IPR議事録・書簡集明細



Nd-A877
IPR NEWS BULLETIN, ETC., 1925-1949

  Extracts from IPR News Bulletin, vol.3, no2 (July 1947), pp.1-2, 4-5.
  The Research Program of the Institute of Pacific Relations, 1946-1947
    (as of June 30, 1947), pp.1-6.
  List of Documents submitted by National Councils and the International
    Secretariat, at Tenth Conference of the Institute of Pacific Relations,
    in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, on Sept., l947, pp.7-l1.
  Extracts from IPR News Bulletin, vol.A, no.1 (May 1948), pp1, 8, 12-l3.
  Extracts from IPR News Bulletin, vo1.5, no.1 (May 1949), pp1, 17.
  The Origin and Present Activity of the Institute of Pacific Relations:
    Together with Some Facts regarding the American Council of the
    Institute (New York: Late in 1927), 26pp.
  Extracts from IPR News Bulletin, no vol., no no. (Dec. 1926), pp.1-16.
  Program of the First Conference in Honolulu on June 30 - July 14, 1925,
    20pp.

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Nd-A878
MATERIALS PERTAINING TO ESTABLISHMENT OF IPR ON PERMANENT BASIS, l926-1929

  waitt to Glines, Jan. 11, 1926, with which enclosed were the program of
    the I.P.R., 6pp.; exhibit A, 1p.; exhibit B, 4pp.
  B.L. to E.C.C., July 29, 1929, with which enclosed were minutes of the
    meeting of the American I.P.R. in Atlantic City on Sept. 21, 1924, 4pp.
  Statement concerning the I.P.R., 1926(?), 4pp.
  Carter to Blakeslee, Mar. 8, 1927, concerning the first draft of minutes of
    the joint meeting of the Research and Executive Committee on Feb. 22,
    1927, 2pp.; appendix A, 2pp.: appendix B, 2pp.
  Press re1eases of the American I.P.R., May 30, 1925, 3pp.
  Minutes of the Executive Committee in New York City on May 22, 1927, 6pp.
  Carter to Rosenwald, June 23, 1926, concerning reorganization of the
    American I.P.R., 3pp., with which enclosed were minutes and
    recommendation of the Reorganization Committee of the American I.P.R.,
    in New York City on June 23-24, 1926, 2pp.
  Mrs. Carter, "Pacific Affairs in the Light of the Kyoto Conference," an
    address delivered at Washington in 1930, 5pp.
  Memorandum regarding functions of the I.P.R., no date, 1Opp.
  Memorandum concerning the I.P.R. by Stanley a. Hornbeck, to which attached
    were memorandum and letter from Hornbeck to Curtis, July 16, 1927, 4pp.
    and 6pp.
  Extracts from Letters Received from Members, Honolulu, Dec. 26, 1925, 4pp.
  Letters from William Allen White and George H. Blakeslee, Honolulu, Dec.
    28, 29, and 31, 1925, 2pp.
  Letter to Atherton, July 30, 1929, concerning a Y.M.C.A. conference, 1p.
  Chatham House, A Report on the Second Conference of the I.P.R. in Honolulu
    in July 1927, 11pp.
  The Origin and Present Activity of the Institute of Pacific Relations:
    Together with Some Facts regarding the American Council of the
    Institute (Oct. 1930), 8pp.
  Leaflets, Aug. 1929, concerning the I.P.R. and the American I.P.R., 8pp.

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Nd-A879(1)
HONOLULU CONFERENCE (1927) DOCUMENTS: STENOGRAPHERS REPORT 1

  Herbert E. Gregory, "Geography of the Pacific," an address given at a
    general session of the I.P.R. on July l5, 1927, lapp.
  P. H. Buck, "Races of the Pacific," an address delivered at the opening
    session on July 15, 1927, 7pp.
  Sir Frederick Whyte, Opening Statement for the British Group, made at a
    general session of the I.P.R. on July 16, 1927, 8pp.
  F. C. Fisher, "Present Day Prob1ems of the Philippines," an opening
    statement made at a general session of the I.P.R. on July 16, 1927,
    11pp.
  Ray Lyman Wilbur, "An Interpretation of America in Pacific Relations," an
    opening statement made at a general session of the I.P.R. on July 16,
    1927, 8pp.
  David Z. T. Yui, "China and the Pacific Relations During 1925-27," an
    opening statement made at a general session of the I.P.R. on July 16,
    1927, 7pp.
  Masataro sawayanagi, "The General Future of Pacific Relations as Viewed by
    Japan," an opening statement given at a general session of the I.P.R.
    on July 16, 1927, 5pp.
  Helen K. Kim, "Pacific Relations from the Viewpoint of the Korean Group,"
    an opening session made at a general session of the I.P.R. on July 16,
    1927, 4pp.
  Sir Arthur Currie, "Canada and Pacific Relations," an opening statement
    given at a general session of the I.P.R. on July 16, 1927, 8pp.
  F. W. Eggleston, "The Viewpoint of Australia on Pacific Affairs," an
    opening statement given at a general session of the I.P.R. on July 16,
    1927, 7pp.
  Walter Nash, "A New Zealand Outlook on Pacific Affairs," an opening
    statement given at a general session of the I.P.R. on July 16, 1927,
    8pp.
  Lionel Curtis, "British Aspirations and Ideals," an address delivered at a
    general session of the I.P.R. on July 17, 1927, 4pp.
  Carrie Chapman, "Ideals and Aspirations of the United States," an address
    given at a general session of the I.P.R. on July 17, 1927, 5pp.
  Uck Kyum Yu, "Aspirations and Ideals of the Korean People," an address
    given at a general session of the I.P.R. on July 17, 1927, 3pp.
  Nicolas Dizon, "Aspirations of the Filipino People," a paper presented at a
    general session of the I.P.R. on July 17, 1927, 10pp.
  W. H. Cocker, "The Aims and Aspirations of New Zealand," an address given
    at a general session of the I.P.R. on July 17, 1927, 5pp.
  C. H. Currey, "The Aims and Aspirations of Australia," an address presented
    at a general session of the I.P.R. on no date, 3pp.
  Yusuke Tsurumi, "The Ideals and Aspirations of Japan," an address delivered
    at a general session of the I.P.R. on July 17, 1927, 3pp.
  Questions for discussion, July 18, 1927, 1p.
    Subject - Tariff Autonomy in China.
  Round Table no.1, "China's Internal Political Relations," July 18, 1927,
    42pp.
    Chairman - Kenzo Takayanagi: Secretary - Duncan Hall.
  Round Table no.2, "China's External Political Relations," July 18, 1927,
    morning session, 23pp.
    Chairman - Sir Arthur Currie.
  Round Table II, July 18, 1927, evening session, 7pp.
  Meeting of Round Table, Bingham Hall, July 18, 1927, 19pp.
    Chairman - George H. Blakeslee; Secretary - Daniel J. Fleming.
  General Forum held at Bingham Hall on July 18, 1927, 26pp.
    Chairman - Ray Lyman Wilbur.
  Report of Round Table no. I, made to a general Forum on July 18, 1927, lp.
    Subject - Tariff Autonomy in China.
  Report of Round Table no. II, made to a general Forum on July 18, 1927, by
    Sir Arthur Currie, Chairman, 2pp.
    Subject - Tariff Autonomy in China.
  Report of Round Table no. III, made to a general Forum on July 18, 1927,
    3pp.
    Subject - Tariff Autonomy in China.
  Report of Round Table no. IV, July 18, 1927, 2pp.
    Subject - China's External Political Relations.
  "Official Statements on China by the Japanese Government," data paper
    distributed to members on July 18, 1927, 2pp.
  "Trend of Editorial Comment on Problems of China," data paper distributed
    to members on July 25, 1927, 4pp.
  Questions for discussion, July 19, 1927, 1p.
    Subject - Extraterritoriality.
  Memorandum on "Extraterritoriality," for circulaton to members, July 20,
    1927, 2pp.
  Round Table no.1, July 19, 1927, 23pp.
    Subject - China's External Political Relations: Extraterritoriality.
  Round Table no.2, July 19, 1927, 20pp.
     Chairman - Sir Arthur Currie.
  "Principal Chinese Objections," data paper distributed to members on no
    date, 2pp.
  Round Table no.3, "Extraterritoriality," July 19, 1927, morning session,
    12pp.
    Chairman - William H. Kilpatrick.
  Round Table no.3, July 19, 1927, evening session, 11pp.
    Chairman - William H. Kilpatrick.
  Round Table no.4, July 19, 1927, morning session, 15pp.
    Chairman - George H. Blakeslee; Secretary - Daniel J. Fleming.
  Round Table no.4, July 19, 1927, evening session, 7pp.
    Chairman - George H. Blakeslee.
  Questions for discussions, July 18, 1927, 1p.
    Subject - Concessions, Setttlements and Leased Territories.
  Round Table no.1, "China's External Political Relations: Concessions,
    Leases, etc.," July 20, 1927, 13pp.
    Chairman - Kenzo Takayanagi; Secretary - Duncan Hall.
  Round Table no.2, no date, 17pp.
    Chairman - Sir Arthur Currie.
  Round Table no.4, July 20, 1927, l4pp.
    Chairman - George H. Blakeslee: Secretary - Daniel J. Fleming.
  General Forum held at Bingham Hall on July 20, 1927, 16pp.
    Chairman - Ray Lyman Wilbur.
  Report of Round Table no. I, made to a general Forum on July 20, 1927, by
    Kenzo Takayanagi, Chairman, 1p.
    Subject - Tarrif Autonomy in China_
  Report of Round Tables no.1 to 4, made to a general Forum on July 20, l927,
    3pp.
    Subject   Extraterritoriality.
  Report of Round Table no. II, made to a general Forum on July 20, 1927, 1p.
    Subject - Concessions, Settlements and Leased Territories.
  Report of Round Table no. IV, made to a general Forum on July 20, 1927, 1p.
  Report of Round Table no. Ill, made to a general Forum on July 20, 1927,
    by William H. Kilpatrick, Chairman, 1p.
    Subject - Concessions, Settlements and Leased Territories.

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Nd-A879(2)
HONOLULU CONFERENCE (1927) DOCUMENTS: STENOGRAPHERS REPORT 2

  O. S. Lieu, "Some of China's Food and Mineral Resources," data paper
    distributed to members (date published, July 11, 1927), 9pp.
  Walter Nash, "Resources and Possibilities of New Zealand - Food," data
    paper distributed to members (date published, July ?, 1927), l4pp.
  O. E. Baker, "Land Utilization in China," a talk before the China group of
    the Council on Foreign Relations in New York City on March 1927., data
    paper distributed to members (date published, July 19, 1927), 21pp.
  Naomasa Yamasaki, "A Note on the Geographical Distribution of the Density
    of Population, Birth and Death Rates of Japan," data paper distributed
    to members (date published, July 20, 1927), 5pp.
  0. E. Baker, "The Progress of Population," data paper distributed to
    members (date published, July 21, 1927), 8pp.
  G. L. Wood, "Aspects of Australian Population," data paper distributed to
    members (date published, July 21, 1927), 2pp.
  Shiroshi Nasu, "The Problem of Population and Food Supply," data paper
     distributed to members (date published, July 22, 1927), 4pp.
  Questions for discussion, July 21-22, 1927, 2pp.
    Round Table on "Population and Food Supply."
  Carl L. Alsberg, "The Factors that Govern Population Growth," a statement
    made in Round Table on "Food and Population" and distributed to members
    (date published, July 22, 1927), 4pp.
  List of Material Brought by 0. E. Baker relating to Agricultural
    Production, Population and Food Supply, July 20, 1927, 5pp.
  Round Table no.1, "Population and Food Supply," July 21, 1927, Z7pp.
    Chairman - James D. Dole; Secretary - Walter Nash.
  Questions for discussion, July 21, 1927, 1p.
    Round Table on "Mandates."
  Round Table no.2, "Mandates," July 21, 1927, 16pp.
    Chairman - Chen; Secretary - Hunter.
  Hugh C. Tennent, "Samoa and Other South Sea Islands as a Problem of the
    Pacific," July 18, 1927, 8pp.
  William Caldwell, "The International Labour Organisation [Sic] and Labour
    Problems in Mandated Territories," data paper distributed to members on
    July 20, 1927, 2pp.
  F. W. Eggleston, "Data Paper on Mandates: Mandated Territory of New
    Guinea," distributed to members on July 20, 1927, 8pp.
  "The Mandated Territory of Western Samoa," data paper distributed to
    members on July 20, 1927, 6pp.
  A. C. Elkinton, "Memorandum on American Samoa," data paper distributed to
   members (date published, July 25, 1927), 6pp.
  Report to the Membership from Round Table no.2 held July 21, 1927, on
    "Mandates," 1p.
    Chairman - L. T. Chen.
  Questions for discussion, Round Table no.4, July 21, 1927, 1p.
    Subject - International Education for the General Public.
  Fourth Group Round Table Meeting, July 21, 1927, 12pp.
    Chairman - Saito; Secretary - Fisher.
  Fisher,s Notes on Round Table no.4, July 21, 1927, 7pp. [lack of p.5].
  General Forum held at Bingham Hall on July 21, 1927, 17pp.
    Chairman - Ray Lyman Wilbur.
  Round Table no.1, "Population and Food Supply," July 22, 1927, 20pp.
    Chairman  - J. D. Dole; Secretary - Walter Nash.
  Questions for discussion, July 20, 1927, 1p.
    Round Table on "Foreign Missions."
    subject - The Bearing of Missions on Pacific Relations.
  Round Table no.2, "Foreign Missions," July 22, 1927, 13pp.
    Chairman - Duggan; Secretary - Mason.
  T. F. McIlwraith, "Some Secretary Problems from an Anthropological
    viewpoint," data paper distributed to members (date published, July 21,
    1927), 2pp.
  D. J. Fleming, "Suggestions for a Code of Ethics for the Relations between
    Religions," data paper distributed to members (date published, July 21,
    1927), 5pp.
  A Letter from Rabindranath Tagore, for private circulation only, by
    courtesy of G. A. Johnston Ross (date published, July 25, 1927), 1p.
  Round Table Discussion, Group III, "The Bearing of Mssions on Pacific
    Relations," July 22, 1927, 12pp.
     Chairman - Koo.
  Round Table Meeting, Fourth Group, July 22, 1927, 15pp.
    Chairman - Henry S. Pritchett: Secretary - C. A. Bowman.
  General Forum held at Bingham Hall on July 22, 1927, 23pp.
    Chairman - Ray Lyman Wilbur.
  Shiroshi Nasu, "The Population and Food Supply," a statement made in the
    Forum on July 22, 1927, 4pp.
  Questions for discussion and Readings, July 23, 1927, 1p.
    Round Table on "Foreign Investments."
  Round Table no.1, "Foreign Investments," July 23, 1927, morning session,
    l4pp.
    Chairman - Sir Frederick Whyte; Secretary - G. L. Wood.
  Round Table no.1, July 23, 1927, evening session, 19pp.
  D. B. Copland, "Some Political and Economic Effects of International
    Movements of Capital," data paper distributed to members on no date,
    5pp.
  G. L.. Wood, "Australia and Capital Investment," a statement made in the
    Round Table on "Foreign Investments," July 23, 1927, 3pp.
  M. E. Wooley notes, July 23, 1927, "Missions," 5pp.
  Forum on "Foreign Missions" held in Bishop Hall, July 23, 1927, 24pp.
     Chairman - Ray Lyman Wilbur.
  0. S. Lieu, "Some Practical Problems in Industry and Foreign Trade in
    China," (date published, July 11, 1927), 4pp.
  Round Table no.1, "Industrialization," July 25, 1927, 22pp.
    Chairman - Shiroshi Nasu; Secretary - Mabel Cratty.
  R. W. Brock, "Industrialization of Canada," no date, 5pp.
  A. Ishii, "A Brief Review of Japan's Industries," no date, 4pp.

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Nd-A879(3)
HONOLULU CONFERENCE (1927) DOCUMENTS: STENOGRAPHERS REPORT 3

  Round Table no.2, "Industrialization," no date [July 25, 1927], 24pp. [lack
    of p.5].
    Chairman - Eggleston; Secretary - Ryan.
  Unidentified material, pp.7-17.
  "Settlement of International Disputes in Pacific," an analysis prepared by
    H. Duncan Hall (date published, July 25, 1927), 3pp.
  Memorandum on "Naval Disarmament in the Pacific," by F. W. Eggleston, data
    paper circulated to members (date published, July 25, 1927), 4pp.
  Kenzo Takayanagi, "Remarks on the Proposed Draft Treaty of Permanent
    Peace," a statement made at a Forum on July 26, 1927, 4pp.
  General Forum held at Bingham Hall on July 25, 1927, 16pp.
    Chairman - Ray Lyman Wilbur.
  "Australia's Communications with Other Pacific Countries, "contributed by
    the Deputy Postmaster-General of Australis [Sic] data paper
    distributed to members (date published, July 19, 1927), 5pp.
  Manton Davis, "The Radio Situation with Reference to the United States,
    China and Japan, "data paper distributed to members (date published,
    July 19, 1927), 12pp.
  Karl A. Bickel, "The United Press," data paper distributed to members (date
    published, July 20, 1927), 5pp.
  William J. Pape, "Communications," data paper circulated to members on July
    26, 1927, 9pp.
  A. Ishii, "China's Radio Communication Problem," data paper for
    distribution to members on July 26, 1927, 3pp.
  A. L. Dean, "Some Reasons for the Importance attached by Americans to the
    Standard of Living," July 23, 1927, 6pp.
  "Japanese Abroad: According to the Census of Oct. 1, 1925, as given in the
    Abstract of Annual Statistics of Japan, 1926," prepared by the Japanese
    Group, July 25, 1927, 2pp.
  Questions for discussion (date published, July 23, 1927), 2pp.
    Round Table on "Immigration and Emigration."
  Round Table no.1, "Immigration and Emigration," July 26, 1927, sessions
    nos. 1 and 2, 27pp.
    Chairman - Hanna: Secretary- Akagi.
  Round Table no.2, "Immigration and Emigration," July 26, 1927, 22pp.
    Chairman - Kilpatrick; Secretary - Goforth.
  Round Table Discussion no.3, "Emigration and Immigration," July 26, 1927,
    lapp.
  General Forum held at Bingham Hall, July 26, 1927, 26pp.
    Chairman - Ray Lyman Wilbur.
  Round Table no.1, "Immigration and Emigration," July 27, 1927, sessions
    nos. 1 and 2, 24pp.
    Chairman - Hanna: Secretary - Akagi.
  Round Table no.2, JUly 27, 1927, 1st sessions, 7pp.; 2nd seddions 10pp.
    Chairman - Kilpatrick; Secretary - Goforth.
  Round Table Discussion no.3, "Immigration and Emigration," July 27, 1927, 
    15pp.
  Fourth Round Table Meeting held at Bingham Hall, July 27, 1927 11pp.
    Chairman - R. L. Wilbur: Secretary - P. Campbell.
  General Forum held at Bingham Hall, July 27, 1927, 29pp.
    Chairman - Ray Lyman Wilbur.
  Report of Three Parallel Round Tables on "Immigration and Emigration," a
    summary distributed to members at the Forum on July 27, 1927, 2pp.
  Round Table Questions, July 28, 1927, 1p.
  Round Table no.1, "Future Program of the Institute," July 28, 1927, 17pp.
    Chairman - David Z. T. Zui [Sic]; Secretary - Galen Fisher.
  Program committee Announcement: Parallel Round Tables on "The Future of the
    Institute," July 28, 1927, 3pp. [lack of p.2].
  Report from Round Table no.1 on "The Future of the Institute of Pacific
    Relations," held July 28, 1927, 3pp.
  Round Table no.2, "The Future of the Institute," July 28, 1927, 17pp.
    Chairman - Tsurumi; Secretary - Fleming.
  Report of Round Table no. II on "The Future of the Institute of Pacific
    Relations," held on July 28, 1927, 2pp.
  Round Table Discussion no.3, July 28, 1927, 11p.; appendix 4pp.
    Chairman - Kilpatrick.
  Report from Round Table no. III on "The Future of the Institute of Pacific
    Relations," held July 28, 1927, 3pp.
  Fourth Round Table Meeting, July 28, 1927, 27pp.
    Chairman - George Blakeslee: Secretary - Stephen P. Duggan.
  Report from Round Table no. IV on "The Future of the Institute of Pacific
    Relations," on July 28, 1927, 2pp.
  Closing General Forum held at Bishop Hall on July 28, 1927, 29pp.
    Chairman - Ray Lyman Wilbur.
  P. E. Corbett, "Imperial Conference and Dominion Status - A Canadian View,"
    data paper distributed to members on July ?, 1927, 10pp.
  P. E. Corbett, "The British Empire and the League of Nations," data paper
    distributed to members, July 16, 1927, 7pp.
  Memorandum on Pacific Issues underlying the discussions at the First
    Session - 1925, reprinted from "The Inquiry" of Sept. 1925 (date
    published, July 25, 1927), 4pp.
  "The International Labour Organization and Its Contacts with the Countries
    and Problems of the Pacific," communicated to members by William
    Caldwell, 5pp.

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Nd-A880
PACIFIC COUNCIL, 1927, 1929, 1931: MINUTES

    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, July 12, 1927, at the
      residence of F. C. Atherton, 2234, Kamehameha Avenue, Honolulu,
      4pp.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, July 13, 1927, at the
      residence of F. C. Atherton, 2234, Kamehameha Avenue, Honolulu,
      3pp.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, July 19, 1927, Bishop Hall,
      Punahen School, Honolulu, 3pp.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, July 24, 1927, Bishop Hall,
      Punahen School, Honolulu, 3pp.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, July 27, 1927, Bingham Hall,
      Punahen School, Honolulu, 3pp.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, July 29, 1927, Bingham Hall,
      Punahen School, Honolulu, 4pp.
  
  Minutes of Meetings of the Pacific Council, Oct. 23 - Nov. 9, 1929. Nara
  and Kyoto, Japan
    Table of Contents, 1p.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Oct. 23, 1929, Nara Hotel,
      Nara, Japan, 3pp.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Oct. 24, 1929, Nara Hotel,
      Nara, Japan, 4pp.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Oct. 25, 1929, Nara Hotel,
      Nara, Japan, 6pp.
    Preliminary Report of Press Committe, presented to the Pacific
      Council, Oct. 25, 1929, 3pp.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Oct. 26, 1929, Nara Hotel,
      Nara, Japan, 3pp.
    1927 Conference Proceedings: Statement, Nara, Oct. 26, 1929, 1p.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Nov. 4, l929, Miyako Hotel,
      Kyoto, Japan, 4pp.
    Memorandum presented to the Pacific Council by the Filipino Group at
      Kyoto, Nov. 4, l929 (date published, Nov. 5, 1929), 3pp.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Nov. 7, 1929, Miyako Hotel,
      Kyoto, Japan, 5pp.
    1930 Budget, accepted by the Pacific Council, Nov. 7, 1929, 2pp.
    Report of International Research Committee to the Pacific Council, Nov.
      7, 1929, 7pp.
      Appendix A: Data papers, 4pp.
      Appendix B: Statement of Research Receipts and Expenditure, 3pp.
      Appendix C: Estimated Statement of Research Funds, 1p.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Nov. 8, 1929, Miyako Hotel,
      Kyoto, Japan, 6pp.
    Minutes of meeting of the Pacific Council, Nov. 9, 1929, Miyako Hotel,
      Kyoto, Japan, 5pp.
    Index, 3pp.

  Pacific Council Minutes Supplement
    Table of Contents, 1p. 
    Documents on File, 1p.
    Report of Acting General Secretary, 1929-1931 (dated Shanghai, Oct. 12,
      1931), 5pp.
    Biennial Report of the Acting General Secretary to the Pacific Council,
      1929-1931 (dated Honolulu, June 30, 1931), ii + 48 pp.
      Title page, p.i: Table of Contents, p.ii.
      Report of Acting General Secretary, 1929-1931, pp.1-4.
      Report on Research Activities, 1929-1931, pp.5-19.
      Report of the Editorial Department, 1929-1931, pp.20-33.
      Report of Office Manager, 1929-1931, 34-36.
      Library Report, 1929-1931, pp.37-48.
    I.P.R. Financial Reports, 1929-1931, Honolulu, June 30, 1930, 22pp.
    Report of Chairman of Central Advisory Committee: Letter dated
      Honolulu, June 30, 1931, from F. C. Atherton to J. D. Greene, 2pp.
    Report of Chairman of Central Advisory Committee: Letter dated
      Honolulu, Mar. 10, 1930, from F. C. Atherton to J. D. Greene, 3pp.
    Report of Chairman of Central Advisory Committee: Letter dated
      Honolulu, Feb. 14, 1931, from F. C. Atherton to J. D. Greene, 2pp.
    Report of Edward C. Carter to the Acting General Secretary regarding
      the Fourth Conference of Institutions for the Scientific Study of
      International Relations, Copenhagen, June 8 to 10, 1931 (dated New
      York, August 7, 1931), 11p.
    Draft Report of the Pacific Council on the Financial Position of the
      Institute: Report on the Present and Future Position of the
      Institute of Pacific Relations, no date, 4pp.
    Report of the Special Committee on Translation Service to the Pacific
      Council (dated Oct. 15, 1931), 1p.
    Report of the Special Committee on Publications to the Pacific Council
      (dated Nov. 2, 1931), 1p.
    First Draft of Finance Committee Report (dated Oct. 26, 1931), 1p.
    Report of Program Committee (dated Nov. 3, 1931), 4pp.
    Suggested Agenda for a Technical Round Table on Projects Suggested to
      Improve the Educational Functioning of the Institute of Pacific
      Relations, no date, 2pp.
    Report of Sub-Committe of Round Table on Education to the Pacific
      Council (dated Nov. 1, 1931), lp.
    Report on Committee on Cultural Relations [Mrs. Sophia Zen's Committee]
      (dated Oct. 30, 1931), 8pp.
    Supplementary Report on Research (signed by W. L. Holland, Acting
      Research Secretary, and dated Shanghai, Oct. 1O, 1931), 6pp.

  Minutes of Meetings, Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Oct.
  12 - Nov. 3, 1931, Shanghai, China
    Xerograms of the original.
    See the original in the volume of PACIFIC COUNCIL, SHANGHAI 1931, BANFF
      1933: MINUTES (Nd-A881).

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Nd-A881
PACIFIC COUNCIL, SHANGHAI 1931, BANFF 1933: MINUTES

  Minutes of Meetings, Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Oct.
  12 - Nov. 3, 1931, Shanghai, China
    Title page and Table of Contents, 2pp.
    Constitution of the Institute of Pacific Relations, Oct. 13, 1931, 5pp.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Oct. 12, 1931, 9:30 - 11:55
      p.m., Cathay Hotel, Shanghai, China, pp.1-2.
      Annex 1: Press Statement of Jerome D. Greene, p.3.
      Annex 2: Press Release of Oct. 13, p.4.
      Annex 3: Official Statement of Pacific Council, p.5.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Oct. 13, 1931, 11:00 a.m. -
      12:55 p.m. Cathay Hotel, Shanghai, China, pp.6-7.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Oct. 14, 1931, 11:00 a.m. -
      12:30 p.m., Cathay Hotel, Shanghai, China, pp.14-17.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Oct. 14, 1931, 2:45 - 4:05
      p.m., Cathay Hotel, Shanghai, China, pp.18.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Oct. 15, 1931, l0:45 a.m. -
      12:25 p.m., Cathay Hotel, Shanghai, China, pp.19-21.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Oct. 15, 1931, 4:00 - 5:15
      p.m., Cathay Hotel, Shanghai, China, pp.22-23.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Oct. 16, 1931, 10:30 - 11:00
      a.m., Cathay Hotel, Shanghai, China, pp.24-25.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Oct. 16, 1931, 2:00 - 3:30
      p.m., Cathay Hotel, Shanghai, China, pp.26-28.
    General Statement of the Auditors in regard to variations from the
      budgets authorized by the Pacific Council at Kyoto on Nov. 7 and 8,
      1929,  pp.29-31.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Oct. 19, 1931, 11:00 a.m. -
      12:05 p.m., Cathay Hotel, Shanghai, China, pp.32-33.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Oct. 25, 1931, 7:40 - 8:1O
        p.m., Lakeview Hotel, Hangchow, China, p.34.
        Annex 1: Memorandum on Cooperation between the Institute of Pacific
          Relations and the Newly Formed Institute of Pacific Relations
          Group in the U.S.S.R., pp.35-40.
     Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Oct. 28, 1931, 4:00 - 5:10
       p.m., Lakeview Hotel, Hangchow, China, pp.41-41A.
     Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Nov. 1, 1931, 12:45 - 2:38
       p.m., Lakeview Hotel, Hanchow, China, pp.42-42A.
     Prefatory Note of Draftsman of Report for the Consideration of the
       Finance Committee, pp.43-44.
     Finance Committee Minutes, Oct. 29, 1931, 12:45 - 1:55 p.m., Shanghai,
       China, p.45.
     Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Nov. 1, 1931, 5:00 - 6:15
       p.m., Lakeview Hotel, Hangchow, China, pp.46-46A.
     Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Nov. 2, 1931, 1:10 - 1:25
       p.m., Lakeview Hotel, Hangchow, China, pp.47-47A.
     Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Nov. 3, 1931, 11:30 a.m. -
       12:20 p.m., Lakeview Hotel, Hangchow, China, pp.48-49.
     Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Nov. 3, 1931, 3:00 - 5:00
       p.m., Lakeview Hotel, Hangchow, China, pp.50-52.
     Proposed Revenue Budget 1932 and 1933, Oct. 11, 1931, pp.53-58.
     Report of the International Research Committee to the Pacific Council,
       Nov. 2, 1931, pp.59-64.
     Report of Programe Committee, Nov. 3, 1931, pp.65-67.
       Appendix A: Memorandum on the Language Question - by Bruno Lasker
         and F. V. Field, p.67A.
     Index,  pp.68-70.

   Minutes of Meetings, Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Aug.
   7-29, 1933, Banff, Canada
     Title page and Table of Contents, 2pp.
     Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Aug. 7, 1933, 4:00 - 5:42
       p.m., Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, Canada, pp.1-4.
       Annex i: Menbership of Pacific Council and Standing Committees,
         pp.5-6.
     Minutes of meeting of the Pacific Council, Aug. 8, 1933, 3:00 - 5:00
       p.m., Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, Canada, pp.7-8.
     Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Aug. 9, 1933, 3:00 - 4:27
       p.m., Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, Canada, pp.9-12.
       Annex 2: Copy of Resignation of Elizabeth Green, Editor of Pacific
         Affairs, July 25, 1933, p.13.
     Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Aug. 10, 1933, 3:00 - 3:37
       p.m., Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, Canada, p.14.
     Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Aug. 19, 1933, 7:30 - 9:30
       p.m., Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, Canada, pp.15-17.
       Annex 3: Mr. Carter's Acceptance of the Position of Secretary
         General,  pp.18-19.
     Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Aug. 20, 1933, 8:30 - 9:00
       p.m., Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, Canada, p.20.
     Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Aug. 25, 1933, 2:30 - 3:35
       p.m., Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, Canada, pp.21-24.
       Annex 4: Report of the Special Committee on Education, pp.25-26.
     Mninutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Aug. 28, 1933, 9:30 - 11:00
       a.m., Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, Canada, pp.27-28.
       Annex 5: Report of the Subcommittee on Publications, Aug. 26, 1933,
         pp.29-30.
     Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Aug. 29, 1933, 10:30 - 11:15
       p.m., Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, Canada, pp.31-34.
       Annex 6: Report of Pacific Council Reviewing Committee on Finance,
         Aug. 28, 1933, pp.35-39.
       Annex 7: International Research Committee Budget for 1934 and 1935,
         p.40.
       Annex 8: Report of the International Programe Committee, Aug. 29,
         1933,  pp.41-42.
       Annex 9: Report of the International Research Committee, pp.43-46.
         Appendix A: Documents presented to the Banff Conference,
           pp.47-50.
         Appendix B: Progress Reports on Various Projects, pp.51-54.
         Appendix C: Principles of Institute Research Policy, pp.55-56.
     Constitutuion of the Institute of Pacific Relations, Aug. 7, 1933,
       pp.57-61.
     Index,  pp.62-64.

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MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS PERTAINING TO CHINA AND JAPAN COUNCILS, 1933-1944

  Letter from WLH to ECC, in part, dated Jan. 13, 1934, 2pp.
  The Institute's International Research Program, 9pp.
  Memorandum from WLH re Research Grants so far made or definitely to be made
    in addition to those made at Banff, Jan. 17, 1934, 1p.
  ECC from SM (re Wright and Latourette letters), Oct. 30, 1933, 2pp.
  Extract of letter from George Smith to Edward C. Carter, dated Dec. 31,
    1933, 1p.
  General Summary of a meeting held on Jan. 4, 1934, 2pp.
  R. N. Chapman to Carl L. Alsberg, Oct. 26, 1933, 2pp.
  O. F. Goddard to Royal N. Chapman, Dec. 14, 1933, 2pp.
  Cost of Living Data Assembled by the Council of Social Agencies of
    Honolulu, no date, 1p.
  Nils P. Larsen to Royal N. Chapman, Dec. 14, 1933, 1p.
  Family Budgets as Indices of Cultural Change in Hawaii, no date, 2pp.
  Caroline W. Edwards to Royal N. Chapman, Dec. 15, 1933, 1p.
  General Statements re Budgets, no date, 2pp.
  Philip S. Platt to Royal N. Chapman, Dec. 14, 1933, 1p.
  W. L. Holland to Royal N. Chapman, Jan. 11, 1934, 2pp.
  Royal N. Chapman to C. F. Loomis, Feb. 12, 1934, 3pp.
  Extracts of Minutes of American Council Research Conference of Sept. 20,
    1933, 2pp.
  Minutes of a meeting held on Dec. 14, 1933, 1p.
  Interim report to members of the American Research Committee, Jan. 12, 1934,
    3pp.
  Economic Handbook of the Pacific Area, 2pp.
  Table of Contents of Problems of the Pacific, 1933, 2pp.
  List of Institute of Pacific Relations 1934-1935 Publications, 1p.
  Table of Contents of Fifth Biennial Conference, Institute of Pacific
    Relations, Banff, Canada, Aug. 14-28, 1933: Documents, 4pp.
  Escott Reid to E. C. Carter, Jan. 6, 1934, 1p.
  Escott Reid to George C. McDonald, Jan. 6, 1934, 1p.
  Canadian Institute of International Affairs, Minutes of Meeting of Ad Hoc
    Advisory Committee on Institute of Pacific Relations International
    Research Project on Comparative Standards of Living ln Pacific
    Countries, Economic Building, Toronto, Oct. 31, 1933, 4:00 p.m., 2pp.
  Canadian Institute of International Affairs, Supplementary Syllabus of
    Studies, Jan. 6, 1934, 5pp.
  Canadian Institute of International Affairs, Minutes of the Seventh Annual
    Meeting of the Executive Council, Toronto, Feb. 2, 1934, 5pp.
  Canadian Institute of International Affairs, Canadian  Data Papers
    -I.P.R.C.- 1935, Dec. 1, 1933, 1p.
  Canadian Institute of International Affairs, Toronto Branch Study Group on
    Canadian Economic Policies, Proposed Plan of Studies, 1p.
  Canadian Institute of International Affairs, Toronto Branch Study Group on
    Canadian Economic Policies (II), 3pp.
  Canadian Institute of International Affairs, Toronto Branch Study Group on
    Canadian Economic Policies (III), Rates of an Economic Problem of
      Canada, 2pp.
  Questions to be discussed with Japanese Council, Feb. 27, 1934, 4pp.
  Concerning the Japanese Council, Feb. 26, 1934, 1p.
  Japanese Research Committee, Notes of Meeting, Mar. 2, 1934, 4pp.
  Minutes of Japanese Council Meeting, Mar. 3, 1934, 4pp.
  Minutes of Japanese Council Meeting, Mar. 5, 1934, 4pp.
  Samitaro Uramatsu to William L. Holland, Dec. 12, 1934, 1p.
  Informal Memorandum by the Secretary-General of the Institute of Pacific
    Relations, Mar. 26 - Apr. 2, 1934, 2pp.
  Luncheon at Y.M.C.A. Manila, Apr. 2, 1934, 2pp.
  List of China I.P.R. members, Jan. 1934, 2pp.
  Minutes of the China Institute Research Committee Meeting, Mar. 25, 1934,
    1:00 p.m., Tsing Hua Alumni Association, Peiping, 3pp.
   Notes for LYW from ECC, 1p.
  Conversation with Liu, Shanghai, Mar. 20, 1b34, 1p.
  Notes on Canton visit, Apr. 4-5, 1934, 8pp.
  Notes of Interview with Dr. Feng, Director of Bureau of Agriculture and
    Forestry for the Kwangtung Provincial Government, Canton, Apr. 5, 1934,
    2pp.
  Notes of Meeting at the residence of Dr. Kan, Canton, Apr. 5, 1934, 2pp.
  Lingnan Social Research Institute, Chairmans Annual Report (Sept. 1932 -
    Sept. 1933), 3pp.
  Lingnan University, Canton, China, Profress Report of Research Problems on
    the Standard of Living of Kwangtung Villagers, 1p.
  List of books published and on sale by China Institute of Pacific
    Relations,  3pp.

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SECRETARY GENERAL'S VISITS TO MEMBER COUNTRIES, 1933-1934

  Notes on Australian Visit, Banff, 1933, 1p.
  Emily Scott to Carter, Sept. 21, 1933, 2pp.
  Memorandum upon "Land Utilization in Australia," 2pp.
  Edward C. Carter to Escott Reid, Oct. 8, 1934, 1p.
  Canadian Institute of International Affairs, Winnipeg Branch, Secretary's
    Report, 3pp.
  N. W. Powell to E. C. Carter, Jan. 18, 1934, 1p.
  E. J. Tarr to E. C. Carter, Jan. 19, 1934, 1p.
  Canadian Institute of International Affairs, Toronto Branch Study Group on
    on Canadian Economic Policies, Proposed Plan of Studies, Nov. 4, 1933,
    2pp.
  Research in Canada, no date, 1p.
  Escott Reid to E. C. Carter, Feb. 5, 1934, 1p.
  Escott Reid to E. C. Carter, Jan. 6, 1934, 1p.
  Escott Reid to George C. McDonald, Jan. 6, 1934, 1p.
  Canadian Institute of International Affairs, Supplementary Syllabus of
    Studies, 5pp.
  Edward C. Carter to Frederick Clarke, Nov. 21, 1933, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to W. H. Budden, Nov. 20, 1933, 1p.
  W. H. Budden to Edward C. Carter, Nov. 16, 1933, 1p.
  Menorandum from Budden to Carter, Nov. 16, 1933, 2p.
  Edward C. Carter to W. H. Budden, Nov. 9, 1933, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to George C. McDonald, no date, 1p.
  W. H. Budden to Edward C. Carter, Nov. 10, 1933, 1p.
  W. H. Budden to members of the Montreal Branch of the Canadian Institute of
    International Affairs, Nov. 1O, 1933, 1p.
  Canadian Institute of International Affairs, Montreal Branch, "Canada and
    International Organization," 2pp.
  "China," 6pp.
  Notes on Shanghai visit, 4pp.
  Minutes of the China Institute Research Committee Meeting, Mar. 25, 1934,
    1:00 p.m., Tsing Hua Alumni Association, Peiping, 3pp.
  Informal Meeting with Some Members of the China I.P.R., Apr. 14, 1934,
    10:00 a.m. - 2:45 p.m., Shanghai University, 5pp.
  List of China I.P.R. members, Jan. 1934, 2pp.
  Notes of Mr. Carter's Luncheon with the Japanese Monday Club at 12:30, Apr.
    16, 1934, 69 Boone Road, Shanghai, 1p.
  A Study of the Standard of Living of Shanghai Factory Workers, Apr. 28,
    1934, 2pp.
  A Study on the Farmer's Standard of Living in China and Its Relation to Her
    International Trade in Foodstuffs, 3pp.
  Notes for LYW from ECC, lp.
  China Institute of Pacific Relations, Budget for the year 1934 (Proposed),
    1p.
  Letter to Carter, May 5, 1934, 1p.
  Minutes in re Conversation, May 5, 1934, 12:30 - 2:30 p.m., Peiping, 3pp.
  W. L. Holland to Liu Yu-wan, May 30, 1934, 2pp.
  "Who's Who," 1933-1934, 3pp.
  Notes on Canton visit, Apr. 4-5, 1934, 8pp.
  Notes of Interview with Dr. Feng, Director of Bureau of Agriculture and
    Forestry for the Kwangtung Provincial Government, Canton, Apr. 5, 1934,
    2pp.
  Fourteen Projects for the Agricultural Development of Kwangtung with
    Estimates of Possible Increase in Production by Rui Feng, l1p.
  Meeting at the residence of Dr. Kan, Canton, Apr. 5, 1934, 2pp.
  Lingnan Social Research Institute, Chairman's Annual Report (Sept. 1932 -
    Sept. 1933) by Wu Yueh Leu, Sept. 30, 1933, 3pp.
  Profess Report of Research Problems on the Standard of Living of Kwangtung
    Villagers,  1p.
  Releases of China Press Shanghai, Apr. 8, 1934, concerning Carter's visit
    to Shanghai, 1p.
  Standard Procedure for Making Entries of Publications on Economic China in
    the Monthly Bulletin, 2pp.
  Minutes of Discussion Meeting, Peiping, May 2, 1934, 6pp.
  A Study of the Standard of Living of Shanghai Factory Workers, Apr. 28,
    1934, 2pp.
  A Study on the Farmer's Standard of Living in China and Its Relation to Her
    International Trade in Foodstuffs, 3pp.
  Notes for LYW from ECC, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Selskar A. Gunn, Sept. 25, 1933, 2pp.
  Organization of the Sun Yat-sen Institute, 1p.
  Peiping Schedule, May 4-9, 1934, 1p.
  Infomal Memorandum by Secretary-General of the Institute of Pacific
    Relations: Some questions to be discussed with the China Institute of
    Pacific Relations, Apr. 4 - May 12, 1934, 3pp.
  Notes of Mr. Carter's Luncheon with the Japanese Monday Club at 12:30 p.m.,
    Apr. 16, 1934, 69 Boone Road, Shanghai, 1p.
  List of members attending at lunches, luncheons, and dinners, Apr. 12, 13,
    17, 22, and 23, 1934, 2pp.
  Notes of Hongkong, 2pp.
  Edward C. Carter to Liu Yu-wan, Apr. 7, 1934, a copy sent to WLH, 4pp.
  Edward C. Carter to Owen Lattimore, Apr. 6, 1934, 2pp.
  Edward C. Carter to Liu Yu-wan, Apr. 7, 1934, a copy for Hong Kong File,
    4pp.
  The American I.P.R., Memorandum on the Trade of Hongkong, July 13, 1934,
    4pp.

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SECRETARY GENERAL'S VISITS TO MEMBER COUNTRIES, 1934

  Annual Meeting of the American Council of the Institute of Pacific
    Relations, Oct. 25, 1934, Minutes of the discussion of item 9 on the
    Agenda, the 1936 Conference, 3pp.
  Annual Meeting of the American Council of the Institute of Pacific
    Relations, Secretary General's Report on the Work of the Other Councils
    and the International Secretariat, Agenda item 9, Oct. 25, 1934, 8pp.
  Agenda for the Annual Meeting of the American Council of the Institute of
    Pacific Relations, Oct. 25, 1934, 2pp.
  Engagements for Mr. & Mrs. C. E. [Sic] Carter and Party, Jan. 31 - Feb. 15,
    1934, 2pp.
  Honolulu Library of Institute of Pacific Relations, Preliminary
    Investigation, Feb. 5-15, 1934, 2pp.
  General Questionnaire, "Libraries of the Pacific Area," 2pp.
  Hawaii Group, Institute of Pacific Relations, Expenditure Budget, dated on
    Dec. 31, 1933, 2pp.
  Annual Meeting of the Hawaii Group of the Institute of Pacific Relations,
    Feb. 12, 1934, 2pp.
  Members of Hawaii Group of the American Council of the I.P.R., corrected on
    Jan. 16, 1934, 2pp.
  Luncheon Meeting of the Advisory Committee, Feb. 2, 1934, 5pp.
  Re American Council Educational Program, 4pp.
  Time Table of Edward C. Carter, Secretary General, Jan. 24-26, 1934, dated
    on Jan. 23, 1934, 2pp.
  Time Table of Edward C. Carter, Secretary General, Washington, D.C, Sept.
    27, 1934, 3pp.
  Publications Meeting, New York, July 9, 1934, 3pp.
  American Council, I.P.R. Notes, 3pp.
  The Activities of the I.P.R., no date, 6pp.
  Books Reviewed in this issue, 2pp.
  American Council Membership, Supplement to printed membership list of Aug.
    1, 1933, 2pp.
  Report on the American Council Staff, Oct. 25, 1934, lp.
  Statement of Expenditures for the Period Jan. 1 to Sept. 30, 1934, Compared
    with the Budget for the Year 1934, 4pp.
  American Council, I.P.R., Treasurer's Report, Oct. 24, 1934, 4pp.
  Report on Research, Oct. 25, 1934, 12pp.
  Introduction, Oct. 25, 1934, 1p.

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Nd-A885
SECRETARY GENERAL'S VISITS TO MEMBER COUNTRIES: GREAT BRITAIN, JAPAN, 1934

  Group Meeting at Chatham House, June 12, 1934, 9:00 a.m., 8pp.
  The Royal Institute of International Affairs, 45th Meeting Agenda, 3pp.
    Appendix A: Theorical Study on the Concept of Standards of Living in
      Economic Theory, 1p.
    Appendix B: Note on the Projet of the Institute of Pacific Relations
      for Research in the Field of Cultural Relations, 2pp.
  Memorandum, June 9, 12, and 21, 1934.
  Edward C. Carter to Adams, June 19, 1934, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Y. C. James Yen, June 19, 1934, 2pp.
  Luncheon at Sir John Chancellor's, June 14, 1934, 1p.
  Letter to Carter, Mar. 16, 1934, 1p.
  Memorandum of Conversations at Chatham House in regard to I.P.R. Research
    and Program, Mar. 16, 1934, 3pp.
  Memorandum on Pacific Affairs, Mar. 12, 1934, 1p.
  E. C. Carter's memorandum, June 1933, 1p.
  Y. C. James Yen to R. H. Tawney, May 22, 1934, 2pp.
  List of Guests at Sir John Power's Dinner Party on June 12, 1934, 1p.
  List of Guests at the Group Meeting at Chatham House at 9:OO p.m. on June
    12, to be adressed by E. C. Carter, 1p.
  Expenditure Budgets of Japanese Council, 1933-1934, 1p.
  Samitaro Uramatsu to Frank C. Atherton, July 19, 1934, 1p.
  Note on Foreign Office Interviews, Mar. 9, 1934, 1p.
  Memorandum of Luncheon given by Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs
    Shigemitsu, at the Vice-Minister's residence, Mar. 12 1934, 2pp.
  Notes of Conversation with Baron Shidehara at his residence in Tokyo on
    Mar. 16, 1934, 1:30 to 4:00 p.m., 3pp.
  Notes of Conversation with Count Makino, at his residence in Tokyo, lO:00 -
     11:00 a.m., Mar. 15, 1934, 2pp.
   Notes of Conversation with Mr. Hirota, Foreign Minister of Japan, at the
     Foreign Office in Tokyo, at 3:45 p.m., Mar. 9, 1934, 2pp.
   Notes on the Meeting of the Japanese Society of International Cultural
     Relations on Mar. 6, 1934, at Tokyo (to supplement Edward C. Carter's
     letter of Mar. 12, to Joseph Barnes), 2pp.
   Suggestions for the steps to be taken toward the development of Japanese
     Studies in America, 2pp.
   Memorandum of Luncheon given by Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs
     Shigemitsu, at the Vice-Minister's residence, Mar. 12, 1934, 2pp.
   Notes on the Towm Hall Meeting on Sept. 20, dated Oct. 2, 1933, 2pp.
   Society for International Cultural Relations, Mar. 6, 1934, Kojunsha,
     Tokyo, 1p.
   Dinner given by Professor Takaki and Countess Kuroki, Peers Club, Tokyo,
     Feb. 28, 1934, 1p.
   Japan America Relations Society, Bunkers Club, Luncheon, Mar. 5, 1934, 4pp.
   Society for International Cultural Relations, Mar. 6, 1934, Kojunsha,
     Tokyo, 2pp.
   Notes on Interview with Jorgensen, Tokyo, Mar. 8, 1934, 3pp.
   Notes of Interview with Dr. Arthur W. Humme1, Hong Kong, Mar. 24, 5:00 -
     6:00 p.m. 2pp.
   Sunday dinner at Tokyo Club, hMar. 4, 1934, 1p.
   The Advisory Service Committee of the America-Japan Society Agenda, 1p.
   Vice-Minister's Luncheon, Mar. 12, 1934, 1p.
   Notes of Foreign Office Interview, Mar. 9, 1934, 1p.
   Interview with Robert Reischauer, 1p.
   W. L. Holland to S. Uematsu, May 29, 1934, 2pp.
   Letter to William Holland, Jan. 10, 1934, 2pp.
   Notes of Meeting, Mar. 2, 1934, 1p.
   Notes on Japanese Council, 4pp.
   A Study of Standards and Plans of Living among the Japanese of Hawaii, 4pp.
   Questons to be discucced with Japanese Council, Feb. 27, 1934, 4pp.
   I.P.R. 1934-l935 Publications, Dec. 1933, 1p.
   Edward C. Carter to Y. Takaki, Bar. 14, 1934, 2pp.
   Koloniaal Institut, Amsterdam, June 1, 1934, 4pp.
   "Some Questions to be discussed with the Netherlands Group," Informal
     Memorandum by the Secretary-General of the I.P.R., June 1, 1934, 2pp.
   Revised edition of I.P.R. 1934-1935 Publications, Dec. 1933, 1p.
   Luncheon at Y.M.C.A., Manila, Mar. 26, 1934, 2pp.
   Phihppine Council Research Committee Meeting, Manila, Mar. 31, 1934, 5pp.
   The Philippine Islands, 3pp.
   Conference Facilities at Baguio, Mar. 29, 1934, 3pp.
   Serafin E. Macaraig to Conrado Benitez, Apr. 6, 1934, 2pp.
   Edward C. Carter to W. L. Holland, Apr. 11, 1934, 1p.
   Edward C. Carter to Lasker and Lattimore, Apr. 4, 1934, 1p.
   Amado Wenceslao to Edward C. Carter, Mar. 29, 1934, 1p.

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COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY COLLECTION, 1934-1937

  Edward C. Carter to Galen M. Fisher, Jan. 4, 1935, 3pp.
  Galen a Fisher to Edward C. Carter, Jan. 21, 1935, 3pp.
  Edward C. Carter to Galen M. Fisher, Dec. 12, 1934, 2pp.
  Edward C. Carter to Samitaro Uramatsu, Dec. 12, 1934, 1p.
  Owen Lattimore to F. W. Eggleston, May 25, 1935, 1p.
  Constitution of the Institute of the Pacific Relations, July 29, 1927, 4pp.
  Memorandum to the Pacific Council, no date, signed by Fleming, Marris,
    Matsumoto, Uramatsu, Field, Barnes, and Holland, 3pp.
  Foundation Gifts and Pledges to the American Council and the Pacific
    Council of the I.P.R., 1936, no date, 1p.
  Escott Reid to Fisher, July 12, 1935, 1p.
  Galen Fisher to Eugene V. Harondar, Aug. 14, 1935, 1p.
  Galen M. Fisher, "A Bird's-eye View of the Institute of Pacific Relatiorus,"
    Oct. 30, 1936, 17pp.
  W. Motileff, President of the Pacific Institute U.S.S.R., to Edward C.
    Carter, Aug. 6, 1934, 2pp.
  Edward C. Carter to J. N. Voitinsky, May 29, 1934, 1p.
  "Report of the Visit of the Secretary General to Moskow," Dec. 20-31, 1934,
    12pp.
  Agenda, Moskow, Apr. 12, 1936, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to A. Kantorovitch, Dec. 25, 1934, 2pp.
  Meeting on Apr. 2, 1936, Moskow: Mr. Carter, Mr. & Mrs. Lattimore, H. M.
    Harondar, 4pp.
  Meeting on Apr. 3, Adamovitch, Voitinsky, Lattimore, Carter, Harondar, H.
    M. Adamovitch's assistant, 3pp.
  Edward C. Carter to V. Motylev, Dec. 18, 1936, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to V. E. Motylev, Dec. 20, 1936, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to V. Motylev, Dec. 17, 1936, 1p.
  V. E. Motylev to Owen Lattimore, July 1, 1935, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to V. E. Motylev, May 7, 1935, 3pp.
  V. E. Motylev to Carter, May 1O, 1935, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Carl L. Alsberg, Nov. 22, 1937, 1p.
  Extracts from a letter to E. C. Carter from Clarke H. Kawakami, dated Nov.
    1, 1937, 1p.
  Agenda for discussion between Carl L. Alsberg and Edward C. Carter, San
    Francisco, Dec. 20-21, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Fusajiro Abe, Apr. 16, 1937, 1p.
  Carl L. Alsberg to E. C. Carter, Mar. 1, 1937, 2pp.
  Carl L. Alsberg to Carter, Aug. 14, 1937, 4pp. [MS]
  Edward C. Carter to Malcom P. Aldrich, Jan. 21, 1937, 5pp.
  Carl L. Alsberg to F. V. Field, Dec. 9, 1936, 1p.
  Carl L. Alsberg to R. T. Crane, Nov. 4, 1936, 6pp.
  Edward C. Carter to Carl L. Alsberg, Nov. 12, 1937, 1p.
  Extract from letter to F. V. Field from E. C. Carter, dated London, Oct. 8,
    1937, 1p.
  Carl L. Alsberg to E. C. Carter, Dec. 16, 1936, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Grew, Apr. 4, 1937, 1p.
  Edgar J. Tarr to F. C. Atherton, May 2 1936, 4pp.
  Edward C. Carter to Carl L. Alsberg' Mar. 16, 1937, 4pp.
  Annual Report of the Secretary, American Council, Institute of Pacific
    Relations, 1937, iv + 46 pp.
    Title page, p.ii; Table of Contents, pp.iii-iv.
    concerning the Institute of Pacific Relations and the American Council
      of the Institute, p.iv.
    INTRODUCTION,  pp.1-3.
    INFORMATION AND EDUCATION, pp.4-26.
      Libraries as Nuclei of I.P.R. Services, pp.6-8.
      Information Services, pp.8-15.
        Far Eastern Survey, pp.8-9.
        Articles and News Releases, pp.9-10.
        Reading Lists, pp.10-11.
        Publications,  pp.11-15.
          Pamphlets,  pp.11-12.
          Books,  pp.12-14.
          Periodicals,  pp.14-15.
  (*)
      Teaching about the Pacific, pp.15-21.
        Universities and Colleges, pp.15-16.
        Secondary Schools, pp.16-17.
        Language Teaching, pp.17-21.
          The Russian Language School, pp.17-19.
          The Chinese Language School, pp.19-21.
      Visual Education, pp.21-23.
          Motion Pictures, pp.21-22.
          Other Visual Aids to School Teaching about the Far East,
            pp.22-23.
      Maps of the Pacific, p.23.
      Lectures,  pp.23- 25.
      Other Adult-Educational Activities, pp.25-26.
    RESEARCt1,  pp.26-34.
      North Pacific Fisheries, pp.27-28.
      Press and Public Opinion, pp.28-30.
        Far Eastern News in the American Press, pp.28-29.
        War propaganda from Japan and China, pp.29-30.
      International Textile Competition, p.30.
      American Far Eastern Policy, pp.30-31.
      Economic and Social Hitory of China, pp.31.
      Recent Trends in the Far East, pp.32-33.
      Cultural Change in the Fiji Islands, p.32.
      International Studies Conference, pp.32-33.
      Current Economic Developments in the Pacific Area, p.33.
      Bay Region Research Advisory Committee, pp.33-34.
      Memorandum on Research in International Relations, p.34.
      Coordination List of American Research Projects, p.34.
    OTHER ACTIVITIES OF THE AMRICAN COUNCCIL, pp.34-37.
      American Relations with the Philippine Islands, pp.34-35.
      Oriental Students, pp.35-36.
      War Relief, p.36.
      Personnel,  pp.36-37.
    REGIONAL ACTIVITIES OF THE AMERICAN COUNCIL, pp.37-46.
      Introduction,  pp.37-38.
      Report of the Hawaii Group, pp.38-42.
        Educational  Activities,  pp.38-42.
          Visitors,  pp.38-39.
          Speakers,  p.39.
          Radio and Film, pp.39-4O.
          Publicity,  p.40.
          Literature,  p.40.
          Study Groups, pp.40-41.
          IPR Student Conference, p.41.
          Library,  pp.41-42.
      Research, p.42.
          Textbook Project, p.42.
          Economic History of Hawaii, p.42.
      Report of San Francisco Bay Region Group, pp.42-44.
          A Survey of the Work in 1937, pp.42-43.
          Plans for 1938, pp.43-44.
      Report on the Pacific Northwest Unit, pp.42-45.
          Conference on Far Eastern Policy, p.45.
          Research on North Pacific Fisheries, p.45.
      Report on the Southern California Unit, pp.45-46.

  (+)

 [The following materials are to be continued to asterisk (*).]
  Edward C. Carter to William W. Buffum, Nov. 19, 1937, 2pp.
  Edward C. Carter to Joseph Chamberlain, Nov. 19, 1937, 2pp.
  Nathaniel Peffer to Carter, Nov. 16, 1937, 1p.
  Chen Ham-seng to Nathaniel Peffer, Nov. 16, 1937, 1p.
  Nathaniel Peffer to Chen, Nov. 18, 1937, 1p.
  Shen Hanseng to Carter, no date, 1p. 
  Chen Pin-ho to Edward C. Carter, Dec. 23, 1937, 2pp.
  J. P. Chamberlain to Edward C. Carter, Dec. 13, 1937, 1p.
  J. P. Chamberlain to Edward C. Carter, Mar. 4, 1937, 1p.
  Questions asked at Wichita Forum, Dec. 1, 1937, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to the Pacific Council: to the Officers of the Institute:
    to the International Research Committee: to the National Secretaries,
    July, 13, 1937, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Carl L. Alsberg, Jan. 12, l937, 2pp.
  Edward C. Carter to John Foster Dunes, Dec. 6, 1937, 2pp.
  Frederick V. Field to E. C. Carter, Sept. 27, 1937, 1p.
  V. E. Motylev to E. C. Carter, Jam. 15, 1937, 3pp.
  Catharine Porter to Edward C. Carter, Sept. 9, 1937, 3pp.
  Extract from letter circulated by the Secretary to members of the Executive
    Committee of the American Council on Aug. 24, 1937, concernig program
    to be followed by the American Council in light of the Sino-Japanese
    conflict,  1p.
  Charles F. Loomis to Frederick V. Field, July, 2, 1937, 2pp.
  List of Engagements of ECC while in Tokyo, Apr. 5-l2, 1p.
  "Japan and the Chinese War," no name and no date, 6pp.
  Pan-Pacific Club of Tokyo, Luncheon, Apr. 8, 1937, 4pp.
  Yosemite Conference: I.P.R. Aug. 1936: A Personal Impression, no name and
    no date, 11pp.
  M. S. Bates, "Toward an Understanding of China," Conference of the
    Fellowship of Christian Missionaries, Karuizawa, July 29, 1937, 7pp.

  [The following materials are to be continued to plus sign (+).]
  American Council Organization Chart I and II, 2pp.
  Staff discussion group, Agenda, Nov. 12, 1936, 6pp.
  Members of the Board of Turstees [Sicl American Council, Institute of
     Pacific Relations, Jan. 7, 1937, 1p.
  Agenda for Staff Meeting, Jan. 7, map room, 5:00 p.m., 1p.
  Members of the American Council of the Institute of Pacific Relations, no
     date, 12pp.

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INTERIM RESEARCH CONFERENCE, TOKYO, 1935

  Institute of Pacific Relations, Interim Research Conference, Tokyo, Apr.
  16-24, 1935: Documents
    Title page, 1p.
    Revised List of Members Attending, 2pp.
    Institute of Pacific Relations, Special Research Conference, "Standards
      of Living and International Relations in the Pacific," memorandum
      on the bearing of the research program in standards of living to
      the international relations of Pacific countries, and to the
      general work of the Institute of Pacific Relations, prepared by W.
      L. Holland (dated Shanghai, Mar. 15, 1935), 1Opp.
    Outline of Conference Business, 9pp.
    "projects in the General Subject Field of Communications," memorandum
      prepared by Bruno Lasker (dated Tokyo, Apr. 8, 1935), 4pp.
    Memorandum on Australian Council Research in Connection with the I.P.R.
      (signed by R. D. Phillips, and dated Melbourne, Mar. 18, 1935),
      5pp.
    Draft Time-Table of Meeting and Entertainment, 3pp.
    "Agenda of Conference," memorandum by Canadian Institute of
       International Affairs on letter from E. C. Carter of Dec. 28, l934,
       signed by N. A. M. MacKenzie and Escott Reid, 2pp.
    "Dependencies and Native Peoples of the Pacific," report on research
       work 1933-34 by Felix M. Keesing, 2pp.
    "Notes on Studies in International Comparative Standards of Living,"
      submitted by the American Council, Institute of Pacific Relations
      (signed by Frederick V. Field, and dated New York, Mar. 26, 1935),
      5pp.
      Appendix A: "Proposed Method for Studying Standards of Living as
        Complexes of Consumer Choises and the Mind-Sets of Which They
        Form Part," memorandum signed by Frederick V. Field, 3pp.
     "Report of Standards of Living by the Hawaii Group of the American
        Council," signed by Philip S. Platt, 3pp.
     Supplementary Notes on the China Council Project on "Chinese Migration
       to Manchuria and Its Effects," directed by Dr. Franklin L. Ho,
       Nankai Institute of Economics (signed by Bruno Lasker, and dated
       Apr. 8, 1935), 7pp.
     Notes on the Project of the China Council of the I.P.R. for the "Study
       on Hsien Government" by C. M. Chang, Nankai Institute of Economics
       (signed by Bruno Lasker, and dated Apr. 5, 1935), 4pp.
     Project for a Community Study of Kaoyang (signed by Bruno Lasker, and
       dated Mar. 31, 1935), 10pp.
     Memorandum on Methods of Investigation of the Standards of Living by
       the U.S.S.R. Council, I.P.R., i + 39 pp.
     Extract of letter to W. L. Holland from R. Arnold, Mar. 15, 1935, 3pp.
     A Statement relative to Mr. Masuoka's Study of Acculturation of
       Japanese in Hawaii (signed by Romanzo Adams, and dated Tokyo, Apr.
       17, 1935), 3pp.
     "Notes to Aid in the Study of the Publications Policy of the Institute
       of Pacific Relations," prepared by the Secretary General for
       discussion at the Interim Research Conference, Tokyo, Apr. 16-24,
       1935, 15pp.
       Appendix A: "Proposed Tentative Schedule for Case Record of Each
         I.P.R. Publication," 1p.
       Progress Report on the Rural Study in Huchow, Chekiang, by the China
         Institute of Economic & Statistical Research, 5pp.
       Draft Report on Criteria to be adopted in the Selection of Projects in
         the International Research Program of the I.P.R., 2pp.
       Revised Report on Criteria to be adopted in the Selection of Subjects
         of Research and Projects in the International Research Program, 1p.
       Amendments to the documents I.R.C., nos. 20, 24, and 26, lp.
       General Definitions of Scope of I.P.R. Standards of Living Studies:
         Points agreed upon by the sub-committee on standards of living
         studies in discussing the classification and scope of projects,
         4pp.
       A Plan of Research in Cultural Relations submitted by Dr. J. H. Boake
         at the Banff Conference, 2pp.
       "Study of Standards of Living in Medium and Small Japanese Industries
         Where Products Are Entering into International Competition," report
         by T. Uyeda, 5pp.
       "A Few Remarks upon the Comparative Study of the Standard of Living,"
         by Shiroshi Nasu, 4pp.
       Report of Sub-committee on Communications, 2pp.
       Recommendation of the Sub-committee on Legal Studies, 1p.
       Recommendations of the Conference on Studies in the Field of Social and
         Economic Change in Dependencies and among Minolity Peoples in the
         Pacific Area, 1p.
     
    Institute of Pacific Relations, Interim Research Conference, Tokyo, Apr.
    16-24, 1935: Minutes of Meetings, 33pp.
      Apr. 16, 1935, 9:30 a.m., Osaka Building, Tokyo, pp.1-6.
      Apr. 16, 1935, 3:30 p.m., Osaka Building, Tokyo, pp.6-9.
      Apr. 17, 1935, 9:50 a.m., Osaka Bui1ding, Tokyo, pp.10-11.
      Apr. 17, 1935, 2:15 p.m., Osaka Building, Tokyo, pp.12-13.
      Apr. 18, 1935, 9:45 a.m., Osaka Building, Tokyo, pp.14-18.
      Apr. 19, 1935, 9:50 a.m., Osaka Building, Tokyo, pp.19-22.
      Apr. 19, 1935, 2:15 p.m., Osaka Building, Tokyo, p22.
      Apr. 19, 1935, 2:45 p.m., Osaka Building, Tokyo, p22.
      Apr. 19, 1935, 4:30 p.m., Osaka Building, Tokyo, p.23.
      Apr. 20, 1935, 9:45 a.m, Osaka Building, Tokyo, p24.
      Apr. 20, 1935, 1O:10 a.m., Osaka Building, Tokyo, p.24.
      Apr. 22, 1935, 9:45 a.m., Osaka Building, Tokyo, p25.
      Apr. 22, 1935, 2:45 p.m., Osaka Building, Tokyo, pp.25-26.
      Apr. 23, 1935, 9:45 a.m., Osaka Building, Tokyo, pp.27-28.
      Apr. 23, 1935, 2:45 p.m., Osaka Building, Tokyo, pp.28-29.
      Apr. 24, 1935, 9:50 a.m., Osaka Building, Tokyo, pp.30-31.
      Apr. 24, 1935, 3:1O p.m., Osaka Building, Tokyo, pp.32-33.

    Department of Economic Affairs, Central Bureau of Statistics, Some Remarks
    concerning the Investigation into "the Standard of Living" in the
    Netherlands Indies in 1932, Batavia-Centrum, Mar. 1935, ii + 22pp.
      Title page,p.i; Table of Contents, p.ii.
      Introduction,  pp.1-5.
      Some Results of the Investigation, signed by H. M. J. Hart, the Chief
        of the Central Bureau of Statistics, and dated Batavia-Centrum,
        Java, The Netherlands Indies, Mar. 25, 1935, pp.5-10.
      Tables,  pp.11-22.

    Household Book, 8pp.

    Central Bureau of Statistics, General Budget Investigation of 1932, 22pp.

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Nd-A888
YOSEMITE CONFERENCE 1936: INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH COMMITTEE MINUTES

  International  Research  Committee,  Minutes  and  Documents,  Yosemite
  Conference, 1936
    Table of Contents, pp.i-ii.
    Minutes of First Meeting, Yosemite National Park, Calif., Aug. 1O,
      1936, 9:00-12:00 a.m., pp.1-7.
    Minutes of Second Meeting, Yosemite National Park, Calif., Aug. 1O,
      1936, 2:00-4:10 p.m. pp.8-11.
    Minutes of Third Meeting, Yosemite National Park, Calif, Aug. 11,
      1936, 2:35-4:10 p.m. pp.12-15.
    Minutes of Fourth Meeting, Yosemite National Park, Calif., Aug. 12,
      1936, 2:40-3:30 p.m. pp.16-18.
    Minutes of Fifth Meeting, Yosemite National Park, Calif, Aug. 13,
      1936, 9:10-1O:55  a.m., pp.19-22.
    Minutes of Sixth Meeting, Yosemite National Park, Calif, Aug. 14,
      1936, 1O:20 a.m. - 12:05 p.m. pp.23-27.
    Minutes of Seventh Meeting, Yosemite National Park, Calif, Aug. 22,
      1936, 2:00-3:10 p.m. pp.28-30.
    Minutes of Eighth Meeting, Yosemite National Park, Calif., Aug. 25,
      1936, 2:05-3:04 p.m. pp.31j3.
    Minutes of Ninth Meeting, Yosemite National Park, Calif, Aug. 27,
      1936, 3:30-4:12 p.m. pp.34-35.
    Minutes of Tenth Meeting, Yosemite National Park, Calif, Aug. 29,
      1936, 3:45-4:55 p.m. pp.36-37.
    Minutes of Eleventh Meeting, Yosemite National Park, Calif., Aug. 30,
      1936, 10:27 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. pp.38-41.
    Agenda for meeting of Research Committee, Aug. 10-30, 1936, 2pp.
    Revised Classification of Projects, 2pp.
    Report of Research Activities, July 1, 1933 to June 30, 1936, of the
      Canadian Institute of International Affairs, 7pp.
    "Standard of Life in relation to International Competition," memorandum 
      by T. E. Gregory, dated  July 23, 1936, 11pp.
    Report on Research of the New Zealand Council, 3pp.
    Report of the Australian Council on Research, 1933-1936, 4pp.
    Report of the China Council on Research, 1933-1936, 5pp.
    "Study of Standard of Living of Municipal and Public Utility Employees,
      Municipal Council of the International Settlement, Shanghai,"
      progress report by Eleanor Hinder, 5pp.
    Memorandum - Marality and Living Standards, 3pp.
    "Standards of Living in a Chinese Sericultural District," progress
      report by D. K. Lieu, 4pp.
    Report of the Japanese Council on Research, 1933-1936, dated Aug. 14,
      1936, 4pp.
    Report of the Council of the U.S.S.R. on Research, 1933-1936, 2pp.
    The Problem of Nutrition (Biographical Reference), 1p.
    Purposes and General Plan of Study of Cotton Textile Industries in
      Competing Countries, 2pp.
    "The International Studies Conference and the Institute of Pacific
      Relations," memorandum by H. F. Angus, 7pp.
    Report of the American Council on Research, 1933-36, 5pp.
    Note on Comparisons of Standards of Living as Part of a Study of
      Competition in the Cotton Textile Trade, 1p.
    Project for Research on Diplomatic Machinery and Armaments in the
      Pacific, 6pp.
    Norman MacKenzie, ed., The Status of Aliens in Countries of the Pacific
      Area (July 1936), Outline, 4pp.
    Note on the meaning atached to the "Problem of Peaceful Change" and the
      method of investigating this problem, 1p.
    "Inner Asian Frontiers of China," progress report by Owen Lattimore,
      3pp.
    Agenda for meeting of Aug. 22, 1p.
    Report on the Progress of the Three Principal Research Projects
      Undertaken by the Philippine Council of the I.P.R., 5pp.
    Outline of Proposed Report on the International Textile Industry, 3pp.
    Outline of Possible of Studies in Pacific Shipping, 2pp.
    Rcommendations of subcommittee on additional land-utilization studies,
      1p.
    Recommendations of subcommittee on a study of the textile industry,
      2pp.
    Agenda for meeting of Aug. 27, 1p.
    Recommendations of subcommittee on Colonial Studies, Problems on
      Peaceful Change, and Diplomatic Machinery, 1p.
    Note regarding the Proposed Research Project on Agrarian Problems in
      China, by Chen Han-seng, 2pp.
    Suggestions arising from the Special Meeting on Press and Public
      Opinion Studies, 1p.
    Preliminary list of Projects and Allocation of Funds, 1p.
    Recommendations on Studies of Shipping in the Pacific Area, 1p.
    Draft Report of the I.P.R. to the Pacific Council, 2pp.
    Project on Soviet Nationality Policy as Applied in the Soviet Far East,
      submitted by Harriet Moore, 1p.
    The Treaty-Port System, 1p.
    Recommendations of subcommittee on Pacific Fisheries Problem, 1p.
    Note on the Publications and Research of Le Centre d'etudes de
      politique etrangere and Le Comite d'etudes de pacifique, relating
      to Pacific Questions, 2pp.

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Nd-A889
YOSEHTE CONFERENCE 1936: SOME SECRETARIAT LETTERS

  Table of Contents, pp.i-ii.
  TO THE NATIONAL COUNCILS
    1935 General Purposes Budget, May 31, 1935, pp.1-2.
    1936 General Purposes Budget, Jan. 31, 1936, pp.3-7.
      Appendix A: on Decentralization, pp.8-9.
      Appendix B: on Expenditure Details, pp.10-11.
      Appendix C: Letter to Dr. Chapman, Hawaii Group, regarding the
        I.P.R. Library, Jan. 30, 1936, pp.12-13.
    1936 International Research Budget Proposals, Mar. 1O, 1936, pp.14-17.
    Announcement of Memoranda on Administration and Policy, Jan. 6, 1936,
      pp.18-19.
      The International Secretariat, Jan. 29, 1936, pp.20-26.
      Research in the I.P.R., Bar. 10, 1936, pp.27-34.
      Information, Education, Publintions, Jan. 25, 1936, pp.35-41.
  THE YOSEHTE CONFERENCE
    Yosemite Conference Documents, Feb. 15, 1936, pp.42-46.
    Committee Meetings - Fourth Memorandum, Mar. 18, 1936, pp.47-48.
    Round Table Titles and Contents, May 19, 1936, p.49.
  OTHER LETTERS
    Bibliography, Feb. 18, 1936, p.50.
    To the Chairman of the Advisory Committee, Adjustments in the Pacific
      Council Budget, May 10, 1935, pp.51-58.
    To the Members of the New Zealand I.P.R., Recommendations following
      visit, July 27, 1935, pp.59-70.
    To the Members of the Australian I.P.R. Recommendations following
      visit, Aug. 21, 1935, pp.71-82.
    To the Chairman of the Advisory Committee regarding Mr. Loomis' status,
      Dec. 21, 1935, pp.83-86.
    To Mr. Atherton regarding his resignation as Treasurer, Jan. 7, 1936,
      p.87.
  LETTERS TO MR. CARTER
    From the Chairman of the Advisory Committee regarding future policy and
      programme, Feb. 3, 1936, p.88.
      Enclosing:
      Letter from Chairman of the Advisory Committe to Chairman and
        Secretaries of the National Councils, Jan. 27, 1936, pp.89-95.
      To which is appended:
      Mr. Atherton's letter to Mr. Baker, Jan. 13, 1936, pp.96-98.
      Mr. Baker's letter to Mr. Atherton, Dec. 23, 1935, p.99.
      Mr. Baker's letter to Mr. Atherton, Feb. 11, 1936, pp.100-1O1.
    From Dr. A. H. Doan, Chairman of the Hawaii Group, Mar. 7, 1936, p.102.
 
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YOSEHITE CONFERENCE 1936: SOME SECRETARIAT LETTERS

  duplicated the volume of YOSEMITE CONFERENECE 1936: SOME SECRETARIAT
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Nd-A891
DOCUMENTS MISCELAANEOUS [Sic] 1936 (1954)

  A. Phelps Stokes, "Distinguished Servant: Edward C. Carter," an article
    reproduced from the Berkshire Evening Eagle (Pittsfield, Mass.), Nov.
    26, 1954, 1p.
  W.L.H. to Melvin Conant, June 19, 1953, 1p.
  Frederick Whyte, "The I.P.R. Decade: a Review and a Forenst," London,
    1936, 29pp.
  Edward C. Carter to Galen M. Fisher, June 29, 1936, 4pp.
  Edward C. Carter to Charles F. Loomis, June 30, 1936, 2pp.
  Galen Fisher, "The Story of the Institute of Pacific Relations," 1936,
    35pp.
  J. H. Bocke, "Cultural Relations in the Pacific Area," 1936(?), 11pp.
  J. B. Condliffe, "The Industrialization of Pacific Countries," 1936, 15pp.

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COLUHBIA UNIVERSITY COLLECTION, 1937-1938

  Foreign Policy Association, Boston Branch, Second Luncheon Discussion, Nov.
    13, 1937, 3pp.
    Subject - Japan: Her Case before the World.
  Edward C. Carter to Frederick V. Field, Jan. 1937, 1p.
  Frederick V. Field to Edward C. Carter, June 11, 1937, 1p., with which
    enclosed were Verbatim Minutes of the Executive Committee Meeting of
    the American Council on June 3, 1937, 2pp., and Official Minutes of
    the Meeting, 1p.
  Frederick V. Field to W. L. Holland, July 2, 1937, 1p.
  Frederick V. Field to Donald Young, July 2, 1937, 1p., with which enclosed   .
    was Memorandum on Studies in International Relations, i + 20 pp.
  Frederick V. Field to W. L. Holland, Feb. 23, 1937, 1p., with which
    enclosed was the outline of the Yale Institute of International Studies
    research program, 5pp.
  Ernest T. Shaw to Wynn Fairfield, Dec. 29, 1937, which contains a graphic
    account of Japanese interference with Mission Schools in Peiping [Sic],
    3pp.
  Frederick V. Field to T. A. Bisson, June 16, 1937, 1p.
  Kathleen Barnes to Fred, Aug. 21, 1937, 1p.
  Wm. W. Lockwood, Jr. to Maxwell M. Hamilton, Nov. 15, 1937, 1p.
  Maxwell Hamilton to William W. Lockwood, Jr., Nov. 30, 1937, 1p.
  Wm. W. Lockwood, Jr. to Maxwell M. Hamilton, Dec. 1, 1937, 1p.
  Frederick V. Field to Virginia Burdick, Mar. 9, 1937, 1p.
  Virginia Burdick to Frederick V. Field, Mar. 6, 1937, 1p.
  Virginia Burdick to Frederick V. Field, Mar. 30, 1937, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Fred, Dec. 1, 1937, 1p.
  I.P.R. Discussion Group, Summary of remarks by E. F. Penrose, Feb. 23,
    1937, 3pp.
  Frederick V. Field to E. C. Carter, Dec. 22, 1937, 1p.
  Agenda - Discussion, F. V. Field and E. C. Carter, Dec. 17-21, 1937, 2pp.
  Frederick V. Field to E. C. Carter, Dec. 1O, 1937, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Frederick V. Field, Dec. 6, 1937, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to F. V. Field, Dec. 4, 1937, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Frederick V. Field, Dec. 8, 1937, 1p.
  Frederick V. Field to Edward C. Carter, Nov. 12, 1937, 2pp.
  Edward C. Carter to Frederick Whyte, Nov. 22, 1937, 2pp.
  Edward C. Carter to Frederick V. Field, Sept. 3, 1937, 1p.
  Contributions to the American Council, Institute of Pacific Relations,
    1936, 3pp.
  A memorandum by Takayanagi, 1938, 1p.
  Philip C. Jessup to Kenzo Takayanagi, Dec. 3, 1938, 3pp.
  A. V. Alexander to A. Takayanagi, Decc. 1, 1938, 2pp.
  Kenzo Takayanagi to Edward C. Carter, Dec. 1, 1938, 2pp.
  Edward C. Carter to Kenzo Takayanagi, Nov. 28, 1938, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Kenzo Takayanagi, Oct. 12, 1938, 1p.
  Kenzo Takayanagi to Carter, Oct. 7, 1938, 4pp. [MS]
  Edward C. Carter to Y. Takayanagi [Sic], Sept. 26, 1938, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Kenzo Takayanagi, Sept. 20, 1938, 1p.
  K. Takayanagi to Carter, Sept. 20, 1938, 3pp.
  Edward C. Carter to Kenzo Takayanagi, Aug. 29, 1938, 1p.
  Memorandum on Aug. 23, 1938, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Kenzo Takayanagi, Aug. 22, 1938, 3pp.
  Edward C. Carter to K. Takayanagi, Aug. 19, 1938, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Takayanagi, Aug. 17, 1938, 2pp. [MS]
  Edward C. Carter to Takayanagi, Aug. 17, 1938, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Takayanagi, Aug. 16, 1938, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Takayanagi, July 18, 1938, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Kenzo Takayanagi, July 11 1938, 1p.
  Galen M. Fisher to Kenzo Takayanagi, Dec. 15, 1938, 1p.
  Letter to J. W. Dafoe, July 26, 1938, 5pp.
  Edward C. Carter to Kenzo Takayanagi, Aug. 22, 1938, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Ivison S. Macadam, Nov. 2, 1937, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Ivison S. Macadam, Nov. 22, 1937, 2pp.
  Edward C. Carter to G. E. Hubbard, June 17, 1938, 5pp.
  Extract from Annual Report of the International Asscoiation of Japan, no
    date, 2pp.
  Edward C. Carter to Kenzo Takayanagi, Aug. 22, 1938, 3pp.
  G. E. Hubbard to E. C. Carter, Nov. 18, 1937, 2pp.
  Edward C. Carter to the National Secretaries, Aug. 30, 1937, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to K. Saionji, Aug. 30, 1937, 1p.
  Catherine Porter to Edward C. Carter, Sept. 9, 1937, 3pp.
  Extract from letter circulated by the Saretary to members of Executive
    Committee of the American Council on Aug. 24, 1937, concerning program
    to be followed by the American Council in light of the Sino-Japanese
    conflict,  1p.
  Notes of Meeting at Canada Life Building, Toronto, Nov. 1, 1937, 3pp.
  Extract from minutes of sixth meeting of the Pacific Council, Yosemite
    National Park, Calif., Aug. 27, 1936, 1p.
  Sample letter from Edward C. Carter to Consultants, Nov. 1937, 2pp.
  Condensed Summary of Mr. W. L. Holland's Remarks at San Francisco Meeting,
    Jan. 1938, 1p.
  Hu Shih to E. C. Carter, Dec. 31, 1931, 1p.
  Brief Summary of Meeting at 57 Post St., San Francisco, Calif, Jan. 6-1O,
    1938, 1p.
  J. W. Dafoe to the Members of the Pacific Council: to the Members of the
    International Research Committee to the National Secretaries, Feb. 9,
    1938, 2pp.
  An Inquiry to be organized by the International Secretariat of the
    Institute of Pacific Relations, Feb. 9, 1938, 2pp.
  International Secretariat Inquiry of the Institute of Pacific Relations,
    Statement of Project, June 28, 1938, 2pp.
  Tentative outline of the Study of the Position of the Western Powers in the
    Far East, Feb. 15, 1938, 5pp.
  International Secretariat Inquiry, Tentative Outline of Study of Conditions
    Contributing to and Arising from the Present Course of Japanese Policy
     and Possible Important Future Developments, July 29, 1938, 7pp.
  International Secretariat Inquiry, Tentative Outline of Study of Conditions
     Contributing to and Arising from the Present Course of Chinese Policy
     and Possible Important Future Developments, July 22, 1938, 8pp.
  Japanese I.P.R., The Annual Report of the International Association of
    Japan, 1937-38, 4pp.
  Kinkami Saionji to Edward C. Carter, May 10, 1938, 1p.
  Extracts of letter from G. E. Hubbard to E. C. Carter, dated London, July
    29, 1938, 1p.
   K. Dennery to Edward C. Carter, June 9, 1938, 2pp.
   Table des matieres (Etat actuel: 10 juin 1938), La France et
     1'extreme-orient  (1936-1938), 3pp.
   Frederick V. Field to Edward C. Carter, Mar. 19, 1938, 2pp.
   Topics in the Field of American Economic Interests in the Far East, June
     30, 1938, 1p.
   Plan of Study of Educational and Philanthropic Enterprises in China in
     which Americans are cooperating, as affected by the Sino-Japanese
     conflict, Aug. 8, 1938, 3pp.
   Fred Maxey, Executive Secretary of the Philippine Council, to Edward
     Carter, Mar. 24, 1938, 1p.
   J. H. Bocke to Carter, July 27, 1938, 1p.
   Oral Statements made at the Lee Conference by the Secretary General and the
     Internatiorial  Research  Secretary  regarding  cooperation  and
     correspondence between certain National Councils and the Secretariat,
     2pp.
   Extracts of letter from Jerome D. Greene to Edward C. Carter, dated Aug.
     13, 1938, 2pp.
   Extrracts of letters to Carter and Holland, Oct. 24 - Nov. 22, 1937, 1p.
   Edward C. Carter to Takaki Yasaka, Dec. 1, 1938, 1p.
   Remarks regarding the next I.P.R. conference by the Representatives of the
     Japanese Council, 2pp.
   Yasaka Takaki to Carter, Dec. 31, 1938, 1p.
   Edward C. Carter to Taneo Taketa, Sept. 1, 1938, 1p.
   Taneo Taketa to E. C. Carter, June 2, 1938, 4pp.
   Edward C. Carter to Takeuchi, Dec. 12, 1938, 1p.
   T. Takeuchi to Carter, Nov. 16, 1938, 2pp. [MS]
   T. Takeuchi to Carter, Nov. 16, 1938, 1p. [Copy]
   Agenda of Meeting of Dr. J. W. Dafoe, Edgar J. Tarr and Edward C. Carter,
     at the Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Nov. 12, 1938, 2pp.
   Minutes of Toronto Meeting, Nov. 12, 1938, 5pp.
   Notes of Toronto Meeting, Nov. 12, 1938, 1p.
   Edward C. Carter to Yusuke Tsurumi, Dec. 12, 1938, 1p.
   Yusuke to Edward E. Carter [Sic], Oct. 18, 1938, 1p.
   Yusuke to Ned, Sept. 8, 1938, 3pp. [MS]
   Yusuke to Ned, Sept. 8, 1938, 1p. [Copy]
   Letter to Carter, July 18, 1938, 1p.
   Tadao Yamakawa to Edward C. Carter, Oct. 6, 1938, 1p.
   Edward C. Carter to Tadao Yamakawa, Sept. 12, 1938, 1p.
   Tadao Yamakawa to Carter, July 19, 1938, 3pp.
   Edward C. Carter to Tadao Yamakawa, June 14, 1938, 2pp.
   Edward C. Carter to Tadao Yamakawa, June 9, 1938, 2pp.
   Edward C. Carter to Tadao Yamakawa, Hay 9, 1938, 2pp.
   Telegram from Yamakawa, hy 8, 1938, 1p.
   Edward C. Carter to Tadao Yamakawa, May 5, 1938, 1p.
   Telegram from Carter, May 5, 1938, 2pp.
   Edward C. Carter to Tadao Yamakawa, June 9, 1938, 2pp.
   Edward C. Carter to Nagaharu Yasuo, Oct. 12, 1938, 1p.
   Nagaharu Yasuo to Edward C. Carter, Aug. 30, 1938, 2pp, with which
     enclosed was Shanghai English papers refuting I.P.R. views (as
     published in the New World Sun, San Francisco, Aug. 27, 1938), 1p.
   Carter from NY, July 5, 1938, 2pp.

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Nd-A893
REPORTS, 1937-1939

  Report of the International Secretariat of the I.P.R., i + 57 pp.
    duplicated pp.1-57 of the material under the same title in the volume
      of INTERNATIONAL SECRETARIAT REPORT, PRINCETON, 1938-1939
      (Nd-A896).

  Constitution of the Institute of Pacific Relations, June 1937, 6pp.

  Meeting of the International Research Committee, Princeton, New Jersey,
  Dec. 29, 1938 - Jan. 5, 1939
    duplicated pp.1-107 of the material under the same title in the volume
      of INTERNATIONAL SECRETARIAT REPORT, PRINCETON, 1938-1939
      (Nd-A896).

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Nd-A894
INTERNATIONAL SECRETARIAT INQUIRY, 1938

  International Secretariat Inquiry: Its Origin and Progress, New York:
  International Secretariat, Institute of Pacific Relations, Sept. 30, 1938,
  iv + 48 pp.
    Title page, p.i; Preface, p.ii; Table of Contents, pp.iii-iv.
    Part One: Origin of the Study
      Consultation with National Councils as to the Role of the I.P.R. in
        the War Situation, pp.1-6.
      The Toronto Meeting, pp.6-8.
      The San Francisco Meeting, pp.9-11.
      The Appeal for Funds, p.11.
      Subsequent Developments, pp.12-16.
    Part Two: Organization and Progress of the Study
      Organization,  pp.17-19.
      Work A1ready in Progress, pp.19-23.
    Appendices
      A: Letter transmitting Chatham House proposals regarding agenda of
        next Conference, dated Nov. 18, 1937, 1p.
      B: Letter from Secretary General to the National Secretaries, dated
        Paris, Aug. 30, 1937, 1p.
      C: Cable quoted in Miss Catherine Porter's letter of Sept. 9, 1937,
        1p.
      D: Notes of Decisions at Toronto Meeting, dated Nov. 1, 1937, 3pp.
      E: Confidential letter from Edward C. Carter to consultants, Nov.
        1937, 2pp.
      F: Summary of W. L. Holland's statement at San Francisco meeting,
        regarding consultation with members of the Japanese Council of
        the I.P.R., 1p.
      G: Letter from Dr. Hu Shih to the Secretary General, dated Dec. 31,
        1937, 1p.
      H: Notes of the San Francisco Meting, Jan. 6-1O, 1938, 1p.
      I: Chairman of the Pacific Counci1's circular letter of Feb. 9,
        1938, 2pp.
      J: Cable from Viscount Ishii to J. W. Dafoe, dated Tokyo, June 22,
        1938, 1p.
      K: Letter from Dr. Yamakawa to the Secretary General, dated Tokyo,
        July 19, 1938, 3pp.
      L: Memorandum drafted at Third Lee Conference, dated Aug. 18, 1938,
        5pp.
      M: Attendance at Lee Conferences, 1p.
      N: Description of Secretariat Inquiry, dated June 28, 1938, 2pp.
      0: Tentative Outline for Study of Position of Western Powers in the
        Far East, dated Feb. 15, 1938, 5pp.
      P: Tentative Outline for Study of Conditions Contributing to and
         Arising from the Present Course of Japanese Policy and Possible
         Important Future Developments, dated Sept. 25, 1938, 5pp.
      Q: Tentative Outline for Study of Conditions Contributing to and
         Arising from the Present Course of Chinese Policy and Possible
         Important Future Developments, dated Aug. 22, 1938, 5pp.
      R: Topics in the Field of American Economic Interests in the Far
         East, dated Sept. 16, 1938, 1p.
      R,1: Study of American Educational and Philanthropic Enterprises in
        China as affected by the Sino-Japanese conflict, dated Aug. 8,
        1938, 3pp.
      S: Outline of Proposed Study on Canada and the Pacific, dated June
        9, 1938, 1p.
      T: Table of Contents of La France et L'Extreme Orient, 3pp.

  An Inquiry as to the Issues Facing the Peoples and Governments of the
  Pacific: To be undertaken by the International Secretariat of the Institute
  of Pacific Relations, New York, no date, iii + 73 pp.
    Title page, p.i; Table of Contents, pp.ii-iii.
    I. Sample letter from Edward C. Carter to Consultants, Nov. 27, 1937,
      pp.1-2.
    II.  Replies:
      Canada:
        H. F. Angus, Dec. 10, 1937, p.3.
          Norman MacKenzie, Dec. 2, 1937, p.4.
          Escott Reid, Dec. 13, 1937, p.5.
          F. H. Soward, Dec. 13, 1937, p.6.
        China:
          P. C. Chang, Dec. 11, 1937, p.7.
        France:
          Roger Levy, Dec. 10, 1937, p.8.
        Geneva:
          Lewis L. Lorwin, Dec. 6, 1937, pp.9-10.
      Great Britain:
        J. B. Condliffe, Dec. 1, 1937, p.11.
        David Mitrany, Nov. 23, 1937, pp.12-14.
        Arthur Salter, Dec. 12, pp.15-17.
        R. H. Tawney, Dec. 5, 1937, p.18.
        Arnold J. Toynbee, Nov. 30, 1937, p19.
        G. E. Hubbard, Dec. 17, 1937, p.20.
      United States:
        Carl L. Alsberg, Nov. 23, 1937, p21.
        James W. Angel1, Nov. 30, 1937, p22.
        George H. Blakeslee, Dec. 1, 1937, p.23.
        Isaiah Bowman, Dec. 16, 1937, p.24.
        Kenneth W. Colegrove, Nov. 23, 1937, p25.
        Ada L. Comstock, Nov. 23, 1937, p26.
        Courtenay Crocker, Dec. 22, 1937, p27.
        John W. Davis, Nov. 26, 1937, p.28.
        F. M. Davenport, Nov. 30, 1937, p.29.
        Tyler Donnett, Dec. 1, 1937, p.30.
        Allen W. Dulles, Nov. 22, 1937, p.31.
        John Foster Dulles, Nov. 29, 1937, p.37.
        Frederick S. Dunn, Nov. 27, 1937, p.33.
        Charles B. Fahs, Nov. 27, 1937, pp.34-35.
        Jerome D. Greene, Nov. 23, 1937, p.36.
        Roger S. Greene, Nov. 29, 1937, pp.37-39.
        J. R. Hayden, Dec. 1, 1937, p.40.
        Manley 0. Hudson, Nov. 24, 1937, p.41.
        Philip C. Jessup, Nov. 30, 1937, p.42.
        Arthur G. May, Nov. 26, 1937, p.43.
        Walter H. Mallory, Nov. 23, 1937, pp.44-47.
        Robert A. Millikan, Dec. 2, 1937, p.48.
        John E. Orchard, Dec. 2, 1937, pp.49-50
        Cyrus H. Peake, Nov. 24, 1937, pp.51-52.
        Frank L. Polk, Dec. 8, 1937, p.53.
        Robert T. Pollard, Dec. 7, 1937, pp.54-55.
        Max Radin, Dec. 31, 1937, p.56.
        Carl F. Remer, Nov. 26, 1937, pp.57-59.
        Charles J. Rhoads, Nov. 30, 1937, p.60.
        M. W. Royse, Dec. 7, 1937, p.61.
        Carl O. Sauser, Jan. 1938, pp.62-63.
        James T. Shotwell, Dec. 18, 1937, p.64.
        Robert G. Sprou1, Dec. 4, 1937, p.65.
        Eugene Staley, Dec. 2, 1937, p.66.
        Henry L. Stimson, Nov. 19, 1937, p.67.
        William T. Stone, Nov. 24, 1937, p.68.
        Ray Lyman Wilbur, Dec. 13, 1937, p.69.
        Quincy Wright, Nov. 24, 1937, p.70.
        Owen D. Young, Dec. 7, 1937, p.71.

  III. Oral Consultations
     Canada:
       J. W. Dafoe, p.72.
       George T. Glazebrook, p.72.
       Newton W. Rowell, p.72.
       Edgar J. Tarr, p.72.
     United States:
       Joseph P. Chamberlain, p.72.
       Brooks Emeny, p.72.
       Frank R. McCoy, p.72.
       James G. McDonald, p.72.
     Japan:
       Oral Report Communicated through W. L. Holland, p.73.

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Nd-A895
PACIFIC COUNCIL MINUTES, PRINCETON, 1938-1939

  Meeting of the Pacific Council, The Princeton Inn, Princeton, New Jersey,
  Dec. 29, 1938 - Jan. 5, 1939, ii + 168 pp.
    Table of Contents, pp.i-ii.
    Who's Who of Princeton Meeting, pp.1-8.
    Minutes of First Meeting, The Princeton Inn, Princeton, New Jersey,
      Dec. 29, 1938, 1O:00 - 11:45 a.m., pp.9-12.
    Minutes of Second Meeting, The Princeton Inn, Princeton, New Jersey,
      Dec. 29, 1938, 2:30 - 4:30 p.m., pp.13-18.
    Minutes of Third Meeting, The Princeton Inn, Princeton, New Jersey,
      Dec. 30, 1938, 1O:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., pp.19-24.
    Minutes of Fourth Meeting, The Princeton Inn, Princeton, New Jersey,
      Dec. 30, 1938, 2:30 - 4:30 p.m., pp.25-28.
    Minutes of Fifth Meeting, The Princeton Inn, Princeton, New Jersey,
      Dec. 31, 1938, 1O:30 - 11:40 a.m., pp.29-32.
    Minutes of Sixth Meeting, The Princeton Inn, Princeton, New Jersey,
      Dec. 31, 2:00 - 4:30 p.m., pp.33-37.
    Minutes of Seventh Meeting, The Princeton Inn, Princeton, New Jersey,
      Jan. 1, 1939, 3:30 - 5:30 p.m., pp.38-40.
      Appendix A: Activities of Members of the Secretariat, p.41.
    Minutes of Eighth Meeting, The Princeton Inn, Princeton, New Jersey,
      Jan. 2, 1O:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., pp.42-44.
    Minutes of Ninth Meeting, The Princeton Inn, Princeton, New Jersey,
      Jan. 2, 1939, 2:30 - 4:30 p.m., pp.45-50.
    Minutes of Tenth Meeting, The Princeton Inn, Princeton, New Jersey,
      Jan. 3, 1939, 10:30 am.. - 12:40 p.m., pp.51-54.
    Minutes of Eleventh Meeting, The Princeton Inn, Princeton, New Jersey,
      Jan. 3, 1939, 2:30 - 4:45 p.m., pp.55-58.
    Minutes of Twelveth Meeting, The Princeton Inn, Princeton, New Jersey,
      Jan. 4, 1939, 10:30 a.m. - 12:40 p.m., p.59.
    Minutes of Thirteenth Meeting, The Princeton Inn, Princeton, New
      Jersey, Jan. 4, 1939, 2:40 - 4:20 p.m., pp.60-62.
    Minutes of Fourteenth Meeting, The Princeton Inn, Princeton, New
      Jersey, Jan. 5, 1939, 9:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. pp.63-70.
      Appendix A: Telegrams sent on Jan. 6, 1939, in accordance with the
        decision of the Pacific Council, p.71.
    Letter from Fred Haxey to Edward C. Carter, Oct. 1, 1938, p.72.
    Letter from F. V. Field to Edward C. Carter, Dec. 27, 1938, p.73.
    Statement by Retiring Chairman, J. W. Dafoe, dated Winnipeg, Dec. 29,
      1938,  pp.74-77.
    Proposals regarding Next Conference
      A: American Council, dated Dec. 30, 1938, pp.78-80.
      B: China Council, dated Dec. 30, 1938, p.81.
      C: French Council, dated Dec. 31, 1938, p.82.
      D: Chatham House, no date, pp.83-84.
      E: Japanese Council, no date, p.85.
    Replies to Questionnaires sent to National Councils by the Secretary
      General, pp.86-92.
    Letter from Edward C. Carter to the Members of the Pacific Council,
      Dec. 28, 1938, p.93.
    Letter from Kenzo Takayanagi to J. W. Dafoe, July 26, 1938, pp.94-98.
    Statement read by Dr. Y. Takaki at the request of Mr. Tarr at the
      afternoon session Dec. 31, 1938, re the International Secretariat
      Inquiry,  pp.99-104.
    Letters from A. V. Alexander to J. W. Dafoe and K. Takayanagi, Dec. 1,
      1938,  pp.105-108.
    Statement of the American Council's attitude on certain questions
      likely to arise at the meetings of the Pacific Council and
      International Research Committee, Dec. 1938 - Jan. 1939, dated Dec.
      28, 1938, pp.109-116.
    Correspondence between Japanese Council and Secretary General regarding
      the Inquiry, pp.116-131.
      Copy of letter from A. Saionji to Edward C. Carter, Apr. 5, 1938,
        pp.116-117.
      Copy of letter from Edward C. Carter to Kinkazu Saionji, May 9,
        1938,  pp.118-120.
      Copy of letter from Edward C. Carter to Tadao Yamakawa, May 5,
        1938,  pp121-122.
      Copy of letter from Edward C. Carter to Tadao Yamakawa, June 9,
        1938,  pp.123-124.
      Copy of letter from Edward C. Carter to Viscount Kikujiro Ishii,
        June 30, 1938, pp.125-128.
      Copy of letter from Tadao Yamakawa to Edward C. Carter, July 19,
        1938,  pp129-131.
    Proposed Resolution on Inquiry (Greene's draft), Jan. 2, 1938, p132.
    Proposed Resolution on Inquiry (Steward's draft), Jan. 2, 1938, p.133.
    Proposed Resolution on Inquiry (joint), no date, p.134.
    Draft Resolution (Alsberg), no date, p.135.
    (Revised) Draft Foreword for Studies issued in connection with the
      Inquiry, Jan. 3, 1939, pp.136-137.
    Japan and the Far Eastern Conflict, signed by Y. Takaki, and dated Jan.
      2, 1939, pp.138-148.
    U.S.S.R. Council Reply to Questionnaire, Jan. 3, 1939, pp.149-151.
    Communication to Pacific Council from E.C.C., pp.152-153.
      Copy of letter from Edward C. Carter to the Chairman of the Pacific
        Council, Jan. 2, 1939, p.152.
      Copy of letter from Yasaka Takaki to Carter, Dec. 31, 1938, p.153.
    Suggestions with regard to Next Conference, p.154.
    Report of Finance Committee to Pacific Council, pp.155-158.
    Report of Budget Committee to the Pacific Council re Publications,
      p.159.
    Reso1utions for the consideration of the Pacific Council, p.160.
    Report of the International Research Committee to the Pacific Council,
      pp.161-164.

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Nd-A896
ITERNATIONAL SECRETARIAT REPORT, PRINCETON, 1938-1939
  Report of the International Secretariat of the I.P.R., i + 57 pp.
    Table of Contents, p.i.
    Date, Place and Program of the Next I.P.R. Conference, pp.1-4.
      The International Research Program 1936-1938, pp.5-11.
      The International Secretariat Inquiry, p.12.
      Function of the International Secretariat, pp.12-13.
      Movements of Members of the Secretariat, pp.14-17.
      Pacific Council Library, p.18.
      Finance,  pp.19-21.
      Relations with Other Organizations
        The International Studies Conference, p.22.
      Relations with Non-Member Coutries
        Latin America, p.22.
      The Publication Program
        General,  pp.23-25.
        Pacific Affairs, pp.25-30.
      Appendices
        A: Program for the 1939 Conference - Yosemite Recommendations,
          p.31.
        B: Letter from the Secretary General, dated Tokyo, Apr. 24, 1937,
          p.32.
        C: Chatham House Memorandum, dated Nov. 18, 1937, p.33.
        D: Classified List of International Research Projects, 1936-38,
          pp.34-44.
        E: Financial Statements for Jan. 1 - Sept. 30, 1938, pp.45-49.
          General Purposes Account, pp.45-46.
          International Research Fund, pp.47-48.
          International Secretariat Inquiry, p.49.
        F: Extract from Report of International Secretariat, 1933-36, p.50.
        G: Financial Statements for Jan. 1 - Dec. 31, 1938, pp.51-55.
          General Purposes Account, pp.51-52.
          International Research Fund, pp.53-54.
          International Secretariat Inquiry, p.55.
        H: Analysis of Pacific Council Receipts and Expenditures, 1932-38,
          pp.56-57.
  Meeting of the International Research Committee, Princeton, New Jersey,
  Dec. 29, 1938 - Jan. 5, 1939
    Minutes of First Meeting of the International Research Committee, the
      Princeton Inn, Princeton, New Jersey, Dec. 31, 1938, 11:30 a.m. -
      12:30 p.m., pp.58-61.
    Minutes of Second Meeting of the International Research Committee, the
      Princeton Inn. Princeton, New Jersey, Jan. 2, 1939, 8:30  - 10:30
      p.m.,  pp.62-66.
    Minutes of Third Meeting of the International Research Committee, the
      Princeton Inn, Princeton, New Jersey, Jan. 3, 1939, 8:30 - 1O:15
      p.m.,  pp.67-70.
    Minutes of Fourth Meeting of the International Research Committee, the
      Princeton Inn, Princeton, New Jersey, Jan. 4, 1939, 8:30 - 9:30
      p.m.,  pp.71-73.
    A Report of the Japanese Council to the International Research
      Committee on Progress of the International Research Program, Dec.
      8, 1938, pp.74-82
    Proposal for a Booklet on Comparative Colonial Administration and
      Economic Development in Dependent Territories of the Pacific, Dec.
      29, 1938, pp.84-89.
    Report from the Research Committee, Canada Institute of International
      Affairs, to the International Research Committee, Institute of
      Pacific Relations, Dec. 23, 1938, pp.90-93.
    Report to the International Research Committee on American Council
      Research, 1936-38, Dec. 28, 1938, pp.94-98.
    Proposed Addition to the Secretariat Report on the International
      Research Program, 1936-1938, no date, p.99.
    Notes on a Study of Colonial Problems in the Pacific Area (Prepared for
      the I.P.R. Secretariat by Karl I. Paltzer), pp.l00-107.
    Interim Report of the International Research Committee to the Pacific
      Council,  pp.108-110.

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Nd-A897
PACIFIC COUNCIL DOCUMENTS AND MINUTES, PRINCETON, 1939

  duplicated pp.74-110 of the Meeting of the International Research
    Committee, Princeton, New Jersey, Dec. 29, 1938 - Jan. 5, 1939 in the
    volume of INTERNATIONAL SECRETARIAT REPORT, PRINCETON, 1938-1939
    (Nd-A896).

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Nd-A898
PACIFIC COUNCIL DOCUMENTS AND MINUTES, VIRGINIA BEACH, 1939

  Minutes of Meeting, the Pacific Council, The Cavalier Hote1, Virginia Beach,
    Virginia, Dec. 3, 1939, 10:15 d 10:30 a.m., 1p.
  Tentative Agenda for Pacific Council meetings, 1p.
  The International Research Program, Jan. - Nov. 1939, 7pp.
    Appendix A: Principal Reports Recently Published, 6pp.
  Pacific Affairs Distribution, 1p.
  Pacific Council of the Institute of Pacific Relations, Statement of
    Receipts and Expenditures, General Purposes Account Jan. 1 to Nov. 30,
    1939, 4pp.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Report on Examination of
    Cash Records, June 30, 1939, 6pp.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, International Secretariat
    Inquiry, Report on Examination of Cash Records, June 30, 1939, 3pp.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Report on Examination of
    Cash Records, Dec. 31, 1938, 7pp.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, International Secretariat
    Inquiry, Report on Examination of Cash Records for the Period Mar. 7,
    1938 to Dec. 31, 1938, 3pp.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Proposed Expenditure
    Budget for 1940, 1p.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Estimated Receipts 1940,
    1p.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, International Secretariat
    Inquiry, Receipts and Expenditure, Dec. 1, 1939 to May 31, 1940, 1p.
  The International Research Program, Jan. - Nov. 1939, 7pp.
    Appendix A: Principal Reports Recently Published, 6pp.
  Report to the International Research Committee on American Council Research
    and Publications, 1939, 3pp.
  International Research Committee, Provisional Agenda, 1p.
  Supplementary Statement on International Investment in the Far East, by C.
    F. Remer, 5pp.
  Report of the International Research Committee, Virginia Beach, Dec. 4,
    1939, 2pp.
  International Research Committee, Minutes of First Meeting, Cavalier Hotel,
    Virginia Beach, Virginia, Dec. 3, 1939, 8:30 - 10:30 p.m., 4pp.
  International Research Committee, Minutes of Second Meeting, Cavalier
    Hotel, Virginia Beach, Virginia, Dec. 4, 1939, 4:00 - 5:45 p.m., 4pp.
  International Research Comittee, Minutes of Third Meeting, Cavalier Hotel,
    Virginia Beach, Virginia, Dec. 4, 1949 [Sic], 11:45 a.m. - 12:05 p.m.,
    1p.
  Report of the International Research Committee, Virginia Beach, Virginia,
    Dec. 4, 1939, 2pp.
  
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Nd-A899
PACIFIC COUNCIL DOCUMENTS AND MINUTES, MONT TREMBLANT, 1942

  Institute of Pacific Relations, Mont Tremblant Meetings of the Pacific
  Council, International Research Committee, International Finance Committee,
  1942, i + 45 pp.
    Table of Contents, p.i.
    Pacific Council (old)
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Mont Tremblant, Quebec,
        Canada, Dec. 8, 1942, 2:30 - 3:15 p.m., pp.1-2.
        Appendix A: Committee Assignments, p.3.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Mont Tremblant, Quebec,
        Canada, Dec. 9, 1942, 12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m., p.4.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Mont Tremblant, Quebec,
        Canada, Dec. 12, 1942, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon, pp.5-7.
        Appendix A: Proposed Revision of 1942 Budget, pp.8-9.
        Appendix B: Proposed 1943 Budget, pp.10-12.
        Appendix C: Letter to Dr. Philip C. Jessup from K. C. Li, dated
          Mont Tremblant, Dec. 12, 1942, p.13.
      Pacific Council (new)
        Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Mont Tremblant, Quebec,
          Canada, Dec. 12, 1942, 12:00 noon - 12:45 p.m., p.14.
          Appendix A: Constitution of the Institute of Pacific Relations,
             pp.15-20.
        Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Mont Tremblant, Quebec,
          Canada, Dec. 14, 1942, pp.21-25.
          Appendix A: Report of the International Research Committe to
            the Pacific Council, pp.26-27.
      International Research Committee
        Minutes of a Meeting of the International Research Committee, Mont
          Tremblant, Quebec, Canada, Dec 9, 1942, 2:30 - 3:30 p.m., p28.
        Report of the Research Secreatry on the IPR Research Program,
          1940-42,  pp.29-32.
          Appendix A: International Research Account, Jan. 1 - Nov. 30,
            1942, p.33; Inquiry Account, Jan. 1 - Nov. 30, 1942, p.34.
          Appendix B: Classified List of IPR Research Publications,
            pp.35-37.
        Minutes of a Meeting of the International Research Comittee, Mont
          Tremblant, Quebec, Canada, Dec. 11, 1942, 2:30 - 3:30 p.m.,
          pp.38-40.
        Minutes of a Meeting of the International Research Committee, Mont
          Tremblant, Quebec, Canada, Dec. 13, 1942, 2.30 - 3:30 p.m.,
          pp.41-42.
      International Finance Committee
        Minutes of Meeting of International Finance Committee, Mont
          Tremblant, Quebec, Canada, Dec. 9, 1942, 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.,
          p.43.
        Minutes of Meeting of International Finance Committee, Mont
          Tremblant, Quebec, Canada, Dec. 1O, 1942, 2:30   3:30 p.m.,
          pp.44-45.

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 Nd-A900
 PACIFIC COUNCIL REPORTS MINUTES AND DOCUMENTS, ATLANTIC CITY, 1944

   [The following materials are originally to be continued to asterisk (*).]
        "American Cooperation in Post-War Educational Reconstruction in
          the Far East," by Harriet L. Moore, Jan. 1944, [pp.9-11].
      E: 1945 Draft Agenda, Institute of Pacific Relations Conference, Hotel
        Claridge, Atlantic City, New Jersey, pp.143-144.
      F: Draft Report of the International Research Committee to the Pacific
        Council,  pp.145-146.
      G: Report of Sub-committee on Drafting 1944 Budget, pp.147-151.
      H: International Research Committe Minutes.
        Minutes of Meeting of International Research Committee, Atlantic
          City, New Jersey, Jan. 12, 1944, 12:45 - 2:30 p.m., pp.152-155.
        Minutes of Meeting of International Research Committee, Atlantic
          City, New Jersey, Jan. 12, 1944, 8:40 - 1O:30 p.m., pp.156-160.
      I: Printed National Council Reports.
        Royal Institute of International Affairs, Annual Report of the
          Council, 1942-1943, p.161 [ii + 58 pp.].
        Report on the Work of the Canadian Institute of International
          Affairs, 1942-1943, p.162 [46pp.].
        "IPR in Wartime," American Council of the Institute of Pacific
          Relations, p.163 [lack].
      J: "Peace Terms for Japan," first draft by T. A. Bisson, 1944,
        pp.164-179.
      K: "The Treatment of Japan," by William C. Johnstone, 1944, pp.180-187.
      L: Revised Who's Who of the Interim Meeting of the Pacific Council of
        the Institute of Pacific Relations, Hotel Claridge, Atlantic City,
        New Jersey, Jan. 10-16, 1944, pp.188-194.
      V: Recorders Notes - General Sessions:
        Recorders Notes of first General Session, Jan. 1O, 1944, 1O:00 a.m. -
          12:30 p.m, by Rose Yardumian and Frances Friedman, pp.195-205.
        Recorders Notes of Round Table I: United States Policy in the Pacific,
          Jan. 11, 1944, 9:30 a.m., - 12:30 p.m., by Ralph J. Bunche,
          Catherine Porter, and Daniel Hong Lew, Frances Friedman,
          pp.206-228.
        Recorders Notes of Round Table II: British Policy in the Pacific, Jan.
          11, 1944, 2:30 - 5:30 p.m., by Hsiao-tung Fei, Rose Yardumian, and
          Harriet Parker, Catherine Porter, pp.229-243.
        Recorders Notes of Round III: Chinese Policy in the Pacific, Jan. 12,
          1944, 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., by T. A. Bisson, Daniel Hong Lew, and
          Harriet Parker, Rose Yardumian, pp.244-261 [lack of p.248].
        Recorders Notes of Round Table IV: The Future of Japan, Jan. 12, 1944,
          2:30 - 5:30 p.m., by Ralph J. Bunche, Hsiao-tung Fei, and Alice D.
          Carter, Rose Yardumian, pp.262-279.
        Recorders Notes of Round Table V-A: Future of Pre-War Dependent Areas,
          Jan. 13, 1944, 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., by T. A. Bisson, Rose
          Yardumian, and E. B. Rogers, Edith Field, pp.280-296.
        Recordes Notes of Round Table V-B: Economic Development of the Pacific
          countries, Jan. 13, 1944, 2:30 - 5:30 p.m., by Wilma Fairbank,
          Daniel Hong Lew, and Hsiao-tung Fei, Harriet Parker, pp.297-311.
        Recorders Notes of Round Table V-C: The Problem of Security in the
          Pacific, Jan. 14, 1944, 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., by E. B. Rogers,
          Harriet Parker, and John & Wilma Fairbank, Hsiao-tung Fei,
          pp.312-329.
        Recorders Notes of Discussion of Draft Agenda, Jan. 14, 1944, 2:30 -
          5:30 p.m., by Ralph J. Bunche, Daniel Hong Lew, and Frances
          Friedman, Rose Yardumian, pp.330-348.
        Recorders Notes of last General Session, Jan. 14, 1944, 8:30 - 10:30
          p.m., by Harriet Parker, and Daniel Hong Lew, Frances Friedman,
          pp.349-357.
    VI. Recorders Notes - Executive Sessions
        Recorders Notes of Pacific Council Minutes, Jan. 1O, 1944, 9:30 - 10:15
          a.m., pp. 358-362.
        Reorders Notes of Pacific Council Minutes, Jan. 1O, 1944, 2:30 - 5:00
          p.m.,  pp.363-373.
        Recorders Notes of Pacific Council Minutes, Jan. 11, 1944, 8:30 - 1O:30
          p.m.,  pp.374-383.
        Recorders Notes of Pacific Council Minutes, Jan. 15, 1944, 10:00 a.m. -
          12:45 p.m., pp.384-394.
        Recorders Notes of Pacific Council Minutes, Jan. 15, 1944, 2:30 - 5:30
          p.m.,  pp.395-408.
        Recorders Notes of Pacific Council Minutes, Jan. 15, 1944, 9:00 - 10:00
          a.m.,  pp.409-412.
  Table of Contents, p.i-ii.
    I. Time Table of Sessions, p.2.
    II. General Sessions:
      Summary of first General Session, Jan. 1O, 1944, 10:00 a.m. - 12:30
        p.m., Hotel Claridge, Atlantic City, pp.3-8.
      Rapporteur's Report on Round Table I: United States Policy in the
        Pacific,  pp.9-11.
        Chairman - Lord Hailey; Rapporteur - J. B. Condliffe.
      Rapporteur's Report on Round Table II: British Policy in the Pacific,
        pp.12-16.
        Chairman - Kan Lee; Rapporteur - W. L. Holland.
      Rapporteur's Report on Round Table III: Chinese Policy in the Pacific,
        pp.17-18.
        Chairman - H. F. Angus; Rapporteur - W. C. Johnstone.
      Rapporteur's Report on Round Table IV: The Future of Japan, pp.19-20.
        Chairman - Philip C. Jessup; Rapporteur - Frederick V. Field.
      Rapporteur's Report on Round Table V-A: The Future of Pre-War Dependent
        Areas,  pp. 21 -23.
        Chairman - Sir Frederick Whyte; Rapporteur - Ralph Bunche.
      Rapporteur's Report on Round Table V-B: Economic Development of the
        Pacific Countries, pp.24-26.
        Chairman - Sir Frederick Whyte; Rapporteur - Allan G. B. Fisher.
      Rapporteurs Report on Round Table V-C: The Problem of Security in the
        Pacific,  pp.27-29.
        Chairman - Sir Frederick Whyte; Rapporteur - Prof. Edgar Mclnnis.
      Summary of last General Session, Jan. 14, 1944, 8:30 - 10:30 p.m.,
        pp.30-35.
  III. Executive Sessions
    Letter from Edward C. Carter to the Officers and Hembers of the Pacific
      Council; to the National Secretaries, Feb. 28, 1944, lp.
    Letter from Kan Lee to W. L. Holland, Feb. 23, 1944, 1p.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
      Jan. 1O, 1944, 9:30 - 1O:15 a.m., pp.36-38.
    Miinutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
      Jan. 10, 1944, 2:30 - 5:00 p.m., pp.39-43.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
      Jan. l1, 1944, 8:30 - 10:30 p.m., pp.44-52.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
      Jan. 15, 1944, lO:00 a.m. - 12:45 p.m., pp.53-58.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
      Jan. 15, 1944, 2:30 - 5:30 p.m., pp.59-64.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
      Jan. 15, 1944, 9:00 - 10:00 p.m., pp.65-68.
    Minutes of Meeting of International Finance Committee, Atlantic City,
      New Jersey, Jan. 15, 1944, 9:45 - 10:00 a.m., p.69.
    Minutes of Meeting of International Finance Committee, Atlantic City,
      New Jersey, Jan. 15, 1944, 8:30 - 9:00 p.m., p.70.
  IV. Appendices
    A: Draft Administrative Program, pp.71-74.
    B: Letter from Edward C. Carter to Syngman Rhee, Jan. 11, 1944, p.75.
    C: New Tentative Agenda, Oct. 10, 1943, pp.76-77.
    D-A: Interim Report of the International Secretariat, pp.78-114.
      Title page and Table of Contents, [p.i-iii]
      I. Introduction, [p.1].
      II. National Councils, [pp.2-11].
        Australia,  [p.2].
        Canada,  [pp.2-3].
        China,  [pp.3-6].
        Fighting France, [p.6].
        Netherlands - Netherlands Indies, [pp.6-7].
        New Zealand, [p.7].
        The Philippines, [p.7].
        Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, [pp.8-9].
        United Kingdom, [pp.9-10].
        United States, [pp.10-11].
      III. Relations with Non-Member Countries, [pp.12-13]
      IV. The International Research Program, [pp.14-22]
      V. I.P.R. Publintions, [p.23].
      VI. Pacific Affairs, [p.23].
      VII. Secretariat Staff, [pp.24-25].
      VIII Office Accomodation, [pp.26-27].
      IX. Plans for 1945 Conference, [p.28].
      X. Future Tasks and Opportunities, [p.29].
      Appendices
        A: Recent Completed and Current Projects in the I.P.R.
          International Research Program, 1943-1944, [pp.30-33].
        B: Pacific Affairs Distribution, [p.34]
    D-B: Report of the Chairman of the International Finance Committee,
      pp.115-130.
      Report of the Chairman of the International Finance Committee,
        [pp.35-36].
      Appendices
        A: Auditor's Report for the year 1943
          Pacific Council General Purposes Account, [pp.37-41].
          International Research Fund, [p.42]
          International Secretariat Inquiry Account, [pp.43-45].
        B: Financial Statements for the year 1943
          Pacific Council General Purposes Account, [pp.46-47].
          International Research Fund, [pp.48-49].
          International Secretariat Inquiry Account, [p.50].
    D-C: Supplementary National Council Reports, pp.131-142.
      Report of the Secretary of the Netherlands - Netherlands Indies
        Council of the Institute of Pacific Relations for the
        period of its Re-establishment in New York in 1942 to Dec.
        31, l943, [pp.1-2].
      Research Committee, [pp.3-4].
      Supplementary Report of the Canadian Institute of International
        Affairs, Canadian Institute of the Institute of Pacific
        Relations, concerning the period July 1 to Dec. 31, 1943,
        [p.5].
      Addenda to the Report, IPR in Wartime, [pp.6-8].
      (*)

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  Edward C. Carter to the Officers and Members of the Pacific Council; to the
    Chairmen of the International Committees; to the National Secretaries,
    Aug. 1, 1945, 1p.
  Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Hot Springs, Virginia, Jan. 5,
    1945, 10:45 a.m. - 12:l5 p.m., 3pp.
    Appendix A: Institute of Pacific Relations, International Secretariat
      Report, Jan. 1945, iii + 32 pp.
      Title page and Table of Contents, p.i-iii.
      A: Interim Report of the Secretary-General, pp.1-l6.
        I. Introduction, pp.1-4.
        II. National Councils, pp.4-5.
          A. General, pp.4-5.
          B.  U.S.S.R.,  p.5.
        III. Relations with Non-Member Countries, pp.6-9.
          Chile,  p.6.
          India,  pp.6-9.
          Korea, p.9.
          Mexico,  p.9.
          Thailand,  p.9.
        IV. Relations with Other International Organizations, p.10.
        V. Relations with Scientific and Educational Foundations, p.10.
        VI. IPR Publications, p.10.
        VII. Pacific Affairs, p.ll.
        VIII. Secretariat Staff, pp.l2-14.
        IX. Office Accomodation, p.15.
        X. The 1945 Conference, pp.15-16.
      B: Interim Report of the International Secretariat Inquiry,
        pp.17-32.
        I. Introduction, pp.17-18.
        II. National Councils Research, pp.18-22.
          Australian Institute, p.18.
          Canadian Institute, p.18.
          China Institute, pp.18-19.
          French Committee, p.20.
          Netherlands - Netherlands Indies Council, p.20.
          New Zealand Council, p.20.
          Philippine Council, pp.20-21.
          Royal Institute, p.21.
          American Council, pp,2l-22.
          International Secretariat Projects, p.22.
        III. Future Developments in I.P.R. Research, pp.23-24.
        IV. Possible New Studies, pp.24-27.
        V. Classified List of Projects in the I.P.R., International
          Research Program l944, pp.28-32.
          A. Studies Published Since Jan. 1944, p.28.
          B. Studies in Press, p.29.
          C. Studies Completed and Being Prepared for Publication,
             pp.29-30.
          D. Other Studies in Progress, pp.30-32.
  Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Hot Springs, Virginia, Jan. 7,
    1945, 2:15 - 4:30 p.m., 3pp.
  Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Hot Springs, Virginia, Jan. 9,
    1945, 2:30 - 3:30 p.m., lp.
    Appendix A: Report of the Chairman of the International Finance
      Committee to the Pacific Council, Hot Springs, Virginia, l4pp.
  Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Hot Springs, Virginia, Jan. 10,
    l945, 12:55 - 1:00 p.m., 1p.
  Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Hot Springs, Virginia, Jan. 18,
    1945, ll:15 a.m. - 12:45 p.m., lp.
  Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Hot Springs, Virginia, Jan. 18,
    1945, 3:10 - 5:00 p.m., 4pp.
  Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Hot Springs, Virginia, Jan. 19,
    1945, 10..30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m., 4pp.
    Appendix A: Report of the International Finance Committee, Jan. 18,
      1945, 9pp.
    Appendix B: Report of the International Research Committee to the
      Pacific Council, Jan. 1945, 5pp.
  Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Hot Springs, Virginia, Jan. l9,
    1945, 2:30 - 5:00 p.m., 5pp.

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  PACIFIC COUNCIL MINUTES AND DOCUMENTS, ATLANTIC CITY, 1946

    Institute of Pacific Relations, Minutes of Pacific Council Meetings,
    Atlantic City, New Jersey, Jan. 26-3l, 1946
      Title page, p.i.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
        Jan. 26, 1946, 3:l5 - 5:30 p.m., 6pp.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
        Jan. 27, l946, 10:00 a.m. - l2:30 p.m., 5pp.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
        Jan. 27, 1946, 3:15 - 5:30 p.m., 3pp.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
        Jan. 27, l946, 8:30 - 9:30 p.m., 3pp.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
         Jan. 27, l946, 10:20 - lO:45 p.m., 1p.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Couni1, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
        Jan. 28, 1946, lO:15 a.m. - 12:l5 p.m., 3pp.
        Appendix A: Memorandum from the Executive Committee of the American
          Council, Jan. 25, l946, 1p.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
        Jan. 28, 1946, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m., 5pp.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
        Jan. 28, 1946, 8:30 - 10:00 p.m., 2pp.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
        Jan. 28, l946, 10:05 - 10:35 p.m., 2pp.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
        Jan. 29, 1946, 3:00 - 5:30 p.m., 2pp.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
        Jan. 29, 1946, 8:45 - 9:30 p.m., lp.
      Minutes of Beeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
        Jan. 30, 1946, l1:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., 2pp.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
        Executive Session, Jan. 30, 1946, 5:30 p.m., 3pp.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
        Jan. 31, l946, 3:l5 - 5:30 p.m., 6pp.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Atlantic City, New Jersey,
        Jan. 31, 1946, 8:45 - lO:00 p.m., 2pp.

  Institute of Pacific Relations, Documents presented at the Pacific Council
  Meetings, Atlantic City, Jan. 26-31, l946
    Title page, p.i; Table of Contents, p.ii.
    Attendance, Pacific Council, Atlantic City, Jan. 26-31, 1946, 1p.
    Staff Assignments, Pacific Council, Atlantic City, Jan. 26 - Feb. 1,
      1946, lp.
    Tentative Time Table, Pacific Council, Atlantic City, Jan. 26 - Feb. 1,
      1946, lp.
    Revised Draft Agenda for the Meeting of the Pacific Council, Institute
      of Pacific Relations, Jan. 26 - Feb. 1, 1946, 3pp.
    Constitution of the Institute of Pacific Relations, June 10, l943, 6pp.
    General Information, Pacific Council, Atlantic City, Jan. 26 - Feb. 1,
      l946, 1p.
    Tentative Seating Arrangements, Pacific Council, Atlantic City, Jan. 26
      - Feb. 1, 1946, 1p.
    Revised Time Table, Pacific Council, Atlantic City, Jan. 28-30, 1946,
      lp.
    Report of the Research Standards Committee (Revised), Jan. 28, 1946,
      12:30 - 3:00 p.m., 2pp.
    Time Table, Pacific Council, Atlantic City, Jan. 29-31, 1946, 1p.
    Interim Report of the International Research Committee to the Pacific
      Council, Jan. 29, 1946, 10:00 a.m. - l2:00 noon, 3pp.
    Preliminary Report of the International Programme Committee to the
      Pacific Council, Jan. 29, 1946, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon, 3pp.
    Interim Report of the International Research Committee to the Pacific
      Council, Jan. 29, 1946, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon, 2pp.
    Report of the International Programme Committee to the Pacific Council
      (Revised), Jan. 29, 1946, 10:00 a.m. - l2:00 noon, 3pp.
    Report of the International Finance Committee to the Pacific Council
      (Revised), Jan. 30, 1946, 2pp.
    Report of the International Research Committee to the Pacific Council
      (final revision), Jan. 31, 1946, 5pp.
     "Australia," memorandum by P. D. Phillips, Chairman of Commonwealth
       Council,  A.I.I.A.,  8pp.
    Report on the Meeting of the National Secretaires (or their
      representatives) of the Institute of Pacific Relations, Atlantic
      City, New Jersey, Jan. 31, 1946, 4pp.
     Report of the Sub-Committee Drafting the 1946 Budget, 9pp.

  Institute of Pacific Relations, Reports of the International Secretariat
  and the Chairman of the International Finance Committee, presented to the
  Pacific Council and its Committees, Atlantic City, New Jersey, Jan. 26-31,
  1946.
    Volume I: Reports of the Secretary-General (Revised), the Editor of
      Pacific Affairs, and the Librarian, Jan. l946, iv + 78 pp.
      Title page, p.i; Table of Contents, pp.ii-iv.
      I. Introduction, pp.1-2.
      II. The National Councils, pp.3-5.
      III. Relations to Scholars and Organizations in Non-Member
        Countries,  pp.6-13.
          Burma, p.6.
          India,  pp.6-10.
          Japan,  pp.ll-12.
          Korea, p.12.
          Mexico,  pp.12-13.
          Thailand,  p.13.
      IV. Relations with Official International Organizations, p.14.
      V. Relations with Scientific and Educational Foundations, p.15.
      VI. Relations with Governments, pp16-l7.
      VII. The International Secretariat, pp.18-27.
          Present Memberrship, pp.18-19.
          Duration of Appointments, pp.19-20.
          On Leave, pp.20-21.
          Staff Notes, p.21.
          Staff Training, pp.21-22.
          The Future of the Secretariat, pp.22-25.
          Some Former Secretariat Members, pp.26-27.
      VIII. The Secretariat Library, pp.28-29.
      IX. Publications, p.30.
      X. Pacific Affairs, pp.31-33.
      XI. Language, p.34.
      XII. The International Conferences, pp.35-41.
          Objectives,  pp.35-37.
          Organization,  p.38.
          Preparation and Administration, p.38.
          Function of Round Table Officers, p.39.
          Conference Report, p.39.
          Place of the Next Conference, p.40.
          The Press, pp.40-41.
          Conference Results, p.41.
      XIII. Public Relations, p.42.
      XIV. Finance, pp.43-45.
          General,  pp.43-45.
          Retirement Fund, p.45.
      XV. Creating an Atmosphere for Freer Scholarship, pp.46-49.
      Appendices
        National  Councils
          A: Letter from Jose P. Apostol to the Secretary General,
            dated Manila, Sept. lO, 1945, pp.50-51.
          B: Extracts of letter from G. R. Powles to H. Belshaw,
            dated Sept. l5, l945, pp.52-53.
        Non-Member Countries
          C: Suggested Criteria for the Admission of New National
            Councils, Dec. 10, l942, p.54.
          D: Letter from Tomohiko Ushiba to E. C. Carter, dated
            Tokyo, Oct. 27, l945, p.55.
          E: Letter from Matsuhei Matsuo to Edward C. Carter, dated
            Tokyo, Oct. 20, l945, pp.56-58.
        Pacific  Affairs
          F: Distribution as of Jan. 1, 1946, p.59; Circulation,
            1934-1945, p.60 [1ack]; Receipts and Expenditures,
            l933-1945,  p.61.
        The International Conferences
          G: Yosemite Conference Round Tables - Functions of
            Chairmen, Associate Chairmen, General and Deputy
            Rapporteurs, Secretaries and Recorders, pp.62-65.
          H: Instructions to Recorders at the Hot Springs Conference
            of the Institute of Pacific Relations, Dec. 1, 1944,
            pp.66-67.
          I: Report of the International Programme Committee and
            Subsequent Discussion by the Pacific Council - Hot
            Springs, Jan. 19, l945, pp.68-69.
          J: Summary of Sir Andrew McFadyean's Comments made at the
            Pacific Council Meeting at Hot Springs, Jan. l9, l945,
            pp.70-71.
          K: Proposals for the 10th Conference of the Institute of
            Pacific Relations, Oct. lO, 1945, pp.72-75.
        Public  Relations
          L: Distribution of IPR Pubhcations and Public Relations
            Policy,  pp.76-78.
  Volume II: Report of the International Research Secretary, Jan. l946,
    iv + 53 pp.
    Title page, p.i; Table of Contents, pp.ii-iv.
    I. General, p.1.
    II. National Counci1's Research, pp.2-7.
      American Council, p.2.
      Australian Institute, p.3.
      Canadian Institute, pp.3-4.
      China Council, p.4.
      French Committee, p.4.
      Netherlands - Netherlands Indies Counci1, p.4.
      New Zealand Institute, p.5.
      Philippine Council, p.5.
      Royal Institute, pp.5-6.
      U.S.S.R. Council,  p.6.
      International Secretariat, pp.6-7.
    III. Future Developments in IPR Research, pp.8-14.
      Objectives of Research Policy, pp.8-9.
      Types of Studies, pp.9-10.
      Research Functions of International Secretariat, pp.10-ll.
      Some Deductions from the Above, pp.ll-12.
      Difficulties Inherent in the Organization of the Institute,
        p.12.
      Suggestiorus for Consideration, pp13-14.
    IV. Suggestions for a Future Programme, pp.15-21.
      A. Studies in Progress, p.16.
        1. Collective Security in the Pacific, p.16.
        2. Progress towards Self-Government in Dependent Areas,
          p.16.
      B. Projects in New Fields, pp.16-20.
        1. Reconstruction Programmes in Pacific Countries,
           pp.16-l7.
           Suggestions
             (a) The Philippines, p.17.
             (b) Pacific Islands, pp.17-18.
             (c) New Zealand, p.18.
             (d) The Role of Manchuria in Chinese
                 Reconstruction, p.18.
             (e) Korea, p.18.
        2. Development of Public Administration and Recruitment and
           Training of Administration and Technical Personnel,
           pp.18-19.
        3. Japan, p.19.
        4. Supplementary, pp.19-20.
        Estimate of Costs, p.21.
      Appendix I: Status of Publications and Projects, pp.22-29.
      Appendix II: International Research Committee, Recommended
        Allocation of Research Funds, 1945, p.30.
      Appendix Ill: Research Project - Security in the Pacific, June 21,
        1945, pp.31-39.
      Appendix IV: Research Project - Progress towards self-governments
        in dependent areas, July 30, l945, pp.40-42.
      Appendix V: Research Reports of National Councils, pp.43-53.
        A. American Council, Nov. 9, 1945, p.43.
        B. Canadian Institute, no date, pp.44-46.
        C. China Council, no date, p.47.
        D. Royal Institute, Nov. 13, l945, pp.48-53.
  Volume III: Report of the Chairman of the International Finance
    Committee, including the Assistant Treasurer's statements and
    Auditor's Reports, Jan. 1946, i + 15 pp.

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  duplicated the material under the title of Institute of Pacific Relations,
    Report of the International Secretariat and the Chairman of the
    International Finance Committee, presented to the Pacific Council and
    its Committees, Atlantic City, New Jersey, Jan. 26-31, l946, Volume II:
    Report of the International Research Secretary, Jan. 1946, in the
    volume of PACIFIC COUNCIL MINUTES AND DOCUMENTS, ATLANTIC CITY, l946
    (Nd-A902).

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REPORTS, 1946

  Institute of Pacific Relations, Reports of the International Secretariat
  and the Chairman of the International Finance Committee, presented to the
  Pacific Council and its Committees, Atlantic City, New Jersey, Jan. 26-31,
  1946
    duplicated the material under the same title in the volume of PACIFIC
    COUNCIL MINUTES AND DOCUMENTS, ATLANTIC CITY, 1946 (Nd-A902).

  Edward C. Carter to the Officers and Members of the Pacific Council; to the
    National Secretaries, Feb. 28, 1946, 2pp.

  Institute of Pacific Relations, Minutes of Pacific Council Meetings,
  Atlantic City, New Jersey, Jan. 26-31, 1946
    duplicated the material under the same title in the volume of PACIFIC
    COUNCIL MINUTES AND DOCUMENTS, ATLANTIC CITY, l946 (Nd-A902).

  Institute of Pacific Relations, Documents presented at the Pacific Council
  Meetings, Atlantic City, New Jersey, Jan. 26-31, l946
    duplicated the material under the same title in the volume of PACIFIC
      COUNCIL MINUTES AND DOCUMENTS, ATLANTIC CITY, l946 (Nd-A902).

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PACIFIC COUNCIL, VOL.1, ATLANTIC CITY, 1946

  Meetings of the Pacific Council of the Institute of Pacific Relations, Jan.
  26-31, 1946, Hotel Brighton, Atlantic City, New Jersey
    Title page, p.i; Table of Contents, p.ii.
    General Session, Jan. 26, 1946, 3:15 p.m., pp.1-21.
    General Session, Jan. 27, l946, 10:00 a.m., pp.22-71.
    General Session, Jan. 27, l946, 3..00 a.m., pp.72-114.
    General Session, Jan. 27, l946, 8:30 p.m., pp.115-136.
    General Session, Jan. 28, 1946, 10:00 a.m., pp.l37-l75.
    General Session, Jan. 28, 1946, 4:00 p.m., pp.176-218.
    [To be continued to the volume of PACIFIC COUNCIL TRANSCRIPTS OF
    MEETINGS, ATLANTIC CITY, 1946 (Nd-A906).]

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PACIFIC COUNCIL TRANSCRIPTS OF MEETINGS, ATLANTIC CITY, 1946

  Meetings of the Pacific Council of the Institute of Pacific Relations, Jan.
  26-31, 1946, Hotel Brighton, Atlantic City, New Jersey
    [To be continued from the volume of PACIFIC COUNCIL. VOL.1, ATLANTIC
    CITY, 1946 (Nd-A905).]
    General Session, Jan. 28, l946, 8:30 p.m., pp219-248.
    General Session, Jan. 29, l946, 9:00 a.m., pp.249-313.
    General Session, Jan. 29, 1946, 3:00 p.m., pp.314-365.
    General Session, Jan. 31, 1946, 3:00 p.m., pp.366-406 [lack of p.404].
    General Session, Jan. 31, l946, 8:30 p.m., pp.407-418.

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Nd-A907
MINUTES OF PACIFIC COUNCIL MEETING, STRATFORD-UPON-AVON, l947

  Institute of Pacific Relations, Tenth Conference held at Stratford-upon-
  Avon, England, l947
    Table of Contents, p.i.
    Pacific  Council:
      Institute of Pacific Relations, Pacific Council Meeting, Chatham
        House, London, Sept. 1-4, 1947, Agenda, p.ii.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Chatham House, London,
        Sept. 1, 1947, 2:40 p.m. - 4:55 p.m., pp.1-3.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Chatham House, London,
        Sept. 2, l947, 2:30 p.m. - 4:35 p.m., pp.4-8.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Chatham House, London,
        Sept. 3, 1947, 2:40 p.m. - 4:30 p.m., pp.9-13.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Chatham House, London,
        Sept. 4, 1947, 2:40 p.m. - 4:35 p.m., pp.14-l8.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Stratford-upon-Avon,
        England, Sept. l2, l947, 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., pp.l9-23.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Stratford-upon-Avon,
        England, Sept. l5, l947, 8:00 p.m. - 9:40 p.m., pp.24-27.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Stratford-upon-Avon,
        England, Sept. 18, 1947, 3:20 p.m. - 4:10 p.m., pp.28-30.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, Stratford-upon-Avon,
        England, Sept. 19, 1947, 2:15 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., pp.31-35.
      Minutes of Meeting held at Chatham House, Sept. 22, l947, pp.36-41.
    International Finance Committee:
      Report of the International Finance Committee to the Pacific
        Council,  pp.42-49.
        Appendix A: General Purposes Fund, Pacific Council, Institute
          of Pacific Relations, pp.45-48.
        Appendix B: International Research Fund, Budget for the year
          l948, p.49.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Finance Committee, Chatham House, London,
        Sept. 4, 1947, l1:lO a.m. - 1:50 p.m., pp.50-54.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Finance Committee, Shakespeare Hotel,
        Stratford-upon-Avon, Sept. 5, l947, ll:15 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.,
        pp.55-57.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Finance Committee, Shakespeare Hotel,
        Stratford-upon-Avon, Sept. 11, 1947, 8:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.,
        pp.58-61.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Finance Committee, Shakespeare Hote1,
        Stratford-upon-Avon, Sept. l6, 1947, 2:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.,
        pp.62-65.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Finance Committee, Shakespeare Hotel,
        Stratford-upon-Avon, Sept. 18, 1947, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.,
        p.66.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Finance Committee, Shakespeare Hotel,
        Stratford-upon-Avon, Sept. 18, 1947, 10:00 p.m. - l1:30 p.m.,
        pp.67-68.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Finance Committee, Chatham House, London,
        Sept. 22, l947, ll:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., pp.69-70.
    International Research Committee:
      Report of the International Research Committee to the Pacific
        Council,  pp.7l-73.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Research Committee, Chatham House,
        London, Sept. 3, l947, lO:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., pp.74-78.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Research Committee, Shakespeare Hotel,
        Stratford-upon-Avon, Sept. 16, 1947, 8:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.,
        pp.79-82.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Research Committee, Sept. 20, 1947, p.83.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Research Comndttee, Sept. 22, 1947, p.84.
    Conference Program:
      Minutes of Meeting of the Program Committee, Chatham House, London,
        Sept. 2, 1947, 2:30 p.m. -  4:30 p.m., pp.85-88.
      Minutes of Meeting of the Program Committee, Chatham House, London,
        Sept. 4, 1947, 10:l2 a.m. - 12:15 p.m., pp.89-91.

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Nd-A908
PACIFIC COUNCIL REPORT l947

  Institute of Pacific Relations, Report of the International Secretariat to
  the Pacific Council, volume I, Aug. 1947, New York, ii + 14 pp.
    Title page and Table of Contents, ii pp.
    Introduction,  pp.1-2.
    The National Councils, pp.3-7.
    Relations with Other Organizations, pp.8-10.
    Conference Preparation, pp.11-12.
    Secreatariat Staff, pp.13-14.

  Institute of Pacific Relations, Report of the International Secretariat to
  the Pacific Council, volume II: Report of the Chairman of the International
  Finance Committee and Financial Statements for l946 and 1947, Aug. l947,
  New York, ii + 28 pp.
    Title page and Table of Contents, ii pp.
    Report of the Chairman of the International Finance Committee to the
      Pacific Council, Sept. 1, 1947, pp.1-2.
    Letter from the Chairman of the International Finance Committee to
      Pacific Council members and National Secretaries, dated Feb. 25,
      1947,  pp.3-4.
    Assistant Treasurer's Statements at Dec. 31, l946, pp.5-8.
    Reports of the Auditors at Dec. 3l, 1946, pp.9-l7.
    Proposed Budgets for 1947, pp.18-20.
    Letter from the Chairman of the International Finance Committee to
      officers and members of the Pacific Council and National
      Secretaries, dated July 23, l947, pp.21-22.
    Assistant Treasurer's Statements at June 30, 1947, pp.23-26.
    Letter from the Rockefeller Foundation, dated Apr. 5, 1946, p.27.
    Letter from the Secretary-General to the Chairman of the Pacific
      Council, dated Apr. 29, l947, p.28.

  Institute of Pacific Relations, Report of the International Secretariat to
  the Pacific Council, volume III: Report on the International Research and
  Publication Program, l946-1947, and the Report of the Editor of Pacific
  Affairs, l946-1947, Aug. 1947, New York, ii + 33 pp.
    Title page and Table of Contents, ii pp.
    Report on the International Research Program, Jan. l946 - Aug. 1947,
      pp.1-21.
    Publications, Report by the Publications Secretary, pp.22-28.
    Pacific Affairs, Report by the Editor, pp.29-33.

  Institute of Pacific Relations, Report of the International Secretariat to
 the Pacific Council, volume IV: Supplementary Report to the International
 Finance Committee, Aug. 1947, New York, i + 29 pp.
   Title page, i p.
   Supplementary Report to the International Finance Committee, pp.l-2.
   Assistant Treasurer's Statements at Aug. 31, l947, pp.3-8.
   Revised Budget Estimate for 1947, pp.9-21.
   Letter from the Rockefeller Foundation, dated June 25, 1947, p.22.
   Letter from Edward C. Carter to Percy E. Corbett, dated July 16, l947,
     pp.23-24.
   Letter from William L. Holland to Ivison S. Macadam and Frederick V.
     Field, dated July l7, l947, pp.25-26.
   Replies received from Ivison Macadam and Frederick V. Field to letter
     dated July 17, 1947, from W. L. Holland, p.27.
   Letter from Edward C. Carter to William L. Holland, dated Aug. l3,
     1947,  p.28.
   Letter from W. L. Holland to Tillie G. Shahn, dated Aug. 13, l947,
     p.29.

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Nd-A909
NEWS OF THE IPR, l948-1951

  News of the I.P.R.: American IPR Members' News Letter, vol.1, no.4 (Oct.
    1948), lOpp.
  News of the I.P.R.: American IPR Members' News Letter, vol.1, no.3 (May
    1948), 11pp.
  News of the I.P.R.: American IPR Members' News Letter, vol.1, no.5 (Apr.
    1949), l8pp. [1ack of p.16]
  News of the I.P.R.: American IPR Members' News Letter, Vol.1, no.6 (Ear.
    1950), llpp.
  News of the I.P.R.: American Institute of Pacific Relations Annual Report
    1950, vo1.1, no.7 (Mar. 1951), l4pp. [1ack of p.2]       
  Current Research Projects of the Institute of Pacific Relations, Mar. 20.
    1951, 5pp.
  New IPR Books on the Far East, Mar. l951, 4pp.

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Nd-A910
PACIFIC COUNCIL MINUTES, TORONT [Sic] l949

  Minutes of the Special Meeting of IPR International Officers and National
    Council Representatives, King Edward Hotel, Toronto, Canada, Sept. 20,
    1949, 10:15 a.m. - 12:50 p.m., 8pp.
  Minutes of the Special Meeting of IPR International Officers and National
    Council Representatives, King Edward Hotel, Toronto, Canada, Sept. 20,
    1949, 2:35 p.m. - 5:45 p.m., 8pp.
  The IPR Research Program, Sept. 1949, i + 18 pp.
    Title page, i p.
    Introduction,  pp.1-2.
    A: Nationalism and Politics, pp.3-4.
    B: Public Administration and Government, pp.4-5.
    C: International Relations and Diplomacy, pp.5-6.
    D: Economic Modernization and Reconstruction, pp.6-8.
    E: Agriculture, Population and Geography, pp.8-lO.
    F: Social Problems and Social Change, pp10-ll.
    G: Problems of Dependent Areas, pp.11-12.
    H: General Surveys and History, pp.12-l3.
    Recent IPR Publications, pp.14-15.
    List of IPR Research Projects - Classified by Geographical Area,
      pp.16-18.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, "Financial Position and
    Prospects, 1949-50," signed by William L. Holland and dated Sept. 20,
    1949, 8pp.
  Institute of Pacific Relations, Special Meeting of National Council
    Representatives and International Officers, King Edward Hotel, Toronto,
    Canada, Sept. 20, l949, Those Present, 1p.
  Report on the Toronto Meeting to the Officers and Members of the Pacific
    Council: to the National Secretaries, signed by William L. Holland and
    dated Sept. 26, 1949, 2pp.
  Memorandum on the llth I.P.R. Conference to the Officers and Members of the
    Pacific Council; to the National Secretaries, dated Aug. l7, 1949, 1p.
  Eleventh I.P.R. Conference, 1950, Provisional Agenda Outline, "Recent
    Political and Economic Trends in the Far East and Their International
    Consequences," July 20, 1949, 2pp.
  Huntington Gilchrist to the Officers and Members of the Pacific Council,
    Aug. 18, l949, 1p.
  Huntington Gilchrist to the Officers and Members of the Pacific Council,
     Sept. 9, l949, 6pp.
  William L. Holland to Pacific Council Members and to National Council
    Secretaries, Aug. 3l, 1949, 1p.

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Nd-A911
PACIFIC COUNCIL MINUTES AND DOCUMENTS, NEW YORK 1949, TORONTO 1949

  Institute of Pacific Relations, Pacific Council Meeting, New York, Jan.
    22-24, 1949, Draft Agenda, Dec. 20, 1948, 1p.
  Institute of Pacific Relations, Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council,
    Berkshire Hotel, New York, Jan. 22, 1949, 10:10 a.m. - l2:30 p.m., 7pp.
  Institute of Pacific Relations, Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council,
    Berkshire Hotel, New York, Jan. 22, 1949, 2:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m., 9pp.
  Institute of Pacific Relations, Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council,
    Berkshire Hotel, New York, Jan. 22, l949, 8:50 p.m. - 10:30 p.m., 5pp.
  Institute of Pacific Relations, Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council,
    Berkshire Hote1, New York, Jan. 23, 1949, 10:10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., 7pp.
  Institute of Pacific Relations, Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council,
    Berkshire Hotel, New York, Jan. 23, 1949, 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., 3pp.
  Institute of Pacific Relations, Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council,
    Berkshire Hotel, New York, Jan. 24, 1949, 10:15 a.m. - 12:45 p.m., 6pp.
  Institute of Pacific Relations, Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council,
    Berkshire Hotel, New York, Jan. 24, 1949, 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., 4pp.
  Institute of Pacific Relations, Pacific Council Meeting, Jan. 22-24, 1949,
    Berkshire Hotel, Proposed Time-table of Sessions, and Revised
    Membership List, 3pp.
  Copy of a draft appeal submitted informally to the Social Sciences Division
    of the Rockefeller Foundation, dated Aug. 7, 1948, 6pp.
  The Royal Institute of International Affairs, Comments by Chatham House
    Members on the Proposed New IPR Research Program, dated Jan. l3, l949,
      3pp.
  Suggestions by the Indian Council of World Affairs for the Research
    Programme of the Institute of Pacific Relations, 1949-50, dated New
      Delhi, Jan. 10, l949, 2pp.
  Prepared Text of Professor Ouchi's Statement to the Pacific Council Meeting
    to be held in Jan. 1949, 6pp.
  Nihon Taiheiyo Mondai Chosakai (Japan Institute of Pacific Studies), Report
    on Japan Institute's Activities, l947-48, dated Tokyo, Jan. 15, 1949,
    7pp.
  M. Matsuo, National Secretary, Nihon Taiheiyo Mondai Chosakai, to W. L.
    Holland, Jan. l5, 1949, 2pp.

  Report of the International Secretariat to the Pacific Council, Jan. 22-24,
  1949, vol. I: Report on National Councils and Secretariat Activities:
  Conference Work; Pacific Affairs and the IPR Publications Program (Oct.
  1947 to Jan. 1949), Jan. 1949, iii + 37 pp.
    Title page; W. L. Holland to the Chairman and Members of the Pacific
      Council, Jan. 19, 1949: Table of Contents, iii pp.
    Introduction,  pp.1-2.
    National Council Activities, pp.2-13.
      Australia,  pp.3-4.
      Canada, p.4.
      China,  p.5.
      France, pp.5-6.
      India,  pp.6- 8.
      Netherlands,  pp.8-9.
      New Zealand, p.9.
      Pakistan,  pp.9-10.
      Philippines,  p.10.
      United Kingdom, pp.l0-ll.
      United States, pp.1l-13.
    Relations with Other Organizations, pp14-16.
      Japan Institute of Pacific Studies, p.l4.
      United Nations Agencies, pp.14-l5.
      American Organizations, p.15.
      Other Groups, pp.15-16.
    Post-Conference and Pre-Conference Work, pp.17-18.
    Suggestion on Discussion Topics for Eleventh IPR Conference, pp.19q20.
    Secretariat Staff and Housing, pp.21-23.
    Pacific Affairs, pp.24-29.
    IPR Publications Program, pp.30-37.

  Report of the International Secretariat to the Pacific Council, Jan. 22-24,
  1949, vol. II: Report on the I.P.R. International Research Program (Oct.
  1947 to Jan. 1949), Jan. 1949, ii + 27 pp.
    Title page and Table of Contents, ii pp.
    Introduction,  pp.1-2.
    Research Administration, pp.2-3.
    Research Finances, 1947-1948, pp.3-6.
    Research Finances for l949, pp.7-8.
    Proposed Appeal for New Research Funds, pp.9-12.
  Classified List of Current IPR Research Projects, pp.13-21.
    I: Projects in the International Research Program, pp.13-18.
    II: Other Far Eastern and Pacific Area Research Projects of the IPR
        National Councils, pp.18-21.
  IPR Studies in Press, pp.21-22.
  Studies Completed But Not Yet in Press, pp.22-24.
  Recent IPR Publications, pp.24-27.

  Report of the International Secretariat to the Pacific Council, Jan. 22-24,
  1949, vo1. III: Report of the Chairman of the International Finance
  Committee, Financial Statements for 1947 and 1948, and Proposed Budgets for
  1949, no date, ii + 33 pp.
    Title page and Table of Contents, ii pp.
    Report of the Chairman of the International Finance Committee, pp.1-4.
    Letter from Chairman of Pacific Council, dated May 5, 1948, p.5.
    Letter from Secretary-General, dated May 5, 1948, p.6.
    Assistant Treasurer's Statements for 1947, pp.7-9.
      General Purposes Fund, Receipts and Expenditures, p.7.
      International Research Fund, Receipts and Expenditures, pp.8-9.
    Auditor's Report for 1947, pp.10-18.
      General Purposes Fund, pp.15-16.
      International Research Fund, pp.27-28.
    Assistant Treasurer's Statements for 1948, pp.19-22.
      General Purposes Fund, Receipts and Disbursements, p.19.
      General Purposes Fund, Budget for 1948 and Condition at Dec. 31,
        p.20.
      International Research Fund, pp.21-22.
    Auditor's Report for 1948, pp.23-28.
      General Purposes Fund, pp.25-26.
      International Research Fund, pp.27-28.
    Budget for 1949, pp.29-33.
      Estimated General Purposes Budget for 1949, p.29.
      Suggested General Purposes Disbursements Budget for 1949, p.30.
      Suggested International Research Budget for 1949, pp.31-32.
      Suggested International Publications Fund Budget for 1949, p.33.

   Institute of Pacific Relations, Special Meeting of National Council
   Representatives and International Officers, Hart House, Toronto, Sept.
   20-21, l949, Provisional Agenda, Sept. 20, 1949, 1p.

    Institute of Pacific Relations, Special Meeting of National Council
      Representatives and International Officers, Hart House, Toronto, Sept.
      20-21, 1949, Expected Attendance, Sept. 20, 1949, 1p.
    William L. Holland to the Officers and Members of the Pacific Council and
      the National Secretaries, Oct. 11, 1949, 1p.
    Minutes of the Special Meeting of IPR International 0fficers and National
      Council Representatives, King Edward Hotel, Toronto, Canada, Sept. 20,
      1949, 10:15 a.m. - 12:50 p.m., 8pp.
    Minutes of the Special Meeting of IPR International Officers and National
      Council Representatives, King Edward Hotel, Toronto, Canada, Sept. 20,
      1949, 2:35 p.m. - 5:45 p.m., 8pp.
    The I.P.R. Research Program, New York, Sept. l949, i + 18 pp.
      Table of Contents, i p.
      Introduction,  pp.1-2.
      A: Nationalism and Politics, pp.3-4.
      B: Public Administration and Government, pp.4-5.
      C: International Relations and Diplomacy, pp.5-6.
      D: Economic Modernization and Reconstruction, pp.6-8.
      E: Agliculture, Population and Geography, pp.8-10.
      F: Social Problems and Social Change, pp.10-11.
      G: Problems of Dependent Areas, pp.11-12.
      H: General Surveys and History, pp.12-13.
      Recent IPR Publications, pp.14-15.
      List of IPR Research Projects - Classified by Geographical Area,
        pp.16-18.
    Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations,"Financial Position and
      Prospects, 1949-50," signed by William L. Holland and dated Sept. 20,
      1949, 2 + 6 pp.
    Report on the Toronto Meeting to the Officers and Members of the Pacific
      Council; to the National Secretaries, signed by William L. Holland and
      dated Sept. 26, 1949, 2pp.
    Institute of Pacific Relations, Special Meeting of National Council
      Representatives and International Officers, King Edward Hotel, Toronto,
      Canada, Sept. 20, 1949, Those Present, 1p.

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Nd-A912
PACIFIC COUNCIL MINUTES AND DOCUMENTS, LUCKNOW 1950

  Institute of Pacific Relations, Eleventh Conference, Lucknow, India, Oct.
  3-15, 1950, i + 208 pp.
    Table of Contents, p.i.
    Part I: Lucknow Meeting of the Pacific Council, pp.1-78.
      Minutes of Pacific Council Meeting, Carlton Hotel, Lucknow, Oct. 3,
        1950, 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., pp.1-4.
      Minutes of Pacific Council Meeting, Carlton Hotel, Lucknow, Oct.
        10, l950, 2:40 p.m. - 3:40 p.m., pp.5-6.
      Minutes of Pacific Council Meeting, Carlton Hotel, Lucknow, Oct.
        ll, l950, 2:40 p.m. - 3:20 p.m., pp.7-8.
      Minutes of Pacific Council Meeting, Carlton Hotel, Lucknow, Oct.
        13, 1950, 4:00 p.m. - lO:00 p.m., pp.9-11.
      Minutes of Pacific Council Meeting, Carlton Hotel, Lucknow, Oct.
        14, 1950, 3:15 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., pp.12-13.
      Provisional Agenda, p.14.
      Chairmans Message to Members of the Pacific Council, pp.15-16.
      Exchange of Letters between the Chairman of the China IPR and the
        Secretary General, pp.18-20.
        William L. Holland to Pacific Council and National Secretaries,
          Sept. 20, 1950, pp.18-19.
        Hu Shih, Chairman, China Institute of Pacific Relations, to
          Huntington Gilchrist, Chairman, Pacific Council, Sept. 18,
          1950,  p.20.
      Report of the Institute of Pacific Relations International
        Secretariat: Introductory Remarks, pp.21-24.
      Report of the International Secretariat: Publications, 1949-50,
        pp.25-33.
      Report of the International Secretariat: Research, pp.34-44.
      Report of the International Secretariat: Pacific Affairs, 1949-50,
        pp.45-49.
      Memorandum on the Future Program and Organization of the IPR, by
        William L. Holland, dated Oct. 6, 1950, pp.50-55.
      Report of the International Secretariat: Finance, 1950-51,
        pp.56-65.
      Organization and Activities of the Japan Institute of Pacific
        Relations, by M. Matsuo, dated May 1950, pp.66-71.
      Letter from the Rockefeller Foundation on 1950 Grant, p.72.
      A Report on the Work of the Indian Counci1 of World Affairs, from
        Dec. 1, 1949, to Sept. 30, 1950 (in relation to the Far East
        and Southeast Asia), pp.73-78.
    Part II: Conference Documents and Statements, pp.79-208.
      Message to the Opening Session, Eleventh Conference, Institute of
        Pacific Relations, Lucknow, Oct. 3, 1950, by Huntington
        Gilchrist, Chairman, Pacific Council, I.P.R., dated Paris,
        Sept. 26, 1950, pp.79-81.
      Revised Agenda, dated Oct. 3, 1950, pp.82-86.
      Rapporteur's Reports for Round Tab1e, First Series, Oct. 4-7, 1950,
        pp.87-114.
        Round Table A: South Asia, Oct. 4-7, 1950, pp.88-93.
          Chairman - F. H. Soward: Rapporteur - Maurice Zinkin.
        Round Table B: Southeast Asia, Oct. 4-7, 1950, pp.94-101.
          Chairman - A. D. Gorwala; Rapporteur - Lawrence S.
            Finkelstein.
        Round Table C: East Asia, Oct. 4-7, 1950, pp102-114.
          Chairman - A. B. A. Haleem; Rapporteur - Robert North.
      Rapporteur's Reports for Round Table, Second Series, Oct. 9-12,
        1950,  pp.115-155.
        Round Table D: Political Problems, Oct. 9-12, 1950, pp.116-136.
          Chairman - M. R. Masani; Rapporteur - Michael Straight.
        Round Table E: Economic and Social Problems, Oct. 9-12, 1950,
          pp.137-145.
          Chairman - Arthur Creech-Jones; Rapporteur - H.
            Venkatasubbiah.
        Round Table F: Economic and Financial Problems, Oct. 9-12,
          1950, pp.146-155.
          Chairman - Harold H. Fisher; Rapporteur - S. V. Kogekar.
      Conference Who's Who (First draft), pp156-169.
      Provisional Conference Program, pp.170-172.
      Round Table Assignments, First Series, p.173.
      Announcements, dated Oct. 5, 1950, pp.174-177.
      Conference Program, dated Oct. 6, 1950, p178.
      Round Table Assignments, Second Series, p179.
      Announcements, dated Oct. 9, 1950, p.180.
      Announcements, dated Oct. 12, l950, p.181.
      Program for Concluding Sessions, Oct. 14, p.182.
      Address by the Honorable Pandit Govind Ballabh Pant, Chief
        Minister, Uttar Pradesh, Opening Session, Oct. 3, 1950,
        pp.183-184.
      Remarks by Sir George Sansom, Acting Chairman, I.P.R., at the
        Opening Session, Oct. 3, 1950, pp.185-186.
      Statement by Mr. K. Matsuoka, Opening Session, Oct. 3, 1950,
        pp.187-188.
      Summary of Introductory Statement, Oct. 4, 1950, by W. L. Holland,
        pp.189-193.
      Statement by Prof. Haleem, Chairman of the Pakistan Delegation,
        Oct. 4, 1950, pp.194-196.
      Plenary  Session  of  Whole  Conference  for  presentation  of
        Rapportuer's Reports (Monday Oct. 9), "Vietnamese Politics,"
        Note by Mr. Tran Van Tung, Delegate for Vietnam, pp.197-198.
      Address of the Hon'ble Dr. Sampurnanand, Minister for Education,
        Labor and Finance, U. P. at the Eleventh Conference at Lucknow
        on Oct. 14, 1950, pp.199-205.
      List of Data Papers Presented to the Eleventh Conference of the
        Institute of Pacific Relations, Lucknow, India, Oct. 3-15,
        1950,  pp.206-208.

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AMERICAN IPR BOARD OF TRUSTEES, 1951

  American Institute of Pacific Relations, non-titled pamphlet, 1951, 32pp.
    Understanding Asia, pp.5-24.
      Americans face grave decisions in Asia ... IPR provides facts ...
      How the IPR started ... Conferences ... Research program ...
      Services in the war time ... Post-war problems in Asia ... Keeping
      abreast of the headlines.
    The Institute of Pacific Relations: Its Membership, Structure and
      Activities,   pp.25-31.
      National Councils ... Pacific Council ... International Secretariat
      ...International conferences ... Current research projects ...
      Partial list of IPR publications.
    The American Institute of Pacific Relations, p.32.
 "The Rise and Fall of Earl Browder," by Philip J. Jaffe, no date, pp.14-65.
 Non-titled material, dated Tokyo, June 28, 1936, pp.3-22.
   Ch. I: The Present Stage of Sino-Japanese Relations, pp.3-9.
     Realistic Approach to the Problem ... The Manchurian Incident and
     Thereafter ... "Favorable Turn" of Sino-Japanese Relations ...
     "North China Problem."
   Ch. II: Sino-Japanese Economic Relations, pp.9-15.
     Foreign Competition in China ... Three Power Economic Rivalry ...
     Chinese Boycott of Japanese Goods.
   Ch. III: Sino-Japanese Relations and the Red Armies in China, pp.15-19.
     Red Army Activities ... Chinese Red Policy Anti-Japanese.
   Ch. IV: The Influence of Third Powers on Sino-Japanese Relations,
     pp.19-22.
     Sino-Japanese Relations and Third Parties ... British, American and
     the Japanese China Policies.

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PACIFIC COUNCIL MINUTES AND DOCUMENTS, LONDON 1952

  Institute of Pacific Relations, Pacific Council Meeting, London, Jan.
  17-18, 1952
    Table of Contents, p.1.
    Institute of Pacific Relations, Minutes of Pacific Council Meeting,
      Chatham House, London, Jan. 17, 1952, 10:00 a.m., pp.2-5.
    Institute of Pacific Relations, Minutes of Pacific Council Meeting,
      Chatham House, London, Jan. 17, 1952, 2:15 p.m., pp.6-9.
    Institute of Pacific Relations, Minutes of Pacific Council Meeting,
      Chatham House, London, Jan. 18, 1952, 10:00 a.m., pp.10-13.
    Institute of Pacific Relations, Extract from Minutes of Pacific Council
      Meeting, London, Jan. 17-18, 1952, pp.14-15.
    Institute of Pacific Relations, Minutes of Pacific Council Meeting,
        Chatham House, London, Jan. 18, 1952, 4:15 p.m. pp.16-20.
    Some Questions about the IPR, pp.22-23.
    Provisonal Agenda, p.24.
    Time Table, p.26.
    List of Members, dated Jan. 16, 1952, pp.28-30.
    Cabled Message from Arthur H. Dean, Chairman of Pacific Council, dated
      New York, Jan. 12, 1952, pp.32-33.
    Report of the International Secretariat, 1951, pp.34-38.
    Publications Report of the International Secretariat, dated New York,
      Jan. 1952, pp.40-49.
    Current Research Projects of the IPR, 1951-52, pp.50-57.
    Pacific Council Finances, 1951 and 1952, by W. L. Holland, pp.58-59.
    Message from S. Kitadai, Acting Chairman of the Japan I.P.R., to the
      Pacific Council, pp.60-61.
    Report on Activities of the Japan Institute of Pacific Relations, 1951,
      by M. Matsuo, dated Tokyo, Jan. 7, 1952, pp.62-65.
    Report on Far Eastern Activities of the Royal Institute of
      International Affairs to the Pacific Council, dated Jan. 15, 1952,
      pp.66-73.
    Report on Activities of the New Zealand Institute of International
      Affairs, 1951, pp.74-75.
    Report on the Work of the Indian Council of World Affairs, 1951 (in
      relation to South Asia, Southeast Asia, and the Far East),
      pp.76-83.
    Brief Report for 1951 of the Australian Institute of International
      Affairs (Commonwealth Council), dated Melbouurne, Jan. 9, 1952,
      pp.84-85.
    Questions on the Future Program and Organization of the IPR (Revised
      from a similar document issued by the International Secretariat on
      Sept. 22, 1950, pp.86-88.
    Chatham House Comments on the Future of the IPR, dated Dec. 10, 1951,
      pp.90-93.
    Message to the Pacific Council from Gerard Swope, Chairman, American
      IPR, and Brief Report on the Work of the American Institute of
      Pacific Relations, 1951, dated Jan. 11, 1952, pp.94-106.
    Auditor's Report on Examination of 1951 Cash Records of Pacific
      Council,  pp.108-118.
    Pacific Council, Statement of Receipts and Disbursements for 1951, and
      Proposed Budjet for 1952, pp.120-128.
    Sales of Publications, Jan. 1950 - Dec. 1951, p.130.
    Public Affairs: Distribution, 1949-1951, p.132.
    Pacific Council, Approved Budjet for 1952, pp.134-140.

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STATEMENTS TO THE SENATE JUDICIALY [Sic] SUBCOMMITTEE, 1952

  Statements on the Institute of Pacific Relations, presented to the Senate
  Judiciary Subcommittee on Internal Security at a public hearing in
  Washington, D.C., on Mar. 19, 1952 (New York: American Institute of Pacific
  Relations, Mar. 1952), i + 20 pp.
    Title page, p.i.
    Statement by Jerome D. Greene, submitted to the Internal Security
      Subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Mar. 19, 1952,
      pp.1-5.
      Formerly, Partner, Lee Higginson & Co.; Formerly, Secretary of the
      Harvard Corporation; Chairman, American Council, Institute of
      Pacific Relations, 1929-32; Chairman, Pacific Council, Institute of
      Pacific Relations, 1929-33.
    Statement by William W. Lockwood, submitted to the Internal Security
      Subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Mar. 19, 1952,
      pp.6-10.
      Assistant Director, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and
      International Affairs, Princeton University; Trustee and former
      Secretary, American Institute of Pacific Relations.
    Statement by William L. Holland, for the presentation to the Senate
      Judiciary Subcommittee on Internal Security at his second public
      hearing on Mar. 19, 1952, pp.11-20.
      Secretary General, Institute of Pacific Relations: Executive
      Vice-Chairman, American Institute of Pacific Relations.

  Statements by Gerard Swope and Testimonials in support of the Institute of
  Pacific Relations, Oct. 1951, v + 33 pp.
    Statement by Gerard Swope, Chairman, American Institute of Pacific
      Relations and Honorary President, General Electric Company,
      released to the Press, Oct. 9, 1951, pp.i-iii.
    Some of the Persons who have made testimonials in support of the IPR,
      pp.iv-v.
    Percy E. Corbett to Arthur H. Dean, Oct. 4, 1951, pp.1-2.
    William W. Lockwood to Gerard Swope, Oct. 6, 1951, pp.3-5.
    George B. Sansom to Dean, the Chairman of the Pacific Council,
      Institute of Pacific Relations, Oct. 10, 1951, p.6.
    Edgar Mclnnis to Arthur H. Dean, Oct. 8, 1951, p.7.
    Excerpt from "Letters to the Times," New York Times, Oct. 12, 1951,
      p.8.
    Excerpt from "Letters to the Times," New York Times, Oct. 11, 1951,
      pp.9-10.
    H. H. Fisher to William L. Holland, Oct. 5, 1951, p.11.
    Rupert Emerson to William L. Holland, Oct. 7, l951, p.12.
    Cable sent to Senator McCarran, Oct. 9, 1951, p.13.
    Statement of Nobutake Ike, David S. Nivison, Thomas C. Smith, Arthur F.
      Wright, Mary C. Wright, Oct. 4, 1951, p.14.
    K. S. Latourette to Senator McCarran, Oct. 6, 1951, p.15.
    Lauriston Sharp to Gerard Swope, Oct. 6, 1951, p.16.
    Knight Biggerstaff to Gerard Swope, Oct. 3, 1951, p.17.
    Laurence E. Sa1isbury to Gerard Swope, Oct. 7, 1951, p.18.
    "Pacific Institute Backed by Leading Educators," July 26, 1951, p.19.
    Statement concerning the Institute of Pacific Relations, May 21, 1951,
      p.20; Mar. 28, 1951, pp.21-22.
    Excerpts from Letters Commenting on the Work of the Institute of
      Pacific Relations, pp.23-32.
      Ralph J. Bunche, Sept. 15, 1950, p.23.
      Sir Muhammad Zafrulla Khan, Sept. 18, 1950, pp.23-24.
      Edwin 0. Reischauer, May 11, 1951, p.24.
      Woodbridge Bingham, Sept. 15, 1950, pp24-25.
      Everett Case, Sept. 10, 1950, p.25.
      Claude A. Buss, Sept. 19, 1950, p.26.
      Allan G. B. Fisher, Sept. 18, l950, pp.26-27.
      Derk Bodde, Sept. 16, 1950, pp.27-28.
      Cryl J. Bath, Mar. 23, 1951, p.28.
      Mortimer Graves, Sept. 18, 1950, p.28.
      Andrew W. Lind, Sept. 15, 1950, p.29.
      H. L. Keenleyside, Sept. 18, 1950, p.29.
      Reinhold Niebuhr, Sept. 20, 1950, p.30.
      Peter H. Odegard, Sept. 18, 1950, p.30.
      Robert Redfield, Sept. 18, 1950, pp.30-31.
      Franz Michael, Sept. 15, 1950, p.31.
      Richard J. Walsh, Sept,. 14, 1950, p.31.
      Sumner Welles, Apr. 1, 1947, p.32.
      James L. McConaughy, Mar. 25, 1947, p.32.
    Thos. C. Hart to Raymond Dennett, Mar. 15, 1945, p.33.
  Statement of John K. Fairbank for the Internal Security Subcommittee of the
    Senate Judiciary Committee (for Chales Allen, The Nation, to be hold
    for discussion as to release), dated Mar. 7, 1952, 17pp.

  Edward C. Carter, A Personal View of the Institute of Pacific Relations,
  1925-1952, dated Apr. 23, 1952, ii + 28 pp.
    Title page and Table of Contents, p.i.
    1: Forward, p.ii.
    2: The Institute of Pacific Relations - What Is It ?, p.1.
    3: How the Organization Started, p.1.
    4: What Countries Were Invited to Join the Institute ?, pp.1-3.
    5: The Role of the International Conferences, p.3.
    6: Chairmen of National Groups at Internatonal Conferences, pp.3-9.
    7: Observers at Conferences, p.9.
    8: Bi-national Conferences, pp.9-14.
    9: Research - a Primary Function of the IPR from the Beginning,
      pp.14-16.
    10: The Inquiry Series, pp.16-17.
    11: The Institute Publishes Magazines in Several Countries, pp.17-19.
    12: A Variety of Educational Projects Developed, pp.19-20.
    13: The Role of Edward C. Carter in the IPR, pp.20-21.
    14: Training Personnel, pp.21-22.
    15: How the Institute Is Financed, pp.23-24.
    16: Many Eminent People Were Active in the IPR, pp.24-26.
    17: A Tribute, pp.26-27.
    18: Conclusion - Let the Record Testify, p.28.

  Some Comments and Replies to Allegations, made before the Senate Judiciary
  Subcommittee on Internal Security, 19pp.
    Statements:
      Joseph Barnes to William L. Holland, Oct. 5, 1951, 1p.
      T. A. Bisson to William L. Holland, Sept. 15, 1951, 1p;
         with letter of commendation from Courtney Whitney to T. A.
           Bisson, dated May 8, 1947, 1p.
      Affidavit by Benjamin H. Kizer, dated Sept. 17, 1951, 1p.
      Laurence E. Sa1isbury to Pat McCarran, Oct. 7, 1951, 1p.
      Marguerite Ann Stewart to William L. Holland, Oct. 8, 1951, 4pp.
    Memoranda on IPR Pamphlets:
      Memorandum on "Land of the Soviets," by Marguerite A. Stewart,
        signed by W. L. Holland and dated New York, Oct. 6, 1951, 3pp.
        Excerpts from "Land of the Soviets," 2pp.
      "War-Time China," by Maxwell S. Stewart, signed by William L.
        Holland and dated Oct. 6, 1951, 2pp.
      Memorandum on "Our Job in the Pacific," signed by William L.
        Holland and dated Oct. 1951, 2pp.

  Documents on Mr. Lattimore's Letter of July 1O, 1938, 17pp.
    Introduction by William L. Holland, dated New York, May 12, 1952,
      pp.1-3.
    Owen Lattimore to William L. Holland, May 5, 1952, pp.5-8.
    Owen Lattimore's Comment on His Letter of July 1O, 1938 (Excerpt from
      Mr. Lattimore's prepared statement presented to the Senate
      Judiciary Internal Security Subcommittee at his hearing beginning
      on Feb. 26, 1952), pp.9-11.
    Owen Lattimore to E. C. Carter, July 10, 1938, pp.13-14.
    Edward C. Carter to Owen Lattimore, July 19, 1938, pp.15-16.
    Owen Lattimore to E. C. Carter, July 26, 1938, p.17.

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PACIFIC COUNCIL MINUTES AND DOCUMENTS, NEW YORK OCT. 1953

  Institute of Pacific Relations, Pacific Council Meeting, New York, Oct.
  17-18, 1953, 66pp.
    Table of Contents, p.1.
    Minutes of Pacific Council Meeting, New York, Oct. 17, 1953, 2:30 p.m.
      - 5:00 p.m., pp.2-14.
    Minutes of Pacific Council Meeting, New York, Oct. 17, 1953, 10:00 a.m.
      - 12:30 p.m., pp.16T26.
    List of Representatives, p.27.
    Draft Agenda, p.28.
    Letter from Keizo Shibusawa, Chairman, Japan IPR, to Edgar Mclnnis,
      Sept. 26, 1953, p.29.
    Letter from J. M. S. Ross, Honorary Secretary, New Zealand Institute of
      International Affairs, to William L. Holland, Sept. 28, 1953, p.30.
    Pacific Council, Statement of Receipts and Disbursements for Jan. 1, to
      Sept. 30, 1953, and Proposed Revised Budget for 1953, pp.31-34.
    Provisional Time Table of Meetings, p.35.
    Report on Far Eastern Activities of the Royal Institute of
      International Affairs to the Pacific Council of the I.P.R., New
      York, Oct. 17-19, 1953, dated Oct. 5, 1953, pp.36-38.
    Brief Report on I.P.R. Research and Publication Activities under Indian
      Council Auspices, by the Indian Council of World Affairs, pp.39-40.
    Current Research Projects of the Institute of Pacific Relations,
      pp.41-45.
    Report of the American IPR to the Pacific Council, Oct. 17, 1953,
      pp.46-47.
    IPR Constitution as Adopted Dec. 12, 1942, and Amended Feb. 6, 1953,
      pp.48-53.
    Memorandum on the Future of the International IPR by William L.
      Holland, dated Oct. 16, 1953, pp.54-56.
    Pacific Council, Proposed 1954 Budget, pp.57-60.
    Brief Report by the International Secretariat, dated Oct. 16, 1953,
      pp.61-62.
    List of Recent and Forthcoming IPR Publications, pp.63-66.

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Nd-A917
PACIFIC COUNCIL MINUTES AND DOCUMENTS, NEW YORK 1953

  Institute of Pacific Relations, Pacific Council Meeting, New York, Feb.
  6-7, 1953, i + 91 pp.
    Table of Contents, p.i.
    William L. Holland to Pacific Council Members and National Secretaries,
      Feb. 18, 1953, p.1.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, 1 East 54th St, New York,
      Feb. 6, 1953, 10:00 a.m. - 12:20 p.m., pp.2-10.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, 1 East 54th St, New York,
      Feb. 6, 1953, 2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m., pp.11-19.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, 1 East 54th St, New York,
      Feb. 7, l953, 1O:00 a.m., pp.20-28.
    Minutes of Meeting of the Pacific Council, 1 East 54th St., New York,
      Feb. 7, 1953, 2:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m., pp.29-34.
    Provisional Agenda, p.36.
    List of Attendance, p.37.
    Financial Statements for 1952 and Proposed 1953 Budget, pp.38-43.
    Auditor's Report for the Year Ending 1952, pp.44-49.
    List of IPR Research Projects, pp.50-54.
    Report of the International Publications Fund, pp.55-61.
    Report of the Editor of the Pacific Affairs, pp.62-64.
    Draft Agenda for Discussion at the 1953 IPR Conference, pp.65-66.
    Preliminary Draft of the Annual Report of the American IPR for 1952,
      pp.67-79.
      Senate Investigation, pp.68-69.
      Planning and Review Committee, p.69.
      Research and Publications, pp.69-71.
      Far Eastern Survey, p.71.
      Conferences and Meetings, pp.72-75.
      Hawaii IPR, pp.75-76.
      Officers and Trustees, pp.76-77.
      Staff,  p.78.
      Finances and Membership, pp.78-79.
    Report of the Australian Institute of International Affairs for 1952,
      dated Dec. 5, 1952, pp.80-82.
    Report on Far Eastern Activities of the Royal Institute of
      International Affairs to the Pacific Council of the I.P.R., New
      York, Feb. 6-7, 1953, dated Jan. 23, 1953, pp.83-87.
    Application and Constitution of the Indonesian Institute, pp.88-91.

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Nd-A918
PACIFIC COUNCIL MINUTES AND DOCUMENTS, KYOTO 1954

  Pacific Council, Statement of Receipts and Disbursements for Jan. 1 to
    Sept. 30, 1954, 6pp.
  IPR Publications, 1954, 2pp.
  Classified List of IPR Studies, Oct. 1954 (revised as of Nov. 1954), 4pp.
  Brief Report on the IPR International Research Program, Oct. 1953 to Oct.
    1954, by William L. Holland, 2pp.
  Memorandum on the International I.P.R. from Harold G. Fisher [Sic] to the
    National Councils of the I.P.R., dated Tokyo, July 12, 1954, 2pp.
  Substitute for Last Paragraph on page 2 of Draft Statement by Sir Andrew
    McFadyean, 1p.
  Draft Statement on the IPR by Sir Andrew McFadyean, 3pp.
  Proposals for an Expanded International IPR Program, Sept. 28, 1954, 2pp.
  Proposals for an Expanded International IPR Program, no date, 3pp.
  Statement on the IPR, dated Kyoto, Sept. 28, 1954, 3pp.
  Minutes of Pacific Council Meeting, Kyoto, Japan, Oct. 8, 1954, 2:50 p.m.,
    13pp.
  Minutes of Pacific Council Meeting, Kyoto, Japan, Oct. 4, 1954, 8:15 p.m.,
    8pp.
  Minutes of Pacific Council Meeting, Kyoto, Japan, Sept. 26, 1954, 2:00
    p.m.,  8pp.
  Report on Far Eastern Activities of the Royal Institute of International
    Affairs to the Pacific Council of the I.P.R., Kyoto, dated Aug. 30,
    1954, 4pp.
  Report of the Japanese National Council, Sept. 25, 1954, 1p.
  Report of Australian Institute of International Affairs for 1953/1954, 3pp.
  Minutes of Pacific Council Meeting, Kyoto, Japan, Sept. 26, 1954, 10:20
    a.m., 6pp.
  Minutes of Pacific Council Meeting, Kyoto, Japan, Sept. 25, 1954, 10:20
    a.m., 3pp.
  Minutes of Pacific Council Meeting, Kyoto, Japan, Sept. 25, 1954, 2:45
    p.m.,  2pp.
  Summary of Pacific Council Decisions, Kyoto, Sept. - Oct. 1954, by William
    L. Holland, dated Tokyo, Oct. 17, 1954, 1p.
  Proposals for an Expanded International IPR Program, 3pp.
  Statement on the IPR, dated Kyoto, Sept. 28, 1954, 3pp.
  Substitute for Last Paragraph on page 2 of Draft Statement by Sir Andrew
    McFadyean, 1p.
  Comments on Pacific Council Minutes, Sept. - Oct. 1954, by the Royal
    Institute of International Affairs to William Holland, dated Dec. 17,
    1954, 2pp.
  Comments on Pacific Council Minutes, Sept. - Oct. 1954, by the Indian
    Council of World Affairs to William L. Holland, dated Dec. 31, 1954,
    1p.

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PACIFIC COUNCIL MINUTES, KYOTO 1954

  Provisional Agenda for Meetings in Kyoto, Sept. 25-26, 1954, 1p.
  Aims and Organization of the Institute of Pacific Relations, 2pp.
  Provisional Timetable of Meetings, First Four Days, Sept. 27-30, 1p.
  Organization of Conference Secretariat, 2pp.
  Map of Kyoto, showing IPR Conference Meeting Room and Hotels, 2pp.
  Some Japanese Words and Phases, 1p.
  Draft Statement on the IPR, by Sir Andrew McFadyean, dated Sept. 28, l954,
    3pp.
  Brief Report on the IPR International Research Program, Oct. 1953 to Oct.
    1954, by William L. Holland, 3pp.
  Proposals for an Expanded International IPR Program, 3pp.
  Classified List of IPR Studies, Oct. 1954, 5pp.
  International Secretariat, Institute of Pacific Relations, Sales of
    Publications, 1952 - Aug. 1954, 1p.
  Outline of a Possible New IPR Programme, 2pp.
  Pacific Affairs Distribution, Mar. 1960, 1p.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Statement of Receipts and
    Disbursements for Jan. 1 to Sept. 30, 1954, and Proposed Budget for
    1955, 5pp.

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Nd-A920
PACIFIC COUNCIL DOCUMENTS, LAHORE 1958

  William L. Holland to Pacific Council Members and National Secretaries,
    Jan. 16, 1958, 1p, which enclosed were the 1957 Financial Statements of
    the Pacific Council, 5pp.
  Memorandum on "The Fund for Asian Research" from Soedjatmoke, Secretary,
    Indonesian Institute of World Affairs, to William L. Holland, dated
    Djakarta, Feb. 3, 1958, 3pp.
  Standing Orders for the Publications of the Institute of Pacific Relations,
    3pp.
  Pacific Affairs, Total Subscriptions, Dec. 1957, 1p.
  The 1957 Financial Statements of the Pacific Council, 8pp.

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Nd-A921
PACIFIC COUNCIL MISCELLANEOUS MINUTES, 1960

  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Statement of Receipts and
    Disbursements for Jan. 1 to June 30, 1960, and Provisional 1960 Budget,
    2pp.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Statement of Receipts and
    Disbursements for Jan. 1, 1960 to July 31, 1960, and Provisional
    1960 Budget, 2pp.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Statement of Receipts and
    Disbursements for Jan. 1 - Aug. 31, 1960, and Provisional 1960 Budget,
    2pp.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Preliminary Statement of
    Receipts and Disbursements for Jan. 1, 1960 - Sept. 31 [Sic], 1960, and
    Provisional 1960 Budget, 2pp.
  Pacific Council, Instiute of Pacific Relations, Statement of Receipts and
    Disbursements for Jan. 1, 1960 - Sept. 30, 1960, and Provisional 1960
    Budget, 2pp.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Statement of Receipts and
    Disbursements for Jan. 1, 1960 - Oct. 31, 1960, and Provisional 1960
    Budget, 2pp.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Statement of Receipts and
    Disbursements for Jan. 1 - Nov. 30, 1960, and Provisional 1960 Budget,
    2pp.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Statement of Receipts and
    Disbursements for Jan. 1 - Dec. 31, 1960, and Estimates for 1960, 2pp.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Statement of Receipts and
    Disbursements for Jan. - Sept. 1960, and Estimates for Whole Year, 1p.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Statement of Receipts and
    Disbursements for Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1959, and 1959 Budget, 1p.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Statement of Receipts and
    Disbursements for Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1959, and 1959 and Draft 1960
    Budget, 2pp.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Report on Examination of
    Cash Records, Year Ending Dec. 31, 1959, 2pp.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Minutes of Meeting, New
    York University, Faculty Club, 22 Washington Square North, New York,
    Oct. 1, 1960, 9:40 a.m. - 1:15 p.m., 15pp.
  Pacific Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Minutes of Meeting, New
    York University, Faculty Club, 22 Washington Square North, New York,
    Jan. 1 - Feb. 29, 1961, 2pp.

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UBC SPECIAI, COLLECTION, FOLDER 1

  Canadian Papers, Yosemite Conference, 1936; prepared for the Sixth
    Conference of the Institute of Pacific Relations held at Yosemite,
    California, from Aug. 15 to 29, 1936, Canadian Papers, vo1.1, nos.1-4,
    i + 74 pp.
    Table of Contents, i p.
    "The Economic Effects on Canada of the Recent Monetary Policy of the
       U.S.A.," by J. D. Gibson and A. F. W. Plumptre, dated Toronto, Mar.
       1936,  pp.1-24.
    "The Effect of the Ottawa Agreements on Canadian Trade," by K. W.
       Taylor, dated McMaster University, Hamilton, Mar. 1936, pp.25-37.
    "The International Machinery for the Maintenance of Peace in the
       Pacific Area," summary of a report of the discussion of a study
       group of the Winnipeg Branch, 1936, by I. W. Pickersgill, pp.38-51.
    "Canada and the Changing Balance of Power in the Pacific," by Norman A.
       M. MacKenzie, dated University of Toronto, June 1936, pp.52-74.
  Chairman to the Trustees of the American I.P.R., Jan. 21, 1957, 3pp.
  Draft Notes on the Future of the IPR, by William L. Holland, dated June 14,
    1957, 4pp.
  Memorandum on the Future of the IPR, prepared by the Secretary General for
    the consideration of Pacific Council Members and National Secretaries,
    dated Nov. 19, 1957, 7pp.
  Secretary General to Pacific Council Members and National Secretaries, Nov.
    19, 1957, 2pp.
  Memorandum on the American I.P.R., no date, 2pp.
  Minutes of the Board of Governors Meeting, Institute of Pacific Relations
    of Hawaii, Pacific Club, Aug. 11, 1952, 12:00 p.m., 3pp.
  Memorandum on the Future of the American I.P.R., dated Dec. 29, 1952, 6pp.
  Acting Chairman to Members of the Pacific Council, Aug. 25, 1953, 1pp.
  Memorandum on Questions for Consideration at the Pacific Council Meeting,
    no date, 2pp.
  "American Asian Relations and the Institute of Pacific Relations," address
     before the Commonwealth Club of San Francisco, Feb. 27, 1953, by Harold
     H. Fisher, 9pp.
   Secretary General to Members of the Pacific Council and National Council
     Secretaries, Aug. 16, 1953, 2pp.
   "IPR: A Perspective," editorial in the Christian Science Monitor, Feb. 20,
      1954, 1p.
   "Institute of Pacific Relations Will Continue," the Christian Century, Jan.
     27, 1954, 1p.
   Pacific Council Meeting, New York, Oct. 17-19, 1953, List of
     Representatives,  1 p.
   Secretary General to Members of the Pacific Council and National
     Secretaries, Oct. 21, 1953, 2pp.
   Secretary General to Members of the Pacific Council and National
     Secretaries, Oct. 22, 1953, 1p.
   Nobutane Kiuchi to William L. Holland, Feb. 7, 1956, 1p.
   Nobutane Kiuchi to William L. Holland, Feb. 22, 1956, 1p.
   William L. Holland to Nobutane Kiuchi, Mar. 13, 1956, 2pp.
   Nobutane Kiuchi to William L. Holland, Mar. 20, 1956, 1p., which enclosed
     was a copy of an article titled "Zaibatsu," by Nobutane Kiuchi, dated
     Mar. 14, 1955, 9pp.
   Nobutane Kiuchi to William L. Holland, May 14, 1956, 1p.
   Michiyoshi Yokoh to William L. Holland, Oct. 8, 1956, 1p.
   Nobutane Kiuchi to William L. Holland, Oct. 23, 1956, 1p.
   Michiyoshi Yokoh to William L. Holland, Dec. 28, 1956, 1p.
   William L. Holland to N. Kiuchi, Jan. 16, 1957, 2pp.
   Nobutane Kiuchi to William Holland, Jan. 20, 1957, 1p.
   Excerpt of Letter to W. L. Holland from N. Kiuchi, Executive Director of
     the Japan IPR, Feb. 2, 1955, 1p.
   Nobutane Kiuchi to William Holland, Jan. 30, 1957, 1p.
   Nobutane Kiuchi to William Holland, Jan. 27, 1957, 1p., which enclosed was
     a copy of an article under the title of "Recent Spectacular Development
     of Japanese Economy and Its Causes," by Nobutane Kiuchi, 10pp. [Pages
     of 8-1O were included in the volume of UBC SPECIAL COLLECTIONS, FOLDER
     2  (Nd-A922(2)).]
   Non-titled article, 38pp. [lack of pp.1-19]
     (iv) Sino-Japanese Relations and the Political Control of North China,
          pp.20-31.
     (v) Outer Mongolia and Relations between Japan and Russia, pp.32-34.
     (vi) Philippine Independence, pp.35-38.

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UBC SPECIAL COLLECTION, FOLDER 2

  William L. Holland to N. Kiuchi, Mar. 25, 1957, 1p.
  William L. Holland to N. Kiuchi, Mar. 27, 1957, 1p.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William Holland, Mar. 27, 1957, 1p.
  William L. Holland to Nobutane Kiuchi, Apr. 2, 1957, 1p.
  William L. Holland to Nobutane Kiuchi, Mar. 18, 1957, 1p.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William Holland, Mar. 6, 1957, 1p.
  Principal Economic Indicators, 1p.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William Holland, Mar. 20, 1957, 1p.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William Holland, Apr. 16, 1957, 1p.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William Holland, Apr. 30, 1957, 1p.
  Nobutane Eiuchi to J. Morden Murphy, Oct. 21, 1957, 1p.
  J. Morden Murphy to Nobutane Kiuchi, Nov. 14, 1957, 1p.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William Holland, Nov. 18, 1957, 1p.
  William L. Holland to Nobutane Kiuchi, Nov. 23, 1957, 1p.
  "Factors in Japan's Economic Expansion," by Nobutane Kiuchi, 5pp.
  "Factors in Japan's Economic Expansion," 2nd draft by Nobutane Kiuchi, 10p.
  "Factors in Japan's Economic Expansion," 1st draft by Nobutane Kiuchi,
     12pp. [1ack of pp. 4, 7, 9, and 1O.]
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William Holland, Nov. 4, 1957, 1p.
  William L. Holland to N. Kiuchi, Nov. 13, 1957, 2pp.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William Holland, Nov. 26, 1957, 1p.
  William L. Holland to N. Kiuchi, Dec. 3, 1957, 1p.
  Michiyoshi Yokoh to William L. Holland, Dec. 4, 1957, 1p.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William L. Holland, Dec. 12, 1957, 1p.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William Holland, Dec. 5, 1957, 1p.
  William L. Holland to Nobutane Kiuchi, Dec. 12, 1957, 1p.
  Keizo Shibusawa to Harold H. Fisher, Jan. 20, 1954, 1p.
  S. Takahata to W. L. Holland, Jan. 22, 1954, 1p.
  William L. Holland to M. Matsuo, Jan. 28, 1954, 2pp.
  H. H. Fisher to Keizo Shibusawa, Feb. 2, 1954, 1p.
  Memorandum on 12th IPR Conference, Kyoto, Sept. 1954, dated Feb. 3, 1954,
    2pp.
  S. Takahata to W. L. Holland, Mar. 1, 1954, 2pp.
  Room Rates IPR Conference, 1954, Miyako Hotel, Kyoto, Japan, dated Feb. 17,
    1954, 1p.
  William L. Holland to S. Takahata, Mar. 9, 1954, 1p.
  William L. Holland to N. Kiuchi, Apr. 6, 1954, 1p.
  N. Kiuchi to William L. Holland, Apr. 1O, 1954, 1p.
  Accomodations and Rates at Miyako Hotel, 1p.
  Keizo Shibusawa to Harold H. Fisher, Apr. 1O, 1954, 1p.
  Tadao Yanaihara to William L. Holland, Apr. 15, 1954, 2pp.
  William L. Holland to Tadao Yanaihara, Apr. 10, 1954, 2pp.
  William L. Holland to Nobutane Kiuchi, Apr. 23, 1954, 3pp.
  William L. Holland to N. Kiuchi, May 10, 1954, 1p.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William L. Holland, June 7, 1954, 2pp.
  Room Rates of the hyako Hotel, 2pp.
  William L. Holland to Nobutane Kiuchi, June 8, 1954, 1p.
  Tadao Yanaihara to William L. Holland, June 8, 1954, 2pp.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William L. Holland, June 12, 1954, 1p.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William L. Holland, June 17, 1954, 2pp.
  William L. Holland to N. Kiuchi, June 21, 1954, 1p.
  William L. Holland to N. Kiuchi, June 22, 1954, 1p.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William L. Holland, June 28, 1954, 2pp.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William L. Holland, July 1, 1954, 1p.
  W. F. Rivers to N. Kiuchi, June 19, 1954, 1p.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to W. F. Rivers, July 1, 1954, 1p.
  William L. Holland to N. Kiuchi, July 2, 1954, 2pp.
  William L. Holland to N. Kiuchi, July 7, 1954, 1p.
  William L. Holland to N. Kiuchi, July 8, 1954, 1p.
  William L. Holland to N. Kiuchi, July 8, 1954, 1p, which enclosed was a
    draft memorandum on the procedure for the hotel reservations, 1p.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William L. Holland, July 13, 1954, 2pp.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William L. Holland, July 13, 1954, 1p.
  M. Matsuo to W. L. Holland, no date, 1p.
  William L. Holland to N. Kiuchi, July 21, 1954, 2pp.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William L. Holland, July 24, 1954, 2pp.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William L. Holland, Aug. 3, 1954, 1p.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William L. Holland, Aug. 6, 1954, 1p.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William L. Holland, Aug. 7, 1954, 1p.
  William L. Holland to N. Kiuchi, Aug. 11, 1954, 2pp.
  Twelfth International Conference, Institute of Pacific Relations, Kyoto,
    Japan, Sept. 27 - 0ct. 8, 1954, Preliminary Incomplete List of
    Delegates Expected, 2pp.; Supplement to Preliminary Incomplete List of
    Delegates Expected, dated July 17, 1954, 2pp.
  William L. Holland to N. Kiuchi, Aug. 12, 1954, 2pp.
  Takeo Yamauchi to Mary F. Healy, Aug. 14, 1954, 1p.
  Takeo Yamauchi to Mary F. Healy, Aug. 18, 1954, 1p.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to William L. Holland, Aug. 21, 1954, 1p.
  Report of the Japanese National Council, by N. Kiuchi, dated Sept. 25,
    1954, 2pp.
  Nobutane Kiuchi to Holland, Nov. 12, 1954, 1p.
  Provisional List of Japan I.P.R., 2pp.
  Keizo Shibusawa to Edgar Mclnnis, Jan. 14, 1953, 1p.
  T. Ishikawa to William L. Holland, Feb. 6, 1953, 1p.
  T. Ishikawa to Gerard Swope, Feb. 5, 1953, 2pp.
  William L. Holland to Matsuhei Matsuo, Mar. 9, 1953, 1p.
  M. Matsuo to W. L. Holland, Mar. 26, 1953, 5pp.
  Cable from Holland to Matsuo, Mar. 27, 1953, 1p.
  M. Matsuo to W. L. Holland, Apr. 9, 1953, 2pp.
  Keizo Shibusawa to Holland, Apr. 16, 1953, 1p.
  William L. Holland to M. Matsuo, Apr. 24, 1953, 1p.
  William L. Holland to M. Matsuo, Apr. 24, 1953, 1p.
  Cable from Holland to Matsuo, May 11, 1953, 1p.
  M. Matsuo to W. L. Holland, May 23, 1953, 1p.
  Keizo Shibusawa to Edgar Mclnnis, 25, 1953, 1p.
  William L. Holland to M. Matsuo, May 29, 1953, 2pp.
  Cable from Holland to Matsuo, May 29, 1953, 1p.
  Keizo Shibusawa to Edgar Mclnnis, June 8, 1953, 1p.
  M. Matsuo to W. L. Holland, June 11, 1953, 1p.
  Keizo Shibusawa to Edgar Mclnnis, June 8, 1953, 2pp.
  Keizo Shibusawa to Paul G. Hoffman, June 9, 1953, 2pp.
  M. Matsuo to W. L. Holland, June 24, 1953, 1p.
  William L. Holland to Matsuhei Matsuo, June 20, 1953, 1p.
  William L. Holland to M. Matsuo, July 1, 1953, 1p.
  William L. Holland to Matsuo, July 1, 1953, 1p.
  Keizo Shibusawa to Edgar Mclnnis, July 3, 1953, 1p.
  M. Matsuo to William L. Holland, July 10, 1953, 1p.
  Cable from Holland to Matsuo, July 24, 1953, 1p.
  M. Matsuo to W. L. Holland, Aug. 4, 1953, 3pp.
  William L. Holland to M. Matsuo, Aug. 1O, 1953, 2pp.
  M. Matsuo to W. L. Holland, Aug. 27, 1953, 1p.
  Keizo Shibusawa to Edgar Mclnnis, Sept. 26, 1953, 1pp.
  William L. Holland to LeRoy Kajiwara, Oct. 7, 1953, 1p.
  M. Matsuo to W. L. Holland, Nov. 26, 1953, 1p.
  Text of Kitadai's Message to the Pacific Council Meeting in London, 3pp.
  M. Matsuo to W. L. Holland, Jan. 5, 1952, 2pp.
  Seiya Kitadai to A. H. Dean, Jan. 3, 1952, 1p.
  M. Matsuo to W. L. Holland, Feb. 5, 195a 2pp.
  George Yamaoka to Shigehiro Kitadai, July 6, 1948, 1p.
  Charles F. Trayes to George Yamaoka, Mar. 21, 1946, 1p.
  William L. Holland to M. Matsuo, Feb. l4, 1952, 2pp.
  H. L. Wendel to George Yamaoka, June 28, 1948, 1p.
  M. Matsuo to W. L. Holland, Mar. 14, 1952, 3pp.
  M. Matsuo to W. L. Holland, Mar. 31, 1952, 1p.
  Ken Matsumoto to W. L. Holland, Apr. 4, 1952, 1p.
  William L. Holland to M. Matsuo, May 13, 1952, 2pp.
  M. Matsuo to W. L. Holland, June 16, 1952, 3pp.
  William L. Holland to M. Matsuo, June 24, 1952, 3pp.
  William L. Holland to M. Matsuo, July 18, 1952, 2pp.
  Ken Matsumoto to William L. Holland, Aug. 1, 1952, 1p.
  An Application form from Nihon Taiheiyo Mondai Chyosakai [Sic], Kansai
    Iinkai (Western Group, Japan Institute of Pacific Studies) to the
    American Institute of Pacific Relations to send some documents, 1p.
  Cable from Matsuo to Holland, July 25, 1952, 1p.
  Ann Stopp to Ken Matsumoto, Aug. 8, 1952, 1p.
  William L. Holland to M. Matsuo, Aug. 11, 1952, 1p.
  M. Matsuo to W. L. Holland, Aug. 11, 1952, 2pp.
  Matsuo to Bill, Aug. 12, 1952, 1p.
  William L. Holland to T. Yanaihara, Aug. 19, 1952, 2pp.
  William L. Holland to M. Matsuo, Aug. 19, 1952, 2pp.
  William L. Holland to M. Matsuo, Aug. 19, 1952, 2pp.
  Kenji Nishiike to Ann Stopp, Aug. 19, 1952, 1p.
  William L. Holland to M. Matsuo, Aug. 21, 1952, 2pp.
  William L. Holland to M. Matsuo, Sept. 5, l952, 1p.
  William L. Holland to Robert Scalapino, Sept. 5, 1952, 1p.
  Invitation from Waseda University to the Institute of Pacific Relations to
    the Convocation to be held on the Campus in Tokyo, Japan, on Oct. 21,
    1952, to celebrate the Septuagenarian Year of the University, 1p.
  William L. Holland to M. Matsuo, Sept. 8, 1952, 1p.
  M. Matsuo to J. Ballard Atherton, Sept. 5, 1952, 2pp.
  William L. Holland to M. Matsuo, Sept. 22, 1952, 1p.
  Cable from Holland to Matsuo, Sept. 22, 1952, 1p.
  M. Matsuo to W. L. Holland, Oct. 11, 1952, 2pp.
  Ruth D. Carter to M. Matsuo, Oct. 24, 1952, 1p.
  Cable from Holland to Shibusawa, Oct. 26, 1953, 1p.
  William L. Holland to Matsuhei Matsuo, May. 18, 1952, 1p.
  William L. Holland to M. Matsuo, Now. 24, 1952, 2pp.
  William L. Holland to M. Matsuo, Dec. 5, 1952, 1p.
  Seiya Kitadai to W. L. Holland, Dec. 13, 1952, 2pp.
  M. Matsuo to W. L. Holland, Dec. 16, 1952, 3pp.
  Cable from Holland to Matsuo, Dec. 22, 1952, 1p.
  William Holland to M. Matsuo, Dec. 24, 1952, 2pp.
  Memorandum on preparation for an informal conference on Japanese-American
    Relations, Honolulu, Jan. 17-20, 1953, 2pp.
  Melvin Conant to William L. Holland, Oct. 13, 1952, 2pp.
  Melvin Conant to William L. Holland, Nov. 5, 1952, 1p.
  Melvin Conant to William L. Holland, Nov. 14, 1952, 2pp.
  John M. Allison to William L. Holland, Jan. 2, 1953, 1p.
  "Security in the North Pacific: A Conference on Japanese-American
    Relationships," revised draft memorandum of the Hawaii I.P.R., Aug.
    1952, 7pp.
  Alvin Johnson to Gerard Swope, Dec. 17, 1954, 1p.
  William L. Holland to Gerard Swope, Apr. 8, 1955, 2pp.
  William L. Holland to Gerard Swope, May 16, 1955, 1p.
  Gerard Swope to W. Randolph Burgess, Mar. 28, 1952, 2pp.
  William L. Holland to Dean Rusk, Jan. 25, 1955, 1p.
  "Problems of the Japan IPR," by Genji Okubo, Oct. 23, 1954, 4pp.
  William L. Holland to Nobutane Kiuchi, Sept. 29, 1955, 2pp.
  W. L. Holland to Morden, Mar. 30, 1956, 1p.
  Letter to Wm. L. Holland, May 8, 1956, 2pp. [MS]
  William L. Holland to Kinoshita, Sept. 18, 1957, 1p.
  William L. Holland to Shigeo Matsumoto, May 17, 1954, 1p.
  Ken Matsumoto to W. L. Holland, Mar. 6, 1954, 2pp.
  William L. Holland to Shigeo Matsumoto, Oct. 16, 1952, 1p.
  Shigeo Matsumoto to William L. Holland, Feb. 19, 1953, 1p.
  William L. Holland to Shigeo Matsumoto, Oct. 9, 1953, 1p.
  Owen Lattimore to Bill, Mar. 16, 1954, 1p., which enc1osed was an address
    delivered at the Boston Lecture and titled "The End of the Colonial
    Age," by Owen Lattimore, 17pp.
  Owen Lattimore Bibliography, 15pp.
  Book Review of Japan's Emergence as a Modern State by E. Herbert Norman, by
    Owen Lattimore, dated Baltimore, June 1947, 2pp.
  Book Review of Japan's Emergence as a Modern State by E. Herbert Norman, in
    the Far Eastern Quarterly, Aug. 1943, 1p.
  Book Review of Japan's Emergence as a Modern State by E. Herbert Norman, in
    the American Historical Review, Apr. 1941, 1p.
  Book Review of Japan's Emergence as a Modern State by E. Herbert Norman, by
    Paul M. A. Linebarger in the Journal of Politics, vo1.3, 1941, 3pp.
  Book Review of Japan's Emergence as a Modern State by E. Herbert Norman, in
    the American Journal of International Law, Jan. 1941, 1p.
  Book Review of Japan's Emergence as a Modern State by A. Herbert Norman, in
    the Pacific Historical Review, Dec. 1940, 1p.
  Book Review of Japan's Emergence as a Modern State by E. Herbert Norman, by
    0. M. Green in the International Affairs, Oct. 1940, 1p.
  Book Review of Japan's Emergence as a Modern State by E. Herbert Norman, by
    Owen Lattimore in the American Academy of Political and Social Science,
    vo1.21l (Sept. 1940), 1p.
  ECC from PEL, Jan. 18, 1946, 1p.
  Herbert Norman to Phil, Nov. 18, 1946, 1p.
  Art Bisson to Mary, Mar. 16, 1947, 1p. [MS]
  Mary F. Healy to T. A. Bisson, Apr. 4, 1947, 1p.
  A. R. Menzies to Mary Hea1y, Dec. 9, 1947, 1p.
  Mary F. Healy to A. R. Menzies, Dec. 11, 1947, 1p.
  E. H. Norman to Mary Hea1y, Apr. 16, 1943, 2pp.
  E. H. Norman to Mary Healy, Apr. 30, 1943, 2pp.
  E. H. Norman to Mary Healy, Apr. 28, 1943, 1p., which enclosed were
    corrections for the three appendices to Norman's pamphlet, 4pp.
  E. H. Norman to Mary Healy, Apr. 22, 1943, 1p.
  E. H. Norman to Mary Healy, May 10, 1943, 2pp.
  E. H. Norman to Mary Healy, May 3, 1943, 4pp.
  E. H. Norman to Mary Healy, hy 26, 1943, 3pp.
  E. H. Norman to Mary Healy, June 2, 1943, 2pp.
  E. H. Norman to Mary Healy, July 6, 1943, 2pp.
  E. H. Norman to Mary Healy, June 16, 1943, 1p., which enclosed was the
    final correction for Norman's pamphlet, 2pp.
  E. H. Norman to Katrine Parsons, Dec. 8, 1943, 1p.

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  Edward C. Carter to Conrado Benitez, Mar. 4, 1933, 2pp.
  Phil to Isabel Ward, Dec. 13, 1941, 1p.
  Owen Lattimore to M. G. Shippe, Feb. 23, 1939, 1p.
  Letter to Carl L. Alsberg, May 15, 1934, 2pp.
  Tomohiko Ushida to Frederick V. Fie1d, Apr. 24, 1939, 3pp.
  Wm. W. Lockwood to Philip J. Jaffe, Oct. 30, 1940, 1p.
  Philip J. Jaffe to William W. Lockwood, Nov. 22, 1940, 1p.
  Wm. W. Lockwood to Philip J. Jaffe, Nov. 26, 1940, 2pp.
  Owen Lattimore to V. E. Motylev, Apr. 21, 1939, 1p.
  Owen Lattimore to H. E. Yarnel1, Sept. 30, 1940, 2pp.
  Owen Lattimore to K. A. Wittfoge1, Nov. 29, 1938, 1p.
  Owen Lattimore to Frederick V. Field, Nov. 2, 1936, 4pp.
  Comment and Correspondence, "Sanctions against Japan," 4pp.
  Frederick V. Fie1d to Owen Lattimore, Dec. 18, 1939, 1p.
  "The Third Alternative," no date, 4pp.
  ECC from WLH, Nov. 21, 1941, 1p.
  ECC from WLH, May 27, 1940, 1p.
  WLH from ECC, June 4, 1940, 1p.
  FVF from ECC, June 4, 1940, 1p.
  FVF from ECC, June 28, 1940, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Tamon Mayeda, Apr. 18, 1940, 1p.
  ECC from FVF, no date, 5pp.
  Edwin Johnson to Field, June 28, 1940, 1p., which enclosed was a material
    titled "A Declaration against Conscription," 2pp.
  Edward C. Carter to Frederick V. Field, July 2, 1940, 2pp.
  Harriet L. Moore to E. C. Carter, Jan. 15, 1941, 1p.
  ED from ECC, May 5, 1941, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Philip C. Jessup, June 24, 1941, 1p.
  Joseph C. Grew to Edward C. Carter, Aug. 21, 1941, 1p.
  Form Letter accompanying "Long Range Peace Objectives," by John Foster
    Dulles, Oct. 15, 1941, 1p.
  Tadao Yanaihara to Edward C. Carter, Ju1y 8, 1941, 2pp.
  WLH from ECC, Jan. 25, 1943, 1p.
  Stanley K. Hornbeck to Edward C. Carter, Jan. 20, 1943, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Mrs. Maxim Litvinoff, Mar. 5, 1943, 1p.
  Litvinoff to Carter, Mar. 10, 1943, 1p.
  Edward C. Carter to Henry R. Luce, July 14, 1943, 2pp.
  E. C. Carter to William D. Carter, Dec. 17, 1943, 2pp.
  HMG from ECC, Dec. 22, 1943, 1p.
  David N. Rowe to Edward C. Carter, Nov. 29, 1946, 2pp.
  Karl A. Wittfogel to Edward C. Carter, Apr. 1O, 1947, 2pp.
  M. G. Shippe to Edward C. Carter, Feb. 1, 1938, 1p.
  M. G. Shippe to Edward C. Carter, Mar. 10, 1938, 1p.
  "Study on Politico-Economic Changes in the Sino-Japanese War," Detailed
     Outline, 4pp.
  M. G. Shippe to Edward C. Carter, Jan. 2, 1939, 1p.
  M. G. Shippe to Edward C. Carter, May 1, 1939, 1p.
  M. G. Shippe to Edward C. Carter, May 1, 1939, 1p. [MS]
  M. G. Shippe to Edward C. Carter, May 23, 1939, 1p.
  WLH to Phil, Nov. 21, 1941, 1p.
  Phil to Bill, Nov. 27, 1941, 1p.
  WLH from PEL, Dec. 8, 1941, 1p.
  Shippe (Asiaticus) to Lilienthal, Aug. 9, 1941, 1p.
  Asiaticus to Lilientha1, Oct. 6, 1941, 2pp.
  "The Internatona1 Significance of the Far Eastern Conflict," by Asiaticus
    (M. G. Shippe or some other pseudonym), Draft Preface, by W. L.
     Holland, dated Oct. 1941, 1p.
  List of articles written by "Asiaticus" (M. G. Shippe), 1p.
  Comments on Articles by D. Borg, 2pp.
  Notes on "Asiaticus" by D. Borg, 49pp. [MS]
  Report on "Asiaticus" - Book, by D. Borg, 2pp.
  List of articles written by "Asiaticus," 1p.
  Comments on Articles, 2 + 7 + 4 pp.
  James Burnham, "How the IPR Helped Stalin Seize China," in the Freeman,
    June 30, 1952, pp.643-654.
  Standard Practices and Policies of the International Secretariat, Institute
    of Pacific Relations, May 19, 1947, 3pp.
  "Pacific Problem: A Report of the Sixth I.P.R. Conference," 4pp.
  "Japan Eyes the China Market" (Tokyo Correspondent), in the Economist,
     Sept. 6, 1952, pp.562-563.
  Makoto Saito to Holland, Nov. 21, 1952, 1p.
  Nihon Taiheiyo Mondai Chosakai (Japan Institute of Pacific Studies),
    Taiheiyo Mondai Chosakai to Kyoto Kaigi (Institute of Pacific Relations
    and the Pacific Conference, Kyoto), May 1954, ii + 30 pp. [in Japanese]
  "Pacific Relations," by Prof. Angus, May 31, 1930, 10pp.
 
  The Far East 1935, provisional draft chapter for "Survey of International
    Affairs, 1935," by G. E. Hubbard, submitted by special arrangement, as
    a preparatory paper for the Sixth Conference of the Institute of
    Pacific Relations held at Yosemite, California, from Aug. 15 to 29,
    1936, United Kingdom Papers, No.2 (London: Royal Institute of
    International Affairs, 1936), iii + 35 pp. [1ack of pp.18-35]
    Title page, p.i; Prefatory Note by Arnold J. Toynbee, dated Apr. 1,
      1936, p.ii; Table of Contents, p.iii.
    (i) Introduction, pp.1-7.
    (ii) Internal conditions in China, pp.8-12.
    (iii) Internal developments in Japan, pp.13-17.

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A923(1)
EXROXED IPR MATERIALS, FOLDER 1

  U.S. Senate, 82nd Cons., 2nd Sess., Committee on the Judiciary, Hearings on
    the Institute of Pacific Relations, pt.12, Mar. 28, 29, 31, and Apr. 1,
    1952 (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1952),
    pp. 4064-4067, 4134-4135, 4154-4155, 4224-4225, 4228-4231, 4262-4263.
  U.S. Senate, 82nd Cons., 2nd Sess., Committee on the Judiciary, Hearings on
    the Institute of Pacific Re1ations, pt.14, May 2, June 20, 1952
    (Washington  D.C.:  U.S.  Government  Printing  Office,  1952),
    pp. 5020-5023, 5030-5031, 5118-5119, 5584-5585, 5684-5685.
  Institute of Pacific Relations, News Bulletin (Extracts from Letters
    Received from Members), Honolulu, Hawaii, May 20, 1926, 8pp.
  Institute of Pacific Relations, News Bulletin, Honolulu, Hawai, June 25,
    1926, 12pp.
  Institute of Pacific Relations, News Bulletin, Honolulu, Hawaii, Aug. 24,
    1926, 15pp.
  A Bird's-Eye View of the Institute of Pacific Relations, by Galen M. 
    Fisher(New York: Institute of Pacific Relations, 1937), 17pp.
  
  William L. Holland to Robert Morris, June 28, 1951, 1p.
  American Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, Biennial Report, 
  1927-1929(New York: American Institute of Pacific Relations, 1930), 67pp.
    Title page and Table of Contents, pp.1-3.
    Report of the Honorary Secretary, pp.5-41.
      Relations to Other Organizations, pp.7-14.
      Regional Activity, pp. 14-22.
        The San Francisco Bay Region Group, pp.14-19.
        Southern California, p.19.
        Seattle, pp.19-20.
        Chicago, pp.20-21.
        Hawaii, pp.21-22.
        Peiping, pp.22.
      Research Committee, pp.22-28.
        List of Projects and Data Papers, pp.24-26.
        Other Current Research Projects, pp.26-28.
      Education Committee, pp.28-33.
        Cooperating with Newspapers and Periodicals, pp.31-32.
        Publications, pp.32-33.
      Biennial Conference, pp.33-36.
      Relation to the Philippine Council, pp.36-37.
      Visits,  pp.37-39.
      The Resignation of Dr. Ray Lyman Wilbur, pp.39-40.
      Some Questions Requiring Study by the American Council, pp.40-41.
    Appendices to the Honorary Secretary's Report, pp.42-49.
      I. Extracts from the Charter of the Royal Institute of
         International Affairs, pp.42.
      II. Technique of International Conference, pp.42-44.
         (a) Sir Arthur Salter, pp.42-43.
         (b) Charles P. Howland, pp.43-44.
      III. Cooperative Fact-Finding, pp.44-45.
      IV. American Membership of the Kyoto Conference, pp45-48.
      V. Program of the International Research Committee as approved by
        the Pacific Council at Kyoto, Nov. 8, 1929, pp.48-49.
    Report of the Treasurer for the Calender Year 1929, pp.51-67.
      Receipts,  pp.59-62.
      Expenditures,  p.63.
      Treasurer's Postscript, pp.64-65.
      Auditor's Report, pp.65-67.

  Annual Report of the Secretary of the American Council of the Institute of
  Pacific Relations, 1939-1940, 48pp.
    Title page and Table of Contents, p.1-3.
    Genenral Report, pp.4-7.
    Organizational  Development,  pp.8-11.
      Membership,  pp.8-10.
      Regional  Divisions,  pp.10-11.
    Research and Publications, pp.12-26.
      International,  pp.12-23.
      The IPR Inquiry into the Sino-Japanese Conflict, pp.12-14.
        Inquiry Series Published in Mar. and Apr., p.13.
        Other Inquiry Studies to be Published in the Spring and
          Summer of 1940, p13.
        Other Studies to Appear Later in l940, pp.13-14.
      The International Research Program, pp.14-23.
        New IPR Studies, 1939-1940, pp15-18.
          Economic Development of Southeast China, p.15.
          Southeast Asia and the South Pacific, pp.15-17.
          Transport and Communications in the Pacific, p.17.
          Narcotic Drugs in the Far East, pp.17-18.
        List of Earlier Studies, pp.18-23.
           Studies Published in 1938, 1939, and 1940, pp.18-20.
           Studies in Progress, pp.20-23.
           English Translations, p.23.
           Japanese Council Studies, p.23.
           Soviet Council Studies, p.23.
    American,  pp.24-26.
      National Research and Publications, pp.24-26.
      San Francisco Research Conference, p.26.
  Educational  Activities,  pp.26-38.
    Conferences and Study Groups, pp.26-31.
      The International Study Meeting at Virginia Beach,
        pp.26-28.
      Regional Conferences, pp.28-29.
      Current Events Meetings, p.29.
      Special Conferences, p.30.
      Study Groups, p.30-31.
    New York City Secondary School Program, pp.31-34.
      Purpose,  p.31.
      The Teachers' Seminar, pp.32-34.
        Response,  p.32.
        Course of Study, p.32.
        Endorsement,  pp.32-34.
      The Students' Program, p.34.
    Bibliographies,   pp.34-35.
    Checklist of Library Materials in Southern California, p.35.
    Film Pamphlet, pp.36-37.
    Golden Gate International Exposition, pp.37-38.
  Finances,  pp.39-44.
    Auditor's Report for the Year Ending Dec. 31, 1939, pp.39-41.
    Analysis of Disbursements, 1936, 1937, 1938 and 1939, p.42.
    Analysis of Receipts, 1936, 1937, 1938 and 1939, p.42.
    Number of Contributers (Individuals and Corporations), by Regions
      and by Size of Contribution, 1937, 1938 and 1939, pp.43-44.
  Officers and Committees, pp.45-47.
    National Officers, pp.45-46.
    Regional Officers, p.46.

  Annual Report of the American Council of the Institute of Pacific
  Relations, 1940-1941, 47pp.
    Tit1e page and Table of Contents, pp.1-3.
    General,  pp.4-11.
    Membership,  pp.11-14.
    Far Eastern Survey, pp.15-16.
    Educational Work, pp.17-24.
      1. Regional Conferences and Round Table Discussions, pp.17-19.
      2. Secondary School Programs, pp.19-22.
      3. Libraries and Information Service, pp.22-23.
      4. Cooperation with Other Organizations, p.24.
    Research and Publications of the American Council, pp.25-29.
      1. "Studies of the Pacific," pp.26-27.
      2. Other Publications and Studies, pp.27-28.
      3. American Council Pamphlets, pp.28-29.
    Research and Publications of the Pacific Council, pp.29-34.
      1. Published Studies in the Inquiry Series, pp.30-31.
      2. Inquiry Series to Appear during 1941, pp.31-32.
      3. Other Publications, 1940 and 1941, pp.32-34.
       4. Studies in Course of Publication, p.34.
    Finances,  pp.35-42.
      I. Auditor's Report for the Year Ending Dec. 31, 1940, pp.35-37.
      II. Analysis of Disbursements, 1937-1940, p.38.
      III. Ana1ysis of Receipts, 1937-1940, p.38.
      IV. Hawaii Group: Statement of Receipts and Disbursements, p.39.
      V. San Francisco Bay Region Division: Summary of Cash Transactions,
        p.40.
      VI. Number of Contributions by Regions and by Size of Contribution,
        pp.41-42.
    Officers and Committees, pp.43-45.

  The IPR in Wartime: Annual Report of the Secretary of the American Council
  of the Institute of Pacific Relations, [1941-1943], 60pp.
    Title page and Table of Contents, pp.1-3.
    Officers,  p.5.
    Introduction: A Two-Year Review, by Ray Lyman Wilbur, pp.7-8.
    Aid to War Agencies, pp.9-11.
    The Mont Tremblant Conference, p.12-14.
    IPR Studies of the Pacific, pp.15-22.
      International Research Program, 1941-42, pp.15-17.
      American Counci1 Studies, pp.17-19.
      New IPR Research Plans, pp19-22.
    The Far East in the Schools, pp.23-26.
    IPR Pamphlets on the Far East, p.27.
    Far Eastern Survey, p.28.
    Study Conferences and Discussions, pp.29-30.
    Informational Services,  pp.31-33.
    Regional Offices, pp.34-40.
      Hawaii,  pp.34-35.
      Southern California, p.36.
      The Northwest, p.37.
      Chicago,  p.38.
      San Francisco Bay Region, pp.39-40.
    Staff, Membership, Income, pp.41-44.
    Publications of the IPR, 1941-1943, pp.45-48.
    Auditor's Reports, pp.49-60.

  Annual Report of the American Council, Institute of Pacific Relations,
  1936, 40pp.
    Title page and Table of Contents, pp.1-3.
    Introduction,  pp.5-7.
    Educational Program and Activities, pp.7-20.
      A. Projects to Facilitate Research, pp.9-16.
        1. Chinese Language School, pp.9-12.
        2. Bibliographical Exhibit, p.12.
        3. Bibliographical Information, pp.12-13.
        4. American Council Library and Library Work, pp.13-14.
        5. Coordination List of American Research Projects, p.14.
        6. Consultation with Students, p.14.
        7. Publications, pp.14-16.
      B. Projects to Implement Public Opinion, pp.16-17.
      C. Projects to Affect School Teaching about the Pacific, pp.18-20.
        1. Hawaii High School Textbooks, pp.18-19.
        2. California High School Syllabus, p19.
        3. Educational Moving Picture, p.20.
    Report on Research, pp.20-29.
      A. Introduction, pp.20-21.
      B. International Research Program, pp.21-24.
        1. Completion of Studies on Land Utilization, Standards of
           Living, and Public Opinion, pp.22.
        2. International Textile Competition, pp.22-23.
        3. Foreign Policy and Diplomatic Machinery, p.23.
        4. Pacific Shipping, p.23.
        5. Economic Developments in Dependent Territories of the
           Pacific,  pp.23-24.
        6. Treaty Ports in China, p.24.
        7. Individual Studies under Secretariat Auspices, p24.
        8. Economic Handbook of the Pacific Area, p.24.
      C. American Council Participation in the International Research
         Program,  pp.24-27.
        1. Standards of Living, pp.24-25.
        2. Press and Public Opinion, pp.25-26.
        3. International Textile Competition, p.26.
        4. North Pacific Fisheries, pp.26-27.
        5. Pacific Shipping, p.27.
      D. Other American Council Research, pp.27-29.
        1. Yosemite Conference Data Papers, p28.
        2. Far Eastern Survey, pp.28-29.
        3. Recent Trends in the Far East, p.29.
    Report of the San Francisco Bay Region Group, pp.30-33.
      A. Distribution of Materials, pp.30-31.
      B. Public Relations, p.31.
      C. Education, pp.32-33.
    Report of the Hawaii Group, pp.33-34.
      A. Research Committee, p.33.
      B. Education Committee, pp.33-34.
      C. Committee on Meetings and Study Groups, p.34.
      D. Plans for 1937, p.34.
    Financial Report, pp.35-38.
      A. Auditor's Report for the Year Ending Dec. 31, 1936, pp.35-37.
      B. Analysis of American Council Receipts for the Year 1936, p.38.
    Officers and Committees of the American Council, pp.39-40.

  Annual Report of the Secretary, American Council, Institute of Pacific
  Relations, 1937, ii + 45 pp.
    Title page and Table of Contents, pp.i-ii.
    Introduction,  pp.1-3.
    Information and Education, pp.3-2l.
      Libraries as Nuclei of I.P.R. Services, pp.4-6.
      Information Services, pp.6-12.
      Far Eastern Survey, pp.6-7.
      Articles and News Releases, pp.7-8.
      Reading Lists, pp.8-9.
      Publications,  pp.9-12.
    Teaching about the Pacific, pp.12-17.
      Universities and Colleges, p.12.
      Secondary Schools, pp.12-13.
      Language Teaching, pp.13-17.
        The Russian Language School, pp.13-15.
        The Chinese Language School, pp.15-17.
    Visual Education, pp.17-18.
    Maps of the Pacific, pp.18-19.
    Lectures,  pp.19-20.
    Other Adult Educational Activities, pp.20-21.
  Research,  pp.21 - 28.
    North Pacific Fisheries, pp.22-23.
    Press and Pub1ic Opinion, pp.23-24.
    International Textile Competition, p.24.
    American Far Eastern Policy, pp.24-25.
    Economic and Social History of China, p.25.
    Recent Trends in the Far East, p.26.
    Cultural Change in the Fiji Islands, p.26.
    International Studies Conference, pp.26-27.
    Current Economic Developments in the Pacific Area, p.27.
    Bay Region Research Advisory Committee, pp.27-28.
    Memorandum on Research in International Relations, p.28.
    Coordination List of American Research Projects, p.28.
  Other Activities, pp.28-30.
    American Relations with the Philippine Islands, pp.28-29.
    Oriental Student, p.29.
    War Relief, pp.29-30.
    Personnel,  p.30.
  Regional Activities of the American Council, pp.30-38.
    Introduction,  pp.30-31.
    Report of the Hawaii Group, pp.31-34.
    Report of the San Francisco Bay Region Group, pp.35-36.
    Report on the Pacific Northwest Unit, pp.36-37.
    Report on the Southern California Unit, pp.37-38.
  Financial Report, pp.39-43.
    Auditor's Report for the Year Ending Dec. 31, 1937, pp.39-41.
      Analysis of American Council Receipts for the Year 1937, pp.42-43.
    Officers and Committees of the American Council, pp.44-45.

  Annual Report of the Secretary of the American Council of the Institute of
  Pacific Relations, 1938, ii + 61 pp.
    Title page and Table of Contents, pp.i-ii.
    Introduction: Policies of the American Council, pp.1-2.
    Membership, by Margaret R. Taylor, pp.2-4.
      Regional Distribution, p.3.
      Occupational  Distribution, p.4.
    Educational Program, pp.4-15.
      Regional Conferences on American Policy and the Sino-Japanese War,
        pp.6-7.
      Chinese Language Summer School, by George A. Kennedy, pp.7-1O.
      The Golden Gate International Exposition, by John H. Oakie,
        pp.11-12.
      Staff Activities, pp.12-13.
      Libraries and Book Exhibits, pp.14-15.
    Regional Reports, pp.15-24.
      Report of the Hawaii Group, by Charles F. Loomis, pp.15-18.
      Report of the San Francisco Bay Region Division, by John H. Oakie,
        pp.18-22.
      Report of the Southern California Division, by Warren Scott,
        pp.22-24.
    Research and Publications, by William W. Lockwood, Jr., pp.24-29.
      Introduction,  pp.24-25.
      Participation in the International Research Program, pp.25-26.
        Press and Public Opinion, p.25.
        North Pacific Fisheries, p.25.
        American Shipping in the Pacific, pp.25-26.
        Pacific Dependencies, p.26.
        Standards of Living in Hawaii, p.26.
        Cooperation in Other International Secretariat Projects, p.26.
      Relations of the United States to the Sino-Japanese Conflict,
        pp.26-27.
        American Policy in the Far East, p.27.
        American Educational and Philanthropic Enterprises in China, as
          Affected by the Sino-Japanese War, p.27.
        American Economic Interests in the Far East, p.27.
        Other Research Projects and Publications, pp.27-28.
          Far Eastern Survey, pp.27-28.
          "Studies of the Pacific," p.28.
          "Pacific House Bibiliographies," p.28.
          Other Staff Research Projects, p.28.
        General Promotion and Planning of Research, p.29.
      Survey of the International Research Program, by William L. Holland,
        pp.29-44.
        The International Research Program, 1939-1940, pp.30-32.
          Completion of Current Projects, p.30.
          Special National Projects, p.30.
          New General Studies or Fields of Study, pp.30-32.
          Other Studies of Interest to the I.P.R., p.32.
        Classified List of Earlier Studies, pp.32-44.
          Published Reports, pp.32-35.
          Reports in Course of Publication, p.35.
          Studies Completed and Being Prepared for Publication, pp.35-37.
          Other Projects in Progress, pp.37-43.
          Projects Discontinued or Modified, p.44.
      Financial Report, pp45-49.
        Auditor's Report for the Year Ending Dec. 31, 1938, pp.45-47.
        Analysis of American Council Receipts for the Year 1938, pp.48-49.
      Incorporation and Adoption of New By-Laws, pp.50-57.
        Certificate of Incorporation, pp.50-52.
        By-Laws,  pp.53-57.
      Officers and Committees of the American Council, pp.58-61.
        American Council National Officers, pp.58-59.
        American Council Regional Officers, pp.59-61.

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  Joseph Barnes and Frederick V. Field, Behind the Far Eastern Conflict (New
  York: American Institute of Pacific Relations, 1933), 47pp.
    Title page and Table of Contents, pp.1-3.
    I. Introduction, p.5.
    II. Group Interest in Japan, pp.6-20.
       Japan's Basic Problem, pp.6-9.
         Industry or Agriculture, pp.7-8.
         The Shift after 1868, pp.8-9.
       Dependence on Foreign Countries, pp.9-l2.
         Balance of Payments, pp.10-11.
         Foreign Purchases - Imports, pp.11-12.
         Foreign Sales - Exports, p.12.
       Control of Power in Japan, pp.l2-16.
         Industry and Finance, pp.13-14.
         Agriculture and Small Trade, p.15.
         Depression,  p.16.
       The Rise of Fascism, pp.16-18.
       Japanese Solutions, pp.18-20.
    III. Group Interests in China, pp.21-35.
       Geography,  pp.22-23.
       Population,  pp.23-25.
       Agricultural China, pp.25-28.
         Communist Farmers, pp.25-27.
         The Non-Communists, pp.27-28.
         Relatives of Emigrants, p.28.
       The Feudal Bourgeoisie, pp.28-31.
         Urban  Intelligentsia,  pp.29-30.
         War Lords and Officials, p.30.
         The Young Marsha1, pp.30-3l.
       The Industrial Fringe, pp.3l-32.
       The National Government, pp.32-33.
       The Manchurian Stake, pp.34-35.
    IV. International Interests, pp.36-45.
       Foreign Policies and Commerce, pp.36-37.
       Vested Interest in Peace, p.38.
       Soviet Russia, pp.38-39.
       The Lytton Report, pp.39-41.
         Recommendations,  pp.40-41.
       Execution of the Recommendations, pp.41-44.
         International Public Opinion, pp.41-42.
         Economic Sanctions, pp.42-43.
         Attrition,  pp.43-44.

  Conflict in the Far East, 1931-1932, prepared by the Staff of the American
  Council, Institute of Pacific Relations (New York: May l932), 47pp.
    Title page and Table of Contents, pp.2-4.
    Ch.I: Why Are We, as Americans, Interested ?, pp.5-10.
      The American Stake in China, pp.6-1O.
        Cultural,  p.6.
        Econohc,  pp.6-9.
        Political,  pp.9-10.
    Ch.II: The Course of the Controversy in the Far East, pp.11-20.
      The Nakamura Case, pp.11-12.
      The Incident of Sept. 18, pp.12-14.
      The Power of the Military in Japan, pp.14-l5.
        The Extension of the Occupation, pp.15-16.
        The Chinese Boycot [Sic], pp.16-17.
        The Japanese Ultimatum, pp.17-18.
        The Battle of Shanghai, p.19.
        Unexpected Chinese Resistance, pp.19-20.
    Ch.III: The Causes of the Controversy, pp.21-38.
      The Political History of Manchuria, pp.21-29.
        The First Chinese-Japanese War, pp.22-23.
        The Ascendency of Japan in Manchuria, pp.23-24.
        Manchurian Railroads and American Capital, pp.24-25.
        The Twenty-One Demands, pp.25-26.
        Resistance to Japan Aggression, pp.26-27.
        The Chinese Eastern Railway Dispute, p.28.
        Strategic Significance of Manchuria, pp.28-29.
      Economic Pressures in Manchuria, pp.29-36.
        The Land and Its Resources, pp29-31.
        China's Hunger for Land, pp.31-32.
        The Russian Drive for Railroads, pp.32-34.
        Japanese Industrial Pressure, pp.34-35.
        Conflicting Pressures in Manchuria, pp.35-36.
      The Present Balance of Forces, pp.36-38.
    Ch.IV: United States and League Policy, pp.39-42.
      Close American Cooperation with the League, p.40.
      The League Commission and the Stimson Doctrine, pp.41-42.
    Ch.V: The Way Out, pp.43-47.
      Satisfaction with Existing Peace Machinery, p.44.
      The Capper Resolution, p.45.
      Perfecting Embargo Provisions, p.45.
      The Control of Pressures, pp.46-47.
      The Radical Solution, p.47.

  The Fifith Biennial Conference of the Institute of Pacific Relations: a
  Brief Forecast of the Program of the 1933 Conference, Circulated to
  National Councils and Institute Members for Discussion and Criticism
  (Honolulu: Institute of Pacific Relations, 1932), iii + 46 pp.
    Title page and Table of Contents, pp.i-iii.
    Preface, by Hu Shih, dated Feb. 1, 1932, pp.1-5.
    I. Introductory, pp.7-10.
    II. Economic Conflict and Control, pp.11-16.
    III. Economic Planning, pp.17-22.
    IV. Political Conflict and Control, pp.23-26.
    V. Cultural Conflict and Control, pp.27-34.
    VI. The 1931-33 Research Program, pp.35-40.
    VII. Questions for Discussion and Research, pp.41-46.

   Memorials of Premier Tanaka, trans. by L. T. Chen, printed for privated
   circulation among Chinese and other members of the Institute of Pacific
   Relations, 1929, v + 36 pp.
     Title page and Preface by L. T. Chen, dated Sept. 1, 1929, pp.i-iv.
     Memorials presented to His Majesty the Emperor of Japan by Premier
       Tanaka, Outlining the Positive Policy in Manchuria, pp.1-36.

  Economic Reconstruction in the Far East, no date, xxix + 127 pp. [1ack of
  pp. i-v, 32-108.]
    Preface, by William L. Holland, Sept. 1949, pp.v-vii.
    Tab1e of Contents, p.ix.
    Introduction: The Far Eastern Scene, 1947-1949, by the Editor, Sept.
      1949,  pp.xi-xxix.
    Ch.I: Japan and Korea (Rapporteur: G. C. Allen), pp.1-20.
      Japan, pp.1-17.
      Korea,  pp.17-20.
    Ch.II: China (Rapporteur: F. C. Jones), pp.21-31.
    Appendices:
      I. Documents Prepared for the Tenth I.P.R. Conference, pp.109-112.
      II. Conference Membership, pp.113-127.

  Truth and Fancy about the Institute of Pacific Relations: Two Statements
  made before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Internal Security by
  William L. Holland, Secretary-General, Institute of Pacific Relations:
  Executive Vice-Chairman, American Institute of Pacific Relations, Oct. lO,
  1951 and Mar. 19, 1952 (New York: American Institute of Pacific Relations,
  Jan. 1953), iv + 27 pp.
    Title page, p.i: Foreword, p.iii; Table of Contents, p.iv.
    Fact and Fiction about the Institute of Pacific Relations - Statement
      by William L. Holland before Senate Subcommitte, Oct. 10, 1951,
      pp.1-20.
       Introductory Statement, p.1.
       My Own Role in the IPR, pp.2-3.
         Some Points not brought out by the McCarran subcommitte,
           pp.3-4.
         What the Institute is, p.4.
         The International IPR, pp.5-6.
         How the Institute is financed, p.6.
       Who were "Associated" with the IPR ?, pp.6-7.
       American IPR Executive Committee Members, l927-51, pp.8-9.
       Twenty Distinguished Americans Who Have Actively Participated in
         the Work of the American IPR, pp.9-10.
       IPR Publications and Publication Policies, pp.10-11.
       Anti-Communist Writers in IPR Publications, p.11.
       The Institute is Nonpartisan, p.12.
       The Institute Does Not Try to Influence Government Policies,
         pp.12-13.
       Some False Impressions, p.13.
       Was the Institute Controlled by Communists ?, pp13-14.
         The Soviet Council of the IPR, p.14.
         Soviet criticism of the IPR, pp.14-l6.
         Frederick V. Field's role in the institute, pp.16-17.
         The institute and Amerasia, p.17.
         The institute did not "smear" Nationalist China, pp.17-18.
         The institute has not been listed as a subversive organization,
           pp.18-19.
         The myth of the "powerful combine," p.19.
         The institute welcomes constructive criticism, pp.19-20.
       Statement by William L. Holland before the Senate Subcommittee, Mar. 19,
         1952,  pp.20-27.

     Walter Millis, The Future of Sea Power in the Pacific, prepared under the
     auspices of the American Council, Institute of Pacific Relations, World
     Affais Pamphlets no.9 (New York: Foreign Policy Association; Boston: World
     Peace Foundation, l935), 51pp.
       Title page and Table of Contents, pp.1-3.
       Introduction,  pp.5-6.
       I. The Mahan Theory of Sea Power, pp.7-9.
       II. Pre-War Navalism in the Pacific, pp.9-14.
         Naval Competition on a World Scale, pp.12-14.
       III. The First Crisis of Modern Navalism, pp.15-21.
         Japan's Challenge to the United States and Great Britain, pp.15-18.
         Mahan Theory Questioned, pp.18-21.
       IV. Navalism in a Straitjacket, pp.21-31.
         The Washington Compromise, pp.21-27.
         Breakdown of the Ratio System, pp.27-31.
       V. The Alternatives before US, pp.31-47.
         The Marxist Argument, p.34.
         Beard's View: Does Navalism Promote National Interest ?, pp.34-36.
         A New Ratio at Parity, pp.36-39.
         "Collective Security" in the Pacific, pp.39-43.
         A New Naval Race, pp.43-47.
       VI. Is the Time Ripe for a New Theory of Navalism ?, pp.48-49.
         Appendix,  pp.50-51.

  Institute of Pacific Relations, Honolulu Session, June 30 - July 14, 1925:
  History, Organization, Proceedings, Discussions and Addresses (Honolulu:
  Institute of Pacific Relations, 1925), 210pp. [1ack of pp.202-203]
    Title page and Table of Contents, pp.1-6.
    History and Organization, pp.7-40.
      Daily Program pp.27-34.
      Membership,  pp.35-40.
    Addresses and Papers, pp.41-155.
      Opening Prayer by Tasuku Harada, p.4l.
      1. Address of Welcome by Wallace R. Farrington, Governor of Hawaii,
         pp.41-46.
      2. The Approach to Pacific Problems by Arthur L. Dean, pp.46-52.
      3. The Purpose of the Institute of Pacific Relations by Frank C.
         Atherton,  pp.53-59.
      4. Australian View of Pacific Relations by Stephen H. Roberts,
         pp.59-65.
      5. Canadian View of Pacific Relations by John Nelson, pp.65-68.
      6. A Chinese View of Pacific Relations by T. Z. Koo, pp.68-70.
      7. An Hawaiian View of Pacific Relations by Romanzo Adams,
         pp.71-74.
      8. A Japanese View of Pacific Relations by a Sawayanagi, pp.74-79.
      9. A Korean View of Pacific Relations by Hugh Cynn, pp.79-82.
      10. The Viewpoint of the Philippines by Conrado Benitez, pp.82-87.
      11. New Zealand's Outlook upon Pacific Relations by J. B.
         Condliffe,  pp.87-93.
      12. Pacific Relations from the Viewpoint of the United States by
         Ray Lyman Wilbur, pp.93-98.
      13. Eastern and Western Civilizations by Masaharu Anesaki,
         pp.99-102.
      14. American Sentiment on Problems of the Pacific by Chester H.
         Rowe11,  pp.102-106.
      15. Present Day China by L. T. Chen, pp.106-110.
      16. A Suggestion for More Enlightened Immigration and Emigration
         Policies by Kenzo Takayanagi, pp.l10-112.
      17. The Interests of Labor in the Problems of the Pacific by Paul
         Scharrenberg,  pp.112-116.
      18. Assimilation in Hawaii by Arthur L. Dean, pp.116-119.
      19. Industrialization in the Far East by C. C. Batchelder, S. N.
         Au-Young and Takashi Komatsu, pp.119-131.
      20. Law and Treaties in the Pacific by George Grafton Wilson,
         pp.131-136.
      21. Cooperation among Pacific Countries (Abstracts and excerpts
         from public addresses) by H. Duncan Hall, Mary E. Woodley and
         Herbert G. Gregory, pp.136-144.
      22. Immigration in the Pacific - Analysis of Acts and
         Administration, by H. Duncan Hall, pp.144-155.
    Reports of Round Tables and Forums, pp.156-205.
      1. Pacific Relations from the Standpoint of the Pacific Countries,
         pp.156-158.
      2. Fundamenta1s of Immigration Policies, pp.158-164.
      3. Immigration: Cultural and Religious Aspects, pp.164-165.
      4. Immigration: Legal and Political Aspects, pp.165-166.
      5. Immigration: Racial Aspects, pp.166-169.
      6. Immigration: Economic Aspects, pp.169-170.
      7. The Be1ief in Racial Superiority, p.171.
      8. The Moral and Legal Right of a Nation to Exclude Aliens, p.172.
      9. Treatment of Resident Aliens (with supplementary analysis of
         legal facts for Pacific countries), pp.172-176.
      10. Standards of Living in Pacific Countries, pp.177-179.
      ll. The Sociological Approach to Pacific Problems, pp.179-181.
      12. In What Ways Can Public Opinion be Stimulated to Take an
          Understanding Interest in Pacific Problems, pp.181-183.
      13. How Can Educational Agencies Contribute Towards Better
          Inter-racial and International Understanding ?, p.183.
      14. Methods of International Cooperation, pp.183-185.
      15. What is the Function of Religion in Bringing about the Solution
          of the Problems of the Pacific ?, pp.185-186.
      16. How Can Religious Ideals and Attitudes be Made Operative in
          International Questions ?, pp.186-188.
      17. Application of the Teaching of Jesus, Buddha and Confucius to
          the  Problems  of  Modern  Inter-racial  and  International
          Relations,  pp.188-191.
      18. The Foreign Missionary as Interpreter between Peoples,
          pp.192-193.
      19. Political Relations of Foreign Missionaries, p.l93.
      20. Religious and Educational Issues, pp.193-196.
      21. Effects of the Industrialization of the Far East, pp.196-197.
      22. Development of the National Resources of China, pp.197-198.
      23.  Extra-territoriality,  pp.198-200.
      24. Customs Control, Tariff Revision and Foreign Loans, pp200-202.
      25. National Economic, Commercial and Financial Policies throughout
          the Pacific, pp.203-204.
      26. The Government Organization of Each of the Pacific Countries
          with Special Reference to its Machinery for Handling
          International Affairs, p.204.
      27. Armaments in the Pacific, pp.204-205.
      Appendix: List of Papers Distributed to Members, pp.206-210.


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