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The Resource Bulletin of the Pan American Union. Vol. LXXII. [July-December, 1938.]., (electronic resource)

Bulletin of the Pan American Union. Vol. LXXII. [July-December, 1938.]., (electronic resource)

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Bulletin of the Pan American Union. Vol. LXXII. [July-December, 1938.].
Title
Bulletin of the Pan American Union. Vol. LXXII. [July-December, 1938.].
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Language
eng
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Readex
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federal national government publication
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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United States
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1888-1976
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  • Alfaro, Rogelio E
  • Barbour, Thomas
  • Barrenechea, Raul Porras
  • Berruti, Jose J
  • Boniffatty, Emilia Barcia
  • Cabrera Leyva, Orlando
  • Caceres, Julian R
  • Casto, E. Ray
  • Cezar, Filiberto de Oliveira
  • Coester, Alfred
  • D'Eca, Raul
  • De Lara, Mario
  • Diaz Villamil, Antonio
  • Dotson, Oscar W
  • Echecopar H. Carlos
  • Fleiuss, Max
  • Gaw, Esther Allen
  • Goetz, Delia
  • Gomez Restrepo, Antonio
  • Greig, Alexander
  • Hatvany, Antonia
  • Huneeus, Sergio
  • Jerez, Victor
  • Lanks, Herbert C
  • Leavitt, Sturgis E.
  • Mayers, H.W.D
  • Merchan, Edmundo
  • Mistral, Gabriela
  • Navarro, Antonio Esteban
  • Owen, Eugene D
  • Parran, Thomas
  • Shaw, Harry
  • Soares, Alvaro Tiexeira
  • Sousa-Leao, Joaquim de
  • Tercero, Jose
  • Valdivieso, Julia P. de Guzman
  • Zier, Julian G
  • Pan American Union
Series statement
  • United States congressional serial set;
  • House document / 75th Congress, 2nd session. House
Series volume
  • serial set no. 10221
  • no. 453, pt. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 & 12
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  • Baldomir, Alfredo
  • Barrett, John
  • Busch, German
  • Canas, Jose Simeon
  • Estigarribia, Jose Felix
  • Leguizamon, Hector Diaz
  • Peynado, Jacinto B.,
  • Santos, Eduardo
  • Sarmiento, Domingo Faustino
  • Amateur Athletic Union of the United States
  • Atlantis (Ship)
  • Brazilian Institute of Geography
  • Guarani Indians
  • Inter-American Travel Congress
  • John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
  • Marine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole MA)
  • Museum of Fine Arts (Caracas, Venezuela)
  • Pan American Union
  • University of Chile
  • International American Conference
  • International Congress on the Teaching of Ibero-American Literature
  • Pan American Sanitary Conference
  • Agriculture
  • Basketball
  • Boundaries
  • Business
  • Conferences
  • Culture
  • Economic conditions
  • Education
  • Exports
  • Folklore
  • Foreign investment
  • Foreign laws
  • Foreign trade
  • Imports
  • Indian culture
  • International cooperation
  • International relations
  • Iron and steel industry
  • Iron
  • Kindergarten
  • Labor laws and legislation
  • Libraries
  • Literature
  • Minimum wage
  • Museums
  • Music
  • Nursery schools
  • Oceanography
  • Poetry
  • Ports of entry
  • Public health
  • Scholarships
  • Special days, weeks, months, years
  • Speeches, addresses, etc
  • Sports
  • Steel
  • Tourism and tourists
  • Transcontinental highways
  • Treaties
  • Universities and colleges
  • Waterworks
  • Women's rights
  • Authors
  • Foreign leaders
  • Historians
  • Poets
  • Argentina
  • Bogota, Colombia
  • Bolivia
  • Brazil
  • Chile
  • Colombia
  • Costa Rica
  • Cuba
  • Dominican Republic
  • Ecuador
  • El Salvador
  • Guatemala
  • Haiti
  • Honduras
  • Lima, Peru
  • Mexico
  • Michoacan (State), Mexico
  • Nicaragua
  • Ouro Preto, Brazil
  • Pan American Highway
  • Panama
  • Paraguay
  • Peru
  • Uruguay
  • Venezuela
  • Villavicencio, Colombia
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Bulletin of the Pan American Union. Vol. LXXII. [July-December, 1938.]., (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Publication contains discontinuous pagination
  • Pagination continues from preceding publication, after prefatory material, at p. 377
  • Table of contents (No. 7) follows four pages after Title page
  • No. 7 (July, 1938), p. 377
  • Some modern Brazilian poets, by Raul D'Eca, p. 381
  • Building commercial peace, by A. Hatvany, p. 387
  • The Cuban cruise of the Atlantis, by Thomas Barbour, p. 394
  • A letter from Michoacan, by Delia Goetz, p. 396
  • Minimum wage legislation in Latin America (Part II), by Eugene D. Owen, p. 406
  • The new Bogota waterworks, by Edmundo Merchan, p. 415
  • Table of contents (No. 8) follows three pages after p. 436
  • No. 8 (August, 1938) follows four pages after p. 436
  • Bogota, 1538-1938, by Antonio Gomez Restrepo, p. 437
  • Brazilian historians, by A. Teixeira Soares, p. 456
  • The civil and political status of women in Peru, by Carlos Echecopar H, p. 462
  • First Inter-American Travel Congress, by Jose Tercero, p. 465
  • Table of contents (No. 9) follows three pages after p. 496
  • No. 9 (September, 1938), p. 497
  • Sarmiento, by Jose J. Berruti, p. 505
  • The University of Chile and its summer school, by Esther Allen Gaw, p. 512
  • A United States basketball team tours South America, by Harry Shaw, p. 519
  • The Lincoln of Central America, Father Jose Simeon Canas, 1767-1838, by Victor Jerez, p. 524
  • Hector Diaz Leguizamon, by Sergio Huneeus, p. 527
  • The Americas accept an invitation, by Rogelio E. Alfaro, p. 528
  • Table of contents (No. 10) follows three pages after p. 556
  • No. 10 (October, 1938), p. 557
  • The Brazilian Historical and Geographical Institute; a well spent century, by Max Fleiuss, p. 557
  • Farewell to the children of Brazil, by Gabriela Mistral, p. 568
  • United States trade with Latin America, fiscal year 1937-38, by Julian G. Zier, p. 571
  • Santos -- busy seaport and nature's fairyland, by Alexander S. Greig, p. 574
  • Up and down in Valparaiso, by Orlando Cabrera Leyva, p. 582
  • Legends of my land: The sacred emerald, by Antonio Diaz Villamil, p. 584
  • The story of iron and steel in Brazil, by H.W.D. Mayers, p. 590
  • The first International Congress on the Teaching of Ibero-American Literature, by Sturgis E. Leavitt, p. 600
  • Villavicencio, an Argentine spa, by Antonio Esteban Navarro, p. 604
  • Table of contents (No. 11) follows three pages after p. 616
  • No. 11 (November, 1938), p. 617
  • Ouro Preto, Brazil, by Joaquim de Sousa Leao, p. 623
  • The centenary of the independence of Honduras, by Julian R. Caceres, p. 632
  • Nursery schools in Peru, by Emilia Barcia Boniffatty, p. 637
  • Legends of the Guarani Indians, by Filiberto de Oliveira Cezar, p. 642
  • Native rhythms in Venezuela, by Mario de Lara, p. 646
  • Fifty-two Latin American ports, by E. Ray Casto and Oscar W. Dotson, p. 650
  • Visit Bolivia, by Julia P. de Guzman Valdivieso, p. 652
  • Table of contents (No. 12) follows three pages after p. 676
  • No. 12 (December, 1938), p. 677
  • Lima, by Raul Porras Barrenechea, p. 677
  • The tenth Pan American Sanitary Conference, by Thomas Parran, p. 688
  • John Barrett, 1866-1938, p. 695
  • The Americas at a glance, by Julian G. Zier, p. 698
  • The Inter-American Highway, by Herbert C. Lanks, p. 700
  • The Bogota quadricentennial, by Alfred Coester, p. 718
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000243284
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)11D7FD9D9750A890
Terms governing use
©2008 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved
Label
Bulletin of the Pan American Union. Vol. LXXII. [July-December, 1938.]., (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Publication contains discontinuous pagination
  • Pagination continues from preceding publication, after prefatory material, at p. 377
  • Table of contents (No. 7) follows four pages after Title page
  • No. 7 (July, 1938), p. 377
  • Some modern Brazilian poets, by Raul D'Eca, p. 381
  • Building commercial peace, by A. Hatvany, p. 387
  • The Cuban cruise of the Atlantis, by Thomas Barbour, p. 394
  • A letter from Michoacan, by Delia Goetz, p. 396
  • Minimum wage legislation in Latin America (Part II), by Eugene D. Owen, p. 406
  • The new Bogota waterworks, by Edmundo Merchan, p. 415
  • Table of contents (No. 8) follows three pages after p. 436
  • No. 8 (August, 1938) follows four pages after p. 436
  • Bogota, 1538-1938, by Antonio Gomez Restrepo, p. 437
  • Brazilian historians, by A. Teixeira Soares, p. 456
  • The civil and political status of women in Peru, by Carlos Echecopar H, p. 462
  • First Inter-American Travel Congress, by Jose Tercero, p. 465
  • Table of contents (No. 9) follows three pages after p. 496
  • No. 9 (September, 1938), p. 497
  • Sarmiento, by Jose J. Berruti, p. 505
  • The University of Chile and its summer school, by Esther Allen Gaw, p. 512
  • A United States basketball team tours South America, by Harry Shaw, p. 519
  • The Lincoln of Central America, Father Jose Simeon Canas, 1767-1838, by Victor Jerez, p. 524
  • Hector Diaz Leguizamon, by Sergio Huneeus, p. 527
  • The Americas accept an invitation, by Rogelio E. Alfaro, p. 528
  • Table of contents (No. 10) follows three pages after p. 556
  • No. 10 (October, 1938), p. 557
  • The Brazilian Historical and Geographical Institute; a well spent century, by Max Fleiuss, p. 557
  • Farewell to the children of Brazil, by Gabriela Mistral, p. 568
  • United States trade with Latin America, fiscal year 1937-38, by Julian G. Zier, p. 571
  • Santos -- busy seaport and nature's fairyland, by Alexander S. Greig, p. 574
  • Up and down in Valparaiso, by Orlando Cabrera Leyva, p. 582
  • Legends of my land: The sacred emerald, by Antonio Diaz Villamil, p. 584
  • The story of iron and steel in Brazil, by H.W.D. Mayers, p. 590
  • The first International Congress on the Teaching of Ibero-American Literature, by Sturgis E. Leavitt, p. 600
  • Villavicencio, an Argentine spa, by Antonio Esteban Navarro, p. 604
  • Table of contents (No. 11) follows three pages after p. 616
  • No. 11 (November, 1938), p. 617
  • Ouro Preto, Brazil, by Joaquim de Sousa Leao, p. 623
  • The centenary of the independence of Honduras, by Julian R. Caceres, p. 632
  • Nursery schools in Peru, by Emilia Barcia Boniffatty, p. 637
  • Legends of the Guarani Indians, by Filiberto de Oliveira Cezar, p. 642
  • Native rhythms in Venezuela, by Mario de Lara, p. 646
  • Fifty-two Latin American ports, by E. Ray Casto and Oscar W. Dotson, p. 650
  • Visit Bolivia, by Julia P. de Guzman Valdivieso, p. 652
  • Table of contents (No. 12) follows three pages after p. 676
  • No. 12 (December, 1938), p. 677
  • Lima, by Raul Porras Barrenechea, p. 677
  • The tenth Pan American Sanitary Conference, by Thomas Parran, p. 688
  • John Barrett, 1866-1938, p. 695
  • The Americas at a glance, by Julian G. Zier, p. 698
  • The Inter-American Highway, by Herbert C. Lanks, p. 700
  • The Bogota quadricentennial, by Alfred Coester, p. 718
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000243284
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)11D7FD9D9750A890
Terms governing use
©2008 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved

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