International Organizations in Which the United States Participates

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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Adriani Alberto, "La colaboración panamericana y la división de cooperación agrícola de la unión," Bulletin of the Pan American Union: Spanish ed., September 1928, Vol. 62, pp. 935-42.
Alvarez Alejandro, "L'Union internationale européenne et l'Union panaméricaine," Revista de drept international, September 1930, Vol. 1, pp. 22-37.
Babcock Charles E., "The Columbus Memorial Library of the Pan American Union," Bulletin of the Pan American Union: English ed., November 1930, Vol. 64, pp. 1134-38; Spanish ed., March 1931, Vol. 65, pp. 213-19.
Barrett John, "Mr. Carnegie's Interest in the Pan American Union," Bulletin of the Pan American Union: English ed., September 1919, Vol. 49, pp. 257-61; Spanish ed., September 1919, Vol. 49, pp. 257-61; Portuguese ed., September 1919, Vol. 17, pp. 95-99.
-----, "A Farewell Statement by John Barrett, Retiring Director-General," Bulletin of the Pan American Union: English ed., August 1920, Vol. 51, pp. 123-29; Spanish ed., August 1920, Vol. 51, pp. 123-30; Portuguese ed., August 1920, Vol. 19, pp. 67-74.
-----, The Pan American Union: Peace, Friendship, Commerce, [ Munder-Thomsen Press, Baltimore], 1911. 253 pp.
Bustamante Antonio S. de, "The Progress of Codification [of American International Law] under the Auspices of the Pan American Union," Proceedings of the American Society of International Law, 1926, pp. 108-21. Also in pamphlet published by Pan American Union entitled Codification of American International Law, 1926. 76 pp.
Crick Daniel, "L'Inauguration du palais des républiques américaines à Washington,"Revue de droit international et de législation comparée, 2d. Ser., 1910, Vol. 12, pp. 442-51.
"Dedication Ceremonies [of the New Building of the Pan American Union]," Bulletin of the International Bureau of the American Republics: English ed., May 1910, Vol. 30, pp. 731-48; Spanish ed., May 1910, Vol. 30, pp. 752-82.
"Dedication of the Pan-American Building," American Journal of International Law, July 1910, Vol. 4, pp. 679-87.

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