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Panama

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Lester Adams papers

 Collection
Identifier: GTM -920101
Collection-level scope and contents note The Lester Adams Papers primarily consist of the official papers and ephemera of Captain Lester Adams, who was part of the U.S. Medical Corps during World War I stationed in the Panama Canal Zone. The papers are arranged in 19 folders and housed in 1 box.The Lester Adams Papers cover Adams' brief service in the Medical Reserve Corps, mainly consisting of military orders, ephemera, and a few photographs. Among Adams' official correspondence are a telegram from Surgeon General William...

Alfaro Family papers

 Collection
Identifier: GTM-GAMMS121
Collection-level scope and content note The Alfaro Family Papers consist of three series as follows: 1. Alfaro Family Series (Box 1, 31 folders): Consists of correspondence received/sent/about various family members, as well as autograph/printed ephemera relating to them. Notable items in this series include material pertaining to Amelia Lyons de Alfaro, consisting of correspondence to friend Jeannette T. Blum; an accounts book 1905-1973; and a record of lists of books read, acquaintances, places visited (1899 to 1960's);...

Miles P. DuVal, Jr. papers

 Collection
Identifier: GTM-761124
Scope and Contents Note The Miles P. DuVal Papers comprise the personal papers of Miles P. DuVal (1896-1989), an American naval officer who was an expert on the Panama Canal. The bulk of the collection consists of files maintained by DuVal about the Panama Canal, including correspondence, subject files, and manuscripts. Many of the manuscripts were written by DuVal while some were written by other individuals. Some attention is given to DuVal's navy career. DuVal's journals are also present. The collection...

Earl Harding papers

 Collection
Identifier: GTM-630703
Scope and Contents The Earl Harding papers consist of correspondence and other manuscript records, government documents, other published material, and photographs pertaining to the Revolution in Panama of 1903, American involvement in the Canal Zone, and the libel suit brought by Theodore Roosevelt against the editors of "The World," including Joseph Pulitzer. Earl Harding was stationed in Panama from 1909 to 1910, as a reporter for "The World." Note: Click on "External Documents" below for a link to the...

Phillip Harman papers

 Collection
Identifier: GTM-080814
Scope and Contents Note The Phillip Harman Papers comprise the extensive personal papers of Phillip Harman, who worked for U.S. non-profit organizations opposed to the Panama Canal Treaties in the 1970s which transferred control of the Panama Canal and the Canal Zone from the United States to the nation of Panama, effective in the year 2000.Over the years, Harman amassed large amounts of materials documenting his efforts to oppose the Panama Canal Treaties. Information about U.S. Congressional bills,...

Peter Krogh television program files

 Collection — Box 1-5
Identifier: GTM-091101
Collection-level Scope and Contents note 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 Association and Georgetown...

"Panama Hattie" collection

 Collection
Identifier: GTM-171129
Scope and Contents Note The "Panama Hattie" collection contains a screenplay for the film "Panama Hattie" and a typescript of the play by that same name. Dated July 10, 1941, the screenplay was actor Dan Dailey's personal copy. The screenplay is 117 pages long. Deriving from State Fair Musicals in 1954, the typescript includes several pencil sketches among the pages.