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Fri Mar 21 17:05:50 2014 UTClccn-n833288050.00The Philippine Islands : revised edition, by W. Cameron Forbes0.751.00Speech by W. Cameron Forbes before the Old Dartmouth Historical Society, New Bedford, Mass., Oct. 21, 1932 on the Far Eastern relations of the United States15971622William_Cameron_Forbesn 833288051069815Forbes, W. Cameron 1870-1959Forbes, William Cameron, 1870-1959lccn-n83328804Spector, Robert M.(Robert Melvin)1926-lccn-no2010206671United StatesPresident's Commission for the Study and Review of Conditions in the Republic of Haitinc-united states$presidents commission for study and review of conditions in the republic of haitiUnited StatesPresident's Commission for Study and Review of Conditions in the Republic of Haitinp-tiaco, chuocoTiaco, Chuoconp-hartigan, thomas lHartigan, Thomas, william a$1859 1922Kincaid, William A.1859-1922lccn-n79032917PhilippinesSupreme Courtnp-tico, ganTico, Gannp-chan, syChan, Sylccn-n86828116Worcester, Dean C.(Dean Conant)1866-1924Forbes, W. Cameron(William Cameron)1870-1959HistoryBiographyTrials, litigation, etcPhilippinesPolitical scienceHaitiUnited StatesForbes, W. Cameron--(William Cameron),Economic historyInternational relationsAmerican Occupation of Haiti (1915-1934)AmericansPoloTrials (Trespass)DeportationChurch landsPublic landsIndustriesTravelWood, Leonard,Philippines--BaguioEast AsiaCivil War (Spain : 1936-1939)SpainMuseumsArtArt--Collectors and collectingGovernorsMuseum of Fine Arts, BostonHarvard UniversityPeabody Museum of Archaeology and EthnologySachs, Paul J.--(Paul Joseph),ManagementMassachusetts--CambridgeMassachusettsArt--Study and teachingBerenson, Bernard,Art museumsEuropeMassachusetts--Naushon IslandUniversities and colleges--FacultyFogg Art MuseumMassachusetts--BostonQuezon, Manuel Luis,BirdsChiera, Edward,Valentiner, Wilhelm Reinhold,Harvard University.--Department of Fine ArtsAmerican Federation of ArtsLectures and lecturingVatican CityManners and customsBrummer Gallery (New York, N.Y.)187019591896189819001904190919101911191219131914191619191920192119221923192419281929193019321933193419351938193919401945195019521960196119631974197619791980198519921998199920131594109187959.9DS68571924ocn001863181book19280.63Forbes, W. CameronThe Philippine IslandsHistory1783ocn656846327file19300.86United StatesReport of the President's Commission for the Study and Review of Conditions in the Republic of Haiti March 26, 193010413ocn002626891book19110.81Forbes, W. CameronAs to polo565ocn000576484book19210.73Forbes, W. CameronThe romance of business454ocn005939163book19100.94PhilippinesThe friar-land inquiry, Philippine government : reports334ocn024944757book19130.96Forbes, W. CameronReply to Jones. W. Cameron Forbes, governor-general of the Philippine Islands, replies to false charges contained in the speeches made by William A. Jones, of Virginia, in the House of representatives, January 28 and February 13, 1913132ocn013741679book19110.93PhilippinesInvestigacion sobre los terrenos de los frailes, gobiernos de Filipinas : Memorias de W. Cameron Forbes, gobernador general, Dean C. Worcester, secretario de lo interior, y Frank W. Carpenter, secretario ejecutivo71ocn038217667book19090.98Forbes, W. CameronInauguration of Honorable William Cameron Forbes as Governor-General of the Philippine Islands, Wednesday, November 24, 1909 containing the inaugural address72ocn006082227book19390.86Forbes, W. CameronAmerican policies in the Far East62ocn013015238book19380.97Forbes, W. CameronPresent conditions in Spain January, 1938History62ocn015691037book19850.63Forbes, W. CameronThe Philippin IslandsHistory41ocn699615124book19280.47Forbes, W. CameronThe Philippine Islands44ocn752873956book1945Forbes, W. CameronThe Philippine Islands : revised edition, by W. Cameron Forbes41ocn699615119book19280.47Forbes, W. CameronThe Philippine Islands41ocn047755240book19321.00Forbes, W. CameronSpeech by W. Cameron Forbes before the Old Dartmouth Historical Society, New Bedford, Mass., Oct. 21, 1932 on the Far Eastern relations of the United States33ocn558823489book1928Forbes, W. CameronThe Philippine Islands, etc. [With plates and a map.]31ocn083149880book19091.00Forbes, W. CameronInaugural address of the Honorable William Cameron Forbes : inaugurated Governor-General of the Philippine Islands November 24, 190933ocn068886139book19110.47Forbes, W. CameronInvestigacion sobre los terrenos de los frailes gobierno de Filipinas : memorias de31ocn250244941book19500.63Pier, Arthur StanwoodAmerican apostles to the PhilippinesHistoryBiography31ocn252298662book19220.92Bangs, OutramNotes on Philippine birds collected by Governor W. Cameron Forbes1882ocn011470329book19850.86Spector, Robert MW. Cameron Forbes and the Hoover commissions to Haiti, 1930History+-+5024864635611ocn506070928com19100.93Forbes, W. CameronW. Cameron Forbes, et al., plaintiffs, vs. Chuoco Tiaco (alias) Choa Tea, et al., defendants, R.G. no. 6157, W. Cameron Forbes, et al., plaintiffs, vs. Gan Tico, et al., defendants, R.G. no. 6158, W. Cameron Forbes, et al., plaintiffs, vs. Sy Chan, et al., defendants, R.G. no. 6159 brief of plaintiffsTrials, litigation, etc186ocn001203986book19000.86Gott, CamillusWilliam Cameron Forbes and the Philippines, 1904-194692ocn004154452book19610.97Spector, Robert MW. Cameron Forbes and the Hoover Commissions to HaitiHistory91ocn007561076book19350.84Forbes, W. CameronFuddlehead by Fuddlehead : an autobiography82ocn005104521book19630.88Hoyt, Frederick GilmanThe Wood-Forbes mission to the Philippines, 192183ocn023560643book19330.98Forbes, W. CameronNotes on early history of BaguioHistory52ocn041950334book19980.47Woodbury, Jennie Ada Badger WintersKnight Abbott Badger : his life and lineageBiography22ocn007831916book19610.96Spector, Robert MW. Cameron Forbes and the Hoover commissions to Haiti, 1961History21ocn063859182book19091.00United StatesInauguration of Honorable William Cameron Forbes as Governor-General of the Philippine Islands, Wednesday, Nov. 24, 1909 (containing the inaugural address)11ocn612734531visu1.00Forbes, W. CameronW. Cameron (William Cameron) Forbes images of the PhilippinesPhotographsIncludes portrait and group photographs of WCF and his friends and colleagues, drawings, printed maps of the Philippines, watercolors, picture postcards, printed materials, and a cartoon of WCF12ocn223040754book1.00Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology photographic archivesPhotographsExtensive photographic holdings representing archaeological and ethnographic cultures from North America to Oceania. Collection contains field photographs and studio views of artifacts brought back from anthropological expeditions. Subjects include peoples, sites, and surroundings documented; methods of exploration used; discoveries made; and anthropologists in the field. In addition to documentation of Museum-sponsored research, the Archives contains photographs by photographers such as John K. Hillers, Bourne and Shepherd, Teobert Maler, and Adam C. Vroman; by anthropologists, including Frederick Wulsin and anthropological film-maker Robert Gardner; and of archaeological work undertaken by institutions such as the Carnegie Institution of Washington. The photographic print file contains approximately 250,000 images, most from ca. 1860-1920. The negative collection includes about 80,000 images, including glass-plate negatives dating back to 1880. Color material includes over 109,000 35 mm. slides, and over 800 4"x5" transparencies of museum objects photographed in the department's studio. Also 6,000 glass lantern slides, 36 daguerreotypes, and 250 hand-colored 19th-century albumen prints of Japan11ocn052885119art1999Forbes, William Cameron11ocn076973037book1.00Forbes, Edward WPapers of Edward Waldo ForbesHistoryThese papers document the personal and professional life of Edward Waldo Forbes (EWF) and the lives of members of the Forbes family. They include EWF's personal and professional correspondence and papers, diaries and calendars, writings, acccount books, school papers, lecture notes, and memorabilia. Of note are the manuscript of EWF's history of the Fogg Art Museum, papers relating to Gerry's Landing (a riverfront site in Cambridge), papers relating to Harvard Riverside Associates, and papers relating to EWF's World War I Red Cross service. Included are diaries belonging to Margaret Laighton Forbes and Sarah Forbes11ocn422897333mix1.00Forbes, Edward WPapersHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcPeriodicalsArtRecords and correspondenceExhibition catalogsThese papers of Fogg Art Museum Director Edward Waldo Forbes document his administration of the museum and a wide range of personal and professional activities and interests. The bulk of the collection dates from 1909 to 1944. The papers consist primarily of correspondence, including a series of correspondence with art dealers, and also include photographs, reports, expedition field notes and journals, printed material, newspaper clippings, blueprints, meeting minutes, letters of recommendation, insurance records, invoices, page proofs, telegrams, rubbings, sketches, visiting cards, shipping documents and press releases11ocn026783632mix19600.10Philippine Club (N.Y.)Mailing to members :Consists of letter containing account of luncheon meeting held at the Overseers Press Club in New York City, April 15, 1960 ([1] leaf), poem "Life and death" by W. Cameron Forbes ([1] leaf), and biographical reminiscence by David Gray (3 leaves)11ocn758550568book1.00Forbes, W. CameronW. Cameron Forbes letters comparing Egypt and the Philippine IslandsHistoryTypescript carbon letters, bound: Forbes (as Governor-General of the Philippine Islands) to Charles W. Eliot (as President of Harvard University), Manilia, 1910 August 13; Forbes to William Howard Taft (as President of the United States), Manilla, 1909 December 1611ocn310087760visu1.00Forbes, W. CameronW. Cameron Forbes collectionPhotographsPhotographs mostly documenting W. Cameron Forbes's activities as U.S. ambassador to Japan12ocn232008876book1.00Cheever, Mary BryantCollection consists of scrapbooks of clippings, programs, photographs, and letters illustrating family, college, Boston, and world events, 1926-198411ocn070981110mix1.00Carpenter, Frank WFrank W. Carpenter papersRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, memoranda, newspaper clippings, printed material, and other papers concerning Carpenter's service as governor of Moro Province and as director of the Bureau of Non-Christian Tribes in the Philippines (1899-1922). Also relates to his attempts as a resident of the United States Soldiers' Home to secure legislation for veterans' medical care (1935-1937). Correspondents include W. Cameron Forbes, James G. Harbord, Francis Burton Harrison, Frank Ross McCoy, Manuel Luis Quezon, Richard B. Wigglesworth, and Leonard Wood+-+5024864635Fri Mar 21 15:59:46 EDT 2014batch22881