6 edition of Despatches from special agents of the Department of State, 1794-1906 found in the catalog.
Despatches from special agents of the Department of State, 1794-1906
United States. Department of State.
General Records of the Department of State. Record Group 59
|Other titles||Dispatches from special agents of the Department of State, 1794-1906|
|Series||National Archives microfilm publications -- microfilm publication M37, National Archives microfilm publications -- microcopy no.M37|
|Contributions||United States. National Archives and Records Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 microfilm reels|
|Number of Pages||23|
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Bayard’s assertion takes on additional significance because during Congress requested only one small Supplemental FRUS Submission. On balance, Bayard’s claim to comprehensiveness stands up to scrutiny. 17 In , the Department received 3, despatches from its legations. Of these, appeared in Foreign Relations, and in Foreign Relations, , comprising just over. Handy book for the aid and instruction of the enlisted men in the Engineer department, United States navy () History of the Bureau of Engineering, Navy Department, during the World War () Hospital Corps of the Navy () Hunting the German Shark, the American Navy in .
Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Restrictions on Access. Box Notes from the British Legation in the US to the Department of State, 26 Oct Aug Box Despatches from Special Agents of the Department of State, 3 April Oct The Department of Foreign Affairs was established by an act of J (1 Stat. 28) and redesignated the Department of State by an act of Septem (1 Stat. 68). It was the agency of the United States created by law to assist the President in the formulation and execution of the Nation's foreign policy, and in the conduct of.
preliminary bulletin on the prevention of smut on oats
The myrrour of the chyrche
Reflection of the hearts
Nuclear and particle physics.
The Transition to Parenthood
An American Heroine in the French Resistance: The Diary and Memoir of Virginia DAlbert-Lake (World War II: the Globa, Human, and Ethical Dimension)
al-A`mal al-kamilah lil-Imam Muhammad `Abduh.
Luton and the hat industry.
THE FINAL THROW (A HAMLYN WHODUNNIT)
Battle of the floods
When the old man died
All about Texas law and kids
Darwin among the machines
Women in the military
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Marks, microfilm publication, Diplomacy, article about, Diplomatic Records: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications, by John H. Hedges, Disarmament, Special Assistance for, records declassified, Despatches from special agents of the Department of State,  Book — 14 p.
; 23 cm. Online. Google Books (Full view) Records of the Department of State relating to political relations between the United States and Chile,  United States. Department of State.
Records of the Department of State Relating to Relations Between the United States and Other American States,microfilm publication, Records of the Department of State Relating to the Internal Affairs of the Dominican Republic,microfilm publication, Miscellaneous Letters of the Department of State 1 Jan Dec Despatches from Special Agents of the Department of State 3 April Oct Notes from the French Legation in the US to the Department of State 7 June March Alexander Hamilton Documents in the Library of Congress.
Full text of "Report on the diplomatic archives of the Department of State, " See other formats. Book — 9 p. ; 23 cm. Online. Google Books (Full view) Despatches from special agents of the Department of State,  United States.
National Archives and Records Administration. Washington [D.C.]: National Archives Trust Fund Board, National Archives and Records Administration, Despatches from United States consuls. Special Collections; State Historical Society; University Archives; Veterinary Medical; More Libraries.
Microfilm of documents in the National Archives, General records of the Department of State, Record group Consists chiefly of record copies of communications from the Dept. of State to special agents and to bearers of despatches in the service of the United States, Dec.
15,to J ; also includes miscellaneous documents. Back to LASER Microforms Note: The main series of Department of State Decimal Files are abbreviated on this page so that the initial phrase, “Records of the Department of State relating to ” is replaced by “Decimal Files” followed by the remainder of each title.
Antigua. An uncataloged guide, Records of the Department of State: Communication from Special Agents, is available in the Special Collections Office.
The guide contains a description of the collection including a list of the special agents, their location, dates of their correspondence, and possibly a brief note on the purpose of the correspondence.
despatches to the Department of State, showing what Cushing was thinking while he wrote. The finished despatches are in the Archives, of course, on microfilm (Gr reels 2 and 3, available tor purchase at $20 a reel).
The Papers also contain the memos to Commodore Foxhall A. Parker, commander of the East India Squadron, and. From tothe records are arranged by type in separate series, generally arranged geographically and thereunder chronologically, of instructions to and despatches from American diplomatic and consular representatives and special agents abroad, notes to and from foreign missions and consuls in the United States, and miscellaneous.
Selections from the letters, despatches and other state papers preserved in the Military Department of the Government of India, by Forrest, George, Sir, ; India. Box Despatches from Special Agents of the Department of State, 3 April Oct Box Notes from the French Legation in the US to the Department of State, 7 June March (Washington, C.
Wendeil, printer, ), also by United States Department of State (page images at HathiTrust) Great Britain. Foreign Office: Documents relative to the European war, comprising orders in Council, cablegrams, correspondence, and speeches delivered in Imperial House of Commons.
Despatches from Special Agents of the Department of State, (Record Group 59). 23 (Benson Coll. holds reels ) Benson: Notes from Miscellaneous Foreign States to the Department of State, 4 (Benson Coll.
holds reels ) Benson: C.I.A. Research Reports, Latin America, 5: FIU: 5: Vanderbilt: 5: UNC: 5: Emory. Department of State Alternative names. Detailed View Similarity Assertions 2 Revision History Sources.
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Venizelos, the Greek Premier, made to Corfu the day before yesterday while on his way to visit Rome, Paris and probably also London in connection, it is believed, with.THE HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE VI SUBDIVISIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE II diplomatic despatches prepared in the Department, and file and preserve book.
3 4 1 Circulars, Dept. of State. THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW.Stanford University. Department of Special Collections and University Archives: referencedIn: Price family.
Price family papers, Stanford University, Hoover Institution Library: creatorOf: United States. Dept. of State. Notes from the Chilean legation in the United States to the Department of State, (inclusive), [microform].