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Francis White papers, 1913-1961.

Author: Francis White
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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The Francis White Papers consist of correspondence, speeches, memos and office files relating to his White's career in the Foreign Service and his work for ITT and the Foreign Bondholders Protective Council.
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Named Person: Francis White; Wilbur Cortez Abbott; Dean Acheson; Frederick Ackert; Arthur A Ageton; Eduardo Aguirre Velásquez; Ricardo J Alfaro; M W Allam; Douglas H Allen; Duncan W Alling; Richard Ancel; Dillon Anderson; Norman Armour; Harmodio Arias Madrid; Vincent Astor; Ray Atherton; Warren Robinson Austin; Arthur A Ballantine; Carlyle Barton; Henri de Bayle; Marie Oge Beale; James M Beck; Willard Leon Beaulac; Hernand Behn; Sosthenes Behn; F Lamont Belin; James Ford Bell; Perry Belmont; Samuel Flagg Bemis; Ezra Taft Benson; J Webb Benton; Estelle Bernadotte, Countess; Bertil, Prince son of Gustav VI Adolf King of Sweden; Birch Thomas H.; Floyd C Blair; Percy Blair; Maxwell Blake; William McC Blair; Robert Woods Bliss; Erik Carlsson Boheman; James C Bonbright; Dudley Bonsal; Philip W Bonsal; Stephen Bonsal; Ove Borland, Captain; Gertrude Bostrum; Isaiah Bowman; Horace H Braun; Andre Walker Brewster; Daniel Baugh Brewster; Ellis Briggs; Detlev W Bronk; David K E Bruce; Howard Bruce; James Bruce; William Cabell Bruce; Ellsworth Bunker; Antonio Burgos; Arleigh A Burke; Charles Robert Burrows; John Marshall Butler; W Walton Butterworth; Philander Cable; John M Cabot; Jefferson Caffery; George F C Cahill; Arthur Deerin Call; C R Cameron; Pablo Campos-Ortiz; Homer E Capehart; Arthur Capper; Arthuro G Cardona; A Morris Carey; Francis King Carey; George G Carey; Reginald Carey; A S J Carnahan; Wilbur J Carr; Antonio Carrillo Flores; Amalia de Castillo Ledón; William R Castle; Roy D Chapin; Rolf Christiansen; Emerson Christie; Oscar B Cintas; J Reuben Clark, Jr.; Frank G Clement; William P Cochrane; Douglas Cole; Calvin Coolidge; Andrew W Cordier; Amalia Cononay Martin; Ramond Coronay Martin; Roger Cortesi; George Howland Cox; Raymond Cox; Harald Cramér; W P Cresson; Kennedy Crockett; Sheldon Leavitt Crosby; E H Crowder; William Smith Culbertson; Culbertson Paul T.; W W Cumberland; Miguel Curchaga; Thomas L Daniels; John W Davis; Oscar K Davis; Roy David; Fred Morris Dearing; Leon Dejean, Ambassador; William Cullen Dennis; Harold W Dodds; Leon Dominian; Henry Wolfgang Donner; Allen Dulles; John Foster Dulles; John W F Dulles; James C Dunn; C Burke Elbrick; Maud Engberg; C Van H Engert; David S Ennis; Stig Hansson Ericson; James A Farley; Edward F Feely; Orestes Ferrara; Robert H Ferrell; David Finley; James Anderson Fitzgerald; Henry Prather Fletcher; Fontanar, Conde; Arthur H Geisler; Hugh Gibson; Esteban Gil Borges; Prentiss BaiIey Gilbert; John Sterrett Gittings; W Irving Glover; J Holger Graffman; Dino Grandi; Ulysses Grant-Smith; Winthrop S Greene; Joseph C Grew; Henry F Guggenheim; Franklin Mott Gunther; John A Hambleton; John A Hamlin; Ogden H Hammond; J Gordon Hanes; Robin Hankey; Mathew Hanna; William Hard; Leland Harrison; Loy W Henderson; Jules Henry; Christian Archibald Herter; Jack Hickerson; Myron A Hofer; Philip Hoffman; Tore Hogstrdt; Chet Holifield; Henry F Holland; Herbert Hoover; J Edgar Hoover; Louis M Howe; Manley O Hudson; Charles Evans Hughes; Ruth Hughes; Ruth Wilson Hurley; Charles Cheney Hyde; Bengt Janzon; Hallett Johnson; Hershel V Johnson; D C Josephs; Noble Brandon Judah; Henry Kearns; Frank B Kellogg; Frank R Kent; David McKendree Key; Bayard King; Alexander Kirk; William W Lancaster; Arthur Bliss Lane; Oler Langenberg; Henry G Lapham; L Latapi; Owen Lattimore; Elizabeth Lawton; Julius G Lay; Enid de Lima; Eunice Lincoln; A F Lindeberg; Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.; John Long, Colonel; Andrew J McConnico; Frank Ross McCoy; William J McEvoy; Constantine E McGuire; James G McKenna; John Van Antwerp MacMurray; Samy Pascha Mahmoud; Walter H Mallory; J Kemp Malone; Thomas C Mann; Focion A Mariatogui; Theodore Marburg; Charles H Marshall; John F Martin, Jr.; William McChesney Martin; H Freeman Matthews; Ferdinand L Mayer; James Mason; Alice Mazaryk, Doctor; Livingston T Merchant; George R Merrell; George S Messersmith; Cord Meyer; Ogden Livingston Mills; Albert D Misler; James P Mitchell; Diego Luis Molinari; Alexander Pollock Moore; Edwin Morgan; Stokely Morgan; deLesseps S Morrison; Dwight W Morrow; Jay J Morrow; Dana Gardner Munro; Robert D Murphy; John Gardner Murray; Wallace J Murray; Jack D Neal; A R Neligan; Richard M Nixon; R Henry Norweb; Frank Novotny; Charles Nutter; Roderic Ladew O'Connor; J Rafael Oreamuno; Frank V Ortiz; Juan Ortiz Monasterio; Gordon Paddock; Enrique Alfredo Olaya Herrera; Ezequiel Padilla; Cecilia Padilla-Nervo; Robert Halsey Patchin; Mary Patton; Paul G Pennoyer; Neville Penrose; John J Pershing; Spencer Phenix; Hoffman Philip; William Phillips; Frank L Polk; Emilio Portes Gil; William E Potter; Walter Prendergast; George Lovic Pierce Radcliffe; Mary Randolph; Walter Reuther; William B Richardson; John Wallace Riddle; John Beverley Riggs; Mary Roberts Rinehart; Warren Delano Robbins; James Grafton Rogers; Nina Romeyn; Franklin D Roosevelt; Elihu Root; Albert D Rosellini; Maud von Rosen; L S Rowe; G J Rowcliff, Admiral; J H van Royen; George Rublee; R Richard Rubottom; Sidney De la Rue; Charles Russell; Juan Bautista Sacasa; Branko Salaj; Julian G San Miguel; H F Schoenfeld; Jacob Gould Schurman; John C Sciranka; Winthrop R Scott; Robert M Scotten; David O Selznick; Harold Shantz; Leslie R Severinghaus; James R Sheffield; Ruth Shipley; Allan Shivers; Rocco C Siciliano; Theodore R Sizer; William P Snow; Enrique Soler Godes; Addison E Southard; Richard Southgate; Willing Spencer; Jordan Herbert Stabler; Nils K Stahle; J Starch; Harold E Stassen; Manuel Márquez Sterling; James B Stewart; Nathaniel B Stewart; F A Stirling; Henry L Stimson; Anson Phelps Stokes; Harlan Fiske Stone; Harry E Stone; J M Studeholme; Diego Suarez; Sherlock Swann; Nila Swedlund
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Francis White
OCLC Number: 122656323
Description: 14.6 linear feet (31 document boxes, 3 flat boxes)
Other Titles: White papers
White (Francis) papers

Abstract:

The Francis White Papers consist of correspondence, speeches, memos and office files relating to his White's career in the Foreign Service and his work for ITT and the Foreign Bondholders Protective Council.

It is assumed that the collection was partially processed while in storage, so it is difficult to determine the extent of original order. Only the office files and memos from the Foreign Bondholders Protective Council maintained the creator's original order. The State Department series, composed of his years in the Foreign Service, his term as Assistant Secretary of State and ambassadorships to Mexico and Sweden, contains the greatest amount of material. White spent 25 years in the Department's employ. The most complete information is contained in the press releases, memos and correspondence generated while he was Assistant Secretary of State for Latin America. A portrait of US-Latin American relations during the "good-neighbor"--Minded Hoover administration may be drawn from the records. The papers of the Foreign Bondholders Protective Council address economic aspects of United States-Latin American relations. White's efforts to obtain payment on defaulted foreign bonds for American investors reveal his savvy and familiarity with Latin American affairs. On a more personal level, White was a dedicated correspondent to his parents, wife and daughter while he was overseas. His letters provide a colorful look at daily life in China (1915-1918), Tehran (1918-1919), Havana (1920), Buenos Aires (1922), Madrid (1926) and Stockholm (1943-1944).

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