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Paris Peace Conference, American Commission to Negotiate Peace, S.H. bulletins, 1919, [microform]
Bib ID 3414638
Format OtherOther [microform]
Author
Paris Peace Conference (1919-1920)
 
Description 30 reels. 
Summary

The records include agendas, lists, proceedings, committee papers, correspondence, reports, notices, summaries, speech texts, and other materials issued as bulletins of the American Commission to Negotiate Peace from February 10-December 7, 1919.

Notes

Originals at the Hoover Institution, Stanford, California.

Reproduction Microfilm. Palo Alto, California, Bay Microfilm, Inc. 30 reels, 35mm. 
Index/Finding Aid Note Index available on reel A-2. 
Subjects Paris Peace Conference - (1919-1920)  |  World War, 1914-1918.

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