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Lester Bernstein papers

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Identifier: GTM-860501
Scope and Contents note The Lester Bernstein Papers consist of a diary written by Bernstein from July 21 to December 31 1899, part of the period in which he worked for the Isthmian Canal Commission (ICC). The remaining materials are lists pertaining to the hiring and placement of local men to work for the ICC. Lester Bernstein was one of the men sent to Nicaragua to survey for canals. From his diary it can be discerned that he hired, supervised, and distributed the native workmen, helped build and/or...
Dates: 1899 July-December

Michel Chevalier papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS108
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The material in this collection reflects the consultation Michel Chevalier was requesting from a Minister, probably in Paris or a nearby capital, as to how he should approach Chamorro. This Minister was probably a Central American diplomat in Europe, possibly Peralta. The letter which Chevalier eventually sent to Chamorro is also in the collection. It seems clear that Chevalier's claims were so weak by the time of this correspondence that he would not receive his concession, which was...
Dates: 1863-1876

Peter Krogh Television Program Files

 Collection
Identifier: GTM-091101
Scope and Contents This collection contains background/research material in the form of copies of news articles, papers and reports for the topics of two PBS television series on U.S. foreign affairs, moderated from 1980 to 2005 by Peter Krogh, Dean, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University. The series were: "American Interests," and "Great Decisions" (also known as "World Beat: Great Decisions in Foreign Policy"). The latter was a collaboration of the Foreign Policy...
Dates: 1981 - 2018; Majority of material found within 1981-1991