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Kellogg saved only part of his Senatorial files. They document, among other topics, the Colombian (Panama) and Versailles treaties; post-World War I governments and economic conditions in Europe, including the League of Nations; revision of judicial procedure; railroads; the development and regulation of domestic and international communications systems; protection of aliens residing in the U.S.; and the agricultural depression of the early 1920s.
Papers from Kellogg's service as ambassador provide information on the European military, diplomatic, social, and economic scene; revision of the schedule of World War I reparations payments by Germany; and the official and social life of an ambassador.
Much of the papers focus on Kellogg's years as secretary of state (1925-1929). They are particularly valuable for informal or unofficial discussions about international relations and the development and execution of American foreign policy. There is information on State Department administration; departmental and diplomatic appointments and personnel; the Tacna-Arica boundary dispute between Chile and Peru; the Chaco boundary dispute between Bolivia and Paraguay; civil war in Nicaragua; Pan-American relations in general; American policies toward China; relations with Canada and Mexico, particularly the latter's determination to reduce foreign ownership of land and resources; recognition of Russia; and world peace, world organization, and arms control, especially the 1927 Geneva disarmament conference, the World Court, and the Pact of Paris. Papers from his subsequent service on the World Court continue many of these themes.
- League of Nations.
- Permanent Court of International Justice.
- Republican Party (Minn.)
- Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
- United States. -- Department of State.
- Kellogg-Briand Pact -- (1928 August 27)
- Treaty of Versailles -- (1919 June 28)
- Agriculture -- United States.
- Arms control.
- Chaco War, 1932-1935.
- Courts -- United States.
- Depressions -- 1929.
- Elections -- Minnesota.
- Elections -- United States.
- International organization.
- Judicial process.
- Peaceful change (International relations)
- Political campaigns -- Minnesota.
- Political campaigns -- United States.
- Railroads -- United States.
- Tacna-Arica question.
- World War, 1914-1918 -- Reparations.
- Telecommunication -- United States.
- Europe -- Economic conditions -- 1918-1945.
- Minnesota -- Politics and government.
- Nicaragua -- History -- Revolution, 1926-1929.
- United States -- Emigration and immigration.
- United States -- Foreign relations -- Canada.
- United States -- Foreign relations -- China.
- United States -- Foreign relations -- Colombia.
- United States -- Foreign relations -- Mexico.
- United States -- Foreign relations -- Russia (Federation)
- United States -- Foreign relations -- 20th century.
- United States -- Politics and government.