Merwin L. Bohan
Foreign Service officer, 1928-1955; Counselor for Economic Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Mexico City,
Mexico, 1945-1949; Ambassador, Inter-American Economic and Social Council, 1951-1955.
See also Merwin L. Bohan oral
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FOLDER TITLE LIST
- 100 Distribution and Sales territories
- 200 Travel and Tourism
- 300 Lectures and Speeches
- 400 Organization and reporting
- 500 Comparative statistical information
- 1000 International relations
- 1100 United States policy toward Latin America
- 1200 Trade Policy
- 1300 Economic policies and programs
- 3000 International law
- 4000 Finance
- 4100 Currency and exchange
- 4200 Foreign investment
- 4400 Standard of living (prices-trends of trade)
- 5000 Agriculture
- 5100 Fisheries
- 5200 Forests and products
- 6000 Mining
- 7000 Manufacturing
- 7100 Building
- 8000 Power
- 8100 Transportation
- 8200 Communications
- 9000 Social and labor
- F-1 to F-12 (12 folders)
- F-12 to F-25 (12 folders)
- Bohan, Merwin L, correspondence concerning early career
- Bradshaw, James F.
- Douglas, Lee B.
- Herring, Hubert
- Knox, Chalres F. (2 folders)
- American and Foreign Power Company
- Argentine book, Twentieth Century Fund
- Arthur D. Little, Inc.
- Classification of lands for irrigation and drainage
- Commerce, Department of (folder 1)
- Commerce, Department of (folder 2-5)
- "The Development of Brazil" (report)
- Economic Commission Latin America-Pan American Union Investment Study
- Economic conditions and statistics
- Exchange and finance
- Foreign Aid - Latin America
- Foreign Commerce Service
- Foreign free world - Supply and demand for farm products (1965-1970)
- Foreign Service Journal
- Foreign Service of the United States
- Foreign trade - import and export restrictions
- Inter-American agencies and international agencies in Latin American economic development
- Inter-American Bank
- International Development Services (folder 1)
- International Development Services (folder 2)
- Investment in Latin America
- Joint Brazil-United States Economic Development Commission (2 folders)
- Labor and Wages
- Latin America policy
- Latin America regional
- Mexico - short term credit
- Mexico - Williams Report
- Northeast Brazil Survey
- Pan American Union
- Projections of demand for and production of agriculture commodities
- Reflections of Latin American foreign policy
- State, Department of (4 folders)
- "Strategy for the Americas"
- Techniques of economic field research
- United Nations
- Argentina Book (Knopf) Chapter I - The Colonial Years
- Argentina Book (Knopf) Chapter I - The Historical Setting (revised)
- Argentina Book (Knopf) Chapter II - The Peron Era
- Argentina Book (Knopf) Chapter III - The Struggle for Recovery
- Argentina Book (Knopf) Chapter IV - The Road Ahead
- Argentina Book (Knopf) Chapter V - Land and People
- Argentina Book (Knopf) Chapter VI - Agriculture
- Argentina Book (Knopf) Chapter VII - The Other Extractive Industries
- Argentina Book (Knopf) Chapter VIII - Manufacturing
- Argentina Book (Knopf) Chapter IX - Public Services
- Argentina Book (Knopf) Chapter X - International Trade and Payments
- Argentina Book (Knopf) Chapter XI - Public and Private Finance
- Argentina project - Twentieth Century Fund (4 folders)
- The Argentine Consijo Nacional De Desarrollo -OAS- Department of Economic Affairs
- Bolivia - Contract for studying and programming the agriculture sector of the economy by Osvaldo Sunkel
- "The Crisis of the Nation State in Latin America - Challenge and Response"
- "The Department of State - A Study in Futility"
- Economic Commission for Latin American and the United States
- "Export Prospects of Latin American Manufacturers"
- "Guatemala" - draft of manuscript
- "Introduction to the Latin American Market"
- "Investment in Cuba"
- "Land Tenure and Agriculture Development in Argentina"
- "Northeast Brazil Survey"
- "Preliminary Survey of the Political Feasibility of the Private Enterprise increasing
the Productivity of the Mexican Ejido"
- "Proposal for a Study of Argentine Economic and Financial Policies by the Twentieth Century Fund"
- "Reflections on United States Economic Cooperation with Latin America"
- Ross Report -"A Guide to Investing in Mexico"
- "Viet Nam - Impediments to Political Development"
- "Viet Nam - Some Issues on Current Policy Debate"
- American Bar Association, Portland, Oregon, May 29, 1954
- Behind the News (broadcast) March 4, 1953
- CEPAL Speech, June 15, 1951
- Combined Service Groups, Madison, Wisconsin, September 21, 1954
- Dallas College - Southern Methodist University, October 2, 1961
- Dallas County League of Women Voters, October 21, 1947
- Diplomacy Speech
- Economic Commission Latin America (draft) May 29, 1951
- Economic and Political Bases for a Latin American Common Market, Georgetown University, June 22, 1966
- The Future of Direct Foreign Investment in Latin American, Latin American Studies Association, Austin, Texas, December 2-5, 1971
- Hampton Roads Foreign Commerce Club, Hampton Roads, Virginia, May 4, 1954
- Human Resources - Key to Economic Development
- The Impact of Inflation on Financial Institutions- American Bankers Association, Washington, D.C., January 6, 1975
- Importance of World Trade - International Seminar of Dallas College, November 13, 1962
- Javits, Jacob K., Conference on the Economic Integration of Latin America, Georgetown University, June 24, 1966
- Latin American Economics
- Latin American Economics - Lectures 1-31 (31 folders)
- Latin American Economics - Lectures 32-35 (5 folders)
- Latin America in Our World Perspective - Council on World Affairs, Dallas, Texas, April 16, 1952
- Latin American Policy of the United States - Dallas College, October 5, 1959
- Latin American Policy of the United States - Fort Worth - Dallas Import-Export Clubs
- Latin American Policy of the United States - Southwestern University, October 29, 1963
- Latin American Relations - Dallas Real Esate Board, May 29, 1958
- Lecture Course 100a
- Lectures - general
- Maritime Policy of the United States - Los Angeles, California, May 20, 1954
- Meeting of National and World Politics - Women's National Democratic Club, Washington, D.C., December 13, 1973
- Pan American Society - New York City, address by Thomas C. Mann, April 14, 1966
- Political, Legal and Institutional Aspects of Latin American Economic Integration - Georgetown University, June 23, 1966
- Rotary Club - Dallas, Texas, October 9, 1957
- Rotary Club - Mexico City, February 15, 1946
- United States Economic Mission - LaPaz, Bolivia, May 15, 1942
- United States - Soviet Detente and its Effect on East-West Relations in Europe - Dallas Council on World Affairs, May 29, 1975
- University of Florida lecture, February 3, 1959
- World Trade Department - U.S. Chamber of Commerce, San Francisco, California, May 19, 1954
- Research Notes (folders 1-8)
- Research Notes (folders 9-13)
- Research Notes (folders 14-15)
- Publications - general (3 folders)
- Joint Brazil-United States Economic Development Commission - Vols. 1, 1A
- Joint Brazil-United States Economic Development Commission - Vols. 2, 3
- Joint Brazil-United States Economic Development Commission - Vols. 4, 5
- Joint Brazil-United States Economic Development Commission - Vols. 6-8
- Joint Brazil-United States Economic Development Commission - Vols. 9, 10
- Joint Brazil-United States Economic Development Commission - Vols. 11-13
- Joint Brazil-United States Economic Development Commission - Vols. 14-annex
- Cross references
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