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The Resource Bulletin of Pan American Union. [Volume LXXVI. January-June 1942.]., (electronic resource)

Bulletin of Pan American Union. [Volume LXXVI. January-June 1942.]., (electronic resource)

Label
Bulletin of Pan American Union. [Volume LXXVI. January-June 1942.].
Title
Bulletin of Pan American Union. [Volume LXXVI. January-June 1942.].
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
Readex
Government publication
federal national government publication
Index
no index present
Language note
  • English
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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United States
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  • Alvim, Jose Augusto Cesario
  • Bardin, James C
  • Bressman, E.N.,
  • Cannon, Mary
  • Crist, Raymond E
  • Da Costa, Didio I.A
  • De Gonzalez, Elena Mederos
  • Greenwood, Hugh Allison
  • Higbee, Edward Counselman
  • Kelemen, Pal
  • Lanks, Herbert C
  • Lupien, Alfred L
  • Medina, Jose
  • Newhall, Beatrice
  • Pedrosa, Mario
  • Peet, J. Doddridge
  • Pierce, F. Lamont
  • Rivera, Rudolfo A
  • Rowe, L.S.,
  • Sedgwick, Ruth
  • Tercero, Dorothy M
  • Turbay, Gabriel
  • Zier, Julian G
  • Pan American Union
Series statement
  • United States congressional serial set;
  • House document / 77th Congress, 2nd session. House
Series volume
  • serial set no. 10739
  • no. 555, pt. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Abreu, Marta
  • Aguirre Cerda, Pedro
  • Arguello, Mariano
  • De la Cruz, Juan Ines
  • De la Guardia, Ricardo Adolfo
  • Guachalla, Luis Fernando
  • Jaen Guardia, Ernesto
  • Orellana, Francisco de
  • Padilla, Ezequiel
  • Pizarro, Gonzalo
  • Portinari, Candido
  • Rios, Juan Antonio
  • Velazquez, Celso R
  • Inter-American Defense Board
  • Inter-American Travel Congress
  • Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the American Republics
  • Pan American Union
  • University of Chile
  • Inter-American Conference on Agriculture
  • Agriculture
  • Artists
  • Boundaries
  • Business
  • Coffee industry
  • Conferences
  • Culture
  • Discovery and exploration
  • Economic conditions
  • Economic development
  • Education
  • Exhibitions
  • Exports
  • Foreign trade
  • Imports
  • Indian art
  • Insect pests
  • International relations
  • Language and languages
  • Libraries
  • Mines and mineral resources
  • Mountains
  • Music
  • Organ (musical instrument)
  • Pan American Day
  • Pest control
  • Plants (Botany)
  • Postage stamps
  • Rivers, creeks, streams, etc
  • Silver
  • Social policy
  • Songs
  • Spanish language
  • Tourism and tourists
  • Treaties
  • Universities and colleges
  • Women's employment
  • World War II (1939-1945)
  • Ambassadors and diplomats
  • Foreign leaders
  • Description and travel
  • Amazon River (Brazil)
  • Argentina
  • Bolivia
  • Brazil
  • Chile
  • Colombia
  • Costa Rica
  • Cuba
  • Dominican Republic
  • Ecuador
  • El Salvador
  • Guatemala
  • Haiti
  • Honduras
  • Mexico
  • Nicaragua
  • Panama
  • Paraguay
  • Peru
  • San Francisco, California
  • Timotes, Venezuela
  • Uruguay
  • Venezuela
Label
Bulletin of Pan American Union. [Volume LXXVI. January-June 1942.]., (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Table of contents (No. 1) follows two pages after Title page
  • No. 1 (January 1942), p. 1
  • Fourth centenary of the discovery of the Amazon, by Didio I.A. da Costa, p. 1
  • Pedro Aguirre Cerda, president of Chile -- in memoriam, p. 15
  • Exhibit of Latin American silver at the Pan American Union, by Mrs. Hugh Allison Greenwood, p. 18
  • Women of the Americas: IV. Marta Abreu, Cuba, by Elena Mederos de Gonzalez, p. 32
  • Calling all broadcasters -- personal names, Spanish style, by Dorothy M. Tercero, p. 35
  • The municipal library of Sao Paulo, by Rudolfo A. Rivera, p. 40
  • Spanish page -- De Medellin a Bogota, by Jose Medina, p. 45
  • Table of contents (No. 2) follows three pages after p. 60
  • Projects in Inter-American agricultural cooperation, by E.N. Bressman, p. 63
  • By automobile from the Caribbean to the Strait of Magellan, by Herbert C. Lanks, p. 74
  • Some aspects of recent social legislation in Latin America, p. 83
  • Presenting Cuba, our good neighbor, by Alfred L. Lupien, p. 91
  • New industries in Latin America, by Dorothy M. Tercero, p. 95
  • Mineral resources and products on stamps of the American republics, by Beatrice Newhall, p. 109
  • Table of contents (No. 3) follows three pages after p. 120
  • No. 3 (March 1942), p. 121
  • Church organs in colonial Mexico, by Pal Kelemen, p. 121
  • A geograhic traverse across the eastern and central cordilleras of Colombia, by Raymond E. Crist, p. 132
  • Ricardo Adolfo de la Guardia, president of Panama, p. 145
  • Women workers in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay, by Mary Cannon, p. 148
  • Ernesto Jaen Guardia, new ambassador of Panama to the United States, p. 155
  • Latin American foreign trade in 1940, by Julian G. Zier, p. 157
  • Second Inter-American Travel Congress, p. 162
  • Portuguese page: O velho humanismo Latino e o novo humanismo Americano, by Jose Augusto Cesario Alvim, p. 166
  • Table of contents (No. 4) follows three pages after p. 180
  • No. 4 (April 1942), p. 181
  • The third meeting of Minsters of Foreign Affairs of the American Republics, by L.S. Rowe, p. 181
  • A song from Sor Juana, by James C. Bardin, p. 195
  • Portinari -- from Brodowski to the Library of Congress (Part I), by Mario Pedrosa, p. 199
  • Why not learn Portuguese? by F. Lamont Pierce, p. 212
  • Status of the Pan American treaties and conventions, p. 218
  • The Americas and the war, p. 224
  • Table of contents (No. 5) follows three pages after p. 240
  • No. 5 (May 1942), p. 241
  • Settlement of the Ecuador-Peru boundary dispute, p. 241
  • Governing Board honors the minister of foreign affairs of Nicaragua, p. 244
  • Women workers in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay (Part II), by Mary Cannon, p. 246
  • Insecticidal plants in the Americas, by E.C. Higbee, p. 252
  • Portinari -- from Brodowski to the Library of Congress (Part II), by Mario Pedrosa, p. 258
  • A coffee planter in Costa Rica, by J. Doddridge Peet, p. 266
  • The summer school of the University of Chile, by Ruth Sedgwick, p. 271
  • The Americas and the war (Part II), p. 273
  • Table of contents (No. 6) follows three pages after p. 300
  • No. 6 (June 1942), p. 301
  • Timotes, Venezuela, by Raymond E. Crist, p. 301
  • Juan Antonio Rios, president of the Republic of Chile, p. 311
  • Visit to Washington of the Mexican secretary of foreign affairs, p. 313
  • Pan American Day in Washington, p. 317
  • San Francisco acclaims Pan American Day, by Aubrey Drury, p. 320
  • The Atlantic Charter, by Gabriel Turbay, p. 324
  • Luis Fernando Guachalla, first ambassador of Bolivia in Washington, p. 328
  • Celso R. Velazquez, first ambassador of Paraguay in Washington, p. 330
  • Second Inter-American Conference of Agriculture, p. 332
  • First meeting of the Inter-American Defense Board, p. 335
  • Summer study courses in Cuba, Mexico, and Costa Rica, p. 341
  • The Americas and the war (Part III), p. 344
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000255597
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
360 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
illustrations, maps, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)11F10178576E7190
Terms governing use
©2008 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved
Label
Bulletin of Pan American Union. [Volume LXXVI. January-June 1942.]., (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Table of contents (No. 1) follows two pages after Title page
  • No. 1 (January 1942), p. 1
  • Fourth centenary of the discovery of the Amazon, by Didio I.A. da Costa, p. 1
  • Pedro Aguirre Cerda, president of Chile -- in memoriam, p. 15
  • Exhibit of Latin American silver at the Pan American Union, by Mrs. Hugh Allison Greenwood, p. 18
  • Women of the Americas: IV. Marta Abreu, Cuba, by Elena Mederos de Gonzalez, p. 32
  • Calling all broadcasters -- personal names, Spanish style, by Dorothy M. Tercero, p. 35
  • The municipal library of Sao Paulo, by Rudolfo A. Rivera, p. 40
  • Spanish page -- De Medellin a Bogota, by Jose Medina, p. 45
  • Table of contents (No. 2) follows three pages after p. 60
  • Projects in Inter-American agricultural cooperation, by E.N. Bressman, p. 63
  • By automobile from the Caribbean to the Strait of Magellan, by Herbert C. Lanks, p. 74
  • Some aspects of recent social legislation in Latin America, p. 83
  • Presenting Cuba, our good neighbor, by Alfred L. Lupien, p. 91
  • New industries in Latin America, by Dorothy M. Tercero, p. 95
  • Mineral resources and products on stamps of the American republics, by Beatrice Newhall, p. 109
  • Table of contents (No. 3) follows three pages after p. 120
  • No. 3 (March 1942), p. 121
  • Church organs in colonial Mexico, by Pal Kelemen, p. 121
  • A geograhic traverse across the eastern and central cordilleras of Colombia, by Raymond E. Crist, p. 132
  • Ricardo Adolfo de la Guardia, president of Panama, p. 145
  • Women workers in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay, by Mary Cannon, p. 148
  • Ernesto Jaen Guardia, new ambassador of Panama to the United States, p. 155
  • Latin American foreign trade in 1940, by Julian G. Zier, p. 157
  • Second Inter-American Travel Congress, p. 162
  • Portuguese page: O velho humanismo Latino e o novo humanismo Americano, by Jose Augusto Cesario Alvim, p. 166
  • Table of contents (No. 4) follows three pages after p. 180
  • No. 4 (April 1942), p. 181
  • The third meeting of Minsters of Foreign Affairs of the American Republics, by L.S. Rowe, p. 181
  • A song from Sor Juana, by James C. Bardin, p. 195
  • Portinari -- from Brodowski to the Library of Congress (Part I), by Mario Pedrosa, p. 199
  • Why not learn Portuguese? by F. Lamont Pierce, p. 212
  • Status of the Pan American treaties and conventions, p. 218
  • The Americas and the war, p. 224
  • Table of contents (No. 5) follows three pages after p. 240
  • No. 5 (May 1942), p. 241
  • Settlement of the Ecuador-Peru boundary dispute, p. 241
  • Governing Board honors the minister of foreign affairs of Nicaragua, p. 244
  • Women workers in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay (Part II), by Mary Cannon, p. 246
  • Insecticidal plants in the Americas, by E.C. Higbee, p. 252
  • Portinari -- from Brodowski to the Library of Congress (Part II), by Mario Pedrosa, p. 258
  • A coffee planter in Costa Rica, by J. Doddridge Peet, p. 266
  • The summer school of the University of Chile, by Ruth Sedgwick, p. 271
  • The Americas and the war (Part II), p. 273
  • Table of contents (No. 6) follows three pages after p. 300
  • No. 6 (June 1942), p. 301
  • Timotes, Venezuela, by Raymond E. Crist, p. 301
  • Juan Antonio Rios, president of the Republic of Chile, p. 311
  • Visit to Washington of the Mexican secretary of foreign affairs, p. 313
  • Pan American Day in Washington, p. 317
  • San Francisco acclaims Pan American Day, by Aubrey Drury, p. 320
  • The Atlantic Charter, by Gabriel Turbay, p. 324
  • Luis Fernando Guachalla, first ambassador of Bolivia in Washington, p. 328
  • Celso R. Velazquez, first ambassador of Paraguay in Washington, p. 330
  • Second Inter-American Conference of Agriculture, p. 332
  • First meeting of the Inter-American Defense Board, p. 335
  • Summer study courses in Cuba, Mexico, and Costa Rica, p. 341
  • The Americas and the war (Part III), p. 344
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000255597
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
360 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
illustrations, maps, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)11F10178576E7190
Terms governing use
©2008 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved

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