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Diplomacy

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:

Samuel D. Berger papers

 Collection
Identifier: GTM-861215
Scope and Contents The Samuel D. Berger Papers consist of 1 box (1.5 linear feet) and 1 oversize box of correspondence, manuscript material, photographs, and miscellany pertaining to Mr. Berger's concern with the study of labor unions and his years in the U.S. Foreign Service. The collection offers an interesting look at Berger's career in the Foreign Service, from his college days to his service in Vietnam, as well as glimpses into the affairs of the countries in which he served.Among the...

Robert S. Chilton, Jr. papers 1

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS120
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Robert S. Chilton, Jr. Papers are a collection of 300 letters, dated mostly between 1897 and 1901, written by Robert S. Chilton, Jr., chief of the U.S. Consular Bureau of the State Department from 1895 until 1905. Chilton wrote eight of the letters, and 292 letters were written to him. Amounting to one box of material (0.5 linear feet), the letters shed light on the issues facing the U.S. consular service at the turn of the twentieth century, when America was in the midst of acquiring an...

Alvin J. Cottrell papers

 Collection
Identifier: GTM-840611
Scope and Contents Papers of Middle East scholar Dr. Alvin J. Cottrell (1924-1983), consisting of correspondence from U.S. and Iranian officials, including Alexander Haig, Henry Kissinger, J. William Middendorf, Ronald Reagan, Assadollah Alam, and Ardeshir Zahedi. Other correspondents include C. Edmund Bosworth, Keith McLachlan, Roger Savory, and Malcolm Yapp. Contains files relating to publication of Cottrell's edited work "The Persian Gulf States: A General Survey" (1978).

Richard T. Crane papers 1

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Identifier: GTM-800320
Scope and Contents note The Richard T. Crane Papers are divided into three series: the State Department Series (1915-1919), the Prague Series (1919-1922), and the Virginia Series (1922-1951), corresponding, respectively, to Richard Crane's years as private secretary to Secretary of State Robert Lansing; as the American ambassador to Czechoslovakia; and finally, as the owner of Westover Plantation in Virginia. There is also a quantity of photographs and other materials, filed separately.

Taraknath Das papers

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Identifier: GTM-801201
Collection-level scope and contents note The Taraknath Das Papers are contained in the John J. Meng Papers. Other papers from the Taraknath Das Foundation, as well as correspondence between Meng and Das, are also located in the Meng papers. Material in this collection span the years 1932 to 1940 and relate to Das' work "Indien in der Weltpolitick." Manuscripts for articles and papers by Das are included.

Samuel Ebling papers

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Identifier: GTM-830120
Scope and Contents Certificates of U.S. Department of State consular appointments signed by various U.S. secretaries of state, as well as presidents of U.S. and other countries. Post and date of appointment noted. Arranged by document signatory.

Cornelius Van H. Engert papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS169
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Cornelius Van H. Engert Papers consist of correspondence, reports, photographs and printed materials created or collected by Cornelius Van Hemert Engert during and after his career as a U.S. diplomat from 1912 to 1945. The Papers comprise 18 linear feet of material, contained in 12 boxes, arranged in 930 folders. The collection is divided into 16 series, mainly according to the geographical assignments held by Engert at various times during his diplomatic career. The series focussing on...

Raymond L. Garthoff papers

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Identifier: GTM-130104
Collection level scope/content note This collection reflects Garthoff’s lifelong interest in the intelligence community and the Cold War. The bulk of the collection is newsprint or copies of news articles, and scholarly articles and copies of books on intelligence topics, frequently with marginalia and comments by Garthoff. While some sources are in Russian, the majority of the collection is in English. The collection is divided into two series, one comprised of intelligence coverage in news sources from 1943 to 2010, and the...

Tomás Herrán papers

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Identifier: GTM-000005
Scope and Contents The Tomas Herran papers contain correspondence, cables, letter books, and related material dealing primarily with Colombian-U.S. relations in the period leading up to and just after the negotiation of the Hay-Herran Treaty (1903). The documents also concern Herran's duties as minister to the United States. Printed material deals largely with the Panama Canal and the Hay-Herran Treaty. Note: Click on "External Documents" below for a link to the finding aid for the collection.

Hinckley-Werlich Family papers

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Identifier: GTM-801103
Scope and Contents Papers pertaining to the family of Gladys Hinckley Werlich (1891 - 1976), Washington society matron, consisting of correspondence, diaries/journals, financial accounts, sundry manuscripts, documents, photographs, and newspaper clippings. The papers are divided into seven series, consisting of the papers of McCeney Werlich (1892 - 1936), foreign service officer; Robert Hinckley (1853 - 1941), portrait painter; Thomas Hinckley (1888 - 1918), foreign service officer; Robert O'Donnell...

Robert F. Kelley papers

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Identifier: GTM-770901
Scope and contents note The Robert F. Kelley Papers document relations between the United States and the Soviet Union during World War II and the Cold War period to 1975. Included are articles and addresses by Kelley on this topic.

Hamilton King papers

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Identifier: GTM-730905
Scope and Contents The Hamilton King papers comprise the personal papers of Hamilton King, the U.S. minister resident and consul general (1898-1903) and envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary (1903-1912) to Thailand (then Siam). The collection includes much correspondence relating to diplomatic matters. An important supplement is the lengthy series of diaries kept by King's wife from 1898 to 1915, which provide a detailed view of diplomatic life in Siam at the time.The Hamilton King Papers...

Cecil B. Lyon papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS147
Scope and Contents note The Cecil B. Lyon Papers comprise a rich life-time's record of a career in the American Foreign Service. Moreover, the collection is replete with letters by and about almost everyone in the field; a list of the colleagues and acquaintances of Amb. Lyon would read like a "Who's Who" of the Foreign Service (cf. Index at the end of this finding aid).The material has been organized into thirteen series, the first five of which consist of correspondence (alphabetical; carbons;...

George C. McGhee papers

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Identifier: GTM-790724
Scope and Contents note Papers of former U.S. ambassador George C. McGhee.

Armin Meyer papers

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Identifier: GTM-061208
Scope and Contents note This collection is divided into six series. The first contains materials from Meyer’s pre-Ambassadorial career. The second, third, and fourth series are devoted to Meyer’s service as Ambassador in Lebanon, Iran, and Japan, respectively. The fifth series pertains to Meyer’s post-Ambassadorial career. The final series contains all photographic materials from the collection. The first series includes monthly summary reports from Meyer’s OWI offices in Cairo and Baghdad, as well as his...

Charles Pergler papers

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Identifier: GTM-000004
Scope and Contents note The Charles Pergler Papers comprise 1.5 linear feet of material consisting of correspondence, legal documents, clippings, ephemera, diaries and other materials arranged in 39 folders in 1 box.

Selwa Roosevelt papers

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Identifier: GTM-981201
Scope and Contents note Collection primarily of photographs of state occasions and visits organized by Selwa Roosevelt as U.S. Chief of Protocol. A generous accumulation of formal invitation cards is included, as well as souvenir programs for events.

George S. Roper, Sr. papers

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Identifier: GTM-830125
Scope and Contents The George S. Roper, Sr. papers consist of correspondence, reports, and memoranda concerning his positions as Chief of the Air Transport Section and Civil Air Attache at the State Department. The material documents the development of international civil aviation, concentrating on commercial travel, military air transport, international agreements, and air route networks. Also included are lecture notes from a course on air transport, given by Roper at Georgetown University. Note: Click on...