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Andrews Mr Stanley Director Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations
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ITO is adaptable
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Policy Department of State
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Boss Mr Charles F Jr executive secretary Commission on World Peace
76
Friday April 21 1950
93
United States exports and imports as a percent of gross national product
106
Tuesday April 25 1950
110
Addonizio Hon Hugh J a Representative in Congress from the State
141
Iowa
146
Wednesday April 26 1950
153
Letter of May 1 1950 from Mr O R Strackbein chairman the National
155
American Friends of Ireland State of Washington letter to Hon John
157
National Lawyers Guild letter to Hon John Kee from
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Mr R F Loree chairman National Foreign Trade Council
177
Monday May 1 1950
308
Wednesday May 3 1950
367
Memorandum submitted by Mr Morris S Rosenthal president National
399
Thursday May 4 1950
406
Document submitted by Mr Earl O Shreve United States Chamber of Com
410
Memorandum containing list of United States delegation to the United
436
Page Friday May 5 1950
445
velopment
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Mr Kermit Gordon staff consultant Committee for Economic
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Letter of February 28 1950 from Hon Louis Johnson Secretary
477
Letter of April 14 1950 from Hon J Howard McGrath Attorney General
483
Mr Albert Barnes the American Bar Association
485
Letters submitted by Mr Gaylord C Whipple from Export Managers Club
500
Wednesday May 10 1950
518
Letter submitted by Librarian of Congress transmitting views of
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Thursday May 11 1950
559
Memorandum submitted by National Association of Manufacturers on sug
576
Statement submitted by Hon Jacob K Javits concerning study published
592
Rejoinder by Mr Elvin H Killheffer Synthetic Organic Chemical Manu
607
Comments on Mr Elvin H Killheffers rejoinder to the FultonJavits
622
Letter of April 26 1950 from the Rubber Manufacturers Association
632
Friday May 12 1950
640
Statement submitted by Mr Charles A Weil attorney New York 654657
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Resolution submitted by the Church Peace Union on ratification of
660
Brief submitted by Mr J G Lerch Lamb Lerch attorney for
666
Statement submitted by Mrs Arthur Forrest Anderson president Young
672
Statement submitted by the American Association for the United Nations
678
Letter to Hon John Kee from Oxford University Press Inc transmitting
715
Statement submitted by Mr L B Platt New York on ITO Charter
721
Letter to Hon John Kee from Hon Will Clayton Anderson Clayton Co
727
Resolution submitted by Glass Container Manufacturers Institute Inc
738
Ayers Thomas J president United Irish Counties Association of
Neenan Cornelius F American League for an Undivided Ireland state
3
Memorandum submitted by Department of State on customs treatment
77
Memorandum submitted by Hon Willard Thorp Assistant Secretary
83
OCallaghan Jeremiah J testimony of 92
92
Celtic Democratic Club Inc Bayonne N J resolution adopted by 106
106
Ulster Irish Liberty Legion letter to Hon John Kee from 114
114
ODoherty John J statement of 125
125
United Irish American Societies of New York letter to Hon John
151
ODoherty Mrs Marcella letter to Hon John Kee from 153
153
Clifford Daniel J telegram to Hon John Kee from 158
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
1
OTO amend the Mutual Defense Assist
5
Marshall Hon George C Secretary of Defense letter to Hon John
35
New York Herald Tribune article from entitled Tito Aid Calls Moscow
75
ODoherty Sheila statement of 156 ODoherty Sheila statement of
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Comerford James J chairman executive committee American League
82
Memorandum submitted by Hon Willard Thorp Assistant Secretary
85
Memorandum submitted by Hon Willard Thorp Assistant Secretary
91
Letter of April 25 1950 from Hon Edward H Foley Jr Under Secretary
104
Cooney John statement of 155
106
ODwyer Paul American League for an Undivided Ireland testi
111
Statement submitted by Mr William L Batt chairman committee for
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ment of 121
121
OReilly Mike statement of_ 139
131
Document submitted by Mr William L Batt chairman committee for
135
Statement submitted by Hon George Wadsworth United States Ambas
137
Delaney Hon James J a Representative in Congress from the State
143
Perkins Hon George Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs
1
Statement submitted by Hon Harry J Davenport a representative
2
Southwestern border projects June 28
28
OSullivan Sean Butte Mont statement of 105
31
Return of Mexican flags June
1
Settlement of intercustodial con
Mason Malcolm S special assistant to the Attorney General and Chief
5
Tate Jack B acting legal adviser Department of State testimony of_ 1
29
Northwest Atlantic Fisheries
Dever Hon Paul A Governor Commonwealth of Massachusetts letter
Scullion Michael statement of 126
45
Yugoslav Emergency Relief Ass 18 tance
Trigg Mr Ralph S President Commodity Credit Corporation statement
1
Foodstuffs percentage of to be distributed among civilian population
15
MDAP appropriations reasons for not requesting authority to reimburse
27
Senate eference to proposed bill in 12 13 1516 20
28
Shelley Hon John F a Representative in Congress from the State
30
Breakdown of Yugoslaviaaid program in terms of commodities in stock
33
Export of strategic materials 194749 and January
47
United Steelworkers of America District No 1 letter to Hon John
63
Sieminski Alfred D statement of_ 118
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