Index of Records of the Department of State Relating to Internal Affairs of China: 1910-1929

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893.77/1381Communication and TransportationRailwaysReorganization of the South Manchuria Rallway Company's StaffReport concerning the the reorganization of the South Manchuria Railway Company's Staff.American Vice Consul5-
893.77/1382Communication and TransportationRailwaysReorganization of the South Manchuria Railway StaffContinuation of the previous finals dispatch concerning the reorganization of the south Manchuria Railway Staff.American Vice Consul7-
893.77/1383Communication and TransportationRailwaysHukuang Railway Supplies Indent No. 37.Letter from Mr. Jameson to Mr. Reinsch concerning the Hukuang Railway Supplies Indent No. 37.American Vice Consul General10-
893.77/1384Communication and TransportationRailwaysRecent Purchases of Railway Material from American ManufacturersLetter from the Consul General to the Secretary of State concerning the recent purchase of railway material from American manufacturers.Consul General3-
893.77/1385Communication and TransportationRailways-Copy of a telegram concerning a loan from Wells Fargo in care of Charles Teaff to the Chinese government for the building of the Railways.Reinsch3-
893.77/1386Communication and TransportationRailwaysHukuang Railways Conference of EngineersCopy of dispatch from Mr. Jameson to Mr. Reinsch concerning the Hukuang Railways and the Conference of Engineers and also a copy of the resolutions of the Conference of Engineers in regard to 1) bridges and 2) locomotives and rolling stock.Jameson7-
893.77/1387Communication and TransportationRailwaysReorganization of the South Manchuria Railway Company's StaffContinuation of the dispatch concerning the reorganizaton of the South Manchurian Railway Company's Staff.American Vice Consul8-
893.77/1388Communication and TransportationRailwaysHukuang Railways Conference of EngineersComplete copy of the minutes take at the Hukuang Railway Conference of EngineersJameson40-
893.77/1416Communication and TransportationRailwaysHukuang Railway, ChinaCopies of Letters between the United States Steel Products Company and the American Group, Robert Lansing, Secretary of Commerce, and Mr. Williard Straight.United States Steel Products Company15-
893.77/1418Communication and TransportationRailwaysHukuang Railway-ChinaCable from Bryan to the United States Steel Product Company concerning an important contract between the American bidders and the Chinese government.United States Steel Product Company4-
893.77/1419Communication and TransportationRailways-Maps of South Central ChinaCharge d'Affaires12-
893.77/1420Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram from Reinsch to the Secretary of State concerning the Hu Kuang Railway.Reinsch3-
893.77/1421Communication and TransportationRailways-Communication between the Department of Commerce and the Secretary of State concerning the Chinese railways.Department of Commerce2-
893.77/1349Communication and TransportationRailways-A letter regarding the American Group's claim to certain railways in Manchuria. A Telegram denying the American Groups claim on the railways. Letter concerning Japanese interest and financing of the Manchurian Railways.The American Group3-
893.77/1350Communication and TransportationRailways-Collection of dispatches from the Consul-General at Hankow dated February 20, 1914, March 4,1914, and March 5,1914 concerning issues surrounding the construction of the Hukuang Railways. Describes the struggle between the French, British, Germans, and Americans over who would build the Hukuang Railways. Collection of Telegrams exchanged between Paul S. Rienach and the Shanghai office of the United States Product Company. A clipping from the "Central China Post" for February 27, 1914, regarding the German proposal to abandon the Hankow-Szechuen line and to build a road instead from Hankow to Anlu, Siangyang, and Hsianfu. Two letters from the steel company's Shanghai representative explaining the objections to the specifications. A Szechuan Railway Survey Map has been inserted.W. H. Anderson42-
893.77/1351Communication and TransportationRailways-A collection of letters and dispatches between Mr. Willard Straight and Mr. H.T. S. Green and Mr. P.A. Menocal concerning the purchase of materials for the Hukuang Railways.The American Group4-
893.77/1352Communication and TransportationRailwaysRegulations Concerning Analysis, Testing and Certifications at the South Manchuria Railway Company's Central LaboratoryCopies of the Regulations concerning Analysis, Testing, and Certification at the South Manchuria Railway Company's Central LaboratoryAmerican Vice Consul7-
893.77/1353Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Situation in ChinaTwo Copies of the Far East Review of January 1914 which address the railway situation in China from a political standpoint.Consul General184-
893.77/1354Communication and TransportationRailwaysChina-Hukuange Railway Purchase of MaterialsCopy of a Letter from Messrs: Matheson & Co written on behalf of the British and Chinese Corporation, enclosing Indent No. 32 and the specificaiton os Steam Cranes.The American Group22-
893.77/1355Communication and TransportationRailways-Collection of Telegrams concerning the development and construction of an international railway construction company for China. The company members included Great Britain, France, Germany, and there was room left for the Americans if they wished to join.Reinsch5-
893.77/1356Communication and TransportationRailwaysChina- Hukuang Railways Purchase of MaterialsCollection of Telegrams concerning the Standardization of materials for the Hukuang RailwaysThe American Group10-
893.77/1357Communication and TransportationRailwaysChina- Hukuang RailwaysCopy of a Cable received from Messrs, Morgan, Grenfell & Company, dated April 15th to the America Group and a copy of their reply concering the Hukuang RailwaysThe American Group3-
893.77/1358Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram and Letter concerning the interested parties in the financial backing of the Hukuang RailwaysHerrick3-
893.77/1359Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter from Riensch to the State Department containing a copy of Confidential Circular No. 186 of the Department of Commerce which contain erroneous information concerning the contract for the Hukuang Railway.Paul Reinsch3-
893.77/1360Communication and TransportationRailways-Copy of the informal and unsigned minutes of Chief Engineers of the Hukuang Railways meeting on October 16 and 17th. Included also is a copy of the despatch March 30th from the Consul General at Hankow who also received the minutes and was sent instructions to inquire about the legitimacy of the minutes, which was denied by Mr. Randolph, acting chief engineer of the American Section.Paul Reinsch23-
893.77/1361Communication and TransportationRailways-Contains letters and specifications relative to the purchase of material by the Hukuang Railways in China.Assistant Chief of Bureau3-
893.77/1389Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter from Reinsch to Secretary of Sate concerning the Sino- International Construction Company.Paul Reinsch3-
893.77/1390Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram and letter concerning Charles Teaff and his role with the Chinese RailwaysSecretary of State6-
893.77/1391Communication and TransportationRailwaysHukang Railways Conference of EngineersA copy of the preliminary meeting minutes of the Conference of EngineersJameson9-
893.77/1392Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Building in ChinaNot concerning the Railway Building in ChinaUnknown1-
893.77/1393Communication and TransportationRailwaysRegular General Meeting of the South Manchuria Railway Company's Shareholder's.Document concerning the regular general meeting of the South Manchuria Railway Company's Shareholder's.American Vice Consul3-
893.77/1394Communication and TransportationRailwaysFukien RailwayReports sent from the American Counsul to the Secretary of State concerning the Fukien Railway.American Consul13-
893.77/1395Communication and TransportationRailways-Maps of the Fukien RailwayReinsch3-
893.77/1396Communication and TransportationRailwaysChina- Hukuang RailwaysA Copy of the amendments and articules used by the Conference of Engineers in regards to the locomotives, bridges, and rolling stock.The American Group5-
893.77/1397Communication and TransportationRailwaysProposed Chefoo- Weihsien RailwayDispatch from the American Consul to the Secretary of State concerning the proposed construction of the Chefoo-Weihsien Railway.American Consul6-
893.77/1398Communication and TransportationRailways-Dispatch from the Vice Consul in charge at Hankow in which he reported the adoption of the specifications for bridges, locomotives, and rolling stock.Charge d; Affaires19-
893.77/1399Communication and TransportationRailways-Letters to and from the United States Steel Products Company to the Secretary of Commerce concerning the Hukuang RailwayPrivate Secretary8-
893.77/1400Communication and TransportationRailwaysHukuang Railway SuppliesLetter to the Secretary of State from the American Vice Consul concerning Hukuang Railway Supplies.Jameson1-
893.77/1401Communication and TransportationRailwaysHukuang Railway Supplies Cement for German SectionLetter to Secretary of State concerning the cement for the German section of the Hukuang Railways.Jameson1-
893.77/1402Communication and TransportationRailwaysHukuang Railway- ChinaCorrespondence to and from the United States Steel Products Company concerning the regulations adopted by the Conference of Engineers.United States Steel Products Company5-
893.77/1403Communication and TransportationRailwaysSouth Manchuria RailwayShort Booklet concerning the South Manchuria Railway: Its origin. Development and phenominal rise to importance.American Vice Consul in charge45-
893.77/1404Communication and TransportationRailwaysReorganization of the South Manchuria Railway StaffLetter to the Secretary of State from the American Vice Consul in charge concerning the reorganization of the South Manchuria Railway Staff.American Vice Counsel in Charge5-
893.77/1405Communication and TransportationRailwaysChina- Hukuang RailwaysCopies of correspondence between the American Minister in Peking and the Engineer-in-Chief of the American Section of the Hukuang Railway.The American Group3-
893.77/1406Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter from the American Group to the Secretary of State concerning the United States Steel Products Company.The American Group1-
893.77/1407Communication and TransportationRailwaysReorganization of the South Manchuria Railway Company StaffLetter from the American Vice Consul in charge to the Secretary of State concerning the reorganization of the South Manchuria Railway Company Staff.American Vice Consul in charge3-
893.77/1408Communication and TransportationRailwaysMr. S. Kunisawa Re- Appointed Vice President of the South Manchuria Railway CompanyLetter from the American Vice Consul in charge to the Secretary of State concerning the re- appointment of S. Kunisawa as the vice president of the South Manchuria Railway CompanyAmerican Vice Consul in charge1-
893.77/1409Communication and TransportationRailwaysSouth Manchuria Railway Company's Central LaboratoryCorrespondence from the American Vice Consul in charge and the Secretary of State Concerning the brewing division of the South Manchuria Railway Company's Central Laboratory.American Vice Consul In charge5-
893.77/1410Communication and TransportationRailwaysTransmitting Business Report of the South Manchuria Railway Company for the Fiscal year ended March 31, 1914.Correspondence between the American Vice Consul in charge and the Secretary of State concerning the finances of the South Manchuria Railway Company for the year 1914.American Vice Consul in charge47-
893.77/1411Communication and TransportationRailwaysArrival in Dalny of Baron Y. Nakamura and Mr. S. Kunisawa, President and Vice President respectively of the South Manchuria Railway CompanyCorrespondence between the American Vice Consul in charge and the Secretary of State concerning the arrival in Dalny of Baron Y. Nakamura and Mr. S. Kunisawa, President and Vice President respectively of the South Manchuria Railway CompanyAmerican Vice Consul in Charge--
893.77/1412Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between Charge d' Affaires and the Secretary of State concerning the specification for materials for the Chinese railways.Charge d'Affaires10-
893.77/1413Communication and TransportationRailways-Conituation of previous document refering to the purchase of materials for the Hukuang Railways.Charge d' Affaires12-
893.77/1414Communication and TransportationRailways-Copies of Loan contract agreement between the Belgium Company of China and the French Company and the Chinese government for the construction and equipment of the railways in China.Charge d' Affaires41-
893.77/1415Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram inquiring about the Shantung railways and the alleged morgaging by the Germans to the Americans.Macmurray2-
893.77/1362Communication and TransportationRailways-Two Copies of a letter from the Seattle Car and Foundry Co. concerning the standardization of materials for Chinese railways.Chief of Bureau3-
893.77/1363Communication and TransportationRailways-A Letter dated April 29th 1914 from Lima Locomotive Corporation concerning the meeting of engineers which would be held in Hankow, China to discuss the standardization of materials.Unknown3-
893.77/1364Communication and TransportationRailways-A Letter from Lima Locomotive Corporation concerning the meeting of engineers in Hankow, China to discuss standardization.Unknown4-
893.77/1365Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter from Reinsch to the Secretary of State speculating as to the possible U.S. involvement in the Chinese Railways. A paraphrased telegram from the legislation at Peking regarding American participation in the international railway syndicate.Reinsch7-
893.77/1366Communication and TransportationRailways-Dispatch from the American Minister at Peking reporting upon the proposal of the Chinese government to establish and Sino-International Construction Company to be composed of British, French, and German firms with the admission of American interest if so desired.Unknown12-
893.77/1367Communication and TransportationRailways- Letter from Dr. Chen to J. G. White and Company concerning a proposal for the building of the Railways in China.J.G. White and Company5-
893.77/1368Communication and TransportationRailwaysFrench Enterprise in ChinaA brief synopsis from and article in the China Press concerning French Enterprise in China.American Consul General3-
893.77/1369Communication and TransportationRailwaysChina- Hukuang RailwaysCopies of a cable received by the American Group from Messrs, Morgan, Grenfell and Company concerning the Hukuang Railways and the American Groups response to those cables.The American Group3-
893.77/1370Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter to the State Department concerning the proposal to establish the Sino-International Construction Company and a verified signature of the President on Mr. Williams memorandum.W.J. Bryan1-
893.77/1371Communication and TransportationRailways-Copies of Letters exchanged by the Department of State and Messrs, J. G. White and Company relating to the offer made to that company of the participation in the proposed Sino- International Construction Company.There is also a copy of th a letter from Dr. Chen to Messers, J. G. White and company reffering to the correspondence and parahrased telegrams exchanged by the Department of State and the American Ambassador in Paris.Reinsch5-
893.77/1372Communication and TransportationRailwaysChina- Hukuang RailwaysCopy of Cable from Messrs, Morgan, Grenfell & Co., copy of cable to Messrs, Morgan, Grenfell & Co., copy of letter from Messrs, Morgan, Grenfell & Co., and a copy of Cable from Messrs, Morgan, Grenfell & Co., concerning the Hukuang Railways.The American Group6-
893.77/1373Communication and TransportationRailwaysOfficials and Heads of Departments of the South Manchuria Railway CompanyA letter to the Secretary of State concerning the heads of the various departments of the South Manchuria Railway.American Vice Consul in Charge2-
893.77/1374Communication and TransportationRailwaysProgress of the Construction Work of the Canton- Hankow RailwayCopy of the Consul General's dispatch addressed to the Legation on the subject of the progress of the construction work of the Canton-Hankow Railway, specifically in reguard to the Kwantung section.Consul General3-
893.77/1375Communication and TransportationRailwaysSouth Machurian Railway Co's Revised Trains ServiceA revised time table showing the train service of the South Manchuria Railway Company.American Vice Consul3-
893.77/1376Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Building in ChinaNote suggesting that American participation in the Chinese railway system is greatly desired.Unknown1-
893.77/1377Communication and TransportationRailways-Two copies of a letter from the Pollak Steel Company in regards to the standardization of materials for Chinese railways.Chief of Bureau7-
893.77/1378Communication and TransportationRailwaysHukuang Railway SuppliesCopies of indents Nos. 14 and 15 of the Kuangshui-Ichang Section of the Hankow-Szechuan Railway and indent No. 37 (re-qualification for material ) for the Hupei-Hunan Section of the Canton- Hankow Railway.American Vice Consul General17-
893.77/1379Communication and TransportationRailways-Two Letters from Mr. George Bronson Rea, one to the secretary of the Department of Commerce and one to the president concerning the Chinese Railways.Department of Commerce12-
893.77/1380Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter to Mr. J. Tumulty from Rea enclosing a copy of his letter to the President and asking to protect his name in case the letter became public knowledge.Rea4-
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893.77/1505Communication and TransportationRailwaysConstruction of a Light Railway at Foochow.Correspondence between the American Consul and the Secretary of State concerning the construction of a Light Railway at Foochow. American Consulate3-
893.77/1506Communication and TransportationRailwaysLocomotives and Rolling Stock for Hupei- Hunan Section of Canton-Hankow Line of Hukuang RailwayReport from Edwin S. Cunningham concerning the Locomotives and Rolling Stock for Hupei- Hunan Section of Canton-Hankow Line of Hukuang Railway.Edwin S. Cunningham1-
893.77/1476Communication and TransportationRailways-Note concerning a report about narrow guage railwayas being constructed from Ta Yao Kou to Chao Yang and to Hulutes.Murkden1-
893.77/1477Communication and TransportationRailwaysCost of the Kowloon-Canton RailwayReport by George E. Anderson concerning the cost of the Kowloon-Canton Railway.George E. Anderson3-
893.77/1478Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram concerning the proposal to establish a Sino-American BankMac Murray5-
893.77/1379Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence in reference to the employment of an American engineer to work on the Hukuang Railway.Chinese Legation3-
893.77/1481Communication and TransportationRailways-A letter from Reinsch to the Secretary of State concerning Mac Murray.Reinsch1-
893.77/1482Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between the Secretary of State about the Hukuang Railways.Unknown8-
893.77/1483Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between Mac Murray and the Department of State concerning the Hu Kuang Railways.Mac Murray;3-
893.77/1484Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter to the President of the United States from Brown concerning a possible attempt to overthrow Yuan Shi Kai. A copy of this letter was also sent to John D. Rockefeller.Brown3-
893.77/1485Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence to the Secretary of State concerning a contract between the Chinese government and Messrs, Pauling & Company for a railway from Shasi to Shingyi.unknown31-
893.77/1486Communication and TransportationRailways-Copy of the final contract between the Chinese Government and Messrs, Pauling & CompanyUknown5-
893.77/1487Communication and TransportationRailwaysTender for the Bridges for Canton- Hankow Railway- Hupeh-Hunan SectionCorrespondence from the American Consul General to the Secretary of State concerning the tender for the bridges for the Canton- Hankow Railway- Hupeh-Hunan Section.American Consul General4-
893.77/1488Communication and TransportationRailwaysChina- Hukuang RailwaysCorrespondence between the American Group and the Secretary of State concerning the Hukuang Railway.The American Group13-
893.77/1489Communication and TransportationRailwaysHukuang Rialway Loan- American SectionCorrespondence between the American Consul General and the Secretary of State concerning the Hukuang Rialway Loan- American Section.American Consul General5-
893.77/1491Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between the American Locomotive Sales Corporation and Robert Lansing concerning American manufacturers in the Far East.American Locomotive Sales Corporation4-
893.77/1492Communication and TransportationRailwaysChina-Hukuang RailwaysCorrespondence between the American Group and the Secretary of State concerning the Hukuang Railways.The American Group4-
893.77/1493Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram from Reinsch to the Secretary of State concerning the tender for ten locomotives and alternative American standard specifications.Reinsch3-
893.77/1494Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram concerning the Hukuang bridge specifications, prepared by cox, which required shop erection.Reinsch5-
893.77/1495Communication and RailwaysRailways-Telegram from Reinsch to the Secretary of State the Hukuang bridge specifications.Reinsch3-
893.77/1496Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between the United States Steel Products Company and Mr. J. E. Osborne concerning American manufacturers in China.United States Steel Products Company1-
893.77/1497Communication and TransportationRailwaysCall for Tenders by the Peking-Mukden RailwayA correspondence between the American Consul General and the Secretary of State concerning a call for Tenders by the Peking-Mukden Railway.American Consul General2-
893.77/1498Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram from Riensch to the Secretary of State concerning the possibility of Americans taking over Belgium railway concessions.Reinsch3-
893.77/1499Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence referring to the Legation's telegram of September 18th and the Department's reply of September 20th in regard to the question of the retention of Mr. Richard Wood Randolph as Engineer-in-Chief of the socalled Maerican Section of the Hukuang Railways.Riensch14-
893.77/1500Communication and TransportationRailways-Part one of a four volume report on the final location of the Szechuan-Hankow Railway.Reinsch7-
893.77/1501Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter from the Secretary of State to Paul S. Reinsch concerning in question of tenders for bridges.Frank R. Polk2-
893.77/1502Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter from the Vice President of the American International Corporation to Robert Lansing concerning a paraphrased telegram reffering to possible transfer of Belgium Railway interests in China to the Americans.American International Corporation4-
893.77/1503Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence form Riensch to the Secretary of State concerning the Hukuang Railways.Reinsch35-
893.77/1504Communication and TransportationRailwaysHukuang Railway SuppliesCorrespondence between the American Consul General and the Secretary of State concerning supplies for the Hukuang Railway.American Consul General5-
893.77/1543Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between Reinsch and the Secretary of State concerning the Carey railway contract.Reinsch3-
893.77/1544Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between the American International Corporation and the secretary of state concerning the approval of the Carey contract.American International Corporation3-
893.77/1545Communication and TransportationRailwaysLocomotive Store for Canton-Hankow RailwayCorrespondence between the American Consulate General and the Secretary of State concerning a Locomotive Store for Canton-Hankow Railway.American Consulate General6-
893.77/1546Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway SurveyA Railway Survey of the Hai-Lan Railway.American Vice Consul4-
893.77/1547Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence concerning the supplies for the Hukuang Railway.Reinsch20-
893.77/1548Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence concerning the contructing of the Hukuang Railways.Unknown15-
893.77/1549Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence concerning the supplying of material for Hukuang Railway. the American Group2-
893.77/1507Communication and TransportationRailwaysCommercial Conditions in Yunnan ProvinceCopies of letters sent to the Consul at Saigon and to the Vice Consul in charge at Canton relative to commercial condition in the Provice of Yunnan.American Consul General at Large7-
893.77/1508Communication and TransportationRailwaysLocomotives and Rolling Stock for Canton-Hankow RailwayLetter from Edwin S. Cunningham concerning Locomotives and Rolling Stock for Canton-Hankow Railway.Edwin S. Cunningham6-
893.77/1509Communication and TransportationRailwaysLocomotives and Rolling Stock for Canton-Hankow RailwayLetter in reference to the locomotives and Rolling Stock for the Canton-Hankow Railway.Edwin S. Cunningham5-
893.77/1510Communication and TransportationRailwaysHukuang Loan Modifications -Railway ExtensionLetter from Edwin S. Cunningham concerning the Hukuang Loan Modifications -Railway Extension.Edwin S. Cunningham1-
893.77/1511Communication and TransportationRailwaysChina-Hukuang LoanLetter from the American Group concerning the China-Hukuang Loan.The American Group1-
893.77/1512Communication and TransportationRailways-Dispatch from Paul Reinsch concerning American financiers interested in the Chinese Railways.Paul Reinsch15-
893.77/1513Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch from Reinsch concerning the proposed extension of the Ichang-Kweichou Section of the Hukuang Railways.Paul Reinsch8-
893.77/1514Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch concerning American interest in the Chinese Railways.Paul Reinsch20-
893.77/1515Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter from Reinsch concerning financial disputes between the British and Americans concerning the Hukuang Railways.Reinsch3-
893.77/1516Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram from Reinsch concerning a conversation he had with Director Jeme.Reinsch1-
893.77/1517Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Hukuang Railways; Shop Erection and BridgesCorrespondence between the Paul Reinsch and the Secretary of State concerning the Hukuang Railways; Shop Erection and Bridges.Paul Reinsch19-
893.77/1518Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between Paul Reinsch and the Secretary of State concerning the Hukuang Ralway specifically in regard to Requisition 65.Paul Reinsch4-
893.77/1519Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between American Locomotive Sales Corporation and Mr. William Phillips concerning American interest in financing part of the Hukuang Railway.American Locomotive Sales Corporation4-
893.77/1520Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram from Reinsch to the Secretary of State concerning the Hukuang Railway.Reinsch5-
893.77/1521Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between the American International Corporation and the Secretary of State concerning American financial interest in the Hukuang Railway.American International Corporation2-
893.77/1522Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence concerning American Legation at Peking.Unknown3-
893.77/1523Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between Paul Reinsch and the Secretary of State concerning Hukuang Railway supplies, specifically locomotives fo the Canton-Hankow Railway.Paul Reinsch12-
893.77/1524Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between the American Group and the secretary of state concerning American Legation at Peking.The American Group6-
893.77/1525Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence for the American Group to the Secretary of State concerning tenders for locomotives for the Hukuang Railway.The American Group4-
893.77/1527Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence concerning the American Locomotive Sales Corporation obtaining a four year loan for the Hukuang Railways.Alvey A. Adee12-
893.77/1531Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between Reinsch and the Secretary of State concerning steel-tyred wheels for the Hukwang RailwaysReinsch26-
893.77/1532Communication and TransportationRailways-Communication between the American Locomotive Sales Corporation and the Secretary of State concerning financial matters for the Hukuang Railways.American Locomotive Sales Corporation9-
893.77/1534Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between Reinsch and the Secretary of State concerning the proposed route of the Hukuang Railway.Reinsch2-
893.77/1535Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence concerning the supplying of locomotives from Messrs. J. P. Morgan for the Hukuang Railways.Alvey A Adee2-
893.77/1536Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between Riensch and the Secretary of state in which he encloses copies of a railway loan recently concluded between the Chinese Government and the Russo -Asiatic Bank.Reinsch22-
893.77/1537Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram sent from Reinsch to the Secretary of State concerning alternate routes for the Hukuang Railway.Reinsch1-
893.77/1538Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram from Reinsch to the Secretary of State concerning a request for information about the Saint -Petersberg failing.Reinsch1-
893.77/1539Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between the Baldwin Locomotive Works and Frank L. Polk concerning payment for their locomotives.The Baldwin Locomotive Works2-
893.77/1540Communication and TransportationRailwaysLocomotives for Hankow-Ichang RailwayCorrespondence between Edwin Cunningham and the Secretary of State concering Locomotives for Hankow-Ichang Railway.Edwin Cunningham15-
893.77/1542Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between Reinsch and the Secretary of State concerning the American Concession of the Hukuang Railway.Reinsch5-
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893.77/1651Communication and TransportationRailways-Copies of Letter from Siems & Carey to the Ministry of Communications dated May 26, 1917 Copies of Letter from Ministry of Communications to W. F. Carey, No. 1073, dated June 30 1917 and Copy of a letter from Siems & Carey to acting Minister of Communications, June 30 1917Paul Reinsch23-
893.77/1673Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter to Reinsch concerning the Chinese Governments intentions to construct a line from Ning-hsia to Fengehen.Paul S. Reinsch3-
893.77/1653Communication and TransportationRailways-Copies of an agreement between the Director General of the Chinese Railways Administration and the Director General of the South Manchuria Railway.Paul Reinsch10-
893.77/1654Communication and TransportationRailways-Dispatch and telegram from Reinsch to the Secretary of State concerning the completion Canton Hankow Railway.Paul Reinsch2-
893.77/1655Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence concerning the nomination of Mr. P. H. Ashmead as the Chief Engineer on the American contract for the proposed railway and canal construction in China.Paul Reinsch3-
893.77/1656Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter from the French Embassy to the Secretary of State concerning financial matters dealing with the Chinese Railways.Jusserand11-
893.77/1657Communication and TransportationRailways-Copy of Consuls despatch No. 38/18.Paul Reinsch3-
893.77/1658Communication and TransportationRailways-Copies of the despatches received from the Consulate at Chansha with reference to the Hunan Section of the Canton-Hankow Railway and the terms of the Hukuang Loan.Spencer6-
893.77/1659Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondece concerning the activities of the Russian minister, Horwat Kolchak.Paul Reinsch2-
893.77/1660Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch concerning the Hunan-Hupeh lines of the chinese railway.Paul Reinsch3-
893.77/1661Communication and TransportationRailways-Note from Keppel concerning the index buereau of the State Department. Letter from the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America to Mr. Newton D. Baker concerning Railroad construction in China during the war.F. P. Keppel6-
893.77/1662Communication and TransportationRailways-Notes on a conversation between W. M. Palmer and the Civil Governor of Kirin dealing with the assistance to be rendered by the American Railway Commission to the Chinese Eastern Railway.Paul Reinsch3-
893.77/1663Communication and TransportationRailways-Communication between Reinsch and the Department of State concerning the TSIN PU railways scandal, including newspaper clippings.Paul Reinsch27-
893.77/1664Communication and TransportationRailwaysContract between Tientein-Pukow Railway and China American Rialway Supply Company represented by Dr. George L. RochelleCorrespondence concerning the Contract between Tientein-Pukow Railway and China American Rialway Supply Company represented by Dr. George L. Rochelle.American Consul General15-
893.77/1665Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter from Belgian Minister. Memorandum by Mr. J. F. Stevens. Memorandum by representative of Andersen Meyer and Company.Paul Reinsch8-
893.77/1666Communication and TransportationRailways-Data concerning the railways of China available in the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, in connection with the proposed loan to the Chinese Government.Department of Commerce2-
893.77/1667Communication and TransportationRailways-Copy of Note to British Minister.Paul Reinsch4-
893.77/1668Communication and TransportationRailwaysContract between Tientsin-Pukow Railway and China American Railway Supply Company, Represented by George I. Rochelle. Document concerning the contract between Tientsin-Pukow Railway and China American Railway Supply Company, Represented by George I. Rochelle.Consul General21893.77/1663; 893.77/1664
893.77/1669Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram to the Secretary of State concerning Siemoa, Peking.American International Corporation2893.77/1665
893.77/1670Communication and TransportationRailways-Copies of certain correspondence fro the Siems-Carey Railway & Canal Company in Peking relative to the Railway surveys in China which were being carried out in pursuance of a Contract with the Chinese Government.American International Corporation33-
893.77/1671Communication and TransportationRailways-Translated Railway Loan Agreement from the Minister of CommunicationsCharge d' Affaires5893.77/1583
893.77/1672Communication and TransportationRailways-Inquirey from E. S. Wheeler as to the activity on the Chinese Railways in connection to Seims, Carey Construction Company.E. S. Wheeler1-
893.77/1652Communication and TransportationRailways-Dispatch concerning the protest of the British Government against the proposed construction by an American corporation of certain railways in the Provinces of Hupeh and Hunan.Paul Reinsch3-
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893.77/1831Communication and TransportationRailways-A series of document concerning the proposition of building the Szechuan Railway and the American Interest in being a part of this project. Includes, plans, maps, and lists of materials.The American Consulate General133-
893.77/1855Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence concerning the Dutch Belgian Loan for six million francsThe American Group1-
893.77/1833Communication and TransportationRailways-A letter from the American Trading Company to the Department of Far Eastern Affairs concerning loan agreements made for the hydro-electric development of the Yangtse River.Lewis Smith1-
893.77/1834Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteNote concerning Chat company employing engineers in order to conduct railway surveys in the province of Kwangsi.N/A1893.63/119
893.77/1835Communication and TransportationRailwaysHukuang RailwaysCopies of four letters received by the American Group from the International Banking Corporation.J. P. Morgan & Co35-
893.77/1836Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter from the Department of Commerce to the Director of the Consular Service concerning the development of Chinese Railways.O. P. Hopkins1-
893.77/1837Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteNote concerning an attempt to extort money from the Peking Mukden Railway.N/A3-
893.77/1838Communication and TransportationRailways-Response to inquiry for information concerning the construction of Railways in China.Office of the Secretary of State1-
893.77/1839Communication and TransportationRailways-A letter of thanks concerning information on the South Manchurian Railway.J. R. F.1-
893.77/1840Communication and TransportationRailways-A report sent to the American Bankers concerning transactions in China.Consul General25-
893.77/1841Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter to the Secretary of State concerning and inquirey about the Chinese GovernmentCrane1-
893.77/1842Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence cocerning Military and the construction of the Canton-Hankow Railway/Consul General8-
893.77/1843Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the possibility of the cancelation of the Siems-Cary Railway Contract.Department of State3-
893.77/1844Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the probablity of the Chinese government trying to cancel the railroad contract with them.Siems-Carey Railway & Canal Company22-
893.77/1845Communication and TransportationRailways-Report concerning the Chefoo-Weihsien Railway ProjectConsul General1-
893.77/1846Communication and TransportationRailways-Copy of Letter concerning contracts with the Chinese Government dealing with Railways.A.F.R.4-
893.77/1847Communication and TransportationRailways-Dispatch concerning a loan by a Dutch Bank.Crane2-
893.77/1848Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning Chinese Governments attempt to cancel Railroad contract.Crane3-
893.77/1849Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence concerning the interference of the military in the building of the Canton-Hankow Railway.Charles R. Crane6-
893.77/1850Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence regarding the Tao Ching Railway Extension Loan AngreementA.F.R.7-
893.77/1851Communication and TransportationRailways-Full Report, including, maps, graphs, and other picture images of Foreign Railway activity in China-400-
893.77/1853Communication and TransportationRailwaysShould publicity be given the report on Neutralization and Standardization of Chinese Railways by WhithamA discussion between Miller and Winston concerning the above titled issue.Miller10-
893.77/1854Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Development in ChinaReport on the Railway Development in ChinaWhitham67-
893.77/1832Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe South Manchuria Railway CompanyData and correspondence concerning the construction of the South Manchuria Railway.American Consul6-
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893.77/1948Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning Japanese Financial involvement in the South Manchuria RailwaysGuy N. Walker2-
893.77/1949Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning a request for information regarding the employment of American men in the Transportation department of Chinese RailwaysAlvey A. Adee3-
893.77/1951Communication and TransportationRailwaysConversation with Mr. W. W. Fowler of the General American Car CompanyConcerning a conversation with Mr. W. W. Fowler of the General American Car CompanyDivision of Far Eastern Affairs3-
893.77/1952Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning contract information on Chinese RailwaysL. B. Kidwell9-
893.77/1978Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the Belgo-American cooperation in ChinaA. B. Ruddock3-
893.77/1979Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning the control fo the Chinese Eastern Railway and Loans to the South Manchurian RailwayRuddock1-
893.77/1980Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning interest in the Anglo-French LoanSchurman3-
893.77/1982Communication and TransportationRailwaysPeking- Hankow RailwayConcerning the Peking- Hankow RailwayN. W .Sample Jr.4893.77/1985
893.77/1983Communication and TransportationRailways-Regarding the Baldwin Locomotives Works CompanyDwight Davis1-
893.77/1984Communication and TransportationRailways-Reports concerning the Chinese RailwaysF. R. Eldridge Jr.7-
893.77/1985Communication and TransportationRailwaysPeking-Hankow RallwayConcerning the Peking-Hankow RallwayThe Baldwing Locomotive Works2893.77/1982
893.77/1986Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the credit of the Chinese RailroadsDepartment of Commerce4-
893.77/1987Communication and TransportationRailways-Regarding the Chinese Government RailwaysA. B. Ruddock5893.77/1977
893.77/1988Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the operating of revenues for Chinese Government RailwaysA. B. Ruddock9-
893.77/1989Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the massive sums of mone owed the Robert Dollar Company by the Peking-Suiyuan RailwayA. B. Ruddock16893.77/1966
893.77/1968Communication and TransportationRailwaysNote Concerning the South Manchurian Railway LoanDepartment of State8-
893.77/1969Communication and TransportationRailwaysPeking Hankow RailwayConcerning the Peking-Hankow Railway---
893.77/1970Communication and TransportationRailwaysConcrete Railway TiesConcerning Concrete Railway TiesVice Consul2-
893.77/1971Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the indebtedness of the Peking-Hankow and Peking-Suiyuan Railway ot the General American Car CompanyPaul S. Reinsch18-
893.77/1972Communication and TransportationRailwaysGovernment Finance : Foreign Debts of Chinese Government RailwaysConcerning Government Finance Speicifcally, the Foreign Debts of Chinese Government RailwaysFrederic E. Lee6-
893.77/1973Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning the withdrawl of Japanese Troops from the Shantung RailwayWarren1-
893.77/1974Communication and TransportationRailways-Regarding the operating revenue of the Chinese Government Railways as of October 1921.A. B. Ruddock2-
893.77/1975Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the prospect of constructing a railway in Szechuan Privince from Chungking to ChengtuThe American Group6-
893.77/1976Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning a possible monopoly in the purchase of Railway materialA .B. Ruddock4-
893.77/1977Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning possible discrimination against American interest in the construction of Chinese RailwaysA. B. Ruddock18-
893.77/2005Communication and TransportationRailways-Regarding foreign debts of Chinese Government RailwaysJacob Gould Schurman6893.77/1972
893.77/2006Communication and TransportationRailwaysPossible Purchase Amoy- Changchow RailwayConcerning the Possible Purchase of the Amoy- Changchow RailwayAmerican Consulate4-
893.77/2007Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning Belgo-American Co-operation in ChinaJacob Gould Schurman4893.77/1978
893.77/2008Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning a loan matter for the South Manchuria RailwayBallantine1-
893.77/2009Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the purchasing of materials by the Chinese Government RailwaysF. R. Eldridge5-
893.77/2010Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the status of Chinese Consortium in connection with Japanese loans to Chinese Government RailwaysDepartment of Commerce4-
893.77/2011Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the inconsistencies of the Chinese Government Railways accounting of fund.Department of Commerce6-
893.77/2012Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter from Commerce Department concerning Chinese Railways.Department of Commerce18-
893.77/2013Communication and TransportationRailwaysTrain Service on the Zabaikal RailwayConcerning the Train Service on the Zabaikal RailwayAmerican Consul3-
893.77/2015Communication and TransportationRailways-Regarding the payment of American obligations by the Chinese GovernmentJacob Gould Schurman12893.77/1980
893.77/2016Communication and TransportationRailways-Regarding the payment of American obligations by the Chinese GovernmentJacob Gould Schurman10893.77/1980
893.77/2017Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning Japanese trade relations with the South Manchurian RailwayBallantine1-
893.77/2018Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Nanchang-Kiukiang RailwayConcerning the Nanchang-Kiukiang RailwayAmerican Consul4-
893.77/2019Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the financing of a proposed railway from Chungking to Chengtu in the Sezchuan ProvinceThe American Group6893.77/1975
893.77/2020Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteRegarding a proposed conference between the Chinese Eastern Railway and the South Manchurian Railway;Hanson1-
893.77/2021Communication and TransportationRailwaysChungking Chengtu RailwayConcerning the Chungking Chengtu RailwayThe American Group4893.77/2019
893.77/2022Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Shantung Railway: Reclamation ofConcerning the Reclamation of The Shantung RailwayConsul General3-
893.77/2024Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the proposed Canton-Hankow RailwayF. W. Stevens8-
893.77/2025Communication and TransportationRailways-Referring to the financing of a proposed railway from Chungking to Chengtu in SzechuanThe American Group3-
893.77/2026Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning tenders for Chinese Government RailwaysSchurman2-
893.77/2027Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning Mr. T. Obata's visit to TsingtauAdams1-
893.77/2028Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning Japanese involvement in Chinese Government RailwaysSchurman1-
893.77/2029Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning debts owed W.W. Fowler and Company by the Peking-Suiyuan Railway and the Peking- Hankow Railways.Jacob Gould Schurman6893.77/1977
893.77/2030Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the indebtedness of the Chinese Government RailwaysJacob Gould Schurman3893.77/1995
893.77/2031Communication and TransportationRailways-Regarding reports concerning the use in China of funds borrowed in the United States by Dutch subjects.Jacob Gould Schurman3-
893.77/2032Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning foreign loans to the Lunghai Railway.Schuman1-
893.77/2033Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning United States relationship with the South Manchurian RailwayStevens4-
893.77/2034Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the Railway situations in ChinaDivision of Far Eastern Affairs.1-
893.77/2035Communication and TransportationRailwaysConditions on the Peking-Mukden RailwayConcerning Conditions on the Peking-Mukden RailwayAmerican Consul General4-
893.77/2036Communication and TransportationRailways-Regarding the indebtedness of the Peking-Hankow Railway to the General American Car CompanyJacob Gould Schurman;10893.77/1996
893.77/2037Communication and TransportationRailways-In regard to an interview with Mr. S. Mayers of the British and Chinese Corporation on the subject of Chinese Railways by Messrs. Ruddock, Lee and RheaJacob Gould Schurman6-
893.77/2038Communication and TransportationRailwaysTsingtau and the Shantung RailwayConcerning the Tsingtau and the Shantung RailwayWalter A. Adams10-
893.77/1904Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the right for free competition in China for American FirmsHerbert Hoover12893.77/1896
893.77/1905Communication and TransportationRailwaysSouth Manchuria Railway Company EnterprisesConcerning the South Manchuria Railway Company EnterprisesAmerican Consular Services2-
893.77/1906Communication and TransportationRailwaysSouth Manchuria Railway Company Fresh Enterprises Estimates for New Fiscal YearConcerning the South Manchuria Railway Company Fresh Enterprises Estimates for New Fiscal YearAmerican Consular Services2-
893.77/1907Communication and TransportationRailwaysLung Hai Railway in HonanConcerning the Lung Hai Railway in HonanAmerican Consulate General1-
893.77/1908Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning an order of railway rolling stockHerbert Hoover4-
893.77/1909Communication and TransportationRailwaysTientsin Pukow Railway DevelopmentsConcerning the Tientsin Pukow Railway DevelopmentsConsul3-
893.77/1910Communication and TransportationRailwaysNew Officers of South Manchuria Railways CompanyConcerning the New Officers of South Manchuria Railways CompanyAmerican Consular Services1-
893.77/1866Communication and TransportationRailwaysProposed Development in the Southern Section of the Hankow Canton RailwayConcerning plans to resurvey the Southern section of the Hankow-Canton Railway.American Consulate General6-
893.77/1867Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the Hankow Canton Railroad concession.Euguene Pence4-
893.77/1868Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning Japanese not recognizing the Government of Canton.Unknown1-
893.77/1869Communication and TransportationRailways-Memoradum of an interview with Mr. T.C. Sun, of the Ministy of Communication.A.B.R.8893.77/1843
893.77/1870Communication and TransportationRailwaysVisit of Yen Te-ching to United States and Europe and the Proposed Resurvey of the Hankow-Canton RailwayVisit of Yen Te-ching to United States and Europe and the Proposed Resurvey of the Hankow-Canton RailwayAmerican Consulate General3-
893.77/1871Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailways in ChinaClipping from the Peking & Tientsin Times in regard to the railway situation in China.American Consul General3-
893.77/1872Communication and TransportationRailwaysNew Material Required by the Shantung Railway and Report on the operations of the Railway Bureau and Subsidiary enterprises.New Material Required by the Shantung Railway and Report on the operations of the Railway Bureau and Subsidiary enterprises.American Consulate8-
893.77/1873Communication and TransportationRailwaysPunping Railway CompanyDespatch confirming a concession granted to to a Chinese Government by the former Kwangsi regime to build a railway from Canton to Hoiping, China.Ernest B. Price8-
893.77/1874Communication and TransportationRailwaysProposed Resurvey of the Souther Section of Hankow Canton Railway.Proposed Resurvey of the Souther Section of Hankow Canton Railway.American Consulate General4893.77/1866
893.77/1875Communication and TransportationRailwaysAmoy- Changchow RailwayA Document concerning the Amoy-Changchow Railway which stopped running but it commenced running again during this period.American Consulate1-
893.77/1876Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteClippings from Peking Leader regarding recent railway car loan.Unknown1-
893.77/1877Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the mismanagement of the south Manchurian RailwaysBell2-
893.77/1856Communication and TransportationRailways-Agreement reached concerning the Lunhai RailwayA.B.R.17893.77/1831a; 893.77/1885
893.77/1857Communication and TransportationRailways-Dispatch concerning the Chinese goverments attitutde toward the railway construction in ChinaAmerican International Corporation4893.77/1848
893.77/1858Communication and TransportationRailways-Translated Copy of agreement concluded in brussels on May 1, 1920The American Group2-
893.77/1859Communication and TransportationRailwaysHukuang RailwaysCopy of Official communication received by the Peking representative of the American Group on September 4th , announcing the appointment of Mr. Kuan Ken Ling as Director General of the Hankow Canton Szechuen Railway.The American Group3-
893.77/1860Communication and TransportationRailways-Newspaper clipping regarding railway construction in Chengtu.A. B. R.3-
893.77/1861Communication and TransportationRailways-Newspaper clipping of Mr. Yeh Kung Cho requesting men to work the railways.A.B.R.3-
893.77/1862Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteNote concerning Japanese combinations at Tsingtau and discriminiation on the Shantung RailwayUnknown1-
893.77/1863Communication and TransportationRailwaysTraffic over the South Manchuria RailwayStatistics of passenger and freight traffic over the South Manchuria Railway.American Consular Services2-
893.77/1864Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteDiscusses China's desire to never to consent to augmentation of the Hukuang Group.Unknown1-
893.77/1865Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteReports that a loan is to negotiated from Japan to construct railway Chinan to Cheng Chou.Uknown3-
893.77/1996Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the indebtedness of the Peking-Hankow Railway to the General American Car Company.Alvey A. Adee1-
893.77/1997Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the contract between the Peking-Hankow Railway and the Baldwin Locomotive Works.A. B. Ruddock5893.77/1990
893.77/1998Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the Appointment of en The Ching as co-director of the Canton Hankwo Szechuan RailwayThe American Group5-
893.77/1999Communication and TransportationRailwaysSouth Manchuria Railway EquipmentConcerning the South Manchuria Railway EquipmentConsul2-
893.77/2000Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning money owed by Chinese Government Railways to American interestsA. M. Anderson7-
893.77/2001Communication and TransportationRailwaysRedemption of the Shantung RailwayConcerning the Redemption of the Shantung RailwayAmerican Consulate2-
893.77/2002Communication and TransportationRailwaysJapanese and the Ussri RailwayConcerning the Japanese and the Ussri RailwayAmerican Consulate3-
893.77/2003Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the indebtedness of the Peking-Hankow RailwayJacob Gould Schurman10893.77/1995
893.77/1990Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the indebtedness of the Peking-Hankow Railway to an American concern.A. B. Ruddock7893.77/1963
893.77/1991Communication and TransportationRailwaysWashington Conference- Shantung Railway- Kiaochow-Tsinan RailwayConcerning the Washington Conference and the Shantung Railway and the Kiaochow-Tsinan RailwayAmerican Consulate General2-
893.77/1992Communication and TransportationRailwaysPeking-Hankow RailwayConcerning the Peking-Hankow RailwayN. W. Sample1-
893.77/1993Communication and TransportationRailwaysPeking-Hankow RailwayConcerning the Peking-Hankow RailwayThe Baldwin Locomotive Works1-
893.77/1994Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the indebtedness of the Chinese railways to Mr. W. W. Fowler.A. B. Ruddock3893.77/1977
893.77/1995Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the indebtedness of the Peking-Hankow Railway to the Baldwin Locomotive WorksA. B. Ruddock30893.77/1990; 893.77/1964
893.77/2039Communication and TransportationRailwaysProposed Railway line Harbin- Taheiho on the AmurConcerning the Proposed Railway line Harbin- Taheiho on the AmurG. C. Hanson2-
893.77/2040Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Changchun Tariff ConferenceConcerning The Changchun Tariff ConferenceG. C. Hanson5-
893.77/2041Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the indebtedness of Chinese Government Railways to American CreditorsJacob Gould Schurman46893.77/2016
893.77/2042Communication and TransportationRailwaysBusiness of the South Manchuria Railway CompanyConcerning the Business of the South Manchuria Railway CompanyAmerican Consulate32-
893.77/2044Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning a contract for supplies for the Shantung RailwayJacob Gould Schurman12893.77/2026
893.77/2045Communication and TransportationRailwaysProgram for Improvements and New Constructions of the South Manchuria Railway CompanyConcerning a Program for Improvements and New Constructions of the South Manchuria Railway CompanyConsul4-
893.77/2046Communication and TransportationRailwaysProposed Construction of Light Railway in Swatow Consular DistrictConcerning the Proposed Construction of Light Railway in Swatow Consular DistrictConsul4-
893.77/2047Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the Peking Suiyuan RailwaySchurman3-
893.77/2048Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the Chinese Government Railway's indebtedness to American CorporationsDivision of Far Easter Affairs2-
893.77/2049Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning the lack of payment of loans by the Chinese Government Railways to foreign interests.Schurman1-
893.77/1937Communication and TransportationRailwaysAttitude of the Chinese Bankers and Railaymen : Associations on Railway Questions.Concerning the Attitude of the Chinese Bankers and Railaymen : Associations on Railway Questions.American Consulate General13-
893.77/1938Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the regulations governing the purchase of material by the Chinese Government RailwaysJacob Gould Schurman4-
893.77/1939Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the Chinese Government Railway purchases in general and the regulations governing those purchases.Jacob Gould Schurman20-
893.77/1940Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the South Manchuria Railway and other commercial enterprises in ManchuriaJacob Gould Schurman19-
893.77/1941Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the Canton-Hankow RailwayJacob Gould Schurman8893.77/1935
893.77/1942Communication and TransportationRailways-A memoradum concerning an conversation between Mr. Carroll and Dr. SchurmanJacob Gould Schurman3-
893.77/1943Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the double tracking of the Peking-Mukden RailwayDepartment of Commerce2-
893.77/1944Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning Japanese control of the Shantung RailwayUknown1-
893.77/1945Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning the status of the controversy over the Shantung RailwayUnknown1-
893.77/1946Communication and TransportationRailwaysKowloon-Hankow RailwayConcerning the Kowloon-Hankow RailwayConsul General2-
893.77/1947Communication and TransportationRailwaysJapenese Open New Station on Branch Line of Shantung RailwayConcerning the Japenese Openng a New Station on Branch Line of the Shantung RailwayWalter A . Adams2-
893.77/1911Communication and TransportationRailways-Regarding purchases of supplies for the Chinese Government RailwaysCharles R. Crane5-
893.77/1912Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the financing of the construction of the hunan Section of the Canton- Hankow RailwayCharles R. Crane2-
893.77/1913Communication and TransportationRailwaysSouth Manchuria Railway Company- FinancesConcerning the South Manchuria Railway Company- FinancesAmerican Consular Services3-
893.77/1914Communication and TransportationRailways-Regarding the consortium and the purchase of Chinese Government railway materialsCharles R. Crane9-
893.77/1915Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the ordering of freight cars for the Canton-Hankow RailwayCharles R. Crane26-
893.77/1916Communication and TransportationRailwaysPublication of Confidential Information submitted by the Hankow Consulate GeneralConcerning the Publication of Confidential Information submitted by the Hankow Consulate GeneralAmerican Consulate General7-
893.77/1917Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the purchasing habits of the Peking Mukden RailwayHughes1-
893.77/1918Communication and TransportationRailwaysReported Japanese withdrawal of troops from ShantungConcerning the report of Japanese withdrawal of troops from ShantungAmerican Consul12-
893.77/1919Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the Chinese Government Railway Purchases in General Purchase of Frieght Cars for the Canton-Hankow RailwayA. B. Ruddock3-
893.77/1920Communication and TransportationRailwaysSouth Manchuria Railway CompanyConcerning the Manchuria Railway CompanyAmerican Consular Serivices2-
893.77/1921Communication and TransportationRailwaysSouth Manchuria Railway Company- Accounts for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1921Concerning the South Manchuria Railway Company and the Accounts for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1921Max D. Kirjassoff3-
893.77/1922Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning a Loan for the double tracking of the Peking-Mukden RailwayA. B. Ruddock8-
893.77/1923Communication and TransportationRailways-Regarding the Peking- Mukden Railway double tracking agreementA. B. Ruddock6893.77/1917
893.77/1924Communication and TransportationRailways-Regarding the apparent discrimination against American materials and equipment in the awarding of contracts for certain Chinese Railways.A. B. Ruddock3893.77/1896
893.77/1925Communication and TransportationRailways-Regarding discrimination against American materials and equipment.A. B. Ruddock2893.51/3354
893.77/1926Communication and TransportationRailwaysEstimated Expenditures of the South Manchuria Railway Company for the Fiscal Years 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, and 1924 Concerning the Estimated Expenditures of the South Manchuria Railway Company for the Fiscal Years 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, and 1924American Consular Services2-
893.77/1927Communication and TransportationRailwaysSouth Manchuria Railway Company Freight RatesConcern the South Manchuria Railway Company Freight RatesAmerican Consular Service1-
893.77/1928Communication and TransportationRailways-Two Memoradums concerning the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic CommerceA. B. Ruddock4893.77/1924
893.77/1929Communication and TransportationRailwaysArrival in Manchuria of new President of South Manchuria Railway: Future Policy of Railways Concerning the Arrival in Manchuria of new President of South Manchuria Railway and the Future Policy of RailwaysAmerican Consulate General4-
893.77/1930Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Connecting of the Canton-Kowloon Line with the Canton- Hankow LineConcerning The Connecting of the Canton-Kowloon Line with the Canton- Hankow LineAmerican Consulate General12-
893.77/1931Communication and TransportationRailwaysInterruptions caused by washouts and floodConcerning the Interruptions caused by washouts and flood on the Tientsine Pukow RailwayAmerican Consul2-
893.77/1932Communication and TransportationRailwaysWashouts on the Tientsin Pukow RailwayConcerning the Washouts on the Tientsin Pukow RailwayAmerican Consul101-
893.77/1934Communication and TransportationRailwaysReplacement of Troops along the Shantung RailwayConcerning the Replacement of Troops along the Shantung RailwayAmerican Consul4-
893.77/1935Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning British interest in the building of connections between the Canton-Hankow Railway and the Canton-Kowloon Railway.Jacob Gould Schurman95-
893.77/2004Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning Chinese Government Railways indebtedness to American interests.Jacob Gould Schurman20893.77/1966
893.77/1953Communication and TransportationRailwaysFurther Japanese Loans Sought by Kiukiang- Nanochang RailwayConcerning the Further Japanese Loans Sought by Kiukiang- Nanochang RailwayAmerican Consul General9-
893.77/1954Communication and TransportationRailwaysSouth Manchuria Railway CompanyConcerning the South Manchuria Railway CompanyAmerican Consular Service2-
893.77/1955Communication and TransportationRailwaysPetition for Retention by Japanese of the Shantung RailwayConcerning the Petition for Retention by the Japanese of the Shantung RailwayAmerican Consular Service2-
893.77/1956Communication and TransportationRailwaysFurther Data on the Kiukiang-Nanchang Railways SituationConcerning Further Data and information gathered on the Kiukiang-Nanchang Railways SituationAmerican Consulate General10893.77/1953
893.77/1957Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter concerning the need for American manufactured railroad parts for Chinese railwaysDepartment of Commerce6-
893.77/1958Communication and TransportationRailwaysHukuang RailwaysConcerning the Hukuang RailwaysThe American Group9-
893.77/1959Communication and TransportationRailwaysTsingtau and the Shantung RailwayConcerning the Tsingtau and the Shantung RailwayWalter A. Adams10-
893.77/1960Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning the Japanese withdrawing their guards from the Shantung RailwaySchurman1793.94/1308
893.77/1961Communication and TransportationRailwaysInterest of the officials and citizens of Kiangsu Province in the redemption of the Shantung RailwayConcerning the Interest of the officials and citizens of Kiangsu Province in the redemption of the Shantung RailwayConsul4-
893.77/1962Communication and TransportationRailwaysPresent Status of the Nanchang-Kiukiang RailwayConcerning the Present Status of the Nanchang-Kiukiang RailwayFrederic E. Lee3-
893.77/1963Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the half a million dollars in gold due Baldwin Locomotive Company upon the delievery of 30 locomotives to the Peking-Hankow Railway.Schurman5-
893.77/1965Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning a conversation between Mr. Lockhart of this Division and Mr. Dwight F. Davis of the War Finance Board of the Treasury DepartmentDivision of Easter Affairs3-
893.77/1966Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning discrimination associated with Chinese RailwaysHughes5-
893.77/1967Communication and TransportationRailwaysPress Comment on China's Railway Deficits and the ConsortiumConcer the Press Comment on China's Railway Deficits and the ConsortiumAmerican Consulate General6-
893.77/1878Communication and TransportationRailwaysCargo over South Manchuria Railway for First 10 Days in February, 1921Concerning Cargo over South Manchuria Railway for First 10 Days in February, 1921American Consular Services5-
893.77/1879Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning a a conversation with Mr. T. C. Sun, managing director of the Chuchow-Chinohow Line of the Chinese Government Railways.Charles R. Crane3-
893.77/1880Communication and TransportationRailwaysImprovements and Developments Made by the Tientsin-Pukow RailwayConcerning Improvements and Developments Made by the Tientsin-Pukow RailwayConsul5-
893.77/1881Communication and TransportationRailwaysFurther notes concerning the Shantung Railway (Kiaochow Tsinan Railway-Santo Railway)Dealing with Further notes concerning the Shantung Railway (Kiaochow Tsinan Railway-Santo Railway)Vice Consul6-
893.77/1882Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the completion of the Lung-Tsing U Hai Railway in China.Unknown2893.77/1856
893.77/1883Communication and TransportationRailwaysHukuang RailwayConcerning the construction work on the Hukuang RailwayThe American Group5-
893.77/1884Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning a proposed resurvey of the Southern section of the Canton-Hankow Railway.The American Group1-
893.77/1885Communication and TransportationRailways-u-11893.77/1856
893.77/1886Communication and TransportationRailwaysHukuang RailwaysConcerning the purposed resurvey of the Hukuang RailwaysAmerican Consulate General17-
893.77/1887Communication and TransportationRailwaysProposed Resurvey of the Southern Section of the Canton-Hankow RailwayConcerning Proposed Resurvey of the Southern Section of the Canton-Hankow RailwayAmerican Consulate General4-
893.77/1888Communication and TransportationRailwaysNew Box Cars for South Manchuria Railway CompanyConcerning New Box Cars for South Manchuria Railway CompanyAmerican Consular Services1-
893.77/1889Communication and TransportationRailwaysProposed Resurvey of the Southern Section of the Canton-Hankow RailwayConcerning the Proposed Resurvey of the Southern Section of the Canton-Hankow RailwayAmerican Consulate General2893.77/1887
893.77/1890Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the Funding of the Canton-Hankow RailwayThe American Group2-
893.77/1891Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning Rolling stock for the Shantung RailwayThe Robert Dollar Co.4893.77/1881
893.77/1892Communication and TransportationRailwaysCanton-Hankow RailwayConcerning the completion of the Canton-Hankow RailwayThe American Consulate3-
893.77/1893Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the funding of the Canton-Hankow RailwayJ. V. A. MacMurray1-
893.77/1895Communication and TransportationRailwaysSpecial Allowance for Chinese Employees of the souther Manchuria Railway CompanyConcerning the Special Allowance for Chinese Employees of the souther Manchuria Railway CompanyAmerican Consular Services1-
893.77/1896Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the discrimination against American concerns in the awarding of contracts for certain Chinese railwaysDepartment of Commerce7-
893.77/1897Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning Funding of the South Manchurian RailwaysDepartment of Commerce2-
893.77/1898Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning a conversation between Mr. Lockhart of this division and Mr. Dwight F. Davis of the War Finance Board of the Treasury DepartmentDivision of Far Easter Affairs3-
893.77/1899Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning certain proposed contracts wit the South China Republics.Herbert Hoover6-
893.77/1900Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning purchase contracts for Chinese RailwaysUnknown1-
893.77/1901Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning the directors of the Kiukiang-Nanchang Railway decision to trun its project over to the ministry of communication.Unknown1-
893.77/1902Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the Lunghai RailwayCharles R. Crane1893.77/1869
893.77/1903Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the Purchase of Railway EquipmentCrane1-
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893.77/2057Communication and TransportationRailwaysRelease of rolling stock of Peking-Mukden RailwayOfficial document reporting to the legislation at Peking the Release of rolling stock of Peking-Mukden RailwayAmerican Consulate General4-
893.77/2059Communication and TransportationRailways-Copy of an informal letter concerning the purchase of certain locomotoives by the Shantung Railway Administration.Jacob Gould Schurman7-
893.77/2060Communication and TransportationRailways-Translation of a Mandate issued by the President concerning the rolling stock of various railroads.Jacob Gould Schurman6-
893.77/2061Communication and TransportationRailways-Copy of a letter from the General American Car company requesting the modification of the agreement in regard to the appointment of a car accountant.Jacob Gould Schurman14-
893.77/2062Communication and TransportationRailways-Memorandum of Conversation between Mr. MacMurray and the following gentlemen: Mr. Thomas; Mr. Muchnic; Mr. Fowler; and Mr. Knapp representing various steel and industrial companies.Unknown11-
893.77/2063Communication and TransportationRailways-Dispatch concerning an agreement of the General american Car company wit the Ministry of Communication regarding the supply of cars to the Peking-Suiyuan Railway.Jacob Gould Schurman17-
893.77/2064Communication and TransportationRailways-Confirmation in writing of the salient points brought out during the meeting between Mr. W. W. Fowler and Chinese representatives.United States Steel Products Company9-
893.77/2065Communication and TransportationRailways-Response to a letter received from the American Legation at Peking.The American Group1-
893.77/2066Communication and TransportationRailways-Translation of a Presidential Mandate dated Setptember 7, 1922 regarding restrictions on the issuing of passes o the Government Railways in ChinaJacob Gould Schurman3-
893.77/2067Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between J. v. A. MacMurray and F. H. Eldridge concering the question of overdue obligations fo the Chinese government to American Firms.F. R. Eldridge3-
893.77/2068Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Ko-Pi-Lin RailwayDiscription of the Ko-Pi-Lin RailwayUnknown2-
893.77/2069Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Ko-Pi-Lin RailwayDetails Concerning the Ko-Pi-Lin RailwayAmerican Consulate2-
893.77/2070Communication and TransportationRailways-Information addressing the Pin- Hei RailwayAnderson, Meyer, & Company2-
893.77/2071Communication and TransportationRailways-Document stating the International Banking Corporation knew nothing about the proposed Pin-Hei Railway.International Banking Corporation2-
893.77/2072Communication and TransportationRailwaysProjected K'o- Lao Light RailwayA letter concerning the Tien-Yun Company and their desire to build the K'o-Lao Railway.American Consulate2-
893.77/2073Communication and TransportationRailways-Communication concerning some American firms who were interesting in investing in the Pin-Hei Railway.The Baldwin Locomotive Works2-
893.77/2115Communication and TransportationRailwaysAn Interview with Baron Okura, Director of the South Manchuria RailwayConcerning An Interview with Baron Okura, Director of the South Manchuria RailwayG. C. Hanson3-
893.77/2116Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning the Chinese Eastern RailwayWarren5-
893.77/2118Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Kiachow-Tisinan RailwayConcerning The Kiachow-Tisinan RailwayC. E. Gauss3-
893.77/2119Communication and TransportationRailways-Regarding alleged discrimination by the Peking-Mukden Railway Admnistration in connection with its recent call fro tenders for signalling material.Schurman4893.77/2089
893.77/2120Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning the idea of a customs surtax being applied to the development of railways in ChinaVictor Wellesley--
893.77/2122Communication and TransportationRailwaysKiaochow-Tsinan RailwayConcerning the Kiaochow-Tsinan RailwayC. E. Gause5893.77/2118
893.77/2123Communication and TransportationRailwaysReceipts of Haiphong-Yunnanfu RailwayConcerning the Receipts of Haiphong-Yunnanfu RailwayM .S. Myers2-
893.77/2124Communication and TransportationRailwaysCanton-Kowloon Railway AgreementConcerning the Canton Kowloon Railway AgreementR. P. Tenney;36-
893.77/2125Communication and TransportationRailwaysCanton-Kowloon Railway AgreementConcerning the Canton-Kowloon Railway AgreementR. P. Tenney12-
893.77/2126Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning loans in conncection with construction of Canton-Hankow RailwaySchurman1-
893.77/2127Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning a treaty between China and Great Britain dealing with the Canton-Kowloon RailwayJacob Gould Schurman2893.77/1935
893.77/2128Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the Present management of the Kiaochow-Tsinan RailwayJacob Gould Schurman3-
893.77/2129Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the contract to build the Canton-Kowloon RailwayJacob Gould Schurman6893.77/2127
893.77/2130Communication and TransportationRailwaysKiaochow- Tsinan RailwayConcerning the Kiaochow- Tsinan RailwayAmerican Consulate7-
893.77/2131Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the purposed loan of the Tientsin-Pukow RailwayF. R. Eldridge5-
893.77/2132Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning Chinese Government Railway Debts.Victor Wellesley1-
893.77/2050Communication and TransportationRailways-Contains a Copy of a letter from the Japanese Minster, a copy of two memorandums from the Trade Commissioner, and Excerpts from the "Peking Leader" and the "Peking and Tientsin Times" concerning the purchase of certain locomostives by the Shantung Railway Administration.Uknown11-
893.77/2051Communication and TransportationRailways-Series of documents concerning the "Pin-Hei Syndicate Agreement". Includes Letters, official agreements, and newpaper clippings.Jacob Gould Schurman26-
893.77/2052Communication and TransportationRailwaysPartisan Insorders on the Ussuri RailwayClipping from the Russian Daily News giving the story of the blowing up of a train on the Ussuri Railway by Russian Partisans.G. C. Hanson2-
893.77/2053Communication and TransportationRailwaysHarbin-Heiho Railway in ProjectReffers to a Hoax concerning the Harbin-Heiho Railway Project.Manchuria Daily News4-
893.77/2054Communication and TransportationRailways-Dispatch concerning the condition of the Chinese Railway System.Jacob Gould Schurman13893/77/2041
893.77/2055Communication and TransportationRailways-A Copy of a letter from the Peking representative fo the Gernal American Car Complany in regard to the its car account agreement wit the Minstry of Communication.Jacob Gould Schurman26-
893.77/2056Communication and TransportationRailways-Copy of a letter from the representative of the American group of the Consortium regarding the propoesed construction of a railways line from Chungking to Chengtu.Jacob Gould Schurman8-
893.77/2074Communication and TransportationRailways-A request for a copy of the Peking Legation concerning the construction a railway lind from Chungking to Chungto.Siems-Carry Railway & Canal Company1-
893.77/2076Communication and TransportationRailways-Communication regarding the attitude of the Chinese Government in connection wit the obligations for the payment of railway equipment as part of the operating expenses of the railways.A. B. Ruddock4793.77/9641
893.77/2077Communication and TransportationRailways-A Letter from Frank Rhea to Baldwin Locomotive Works regarding the methods of purchase employed by the Chinese Government public utilities.A. B. Ruddock30-
893.77/2078Communication and TransportationRailways-A letter concerning the proposed railway from Chengtu to ChungkingSiems Carey Railway & Canal Company4-
893.77/2079Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteRegarding the land holding Railway and Harbor Facilities.Tsingtau30-
893.77/2080Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteRegarding states railway agreement not yet signed.Schurman1-
893.77/2081Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteGives text of Foreign Office Statement issued re-detailed agreement re-Shantung Railway.Wilson1-
893.77/2082Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the inability of Rhea to secure a copy of the agreement with Szupinghai-Taonanfu. Inc.Schurman1-
893.77/2083Communication and TransportationRailways-Copy of the General American Car Company's agreement with the Peking- Suiyan Railway.General American Car Company6-
893.77/2084Communication and TransportationRailways-Expounding on their agreement with the Peking-Mukden RailwayGeneral American Car Company2-
893.77/2086Communication and TransportationRailwaysReception given by the new President of South Manchuria Railway Company to foreign residents of MukdenConcerning the reception given by the new President of South Manchuria Railway Company to foreign residents of MukdenAmerican Consulate General4-
893.77/2087Communication and TransportationRailwaysLegation of the United States of AmericanRegarding overdue obligations of the Chinese railways in connection with the claims of the General American Car Company.Jacob Gould Schurman5-
893.77/2088Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteCopy of commuictions from the American Trade Commissioner at Peking describing as proposal which is being discussed to negotiate further loans for construsion of Chinese Government RailwaysSchurman1-
893.77/2089Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the Peking-Mukden Railway invitation for bid on furnishing signal materials.Schurman2-
893.77/2090Communication and TransportationRailwaysLaws, Ordinances , and Orders relation to the South Manchuria Railway CompanyConcerning Laws, Ordinances , and Orders relation to the South Manchuria Railway CompanyAmerican Consulate30-
893.77/2091Communication and TransportationRailwaysCondition of the Peking- Hankow RailwayConcerning the Conditions of the Peking- Hankow RailwayAmerican Consulate General3-
893.77/2093Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteArticle which appeared in the Lodon Daily paper containing the statement issues by Chao Hsim Chu on Chinese railway development.Wheeler1-
893.77/2094Communication and TransportationRailways-Regarding the joint account of the American Locomotive Sales Corporation and the Mitsui Bussan KaishaJacob Gould Schurman15-
893.77/2095Communication and TransportationRailwaysTientsin- Pukow Railway Aquires Five Coplete American Steel TrainsConcerning Tientsin- Pukow Railway Aquiring Five Coplete American Steel TrainsJohn K. Davis10-
893.77/2096Communication and TransportationRailways-Official account of the Tienpaoshan-Tumen Railway AffairJacob Gould Schurman4-
893.77/2097Communication and TransportationRailwaysProgram for Improvements and New Constructions of the south Manchuria Railway Company Concerning the Program for Improvements and New Constructions of the south Manchuria Railway CompanyJ. W. Ballantine5893.77/2045
893.77/2099Communication and TransportationRailwaysTientsin Pukow Railway Improvements at the Pukow TerminalConcerning the Tientsin Pukow Railway Improvements at the Pukow TerminalJohn K. Davis5-
893.77/2101Communication and TransportationRailways-Copy of a report from Rhea concerning the Chineses Government Railway Signals.F. H. Eldridge6-
893.77/2111Communication and TransportationRailwaysExtension of the Lunghai Railway towards the seaConcerning the Extension of the Lunghai Railway towards the seaJohn K. Davis5-
893.77/2112Communication and TransportationRailways-Resolutions passed by the Far Easter Advisory Committee.F. R. Eldridge3-
893.77/2113Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteDespatch and enclosures concerning French TransitSchurman6-
893.77/2102Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning the outcome of the transaction between the Chinese Government and the Gerneral american Car CompanyThe American Group5-
893.77/2103Communication and TransportationRailways-Legation concerning payments of interest and amortization on Chinese Government Railway Loans, with special reference to the preferential treatment affored to British interest.Jacob Gould Schurman14-
893.77/2104Communication and TransportationRailwaysTransfer of Shantung Railway from Japan to ChinaConcerning the Transfer of Shantung Railway from Japan to ChinaWalter A. Adams10-
893.77/2105Communication and TransportationRailways-Discusses the Budget of the South Manchuria Railway CompanyWilliam R. Langdon;3-
893.77/2106Communication and TransportationRailwaysSunning Railway DividendsConcerning Sunning Railway DividendsAmerican Vice Consul3-
893.77/2107Communication and TransportationRailways-Report on the Shantung Railway ValuationF. R. Eldridge17-
893.77/2108Communication and TransportationRailwaysHistory of the Development of the South Manchuria RailwayConcerning the History of the Development of the South Manchuria RailwayEli Taylor45-
893.77/2109Communication and TransportationRailwaysConditon of Chinese RailwaysConcerning the Conditon of Chinese RailwaysStuart J. Fuller5-
893.77/2110Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Reclamation of the Shantung RailwayConcerning The Reclamation of the Shantung RailwayEdwin S. Cunningham2-
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893.77/2197Communication and TransportationRailwaysTientsin Pukow Railway: Protection of Trains- Raising of Passanger and Frieght RatesConcerning the Tientsin Pukow Railway andProtection of Trains as well as the Raising of Passanger and Freight RatesR. P. Tenney;44-
893.77/2198Communication and TransportationRailwaysProposed Construction of the Kaiyuan- Hailung RailwayConcerning the Proposed Construction of the Kaiyuan- Hailung RailwayConsul General1-
893.77/2199Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram concerning an accounting agreement with W. W. Fowler and CompanySchurman3-
893.77/2200Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram concerning a contract between W. W. Fowler and the Peking-Suiyuan Railway.General American Car Company1-
893.77/2201Communication and TransportationRailwaysErroneous Report Respecting British Railway Contract in ChinaConcerning an Erroneous Report Respecting British Railway Contract in ChinaAmerican Consulate General3-
893.77/2202Communication and TransportationRailwaysProposed Chefoo-Weihsien RailwayConcerning the Proposed Chefoo-Weihsien RailwayAmerican Consulate General2-
893.77/2203Communication and TransportationRailwaysDirect Communication Harbin-DairenConcerning the Direct Communication between Harbin and DairenAmerican Consulate2-
893.77/2204Communication and TransportationRailways-Excerpts from various Chinese news papers in regard to three conctracts said to have been negotiated by the firm of Hollamby & CompanyJacob Gould Schurman5-
893.77/2205Communication and TransportationRailwaysFire on Kaiochow-Tsinan RailwayConcerning the Fire on the Kaiochow-Tsinan RailwayR. P. Tenney3-
893.77/2206Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch regarding the Car Accounting Agreement between the General American Car Company and the Ministry of Communications affect the Peking-Suiyuan.Jacob Gould Schurman73893.77/2121
893.77/2207Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter from the General American Car Company concerning the debts owed American interests by the Peking-Suiyuan Railway.General American Car Company25-
893.77/2208Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter regarding the Peking-Suiyuan RailwayW. W. Fowler11-
893.77/2318Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch concerning the building of Chinese Government RailwaysEdgar A. Banocroft4-
893.77/2319Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram from Bancraft concerning PekingBancraft1-
893.77/2320Communication and TransportationRailwaysTaonanfu-Tsitsikar Railway ConcessionDespatch concerning the Taonanfu-Tsitsikar Railway ConcessionG. C. Hanson2-
893.77/2283Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Hulan-Nanchiang RailwayDespatch in The Hulan-Nanchiang RailwayG. C. Hanson3-
893.77/2284Communication and TransportationRailwaysSuspension of through traffic on the Haiphong Yunnanfu RailwayLetter concerning Suspension of through traffic on the Haiphong Yunnanfu RailwayM. S. Myer2-
893.77/2285Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Japanese in ManchuriaArticle concerning The Japanese in ManchuriaAmerican Consulate13-
893.77/2286Communication and TransportationRailways-Article concerning the Chinese Eastern Railway and MongoliaJacob Gould Schurman4-
893.77/2254Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Projects in North ManchuriaDespatch concerning Railway Projects in North ManchuriaG. C. Hanson3-
893.77/2255Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Harbin- Taheiho Railway ProjectsDespatch concerning The Harbin- Taheiho Railway ProjectsG. C. Hanson3-
893.77/2256Communication and TransportationRailwaysTransfer of Properties to the Kiaochow-Tsinan Railway by the Commerical Port of Kiaochow-DayDespatch concerning the Transfer of Properties to the Kiaochow-Tsinan Railway by the Commerical Port of Kiaochow-DayWalter A. Addams2-
893.77/2257Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteNote concerning the Rising Sun Trading Company and the U. S. Steel Products CompanyAdams4-
893.77/2258Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteNote concerning the Ssupingkai-Taonanfu RailwayBell6-
893.77/2259Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch concernin the Ministry of Foreign AffairsJacob Gould Schurman16893.77/2240
893.77/2260Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailways in South ManchuriaReport concerning the Railways in South ManchuriaR. P. Tenney7-
893.77/2260Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch concerning the American Locomotive Sales CorportationJacob Gould Schurman14893.77/2240; 839.77/2199
893.77/2262Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Amoy-Changchow RailwayDespatch concerning The Amoy-Changchow RailwayAmerican Consulate2-
893.77/2263Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch concerning the proposed Mentoukou-Tsaitang RailwayJacob Gould Schurman3-
893.77/2264Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch concerning the indebtedness of the Peking-Suiyuan Railway to various American interestEdward Bell8893.77/2246
893.77/2265Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Projects in North ManchuriaDespatch concerning the Railway Projects in North ManchuriaG. C. Hanson7-
893.77/2266Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch concerning Peking-Suiyuan RailwayJacob Gould Schurman5893.77/2259
893.77/2267Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch concerning a railway which was constructed between Kalgan and UrgaJacob Gould Schurman5-
893.77/2268Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch concerning the indebtedness of the Peking-Suiyuan Railway to various American firmsJacob Gould Schurman4893.77/2242; 893.77/2259
893.77/2269Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter from the General American Car Company regarding cable chargesGeneral American Car Company1-
893.77/2270Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteNot regarding the construction of a railway from Taonanfu to TsitsiharCaffery3-
893.77/2271Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Projects in North ManchuriaDespatch concerning Railway Projects in North ManchuriaG. C. Hanson2-
893.77/2272Communication and TransportationRailwaysAppointment of Mr. Banchiro Yaschuhiro as President of the South Manchuria Railway CompanyLetter concering the Appointment of Mr. Banchiro Yaschuhiro as President of the South Manchuria Railway CompanyAmerican Consulate General5-
893.77/2273Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram concerning President Tsao KunBell3-
893.77/2274Communication and TransportationRailwaysTranslating of the Skidelsky Contract for the Construction of the Hulan-Nanchlang Railway of Hellungkiang ProvinceLetter concerning the Translating of the Skidelsky Contract for the Construction of the Hulan-Nanchlang Railway of Hellungkiang ProvinceAmerican Consulate5-
893.77/2275Communication and TransportationRailwaysMilitary Attache ReportMilitary Attache ReportDepartment of the Chief of Staff7-
893.77/2276Communication and TransportationRailwaysYour ReferenceLetter concerning a contract for Locomotives for the Peking-Suiyuan Railway;Charles M. Muchnic1-
893.77/2277Communication and TransportationRailways-Note concerning telegram charges dealing with PekingAmerican Car Company7893.77/2199
893.77/2278Communication and TransportationRailways-Note concerning the Shantung RailwayDivision of Far Easter Affairs9-
893.77/2279Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter regarding the Kin Sui RailwayAmerican Locomotive Sales Corportation41-
893.77/2281Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter concerning railway interest of J. P. Morgan and CompanyHenry Bruce Wilson2-
893.77/2282Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Hulan-Nunkiang Railway of Hellungkiang ProvinceDespatch concerning The Hulan-Nunkiang Railway of Hellungkiang ProvinceG. C. Hanson2-
893.77/2176Communication and TransportationRailwaysProposal of Shum Chok Chow, a Chinese citizen to solicit funds and purchase railway equipment for the contemplated Kwangtung Ping Yang Railway Co., Ltd Concerning the Proposal of Shum Chok Chow, a Chinese citizen to solicit funds and purchase railway equipment for the contemplated Kwangtung Ping Yang Railway Co., LtdAmerican Consulate General2-
893.77/2177Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning the Possible occupation of Tientsin-Pukow Railroad by U. S. TroopsMacMurray1-
893.77/2178Communication and TransportationRailwaysSupplies for Shanhaikwan- Mukden Seciton of the Peking- Mukden RailwayConcerning the gathering of Supplies for Shanhaikwan- Mukden Seciton of the Peking- Mukden RailwayDepartment of State1-
893.77/2179Communication and TransportationRailwaysTienposhan-Tumen river Light RailwayConcerning the Tienposhan-Tumen river Light RailwayDepartment of State1-
893.77/2180Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteConcerning the Sino-Japanese detailed negotiations in Peking for the Kiaochow-Tsinan RailwaySchurman3-
893.77/2181Communication and TransportationRailways-Book about how the South Manchuria Railway Company is advancing the culture of Manchuria.South Manchuria Railway Company96-
893.77/2182Communication and TransportationRailways-Regards a conccession grant3ed by the So-call Southern Government to the Northern Construction Company of CanadaJacob Gould Schurman4-
893.77/2183Communication and TransportationRailwaysJapenese Newspaper Propaganda in Favor of The South Manchurian RailwayConcerning Japenese Newspaper Propaganda in Favor of The South Manchurian RailwayG. c. Hanson10-
893.77/2185Communication and TransportationRailwaysKiaochow-Tsinan RailwayConcerning the Kiaochow-Tsinan RailwayR. P. Tenney13893.77/2118; 893.77/2122; 893.77/2130
893.77/2186Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning Chinese Government Railway expensesJacob Gould Schurman15893.77/2041; 893.77/2076;
893.77/2209Communication and TransportationRailways-A letter concerning business the American Tank Car Corporation was doing in ChinaFrederic W. Upham1-
893.77/2210Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram concerning the General American Car CompanyGeneral American Car Company2-
893.77/2211Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Canton-Kowloon (HongKong) Railway and the Canton GovernmentConcerning The Canton-Kowloon (HongKong) Railway and the Canton GovernmentDouglas Jenkins3-
893.77/2212Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram Concerning the General American Car CompanyGeneral American Car Company2-
893.77/2214Communication and TransportationRailwaysChinese Railways, Government, Foreign Concessions, Private and Provincial Statistics Re-Earnings:Purchasing Agents and Storekeepers; Passanger TariffConcerning Chinese Railways, Government, Foreign Concessions, Private and Provincial Statistics Re-Earnings:Purchasing Agents and Storekeepers; Passanger TariffEdwin S. Cunningham8-
893.77/2216Communication and TransportationRailwaysStatus of the Chefoo-Weihsien RailwayConcerning the Status of the Chefoo-Weihsien RailwayAmerican Consulate General2893.77/2202
893.77/2217Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter concerning the indebtedness of the Peking- Suiyuan Railway to the General American Car CompanyGeneral American Car Company8893.77/2199;
893.77/2218Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteNote regarding a Belgian contract for Railway materials to Chinese Government RailwaysAmerican Locomotive Sales Corportation1-
893.77/2219Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch concerning the construction of three railways in China : Tsangchow to Shinhohischowang; Tientsin to Chifeng; and Chefoo to Weihsien.Jacob Gould Schurman16-
893.77/2187Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Projects in ManchuriaConcerning the Railway Projects in ManchuriaAmerican Consulate30-
893.77/2188Communication and TransportationRailwaysJapanese Projects in North ManchuriaConcerning Japanese Projects in North ManchuriaG. C. Hanson3893.77/2187
893.77/2189Communication and TransportationRailwaysTientu Rialway and Lida CompanyConcerning the Tientu Rialway and Lida CompanyAmerican Consulate General2893.77/2173
893.77/2190Communication and TransportationRailwaysJapanese in North ManchuriaConcerning in Japanese in North ManchuriaAmerican Consulate5-
893.77/2191Communication and TransportationRailwaysDescription of Country Traversed by the Tientsin- Pukow RailwayConcerning a Description of Country Traversed by the Tientsin- Pukow RailwayR. P. Tenney14-
893.77/2192Communication and TransportationRailwaysProjected Railway DevelopmentConcerning Projected Railway DevelopmentAmerican Consulate12-
893.77/2193Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Tien-Tu RailwayConcerning The Tien-Tu RailwayG. C. Hanson8893.77/2173
893.77/2194Communication and TransportationRailwaysAmerican Transportation Methods Discussed in the Local PressConcerning American Transportation Methods Discussed in the Local PressG. C. Hanson1-
893.77/2195Communication and TransportationRailways- Telegram sent Concerning the payment of tollsHughes4-
893.77/2196Communication and TransportationRailwaysChina's Lines of CommunicationConcerning China's Lines of CommunicationJ. C. Huston4-
893.77/2249Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch concerning the so-called Belgian Contract for the supply of railway material to the Peking-Suiyuan RailwayEdward Bell2893.77/2224
893.77/2250Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram concerning railway administration in ChinaSchurman1-
893.77/2251Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Projects in North ManchuriaDespatch concerning Railway Projects in North ManchuriaG. C. Hanson4-
893.77/2252Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Construction Work in the Hankow Consular DistrictReport concerning the Railway Construction Work in the Hankow Consular DistrictP. S. Heintzleman2-
893.77/2253Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailways in Canton Consular District Report concerning the Railways in Canton Consular DistrictDouglas Jenkins15-
893.77/2220Communication and TransportationRailwaysTenders for Machine Tools, Rails, and Sleepers for Mukden-Shanhaikwan Railway LineDespatch cocerning Tenders for Machine Tools, Rails, and Sleepers for Mukden-Shanhaikwan Railway LineC. E. Gause23-
893.77/2221Communication and TransportationRailwaysReported contract of Hollmaby & Company for construction of Chefoo-Weihaien RailwayDespatch and newspaper articles concerning Reported contract of Hollmaby & Company for construction of Chefoo-Weihaien RailwayAmerican Consular Service11-
893.77/2223Communication and TransportationRailways-Note concerning the tolls on Peking's Telegram No. 5.Division of Far Eastern Affairs2-
893.77/2224Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe New Ssupingkai-Taokanfu RailroadA note concerning The New Ssupingkai-Taokanfu Railroad along with a newspaper clipping.G. C. Hanson5893.77/2187
893.77/2225Communication and TransportationRailwaysKiaochow-Tsinan Railway-Refusal of Japanese Cief Accountant to permit used of railway funds for support of Wen Shu-te's fleetDespatch concerning the Kiaochow-Tsinan Railway-Refusal of Japanese Cief Accountant to permit used of railway funds for support of Wen Shu-te's fleet, along with a news paper article.American Consular Service6-
893.77/2226Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter concerning electric railroad construction in China especially near PekingJesse Cottrell3-
893.77/2227Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch requesting a report on the Tienpaoshan-Tumen RailwayJacob Gould Schurman52893.77/2096
893.77/2228Communication and TransportationRailwaysLocomotives for Chinese Railway Made in HollandDespatch concerning Locomotives for Chinese Railway Made in HollandFrank W. Mahin1-
893.77/2229Communication and TransportationRailways-Note concerning the General American Car CompanyDivision of Far Easter Affairs7-
893.77/2230Communication and TransportationRailwaysMemorandum of Interview between Mr. Thomas and Mr. Gallagher of the U. S. Steel Products Company and Mr. Perkins of the divison of Far Eastern AffairsA Memorandum of Interview between Mr. Thomas and Mr. Gallagher of the U. S. Steel Products Company and Mr. Perkins of the divison of Far Eastern AffairsDivison of Far Eastern Affiars4-
893.77/2231Communication and TransportationRailways-An Article in the Japan Chronicle concerning the Shantung RailwayCyrus E. Woods4-
983.77/2232Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Proposed Harbin-Tshaiho RailwayA letter and newspaper clipping concerning The Proposed Harbin-Taheiho RailwayG. C. Hanson3-
893.77/2233Communication and TransportationRailwaysStatistics Relative to the Ssupingkai-Chenchiatun and Chenchiatun-Tunliao RailwaysDespatch concerning Statistics Relative to the Ssupingkai-Chenchiatun and Chenchiatun-Tunliao RailwaysAmerican Consulate3-
893.77/2234Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Tragedy of the RailwayNewspaper article entitled "The Tragedy of the Railway"J .C. Huston3-
893.77/2235Communication and TransportationRailwaysNew Railways Proposed for North ChinaArticle entitled " New Railways Proposed for North China "H. L. Milbourne9-
893.77/2236Communication and TransportationRailwaysInvestigation of the Affairs of the Kiaochow-Tsinan RailwayDespatch concerning the Investigation of the Affairs of the Kiaochow-Tsinan RailwayWalter A. Adams5-
893.77/2237Communication and TransportationRailwaysKiaochow-Tsinan Railway in 1923Publication concerning the Kiaochow-Tsinan Railway in 1923H. L. Milbourne3-
893.77/2238Communication and TransportationRailways-Concerning Newspaper stories about General Wu Pei-fu and the Shantung RailwayCyrus E. Woods4-
893.77/2239Communication and TransportationRailwaysHaiphong-Yunnanfu RailwayJournal article concerning the Haiphong-Yunnanfu RailwayM. S. Myers3-
893.77/2240Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch concerning the indebtedness of the Peking-Suiyuan Railway to various American firmsJacob Gould Schurman28893.77/2206
893.77/2241Communication and TransportationRailwaysJapanese Railway Official Discusses Conditions in North ManchuriaCopy of an article regarding a Japanese Railway Official Discussesing the Conditions in North ManchuriaG. C. Hanson;2-
893.77/2242Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch regarding the indebtedness of the Peking-Suiyuan Railway to various American FirmsJacob Gould Schurman7893.77/2240
893.77/2243Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence relating to three alleged contracts between the Chinese Government and the British firm of Hollamby and CompanyJacob Gould Schurman2893.77/2201
893.77/2244Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe South Manchuria Railway Company Criticized in the Soviet Russian PressArticle concerning The South Manchuria Railway Company being Criticized in the Soviet Russian PressG. C. Hanson3-
893.77/2245Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Harbin-Tahniho Railway ProjectDespatch concerning The Harbin-Tahniho Railway ProjectG. C. Hanson2893.77/2232
893.77/2246Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence concerning the indebtedness of the Peking-Suiyuan Railway to various American firmsJacob Gould Schurman22893.77/2240
893.77/2247Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Harbin-Tahniho RailwayDespatch concerning The Harbin-Tahniho RailwayG. C. Hanson2-
893.77/2248Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch regarding the Chinese and the Shantung RailwayCyrus E. Wood4893.77/2238
893.77/2287Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteNote concerning a blue-print plant for the Manchuria RailwaysTenney1-
893.77/2288Communication and TransportationRailways-Memorandum concerning railway construction in ChinaEdward Bell5-
893.77/2289Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence concerning the Peking-Suiyuan Railway indebtedness to the General American Car CompanyEdward Bell6-
893.77/2290Communication and TransportationRailwaysFinancial Position of the South Manchuria Railway CompanyArticle concerning the Financial Position of the South Manchuria Railway CompanyR. P. Tenney3-
893.77/2291Communication and TransportationRailwaysSubsidies Granted by the South Manchuria Railway CompanyArticle concerning the Subsidies Granted by the South Manchuria Railway CompanyR. P. Tenney2-
893.77/2292Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between Caffery and MacMurrayCaffery1-
893.77/2293Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteRegarding a proposed loan to China for control of railways.Kellogg2893.51/4696
893.77/2294Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence concerning railway zones in ManchuriaEdward Bell1893.77/2288
893.77/2295Communication and TransportationRailwaysFreight Competition regarding the Kokusai Unsoo and South Manchuria RailwayArticle concerning Freight Competition regarding the Kokusai Unsoo and South Manchuria RailwayAmerican Consulate3-
893.77/2296Communication and TransportationRailwaysMap of Railways in North ManchuriaCopies of the Map of Railways in North ManchuriaG. C. Hanson3893.77/2251
893.77/2297Communication and TransportationRailwaysSettlement of Andersen, Meyer & Company's Claim against the Kopi Railway CompanyDespatch concerning the Settlement of Andersen, Meyer & Company's Claim against the Kopi Railway CompanyAmerican Consulate2-
893.77/2298Communication and TransportationRailwaysHaiphong-Yunnanfu LineCorrespondence concerning the Haiphong-Yunnanfu LineM .S. Myers17-
893.77/2299Communication and TransportationRailwaysMemorandum of Concersation between Mr. Harold Fowler of White Weld and Company and the under Secretary of State.Memorandum of Concersation between Mr. Harold Fowler of White Weld and Company and the under Secretary of State.Office of the Under Secretary2-
893.77/2300Communication and TransportationRailwaysJapanese Railway Activities in Manchuria and MongoliaArticle concerning the Japanese Railway Activities in Manchuria and MongoliaG. C. Hanson2-
893.77/2301Communication and TransportationRailwaysOrigin and Development of the South Manchuria Railway CompanyCopy of the Origin and Development of the South Manchuria Railway CompanyAmerican Consulate42-
893.77/2302Communication and TransportationRailwaysAmerican Foreign Service ReportAmerican Foreign Service ReportEdwin S. Cunningham3-
893.77/2303Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence concerning the building of railroad from Kinchow to PitsuwoJefferson Caffery2-
893.77/2304Communication and TransportationRailwaysTraffic on the Peking-Mukden RailwayDespatch concerning Traffic on the Peking-Mukden RailwaySamuel Sokobin2-
893.77/2305Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Hulan-Nunchiang Railway ConcessionDespatch concerning The Hulan-Nunchiang Railway ConcessionG. C. Hanson2-
893.77/2306Communication and TransportationRailwaysCompetiton between railways in North ManchuriaArticle concerning the Competiton between railways in North ManchuriaG. C. Hanson4-
893.77/2307Communication and TransportationRailwaysNew Branch of the South Manchuria Railway ProposedCorrespondence concerning the New Branch of the South Manchuria Railway ProposedAmerican Consulate41-
893.77/2308Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe South Manchuria and Ussuri RailwaysDespatch concerning The South Manchuria and Ussuri RailwaysG. C. Hanson2-
893.77/2309Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe South Manchuria and Ussuri RailwaysDepatches concerning The South Manchuria and Ussuri RailwaysG. C. Hanson3-
893.77/2310Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter from Muchnic to MacMurrayMuchnic6-
893.77/2311Communication and TransportationRailways-Telegram concerning the proposed Chin Chow-Aigun RailwaySchurman2-
893.77/2312Communication and TransportationRailwaysNoteNote regarding the traffic on the South Manchuria RailwaysSokobin3-
893.77/2313Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch concerning Freight traffic on the Peiking-Suiyuan RailwayJacob Gould Schurman10-
893.77/2314Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch concerning the Frieght Traffic on the Peking Suiyuan RailwayJacob Gould Schurman4-
893.77/2315Communication and TransportationRailwaysAmerican Foreign Service ReportAmerican Foreign Service ReportConsulate General6-
893.77/2316Communication and TransportationRailwaysMilitarist and the RailwaysDespatch and editorials concerning the Militarist and the RailwaysC. E. Gauss11-
893.77/2317Communication and TransportationRailways-Note concerning the South Manchuria RailwaysMacMurray2-
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893.77/2518Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo about the proposed and imminent construction of a Kirin-Hailung RailSamuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge6-
893.77/2519Communication and TransportationRailwaysInquiry of Ssupingkai-Taonan Railway for Equipment CatalogsDespatch containing correspondence between Ssupingkai-Taonan Railway and American Consulate about the need for more equipment. List of potential companies included.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge26-
893.77/2520Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet of photos of Huhai-Hailun Line [none included]G.C. Hanson, American Consul1-
893.77/2521Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch of map of consular district and proposed railways and motorways in district [no map included].D.C. Berger, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2522Communication and TransportationRailways-A report from a postmaster at Fulark in Heilungkiang Province about interest over the Taonan-Solun Rail ExtensionSamuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge2-
893.77/2523Communication and TransportationRailwaysProposed Chinese Railways in ManchuriaPer KUNG PAO (March 5, 1927), Mukden-Tsitishar Rail will be extended to Soun.G.C. Hanson2-
893.77/2524Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet regarding financial interest of General Chang regarding railways in ManchuriaJ.V.A. MacMurry1-
893.77/2525Communication and TransportationRailwaysConstruction Work: New Bridge on Kiaochow-Tsinan RailwayInformation about the new bridge on the Kiaochow-Tsinan Rail over the Chang Yang RiverW. Roderick Dorsey, American Consul3-
893.77/2526Communication and TransportationRailwaysKirin-Hailung RailwayDespatch containing information regarding the Kirin-Hailungcheng Railway project.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge5-
893.77/2396Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo relating the success and effective political skills of a representative of the State Dept to U.S. Steel in helping them acquire a contract to provide material for rails in ChinaJ.V.A. MacMurry5-
893.77/2397Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo with copy of soldier's account of Tsinanfu-Tientsin Line and its conditionFerdinand Mayer5-
893.77/2398Communication and TransportationRailways-Dispatch describing the "Manchurian activities" of Mr. Henry Kinney and an sample of his writing from the MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (25 Dec 1925).W.F. Nason; American Vice Consul in Charge9-
893.77/2399Communication and TransportationRailways-A dispatch containing information about the Kirin-Tunhua Rail in South ManchuriaW.F. Nason, American Vice Consul in Charge8-
893.77/2400Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo containing information about the condition of the Peking-Mukden RailwaySamuel Sokobin; American Consul in Charge4-
893.77/2401Communication and TransportationRailwaysMilitary Interference with the Peking-Suiyuan RailwayDispatch informing reader about the military receiving revenue from the train stations along the Peking-Suiyuan RailE.F. Stanton, American Vice Consul in Charge4-
893.77/2402Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Taonan-Tsitsihar RailwayDispatch with a copy of the MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (7 Jan 1926) stating railway will be complete in March.G.C. Hanson2-
893.77/2403Communication and TransportationRailwaysPeking-Mukden RailwayMemo informing reader about the Peking-Mukden Railway eventually being divided into 2 sections for management.Samuel Sokobin; American Consul in Charge2-
893.77/2404Communication and TransportationRailwaysMilitary Interference on the Peking-Suiyuan Rail and Imposition of Discriminatory Tax on Shipment of Foreign GoodsMemo with information regarding the continuation of taxes by the military to companies and passengers along the Peking-Suiyuan RailE.F. Stanton, American Vice Consul in Charge4-
893.77/2405Communication and TransportationRailwaysRelations between South Manchuria and Ussuri RailwaysDispatch containing a translated copy of an article from NOVOSTI ZHIZNI (13 Jan 1926) and a comment from a non-Russian exporter about the excerpt.G.C. Hanson, American Consul6-
893.77/2349Communication and TransportationRailwaysShortage of Rolling Stock on Southern Section of Peking-Hankow RailwayMemo regarding the lack of material available for the Peking-Hankow RailwayP.S. Heintsleman9-
893.77/2368Communication and TransportationRailwaysLight Railway Construction in YunnanMemo stating that no petition to help build the spur was ever submitted, and the Chinese company assisting the French are doing so to their benefit.M.S. Myers, Consul2-
893.77/2494Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Construction in Amoy Consular DistrictInformation containing the dates completed regarding motor roads in Amoy DistrictJohn R. Putnam, American Consul2-
893.77/2495Communication and TransportationRailways-Information about the roads and railways in the Kwangtung Province and the relative lengthsDouglas Jenkins, Consul General5-
893.77/2496Communication and TransportationRailways-Information concerning Highway constuction in Swatow Consular District, with map/blueprints and charts with approx milage.J.B. Chamberlain, American Vice Consul in Charge16-
893.77/2497Communication and TransportationRailways24 Japanese and Chinese Killed in Wreck on South Manchuria RailroadShort memo about a deadly wreck on the South Manchuria Rail between Mukiden and TaonanSamuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge1-
893.77/2497Communication and TransportationRailways-Summery of 26 Nov issue of FAR EASTERN REVIEW in which the magazine discusses the railways in ManchuriaG.C. Hanson, American Consul10-
893.77/2499Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Construction in ChinaLists of railways in China, both forcasted and completed, with essential information about items.J.E.Jacobs, American Consul4-
893.77/2500Communication and TransportationRailwaysTaonan-Tsitishar Rail CompletedMemo informing reader about the official completion and handover of the Taonan-Tsitsihar Rail by Japanese builders to Chinese ownersSamuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge2-
893.77/2501Communication and TransportationRailwaysNovember Receipts of South Manchuria Railway Shows Great IncreaseInformation from MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (11 Dec 1926) about the increase in traffic of the S.M.R. From last year.Samuel Sokobin, American Counsul in Charge2-
893.77/2502Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailways in ManchuriaCorrespondence between Sokobin and A.H. Evans, Assistant Commercial Attache, regarding rail transport in ManchuriaSamuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge9-
893.77/2503Communication and TransportationRailwaysReport on Huhai-Hailungcheng RailwayReport on Huhua-Hailungcheng Railway through personal inspection by HansonC.G. Hanson, American Consul7-
893.77/2504Communication and TransportationRailways-Translation of a note by French minister, British Charge d'Affaires, and originator protesting Chinese attempt to sell property not ownded by them.J.V.A. MacMurry5-
893.77/2505Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Construction in ChinaReport on rail constructions in China, Shanghai Consular DistrictC.E. Gause, Consul General in Charge7-
893.77/2506Communication and TransportationRailways-Information discussing the Huhai Rail, with mapG.C. Hanson, American Consul6-
893.77/2507Communication and TransportationRailways-Request for a catalogue of goods from Seuping Kai to purchase suppliesS. Sokobin, American Consul in Charge1-
893.77/2508Communication and TransportationRailwaysSouth Manchuria Railway Company Enterprise Estimates for New Fiscal Year 1927Index of fiscal estimates for S.M.R. for 1927 (fiscal)Leo D. Sturgeon, American Consul6-
893.77/2509Communication and TransportationRailways-Enclosed interview of the South Manchuria Railway Company by the MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (24 Jan 1927)Leo D. Sturgeon, American Consul5-
893.77/2510Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo with information about the failure of payment on the Hukuang Loan by the Chinese government (duplicate in French and English)Ferdinand Mayer; Counselor of Legation8-
893.77/2326Communication and TransportationRailways-Receipt of memo acknowledging previous dispatch containing info about Japanese loans to build railway from Tao-Nan to Tsitsihar.State Dept. Far East Division Shanghai4-
893.77/2327Communication and TransportationRailways-Receipt of letter acknowledging memo regarding previous information about Japanese intentions to build Taonanfu-Tsitsihar RailwayJ.P. Morgan and Company1-
893.77/2328Communication and TransportationRailways-Receipt of letter and related materials stating work on Taonan-Tsitsihar Railway will begin (18 March) and has begun (02 April).Ferdinand Mayar5-
893.77/2329Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter to State Dept revealing that construction has begun on Taonan-Tsitsihar Railway, and that Chinese officials are protesting the use of Japanese labor to construct the railway (although the railway is funded by Japanese interests, a fact which has been tried to be hidden.) Memo states Japanese workers should only be used if employed by Chinese companies to risk further discomfort. Russian officials also protesting construction of rail lines.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge5-
893.77/2330Communication and TransportationRailways-Reply to telegram stating confirmation of concession to build railway has been obtained from Chinese officials by Japanese interests to build Taonan-Tsitsihar Railway; now only obstruction comes from Russian officials. All information revealed about agreements/disagreements is needed to be kept confidential.Fred L. Thomas, American Consul in Charge (Far Eastern Division)3-
893.77/2331Communication and TransportationRailways-Enclosure of Russian newspaper article which discloses the names of the Japanese officials involved with the construction of the Taonan-Tsitsihar Railway; how information was obtained is unknown but nonetheless disclosure is unwanted.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge, Far Eastern Division, State Dept.4-
893.77/2332Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo regarding information from conversation between US consul and Chinese Civil Governor over overall cost of Taonan-Tsitsihar Railway Project as well as potential engineering difficulties. Top cost revealed to be "no more than" $8M gold yen ($3.5M gold yen borrowed) and no foreseeable engineering difficulties.Fred L. Thomas, US consul in Charge, Far East Division State Dept.3-
893.77/2333Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo stating the Chinese press have learned of the Taonan-Tsitsihar Railway Project and its goals as well as the unhappiness of the Russian government about the intended railway.F.P. Lockhart, Chief Far Eastern Affairs State Dept5-
893.77/2334Communication and TransportationRailways"General question of placing armed guards on trains"Reply informing state department that a lower request to place armed guards on trains in response to a previous robbery was denied because higher officials believed it violated the "letter and spirit" of the Protocol of 1901.Ferdinand Mayer4-
893.77/2443Communication and TransportationRailwaysTraffic Opened on First Section of Mukden-Hailung RailAnnouncement of Mukden-Hailung train initiation and scheduled timesSamuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge4-
893.77/2444Communication and TransportationRailways-Long despatch containing report titled "Railroads and Railroad Projects in Manchuria and Mongolia"Charles MacVeagh33-
893.77/2445Communication and TransportationRailways-Short despatch containing information about Japanese General Shirakwa inspecting the South Manchuria RailCharles MacVeagh2-
893.77/2446Communication and TransportationRailwaysTransmissions of Publications of the South Manchuria Railway CompanyLong document containing several publications relating to the schedules, tariffs, and definitions about the South Manchuria RailLeo D. Sturgeon, American Consul105-
893.77/2447Communication and TransportationRailways-Information about Chinese rail systems other than the Chinese Eastern RailHanson3-
893.77/2448Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Construction in ManchuriaInformation concerning the unusual increase in railway projects in Manchuria.G.C. Hanson, American Consul4-
893.77/2449Communication and TransportationRailways-A despatch with information about the rail construction in North Manchuria and its effect on politics.G.C. Hanson, American Consul6-
893.77/2450Communication and TransportationRailways-Translation of Japanese newspaper MANSHU NICHI NICHI (25 July 1926) in which it compares the cost of travel on an existing rail with the cost on the new Taonan-Tsitsihar Rail.Samuel Sokobin, American Consl in Charge5-
893.77/2451Communication and TransportationRailwaysResume of Projected Railway in ManchuriaCopy of translated article from MONTLY BULLETIN OF THE LOCAL JAPANESE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (June 1926) discussing the various rail lines in South ManchuriaSamuel Sokobin, American Consul11-
893.77/2452Communication and TransportationRailwaysPolitical Situation and Proposed Railway Construction in North ManchuriaInformation about the proposed railway construction in north Manchuria and its effect on politicsG.C. Hanson, American Consul6-
893.77/2453Communication and TransportationRailways-Short biography of Baron Kinnochi OkraLeo D. Sturgeon, American Consul4-
893.77/2454Communication and TransportationRailways-Translation from Japanese magazine HOTEN MAINICHI (17 Aug 1926) discussing the attitude and remarks of the South Manchuria Railway Company about the proposed rail from Taonan to Sin Li Tun.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul3-
893.77/2455Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo with information regarding Chinese postal map and traversable roads [no map included]Leroy Webber, American Consul2-
893.77/2456Communication and TransportationRailways-Note about the difficulty of transporting coal on the Peking-Mukden RailJ.V.A. MacMurry1-
893.77/2457Communication and TransportationRailways-Short memo regarding material for the Verkhne-Udinsk Rail.Charles MacVeagh1-
893.77/2458Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch with two translations from HOTEN MAINICHI (18 Aug 1926) and HOTEN SHINBUN (7 Sep 1926) regarding the Taonan-Tsitsihar Rail.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge6-
893.77/2459Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Construction in ChinaMemo concerning the railways and roadways in Shantung Province.W. Roderick Dorsey, American Consul4-
893.77/2460Communication and TransportationRailways-Note informing transportation failure south of Lungkua, hampering troop and material movements.Mayer3-
893.77/2461Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo with attached list of completed and projected railways in the Kalgan District.E.F. Stanton, American Vice Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2562Communication and TransportationRailways-A postal map of Shantung Province [not included] and projected/current railways in Shantung Province.William R. Langdon3-
893.77/2463Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway and Moter Road Construction in ChinaMemo with postal map of Foochow district [map not enclosed]Ernest B. Price, American Consul1-
893.77/2464Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Map of ManchuriaDespatch containing railway map of Manchuria [map no enclosed] and tables/graphs indicating when rail was completed or shall be completed, terms of contract, and other information.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge14-
893.77/2465Communication and TransportationRailways-Another memo transmitting a map of railways and roads in Manchuria [no map enclosed]Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge2-
893.77/2466Communication and TransportationRailwaysBiography of Henry Walworth KinneyShort biography of Henry W. Kinney, Publicity Advisor, South Manchuria Railway CompanyLeo D. Sturgeon, American Consul5-
893.77/2467Communication and TransportationRailways-Short note regarding the map of the Amoy-Changchow Rail [map not enclosed]John R. Putnam, American Consul1-
893.77/2517Communication and TransportationRailways-Information from article from Chinese magazine SHENG CHING SHIH PAO (2 Mar 1927) about a possible extention of the Ssupingkai-Taonon Line.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge2-
893.77/2350Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Taonan-Tsitsihar RailwayMemo written that the Japanese press are believed to have discovered the Japanese connection to the Taonan-Tsitsihar railway regarding funding and building.Fred L. Thomas, American Consul in Charge4-
893.77/2351Communication and TransportationRailways-A dispatch containing a clipping from the JAPAN CHRONICLE (20 May 1925) titled "The Struggle for Manchuria."Edgar A. Bancroft6-
893.77/2351Communication and TransportationRailways-Dispatch with several clippings about the proposed and in-progress Taonan-Tsitsihar Railway Project from different magazines and newspapers, some of them translations [no enclosures follow]Nelson Trusler Johnson, Chief Far Eastern Affairs1-
893.77/2352Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter from J.P. Morgan Company stating that the bank supposedly lending the money to Marshal Chang is unaware of the loan.J.P. Morgan and Company American Group2-
893.77/2353Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo stating that the progressing Taonan-Tsitsihar Railway Project will be subsidized in part by debentures from the South Manchurian Railway, as reported by the CHUGAI SHOGYO (Japanese)Edgar A. Bancroft2-
893.77/2354Communication and TransportationRailways-Report unable to verify Japanese newspaper's claim that construction on the Taonan-Tsitsihar Railway project was begun on 25 May 1925.Edgar A Bancroft1-
893.77/2355Communication and TransportationRailways-A forwarded memo containing a translated copy of ZARYA which commented on the Taonan-Tsitsihar Railway project.G.C. Hanson4-
893.77/2356Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo commenting on the eroding efficiency of the railways in north China because of continued military interferences of administrative and operational tasks. SMP wants proper authorities to know because interference negatively affects commerce and production levels within city.F. F. Fairman, President Shanghai Chamber of Commerce5-
893.77/2357Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo acknowledging the issue of Chinese military interference affecting equipment and supplies on the Tientsin-Pukow railway line.Ferdinand Mayer3-
893.77/2358Communication and TransportationRailwaysBritish Financial Representatives Visit CantonMemo relating the assumption that the British financial representatives who stopped in Canton were discussing the protection of stockholder assets during the building of the railway lines.Douglas Jenkins, Consul General2-
893.77/2359Communication and TransportationRailwaysTaonon-Tsitsihar Railway Line ProjectMemo to State Dept in Washington, D.C. regarding progress of proposed railway line from Taonan to TsitsiharFred L. Thomas, American Consul in Charge4-
893.77/2406Communication and TransportationRailways-A series of documents discussing the state of equipment and material as the Taonan-Tsitsihar railway nears completion, noting that most of it now appears in the hands of the local military.William R. Langon, American Consul18-
893.77/2407Communication and TransportationRailways-Dispatch with magazine clipping from MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (2 Feb 1926) about the idea of an autonomous South Manchurian rail lineSamuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge4-
893.77/2408Communication and TransportationRailways-Short memo with information about the remaining portion of the Taonan-Tsitsihar RailCharles MacVeagh;2-
893.77/2409Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo stating that the military effectively hampers the repair and maintanence of the Peking-Mukden Line, but that without the influence of the military the track could be operational in a month.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2410Communication and TransportationRailways-Dispatches concerning the Harbin-Hailunhsien RailG.C. Hanson, American Consul7-
893.77/2369Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo confirming the local Chinese press are reporting accurately on the progress of the Taonan-Tsitsikar railway construction and that said rail should be open for use in November, 1925.Paul M. Dutko, American Vice Consul in Charge4-
893.77/2370Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo accompanying a newspaper clipping from MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS containing information about finances and the Chinchou-Pitzuo railLeo D. Sturgeon, American Consul5-
893.77/2371Communication and TransportationRailways-Translation of article from NICHI NICHI SHIMBUN (3 September 1925)Edwin L. Neville, Charge d'Affaires, a.i.3-
893.77/2372Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo reporting the confirmation of the different measurements regarding the Changchung-Dairen and Mukden-Antung linesEdwin L. Neville, Charge d' Affaires a. i.2-
893.77/2373Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo with newspaper clipping attached trying to understand if the Chinese decision to allow another country to build a railroad was duplicitous and self-servingJ. V. A. MacMurry5-
893.77/2374Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo retelling conversation with bank manager about conflicting information regarding a railway spanning Harbin to Hailunhsien.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul3-
893.77/2375Communication and TransportationRailwaysConstruction of Railway from Harbin to Hailunhsien, Heliungkian ProvinceMessage to State Dept containing information regrading a new governmental office built at/near Harbin to facilitate the construction of the new railwaySamuel Sokobin, American Consul2-
893.77/2376Communication and TransportationRailwaysCompletion of the Eastern Extension of the Lunghai Railway in the Nanking Consular DistrictLong message containing information about the Lunghai Railway Line and includes blueprints and mapsJohn K. Davis, American Consul, Nanking35-
893.77/2377Communication and TransportationRailwaysReports on Appointments of Prominent Russians by Chinese Authorities to High Railway PostsTwo newspaper clippings from HARBIN DAILY NEWS reporting the appointments of Westerners to advisory positions of Chinese businesses affiliated with railways in Mancuria.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul2-
893.77/2378Communication and TransportationRailwaysTraffic Agreement Between the South Manchuria and Ussuri RailwaysMemo with newspaper clipping from HARBIN DAILY NEWS which reveals the tariff agreements between the Ussuri and South Manchuria Railways.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul3-
893.77/2379Communication and TransportationRailwaysConstruction of Branch Lines at the Peking-Mukden RailwayInformational message relaying status of nearly-completed Peking-Mukden rail.W.F. Nason, Vice Consul in Charge2-
893.77/2380Communication and TransportationRailways-Series of dispatches attempting to confirm the possibility of a new railway being constructed between the Harbin and Amur rivers as reported by JIJI SHIMPO (Japanese magazine)Edwin L. Neville35-
893.77/2381Communication and TransportationRailwaysTransmission of Extract from Manchuria Daily News Regarding Chinchou-Pitzuo Railway ProjectMessage with translation from MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (19 Sep 1925) describing the progress and future plans of the Pitzuo-Chinchou Rail.Leo D. Sturgeon5-
893.77/2382Communication and TransportationRailways-Memorandum with a translated article from JIJI SHIMPO (13 Oct 1925)Edwin L Neville, Charge d' Affaires a.i.5-
893.77/2383Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo with newspaper clipping from PEKING AND TIENTSIN TIMES (18 Sep 1925) regarding the possible expansion of Chinese rail lines, in particular the line from Chita to Urga.J.V.A. MacMurry4-
893.77/2384Communication and TransportationRailways-Dispatch containing information about traveling on the Canton-Kowloon Rail and the recent bandit activity which occurred on it.J.V.A. MacMurry7-
893.77/2385Communication and TransportationRailwaysTraffic Agreement Between the South Manchuria and Ussuri RailwaysDispatch with newspaper article from HARBIN DAILY NEWS about the tariff rates between the Ussuri and South Manchuria Rails.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul5-
893.77/2386Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter transmitting an excerpt from JAPANESE CHRONICLE (KOBE) which states that little new information is available regarding the progress of the Taonan-Tsitsihar Railway, but the project is on schedule and should be open by the Spring.N. G. Evans, Assistant Cashier3-
893.77/2387Communication and TransportationRailways-Reply from railroad engineer answering questions about the importance of particular rails and the amount of use and fees each might bring.C.J. Carroll; Engineer-in-Chief, Szechuan-Hankow Rail7-
893.77/2388Communication and TransportationRailways-Dispatches inquiring about the availibility of domestic construction businesses might participate in the building of the Harbin-Hailunhsien RailwayS.H. Cross2-
893.77/2389Communication and TransportationRailways-Comments from a private meeting between Japanese Vice Minister and Neville about the governor of Shangtung trying to take the Shangtung Rail profits from the JapaneseNeville1-
893.77/2335Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Projects in ManchuriaA dispatch with translated article from Chinese newspaper SUNGARI DAILY NEWS (18 April 1925) in which "the source of funds for the construction of several railways in Manchuria . . . are cynically discussed."S. Sokobin, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2336Communication and TransportationRailways-Report on the status and intended procurement and distribution of equipment and material relating to the building of the Muken-Hailung via Hsingching Railway, with the bulk of steel needed being bought from American companies [J.P. Morgan??]Fred L. Thomas, American Consul in Charge Far Eastern Division3-
893.77/2337Communication and TransportationRailwaysTaonan-Tsitsihar RailwayTranslation of Japanese newspaper article from HOTEN MAINICHI (2 May 1925) in which the first announcement of Taonan-Tsitsihar railway is observed.Fred L. Thomas, American Consul in Chief Far Eastern Division State Dept3-
893.77/2338Communication and TransportationRailwaysPeking-Mukden RailwayMemo stating the political disagreement over which local government controlled the Peking-Mukden railway has been settled, with Mukden officials heading administration but located in Peking.Fred L. Thomas, American Consul in Charge, Far Eastern Division State Dept.2-
893.77/2339Communication and TransportationRailways-Article clipped from JAPAN CHRONICLE (2 May 1925) about Taonan- Tsitsihar RailwayF. P. Lockhart, Chief, Division of Far Eastern Affairs3-
893.77/2340Communication and TransportationRailways-Information about a conversation between Bancroft and Shidehara over loans and Soviet attitudes regarding railway projectF.P. Lockhart, Chief of Far Eastern Affairs2-
893.77/2341Communication and TransportationRailwaysMukden-Hailung RailwayConfidential memo revealing the cost of some of the building materials for the Mukden-Hailung Railway from the U.S. Steel Products Company, totaling over $2M in Mexican money.Fred L. Thomas; American Consul in Charge4-
893.77/2342Communication and TransportationRailwaysMukden-Hailung RailwayReport itemizing the item, amount, and cost needed to continue the Mukden-Hailung Railway.Fred L. Thomas, American Consul in Charge9-
893.77/2343Communication and TransportationRailwaysHaiphong-Yunnanfu RailwayMemo of profits and losses between 1924 and 1923 regarding railway project.M.S. Myers2-
893.77/2344Communication and TransportationRailwaysPeking-Mukden RailwayMemo revealing the Peking-Mukden joint agreement is mostly smooth, although Peking government is generally refusing to share profits from its joint ownershipFred L. Thomas, American Consul in Charge2-
893.77/2345Communication and TransportationRailwaysPeking-Mukden RailwayMemo commenting on the unsubstantiated rumors about making a section of the Peking-Mukden rail a double-tracked line.Fred L. Thomas, American Consul in Charge2-
893.77/2346Communication and TransportationRailwaysRecent Meeting of District Council of the South Manchuria Railway ZoneMemo about the second conference of the District Council of the Railway Zone of the South Manchuria Railway from 22-23 May; its participantsFred L. Thomas, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2347Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo stating that control of the Peking-Mukden Railway under Marshal Chang will be returned in 2 or 3 months to the Peking Government.Ferdinand Mayer4-
893.77/2348Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo revealing a visit to Tokyo by Marshal Chan regarding how best to respond to Russian discontent over the Taonan-Tsitsihar Railway Project. Press seem interested in the meeting but cannot gain any information from the Marshal or the Japanese government.Edgar A. Bancroft,5-
893.77/2360Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Tien-Tu RailwayBrief description and function of the Tien-Tu Railway in mid-1925Fred L. Thomas4-
893.77/2361Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo from Japanese Embassy in Washington recalling the facts about the proposed railway in South Manchuria.Japanese Embassy, Washington3-
893.77/2362Communication and TransportationRailways-Packet of documents with information such as rough construction estimates, preliminary evaluations of grade of land, sketch of proposed route; specification of construction, copy of building contract, and loan repayment plans.State Dept17-
893.77/2363Communication and TransportationRailways-Copy of VECHERNAYA ZARYA (Russian Newspaper, 23 June 1925)Samuel Sokobin, American Consul2-
893.77/2364Communication and TransportationRailwaysMukden-Hailung RailwayMemo about the speed at which the project is being completed, with regards to orders, collection of materials, shipping and receiving, adherence to necessary regulations, and building of rail line.Fred L Thomas, American Consul in Charge, Mukden5-
893.77/2365Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo from East Asian division to State Dept declaring a meeting between Japanese officials and State officials resulted in Japanese stating they were certain to continue with building rail regardless of Russian displeasure over it.Ferdinand Mayer5-
893.77/2366Communication and TransportationRailwaysEarnings of Chinese Government Railways during 1924Breakdown of Chinese railway earnings for 1924 to be used as similar information for 1925.Edwin S. Cunningham, American Consul-General4-
893.77/2367Communication and TransportationRailwaysLight Railway Construction in YunnanInformation about French interests to build a railway spur from K'opaots'un to Erhlunghsichu using a station along the Haiphong-Yunnanfu Railway.M.S. Myers3-
893.77/2391Communication and TransportationRailways-Memos discussing the prospect of the currency likin being abolished and what this action will have on the Hukuang Railway loansC.R. Bennett6-
893.77/2392Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo with copy of magazine article from MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (7 Oct 1925) discussing freight problems regarding the South Manchuria Rail in northern Manchuria.Leo D. Sturgeon17-
893.77/2393Communication and TransportationRailways-Document looking for more interest in the nearly-finished Taonan-Tsitsihar RailN.G. Evans3-
893.77/2394Communication and TransportationRailways-Dispatch informing superiors about the break in communication and travel to Tietsin and asking for information; help, or act to influence the resumption of traffic.J.V.A. MacMurry3-
893.77/2395Communication and TransportationRailwaysAlleged Newspaper Interview with Director of South Manchuria Railway CompanyDispatch containing possible interview with railroad director which was printed in JAPAN ADVERTISER (22 Nov 1925)G. C. Hanson. American Consul5-
893.77/2437Communication and TransportationRailways-Long series of despatches concerning the rail system in Manchuria and Eastern China and the effect the new Taonan-Tsitisihar Rail will have on Chinese, American, Russian, and Japanese relations. Map of relative area included.J.V.A. MacMurry; American Minister Peking24-
893.77/2438Communication and TransportationRailways-Lengthy despatch concerning previous message about meeting between Chinese and Japanese officials; with two clippings attached from JAPANESE ADVERTISER (31 May 1926) and JAPANESE TIMES (31 May 1926).Charles MacVeagh; American Ambassador Peking12-
893.77/2439Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch containing information from the local newspaper concerning the maintenance of the Shangtung RailCharles MacVeagh, American Consul3-
893.77/2440Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo containing information from the 1925 fiscal year for the South Manchuria Railway Company located in Dairen.Leo D. Sturgeon, American Consul5-
893.77/2441Communication and TransportationRailwaysTaonan-Tsitsihar RailwayDespatch carrying information about the Taonan-Tsitsihar RailwaySamuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2442Communication and TransportationRailways-Acknowlegement of request by American business to Chinese officials for payment of locomotives sold for use on the Peking-Suiyuan Rail.J.V.A. MacMurry, American Consul2-
893.77/2468Communication and TransportationRailwaysSale of Railway Equipment in Manchuria10-page despatch discussing map of Manchuria [not enclosed] and the sale and use of American train equipment in said region.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge10-
893.77/2469Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Construction in ChinaMemo informing department that no more maps of Hunan are currently available.J.C. Vincent, American Vice Consul in Charge1-
893.77/2470Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch with clipping from MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (8 Oct 1926) discussing a possible rail connection between Mukden-Hailungcheng and Russian trainsSamuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge4-
893.77/2471Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch commenting on auto-capable roads in eastern provinces.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2472Communication and TransportationRailways-Traffic between J.P. Morgan and Company and Chinese businessmen discussing terms of contract and a newspaper clipping discussing loan from American bank.Nelson T. Johnson, Chief Far Eastern Affairs, J.P. Morgan and Company9-
893.77/2473Communication and TransportationRailwaysReport on District Tapped by New Kirin-Tunhua RailwayReport by the British-American Tobacco Company concerning the Tunhua region and the details of the land/community.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge11-
893.77/2474Communication and TransportationRailways-Note stating a rail system is being planned from Kirin to Hailung, which will certainly irratate the Japanese government.Samuel Sokobin1-
893.77/2475Communication and TransportationRailwaysDelay in Completion Kirin-Tunhua RailwayNote explaing Kirin-Tunhua delay es because of a change in engineering plans as gathered from MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (19 Oct 1926).Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge1-
893.77/2476Communication and TransportationRailways-Note informing dept that Boris Ostroumoff is managing construction of Huhua Rail, and that a translation of his speech is enclosedG.C. Hanson, American Consul4-
893.77/2477Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailways and Motor Roads in ChinaDespatch transmitting the postal maps of Kwangtung Province [no maps enclosed] as well as the information regarding automobile-capable roads in province.Douglas Jenkins, Counsul General4-
893.77/2478Communication and TransportationRailways-Long dispatch containing pamphlet written by Henry Kinney called "Modern Manchuria."Leo D. Stergeon, American Consul15-
893.77/2479Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch with information regarding a proposed extension of the Mukden-Hailungcheng and Kirin-CHangchun Rails, with map of affected area.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge4-
893.77/2480Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Construction in ChinaContractual information regarding the Hulan-Suihun Rail and the Taonan-Anganghai RailG.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.77/2481Communication and TransportationRailways-Naval Intelligence report stating the French government is in negotiations to build a railway between Tsangchow and Shihchiachuang.-1-
893.77/2482Communication and TransportationRailwaysInvestment of Japanese Capital in the Kiao-Tsi RailwayA copy of a translation of a newspaper article from TSINAN JIH PAO (14 Nov 1926) reporting discussions between Japanese business officials and Chinese businesses in Shantung Province over investing in the Kiao-Tsi railroadA. Grant Swaney, Ameican Vice Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2483Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Construction in ChinaMemo with hand-drawn map of railways in China.J.C. Vincint, American Vice Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2484Communication and TransportationRailways-Report by Hanson regarding his trip on the Huhai Rail.G.C. Hanson, American Consul3-
893.77/2485Communication and TransportationRailwaysProposed Extension of Mukden-Hailung Railway to Kirin CityInformation regarding the proposed extension of Mukden-Hailung, with a small newspaper article from MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (12 Nov 1926)Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge6-
893.77/2486Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch contining information about the projected Kirin City-Hailungcheng Line as well as info from MANCHURIAN DAILY NEWS (12 Nov 1926) about Tokyo protesting the previously mentioned rail.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2511Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet of Agreement between Kailan Mining Admin and Peking-Mukden Rail and Washington Arms Conference, dated 15 March 1927British Embassy1-
893.77/2512Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo from State refusing to agree to loan by National City Bank to South Manchuria Railway CompanyHarrision1-
893.77/2513Communication and TransportationRailwaysProposed New Light RailwayInformation revealing the conversion of the Chefoo-Wiehsien Motor System into a light rail systemLeroy Webber, American Consul2-
893.77/2514Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Construction in ChinaInformation about the Tagungfu-Chengtu Rail, Yamchow-Chungking Rail, and the Szechuen-Hankow Rail, with mapWalter A. Adams, American Consul3-
893.77/2515Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch revealing the workers of the Peking-Hankow Rail appealed to the Chinese Ministry of Comm for an increase in wages and working conditions.F.P. Lockhart, American Consul General7-
893.77/2516Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Kiaochow-Tsinan Railway at the Close of 1926Indexs of closing fiscal status of the Kiaochow-Tsinan Rail at the end of 1926W. Roderick Dorsey, American Consul7-
893.77/2390Communication and TransportationRailways-Report divulging that several new lines are being planned which will interface with the South Manchuria Rail.Edwin L. Neville3-
893.77/2487Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo with translated article from CHUGAI SHOGYO (24 Nov 1926) concerning the expansion of 6 lines in Manchuria.Charles MacVeagh5-
893.77/2489Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch with information on railways and motorways, both completed and projected, and maps indicating the location of each, in China.F.P. Lockhard, American Consul8-
893.77/2490Communication and TransportationRailwaysFinancial Returns of Chinese Government Railways 1925Memo with chart out-lining Chinese returns in 1925 of railwaysC.E. Gauss, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2491Communication and TransportationRailways-List of major railways in China, date rail completed, and date contract for rail signedJohn K. Davis, American Consul2-
893.77/2492Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch with article from JAPAN ADVERTISER (19 Nov 1926) and map concerning the Kirin-Hailungcheng line is discussed.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge8-
893.77/2493Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo containing info from SHENG CHING SHIN PAO regarding the construction of the Kirin-Hailungcheng RailSamuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2411Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo with newspaper clipping from HARBIN DAILY NEWS (10 Feb 1926) referencing the Taonan-Tsitsihar Line.G.C. Hanson, American Consul3-
893.77/2412Communication and TransportationRailways-Short memo revealing contract between South Manchuria Railway and province officials has been completed and that rail should be open in June[unknown]2-
893.77/2413Communication and TransportationRailwaysTaonan-Anganghsi RailwayDispatch confirming the contract between the Chinese government and Japanese government regarding the railway, blamingthe delay of communication on a Chinese official-4-
893.77/2414Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo with translation of magazine article from GAIKO JIHO (1 Feb 1926) printing the contract between the Chinese and Japanese government regarding the Kirin-Huening RailCharles MacVeagh, American Ambassador to Japan5-
893.77/2415Communication and TransportationRailways-Series of dispatches informing department about the military taking advantage of funds and equipment along the partially built rail linesJ.V.A. MacMurry, American Minister Peking9-
893.77/2416Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo with newspaper clipping from HARBIN DAILY NEWS (18 Feb 1926) about the Taonan-Tsitsihar project.G.C. Hanson, American Consul4-
893.77/2417Communication and TransportationRailways-Acknowledgement of information regarding Taonan-Tsitsihar RailAmerican Group1-
893.77/2418Communication and TransportationRailwaysFreight Carried by South Manchuria Railway in 1924-1925Short note from S.M.R. regrarding tonnage and goods carried on their line between 1924-1925.S.M.R.2-
893.77/2419Communication and TransportationRailways-Dispatch with translation from MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (24 Feb 1926) containing interview with Baron Okra about the strains between the South Manchuria Rail and the Eastern Chinese RailG.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.77/2420Communication and TransportationRailways-A response confirming the railway between Harbin and the Amur River is being build.J.V.A. MacMurry2-
893.77/2421Communication and TransportationRailwaysSupplies for the Hulan-Hailun RailwayMemo and translated cope of the regulations concerning Tenders for the Supply of Locomotives, Passenger, and Freight CarsG.C. Hanson, Consul2-
893.77/2422Communication and TransportationRailways-Letter divulging the omission of 6 passenger cars in the order from Baldwin Locomotive works by the Huhau Railway CompanyG.C. Hanson, Consul2-
893.77/2423Communication and TransportationRailways-Copy of map of Taonan-Tsitsihar Line with stations and approximate distances in betweenG.C. Hanson, American Consul4-
893.77/2424Communication and TransportationRailwaysCopy of Despatch Regarding Kirin-Tunhua Railway Agreement sent to Legation, PekingReceipt of memo regarding missing enclosureC.H. Stephen1-
893.77/2425Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch containing copy of article from MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (16 March 1926) about progress of Taonan-Tsitsihar RailwayG.C. Hanson, American Consul3-
893.77/2426Communication and TransportationRailways-Series of documents referring to Chinese pamphlets about matters relating to the South Manchuria RailwayC.H. Stephan, American Vice Consul in Charge5-
893.77/2427Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch containing information about the joint Chinese-Japanese Sansing Rail ProjectC.G. Hanson, American Consul6-
893.77/2428Communication and TransportationRailways-Contract between the South Manchuria Railway Company and International Banking Coprt of New York to build the South Manchuria Rail.J.P. Morgan and Company13-
893.77/2429Communication and TransportationRailwaysResumption of Train Service Between Mukden and TientsinDespatch confirming the resumption of train service between Mukden and Tientsin as well as a newspaper clipping from CHICAGO DAILY NEWS (12 May 1926) about Manchuria.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2430Communication and TransportationRailways-Confidential memo stating article from CHICAGO DAILY NEWS was innaccurate.Charles MacVeagh2-
893.77/2431Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo commenting on previous note regarding meeting between South Manchuria Rail Company and Eastern Chinese Railway CompanyCharles MacVeagh2-
893.77/2432Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo and enclosed letter from Japanese officials to an American business regarding the construction of the Taonan-Tsitsihar Rail.J.V.A. MacMurry, American Minister Peking5-
893.77/2433Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo discussing the substandard condition of the Chinese rail systems because of the recent civil wars in the country.J.V.A. MacMurry, American Minister Peking3-
893.77/2434Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo attempting to clarify the person or office responsible for contracting equipment for the Pin-Hei Rail in Heilungkiang Province.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2435Communication and TransportationRailways-Short memo conferming that although Chinese government is building the Huhai rail the Japanese government is paying for it.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.77/2436Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch containing information from a conversation with Soviet Vice Commissar Mr. Selbriakov and Mr. DubuchiCharles MacVeagh4-
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893.77/2609Communication and TransportationRailwaysSouth Manchuria Railway Mukden-Hailung ControversyReport on recent developments between the Mukden-Hailung issue and the cancellation of through-traffic rights.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge6-
893.77/2610Communication and TransportationRailwaysProposed Harbin-Chaochow and Harbin-Hokang RailwaysReport on the negotiations between Russia and Chian regarding the Harbin-Chaochow and Harbin-Hokang RailsG.C. Hanson, American Consul3-
893.77/2611Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch containing information regarding the operating conditions of railways in Mukden.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge7-
893.77/2527Communication and TransportationRailwaysSsupingkai-Taonan Railway Invites Tenders for Rails and Accessories, Switches, and Signals.A report containing information about the request of the Ssupingkai-Taonan Rail for more material.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge10-
893.77/2528Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and letter regarding communications failure between Tientsin and Khangai.J.V.A. MacMurry2-
893.77/2529Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Kiaochow-Tsinan Railway and Interest Obligations to the Japanese GovernmentMemo about the continued failure of the Kiaochow-Tsinan to make payments to the Japanese government.W. Roderick Dorsey, American Consul3-
893.77/2530Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo in duplication regarding the construction of the Kirin-Kailung Rail, as reported by MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (5 July 1927).M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge9-
893.77/2531Communication and TransportationRailways-Short memo concerning the declassification of part of a memo regarding the Kirin-Hailung RailLouis Domerazky, Laison Officer1-
893.77/2532Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch with information and tables concerning the current and future railways and motorways in China, as taken from the Chinese Postal Service.J.V.A. MacMurry, American Consul13-
893.77/2533Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet of report about British military intervention along Shanghai-Hangchow Rail because Chinese took "aeroplane wings."Cunningham1-
893.77/2534Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence regarding the transportation conditions in China.J.K. Caldwell, Acting Chief, Division of Far Eastern Affairs4-
893.77/2535Communication and TransportationRailwaysReceipts of Haiphong-Yunnanfu RailwayInformation on first quarter earnings of Haiphong-Yunnanfu Railway, 1927J.E. Jacobs, American Consul3-
893.77/2536Communication and TransportationRailways-Earnings of the Haiphong-Yunnan Railway for 1922J.E. Jacobs, American Consul7-
893.77/2537Communication and TransportationRailways-Report about likely topics to be discussed at the upcoming Russian/Japanese conference.Charles MacVeagh2-
893.77/2684Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report regarding the trip of Wang Chen to Mukden to discuss Peking-Mukden Railway Company receiving their rolling stock back.[none given]3-
893.77/2685Communication and TransportationRailwaysAgreement Between the Ussuri and South Manchuria Raiways Re-division of Freight.Copy of agreement between Ussuri Railway Company and S.M.R.C. regarding the division of freight traffic between the two rails.G.C. Hanson, American Consul17-
893.77/2686Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report regarding the Sino-Japanese Freight Traffic Agreement, with supplementary information [report follows].E.F. Stanton, American Consul4-
893.77/2687Communication and TransportationRailwaysKirin-Hailung RailwayA short report containing information regarding the Kirin-Hailung Railway.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge7-
893.77/2688Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report regarding the importance of the dismissal of Chief Storekeeper F.A. Tappenden of Shangha-Nanking Railway [report follows].Cunningham3-
893.77/2689Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report of the details and activities of the Ussuri and South Manchuria Railway Companies and its new trade agreement [report follows].Hanson4-
893.77/2690Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report on suspension of train service between Shanghai and Hangchow [nothing follows].Cunningham1-
893.77/2691Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report covering status of the Kiaochow-Tsinan Rail with regards to the Nationalist Gov't [report follows].Dorsey3-
893.77/2692Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report on conversation with representative with Stone and Webster and Blodget, a construction company in NYC [nothing follows].Johnson1-
893.77/2693Communication and TransportationRailwaysProposed Nanking-Canton Railway LineDespatch on the initial proceedings of the Canton-Nanking Rail.Douglas Jenkins, American Consul General3-
893.77/2694Communication and TransportationRailwaysTungliso-Kailu RailwayReport with more information about the Tungliao-Kailu RailM.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge2-
893.77/2695Communication and TransportationRailwaysAgreement Between the Ussuri and South Manchuria Railways Regarding Division of FreightCopy acknowledging transmission of report on agreement between Ussuri and S.M.R.C.G.C. Hanson, American Consul1-
893.77/2696Communication and TransportationRailwaysProposal to Make South Manchuria Railway Company a Private ConcernDespatch reporting that S.M.R.C. has discussed becoming a private company.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge6-
893.77/2697Communication and TransportationRailwaysSino-Japanese Relations Concerning Manchuria Railway ConstructionReport on the continuing tensions and discussions between Japan and China regarding the railway construction in Manchuria.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge11-
893.77/2698Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report on railways other than those on Chinese Eastern Railway [report follows].Hanson3-
893.77/2699Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report to details of progress of Kirin-Hailung Rail [report follows].[none given]2-
893.77/2700Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report on the public demand for the resignation for A.C. Clear; engineer-in-chief of Shanghai-Nanking Rail [report follows].Cunningham3-
893.77/2701Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report on the transfer of control of the Kiaschow-Tsinan Rail [report follows].Dorsey3-
893.77/2702Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report covering the rumor about a Chinese board using British and Russian bonds to pay for railway construction and the subsequent possibility this could lead to preferential treatment.Peck [?]3-
893.77/2703Communication and TransportationRailwaysCh'i-K'o RailwayShort memo showing approx distance and route of Ch'i-K'o Railway.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge2-
893.77/2704Communication and TransportationRailways-Short memo of clamin of Rober Dollar Company against Peking-Suiyuan Rail for unpaid debts [nothing follows].[none given]1-
893.77/2705Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report on the Kiaochow-Tsinan change in management and track conditions [report follows].Dorsey2-
893.77/2706Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report on Sino-Japanese incident on 27 June 1929 in which a Chinese railroad was torn up by Japanese citizens [nothing follows].[none given]1-
893.77/2707Communication and TransportationRailwaysGeneral Balance Sheet of South Manchuria Railway Company for Year Ended March 31 1929Long report with copy of S.M.R.C. report on financial statemtn 31 March 1929.South Manchuria Railway Company29-
893.77/2538Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet of information about British troops cutting rail lines on Shanghai-Hangchow Rail [nothing follows]Cunningham [?]1-
893.77/2539Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and newspaper clipping from CENTRAL CHINA POST (23 Aug 1927) about ticket purchasing proceedures.Lockhart2-
893.77/2540Communication and TransportationRailwaysNew President and Vice President of South Manchuria Railway Company and Statements Regarding Japan's Manchurian PolicyDespatch containing translated speech from RYOTO SHIMPO (1 Sep 1927) by new S.M.R.C. president and vice president as well as short bios.Leo S. Sturgeon, American Consul17-
893.77/2541Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet of memo regarding proposed project of rail parallel to South Manchuria Rail and reaction of Japanese gov't [nothing follows]MacVeagh1-
893.77/2542Communication and TransportationRailwaysPurchase of American Railway EquipmentLong report containing information about the equipment needed, purchased, and details about said equipment from American Locomotive Company to Mukden-Hailung RailM.S. Myers, American Consul62-
893.77/2543Communication and TransportationRailwaysReceipts of the Haiphong-Yunnanfu Rail, second quarter 1927Receipts of the Haiphong-Yunnanfu Rail, second quarter 1927J.E. Jacobs., American Consul3-
893.77/2544Communication and TransportationRailwaysMukden-Haiphong RailwayReport indicating the Mukden-Hailung Rail is open for traffic although not completed; some basic information about the line is included.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2545Communication and TransportationRailways-Further information concerning the Russia/Japan meeting regarding Chinese Eastern Railway Company and South Manchuria Railway Company.Charles MacVeagh7-
893.77/2546Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet of new railway map of Manchuria [nothing follows]Mayer1-
893.77/2547Communication and TransportationRailways-Copy of article from MANCHURIA MONITOR (7 Nov 1927) entitled "Operations of the supplementary enterprises of the Commercial Department of the Chiense Eastern Railway in 1926."G.C. Hanson, American Consul10-
893.77/2548Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Construction of the Huhai RailwayInformation about the Huhai railway project from Russian newspaper RUPOR (3 Sep 1927)G.C. Hanson, American Consul7-
893.77/2643Communication and TransportationRailwaysKirin-Kainei Railway NegotiationsDespatch reporting the initial talks between S.M.R.C. and Mukden gov concering Kirin-Kainei Rail.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2464Communication and TransportationRailwaysNegotiations Regarding Railway ConstructionReport divulging that General Chang Tso-lin signed agreement with Japan regarding Tunhua-Tumen RailM.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge8-
893.77/2645Communication and TransportationRailwaysPlans for Railway Construction in ManchuriaFurther information regarding the future or current railway projects in ManchuriaM.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge4-
893.77/2646Communication and TransportationRailwaysReport Regarding Projected Railways for ManchuriaReport from S.M.R.C. concerning railway projects for the future.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge29-
893.77/2647Communication and TransportationRailwaysPurchase of American Railway EquipmentSummation of Mukden-Hailung Railway Company recent purchases regarding American goods.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge2-
893.77/2648Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Kirin-Tunhua Railway and Anti-Japanese Demonstrations in North Manchuria against Privileges Granted Japan as Regards Railway Constructions.Transcription from KUNG PAO (2 Nov 1928) regarding the tensions in North Manchuria and transportation rights.Paul M. Dutko, American Vice-Consul in Charge10-
893.77/2649Communication and TransportationRailwaysProjected Tatung-Puchow and Shihchiachwang-Tangku RailwaysMemo attempting to confirm or deny intention of Tatung-Puchow and/or Shihchiachwang-Tangku Railways.W. Roderick Dorsey4-
893.77/2650Communication and TransportationRailwaysJapan's Railway Policy in ManchuriaMore information regarding the anti-Japanese protests in Manchuria.Paul M. Dutko, American Vice Consul in Charge2-
893.77/2651Communication and TransportationRailwaysReport Regarding Projected Railways for ManchuriaMemo and map regarding projected railways in Manchuria [no map follows].M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge2-
893.77/2652Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet of report on Kopi Railway in Yunnanfu Province [report follows].Chamberlain [?]2-
893.77/2653Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo advising Legation to take no action regarding Japan's interruption of Tientsin-Pukow RailCharles MacVeagh2-
893.77/2654Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet of report regarding Chinese interests in receiving items from a railway school [nothing follows].Newbill [?]1-
893.77/2655Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and memo regarding the negotiations to return rolling stock taken from Peking-Mukden Rail; also Sino-Japanese relations [memo follows].[none listed]6-
893.77/2656Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report on issue of military stealing rolling stock of Mukden Rail [report follows].W. Roderick Dorsey2-
893.77/2657Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report that a settlement has been reached between French government and provincial government [nothing follows].Chamberlain1-
893.77/2658Communication and TransportationRailways-coversheet to report on railways in Manchuria and Mongolia; esp. Kirin-Tunhua Rail[none given]2-
893.77/2659Communication and TransportationRailwaysEnclosing Translation of Excerpts from a Report of the Director of the Canton-Samshui RailwayTranslation of report [not included] from Canton-Samshui Railway Company on labor difficulties, earnings, and general conditions of rail.Douglas Jenkins, Consul General6-
893.77/2660Communication and TransportationRailwaysJapan's Railway Policy in ManchuriaDespatch concering Japan's railway policy in Manchuria, with legal reflections.G.C. Hanson, American Consul4-
893.77/2661Communication and TransportationRailways-Covesheet and report on the repair of Tientsin-Pukow Rail and the return of stolen rolling stock [report follows].Stanton, American Consul3-
893.77/2662Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report on the status of the Sunning Railway [report follows].Jenkins, American Consul2-
893.77/2663Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to despatch concerning the recovery of missing rolling stock as well as information about the Peking-Mukden rail service [report follows].[none given]3-
893.77/2664Communication and TransportationRailways-Report with comments on the current status of railways in North China.J.V.A. MacMurray, American Consul8-
893.77/2665Communication and TransportationRailways-Reoprt noting the failure to pay loan by Hukuang Railway Company, and notes from US, France, UK in response to failure.J.V .A. MacMurray, American Consul9-
893.77/2666Communication and TransportationRailways-Correspondence between Robert Dollar Company and Legation regarding overdue loans.J.V.A. MacMurray, American Consul6-
893.77/2667Communication and TransportationRailwaysRepair of Yellow River Bridge and Resumption of Traffic on Tientsin-Pukow RailReport updating Legation on the status of the Yellow River Bridge and affected rail.E.F. Stanton, American Consul7-
893.77/2668Communication and TransportationRailwaysPurchase of American Railway EquipmentReport on the purchasing of US railway equipment by Kirin-Hailung Railway Company, with short itemization.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2669Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report regarding Kiaochow-Tsinan Railway [report follows].W. Roderick Dorsey, American Consul2-
893.77/2670Communication and TransportationRailwaysExport Agreement Between South Manchuria and Ussuri RailwaysDetails of distribution of export freight contract between South Manchuria and Ussuri RailwayG.C. Hanson, American Consul3-
893.77/2608Communication and TransportationRailways-Report and copy of article from OSAKA MAINICHI (6 Apr 1928) regarding the new economic and expansion policy of South Manchuria Railway Company.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge5-
893.77/2614Communication and TransportationRailways-Report of interview with H.W. Wang about conditions of Manchuria, 10 April 1928J.V.A. MacMurray, American Consul6-
893.77/2615Communication and TransportationRailways-Report of a list of dates concerning the Mukden-Hailung Railway.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge5-
893.77/2616Communication and TransportationRailways-Report of information regarding Kirin-Changchun RailM.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge4-
893.77/2617Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report concerning the refusal by Japan to transport competing firms supplies over their rail, 7 May 1928 [report follows].Charles MacVeagh4-
893.77/2618Communication and TransportationRailways-A report surmising the conclusion of the conflict between Japan and China and the transportation of a competitor's equipment on rail.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2619Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report of new contract between Japan and China regarding transportation of goods between rails [report follows]M.S. Myers; American Consul in Charge5-
893.77/2620Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report about the resumption of train service between Hankow and Peking, and information about an arsonal at Hanyang, 20 June 1928 [report follows]J.V.A. MacMurray, American Consul2-
893.77/2621Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report containing information over the dispute between Japan and China and railway transportation rights [report follows].J.V.A. MacMurray, American Consul2-
893.77/2622Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report containing MANCHURIA MONITOR article about Russian control of Chinese Eastern Railway [nothing follows].G.C. Hanson, American Consul1-
893.77/2623Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report containing correction of the map of Kirin-Hailung Rail [report follows, no map included].J.V.A. MacMurray, American Consul4-
893.77/2624Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report on Russian/Japanese political and diplomatic actions against China [nothing follows]M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge1-
893.77/2625Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report alleging Baron Okura is forcing traffic off of competitor's rail and onto his [nothing follows].G.C. Hanson, American Consul1-
893.77/2626Communication and TransportationRailwaysProjected Tsitsihar-Koshan RailwayInformation regarding the projected Tsitsihar-Keshan RailwayM.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2628Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Tistsikar-Keshanhsien RailwayDespatch concerning rumors on the Tsitsikar-Keshan Railway; 20 July 1928.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.77/2629Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo and article from COMMERCE REPORTS (9 Jan 1928) concerning railways in Manchuria.A.E. Ostrander, Foreign Sales Manager, American Car and Foundry Export Company10-
893.77/2630Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report concerning actual loans of the Hunan-Hupah section of the Hukuang Rail [nothing follows].Lockhart, American Consul1-
893.77/2631Communication and TransportationRailwaysProblems Raised by the Continued Interruption of the Tientsin-Pukow RailwayDespatch containing information about the continued issue between Japan and China and the effect it will have on the upcoming harvest season and economy.Ernest B. Price, American Consul7-
893.77/2632Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report on the status of the Peking-Mukden and Peking Suiyuan Rails because of military actions [report follows].J.V.A. MacMurray, American Conul3-
893.77/2633Communication and TransportationRailways-Report acknowledging despatch concerning COMMERCE REPORT and article on railways in Manchuria.Perry J. Stevenson, Liason Officer, Dept. of Commerce2-
893.77/2634Communication and TransportationRailwaysKirin-Kainei RailwayDespatch with transcription of OSAKA MAINICHI (31 Aug 1928) concerning the Kirin-Tunhua Rail and the continuing difficulties between Japan and China over transportation rights.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge7-
893.77/2635Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Schemes for ManchuriaMemo referencing the Kirin-Kainei Railway issue and reporting alternatives to procuring the material needed.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2636Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Construction in North ManchuriaA translation of a report from the Chinese Eastern Railway Company concerning their railway construction in North Manchuria.G.C. Hanson, American Consul19-
893.77/2637Communication and TransportationRailways-Report advising consul's office to not pressure Japan to cooperate with China and solve issues regarding Tientsin-Pukow Rail interruption.Mahlon F. Perkins, American Consul5-
893.77/2638Communication and TransportationRailways-Copy of article from NORTH CHINA STANDARD (11 Sep 1928) regarding Japan's actions to receive loan payments on the Tsingtao-Tsinan RailMahlon F. Perkins, American Consul3-
893.77/2639Communication and TransportationRailways-Report on negotiations concerning the Kirin-Kainei Rail between South Manchuria Railway Company president Jotaro Yamamoto and Tokyo, with map of proposed line.Edwin L. Neville, Charge d'Affaires ad interim6-
893.77/2708Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report on Sun Fo's proposals regarding the Canton-Hankow Railway [nothing follows].J.V.A. MacMurray1-
893.77/2709Communication and TransportationRailways-Report of discussion between Legation and American representative for Chinese railway company regarding fairly distributing the necessary purchases for equipment between nations.D.C. Poole, Counselor of Emabassy3-
893.77/2710Communication and TransportationRailways-A transcription of a speech given by Stanley K Hornbeck on American policy and the Chinese-Russian dispute at Williamstown Institute of Politics (27 Aug 1929).Stanley K. Hornbeck13-
893.77/2711Communication and TransportationRailwaysRequest for Catalogues describing Railroad Equipment for Managing Director of the Yueh-Han (Canton-Hankow) RailroadA summation of the reasons why Legation is requesting a catalogue of railroad equipment used ont the Canton-Hankow (Yueh-Han) RailDouglas Jenkins, American Consul General3-
893.77/2712Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report on the appointment of Mitsugi Sengeku as new presidnet of South Manchuria Railway Company [nothing follows].Neville1-
893.77/2713Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Kiaochow-Tsinan Railway at the Close of 1929A report with indexed table concerning the fiscal situation of the Kiaochow-Tsinan Railway at the end of 1929.W. Roderick Dorsey, American Consul8-
893.77/2714Communication and TransportationRailwaysChina's Railway SchemesBrief report of financial and political situation in China, esp regarding railway systems, with clippings of two articles from NORTH CHINA DAILY NEWS (24 Aug 1929).Edwin S. Cunningham, American Consul General6-
893.77/2715Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report concerning the allocation of money from the Peiping-Hankow Rail by Liu Wei-chi, as reported by THE HANKOW HERALD (22 Aug 1929).Lockhart2-
893.77/2716Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report regarding conversation between American company representatives in China and Legation over intentions of railway company [nothing follows].Johnson1-
893.77/2717Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report on the improvement of the railway between Peiping and Mukden [report follows].Gauss2-
893.77/2718Communication and TransportationRailwaysGeneral Regulations Governing the Organiztion and Functions of the State Railway Administrations of the Ministry of RailwaysCopy of the new rules imposed by the Ministry of Railways, 7 Sep 1929Edwin S. Cunningham; American Consul General4-
893.77/2719Communication and TransportationRailways-Recepit of earlier memo requesting catalogues from American construction companies.Robery J. Phillips, Laison Officer2-
893.77/2720Communication and TransportationRailwaysSurveys For Railway to TunnanReport of findings from survey for railway to Yunnan to Canton, Changshe, Hunan, Kwangsi, and other locations, with map.Culver B. Chamberlain, American Vice Consul5-
893.77/2721Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report on the missing rolling stock and other equipment alloted to Chinese railways, with additional influence by loans and debt.J.V.A. MacMurray, American Consul3-
893.77/2722Communication and TransportationRailways-Notes between China and Britain concerning the missing rolling stock and equipment.Campbell7-
893.77/2723Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report on the Peiping-Hankow Rail being cut and subsequently unable to be used [report follows].J.V.A. MacMurray2-
893.77/2724Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report amending previous report, downgrading seriousness of line breakage [report follows].J.V.A. MacMurray2-
893.77/2725Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report concerning items in REPORT ON PROGRESS IN MANCHURIA 1907-1928 [nothing follow].Langson1-
893.77/2726Communication and TransportationRailwaysAgreement Regarding Supply of Rolling Stock to the Shanghai-Nanking RailwayMemo confirming what level of confidentiality a British memo was.[none given]1-
893.77/2727Communication and TransportationRailwaysTransmitting Report on the Huhai RailwayA copy of a report of the Huhai Rail.G.C. Hanson26-
893.77/2728Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo stating the uncompleted Chuchow-Shiuchow section of the Canton-Hankow Rail will be completed soon.[none given]1-
893.77/2729Communication and TransportationRailwaysT'ao-So RailwaySet of documents with information and detailed maps of T'ao-So RailwayM.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge13-
893.77/2730Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report about the quick construction of a connecting line between Kirin and Changchun and Chinese Eastern Lines [nothing follows].M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge1-
893.77/2731Communication and TransportationRailways-A series of documents concerning the present and future construction of railways in Manchuria, with map.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge10-
893.77/2732Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report on the status of railway activity on the Tientsin-Pukow Rail [report follows].E.F. Stanton2-
893.77/-Communication and TransportationRailways-Long set of documents discussing the negotiations between China and other countries with regrad to the unsatisfactory railway conditions and continuing equipment and material issues it is experiencing.-53/1-15
893.77/2671Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report on the enlargement of the Huhai Railway's rolling stock and equipment [report follows].G.C. Hanson2-
893.77/2672Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report regarding a loan from US to China to build 10,000 miles of railways over 10 years [nothing follows].Johnson1-
893.77/2673Communication and TransportationRailwaysResume of Conditions in the Tsinan Consular District for January, 1929Brief summation of conditions in the Tsinan Consular District in Jan, 1929.K [?] F. Stanton11-
893.77/2674Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report on railway status in Tientsin DistrictGauss, American Consul3-
893.77/2675Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report about Hukuang Railway Company defaulting on loan [nothing follows].J.P. Morgan and Company1-
893.77/2676Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report on Mukden and Nationalist negotiating for the return of rolling stock.W. Roderick Dorsey4-
893.77/2677Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report on loan from US to National Chinese Gov't allowing it to carry on railroad construction [nothing follows].Cunningham [?]1-
893.77/2678Communication and TransportationRailwaysResumption of Traffic over Tientsin-Pukow RailReport and copied translation of agreement between Japan and China over Tinetsin-Pukow railway rights.E.F. Stanton, American Consul5-
893.77/2679Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report to the status and operation of the Peking-Mukden Rail as well as its equipment [report follows].[none given]4-
893.77/26809Communication and TransportationRailwaysCh'i-K-o RailwayReport on the estimated cost of the Tsitsihar-K'oshan Rail, with map showing route.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge4-
893.77/2681Communication and TransportationRailwaysProjected Taipingchuan-Fuyu RailwayReport with details and map on the Taipingchuan-Fuyu Railway.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge6-
893.77/2682Communication and TransportationRailways-Report stating the appointment of Vilhelm Mayer as special rep. from U.S. Steel, American Locomotive Company, and Baldwin Locomotive Works to settle outstanding debts.Mahlon F. Perkins, Counselor of Legation6-
893.77/2683Communication and TransportationRailways-Report from US Steel to Legation reviewing debt of Peking-Suiyuan Railway Company to US Steel, with bill.Mahlon F. Perkins, Counselor of Legation6-
893.77/2596Communication and TransportationRailwaysTransportation of Railway Supplies, 9 March 1928More information about the Japanese refusal to carry equipment and material on their rails to Dairen.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2597Communication and TransportationRailways-Report with copy of the protests signed by French, American, and British officials regarding the failure to pay loans on Hukuang RailFerdinand Mayer, American Consul8-
893.77/2598Communication and TransportationRailways-Report about continuing issue between China and Japan over contested railway rights.Charles MacVeagh2-
893.77/2599Communication and TransportationRailways-Report with newspaper clipping from JAPAN'S ADVERTISER (23 March 1928) which discussed the possible sale of the Chinese Eastern Railway by Russia to Japan, something Japan denies.Charles MacVeagh, American Consul15-
893.77/2600Communication and TransportationRailways-Further information regarding the South Manchuria Railway Company refusing to allow their line to ship goods which would build a competing railway.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge9-
893.77/2601Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report the hiring of American consulting firm Perin and Marshall by South Manchuria Railway Company to study Anshan Iron and Steel Works.Leo D. Sturgeon, American Consul4-
893.77/2602Communication and TransportationRailwaysKirin-Tunhua RailShort report of the Kirin-Liutschotzn Rail, with spread map accompanying.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge7-
893.77/2603Communication and TransportationRailways-Report of two press releases (MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS, 2 April 1928 and 4 April 1928) regarding the cancelled contract between the South Manchuria Railway Company and the Mukden-Hailung Railway Company.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge16-
893.77/2604Communication and TransportationRailways-Follow-up report stating a conversation between Japan and Russia over selling the South Manchuria Railway Company, contrary to what has been told, is actually true.Charles MacVeagh4-
893.77/2605Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report of official denial of sale of Chinese Eastern Railway to Japan [report follows].Charles MacVeagh, American Consul2-
893.77/2563Communication and TransportationRailwaysTa-T'ung RailwayDespatch reporting on the completion of the Ta-T'ung Railway, with mapM.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge5-
893.77/2564Communication and TransportationRailways-Report with additional information about Japan's "Positive Policy" in Manchuria and the Kirin-Kainei Rail, with map.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge7-
893.77/2565Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report on proposed Japanese loan on new contruction in Manchuria [nothing follows].Myers1-
893.77/2566Communication and TransportationRailwaysJapan's Exploitation of Publicity in Support of Manchurian ActivitiesDespatch reporting on Japan's increasing transportation presence in Manchuria and their publicity tactics, with articles from MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS, MANSHU NIPPO, MANSHU NICHI NICHI.Leo D. Sturgeon, American Consul10-
893.77/2567Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet of memo informing that Japan is providing loans so Chinese can build more railways in South Manchuria.Charles MacVeagh13-
893.77/2568Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report about conversation with Chinese minister on 22 Nov 1927 regarding loans to build extensions on South Manchuria RailJohnson4-
893.77/2569Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet of statement by General Yang Yu Ting regarding American loans for South Manchurial Rails and Japanese construction in Manchuria [nothing follows].Mayer1-
893.77/2570Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report stating South Manchuria Railway Company refused to ship steel from U.S. Steel [nothing follows].Johnson1-
893.77/2571Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Construction in ManchuriaReport from Naval Attache office reporting the trade agreement between Japan and Russia is essentially a treaty between the two nations, with map and clipping from MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (17 Sep 1927).?6-
893.77/2572Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailways in ManchuriaLong packet of documents reporting on all the railways in Manchuria; including three new developments which are causing issues between Japan and China. Extensive listing of each railway with relevant details included, and both large overall maps as well as small specific maps included to show where railways are.J.V.A. MacMurry68-
893.77/2573Communication and TransportationRailwaysTransmission of South Manchuria Railway Traffic MapReport accompanying map of South Manchuria Railway Company freight transportation map [no map follows]Leo D. Sturgeon, American Consul2-
893.77/2574Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet of report regarding Manchuria and Mongolia completed and projected railways, with map [nothing follows].Myers1-
893.77/2575Communication and TransportationRailwaysTransportation of Railway SuppliesReport concerning the refusal by Japanese businesses to use their company to ship US material/equipment into China to build a railway which would compete against South Manchuria Railway Company.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge4-
893.77/2576Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and memo reporting that 3 new rail lines will be constructed (Mukden-Linkiang; Linkian-Antung; Kirin-Wuchang).Myers4-
893.77/2577Communication and TransportationRailwaysCompletion of Tahushan-Paiyintala RailroadA military memo reporting on the completion of the Tahushan-Paiyintala Rail as well as speculation about the nearby harbor of Hulutao.C. Burnett, Lt. Col., Cavalry, Military Attache1-
893.77/2578Communication and TransportationRailwaysTelephone Incident in Connection with American Railway Supplies for Kirin-Hailung RailwayReport on the incident in which the telephone connection between a U.S. bank and Dairen was broken, with the author believing the break occurred on purpose.M.S. Myers, American Consul in General7-
893.77/2579Communication and TransportationRailwaysPurchases of Railway EquipmentReport on the new contract between U.S. Steel and Kirin-Hailung Railway Company regarding buying new equipment.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2580Communication and TransportationRailways-Series of newspaper clippings from PEKING LEADER (6 Dec 1927, 8 Dec 1927, 10 Dec 1927, 13 Dec 1927) regarding the poor condition of several railway lines because of local Chinese military involvement.J.V.A. MacMurry, American Consul8-
893.77/2581Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet of report about the travel regulations regarding passports which the Special City Police and Chinese Eastern Railway Police have initiated when entering/leaving Russia [nothing follows]G.C. Hanson, American Consul1-
893.77/2606Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet and report of incident at Mingshui on Kiaochow-Tsinan Rail [report follows].W. Roderick Dorsey, American Consul2-
893.77/2607Communication and TransportationRailways-Report on the tensions between China and Japan over the non-ratification of through-traffic between South Manchuria Railway Company and Mukden-Hailung Railway Company.Charles MacVeagh5-
893.77/2549Communication and TransportationRailways-Summery of remarks by president of South Manchuria Railway Company from HARBIN DAILY NEWS (9 Sep 1927)G.C. Hanson, Ameican Consul5-
893.77/2550Communication and TransportationRailways-Report from Naval Attache regarding Japanese demands and intentions to have their rail the primary rail in Eastern ChinaNaval Attache office5-
893.77/2551Communication and TransportationRailways-Memo reporting the sale of equipment between Kirin-Hailung Railway Company and American companies.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge2-
893.77/2552Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet about conversation on proposed rail project which would run parallel with South Manchuira Rail [nothing follows]MacVeagh1-
893.77/2553Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Basis of Japan's Rights in Manchuria Editorial Comment From "THE JAPAN CHRONICLE."Copies of two editorials from THE JAPAN CHRONICLE (29 Sep 1927) discussing Japanese rights in Manchuria, their origin, and their validity.Leo D. Sturgeon, American Consul13-
893.77/2554Communication and TransportationRailwaysLi Shang Forwarding AgencyLong report containing information about the possible negative situation the Li Shang Forwarding Agency is causing (monopolizing freight and charging high prices)G.E. Gauss, American Consul-General17-
893.77/2555Communication and TransportationRailwaysKirin-Tunhua RailwayDespatch containing information about the Kirin-Tunhua RailwayM.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge4-
893.77/2556Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Concessions in Manchuria and MongoliaReport listing recent Japanese railway projects, both completed and planned, and map detailing area.G.C. Hanson, American Consul-General7-
893.77/2557Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet containing information to the effect that Japan is offering to help Chang Tso-lin by "effecting foreign military occupation of Peking-Mukden Railway Line and re-assertion of two-mile zone on either side of that line." [nothing follows]Gauss1-
893.77/2558Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to information about Russian proposals to Japan about [unclear subject]Myers1-
893.77/2559Communication and TransportationRailwaysCurtailment of South Manchuria Railway Company's Allied EnterprisesNewpaper trancription of MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (30 Sep 1927) regarding the issue of economizing during the building of South Manchuria's new projects.Leo D. Sturgeon, American Consul5-
893.77/2560Communication and TransportationRailwaysOpening of Traffic on Chinchou-Pitzuwo RailwayDespatch with two articles transcriptsions from MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (28 Sep 1927; 5 Oct 1927) regarding the new Chinchou-Pitzuwo Rail.Leo D. Sturgeon, American Consul10-
893.77/2561Communication and TransportationRailways-Information about Japan's influence to prohibit a competing rail in South Manchuria by refusing to ship certain goods needed for building projectFerdinand F. Mayer, American Consul3-
893.77/2562Communication and TransportationRailways-Short memo relating information that American bank representative was denied contact with Dairen contact, likely because of intent of Darien contactMyers1-
893.77/2582Communication and TransportationRailwaysReports Regarding Transportation of Railway SuppliesDespatch reporting S.M.R.C. protesting accusation that the company refused to carry US material b/c it would help build a competing rail lineM.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge3-
893.77/2583Communication and TransportationRailwaysThe Huhai RailwayA copy of an article from "Peking and Tientsin Times" in which the rail and the surrounding countryside is discussed.G.C. Hanson, American Consul in Charge5-
893.77/2584Communication and TransportationRailwaysAlleged Sino-Japanese Railway ContractA report containing information from OSAKA MAINICHI (11 Jan 1928) believing that an agreement between Russia and Japan has been reached over the Kirin-Huining Rail, with map.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge8-
893.77/2585Communication and TransportationRailways-Report discussing the likely Chinese intention to develop the harbor at Hulutao or Lienshan-wan because of the Japanese Tafushan-Tanglio Rail has been completed; with a brief history of the harbor and its developments.Charles MacVeagh10-
893.77/2586Communication and TransportationRailwaysKirin-Huining Railway Contract Reported SignedDespatch reporting on the signing of the contract between China and Japan regarding the Kirin-Huining.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge4-
893.77/2587Communication and TransportationRailwaysKirin-Huining Railway ContractReport correcting earlier memo, correcting that contract between Japan and China has not been signed.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge1-
893.77/2588Communication and TransportationRailways-Report of majpr railways in Manchuria either existing or projected, with some details accompanying specific rails.J.V.A. MacMurry, American Consul12-
893.77/2589Communication and TransportationRailways-Forwarded message of S.K. Hwang by State Dept. regarding help finding an American company to build the Chu-Ching RailwayEdwin S. Cunningham, American Consul3-
893.77/2590Communication and TransportationRailwaysKiaochow-Tsinan Railway Annual Report for 1926Annual report of the Kiaochow-Tsinan Rail for 1926 [nothing follows]Hiram E. Newbill, American Vice Consul in Charge1-
893.77/2591Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet with report that Hong Kong will provide Canton funds to complete loop around city and connect Canton-Kowloon and Canton-Hankow Rails.Ferdinand Mayer, American Consul2-
893.77/2592Communication and TransportationRailways-Despatch containing a clipping from NORTH CHINA STANDARD (1 Feb 1928) about possible or proposed new rail construction by Chinese Eastern Railway Company.J.V.A. MacMurry, American Consul4-
893.77/2593Communication and TransportationRailways-Copy of report by German Embassy in China regarding history of Japanese policy in Manchuria and Mongolia. Report is in German and EnglishCharles MacVeagh, American Consul94-
893.77/2594Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report about negotiation between Karahan and Goto over spheres of influence in Manchuria between Russia and Japan [nothing follows].Charles MacVeagh1-
893.77/2595Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report concerning loan between Hong Kong and Canton [nothing follows].Ferdinand Mayer, American Consul.1-
893.77/2640Communication and TransportationRailwaysRailway Construction in North ManchuriaLong document discussing the likely and unlikely projects planned or underway in North Manchuria, with accompanying report on South Manchuria developments and analysison why difficulties continue it occur.T. Leonard Lillisestrom, American Vice Consul29-
893.77/2641Communication and TransportationRailwaysTrip on Huhai RailwayShort memo reporting findings of trip on Hulan-Hailun Rail by Julean Arnold.G.C. Hanson, American Consul3-
893.77/2642Communication and TransportationRailways-Coversheet to report on new railway projects by the Japanese in Manchuria [report follows].Charles MacVeagh, American Consul3-
893.77/2612Communication and TransportationRailwaysPurchases from the United States from the South Manchurian Railway CompanyItemized list of goods/material bought from US companies by S.M.R.C.Leo D. Sturgeon, American Consul3-
893.77/2613Communication and TransportationRailways-Report on the issue of the Japanese refusal to transport goods for a competing rail line on their own rail, with information stating the order came from Japanese governmet.Charles MacVeagh3-
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893.773/36Communication and TransportationRatesApparent Discrimination in Freight Rates instituted by South Manchuria Railway on Foreign Importations.Report on the alleged discriminatino in freight rates by S.M.R.C. on foreign goods.G.C. Hanson, Vice Consul8-
893.773/37Communication and TransportationRates-Another report on the issue of discrimination China by Japan on their South Manchuria RailwayGeorge W. Guthrie, US Ambassador Japan13-
893.773/38Communication and TransportationRates-Telegram reporting the continued inequality of tariffs on US shipping.Williamson1-
893.773/39Communication and TransportationRates-Another report on the rate discrimination on the South Manchuria Railway and its effect.George W. Guthrie, US Ambassador Japan5-
893.78/103Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterA translated article from RUSKKI GOLOS (26 Dec 1923) regarding continuing troubles of the tramway project.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/104Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway ProjectA translated article from ZARYA (25 Jan 1924) stating the tramway project in Harbin has fallen through, with comments regarding the Japanese interest in the matter.G.C. Hanson, American Consul4-
893.78/105Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterCorrespondence between the Chinese Concessionaires and William H. Bissell regarding the failure to fulfull the terms of the Harbin Tramway contract.G.C. Hanson, American Consul5-
893.78/106Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysJapanese Tramways at MukdenBrief memo about a possible new tram system in Mukden by the Japanese, to be installed by the end of the year.C.E. Gauss, Consul General1-
893.78/107Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterCopy of article written by Hsu Chen Kuan, a confidant of Hsu P'eng-chih, commenting on the situation and alleging possible Japanese influences, and a translated copy of ZARYA (9 Feb 1924) commenting on current situation.G.C. Hanson, American Consul9-
893.78/108Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysTransmitting Copy of Preliminary Agreement Between Harbin Municipality and Tramway Concessionaires.Translated copy of the contract to build a tramway and electric light plant in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul25-
893.78/109Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterCopy of translated article from NOVOSTI ZHIZNI (14 Feb 1924) in regards to the tramway negotiations in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/110Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterTranslated articles from NOVOSTI ZHIZNI (26 Feb 1924) regarding the meeting of the Harbin Municipal Concil, with comments from THE INTERNATIONAL (27 Feb 1924) and HARBIN DAILY NEWS (27 Feb 1924).G.C. Hanson, American Consul.6-
893.78/111Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin TramwaysTranslated articles from ZARYA (5 March 1924, 7 March 1924) discussing failure of the Chinese to make the required deposits to Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation to fulfill the contract, but is working with Beckman and Linden to establish a revised contract.G.C. Hanson, American Consul.6-
893.78/112Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterCopy of the MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (24 March 1924) stating the Harbin tramway will be a joint Japanese-Chinese venture.G.C. Hanson, American Consul.2-
893.78/113Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Coversheet to report about an alleged bribery attempt by Japanese Consul General to American Consul Hanson to pressure American firm to sell contract to Japan [nothing follows].Schurman1-
893.78/114Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramay MatterCopy of article from HARBIN DAILY TIMES (9 April 1924) stating the contract to build a tramway in Harbin can only be fulfilled by Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation and no othe company, esp not a Japanese company.G.C. Hanson, American Consul7-
893.78/115Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterTranslated article from MANCHURIA DAILY TIMES (5 May 1924) discussing the newest issues to halt the constuction of the tramway.G.C. Hanson, American Consul3-
893.78/116Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterCorrespondence about the tramway project in Harbin regarding finances and Japanese influences.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/117Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin Tramway MatterTranslated copy of someone close to the Harbin Tramway project.G.C. Hanson, American Consul9-
893.78/118Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterAnother translated report from a Chinese individual closely connectd with the Harbin Tramway project.G.C. Hanson, American Consul7-
893.78/119Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterA translated copy of the SUNGARI DAILY NEWS (11 Nov 1924) regarding the tramway in Harbin and alternative developments.G.C. Hanson, American Consul3-
893.78/120Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Railway MatterA translated copy of a letter sent to Legation regarding the Tramway project in Harbin and the contract to build a powerplant in the city.G.C. Hanson, American Consul10-
893.78/121Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin ContractCorrespondence between law firm of Vogelsang, Brow, Cram and Lange regarding the contract for a Harbin Tramway.(Alvin Vogelsang), Vogelsang, Brown, Cram and Lange Law Firm12-
893.78/122Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway ConcessionCorrespondence and article clipping from HARBIN DAILY NEWS (17 July 1925) regarding the project to provide a tramway in HarbinSamuel Sokobin, American Consul3-
893.78/123Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysShanghai Tramway SystemsReport on the tramway systems in Shanghai, with information and details relating to its length, use, and cost.Edwin S. Cunningham, Consul-General9-
893.78/124Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Memo revealing another business is involved in constructing the tramway in Harbin besides Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation.Jacob Gould Schurman1-
893.78/125Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterA translated copy of a letter from a Chinese individual close to the Harbin Tramway project discussing the finances of the project and requesting intervention by the Legation.G.C. Hanson, American Consul4-
893.773/9Communication and TransportationRates-Memo with more details about the tariff and its effect on US goods.Paul S. Reinsch, US Ambassador to China5-
893.773/10Communication and TransportationRates-Report concerning the SMRC imposing new tariffs for the use of their rails.George W. Guthrie, US Ambassador Japan3-
893.773/11Communication and TransportationRatesReduction instituted by South Manchuria Railway covering railway freights on impartations from Japan.Documents concerning new SMRC tariffAlbert W. Pontius, US Consul8-
893.78/126Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterA article clipped from HARBIN DAILY NEWS (25 Nov 1925) discussing the involvement of a new company to provide tramway service in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.773/12Communication and TransportationRatesReduction instituted by South Manchuria Railway covering railway freights on importations from Japan through DairenDocuments concerning tariff on goods which go through Dairen, with tablesAlbert W. Pontius, U.S. Consul9-
893.773/13Communication and TransportationRates-Desptach w/ clipping from JAPAN ADVERTISER (16 July 1914) on tariff rates in 3Eastern Provinces.George W. Guthrie, US Ambassador Japan5-
893.773/14Communication and TransportationRatesNewspaper Interview with Mr. H.G. Parlett, Local British Consul, on the Subject of Reduced RatesMemo containing an interview with British authority from MANSHU NICHI NICHI SHIMBUN (1 July 1914)G.C. Hanson, US Vice Consul in Charge3-
893.773/15Communication and TransportationRatesThe "Open Door" in ManchuriaMemo with article from NORTH CHINA HERALD (4 July 1914).G.C. Hanson, American Vice Consul in Charge6-
893.773/16Communication and TransportationRatesReduction instituted by South Manchuria Railway covering freight on imports into Manchuria from JapanReport on the tariff rates on goods into ManchuriaAlbert W. Pontius, American Consul4-
893.78/101Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin TramwaysTranslated copies of RECH (14 Dec 1923) and ZARYA (16 Dec 1923, 18 Dec 1923) relating to the attitudes surrounding the negotiations and contracts of the tram in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul5-
893.78/102Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterA translated article from RUSSKI GOLOS (11 Dec 1923) discussing the financial issues surrounding the Harbin Tramway project.G.C. Hanson, American Consul3-
893.78/11Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysProposals for construction of a tramway at CantonReport of proposal [included] for a tramway in Canton.Albert W. Pontius, American Consul4-
893.78/12Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Report with information regarding building a tram in Canton, with map.George E. [?], American Consul4-
893.78/13Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysStreet Car "Safety First" Campaign at ShanghaiReport of the improvement of safety incidents regarding street cars in Shanghai, 1909-1918.Thomas Sammons, Consul General3-
893.78/14Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysProposed Electric Railway Construction in HangchowMemo reporting on a conversation between Legation member and Chinese official about the potential profit of a tram in Hangchow.Thomas Sammons, Consul-General1-
893.78/15Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysDeparture for the United States of Peter Hing of the Canton Tramway SyndicateDespatch informing Legation of travel plans of two men connected with the Canton Tramway Project.Thomas Sammons, American Consul-General2-
893.78/16Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Correspondence regarding the electric tram in Harbin and the value in supporting it.Jenkins2-
893.78/17Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Memo naming the company interested in the tram in Harbin, the Koster Company.[none given]1893.78/17a
893.78/18Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Note with information about a contract between an American and Chinese company to build an electric street railway.[none given]1-
893.78/19Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Correspondence revolving around the contract between American and Chinese interests with regard to an electric street tram in HarbinJacob Gould Schurman13-
893.78/20Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Further information regarding the Harbin Street Railway proposition.Jacob Gould Shurman, US Ambassador China4-
893.78/21Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysJapanese opposition to tramway and lighting franchise grated to Chinese group in HarbinReport on Japanese opposition to the idea of the electric tram in HarbinAlbert W. Pontius, American Consul General8-
893.78/22Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysEnclosing Copies of Despatch to the Legation at Peking with Enclosures Relative to Interference by Chinese Military Authorities in Official Proceedings of Town CouncilReport with enclosed article from RUSSIAN DAILY NEWS alleging that a Chinese general threatened Russian diplomats in Harbin with banishment out of the city if they voted against a franchise proposal.Douglas Jenkins, Consul General10-
893.78/23Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Further information regarding the street tramway in Harbin.Jacob Gould Schurman, US Ambassador China6-
893.773/40Communication and TransportationRatesPreferential Rates on Japanese Goods Destined for Manchuria and Shipped Via the Chosen and South Manchuria Railway RoutesA series of reports on the preferential rates of Japanese goods on Japanese railways.Thomas Sammons, America Consul-General3-
893.773/41Communication and TransportationRatesCustoms Treatment of Russo-Japanese Through Railway Freight Traffic in ManchuriaDespatches regarding a special arrangement between Russian and Japan regarding the movement of goods on Manchurian railways.P.F. Heintzleman, Consul General5-
893.773/42Communication and TransportationRates-Report on the freight rate discrimination and relating correspondence between US and Japan.Post Wheeler, Charge d'Affaires ad interim6-
893.773/43Communication and TransportationRatesSpecific Through Goods on South Manchuria RailwayCorrespondence regarding South Manchuria Railway Company and tariff rates discriminationPost Wheeler, Charge d'Affaires ad interim18-
893.773/44Communication and TransportationRates-Correspondence between US and Japan regarding discrimination of freight tariff rates on South Manchuria Railway.George W. Guthrie, US Ambassador Japan7-
893.773/45Communication and TransportationRates-Report of correspondence regarding tariff rates discrimination on Japanese goods into Shanghai.George W. Guthrie, US Ambassador Japan2-
893.773/46Communication and TransportationRates-Report of correspondence between US and Japan regarding tariff rates discrimination of Japanese goods into China, with map.George W. Guthrie, US Ambassador Japan12-
893.773/47Communication and TransportationRatesThrought Freight Tariff Between Japan and Manchuria Via ChosenReport on the tariff rates of Japanese goods from Japan into China via South Manchuria Railway.A.A. Williamson, American Consul11-
893.773/48Communication and TransportationRatesRailway Freight RatesReport with correspondence from Legation regarding seaport tariff rate discrimination from Japan into ChinaEdwin S. Cunningham, Consul General3-
893.773/49Communication and TransportationRates-Correspondece between Dept. of Commerce and State Dept regarding tariff rate discrimination by Japan on Japanese goods.E.E. Pratt, Chief of Bureau, Dept of Commerce4-
893.773/50Communication and TransportationRatesFreight Rates- Racine, Ackermann and CompanyCorrespondece inquiring into the tariff rate discrimination of Japanese goods into ChinaEdwin S. Cunningham11-
893.773/51Communication and TransportationRates-Correspondence of a complaint of tariff rate discrimination.G.B. McGinty, Dept of Commerce Secretary6-
893.773/52Communication and TransportationRatesProtest against the Extra Levy on Peking-Hankow Railway to Relieve Famine Distress in Addition to Other Excessive Charges already Existing.-J.C. Huston, American Vice Consul in Charge1-
893.773/53Communication and TransportationRates-Correspondence regarding the taxing of goods destined for North China to be used to help relieve the pressures of famine, with a clipping of PEKING AND TIENTSIN TIMES (17 Dec 1920).A.B. Ruddock11-
893.773/54Communication and TransportationRates-Copy of Freight Tariff of South Manchuria Railway CompanySouth Manchuria Railway Company43-
893.773/55Communication and TransportationRatesReduction in Railroad Freight Rates to DairenMemo announcing the reduction of taxeds on certain goods to Dairen on the South Manchuria RailwayMax D. Kirjassoff[?], Consul1-
893.773/56Communication and TransportationRatesSouth Manchuria Railway Company Decrease in Freight Rates Traffic Department ConferenceMemo announcing the change of tariff rates of South Manchuria Railway Company.-2-
893.773/57Communication and TransportationRatesSouth Manchuria Railway Company Freight RatesMemo addressing the rates of goods on South Manchuria Railway CompanyMax D. Kirjassoff, Consul1-
893.773/58Communication and TransportationRatesSouth Manchuria Railway Company Freight RatesMemo announcing changes to South Manchuria Railway Company freight rate.Max D. Kirjassoff; Consul2-
893.773/59Communication and TransportationRates-Correspondence regarding the alleged rariff rate discrimination by Japan on its South Manchuria Railway.Julius Kahn, House of Representatives6-
893.773/60Communication and TransportationRates-Correspondence regarding discrimination of freight rates of Japanese goods into China through South Manchuria Railway Company.F.R. Eldridge, Chief Far Eastern Division10-
893.773/61Communication and TransportationRates-Correspondence regarding the alleged freight rate discrimination by the Japanese.F.R. Eldridge, Jr., Chief, Far Eastern Division5-
893.773/62Communication and TransportationRatesCharges levied by the South Manchuria Railway and the Chinese Eastern Railway Between Dairen and Harbin on a Small Shipment of Leather GoodsReport on the rates levied on a shipment of leather goods between Dairen and Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul4-
893.773/63Communication and TransportationRatesAlleged Overcharges for freight on American goods on the South Manchuria RailwayMemo regarding the allegation that American goods are being charged more than Japanese goods for transport on the South Manchuria Railway.J.M. Ballentine, Consul [?]2-
893.773/64Communication and TransportationRatesReported Proposed Increase of Freight on Export Cargo by the South Manchurian Railway`Memo on the alleged increase of taxes on exported cargo by the S.M.R.C.G.C. Hanson, Consul3-
893.773/65Communication and TransportationRatesFreight Rates on the Chinese Eastern and the South Manchuria Railways, Converence at ChangchunTranslation of article from ZARYA (1 July 1922) regarding the recent conference on freight travel.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.773/66Communication and TransportationRates-Despatches reporting on the tariff rates on on imports and exports in China.Jacob Gould Schurman, US Ambassador China5-
893.773/67Communication and TransportationRates-Report about the freight tariff on goods from Japan into ChinaJacob Gould Schurman, US Ambassador2-
893.773/68Communication and TransportationRates-Correspondence regarding the alleged freight rate discrimination by Japanese railways on Japanese and non-Japanese goods.Jacob Gould Schurman, US Ambassador6-
893.773/69Communication and TransportationRates-More correspondence regarding Japanese freight rate tariff discrimination between Legation and other agencies.Jacob Gould Schurman, US Ambassador5-
893.773/70Communication and TransportationRates-Further correspondence regarding the freight rate discrimination by the Japanese government.Edward Bell3-
893.773/71Communication and TransportationRates-Coversheet and report on the dues and duties of protucts from North Manchuria to America [report follows].G.C. Hanson, US Vice Consul6-
893.773/72Communication and TransportationRates-Coversheet to report and newpaper clipping from HARBIN DAILY NEWS (9 Oct. 1923) regarding the allegation of bribes and rate discrimination in the South Manchuria Railway Company [report and clipping follows].G.C. Hanson, US Vice Consul3-
893.773/73Communication and TransportationRates-More information and correspondence relating to the freight rate discrimination of the Japanese on Japanese-controlled lines in China.Jacob Gould Schurman, US Ambassador10-
893.773/74Communication and TransportationRates-Coversheet and report on the need for protection of trains from bandits, and the rise in freight rates.R.P. Tenney, American Consul5-
893.773/75Communication and TransportationRates-Correspondence on the Peking-Hankow freight rate discrimination allegation.Jacob Gould Schurman, US Ambassador8-
893.773/76Communication and TransportationRates-Memos detailing the continuing protest regarding the adherence to the rules which prohibit discriminatory rates.Jacob Gould Shurman4-
893.773/77Communication and TransportationRates-Correspondence regarding the discrimination in freight rates by Japan on their railway against imports.Jacob Gould Schurman, US Ambassador7-
893.773/3Communication and TransportationRatesFreight Tariff on South Manchuria RailwayReport informing Legation about the suspension of new tariffs because of opposition.Edwin L Neville [?]2-
893.773/4Communication and TransportationRatesAgreement between the Imperial Government Railways, South Manchuria Railway Company and the Korean Railway in regrad to Specific Through Goods from Japan to ManchuriaReport with more information regarding the issue and effects of the new tariff in South Manchuria.G.C. Hanson, Vice Consul in Charge3-
893.773/5Communication and TransportationRatesReduced Rates fror Specific Through Goods on the Mukden-Antung LineDespatch reporting a level of dissatisfaction between S.M.R.C. and Japan over rates, as reported by MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (25 Apr 1914)G.C. Hanson, American Vice Consul in Charge6-
893.773/6Communication and TransportationRatesReduced Rates for Specific Through Goods on Mukden-Antung LineReport on the continuing disagreements between Japan and S.M.R.C.G.C. Hanson, American Consul in Charge8-
893.773/7Communication and TransportationRatesReduced Rates on South Manchuria Railway Company¿s Branch LinesDespatch reporting on the abolishment of the new rates which Japanese gov't/S.M.R.C. tried to establish.G.C. Hanson, American Vice Consul in Charge4-
893.773/8Communication and TransportationRatesSouth Manchuria Railway Company's Reduced Rates on Specific Through GoodsDespatch reporting on a new set of tariff rates for the South Manchuria Railway CompanyG.C. Hanson, American Vice Consul in Charge3-
893.773/28Communication and TransportationRatesReduction instituted by South Manchuria Railway covering railway freights on foreign importations; transmitting clear evidence of discrimination in this regard.Report to Legation with evidence of discrimination against shipments from Shanghai and tariff rates.Albert W. Pontius, Consul6-
893.773/29Communication and TransportationRatesReduced Rates through Goods (Via Newchwang)Memo to report change in wording regarding tariff rates via Newchwang on South Manchuria Railway Company.[?], American Consul--
893.773/30Communication and TransportationRates-Series of documents discussing the issue of tariff rates regarding South Manchuria Railway Company and JapanPaul S. Reinsch, US Ambassador to China32-
893.773/31Communication and TransportationRatesReduction instituted by South Manchuria Railway covering railway freights on foreign importations; transmitting further evidence in this regard.Report to Legation with evidence of discrimination against shipments from Newchwang and tariff rates.Albert W. Pontius, Consul7-
893.773/33Communication and TransportationRatesReduced Rates on Goods from the Three Seaports to the InteriorMemo advising the alteration of S.M.R.C. rate booklet[?], American Consul1-
893.773/34Communication and TransportationRatesReduction instituted by South Manchuria Railway covering railway freights on foreign importations; rate discrimination in this regardDespatches covering the allegation of rate discrimination by the South Manchuria Railway CompanyAlbert W. Pontius, Consul11-
893.773/35Communication and TransportationRates-More reports concerning the allegations of rate discrimination on goods to Shanghai from Japan on the South Manchuria RailGeorge W. Guthrie, US Ambassador Japan5-
893.78/132Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysOpening of Sino-Japanese Tramway System in MukdenDespatch reporting on the opeing of the extension of the tramway system in Mukden, with some details of the extension.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge2-
893.78/133Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Tientsin Tramway and Electric Light Company and the Provincial Government of Chihli.Report on the interactions and attitudes regarding the Tientsin Tramway Company and the government of Chihli.C.E. Gauss, American Consul-General5-
893.78/134Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Electric Company Versus the Beckman & Linden Engineering CorporationCorrespondence regarding the lawsuit by the Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation and the finances held in an account becaue of the contract dispute.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/135Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Tientsin Tramway and Electric Light Company and the Provincial Government of Chihli.Report on the politics, negotiations, and contracts regarding the tramway in Tientsin Province.C.E. Gauss, American Consul-General7-
893.78/136Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway CaseCorrespondence and a copy of the decision of the appeal in the trial of National City Bank of New York versus Harbin Electric Joint Stock Company.51--
893.78/137Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Coversheet and report regarding the financial status of the Harbin Tramway Company [report follows].G.C. Hanson, American Conusl2-
893.78/138Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Coversheet to report about the Tramway strike in Tientsin, the resumption of service, and effects of said strike [nothing follows].C.E. Gauss, American Consul1-
893.78/139Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Telegram regarding the economic situation in Peiping and the recent riots there.J.V.A. MacMurray.1-
893.78/140Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Coversheet to report about the role that rickshaw pullers had in the recent demonstrations [nothing follow].J.V.A. MacMurray1-
893.78/141Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Coversheet and report describing the riot in Peiping and the role the rickshaw pullers had in it.C.E. Gauss.2-
893.788/1Communication and TransportationComplaints Against ServiceRussian Boycott of the Chinese TramwayCorrespondence regarding the Russian boycot of the Harbin tramway.G.C. Hanson, American Consul10-
893.78/72Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Correspondence revolving around the Harbin tramway issue and possible Japanese influences.(A.T. Vogelsang), Vogelsang, Brown, Cram and Lange1-
893.78/73Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Note reporting the signing of contract between Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation and Chinese Concessionaires in Harbin, dropping the previous lawsuit.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/74Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin ContractReport of contract signing between Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation and Chinese Concessionaires in Harbin, with contract.(A.T. Vogelsang), Vogelsang, Brown, Cram & Lange--
893.78/75Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysA Japanese Electric Station at HarbinDespatch and translated copy of RUSSKI COLOS (4 Jan 1923) about the Japanese Electric Station and Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/76Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysCanton TramwaysInformatin revolving around the Canton tramways, with contract details and signatory names.Maxwell M. Hamilton, American Vice Consul4-
893.78/77Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin TramwayCopy of translated articles from RUSSIAN DAILY NEWS and ZARYA (26 Jan 1923) regarding the tramway in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul3-
893.78/78Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway ContractCopy of translated article from RUSSIAN DAILY NEWS (24 Jan 1923) regarding the Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation contract in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/79Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterInformation alleging a breach of contract between Hua Sheng Trading Company and VOLGA.G.C. Hanson, American Consul.5-
893.78/80Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin TramwaysCopy of contract between Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation and Chinese Harbin Electric Joint Stock Company.G.C. Hanson, American Consul8-
893.78/81Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterReport with copy of article from MANCHURIA DAIL NEWS (10 Feb 1923) relating to the Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation contract and construction of a tramway in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul3-
893.78/82Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterDespatch with copy of MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (15 Feb 1923) regarding Tramway in Harbin and contract with Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/83Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterInformation about account deposits with regards to Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation and the Harbin Chinese Joint Stock Electric Company.G.C. Hanson1-
893.78/84Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin Railway MattersDespatch containing a copy of article from RUSSIAN DAILY NEWS (13 Mar 1923) with regrads to Harbin Municipal Assembly and the tramway in the city.G.C. Hanson, American Consul3-
893.78/85Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterA copy of a translated article from RUSSKI GOLOS (22 March 1923) regarding the current status of the tramway in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/86Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterDespatch of copy of article from RUSSIAN DAILY TIMES (18 March 1923) regarding an engineer from Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation.2--
893.78/87Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterMemo informing Legation of the arrival of an engineer from Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation's arrived in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul1-
893.78/88Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway QuestionA copy of a translation from RUSSKI GOLOS (16 April 1923) regarding the Tramway in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul3-
893.78/89Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe HarbinTramway MatterTranslated copy from ZARYA (9 May 1923) regarding the tramway in Harbin and the evaluation of the subject by the Mun. Council.G.C. Hanson, American Consul4-
893.78/90Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysCanton-Chun-chuen Tramway CompanyCorrespondence and information about a tramway from Canton to Chun-chuen.R.P. tenney, American Consul in Charge5-
893.78/91Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterCopy of letter from E.W. Beardsley to Legation regrading the development in Harbin regarding the tramway issue.G.C. Hanson, American Consul3-
893.78/92Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterCopied translation from the INTERNATIONAL (31 May 1923) regarding the appointment of individuals to specific offices to help fund, build, and oversea the tramway, with newspapers.G.C. Hanson, American Consul.11-
893.78/93Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Hua Sheng Trading Company and the Harbin Tramway MatterA copy of the the books of the Hua Sheng Trading Company in which Chinese Concessionaires deposited bribe money to secure the contract for the tramway in Harbin.G.C. Harbin3-
893.78/94Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway ProjectCorrespondence regarding the status and future of the Harbin Tramway with regards to leadership and finances.G.C. Hanson, American Consul1-
893.78/95Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterDespatch with translated copy of NOVOSTI ZHIZNI (23 June 1923) regarding the transfer of money into a bank so an American company can begin work on the tram.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/96Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin TramwaysCorrespondence between Legation and Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation regarding the developments in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul5-
893.78/24Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Note relating to preliminary agreement between Beckman-Linden Company and Harbin Municipal Council to build electirc tram[none given]13-
893.78/25Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Receipt of telegramG.C. Hanson1-
893.78/26Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Report of possible deceptive business practices while attempting to negotiate the Harbin tramway.G.C. Hanson10-
893.78/27Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Correspondece regarding the contract and construction of the street tram in HarbinVogelsang, Brown, Cram & Lange, Beckman & Linden Engineering Corp12-
893.771/0Communication and TransportationRates-Coversheet to report concerning the increase in freight rates [nothing follows].Schurman1-
893.771/1Communication and TransportationRates-A copy of a paper protesting the new rule that watchmen traveling with cargo must buy their own tickets.Jacob Gould Schurman4-
893.771/2Communication and TransportationRates-Despatches concerning the new regulations and their effect on the transportation of cargo on government railways.Edward Bell2-
893.773/0Communication and TransportationRatesChinese-Eastern-South-Manchuria Through Traffic TariffA copy of 2 booklets published by South Manchuria Railway Company regarding tariffs [regulations and prices].Raywoud S. [unreadable]118-
893.773/1Communication and TransportationRates-Letter from T.E. Burton to W.J. Bryan regarding the history of rising rates in ChinaTheodore E. Burton, U.S. Senate4-
893.773/2Communication and TransportationRates-Correspondence between Burton and WJ Bryan regarding equal treatment concerning railways and regulations.Theodore E Burton, U.S. Senate3-
893.773/78Communication and TransportationRatesSpecial freight rate provision of the South Manchuria Railway CompanyReport addressing the freight rates from South Manchuria Railway CompanyW.F. Nason, Vice Consul and Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge2-
893.773/79Communication and TransportationRatesFreight Tariff of Taonan-Tsitsihar RailwayReport on the tariff rates on Taonan-Tsitsihar Rail, with weight tables inclosedSamuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge6-
893.773/80Communication and TransportationRates-Memo regarding the incorporation of informatin from earlier reports into other reportsSamuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge1-
893.773/81Communication and TransportationRatesThrough Freight Rate Agreement Between South Manchurian Railway and Chinese Government Railways (Peking-Mukden Rail)Report discussing the meeting between Japan and China to determine through freight rates, with tables/graphs.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge5-
893.773/82Communication and TransportationRatesIncrease of passenger fares and freight rates on the Kaiochow-Tsinan RailwayMemo informing Legation about the increase of passenger fares and freight rates from Kiaochow to Tsinan.W. Roderick Dorsey, American Consul7-
893.773/83Communication and TransportationRates"Express Surcharge" on the Tientsin-Pukow RailwayReport on the alleged "express surcharge" on the Tientsin-Pukow Railway by the Japanese and lodged by Standard Oil Company (in quadruplicate).A. Grant Swaney, American Vice-Consul-in-Charge8-
893.773/84Communication and TransportationRates-Coversheet and report regarding the Li Shang Forwarding Agency and the increase of their rates [report follows].C.E. Gauss, American Consul General18-
893.773/85Communication and TransportationRates"Rehabilitation" Surcharges on freight on the Peiping-Mukden RailMemo regarding the "Rehabilitation" Surcharges on freight on the Peiping-Mukden Rail.G.E. Gauss, American Consul-General5-
893.78/1Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Memo addressing the rumor of overhead tramways in Peking.W.P. Calhoun2-
893.78/2Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Short memo discussing building options to an overhead tramway system in Canton.Shwwan Tomes & Co1-
893.78/3Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysElectric TramwayReport on the new electric tram in Shanghai.Amos P. Wedsin, American Consul-General3-
893.78/4Communication and TransportationTramway For Nanking-Report on the signing of the contract to provide a tramway in Nanking.Alvin W. Gilbert, American Vice-Consul in Charge3-
893.78/5Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysProposed Street Car Service for CantonInformation about the proposed street car service for canton and the actions taken regarding that.P.S. Heintzlman, US Consul General2-
893.78/6Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Memo regarding a Russian company allegedly constructing the electric tram at Harbin.[?]1-
893.78/7Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysProjected Tramway for CantonCorrespondence and information on the subject of the tramway in Canton.P.S. Hientzlman, Consul General7-
893.78/8Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Memo regarding the bids for street railways in Canton.Paul S. Reinsch, US Ambassador China1-
893.78/9Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysProposals for a Tramway in CantonCorrespondece regarding the projected tramway in CantonAlbert W. Pontius, American Consul2-
893.78/10Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysConstruction of a tramway in CantonCorrespondence with Legation regarding a tramway being constructed in Canton.Albert W. Pontius, American Consul4-
893.78/60Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin Tramway MatterA report and enclosed translation from Russian ZARYA (27 Aug 1922) regarding the Harbin Tramway.G.C. Hanson, American Consul3-
893.78/61Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Suit of the Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation Against the Chinese Concessionaires of the Harbin Tramways.Repor of the first hearing in the trial between Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation and Chinese Concessionaires at Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul5-
893.78/62Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysBeckman & Linden Engineering Corporation vs. the Chinese Concessionaires of the Harbin Tramway.Information regarding the first day of the trial in Harbin.[?]3-
893.78/63Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin TramwayReport regarding the Harbin Tramway.G.C. Hanson, American Consul5-
893.78/64Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Correspondence between various agencies regarding the Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation/Harbin Chinese Concessionaires lawsuit.(A.T. Vogelsang) Vogelsang, Brown, Cram and Lange7-
893.78/65Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Intra-departmental correspondence regarding the Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation/Chinese Concessionaires trial.F.R. Eldridge, Jr., Chief, Far Eastern Division15-
893.78/66Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Correspondence regarding the Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation/Harbin Chinese Concessionaires tramway.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/67Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterCorrespondence regarding the alleged breach of contract by the Hua Sheng Tramway Company in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul.9-
893.78/68Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterReport on the second hearing regrading the lawsuit between Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation and the Chinese Concessionaires in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul5-
893.78/69Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterReport announcing the postponement of the trial between Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation and Chinese Concessionaires in Harbin for 1 month.G.C. Hanson, American Consol3-
893.78/70Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterDetails of the contract between the Hua Sheng Trading Company and the Chinese Concessionaires in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul9-
893.78/71Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterDespatch containing information about the tramway issue in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul3-
893.78/45Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin TramwaysReport with copied article from THE INTERNATIONAL (27 June 1922) discussing stock in Harbin Electric Company.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/46Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin Tramway MatterCorrespondence discussing tramway issue in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul.5-
893.78/47Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin Tramway MatterCorrespondence between Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation and Legation regarding the trial in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul.--
893.78/48Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin Tamway MatterCopy of translated article from THE INTERNATIONAL (5 July 1922) regarding the Harbin Tramway and the Harbin Joint Stock Company.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/49Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Correspondece regarding the suit by Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation against Chinese Concessionaires in Harbin.Jacob Gould Schurman, US Ambassador China6-
893.78/50Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin Tramway MatterCorrespondence outside the Legation regarding the Harbin Tramway.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/51Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin Tramway MatterReport with enclosed copy from THE INTERNATIONAL (18 July 1922) regarding the Harbin Tramway.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/52Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Translation of an article from FAR EASTERN TIMES [no date] regarding Harbin and the tramway issue.Oscar W. Lange, Vogelsang, Brown, Cram & Lange23-
893.78/53Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterReport with translater article from THE INTERNATIONAL (15 July 1922) relating to the stock issue of the Harbin Tramway.G.C. Hanson, American Consul4-
893.78/54Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin Tramway MatterDespatch containing translated article from THE INTERNATIONAL (25 July 1922) relating to Harbin Tramway issue.G.C. Hanson, American Consul.2-
893.78/55Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Memo containing items from various Russian articles relating to Harbin Tramway issue.G.C. Hanson, American Consul4-
893.78/56Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Coversheet to report about the date of the trial between Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation and Harbin Chinese Concessionaires [nothing follows].G.C. Hanson, American Consul1-
893.78/57Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin Tramway MatterInformation regarding the suit by Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation against the Harbin Chinese Concessionaires [x5].G.C. Hanson, American Consul20-
893.78/58Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysBeckman & Linden Engineering Corporation Vesus the Harbin Tramway Concessionaires.Correspondence regarding the lawsuit between Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation and the Harbin Tramway Concessionaires [x5].G.C. Hanson, American Consul15-
893.78/59Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Correspondence regarding the Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation/Harbin Concessionaires trial date delay(Oscar W. Lange) Vogelsang, Brown, Cram & Lange3-
893.78/28Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Memo reporting that all documents will be forwarded once in possession.Vogelsang, Brown, Cram & Lange, Beckman & Linden Engineering Corp.1-
893.78/29Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin Tranway ConcessionA copy of the final contract regarding building the Harbin Tramway between Beckman & Linden Engineering Corp and Chinese Concessionaires.G.C. Hanson, American Consul19-
893.78/30Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin Tramway ConcessionA copy of the contract between Baldwin Locomotive Works and Chinese Concessionaires in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul6-
893.78/31Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Report on the contract and other items this company has engaged in.Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation7-
893.78/32Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Report addressing the potential negatives in involving American companies, material, and equipment in Harbin.[unrecognizable]9-
893.78/33Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin Tramway MatterMore information regarding the Harbin Tramway the the alleged misconduct of the Hua Sheng Trading CompanyG.C. Hanson, American Consul7-
893.78/34Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysTransmitting Newspaper Article Regard the Harbin Tramway MatterDesptach with newspaper article from THE INTERNATIONAL (26 Mar 1922) discussing the contract between Hua Sheng Trading Company and Chinese Concessionaires regarding the Harbin TramG.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/35Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin TramwaysReport with information regarding the proposed Harbin Tramway.George C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/36Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysBeckman & Linden Engineering Corp. Contract at Harbin, ManchuriaCopy of the contract between Beckman & Linden Engineering Corp and Chinese Concession.Vogelsang, Brown, Cram & Lange, Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation (Oscar W. Lange)12-
893.78/37Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Personal letter to Legatoin regarding the Harbin Tramway issue.[unrecognizable].5-
893.78/38Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysBeckman-Linden Engineering Corporation Versus the Concessionaires of the Harbin Tramway.Further information and related dates concerning the suit of Chinese Concessionaires in Harbin from Beckman-Linden Engineering Corp.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/39Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin Tramway MatterA translated copy of a letter regarding the Harbin Tramway.G.C. Hanson, American Consul10-
893.78/40Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin Tramway MatterDespatch with enclosed translated copy of Harbin Electric Light and Tramway Franchise letter.G.C. Hanson, American Consul.23-
893.78/41Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysBeckman & Linden Engineering Corporation Vs. Chinese Concessionaires for the Harbin TramwayInformation regarding the legal situation between Beckman & Linden and Chinese Concessionaires in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul5-
893.78/42Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysHarbin TramwayReport with enclosed article from THE RUSSIAN DAILY TIMES (23 May 1922) about the tramway in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/43Communication and TransportationStreet Railways-Note discussing trial date regarding Harbin TramwayG.C. Hanson, American Consul1-
893.78/44Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysBeckman & Linden Engineering Corporation Contract at Harbin, ManchuriaReport from B & L to Legation discussing trial in Harbin.Oscar W. Lange, Beckman & Linden Engineering Corporation5-
893.773/17Communication and TransportationRatesPreferential Rates on Japanese Goods Destined for Manchuria and Shipped Via the Chosen and South Manchurian Railway RoutesReport of letter addressing the alleged preferential rates on Japanese goods.Herman [?]3-
893.773/18Communication and TransportationRatesProtest Lodged by Dairen Foreign Board of Trade regarding Reduced Rates on Specific Through Goods from Japan.Report of protest regarding tariff rates on goods through Dairen.G.C. Hanson, American Vice-Consul in Charge4-
893.773/19Communication and TransportationRatesPreferential Rates on Japanese Goods Destined for Manchuria and Shipped Via the Chosen and South Manchurian Railway RoutesReport with 2 letters addressing the allegation of preferential treament of tariffs on Japanese goods.Thomas Sammons6-
893.773/20Communication and TransportationRatesPreferential Rates on Japanese Goods Destined for Manchuria and Shipped Via the Chosen and South Manchurian Railway RoutesDespatch reporting the Japanese Consul-General refusing to comment on the allegations of preferential rates, with clippings from NORTH CHINA DAILY NEWS (29 July 1914) to supplement.Thomas Sammons4-
893.773/21Communication and TransportationRatesPreferential Rates on Japanese Goods Destined for Manchuria and Shipped Via the Chosen and South Manchurian Railway RoutesAnother report discussing the alleged preferential rates on Japanese goods in Manchuria, with clippings from CHINESE PRESS (31 July 1914) and letters from affected businesses.Thomas Sammons7-
893.773/22Communication and TransportationRatesReduction linstituted by South Manchuria Railway covering freight on imports from JapanDespatch reporting on the effects of the protests of the new tariffs.Albert W. Pontius, American Consul4-
893.773/23Communication and TransportationRates-Report from British Ambassador to US concerning the new tariff on goods in ManchuriaGeorge W. Gunthrie, US Ambassador Japan12-
893.773/24Communication and TransportationRatesExtension of Reduced-Rate-on-Through-Goods System to Foreign Trade of JapanReport on a specific item froim South Manchuria Railway Company's official gazette.[?], American Consul2-
893.773/25Communication and TransportationRatesReduced Rates on Goods from The Three Seaports to the InteriorReport with information and chart relating to the tariffs of goods from Japan into China.[?], American Consul6-
893.773/26Communication and TransportationRatesSpecial Transhipment Charges- Nippen Yessen Kaisha and other linesReport of details concerning the shipment charges relating to the Nippen Yessen Kaisha and other such steamers.[?], American Consul5-
893.773/27Communication and TransportationRatesReduced Rates on Through Goods (Via Newchwang).Report on rates of goods transported through Newchwang.[?], American Consul4-
893.78/97Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tranway MatterCopied translation from RUSSKI GOLOS (22 Nov 1923) regarding the situation in Harbin about the tram in their city.G.C. Hanson, American Consul6-
893.78/98Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterDiscussion of the events at a banquet by the Chinese Concessionaires in honor of the council.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/99Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterA copied translation from ZARYA (2 Dec 1923 and 5 Dec 1923) regarding the local interest in the tramway in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul5-
893.78/100Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway MatterCopied translation from ZARYA (11 Dec 1923) regarding the completion of transfering the necessary funds to begin the building of the tram system.G.C. Hanson, American Consul4-
893.78/127Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway QuestionA report prepared by the Harbin Municipal Council regarding the North Manchurian Electrical Enterprises Company.G.C. Hanson, American Consul6-
893.78/128Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysExension of Mukden Tramway SystemBrief report of the Mukden Tramway Extension and existing Tramway rails.Samuel Sokobin, AmericaN Consul in Charge3-
893.78/129Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Tramway System at HarbinFurther details regarding the alleged contract between a German company and Harbin for a tramway.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/130Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Tramway QuestionA translated copy of an article from ZARYA (3 Feb 1926) discussing the topic of autobuses versus tramways.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.78/131Communication and TransportationStreet RailwaysThe Harbin Electric Power and Tramway ConcessionA copy of an article originally appearing in MANCHURIA MONTITOR and reprinted in HARBIN DAILY NEWS discussing history of city and future intentions regarding transportation and other aspects.G.C. Hanson, American Consul8-
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893.797/48Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationChefoo-Weihsien Motor ServiceArticle from CHINA PRESS (19 Marc 1924) discussing the reorganization of Chefoo-Weihsien Motor Service.H.L. Milbourne, Vice Consul in Charge4-
893.797/49Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationCh'iang Pei Motor Transport Line Between Yangchow and Yangtze RiverInter-Legation memo containing information about motor services between Yanchow and the Yangtze River, and background information about the surrounding area.John K. Davis, American Consul6-
893.797/50Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationMotor Bus Service Established in City of NankingAnnouncement and information about the new bus service in Nanking.John K. Davis, American Consul.5-
893.911/30Other Internal AffairsNewspapersJapanese newspaper propaganda in ChinaDespatch containing an article from NORTH CHINA DAILY NEWS (23 May 1919) which writes of obvious "anti-Anglo-American" feelings from the Japanese paper pringting in Tsinanfu.Thomas Sammons, American Consul-General6-
893.796-Hoover/10Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Note describing converstation between Nelson Trusler Johnson and Wayne Johnson regarding Lawrence E. Hoover.Nelson Trusler Johnson, Asst. Sec. State2-
893.796-Hoover/11Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationLawrence HooverNote about the intentions of Lawrence Hoover and the W.A. Harriman and Company Corporation.Nelson Trusler Johnson, Asst. Sec. State6-
893.796-Hoover/12Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram about Lawrence Hoover, his disposition, and its effects.Edwin S. Cunningham, US General Consul1-
893.796-Hoover/14Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Short letter of thanks to Assistant Secretary Johnson from Vice President of W.A. Harriman and Company.Harriman, Vice-President W.A. Harriman and Company.1-
893.796-Hoover/15Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationLawrence HooverReport of conversation between Assistant Secretary Johnson and Mr. Wayne Johnson regarding Lawrence Hoover and his plans in China.Nelson Trusler Johnson, Asst. Sec. State1-
893.796-Hoover/16Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationLawrence HooverReport of conversation between Assistant Secretary Johnson and Mr. Goldsmith of W.A. Harriman and Company.Nelson T. Johnson, Asst. Sec. State1-
893.796-Hoover/17Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Report of communication between Ambassador MacMurray and Mr. Hoover concerning Hoover's business and construction plans for an air service in China, as well as comments concering Hoover and his plans.J.V.A. MacMurray, US Ambassador China6-
893.796-Stinson/1Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram regarding the Chinese Minister of Communications's desire for engines and parts as well as pilots from Detroit.Edwin S. Cunningham, US General Consul.3-
893.796-Stinson/2Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram to Stinson Aircraft Corporation regarding Chinese official's request.Nelson T. Johnson, Asst. Sec. State2-
893.796-Stinson/3Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram from State addressing Mr. Nich's request and dispensing financial advice.Edwin S. Cunningham, US General Consul1-
893.796-Stinson/4Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram from State Dept to Stimson Aircraft Corporation regarding counter-offer of American company to China.Nelson T. Johnson, Asst. Sec. State1-
893.796-Stinson/5Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram asking about a reply to an earlier letter.Edwin S. Cunningham, US Consul General.1-
893.796-Stinson/6Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram reiterating direction of communication regarding Stinson Aircraft Corporation and Chinese government.Frank B. Kellog, Secretary of State1-
893.796-Stinson/7Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram from Secretary Kellogg to Shanghai regarding communication between Stinson Aircraft Corporation and Chinese government.Frank B. Kellogg, US Secretary of State1-
893.796-Stinson/8Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram with price negotiations between Stinson Aircraft Corporation and Chinese government.Perkins, US Consul.5-
893.796-Stinson/9Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram between Stinson Aircraft Corporation and Chinese governmnet on contract details of aircraft purchases.Nelson T. Johnson, Asst. Sec. State3-
893.796-Stinson/10Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram to Stinson Aircraft Company regarding role of State Dept. in future business negotiations.Nelson T. Johnson, Asst. Sec. State1-
893.796-Stinson/11Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Memo concerning recent communication between Legation, Stinson Aircraft Corporation, and Chinese government regarding business deals.[unsigned]2-
893.796-Stinson/12Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram from Legation about business agreement between Stinson Aircraft Corporation and Chinese government.J.V.A. MacMurray, US Ambassador China2-
893.796-Stinson/13Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram from State Dept to Stinson Aircraft Corporation regarding agreement between US company and Chinese government.Nelson T. Johnson, Asst. Sec. State2-
893.796-Stinson/14Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationStinson-Detroiter Airplanes for Ministry of CommunicationsReport of finalized negotiations between Stinson Aircraft Corporations and Chinese government.Ernest B. Price, American Consul10-
893.796-Stinson/15Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram from Stinson Aircraft Corporation informing State Dept. about issues regarding shippment of order.[none] Stinson Aircraft Corp.1-
893.796-Stinson/16Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Despatch to Stinson Aircraft Corporation concerning the issues with exporting their equipment into China.Stanley K. Hornbeck, Chief Far Eastern Affairs1-
893.796-Stinson/18Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Report from Legation regarding Stinson Aircraft Corporation's business to provide air-mail service to Shanghai, Nanking, and Hankow.Nelson T. Johnson, Asst. Sec. State2-
893.911/49Other Internal AffairsNewspapersMIN PAO Attacks Manager of Standard Oil Company.Copy of despatch containing information on newspaper attacks on H. Livingston, manager of local branch of Standard Oil Company of New York, with copy of translated article attached as well as follow-up apology/retraction.G.C. Hanson, American Consul11-
893.911/51Other Internal AffairsNewspapersMEMORANDUM FOR FAR EAST DEPARTMENT, STATE DEPARTMENT.Memo correcting transcription error of a previous message.(none given)1-
893.911/53Other Internal AffairsNewspapers(none given)Telegram to Joseph Tumulty, Secretary to the President, containing transcribed newspaper items on the continuing difficulties between pro-American and anti-American newspapers and interests.A J Burke, Lawyer, Philipinnes.3-
893.911/54Other Internal AffairsNewspapers(none given)Letter from A J Burke to Secretary to the Presidnet Joseph Tumulty along with a translation of an article from MILLiARD'S REVIEW (24 May 1919) reprinting an article written at the behest of the Japanese government against western countries, esp America, and makes some comments as to the military readiness of the US.A J Burke, Lawyer, Philipinnes.6/54a
893.911/56Other Internal AffairsNewspapersChinese Bureau of Public Information Plans to Furnish News Data for Use in the United States.Despatch containing 3 bulletins on the agreement of the Chinese to supply information to the US.W. Roderick Dorsey, American Consul in Charge8-
893.911/59Other Internal AffairsNewspapers(none given)Despatch containing a translated copy from CHUNG HUA HSIN PAO attacking the financial policy of the US in China, an attack organized by the Japanese government.Charles Tenney, Charge d' Affaires ad interim.5-
893.796-Stinson/C Corp.19Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Memo from Treasury Dept. to State Dept. regarding the shipment of an American business's air service equipment to China.Seymour Lowman, Asst. Sec. Treasury1-
893.797/57Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAttempted Inauguration of Motor Bus Service in Swatow.Inauguration and subsequent riot concerning Tao Kiang Motor Bus Company in Swatow.C.B. Chamberlain, Vice Consul3-
893.797/59Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationHarbin Municipal Motor Car Tax RegulationsCorrespondence and translated copy of motor car tax regulations agreed on by Harbin Municipal Council.G.C. Hanson, American Consul4-
893.797/60Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationMotor Transportation in Outer MongoliaInformation on taxable number of automobiles in Outer Mongolia.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.7971/0Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAutomobile of George Cornet, American Citizen, At Harbin.Report of in-person conversation between George Cornet and Harbin Consulate regarding ownership of a car and car license.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.7971/1Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Report on regulations affecting the lecy of motor car tolls on the roads near Peking.Jacob Gould Schurman, US Minister Peking8-
893.7971/2Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationChinese Police and Foreign Owned Automobiles at HarbinCorrespondence concerning Chinese police in Harbin wanted American automobiles to have licenses issued by them.G.C. Hansson, US Consul5-
893.7971/3Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Legation report concerning the levy of motor cars in the area around Peking.Jacob Gould Schurman, US Minister Peking2-
893.7971/4Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Legation report concerning the levy of motor cars in the area around Peking.Jacob Gould Schurman, US Minister Peking2-
893.7971/5Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationRefusal of Kalgan Authorities to Permit Foreigners to Engage in Motor Car Transportation Industry in Kalgan.Correspondence about the situation in Kalgan regarding Americans and personal motor transportation, with some comments from Legation on the matter.Samuel Sokobin, American CONsul12-
893.797/6Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Correspondence in reply to previous report about taxes and restrictions on American-owned automobiles.Jacob Gould Schurman12-
893.7971/7Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Legation correspondence regarding road regulations and taxes near Peking.Jacob Gould Schurman.3-
893.7971/8Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram concerning activities of American businesses in China and the methods and reasons they have to get around Chinese withholding licensees.Jacob Gould Schurman.4-
893.7971/9Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Correspondence regarding auto taxes, Chinese licenses, and travel to Kalgan.Samuel Gould Schurman16-
893.7971/10Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAutomobile Regulations at HarbinCorrespondence concerning the proper displayment and illumination of car identification numbers in Harbin.G.C. Harbin, US Consul3-
893.7971/11Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationLaws in Shanghai Consular District Relating to Liability for Injury or Damages Caused by Automobiles.Correspondence discussing the laws in Shanghai Consular District Relating to Liability for Injury or Damages Caused by Automobiles.Edwin S. Cunningham, American Consul-General5-
893.7971/12Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram concerning trade limitations with regards to open ports.Jacob Gould Schurman1-
893.7971/13Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Correspondence regarding the rights of American citizens to carry passengers or goods between Kalgan and Urge.Edward Bell9-
893.7971/14Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Continued correspondence regarding the carrying of goods and/or passengers by American citizens when traveling between Kalgan and Urga.Jacob Gould Schurman4-
893.7971/15Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Further correspondence regarding private citizens to carry passengers or goods to or from Kalgan or Urga.Edward Bell6-
893.7971/16Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationRecent Developments in Regard to the Automobile QuestionCorrespondence concerning the order by Marshal Feng Yu-hsiang that no car is to leave Kalgan, effectively ending the current dispute regarding private citizens ferrying passengers or goods to or from Kalgan.E.F. Stanton, American Vice Consul in Charge4-
893.796-Stinson/20Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet to report the shipment of aircraft parts to China was permitted [nothing follows].Hubbard1-
893.796-Stinson/21Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationDispute between the Ministry of Communications and Captain Henderson, Aviator for the Stinson Aircraft Corporation.Report for Legation containing information and file about the dispute between Captain Henderson and Chinese government.Edwin S. Cunningham, US Consul General13-
893.796-Stinson/22Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Letter to Stinson Aircraft Corporation with license to export equipment to China.Stanley K. Hornbeck, Chief Division of Far Eastern Affairs.2-
893.796-Stinson/23Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-License for export of goods from Stinson Aircraft Corporation into China, with follow-on reports of alteration of said license, with copy of license.[?], Assisant Collector7-
893.7961/0Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationRegulation of Aerial NevigationTranslation of conversation between Stuart Fuller, Consul General, and Huang Yung-liang, Commissionor of Foreign Affaris for Chihli.Stuart J. Fuller, US Consul General2-
893.8961/1Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Despatch containing correspondence between Legation and Chinese Minister of Foreign Affairs.Fernindand Mayer12-
893.7961/2Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram in reply to previous communication.Jacob Gould Schurman, US Ambassador Peking.2-
893.791/3Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Legation in Peking reporting on future round-the-world flights by US personnel overflying Chinese territories.J.V.A. MacMurray5-
893.7961/4Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationRegulations in Various Countries with Respect to Airplane Flights by American Citizens and American Airplanes.Legation comment on response to Chinese statement about overflights.Leroy Webber, American Consul1-
893.7961/5Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationRegulations in various countries with respect to airplane flights by American citizens and American airplanes.Further information regarding the discussion between American officials and Chinese officals concerning the overflight of US citizens into and through Chinese territory.Douglas Jenkins, US Consul General2-
893.7961/6Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationRegulations in Various Countries with Respect to Airplane Flights by American Citizens and American Airplanes.Another report on the issue of American overflights of Chinese territories.Ernest B. Price, American Consul2-
893.7961/7Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAirplane Flights by AmericansDiscussion concerning the regulations and restrictions on overflights of US personnel and aircraft into and through China.F.P. Lockhart, American Consul General6-
893.7961/8Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationProvisional Regulations of the Three Eastern Provinces Relating to Airplane FlightsInformation regarding the overflight by US personnel and aircraft of the Three Eastern Provinces in China.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge.4-
893.7961/9Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationRegulations With Respect to Airplane Flights by American Citizens and American Airplanes.Report on the regulations and restictions of certain provinces and areas in China.W. Roderick Dorsey, American Consul6-
893.7961/10Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationRegulations in China with Respect to Airplane Flighs by American Citizens and American Airplanes.Copy of provisional rules which grant foreign countries the right to overfliy China.Edwin S. Cunningham, American Consul General3-
893.7961/11Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationRegulations in various countries with respect to airplane flights by American citizens and American airplanes.Further information regarding likely or potential landing zones or routes for American aircraft and China.David C. Berger, American Consul1-
893.7961/12Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationRegulations in Various Countries with Respect to Airplane Flights by American Citizens and Americn Airplanes.Communication between Legation and Chinese government officials regarding issue of American overflights.Samuel Sobokin, American Consul2-
893.7961/13Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationRegulations in Various Countries with Respect to Airplane Flights by American Citizens and American Airplanes.Report on rules and regulations in various areas of China with respect to American overflights.John R. Putnam, American Consul2-
893.7961/14Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAir Traffic Regulations in North ChinaTranslated report on air travel concerning Americans over China.G.C. Hanson, American Consul3-
893.7961/15Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Reply and comment from US officials in Peking regarding discussion and issues surrounding US overflights of China.J.V.A. MacMurray.6-
893.7962/0Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationPlans for the Establishment of A Military Airplane Field in Vicinity of DairenInformation to Legation concerning a possible project to build an airplane field near Dairen.Leo D. Sturgeon, American Consul4-
893.7962/1Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationCommerical Landing Fields in ChinaReport to Legation clarifying number of airfields in surrounding districts.Ernest B. Price, American Consul--
893.79694/0Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationInnauguration of Trial Air Mail Route Between Osaka and DairenReport on details of innaugural air mail flight between Osaka and Dairen.Leo D. Sturgeon, American Consul.2-
893.79694/1Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet to report taking information from RENGO (1 June 1928) about Sino-Japanese air service between Osaka and Shanghai [nothing follows].Neville1-
893.797/28Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationFrazer & Company¿s Autobus Service at Harbin.Further correspondence regarding the taxation issue between American auto-owners and Harbin governmental officials.G.C. Hanson, US Consul.24-
893.797/29Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAutobus Service Opterated at Harbin by E.W. Frazar & CompanyFurther reports and correspondence regarding E.W. Frazar & Company and issue of taxation by local Chinese government.G.C. Hanson, US Consul3-
893.797/30Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Report concerning autobus service in Harbin and correspondence from Harbin Police.G.C. Hanson, US Consul4-
893.797/31Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationMotor Car Regulations at Harbin.A translated copy of traffic regulations for driving in Harbin, issued by Harbin Police.G.C. Hanson, US Consul4-
893.797/32Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAutobus Service Conducted at Harbin by E.W. Frazar & Company.Report and comments concerning the Harbin Municipal Council formally asking Legation to request to Frazar & Company to pay taxes.G.C. Hanson, US. Consul6-
893.797/33Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAutomobile Transportation between Kalgan and Urga.Correspondence addressing the issue of the Kalgan-Urga motorway and interests by other nations.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul5-
893.797/34Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationMotorcar Licences at HarbinFurther information and correspondence concerning the issue of motorcars and taxes and E.W. Frazar & Company.G.C. Hanson, US Consul5-
893.797/35Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAutobus Service Operated At Harbin by E.W. Frazar and Company.A translated article from RUSSKI GOLOS (6 May 1923) concerning the E.W. Frazar & Company refusing to pay taxes in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, US Consul2-
893.797/36Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationMotor Car Taxation at HarbinCorrespondence concerning taxation at Harbin, in particular the taxation of E.W. Frazar & Company.G.C. Hanson, US Consul7-
893.797/37Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationMotor Vehicles at Harbin.Further information concerning E.W. Frazar & Company autobus service at Harbin, with comments form Legation.G.C. Hanson, US Consul.6-
893.797/38Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAutomobile Taxes and Regulations at Harbin.Further correspondence concerning the E.W. Frazar & Company and automobile taxes at Harbin.G.C. Hanson, US Consul.8-
893.797/39Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationMotor Busses and Automobiles at HarbinMore correspondence regarding automobile taxes in Harbin, especially E.W. Frazar & Company, with rates.G.C. Hanson3-
893.797/40Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAutobus Service at Harbin.Report on autobus service at Harbin, with article from HARBIN DAILY NEWS (16 Oct 1923) describing a collision between bus and car, and comments from both Legation and editor.G.C. Hanson, US Consul3-
893.797/41Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationVoluntary Contribution by American Owners of Motor Cars at Harbin Toward the Upkeep of Roads.Inter-Legation correspondence concerning the voluntary contribution of by American auto owners in Harbin for the upkeep of the roads.G.C. Hanson, US Consul.5-
893.797/42Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationMotor Busses in Mukden, China.Discussion regarding the potential profits that buses from America put into service in Mukden might bring.C.E. Gauss, Consul General.2-
893.797/43Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationVoluntary Contributions by American Owners of Motor Cars at Harbin toward the Upkeep of Roards.More correspondence concerning the contributions of owners at Harbin, with rates.G.C. Hanosn, American Consul7-
893.797/44Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationMotor Services in the Tsinan Consular DistrictListing of cities offering Motor services in the Tsinan Consular District, with details about the routes and service.R.P. Tenney, US Consul7-
893.797/45Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationVoluntary Contributions by American owners of Motor Cars at Harbin Toward the Upkeep of Roads.More correspondence from inside the Legation concerning the contributions by Americans at Harbin.G.C. Hanson, US Consul3-
893.797/46Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationMotor Car Services in the Tsinan Consular DistrictListing with details, milage, and prices of motor car services and route in Tsinan Consular District.R.P. Tenney, American Consul2-
893.797/47Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationMotor Car Services in the Tsinan Consular District.Information regarding the motor services and routes in the Tsinan Consular District.H.L. Milbourne, Vice Consul.4-
893.797/11Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationSigns of Modern Progress in the Nanking Consular DistrictReport on the planning of extensive motorways and other developments in the Nanking Consular District to modernize the area and connect the growing cities.[unreadable], Consul.3-
893.797/12Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationInformation Concerning the Registration and the Use of Automotive Vehicles in Amoy Consular District.Report with information concerning the Registration and the Use of Automotive Vehicles in Amoy Consular District.[unreadable], American Consul3-
893.797/13Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationMunicipal Affairs at HarbinLegation memo concerning the taxing of the company American Autobus Service located in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, American Consul10-
893.797/14Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationFrazar & Company's Omnibus Service at HarbinCorrespondence regarding the W.E. Frazar & Company's Omnibus Service in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, US Consul4-
893.797/15Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Report by Legation regarding license taxes on American-owned autos in Harbin.Jacob Gould Schurman8-
893.797/16Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram concerning taxing of American-owned cars in Harbin and increasing dissatisfaction over non-payment.G.C. Hanson, US Consul1-
893.797/17Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAutobus Service Projected by E.W. Frazar & Company Between Tsitsikar and Taheiho.Report prepared by Frazar & Company informing Legation on the proposed Tsitsikar-Taheiho autobus route.G.C. Hanson, US Consul.25-
893.797/18Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationEnormous Tax on Motor Cars Operating Kalgan and Urga.Details of tax on American automobiles in Harbin operating between Kalgan and Urga.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul20-
893.797/19Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationFrazar & Company's Autobus Service at HarbinAnother report concerning the taxation of concerning American automobiles and businesses in Harbin.G.C. Hanson3-
893.797/20Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationFrazar and Company's Autobus Service at HarbinCopy of correspondence regarding a check and payment from Frazar & Company's Autobus Service to Harbin Municiapl Council.G.C. Hanson, US Consul.2-
893.797/21Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationFrazar and Company's Autobus Service at Harbin.Correspondence between Legation and W.E. Frazar & Company regarding attitudes and treatment of Chinese police toward company.G.C. Hanson, US Cosul.5-
893.797/22Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationTax on Motor Cars Operating Between Kalgan and UrgaReport on the taxation of motor cars between Kalgan and Urga [nothing follows].Samuel Sokobin, American Consul1-
893.797/23Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAutobus Service at HarbinTranslated article from RUSSKI GOLOS (18 Nov 1922) regarding an attack on a motorbus by Russian and Chinese Cabdrivers.G.C. Hanson, US Consul3-
893.797/24Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAutobuses at Harbin and the Local PoliceClipping from RUSSIAN DAILY NEWS (12 Dec 1922) reflecting on poor policing in city.G.C. Hanson, US Consul2-
893.797/25Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAutobus Service Tsitsikar-Helampo by E.W. Frazar & Company.Correspondence between Legation and E.W. Frazar & Company concerning service between Tsitsikar and Helampo.G.C. Hanson, US Consul2-
893.797/26Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Inter-Legation memo discussing E.W. Frazar & Company¿s intent to compete against the tramway in Harbin.G.C. Hanson, US Consul3-
893.797/27Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationOmnibus Service at HarbinFurther correspondence and details regarding the Chinese request for American payments of motor car taxes.G.C. Hanson, US Consul12-
893.796-Curtiss/42Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAviation Project of Aviation Exploration, Incorporated, in China.Inter-Legation letter describing conversation between Mr. Peck and Mr. William H. White.Mr. Peck3-
893.796-Curtiss/43Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram about intentions of Aviation Exploration, Incorp.[?]5-
893.796-Curtiss/44Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationActivities of Aviation Exploration, Incorporated.Discussion of meeting between officials from Aviation Exploration, Incorporated and officials from Chinese businesses.Douglas Jenkins, General Consul7-
893.796-Curtiss/45Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationProject for Development of Aviation Enterprises in ChinaReport of developments regarding aviation in China, especially concerning Curtiss-Robertson Airplane Manufacturing Corporation and Aviation Exploration, Incorporated.Edwin S. Cunningham, American Consul-General23-
893.796-Curtiss/46Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationCurtiss-Robertson Airplane Manufacturing Company and Aviation Exploration, Incorporated, Air Mail Contracts.Inter-Legation letter addressing the issue of dissatisfaction with Curtis Company.Ernest B. Price, American Consul2-
893.796-Curtiss/47Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Report of contract signing between Aviation Exploration, Incorp. and China National Aviation Corp.J.V.A. MacMurray, US Ambassador China4-
893.796-Curtiss/48Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet and report about details of the finalization and signing of contract betwee China National Aviation Corporation and Aviation Exploration, Incorporated [report follows].Edwin S. Cunningham, General Consul5-
893.796-Curtiss/49Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationProceedings of the State ConuncilCorrespondence from Legation, Aviation Exploration, Incorporated, and China National Aviation Corporation.Edwin S. Cunningham, American General Consul6-
893.796-Curtiss/50Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet and report discussing capital raised and other such details about contract between China National Aviation Corporation and Aviation Exploration, Incorp [report follows].J.V.A. MacMurray; US Ambassador China2-
893.796-Curtiss/51Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet and report about dissatisfaction with American aviation bussiness in China [report follows].Edwin S. Cunningham, General Consul.3-
893.796-Curtiss/52Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet and report on statement from C.M. Keys of Aviation Exploration, Inc. aboutpolitical and financial influences and powers on Wall Street [nothing follows].George Bronson Rea1-
893.796-Curtiss/53Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Note about the shipment of parachutes into China for Aviation Exploration, Incorporated.Nelson Trusler Johnson, Assistant Sec. State1-
893.796-Curtiss/54Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationExportation of Airplane Accessories to China from Seattle.Correspondence between Legation and Curtiss Aeroplane Corporation about the exportation of certain equipment normally banned from entering China.Mr. Peck2-
893.796-Curtiss/55Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Memo from Treasury Dept. to State authorizing the exportation of an amphibian aircraft to Aviation Exportation, Incorp.George D. Dubbard, Collector, Treasury1-
893.796-GreatLakes/1Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Letter from Great Lakes Aircraft Corporation to State asking for support as the company tries to move into the Chinse air sevice market.D.V. Stratton, Great Lakes Aircraft Corporation1-
893.796-GreatLakes/2Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Reply to Great Lakes Aircraft Corporation from Legation.Stanley K. Hornbeck, State Dept.1-
893.796-Hoover/1Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Memo to Legation with information about discussion with man named Mr. Lawrence Hoover and commercial aviation in China.Nelson T. Johnson, Asst. Sec. State3-
893.796-Hoover/2Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Report of conversation between Assistant Secretary of State and Lawrence Hoover regarding Hoover's trip in China.Nelson Trusler Johnson, Asst. Sec. State1-
893.796-Hoover/3Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Correspondence between Assistant Secretary of State Johnson and Ambassador MacMurray about Mr. Hoover's intention's abroad.Nelson Trusler Johnson, Asst. Sec. State1-
893.796-Hoover/4Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Report on intentions of Lawrence Hoover in China.[unknown]1-
893.796-Hoover/5Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Report of conversation between Hoover and Edwin S. Cunningham regarding representation of American air service business in China.Edwin S. Cunningham, US General Consul2-
893.796-Hoover/6Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram and reply regarding conversation with Lawrence E. Hoover about American business interests in China.Nelson Trusler Johnson, Asst. Sec. State2-
893.796-Hoover/7Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Report from Legation concerning the activities of Lawrence E. Hoover in China.G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.796-Hoover/8Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Correspondence inside Legation regarding Lawrence E. Hoover and his activities in China.J.V.A. MacMurray, US Ambassador China4-
893.796-Hoover/9Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram about Lawrence Hoover's relationship and influence with Chinese authorities.Nelson Trusler Johnon, Asst. Sec. State1-
893.7971/17Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationThe Automobile QuestionFurther correspondence regading the automobile issue and Kalgan, with comments from Legation about possible Russian influences.E.F. Stanton, American Vice Consul in Charge4-
893.7971/18Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Further correspondence concerning automobiles and Kalgan.E.F. Stanton, American Vice Consul in Charge4-
893.7971/19Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationThe Automobile QuestionMore correspondence addressing the issue of automobiles and Kalgan.E.F. Stanton, American Vice Consul in Charge5-
893.7971/20Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationMotor Vehicle Regulations and Taxes in Tientsin, ChinaReport on motor vehicle regulations and taxes for Tientsin.Granville Woodard, Vice Consul8-
893.7971/21Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationTaxation and Motor VehiclesReport of taxes concerning motor vehicles in Tsingtao.W. Roderick Dorsey, Amrican Consul3-
893.7971/22Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAutomobile license regulations at Harbin.Report on the auto license rate at Harbin.G.C. Hanson, US Consul.7-
893.7971/23Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationObnoxious Enforcement of Chinese RegulationsReport of detention of private citizens in Shanghai for not having a license from China.Edwin S. Cunningham, American Consul General11-
893.8971/24Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationObnoxious Enforcement of Chinese Traffic Regulations.Further correspondence concerning the detainment of Mr.s George Tucker and her car from the Star Garage.Edwin S. Cunningham, American Consul General.16-
893.7971/25Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationObnoxious Enforcement of Chinese Traffic RegulationsMore correspondence concerning the detainment and fine of Mrs. George Tucker.Edwin S. Cunningham, US Consul General7-
893.7971/26Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationChinese Motor Car License AdministrationCartoon from NORTH CHINA DAILY NEWS (11 April 1929) commenting on the irregular business methods of licensing in China, with cartoon.Edwin S. Cunningham, American Consul General8-
893.797/0Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationChinese Syndicate's proposal to construct an automobile highway.Information concerning a Chinese Syndicate's proposal to construct an automobile highway.F.B. Chamberlain, Consul General2-
893.797/1Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram regarding the capture of a US agent and that he is a counter-agent.J.V.A. MacMurray1-
893.797/2Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Claimst that US has been covertly placing and assisting spies in China under the guise of businessmen.J.V.A. MacMurray10-
893.797/3Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram commenting on US government's right to protect citizens.J.V.A. MacMurray2-
893.797/4Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram about traveltime and route between Urga and Irkutsk.J.V.A. MacMurray2-
893.797/5Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram concerning the resumption of telegraph lines through Irkutsk.J.V.A. MacMurray1-
893.797/51Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationDevelopment of Roads and Motor Transportation in the Nanking Consular District.Information about the devlelpment of motorways and motor vehicle transportatoin in the Nanking Consular District, with maps, charts, and pictures.John K. Davis, US Consul40-
893.797/52Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationCreation of National North West Automobile Transportation CompanyLegation correspondence concerning the creationg of the National North West Automobile Transportation Company.E.F. Stanton, American Vice Consul in Charge5-
893.797/53Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationThe Automobile QuestionCorrespondence concerning the issue of an automobile company and regulations which govern it.E.F. Stanton, American Vice Consul in Charge7-
893.797/54Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet to report on possible expansion obstacles of motor bus businesses [report follows].G.C. Hanson, US Consul.3-
893.797/55Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationMotor Bus Lines-ChinaReport on motor bus lines in china, with corrections and additions from previous publication.Samuel Sokobin, Amrican Consul in Charge.2-
893.797/56Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationMotor Car and Bus Lines in North ManchuriaReport of names and details about service for motor vehicle lines in North Manchuria.G.C. Hanson, Ameican Consul3-
893.796-Curtiss/10Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Memo from Legation discussing the growing interest of Curtiss Aeroplane Exports Corporation to have business in China, with comments from the War Dept.[none given]2-
893.796/23Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationProposed Purchase of Aeroplanes by Yunnan GovernmentReport of the additional purchase by the Yunnan Government for 20 more planes on top of the 6 initially bought.M.S. Myers, Consul3-
893.796/24Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationProposed Aeroplane Service Harbin-MukdenTranslated copy of article from RUSSKI GOLOS (19 Mar 1923) regarding possible French interests in providing a Harbin-Mukden route.G.C. Hanson, American Consul.2-
893.796/25Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Despatch summerizing information regarding Chang Tso-lin's alleged purchase of Japanese aircraft.Jefferson Caffery, Charge d'Affaires ad interim.2-
893.796/31Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet to report about the Cantonese government reciveing 10 more airplanes for commercial uses from the French [nothing follows].Douglas Jenkins, American Consul1-
893.796/32Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet to report about the manufacturing of aircraft in China [nothing follows].L.H. Bunch1-
893.796/33Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet to report about the arrival of the first American planes in China from the B.F. Mahoney Aircraft Company [nothing follows].Douglas Jenkins, American Consul1-
893.796/36Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet to report about th Yunnan Government planning to buy more aircraft [nothing follows].Chamberlain1-
893.796/37Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAviation School Established at AmoyReport of the establishment of an aviation school at Amoy, with description of said school.John R. Putnam, American Consul6-
893.796/39Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet to report regarding the Chinese desire to purchace certain equipment, namely another aircraft and spare engines [noting follows].Douglas Jenkins, American Consul1-
893.796/40Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet and report regarding the first long-distance flight in China by Chinese [report follows].Dorsey2-
893.796/41Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet and report regarding the development of commercial air service in China with comments about the recent long-distance flight.Douglas Jenkins, Consul General9-
893.796/42Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet to report regarding the training of pilots and engineers at the Canton Flying School by US trainers [nothing follows].Douglas Jenkins, American Consul.1-
893.796/43Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationCivil Aviation in the Hankow Consular DistrictInformation and details regarding non-military aviation in the Hankow Consular District.Russell B. Jordan, American Vice Consul24-
893.796/44Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet and report about the recent commercial flight Canton to Hankow [report follows].Walter A. Adams, US Consul in Charge.3-
893.796/45Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationProposed Commercial Aeroplane Service Between Yunnanfu and the CoastInformation regarding the Chinese project to provide air service between Yunnanfu and the coast.Culver B. Chamberlain, Vice Consul4-
893.796/46Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet and report about the the activities of the Cantonese Aviation Bureau during Dec 1928 [report follows].Douglas Jenkins, American Consul9893.796/46a-b
893.796/47Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationContinued Interest in Commercia AviationCopies of articles from THE CENTRAL CHINA POST (5 Feb 1929, 25 Dec 1928) concerning the possible usefullness of aviation in China and possible future for aircraft in China.Walter A. Adams, American Consul in Charge8-
893.796/48Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet to lengthy report covering general aspects and information about the growing aviation elements in China [report follows].Edwin Cunningham, General Consul32-
893.796/49Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet to report regarding the remodeling [refurbishing?] of commercial aircraft for possible military uses [nothing follows].Douglas Jenkins, American Consul1-
893.796/50Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationThe Development of Commerical Aviation in ChinaLengthy report about the inception and development of non-military aviation services in China.Frederick W. Hinke, American Vice Consul43-
893.796/51Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationRequest for Publications concerning Aircraft ActivitiesCorrespondence inside Legation regarding the desire for more information about aircraft developments in China.Douglas Jenkins, American Consul-General4-
893.796/52Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationPossible Purchase of Aircarft by Yueh-Han RailroadReport on the possible purchasing of aircraft by the Yueh-Han Railroad Company for transportation of mail.Douglas Jenkins, American Consul General2-
893.796/53Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Legation memo regarding the negotiations betwee Stinson Company and China for more aircraft.[not given]3-
893.796/54Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet to report about the further developments in China regarding aviation, in particular contracts to provide air service in cities [nothing follow].Edwin S. Cunningham, US Consul General1-
893.796/55Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet and report about airplane activity in China [report follows].Douglas Jenkins, American Consul2-
893.791/5Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Correspondence between Legation and American Express Company regarding the use of Chinese Government railways.Harry Gee, General Manager, American Express Company5-
893.791/7Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram acknowledging previous letter relating to the prosepect of American Express Company's involvement with the Chinese.Harry Gee, General Manager, American Express Company1-
893.791/8Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram from American Express Company regarding the use of Chinese Government railways.R.A. Foulks, American Express Company2-
893.791/9Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Letter from Secretary of State to Ambassador to China about American Express's petition to use Chinese Government Railways.Frank L. Polk, Secretary of State1-
893.796/0Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationFirst Aerial Flight in ManchuriaLetter inside Legation about the first flight in Manchuria.G.S. Hanson, American Vice Consul in Charge1-
893.796/1Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAerial Navigation at DalnyStatements by first aviator in Manchuria about the atmosphere over Dalny, from MANCHURIA DAILY NEWS (29 July 1914).G.S. Hanson, American Vice Consul in Charge4-
893.796/2Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAeronautic Development in CantonReport on the aeronautic developments and current situations in Canton, with information regarding costs and equipment.[unreadable], American Consulate-General, Canton6893.796/2a-2b
893.796/3Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Correspondence discussing the involvement of US avaition personnel in Manchuria.R.P. Tenney, American Consul3-
893.796/4Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Correspondence from American firms interesting in providiong air service advisors to China.Newton W. Gilbert, Felder, Gilbert, Campbell & Barranco2-
893.796/5Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Report informing Legation about the application for employment in the Chinese Air Service by American George Willard Northridge.Perkins3-
893.796/6Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAvaition at FoochowInformaton regarding flight attempts and actual fights at Foochow.G.S. Hanson, American Consul.1-
893.796/7Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Despatch containing information about the contract of French citizens with the Chinese Government as pilots and advisors.Perkins, Charge d'Affaires ad interim.9-
893.796/8Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Correspondence regarding the circumstances and events surrounding which company or nation gets the Chinese contract to buy planes.Perkins, Charge d'Affaires ad interim4-
893.796/9Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationDetailed Report concerning Seaplane recently constructed by Government Dock and Engineering Works at Foochow, China.Report with measurement and information about the airplane constructed at Foochow.G.C. Hanson, American Consul.3-
893.796/10Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Article from the PEKING AND TIENTSIN TIMES (11 Feb 1922) regarding aviation in China, along with figures and table regarding number of planes in China.Perkins, Charge d'Affaires a interim.4-
893.796/11Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAerial Navigation in ChinaNewspaper article from PEKING & TIENTSIN TIMES (7 July 1922) with information abut the aerial future of China.[unreadable], Ameican Consul General--
893.796/13Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAviation in South FukienA map of the proposed routes of the Great China Air ways Company.Vice Consul2-
893.796/14Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationPurchase of Aeroplanes in TongkingInformation regarding the recent purchase of airplanes by the Chinese.M.S. Myers, Consul.4-
893.796/15Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Report of purchase by Chinese government of French airplanes in Indo-China, which could in fact be used for military purposes instead of civilian purposes.Jacob Gould Schurman2-
893.796/17Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Correspondence regarding potential job opening for aviatoin experts in China, with an excerpt from CHINA YEAR BOOK (1921-1922).Augustus O. Stanley5-
893.796/18Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAeroplanes for Yunnan GovernmentReport of the arrival of the newly purchased airplanes into Haiphong.M.S. Myers, Consul4-
893.796/19Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Copy of despatch to French Ambassador and reply regarding the recent purchases of their airplanes by the Yunnan Government [nothing follows].Jacob Gould Schurman, US Ambassador China2-
893.796/20Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAeroplanes For Yunnan GovernmentReport regarding the 6 new airplanes bought by the Yunnan Government from France.M.S. Myers, American Consul3-
893.796/21Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet to report regarding Americans engaged building airplanes in Canton.R.P. Tenney, American Consul3-
893.796/22Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet to report regarding the changing of incidence of wings in flight as reported by RUSSIAN DAILY NEWS (26 July 1923)G.C. Hanson, American Consul3-
893.79/0Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationTwo-Hundred Mile Automobile HighwayExcerpt from SHANGHAI GAZETTE and comments from Legation regarding a project to build a road between Kwachow and Tsingkiangpu.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge2-
893.79/1Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationNew Ricksha Monopoly at Swatow-Strike of Ricksha Coolies.Report on the Swataw Council Meeting which determined that Yung Gsiang Company would receive the contract to provide rickshas in the city.[?], Consul1-
893.79/2Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationPedicab ServiceAn excerpt from the SHANGHAI GAZETTE (29 Dec 1922) regarding the proposal to establish a pedicab service in Shaghai.Edwin S. Cunningham, Consul-General.3-
893.791/0Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Memo discussing the possibility of establishing an American Express [railway] on the government railways in China.[?]1-
893.791/1Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Correspondence between Legation and American Express Company regarding using official Chinese railroads for US purposes.[?]--
893.791/2Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Correspondence between Legation and American Express Company regarding the use of Chinese offical railways.[?], General Foreign Agent American Express Company.8-
893.791/3Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Correspondence between American Expresss Company and Legation concerning the aspect of using Chinese Government railways, with copy of contract enclosed.[?], Foreign Agent American Express Company38-
893.791/4Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram and letter regarding the petition to use Chinese government railways, and the current situation in China in regarding to such petition.Paul S. Reinsch, US Minister to China3-
893.797/6Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Correspondence between Legation and the Chinese government regarding a monopoly of traffic between Kalgan and Mongolia.J.V.A. MacMurray, Charge d'Affaires12-
893.797/7Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Correspondence inside Legation regarding the roadway issue at Urga.J.V.A. MacMurray, Charge d'Affaires8-
893.797/8Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Another report regarding a monopoly claim by the Chinese concerning American businesses.J.V.A. MacMurray, Charge d'Affaires.14-
893.797/9Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Final report from Consul Price regarding the monopoly at Urga and the protection of couriers.J.V.A. MacMurray, Charge d'Affaires.5-
893.797/10Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationShanghai Automobile NotesInformation and statistics of automobiles in Shanghai.Thomas Sammons, Consul-General1-
893.911/9Other Internal AffairsNewspapers-Letter to State Dept. from CHINA PRESS discussing the percieved or actual pressures from the British government and Consulate for support during the war.[Thomas F. Millard] THE CHINA PRESS10-
893.796-Curtiss/40Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAviation Exploration, Incorporated.Correspondence inside Legation regarding C.M. Keys and Aviation Exploration, Incorporated.Douglas Jenkins, Consul General3-
893.796-Curtiss/41Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Letter to Secretary Stimson about the intentions of Aviation Exploration, Inc.C.M. Keys, Aviation Exploration, Inc.1-
893.796/26Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAviation Matters at MukdenCorrespondence regarding aviation in China and particularly Mukden, with information about the planned air service.R.P. Tenney, American Consul in Charge2-
893.796/27Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAviation Matters at MukdenInformation regarding and surrounding the construction of a hanger at Mukden.R.P. Tenney, American Consul in Charge4-
893.796/28Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet to report and related correspondence regarding a note from a German firm to import American airplanes [report and correspondence follow].Jacob Gould Schurman, US Ambassador China6-
893.796/29Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationDestruction of 15 Aeroplanes by Fire at Mukden Aerodrome (Chinese)Report of fire which destroyed Chinese aircraft at Mukden.Samuel Sokobin, American Consul in Charge2-
893.796/30Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet and report regarding the Cantonese government wanting to buy airplanes from America.`J.V.A. MacMurray, US Minister China2-
893.911/66Other Internal AffairsNewspapers(none given)Telegram replying to previous request for information about Bronson Rea and his activity with FAR EASTERN REVIEW, stating in the negative the selling of his stock in said company.Charles Tenney, Charge d'Affaires ad interim1-
893.796-Curtiss/11Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationProject for Aviation Development in ChinaFurther correspondence regarding US air service interests in China, with comments from the War Dept.[none given]2-
893.796-Curtiss/12Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Memo to Secretary of War from State regarding the American company possibly using military pilots in China.Nelson Trusler Johnson, Assistant Sec. State.1-
893.796-Curtiss/13Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Memo to Secretary of War from State regarding the American company possibly using military pilots in China.Nelson Trusler Johnson, Assistant Sec. State.1-
893.796-Curtiss/14Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Memo outlining plany by American company to provide US air service in China, possibly using US military personnel.Frank Trusler Johnson, Assistant Sec. Statee3-
894.796-Curtiss/15Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Memo regarding the interest by an American company to provide air service in China.[none given]1-
893.796-Curtiss/16Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Memo regarding the interest by an American company to provide air service in China.[none given]1-
893.796-Curtiss/17Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Memo from Asst. Secretary of State to Legation Charge d'Affaires ad interim regarding the US business interests of air service in China.Nelson Trusler Johnson, Asst. Sec. State1-
893.796-Curtiss/18Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Letter from Asst. Secretary of State to Consul in Canton regarding a US business's interest in air service in China.Nelson Trusler Johnson, Asst. Sec. State1-
893.796-Curtiss/19Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Letter from Asst. Secretary of State to Legation in Hankow regarding a US business's interest in air service in China.Nelson Trusler Johnson1-
893.796-Curtiss/20Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Letter from Asst. Secretary of State to Legation in Mukden regarding a US business's interest in air service in China.Nelson Trusler Johnson, Asst. Sec. State.1-
893.796-Curtiss/21Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationCurtiss-Robertson Airplane Manufacturing CompanyCoversheet to letter of introduction from Curtiss-Robertson Airplane Manufacturing Company [letter follows].Edwin S. Cunningham, American Consul General4-
893.796-Curtiss/22Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationMemorandum on Aviation in ChinaMemo on the current situation in China regarding aviation.Edwin S. Cunningham, American Consul General29-
893.796-Curtiss/23Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Letter from Aviation Exploration, Inc to Legation regarding equipment shipments.[unreadable], Vice-President, Aviation Explortation, Inc.1-
893.796-Curtiss/24Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram asking for instructions regarding the ownership of recently imported aircraft in China by Curtiss Exploration Commission.J.V.A. MacMurray, US Ambassador China6-
893.796-Curtiss/25Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Reply to request for assistance in shipping equipment to China.Stanley K. Hornbeck, Chief Far Eastern Affairs1-
893.796-Curtiss/26Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram to Legation regarding conversation with Curtiss and the dissatisfaction of said company over sale of aircraft.[not given]4-
893.796-Curtiss/28Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Further correspondence over shipping needs of Aviation Exploration, Inc.J.A.B. Smith, Vice-President, Aviation Exploration Inc.--
893.796-Curtiss/29Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Follow-up message to cable informing Curtiss business in China that equipment en route is not to be used for military purposes.[unreadable]2-
893.796-Curtiss/30Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Receipt of letter from Aviation Exploration, Inc., by Legation.Stanley K. Hornbeck, Chief Far Eastern Division1-
893.796-Curtiss/31Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram regarding Curtiss aircraft and company in China.J.V.A. MacMurray, US Ambassador China.3-
893.796-Curtiss/32Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Letter from Aviation Exploratoin Inc to Legation regarding business deals in China.C.M. Keys, Chairman, Aviation Exploration Inc.1-
893.796-Curtiss/33Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Receipt of letter from Sec. State regarding instructions concerning air service interests and C.M. Keys.J.V.A. MacMurray, US Ambassador China1-
893.796-Curtiss/34Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Request for shipping license by Aviation Exploration Inc. to State Dept.J.A.B. Smith, Treasurer, Aviation Exploratoin Inc.1-
893.796-Curtiss/35Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet and report of the arrival of consultants from Curtiss-Robertson Airplane Manufacturing Company to establish an agreement with Nat'l Government.Edwin S. Cunningham2-
893.796-Curtiss/36Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationCurtiss Company's Project in China.Summation of conversation between Mr. Wright of Curtiss Company and Legation.[not given]2-
893.796-Curtiss/37Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Correspondence betweeen Legation and Aviation Exploration, Inc.Stanley K. Hornbeck, Chief Far Eastern Division3-
893.796-Curtiss/38Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Letter and application for license to export equipment by Curtis Aeroplane Export Corporation.J.A.B. Smith, Treasurer, Curtis Aeroplane Export Corp.1-
893.796-Curtiss/39Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Telegram regarding dissatisfaction of Curtiss-Robertson Airplane Manufacturing Company and Aviation Exploration, Inc.J.V.A. MacMurray, US Ambassador China.2-
893.796/56Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet and report concerning the recent purchases by Marshal Liu Hsiang of French aircraft and subsequent military conditions in Chungking Province [report follows].F.P. Lockhart, American Consul General10-
893.796/57Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet to report regarding the flight from England to Amoy, China [report follows].Putnam1-
893.796/58Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet and report about the nonstop flight of an American aircraft from Pakhoi to Yunnanfu [report follows].Chamberlain2-
893.796/59Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet and report from KUNG PAO about Marshall Chang Hsuch Liang promoting the value of air communication [report follows].G.C. Hanson, American Consul2-
893.796/60Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Letter between Legation and AVIATION regarding their mailing list.W. McDonnell, AVIATION1-
893.796/61Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Communication between Legation and AVIATION magazine regarding mailing list.Edward P. Warner, AVIATION4-
893.796/62Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet and report regarding a dispute between the Ministry of Communication and Captain Henderson over pay and duties.Edwin S. Cunningham, US Consul-General14-
893.796/63Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet and report about the project to establish a civil aviation school in Chengtu.F.P. Lockhart, US Consul2-
893.796/64Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationEstablishment of Air Mail Routes from Hankow and Other PointsCorrespondence of conversations between US interests and Chinese interests over establishing air mail routes in ChinaF.P. Lockhart, American Consul-General9-
893.796/65Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationMarket for Aeroplanes in YunnanCorrespondence over the possibility of Yunnanfu government buying American airplanes.Culver B. Chamberlain, American Vice Consul in Charge8-
893.796/66Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationEstablishment of Air Mail Routes From Hankow and Other Points.Information of contracts and routes of air mail service from Hankow into other locations.F.P. Lockhart, American Consul General3-
893.796/67Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationChairman of Provincial Council Travels by Aeroplane to Nanking.Report of Kwangtung Councilman traveling via airplane to Shanghai.Douglas Jenkins, American Consul General3-
893.796/68Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationNegotiations for Projected Air ServiceConfidential information about discussions of air service between Manchouli and Chinwangtao through Harbind and Mukden.M.S. Myers, American Consul in Charge2-
893.796/69Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationAir Transportation in ChinaLengthy report on the air services in Chian, covering American involvement as well as developments [some pages of report missing].L.R. James, American Vice Consul23-
893.796/70Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationInauguration of Shanghai-Hankow Air Mail and Passenger ServiceInformation of newly established Shanghai-Hankow route.F.P. Lockhart, American Consul-General3-
893.796/71Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet to report the suggestion to Ameican company to promote air services in China.Edwin S. Cunningham, US Consul2-
893.796/72Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet and report on the proposed airfield at Swatow [report follows].Smyth2-
893.796/73Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Coversheet to report about the beginning of the Hankow-Shanghai air and passenger service route [nothing follows].Walter A. Adams1-
893.796-Curtiss/1Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Correspondence between Mr. White and Mr. Peck regarding business in China.[none given]1-
893.796-Curtiss/2Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationProposed American Aviation Project in ChinaDespatch concerning a proposed aviation business venture in China by Curtiss Aeroplane Export Corporation.[none given]3-
893.796-Curtiss/3Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Correspondence with Secretary of State regarding American businesses in China and airplanes.M. Keyes2-
893.796-Curtiss/4Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Correspondence with State and POTUS regarding an American aviation company forming in China.Everett Sanders, Secretary to the President4-
893.796-Curtiss/5Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationCommercial Aviation Project of Mr. C.M. KeysInformation regarding the American interests to form a company in China with regards to airplane service.[none given]4-
893.796-Curtiss/6Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Report to American business regarding their intentions to develop an air service in China.Frank B. Kellogg, Secretary of State2-
893.796-Curtiss/7Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And Transportation-Reply from Legation regarding outcome of discussion with American company with air service interests in China.Frank B. Kellogg, Secretary of State1-
893.796-Curtiss/8Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationProject for Aviation Development in ChinaReport of correspondence between Legation and Curtiss Aeroplane Export Corporation regarding company's interests in China.[none given]5-
893.796-Curtiss/9Communication and TransportationOther Means Of Communication And TransportationProject for Aviation Development in China.Report of conversation between Legation and C.M. Keys regarding interests for a US air service in China.[none given]3-
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893.801/33NavigationLaws And RegulationsHarbor Regulations of the Port of HarbinDesptach containing copy of regulations concerning the port of Harbin.G.C. Hanson, US Consul10-
893.8007/41NavigationPiracy-Copy of meeting with Japanese Legation concerning pirate issues in South Chinese waters.Ferdinand L. Mayer14-
893.8007/42NavigationPiracyReport on the SUNNING Piracy Commission.Despatch containing a copied report of the SUNNING Piracy Commission.Roger Culver Tredwell54-
893.8007/43NavigationPiracy-Report with minutes of meeting with Japanese officals discussing the cooperation of fighting against pirates in Chinese waters.J.V.A. MacMurray.11-
893.8007/44NavigationPiracyPiracy in South China WatersDespatch to Legation addressing questions such as protecting the shipping lanes of US interests against pirate attacks.Roger Culver Tredwell, US Consul General19-
893.8007/45NavigationPiracyPiracy in Bias BayDespatch containing a translated article from HUAH TZE JE PAO (18 Jan 1928) discussing the piracy issues in Bias Bay.Roger Culver Tredwell4-
893.8007/46NavigationPiracyChina - Canton - Commerce - PiracyIntelligence report from Navy making observations and conlusions from SUNNING Piracy Commission and new mariticme security regulations of Hongkong.US Navy; USS PITTSBURGH5-
893.8007/47NavigationPiracyNew Piracy Prevention OrdinanceDespatch with new regulations concerning piracy off South Chinese waters; new rules allow police to search vessels.Roger Culver Tredwell, US Consul General6-
893.8007/48NavigationPiracyPiracy in South China WatersDespatch containing comments from Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce in reference to SUNNING priacy report.Roger Culver Tredwell, US Consul General2-
893.8007/49NavigationPiracy-Coversheet and report on launches being built in Hong Kong to combat pirates, with information about the projected vessels [report follows].J.V.A. MacMurray6-
893.8007/50NavigationPiracy-Coversheet and report on information about gunboats being built in Canton against pirates [report follows].Douglas Jenkins, Consul General5-
893.8007/52NavigationPiracy-Coversheet and report of British ship SS SHASI experiencing a pirate atttack, and the captured pirates were subsequently executed. [report follows].J.V.A. MacMurray2-
893.8007/53NavigationPiracy-Coversheet and report about the incident of pirates attacking the SS SHASI [report follows].Walter A. Adams14-
893.8007/54NavigationPiracy-Coversheet and report of the pirating, wrecking, and buring of the SS HSINCHI [report follows].George Atcheson, Jr., American Consul in Charge7-
893.8007/55NavigationPiracy-Coversheet and report to more information regarding the piracy of the steamer SS HSINCHI [report follows].George Atcheson, Jr., US Consul in Charge3-
893.8007/HSIN WAH-1NavigationPiracyPiracy of the SS HSIN WAH.Despatch containing comments about the piracy of HSIN WAH.Roger Culver Tredwell5-
893.8007/1NavigationPiracy-Despatch containing a translation and report prepared by British officials concerning the pirating case of the SS IRENE.J.V.A. MacMurray9-
893.8007/2NavigationPiracy-Handwritten letter to Legation containing more information about the instance of the SS IRENE being attacked by pirates, and the actions taken by 2 nearby British subs during the event.Ching Szu-Chen7-
893.801/0NavigationLaws And RegulationsRemoval of Prohibition regarding the Carrying of GermansDespatch with newspaper clipping from CENTRAL CHINA POST (4 Jan 1915) reporting that British companies are now agreeing to take German citizens on board.Horace [?], American Vice Consul General in Charge3-
893.801/1NavigationLaws And Regulations-Brief note discussing the issue of penalties to US vessels carrying opium [nothing follows].Gauss.1-
893.801/2NavigationLaws And Regulations-Despatch circular discussing the harbor regulations at Chungking, with report of conversation with French and Japanese officials.A.B. Ruddock5-
893.801/3NavigationLaws And Regulations-Transmission to Legation with copies of harbor regulations for Chefoo and Lungkow [regulations follow].A.B. Ruddick13-
893.801/14NavigationLaws And Regulations-Despatch to Legation with supplemental information concerning Upper Yangtze Maritime Navigation Regulations.Jacob Gould Schurman9-
893.801/15NavigationLaws And Regulations-Series of long correspondence inside Legation concerning previous memo on supplements to Yangtze maritive regulations.Jacob Gould Schurman28-
893.801/16NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet to report on method and extent of shipping and shipping lanes in Swatow [nothing follows].[none given]1-
893.801/17NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet to report concerning the offices of Kiaochow Bay and Port of Tsingtau becoming operational and using revised regulations [nothing follows].[?] Warren1-
893.801/18NavigationLaws And RegulationsNight Lights for Steam and Motor Launches, etc., Amoy.Despatch discussing the mandate that all vessles in Amoy Harbor have lights for night operation and collision prevention.A.E. Carleton6-
893.801/19NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet to report on conditions of trade and intercourse on Upper Yangtze [nothing follows].Jacob Gould Schurman1-
893.801/20NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet to report filed by Admiral Phelps concerning varous phases of Upper Yangtze [nothing follows].Jacob Gould Shurman1-
893.801/23NavigationLaws And RegulationsHarbor RegulationsTransmission of item from 1923 Harbor Regulations for Shanghai.Edwin S. Cunningham, US Consul-General2-
893.801/29NavigationLaws And Regulations-Correspondence between Robert Dollar Company and Legation over the delay of shipping resulting from movement during change in tide levels.[J.L. Ekman], Asa F. Davison, Fleet Corporation6-
893.801/30NavigationLaws And Regulations-Telegram and following report about the decision of the Shanghai Harbormaster to limit shipping movements during ebb tides.Edwin S. Cunningham, US Consul General5-
893.801/31NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet to report informing Legation about the opening of certain waterways in Hupeh to motorized American vessels [report follows].P.S. Heintzleman, Consul General4-
893.801/32NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet and report regarding the Chinese refusing access to inland waterways to US vessels and the payments requested for such usage is extortion [report follows].J.V.A. MacMurray12-
893.801/49NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet and report informing Legation on the expected closing of West River by Canton Gov't in order to help capture Wuchow; evacuations will be allowed [report follows].J.V.A. MacMurray.3-
893.801/50NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet and report concerning the previous report on the closing of the West River to limit maritime movement during military operations [report follows.J.V.A. MacMurray5-
893.801/51NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet and report of translated despatch from Chinese officals addressing the closing of the West River to foreign maritime vessels because of an impending attack [report follows].Douglas Jenkins, US Consul General7-
893.801/52NavigationLaws And Regulations-Desptach to Legation commenting on the closing of the West River and any subsequent actions or results.J.V.A. MacMurray3-
893.801/53NavigationLaws And RegulationsMerchant Marine Harbor Control. Navigation LawsDespatch with transcribed quote from KUO MIN NEWS AGENCY concerning the origins of Shanghai maritime navigation laws.Edwin S. Cunningham, US Consul General.2-
893.801/54NavigationLaws And RegulationsForeign Merchant Ships in Chinese WatersDespatch containing an excerpt from THE CHINA TRUTH (28 Sep 1929) addressing concernings of the Chinese toward foreign ships and shipowners in Chinese waters.Douglas Jenkins, US Consul General5-
893.801/57NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet and report addressing growing issue of inland water navigation by Chinese nationalists [report follows].Edwin S. Cunningham, US Consul General3-
893.801/58NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet and report on the blockading of the West River by Cantonese government [report follows].Douglas Jenkins, US Consul General3-
893.801/59NavigationLaws And RegulationsCoastal and River Navigation RightsLegation communication concerning the growing issue of inland water navigation rights, with article from CHINA WEEKLY REVIEW (12 Oct 1929).Edwin S. Cunningham, US Consul General5-
893.801/60NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet and report stating Legation has been informed of the complete blockading of the West River to warships after 21 Nov 1929 [report follows].J.V.A. MacMurray2-
893.801/63NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet and report detailing extension of blockade on West River, with mines and nets in use [report follows].Perkins4-
893.801/64NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet and report informing Legation about the deadline extension of the West River closure in exchange for cooperation from American vessels to leave vicinity.Perkins2-
893.801/65NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet and report addressing the continuing issue of inland water navigation by foreign vessels [report follows].Edwin S. Cunningham4-
893.801/66NavigationLaws And Regulations-Telegram to Legation informing of the offer to retroceed China's inland and coastal navigation rights.Perkins1-
893.801/67NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet to report informing Legation of the displacement of Chinese ships on the Foochow-Shanghai run by British ships [nothing follows].Samuel Sokobin1-
893.801/68NavigationLaws And Regulations-Transcribed report from KUO MIN NEWS AGENCY (25 Oct 1929) concerning the continuing issue of Chinese inland navigation rights.KOU MIN NEWS AGENCY1-
893.801/69NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet and report stating maritime traffic on West River can resume because of ending hostilities by Cantonese government at Wuchow [report follows].Douglas Jenkins2-
893.801/70NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet and report discussing the closing of the West River, including Legation correspondence on the matter [report follows].Douglas Jenkins8-
893.801/71NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet and report commenting on the use of armed guards on various shipping companies on the Yangtze [report follows].F.P. Lockhart2-
893.801/72NavigationLaws And RegulationsEmbargo at WoosungReport to Legation enclosing the correspondence addressing the embargo of goods from vessels entering port of Woosung.Edwin S. Cunningham, US Consul General6-
893.801/73NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet and report on the continuing discussions regarding inland waterway navigation rights, with the Kuomintang now entering the discussions [report follows].Edwin S. Cunningham, US General Consul3-
893.801/74NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet and report addressing the closing of the West River [report follows].Douglas Jenkins, US Consul General3-
893.801/1NavigationLaws And Regulations-Telegram to Legation discussing recent events concerning port security at Woosung.J.V.A. MacMurray2-
893.801/1.2NavigationLaws And Regulations-Second telegram in discussion regarding port security regarding inspection rights and signals.J.V.A. MacMurray.2-
893.801/1.3NavigationLaws And Regulations-Telegram contiuing conversation concerning foreign naval forces in inland waterway in China.J.V.A. MacMurray.2-
893.801/3NavigationLaws And RegulationsInspection of Vessels at Woosung.Telegram to Legation cocerning the inspection of vessels at Woosung [telegram is cut off; not included].[unknown]1-
893.801/4NavigationLaws And Regulations-Report for Legation concerning the Chinese illegally stopping and searching the American ship SS CHI CHUEN.J.V.A. MacMurray9-
893.801/5NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet and report on two events: the illegal detainment and search of the SS CHI CHUEN, and an incident between USS PENAY sailors and Chinese soldiers at Ichang [report follows].J.V.A. MacMurray19-
893.801/6NavigationLaws And RegulationsFracas between American Sailors and Chinese Soldiers at IchangA report to Legation of an incident between Ameican Navy personnel and Chinese soldiers over the searchings of the SS EI CHUEN.F.P. Lockhart, American Consul General3-
893.803/0NavigationRatesRequest for Date Relative to Yangtse River Freight RatesRequest from American business regarding the freight rates on the Yangtse River between Hankow and Shanghai.M.F. Perkins1-
893.8007/16NavigationPiracy-Report on the pirating of the S.S. TUNGCHOW and accompanying articles from NORTH CHINA STANDARD (24 Dec. 1925, 25 Dec. 1925, 27 Dec. 1925)Ferdinand Mayer, Counselor5-
893.8007/17NavigationPiracy-More correspondence with two newspaper articles from PEKING AND TIENTSIN TIMES (4 Jan 1926) containing personal accounts of the hijacking of the SS TUNGCHOW.J.A.V. MacMurray9-
893.8007/18NavigationPiracy-Report to Legation concerning to pirate attack on the S.S. SUNNING, with newspaper clippings from SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST (20 Nov 1926).Roger Culver Tredwell, Amreican Consul General12-
893.8007/19NavigationPiracyPiracy in the Waters of South ChinaReport to Legation concerning to pirate attack on the S.S. SUNNING, with newspaper clippings from SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST (20 Nov 1926).Roger Culver Tredwell7-
893.8007/20NavigationPiracyPiracy in South China WatersCorrespondence between Legation concerning the issue of piracy in South China waters, and to inform Legation regarding discussions with local police to establish relationship and provide support.Roger Culver Tredwell, US Consul General5-
893.8007/21NavigationPiracyPiracyFurther correspondence inside Legation concerning the issue of piracy and a multi-national effort to fight against them.Roger Culver Tredwell3-
893.8007/22NavigationPiracyPiracy in Chinese WatersReport for Legation concerning the continuing problem of pirates in South China waters, with report of attack on S.S. SEANG BEE and listing ofrecent piracy incidents.Roger Culver Tredwell, US Consul General7-
893.8007/23NavigationPiracyPunative Expidition to Bias BayReport on response to recent pirate activity by American and British military forces in South China waters.Roger Culver Tredwell5-
893.8007/24NavigationPiracyPiracy in South China WatersReport to Legation concerning the recent issues of pirates and foreign vessels, with a list of recently pirated vessels and information on those vessels.Roger Culver Tredwell, US Consul General11-
893.8007/25NavigationPiracyPiracy in the China SeaDespatch containing transcription of THE STRAITS TIMES (6 May 1927).Addison E. Southard, American Consul General5-
893.8007/26NavigationPiracy-Coversheet and report concerning certain areas off Chinese waters which are favorable or harbor pirates [report follows].J.V.A. MacMurray.3-
893.8007/27NavigationPiracy-Coversheet and report on pirate activity in Chinese waters [report follows].Mayer, US Consul3-
893.8007/28NavigationPiracyInternational Cooperation to suppress Piracies in China.Brief report detailing the actions of the international community (British, Norwegian, French, US) have taken to curb or end pirate activity off South China coast, with list of ships in area and recommendations.Douglas Jenkins, US Consul28-
893.8007/29NavigationPiracyRecent Piracies and British Reprisals.Reply to Legation acknowledging transmission of articles from PEKING & TIENTSIN TIMES (5 Sep 1927) concerning British naval action against pirats, and comments regarding action [no article attached].Harold Shants, US Consul in Charge.6-
893.8007/30NavigationPiracyPiracy in South China Waters- Attitude of the Hong Kong GovernmentCorrespondence between Legation and local Hong Kong government officials discussing the cooperation of the Cantonese government, with supplemental reports on recent pirate activity.Roger Culver Tredwell, US Consul General30-
893.8007/31NavigationPiracy-Long telegram discussing the issue of ships which might fall prey to pirates and what can be done to avoid that, as well as the issue of transmitting classified messages via wireless raidio.Ferdinand Mayer.24-
893.8007/32NavigationPiracy-Telegram informing Legation of another pirate incident, SS SIANGTAN.Mayer1-
893.8007/33NavigationPiracy-Telegram informing Legation about French cooperation against pirates.J.V.A. MacMurray1-
893.8007/34NavigationPiracy-Telegram from Legation regarding the ongoing issue with pirates off South China waters, and informs Legation of the continued detainment of the SIANGTAN captain.J.V.A. MacMurray1-
893.8007/35NavigationPiracy-Radio report to Secretary of Navy advising against a joint (international) excursion against pirates in chinese waters.Commander Asiatic Fleet2-
893.8007/36NavigationPiracy-Telegram informing Legation of release of captain of SIANGTAN by pirates through ransom.J.V.A. MacMurray.1-
893.8007/37NavigationPiracy-Telegrams to Legation informing of pirate cooperation in other areas in China and unwise perform any action which might cause disfavor and unrest in these sections.J.V.A. MacMurray5-
893.8007/38NavigationPiracyPiracy in Kwangtung ProvinceDespatch containing report by British officials covering the instances of piracy in Kwangtung Province since 1914 [report follows].J.C. Huston, US Consul In Charge30-
893.8007/37NavigationPiracy-Despatch to Legation reporting on the passing of a bill from Hong Kong Legislative Council called "An Ordinance to Amend the Law Relating to the Suppression of Piracy," with a copy of bill.Roger Culver Tredwell, US Consul General13-
893.8007/40NavigationPiracyPiracy in Kwangtung ProvinceDespatch in response to previous cable, with report with two letters from Standard Oil Company concerning the recent pirate attacks on their ships.J.C. Huston, US Consul in Charge.7-
893.801/34NavigationLaws And RegulationsRestriction of Navigaiton between Hankow and ChangshaDespatch with information about treaty rights and restricted access of inland waterwahy between Hankow and Changsha.J.C. Vincent, American Consul in Charge3-
893.801/35NavigationLaws And Regulations-Correspondence between Chinese and American individuals conerning the use of Chinese waterways and treaty rights.J.V.A. MacMurray5-
893.801/36NavigationLaws And Regulations-Radio message informing Legation about the ending of the suspension of American maritime traffic above Ichang.[U.S. Navy]1-
893.801/37NavigationLaws And Regulations-Further correspondence between Legation and Chinese officials concerning the issue of restricting US vessels on the Yangtze River.Douglas Jenkins, Consul General9-
893.801/38NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet to report on a proposed alteration of the regulations of the Tientsin Harbor [nothing follows].C.E. Gauss.1-
893.801/39NavigationLaws And RegulationsRegulations for the Control of Vessels in Chekiang Province.Communication between Legation and Chinese Comiissioner for Foreign Affairs concerning the regulations for Chekiang Province.Edwin S. Cunningham, US Consul General9-
893.801/40NavigationLaws And RegulationsShipping Conditions on the Upper YangtzeCorrespondence between Legation and A.H Tessier concerning British, American, and Chinese shipping issues ont the Yangtze.F.P. Lockhart, American Consul General.6-
893.801/41NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet and report alleging the order by Yang Sen that no foreign ships will be allowed above Wanhsien on Yangtze River [report follows].F.P. Lockhart3-
893.801/42NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet to report on the firing on of US merchant ships above Ichang by local Chinese near Wanhsien [report follows].J.V.A. MacMurray.2-
893.801/43NavigationLaws And RegulationsRules issued by the Shipping Control Bureau of Chungking.Despatch containing article from TA CHUNG HUA JIH PAO (7 May 1928) reporting 14 rules for foreign and Chinese steamers on Upper Yangtze.F.P. Lockhart7-
893.801/44NavigationLaws And RegulationsRegulations for the Control of Vessels in Chekiang Province.Despatch addressing and commenting on the regulattions for controlling vessels in the Chekiang province.J.V.A. MacMurray4-
893.801/45NavigationLaws And RegulationsRegulations for the Control of Vessels in Cheking ProvinceFurther correspondence from Legation addressing the regulations for maritime vessels in the Cheking Province.Edwin S. Cunningham, US Consul-General67
893.801/47NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet and report concerning sailing on Yangtze River between certain times to avoid possible hostile fire from shoreline [report follows].F.P. Lockhart, US Consul General2-
893.801/48NavigationLaws And Regulations-Coversheet and report on the alleged mining of the Yangtze river [report follows].F.P. Lockhart, US Consul General7-
893.8007/10NavigationPiracy-Correspondence regarding the Robert Dollar Company's cancellation of certain contracts as a result of the looting of their cargo on TZE SHUI.Jacob Gould Schurman, US Consul.3-
893.8007/11NavigationPiracyBandits Attempt to Kidnap Foreigners on Upper Yangtze.Report on attempted kidnapping of Canadians on a mission trip in the Upper Yangtze, with a list of those affected and a recap of events.C.J. Spiker, US Consul5-
893.8007/12NavigationPiracy-Report outlining the past piracy issues in the Shanghai/Canton/HongKong port areas, media outlet responses, and reactions regarding curbing any further piracy.Jacob Gould Schurman15-
893.8007/13NavigationPiracyRobert Dollar Company¿s Cancellation of Agencies for Three Chinese SteamersCopies of correspondence inside Legation regarding the US Navy's role in the TZE SHUI incident and Robert Dollar Company's cargo.C.J. Spiker, American Consul7-
893.8007/14NavigationPiracyPirating of the S.S. NINGSHINReport on the issue of the S.S. NINGSHIN.Ernest B. Price, American Consul.4-
893.8007/15NavigationPiracy-Telegram informing legation about the ship SS TUNGCHOW being stopped by pirates, what happened, and the effects of the attack.J.V.A. MacMurray1-
893.8007/15.5NavigationPiracyPiracy and Measures of Prevention.Formal report to State Dept. on the recent issues of piracy off Chinese waters and possible measures to guard against re-occuring instances. Includes report of SUI AN incident and government regulations concerning maritime security.A.E. Carleton, American Consul in Charge35-
893.80/0NavigationNavigationOpening of Certain Chinese Inland Water to Steam Navigation.Correspondence concerning the admittance of the Chia Ling River and the Chungking-Ichang section of the Yangtze River for steam vessels.Walter A. Adams, American Consul7-
893.80/1NavigationNavigationThe Position of the Shipping of Shanghai in Relation to that of all China, with chart and graph.Information about Shanghai shipping statistics, comparing tonnage of leading ports in China.J.E. Jacobs, American Consul in Charge.5-
893.80/2NavigationNavigation-Inter-Legation correspondence discussing the issue of opening inland waterways to civilian traffic while avoiding possible conclicts with the maritime military forces.J.V.A. MacMurray.4-
893.80/3NavigationNavigationOpening of Certain Chinese Inland Waters to Steam NavigationFuther correspondence concerning the issue of opening inland waters to steam navigation and the potiential problems of that actions.Walter A. Adams, American Consul.9-
893.80/4NavigationNavigationNavigation on the Sungari RiverReport for Legation on the details of the Sungari River.G.C. Hanson, US Consul9-
893.80/5NavigationNavigationNavigation on the Amur River.Information concerning the Amur River.G.C. Hanson, US Consul6-
893.80/6NavigationNavigationNavigation on the Amur RiverPhotographs to accompany some of the details or locations mentioned in previous document regarding Amur River [nothing follows].G.C. Hanson, US Consul1-
893.80/7NavigationNavigationNavigation on the Sungari RiverPhotographs to accompany some of the details or locations mentioned in previous document regarding Sangari River [nothing follows].G.C. Hanson, US Consul9-
893.8007/1NavigationPiracyPiracyBrief note regarind an encounter between a pirate junk and Chinese Revenue vessel off coast of Chefuoo, and the pirate ship was sunk but government boat crew sustained injuries.John F. Jewell [?], American Consul1-
893.8007/2NavigationPiracyPiracy of the S.S. KWANG LEEArticle from HONG KONG DAILY PRESS (19 Dec 1921) discussing the KWANG LEE, its homeport, and its destination.[unreadable], Consul5-
893.8007/3NavigationPiracyPiracy of SUI ANCopy of description of the events surrounding the SUI AN being taken prisoner, from articles from SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST (21 Nov 1922, 22 Nov 1922).R.P. Tenney, American Consul in Charge.11-
893.8007/4NavigationPiracySUI AN piracyMore correspondence concerning the incindent of a pirate ship attacking SUI AN, with articles from SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST (9 Feb 1923).R.P. Tenney, American Consul in Charge6-
893.8007/5NavigationPiracyAttempt of pirates upon the FATSHANInter-Legation report about the attempted piracy on the British steamer FATSHAN between Canton and Hongong, with articles from SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST (9 Feb 1923).F.P. Tenney, US Consul in Charge5-
893.8007/6NavigationPiracyThe piracy of the Chinese steamer TAI SHUN.Report on the piracy of TAI SHUN, with information about the boat and its cargo.William H. Gale, Consul General2-
893.8007/7NavigationPiracyMurder of Captain F. Brandt and Looting of the Chinese Steamer TZE SHUI.Legation correspondece about the murder of Capt. Brandy, with comments from commander of U.S. PALOS [reels extremely hard to read].C.J. Spiker, American Consul20-
893.8007/8NavigationPiracyRobert Dollar Company's Cancellation of Agencies for Three Chinese Steamers.Correspondence between the Robert Dollar Company and various Chinese agencies who provide steamer service because of the recent "difficulties" experienced in Chinese waters with pirates.C.J. Spiker, US Consul7-
893.8007/9NavigationPiracy-Inter-Legation correspondence and comments about the attack on the TZE SHUI.Jacob Gould Schurman3-
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893.811/115NavigationRivers-Comments from Legation concerning oranization and fiscal control elements of Huai River Conservancy contract.Paul S. Reinsch15-
893.811/116NavigationRivers-Telegram and reply concerning instructions over Huai River Conservancy.Paul Reinsch.2-
893.811/117NavigationRiversConstruction Work-$20,000,000 Improvement for Hwai River District, ChinaReport on the departure of C.D. Jameson for the US and the conversation regarding US businesses wanting to participate in the construction process in China.Thomas Sammons, US Consul-General2-
893.811/118NavigationRivers-Copy of tripartite agreement between Hukuang Railway Company, foreign banking groups, and Chief Accountant, to be possibly used in connection with Huai River Conservancy Loan.Paul Reinsch8-
893.811/119NavigationRivers-Copy of letter from American Red Cross to State Dept reviewing the Huai River Conservancy project contract and events of agreement.[unreadable]6-
893.811/120NavigationRivers-Telegram informing State Dept. that Chinese official capable of meeting and answering questions regarding Huai River Conservancy is expected in Washington, D.C. shortly.Paul Reinsch1-
893.811/121NavigationRivers-Telegram from Chinese Legation in Washington instructing Chinese offical to begin negotiations with Red Cross.Waichiao Pu.1-
893.811/122NavigationRivers-Telegram to State from Legation advising possible negotiation for preferential treatment on goods and equipment needed for Huai River Conservancy project.Paul Reinsch.1-
893.811/123NavigationRivers-Despatch containing further comments from Legation concerning the financial loan for the Huai River Conservancy Loan.Paul Reinsch5-
893.811/124NavigationRivers-Telegram and report concerning Chang Chien's advisement by a Dutch engineer as he tours Huai River Conservancy areas.Paul Reinsch2-
893.811/125NavigationRivers-Telegram between Legation and State Dept. concerning a supplemental survey and comments on the role of a Dutch enginneer who accompanies Chang Chien.Paul S. Reinsch.3-
893.811/126NavigationRivers-Telegrams informing State Dept about Chinese promise of payment for supplementary survey and informing Legation of agreement with US business to perform additional survey.Paul Reinsch3-
893.811/127NavigationRivers-Telegrams to State Dept and Legation concerning the supplemental surveys and the possible postponement of further talks with Chang Chien.Paul Reinsch.5-
893.811/129NavigationRivers-Correspondence between Chinese Legation in Washington and State Dept. concerning the personnel submitted to undertake the supplemental survey as well as when they are to be expected.[?] Shah, Chinese Legation Washington2-
893.811/128NavigationRivers-Telegram to State Dept from Legation conveying gratitude to US and American Red Cross for all the work accomplished so far.Paul Reinsch.1-
893.811/33NavigationRivers-Despatch reporting on the Whangpoo Conservancy, with additional reports.W.J.[?] Calhoun35-
893.811/34NavigationRiversConservancy of the Liao RiverDespatch containing correspondence between Legation and British officials concerning Liao River, with transcribed report of speech by Chow Taotai.[?] Williams, Vice Consul in Charge14-
893.811/35NavigationRiversLiao River ConservancyDespatch forwarding corrected copies of tax tables to help pay for Liao River Conservancy.[?] Williams4-
893.811/36NavigationRiversNewspaper ClippingsDespatch containing newspaper clippings from SHANGHAI TIMES (11 Aug 1910, 12 Aug 1910) and CHINA GAZETTE (19 Aug 1910) discussing the Whangpoo Conservancy, with a brief comment on the bias of each article.Amos P. Wedin, Consul General5-
893.811/37NavigationRiversRiver Regulations affecting steamship traffic between Ichang and Chungking.Despatch alleging irregular river rules or observances in effect between Ichang and Chungking.Albert W. Pontius, Consul12-
893.811/38NavigationRivers-Memo for Legation discussing the progress of the Liao River Conservancy and the funds needed for it.W.J. Calhoun, US Consul2-
893.811/39NavigationRiversNewspaper ClippingsDespatch with newspaper article clippings from THE SHANGHAI TIMES (12 Dec 1910, 15 Dec 1920) and THE NORTH CHINA DAILY NEWS (12 Dec 1910, 13 Dec 1910) discussing the Whangpoo Conservancy.Amos P. Wedin, US Consul-General10-
893.811/40NavigationRiversPurchase of Materials for the Liao River ConservancyCorrespondence between Legation and about past negotiations concerning the Liao River Conservancy and the agreement reached.William P. Kent, US Consul15-
893.811/41NavigationRiversPurchase of Dredger for the Liao River ConservancyDiscussion of the purchase of the dredger for the Liao River Conservancy, in particular which company receives the bid.William P. Kent, Consul5-
893.811/42NavigationRiversPurchase of dredger for the Liao River ConservancyCorrespondence inside Legation concerning the issue of the dredger and tender for the Liao River Conservancy.William P. Kent, Consul10-
893.811/43NavigationRiversLiao River ConservacyCorrespondence between consuls in Newchwang and Peking concerning the right to demand open contract negotiations for the tenders on the Liao River..William P. Kent, Consul7-
893.811/44NavigationRiversLiao River ConservancyReport to Legation discussing the ending of cooperationg between Chinese and foreign officials concerning the Liao River Conservancy, the the resumption of independent action by US/British officials.William P. Kent, Consul.8-
893.811/44aNavigationRivers-Telegram discussing American Red Cross's desire to send engineers to survey rivers to help prevent future famine/floods.[unreadable]1-
893.811/76NavigationRivers-Series of telegrams to and from Legation discussing American Red Cross engineer Jameson leading conservancy effort in China because of previous work and integrity/timeliness.W.J. Calhoun3-
893.811/77NavigationRivers-Despatch containing memos requesting Jameson's report on river conservancy in China.Alvey A. Adee3-
893.811/78NavigationRivers-Despatch containing circulars on Trade Regulations on the Yangtze River.W.J. Calhoun, US Consul3-
893.811/79NavigationRiversNew Channel Through Taku Bar- Abandonment of Ferguson ChannelReport to Legation on the opening of the new Taku Bar channel of the mouth of the Haiho and the closing of the old Ferguson Channel, with notification of the harbor master and map.Samuel [?], Consul General5-
893.811/80NavigationRivers-Despatch containing a copied memoradum from Mr. Jameson to Chinese officals regarding improvement to rivers to prevent flooding.W.J. Calhoun, US Consul3-
893.811/81NavigationRivers-Despatch containing two newspaper clippings from Japanese paper ANTUNG SHIMPO (11 April 1913) [articles follow).[undreadable], US Consul10-
893.811/82NavigationRivers-Despatch containing a copy of a lengthy and detailed pamphlet called "Conservancy Work in China" written by Chang Chien, containing maps.E.T. Williams, US Charge d'Affaires.45-
893.811/83NavigationRiversRed Cross Engineer's Preliminary Report.Despatch informing State Dept about the absence of Jameson's report because of depleted stock.Amos P. Weldin, US Consul General1-
893.811/84NavigationRivers-Letter addressed to President W. Wilson from American Presbyterian Mission in China attempting to influence President to urge China to adopt measures to prevent further river issues, and a repsonse from White House counsel.American Presbyterian Mission3-
893.811/85NavigationRivers-A copy of the report written by C.D. Jameson, an engineer employed by American Red Cross, on the Conservancy of the Anhhi and KiangsuE.T. Williams, US Charge d'Affaires27-
893.811/86NavigationRivers-Correspondence between Legation and Chinese Minister Foreign Affairs regarding Huai River Conservancey and C.D. Jameson.E.T. Williams, US Charge d'Affaires7-
893.811/87NavigationRivers-Despatch containing correspondence between Legation and Chinese officials regarding the appointment of the engineer -in-chief for the Huai River Conservancy project.E.T. Williams, US Charge d'Affaires4-
893.811/88NavigationRivers-Copy of correspondence between Legation and Chinese Foreign Office regarding the Huai River Conservancey.E.T. Williams, US Charge d'Affaires26-
893.811/89NavigationRivers-Letter from American Red Cross to Secretary of State reviewing the need for more work by US officials to ensure flood/famine risks in China are reduced.[George W. Davis, Chairman], Amerian Red Cross14-
893.811/90NavigationRivers-Report on the halting of the dredging of the Yalu by the South Manchuria Railway Company.[unreadable], American Consul2-
893.811/91NavigationRivers-Letter to President Wilson from American Red Cross imploring US government to pressure Chinese officials to take river conservency serious.[Mabel T. Boardman], American Red Cross1-
893.811/92NavigationRivers-Letter to State Dept. from American Red Cross asking US gov't to pressure Chinese officials to begin seriously acting to solve flood issues.[Mabel T. Boardman], American Red Cross1-
893.811/93NavigationRivers-Letter to J.B. Moore from Mrs. Mabel T. Boardman, American Red Cross, and reply discussing Chinese officials being slow to act to solve flood and famine issues.[Mabel T. Boardman], American Red Cross4-
893.811/94NavigationRivers-Correspondence inside Legation and with local Chinese officials regarding the position of employment of C.D. Jameson and the Huai Ho River Conservancy project.E.T. Williams, US Charge d'Affaires5-
893.811/95NavigationRivers-Despatch with clipping from ANTO SHIMPO (22 Aug 1913) discussing the postponement of the dedging of the Yalu River [clipping follows].Williams, US Consul7-
893.811/96NavigationRiversRevival of the Liao River Conservancy SchemeDespatch report to Legation on the resumption of the Liao River Conservancy through an agreement with local Chinese officials.George Birkford, US Vice Consul in Charge15-
893.811/97NavigationRiversDredging of the YaluReport to Legation about the South Manchuria Railway Company's withdrawal of plans to dredge Yalu River.Edwin [?], Consul1-
893.811/98NavigationRivers-Telegram and reply to Secretary of State from American Red Cross informing Dept of Chinese officials request for funds before initiating Huai River restoration.Paul Reinsch3-
893.811/99NavigationRivers-Telegram to Dept. of State from American Red Cross concerning Chinese requiring American funds to pay for Huai River Conservancy, stating reply shortly forthcoming.[Mabel T. Boardman], American Red Cross1-
893.811/100NavigationRivers-Telegram to State Dept from American Red Cross requesting US gov provide initial funds to Chinese to begin process of ensuring flooding of Huai river is contained or prevented.[George Davis], Chairman American Red Cross4-
893.811/101NavigationRivers-Correspondence between Legation and Chinese Foreign Office concerning Huai River Conservancy, with comments from American Red Cross to suppliment discussion, with copy of conditions in which US Red Cross is allowed to work in North Kiangsu/North Anhui for river conservancy.Paul S. Reinsch21-
893.81/1NavigationWaterwaysThe North-Eastern Water Way Office Opened at Harbin.Despatch to Legation regarding the opening of a new bureau in Harbin called the North-Eastern Waterway Office.G.C. Hanson3-
893.811/0NavigationRivers-Correspondence between State Dept and American Red Cross concerning flood relief efforts in China.Alvey A. Adee, Second Asst. Secretary2-
893.811/29NavigationRivers-Despatch with newspaper clippings from NORTH CHINA DAILY NEWS (18 March 1909, 19 March 1909) discussing Huangpu Conservancy.[unknown]9-
893.811/30NavigationRivers-Despatch with newspaper articles from NORTH CHINA DAILY NEWS (14 May 1910) giving the quarterly report for the Conservancy Board of the Whangpoo River.[W.S. Calhoun??]8-
893.811/31NavigationRivers-Despatch containing correspondence between Legation and Wai wu Pu concerning the Whangpoo Conservancy and Chinese obligations regarding it.[?] Calhoun.16-
893.811/32NavigationRivers-Despatch containing article clipping from NORTH CHINA DAILY NEWS (20 June 1910) concerning the inspection visit by the Whangpoo Conservancy and Shanghai Society of Engineers and Architects.W.J. Calhoun[?]2-
893.811/65NavigationRivers-Legation memo discussing the make-up of the board of the Whangpoo River Conservancy.[not given]2-
893.811/66NavigationRiversWhangpoo ConservancyDespatch containing massive and thorough report "Project for the continued Whangpoo Regulation" by Whangpoo Conservancy Board.Amos P. Wilder, US Consul-General103-
893.811/67NavigationRiversClip[ing re: famine mattersNewspaper clippings from NORTH CHINA DAILY NEWS (31 Oct 1911) and SHANGHAI MERCURY (1 Nov 1911) as well as preliminary report of C.D. Jameson of his survey of the flood and famine region of North Anhi and North Kiangsu, with tables and maps.Amos P. Wilder, US Consul General103-
893.811/68NavigationRivers-Copied circular discussing the monthly taxing to pay for the up-keep of the Hai Ho Conservancy.W.J. Calhoun, US Consul5-
893.811/69NavigationRivers-Copy of circular covering final outcome of Hai Ho River Conservancy and monthly taxes.W.J. Calhoun, US Consul7-
893.811/70NavigationRivers-Despatch reporting on the selection of J.N. Jameson to be the American representative on the Whangpoo River Conservancy Board.W.J. Calhoun, US Consul5-
893.811/71NavigationRivers-Despatch informing Legation of J.N. Jameson accepting the position he was nominated for concerning the American seat on the Board of the Whangpoo River Conservancy.W.J. Calhoun, US Consul2-
893.811/72NavigationRivers-Letter to Legation regarding the satisfaction of the nominated American candidate to the Board of the Whangpoo Conservancy.W.J. Calhoun, US Consul4-
893.811/73NavigationRiversRiver Conservancy Tax at ShanghaiReport informing Legation that in order to maintain funds for the Whangpoo River Conservancy, a tax on imported/exported itesm has been imposed.W. Roderick Dorsey, US Vice-Consul General in Charge2-
893.811/74NavigationRivers-A copy of the report from Charles D. Jameson from Amrican Red Cross on the issue of flood and famine in the North Anhui and North Kiangsu areas in China [no report follows].W.J. Calhoun3-
893.811/75NavigationRivers-Despatch containing correspondence between White House and American Red Cross over the possibility of improving river conditions in China to prevent further disastes, and a portion from report on survey from C.D. Jameson.[unreadable]23-
893.811/149NavigationRiversConservancy of the Liao River; duty-free goods exempt from the surtax chargeLetter from Legation to State Dept. discussing the issue of the make-up of the Liao River Conservancy Executive Board, and a brief comment on the issue of taxing of goods imported into China with regards to the Liao River survey project.Albert W. Pontius, US Consul.4-
893.811/45NavigationRiversProposed Agreement for the Liao River ConservancyCorrespondence commenting on the contract to buy a dreger for the Liao River, as well as the contract itself.W.P. Kent, US Consul11-
893.811/46NavigationRivers-Series of three telegrams in reponse to American Red Cross's request to send an engineer to survey Chinese rivers to help prevent future enviromental issues.W.J. Calhoun, US Consul3-
893.811/47NavigationRiversRiver Conservancy and Famine MeasuresDespatch containing transcribed translations of three speeches to Kiangsu Provincial Assembly concerning famine and river issues in Kiangsu.[?], US Consul in Nanking15-
893.811/48NavigationRivers-Telegram transmitting the employment of an American engineer to survey rivers.W.J. Calhoun1-
893.811/49NavigationRivers-Memorandum inside Legation summerizing details of American Red Cross workers in China.[unknown]2-
893.811/50NavigationRivers-Telegram and report concerning the American Red Cross's intentions and activities egarding rivers in China.P.C. Knox2-
893.811/51NavigationRivers-Legation circular in French with English comments concerning the American Red Cross in China and passport fees.A.B. Ruddock, US Consul5-
893.811/52NavigationRivers-Memo and telegram requesting information about itinerary of Mr. Jameson for his trip to China.[unknown]2-
893.811/53NavigationRivers-Response to request for itinerary information of C.D. Jameson of American Red Cross.[unreadable], Chairman Central Committee5-
893.811/54NavigationRiversScheme for the Recleamation of land in Famine AreaDespatch containing official notes of T.J. Bourne, District Engineer of Pukow-Tientsin Rail, concerning reclamation of famine-affected lands in China.Amos P. Wilder, Consul General11-
893.811/55NavigationRivers-Report on the communication between Legation and the Whangpoo River Conservancy officials concerning a new plan for the river, with a newspaper clipping from PEKING AND TIENTSIN TIMES (19 June 1911).W.J. Calhoun, US Consul4-
893.811/56NavigationRivers-Correspondence to Legation concerning the communication to Chinese officials of the early arrival of Red Cross engineer to survey Chinese rivers, and a copy of NATIONAL REVIEW (1 July 1911) discussing work needed [no article follows].[unknown], US Charge d'Affaires4-
893.811/57NavigationRiversAgreement and Regulations governing the Liao River and Bar Conservancy Board.Announcement of conclusion of negotiations between US and Chinese officials concerning the Liao River and conservation works, with a copy of agreement in English and Chinese.William P. Kent, US Consul26-
893.811/58NavigationRivers-Correspondence inside Legatoin concerning the issue of a dredger and other equipment for use on the Liao River by the Conservancy.[unknown], US Charge d'Affaires10-
893.811/59NavigationRivers-Report to Legation informing of the arrival of Red Cros engineer C.D. Jameson into China and his future intentions inside the country.[unknown], Charge d'Affaires4-
893.811/60NavigationRiversTwo cases of intruments for Mr. C.D. JamesonBrief note informing State Dept regarding C.D. Jameson's equipment not being charged duties upon entering China.Amos P. Wilder, US Consul-General1-
893.811/61NavigationRiversTrade on the YangtzeDespatch containing transcribed copies of two articles from NORTH CHINA DAILY NEWS (28 July 1911) and two from CENTRAL CHINA POST (2 Aug 1911) concerning trade on the Yangtze and the incorrect reporting of a gounded ship [article follows].[Nelson Trusler Johnson ??], US Vice Consul in Charge11-
893.811/62NavigationRiversTrade on the YangtzeAnother despatch to Legation containing transcribed articles from NORTH CHINA DAILY NEWS (31 July 1911) and two from CENTRAL CHINA POST (4 Aug 1911) concerning trade on the Yangtze.[Nelson Trusler Johnson ??], US Vice Consul in Charge14-
893.811/63NavigationRivers"Open Door" in ChinaClipping from CHINA PRESS (13 Sep 1911) concerning the "Open Door" policy in China and the alleged discrmination of US goods.William P. Kent, US Consul8-
893.811/64NavigationRivers-Telegrams to and from State Dept communicating the approval to move forward with Whangpoo Conservancy plans regardless of cooperation with local Chinese officials.W.J. Calhoun2-
893.811/130NavigationRivers-Letter from President W. Wilson assuring the Chinese government of the good faith of any US business contracted in river conservation.W. Wilson, President USA1-
893.811/131NavigationRivers-Letter to State Dept. enclosing a copy of PEKING DAILY NEWS (21 May 1914) stating the satisfaction of Col. Sibert coming to survey the Huai River [article does not follow].Paul Reinsch2-
893.811/132NavigationRivers-Correspondence betwee White House and Legation transmitting $10,000 check to Col. Sibert upon his arrival at Shanghai for use in the survey of Huai River.Charles S. Magee4-
893.811/133NavigationRivers-Telegram from Legation to State Dept forwarding request from Col. Sibert for more money for Huai River Conservancy survey.Thomas Sammons2-
893.811/134NavigationRiversConservancy of the Liao RiverReport to Legation regarding the preliminary agreement and regulations concerning the Liao River and Bar Conservancy.Albert W. Pontius, US Consul3-
893.811/135NavigationRiversConservancy of the Liao RiverCorrespondence between Legation and State Dept. forwarding material of discussions regarding Liao River Conservancy project.Albert W. Pontius, US Consul5-
893.811/136NavigationRiversFunds for American Red Cross Board of Engineers (Hwai River Conservancy)Acknowledgement of request for more money by Col Sibert, and subsequent withdrawal and transmission of said funds.Thomas Sammons, American Consul General4-
893.811/137NavigationRiversHwai River Reclamaition- Colonel Sibert and Party Call on Civil GovernorDespatch briefly summerizing the events of Col. Sibert arriving at Shanghai and meeting civil governor of region.Alvin W. Gilbert, American Vice Consul in Charge2-
893.811/138NavigationRiversConservancy of the Liao RiverReport on new developments of the Conservancy of the Liao River.Albert W. Pontius, US Consul5-
893.811/139NavigationRivers-Letter from White House to State Dept. giving check to be transmitted to William L. Sibert, Chairman of American Red Cross Board of Engineers in China.Charles L. Magee, Secretary.4-
893.811/140NavigationRivers-Letter to Secretary of State for check of $10,000 for Col. William Sibert to use in Shanghai with American Red Cross Board of Engineers.Charles L. Magee, Secretary.3-
893.811/141NavigationRiversConservancy of the Liao RiverFurther corresponsence between Legation and State Dept concerning new developments in connection with the Liao river project.Albert W. Pontius, US Consul3-
893.811/142NavigationRiversConservancy of the Liao RiverCorrespondence to State Dept on new developments concerning the Liao River Conservancy.Albert W. Pontius, US Consul4-
893.811/143NavigationRiversConservancy of the Liao RiverFurther correspondence between Legation and State Dept. concering the Liao Rive Conservancy.Albert W. Pontius, US Consul2-
893.811/144NavigationRivers-More correspondence between Legation and State Dept. concerning developments with Liao River Conservancy.Albert W. Pontius, US Consul4-
893.811/145NavigationRivers-Despatch acknowledging Col. Sibert's financial request and subsequent transfer of funds from US State Dept.Wilbur J. Carr1-
893.811/146NavigationRiversWelcome Edtended to American Red Cross Society Party, Headed by Colonel Sibert, on Arriving at Shanghai and While Preparing to Proceed to Investigate the Huai River Basin.Letter to State Dept. reviewing welcoming party for engineering survey team in Shanghai, with picture of participants.Thomas Sammons, American Consul-General6-
893.811/147NavigationRivers-Correspondence between Legation and Minister Chang Chien regarding the Huai River Conservancy project.J.V.A. MacMurray, Charge d'Affaires.15-
893.811/148NavigationRivers-Further correspondence between Legation and State Dept. containing copies of letter from American Red Cross to Chang Chien regarding the Liao River Conservancy.J.V.A. MacMurray, Charge d'Affaires15-
893.811/102NavigationRivers-Telegram to State Dept. summerizing conditions for American Red Cross to work in China for river conservancy.Paul S. Reinsch5-
893.811/103NavigationRivers-Telegram to Secretary of State clarifying when Huai River funds would be needed, as well as reporting that an American company has expressed interest in assuming construction role in China; telegram from American Red Cross refusing to agree to terms set forth by Chinese.Paul S. Reinsch.3-
893.811/104NavigationRivers-Telegram reviewing terms in which the American Red Cross can enter China and work on river construction and flood relief[none given]21-
893.811/105NavigationRivers-Telegram from Legation asking for directions regarding the offer from Chinese gov't regarding American Red Cross and flood relief construction.Paul Reinsch3-
893.811/106NavigationRivers-Series of telegrams discussing the signing of the Chinese/American Red Cross agreement for flood relief construction between Legation and American Red Cross.Paul Reinsch.6-
893.811/107NavigationRivers-Letter to White House requesting the presence and consultation of C.D. Jameson regarding river conservancy in China.Charles S. Mayer, Secretary White House2-
893.811/108NavigationRivers-Telegram to Legation and its reply stating C.D. Jameson left for Washington on 4 Feb 1914.Paul Reisch2-
893.811/109NavigationRivers-Confidential report to State Dept. upon events during negotiations with Chinese officials with respect to Huai River Conservancy, with booklet of information regarding the industrial enterprises began in Tungchow and Haimen under Chang Chien, which contains many pictures and a fold-out map; also, regulations governing the organization of the National Bureau of River and Harbor Improvement also included.Paul Reinsch134-
893.811/110NavigationRivers-Telegram requesting additional survey of Huai River to ensure project is feasible.Paul Reinsch1-
893.811/111NavigationRivers-Telegram responding to request for feasibility survey, stating no money is available fur such action but upon when US business recieves contract survey will commence.Charles. S. Magee, Secretary White House2-
893.811/112NavigationRivers-Correspondence between Legation and Chinese Foreign Office Minister regarding the Huai River Conservancy, the American Red Cross, and an engineering board to be in charge of the conservation work.Paul Reinsch15-
893.811/113NavigationRivers-Letter of reccomendation from George Wallace to President Wilson regarding the appointment of Morris Knowles to the American seat of theriver conservancy board being formed in China.[George R. Wallace] Wallace and Watson, Attorneys at Law.2-
893.811/114NavigationRivers-Letter from George Wallece enclosed with cable from George Guthrie, Ambassador to Japan, firmly stating support for Morries Knowles.[George Wallace] Wallace and Watson, Attorneys at Law3-
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893.80.811/231NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State concerning Japan's accruing Germany's rights of privilege in Shantung in relation to the Grand Canal project at the end of the war. Also, a letter to Mr. Nielson from the Division of Far Eastern Affairs stating that Germany had been offered involvement in the Grand Canal project, but declined, and that a treaty transferring the rights of Germany in Shantung to Japan has not been signed.Paul Reinsch10-
893.80.811/232NavigationRivers-Two letters, the first from Alesander Crawford Chenoweth to Secretary of State Robert Lansing asking his letter to be forwarded to proper authorities so that his company can make engineering proposals for flood relief in Kiangsu. He stresses that American companies should take advantage of the European war and invest in China before European powers have to chance to reassert their domination. The second letter is from Frank L. Polk of the State department, in which he refers Chenoweth to the American Red Cross and American International Corporation.Alesander Crawford Chenoweth, Chenoweth Concrete Revetment Company;4-
893.80.811/233NavigationRivers-A letter from Willard Straight to an American counselor stating that he has talked with the Japanese ambassador to America about the contract for dredging the Shantung section of the Grand Canal.Willard Straight, American International Corporation3-
893.80.811/234NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State. The memorandum from the Japanese legation to the Chinese government concerning the transference of Germany rights and property in Shantung to the Japanese upon a treaty between Germany and Japan is enclosed by Reinsch. Reinsch also discusses the central government taking up the issue of the Grand Canal project. A letter forwarded to American International Corporation concerning the potential contract between them and the central government is included.Paul Reinsch25-
893.80.811/235NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State concerning the Japanese interest in the Shantung portion of the Grand Canal project. In the letter Reisch quotes from the first secretary of the Japanese legation who states, "that China should recognize the fact that Japan had by might taken over the position of Germany in the Province of Shantung." The Japanese, Reinsch states do not wish to halt the canal improvement. A letter of receipt from the State department is also included.Paul Reinsch4-
893.80.811/236NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State concerning the Japanese interest in the Shantung section of the Grand Canal project. Japan proposes to split the loan to the Chinese government of six million dollars 5/12ths 7/12ths with the latter going to American International Corporation. If cooperation with Japan on this project is not approved, Japan has threatened to do the project entirely on their own.Paul Reinsch7-
893.80.811/237NavigationRivers-Two letters, the first from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State, therein he repeats Japan's wishes for cooperation with American International Corporation in regards to the Grand Canal project. It is warned that cooperation with the Japanese could lead to the Chinese being antagonistic to American International Corporation. The second letter is from the State department to the American legation at Peking. Therein he states that American International Corporation is not commited to cooperation with Japan, but as long as Japan protests financing the project will be impossible.Paul Reinsch4-
893.80.811/238NavigationRivers-A letter from the Division of Far Eastern Affairs to the Secretary of State concerning the Japanese interest in taking over German's right in Shantung. The writer of the letter says that after the agreement has been made participation by other nationalities ought not to happen. The writer also stresses the difficulty of getting the Chinese to agree with American participation alone, and that Japanese involvement will make approval more difficult.Division of Far Eastern Affairs2-
893.80.811/239NavigationRivers-Two letter, the first from Paul Reinsch to Secretary of State stating that American International Corporation is trying to secure Chinese approval of Japanese cooperation. The second letter is from Robert Lansing to the American Legation at Peking, in which he states that the decision about cooperation between American International Corporation and the Japanese in the Grand Canal project should only happen if China chooses to allow so. He also stresses that the matter is one between bankers and not one between governments.Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/240NavigationRivers-A telegram from Paul Reinsch to the American Secretary of State stating that he has suggested "to the Japanese Minister possibility of cooperation between American and Japanese interests in the construction of railways in Manchuria recalling to him the existence of American rights in that regard."Paul Reinsch1-
893.80.811/241NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State reporting that the "Representatives of International Corporation found Chinese authorities unwilling to entertain proposal but they hope that Chinese authorities will agree to the issue of part of the bonds at Tokyo."Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/242NavigationRivers-Four letters the first from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State inquiring about the recent American Railway contract and the possibility of Japanese cooperation therein. The other three letters are from Robert Lansing to the American legations at Peking and Tokyo stating the situation in Shantung was different from Japan's claims in Manchuria.Paul Reinsch5-
893.80.811/243NavigationRivers-Three letters, the first from Guthrie stating that China is interested I joining president Wilson's peace league after the war. The second from Robert Lansing to embassy at Tokyo stating the Chinese government are unwilling to have Japanese involvement in Grand Canal project. The third is from Charles D. Tenney in which he encloses a book The North River System: Investigation and Project for Regulation with Estimates of Cost Report III published by the Board of Conservancy Works of Kwantung, China. Both the English and Chinese copies of the book are included. The book contains many maps, charts, and graphs pertaining to conservancy works in Kwantung province. Extensive geographic and hydrographic studies of the area are in the book.Guthrie165-
893.80.811/244NavigationRiversAnhui River Red Cross ProjectA series of documents sent to the Secretary of State by Thomas Sammons all of which concern the Anhui relief project. An article from China Press dated 17th Dec 1916 entitled "50,000 Men In Conservancy Work in Northern Anhui." Another copy of the exact same article is included. A letter from the American consulate in Foochow stating that the American consul has been unanimously reelected as a representative to the executive committee of the Min River Conservancy Board.Thomas Sammons, American Consul General Shanghai7-
893.80.811/245NavigationRivers-A letter forwarded from Paul Reinsch to the American International Corporation stating that Japanese papers have published reports that American International Corporation and Japan have agreed to cooperate in regards to the Shantung canal project. He also reports that Chinese papers have responded negatively and calling Japanese involvement a breach of trust. He advises American International Corporation to publish the facts about the situation.Paul Reinsch3-
893.80.811/246NavigationRivers-A letter to the Secretary of State from Willard Striaght stating that his company is sending a telegram to their representative in China. The telegram is included and states that they will not agree to cooperation with the Japanese unless the Chinese government approve it.Willard Straight, American International Corporation4-
893.80.811/247NavigationRiversReport of the Board of Conservancy Works of Kwangtung ProvinceA letter from P.S. Heintzleman to the Secretary of State concerning the survey of the West River Wuchow and the sea carried out from June 1915 to June 1916 in order to prepare for flood prevention projects. A copy of the book entitled The West River Survey of 1915 Report I published by the Board of Conservancy of Works Kwangtung, China. The report is extensive and contains many photographs, maps, charts, and graphs, as well as detailed plans for the Conservancy Works.P.S. Heintzleman79-
893.80.811/248NavigationRiversAnhui River Red Cross ProjectA letter from Thomas Sammons to the Secretary of State stating "that from such investigations as prominent American missionaries here and myself have been able to conduct, it would seem that the Anhui famine districted is limited and should not call for relief beyond what the Chinese ought to provide, coupled with any volunteer assistances which foreigners may feel constrained to contribute. This dispatch was then forwarded to the American Red Cross by the State Department.Thomas Sammons, American Consul General Shanghai2-
893.80.811/249NavigationRivers-A letter forwarded the proceeding of the negotiations for the improvement of the Grand Canal in Kiangsu Province. Most the proceedings deal with the raising of funds needed for the project.Paul Reinsch6-
893.80.811/250NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State containging clippings from several papers reporting about the potential cooperation between American International Corporation and Japan. Most of the newspapers report it as a something that will happen instead of something that is uncertain. Reinsch characterizes the Chinese as feeling betrayed by American businessman.Paul Reinsch12-
893.80.811/251NavigationRiversShould American Co-operate With Japan in ChinaA letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State containing an article from the Far Eastern Reivew forwarded to him by Thomas Sammons. The article entitled "Should America Co-operate With Japan in China" by W.H. Donald advocates cooperation between Japan and American in China. The author quotes several times from industrialist Elbert H. Gary who is in favor of such cooperation.Paul Reinsch8-
893.80.811/186NavigationRivers-A letter from Mabel Thorp Boardman of the American Red Cross to Secretary of State Robert Lansing acknowleding she received a dispatch from the American Minister at Peking and that she hopes to be able to help with the matter.Mabel Thorp Boardman1-
893.80.811/187NavigationRiversUse of Panama Canal dredgers for the Liao River Conservancy projectTwo letter from Albert W. Pontius, the first to the Secretary of State and the second to Paul Reinsch. Both deal with the decision by the Liao River conservancy board that the dredger Caribbean is unsuitable for their uses.Albert W. Pontius2-
893.80.811/188NavigationRivers-A letter from Mabel Thorp Boardman of the American Red Cross to Secretary of State Robert Lansing stating that the Huai River option has been extended for one year. The letter from Paul Reinsch that she got that information from is enclosed.Mabel Thorp Boardman2-
893.80.811/189NavigationRiversPossibility of the Yellow River Breaking through the Weir near Kaichow: A letter from Fred D. Fisher to the Secretary of State reporting that at least $5,000,000 for maintenance of the weir near Kaichow on the Yellow River in order the prevent the river from breaking through.Fred D. Fisher2-
893.80.811/190NavigationRiversLiao River ConservancyA letter forwarding to the Secretary of State a dispatch containing the minutes of the Liao River Conservancy board from two meetings. At those meeting the board considered how to finance the dredgers they need. They also agreed that an advertisement inviting tenders for a suitable dredger should be made. The advertisements for tenders and for loans are also included.Vice Consul American Consulate at Newchwang19-
893.80.811/191NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State containing a declaration from the president of the National River Conservancy printed in the Peking Daily News stating the importance of developing the nation's waterways.Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/192NavigationRiversLiao River ConservancyA letter from George Charles Hanson to Paul Reinsch at the American Legation at Peking in which several documents related to the Liao River Conservancy project are forwarded. The first document is the minutes from Liao River project board from 22. Feb 1915. The second is the advertisement and specification for the dredger they need. The governing document of the board entitled Agreement & Regulations for the Liao River and Bar Conservancy Board is also included.George Charles Hanson17-
893.80.811/193NavigationRiversLiao River ConservancyTwo letter from P.S. Heintzleman, the first to the Secretary of State and the second to Paul Reinsch both concerning the meeting of the Liao River Conservancy Board on 31st March 1915. In the meeting the members debated the joint purchase of a dredger with the Chinese Board that deals with the upper Liao River. The board voted 6 for 2 against and 3 abstain from on the issue of the purchase of a dredger. The ledger containing the estimate of the cost of the project is also included.P.S. Heintzleman8-
893.80.811/194NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State containing an article from the Peking Gazette dated 24th April 1916 that eulogizes former minister of Agriculture and Commerce Chang Ch'ien. The letter in which Secretary of State Robert Lansing forwards the article to the American Red Corss is part of the document set.Paul Reinsch3-
893.80.811/195NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State containing an article from the Peking Gazette dated 20th May 1915. The article entitled a "Tour of Honan" is about the development and management of natural resources in the Honan Province. The province will be affected by the planned Huai River Project.Paul Reinsch4-
893.80.811/196NavigationRivers-A telegram from J.V.A. MacMurray to the Secretary of State asking for the State Department to ask if the American Red Cross would be willing to send engineers to China at China's expense or at the expense of the Red Cross to prepare a flood prevention project in Kwangtung. A letter forwarding the first to the American Red Cross from Alvey A. Adee is also included.J.V.A. MacMurray2-
893.80.811/197NavigationRivers-A letter from the American Red Cross to the Secretary of State stating that they will be willing to send an engineer to China to help with the Huai River project; however, it will have to be at the expense of the Chinese government. The telegram to Peking from the state department that repeats the contents of the letter is also included.American Red Cross3-
893.80.811/198NavigationRiversHuai River Conservancy LoanA letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State in which he forwards the Chinese governments inquiry about being forwarded a loan from American businesses to help with the cost of the Huai River. project. A response from the State Department saying that banks will be meeting on the matter in New York.Paul Reinsch3-
893.80.811/199NavigationRivers-A letter from Mabel Thorp Boardman of the American Red Cross to the Secretary of State saying that she is trying to get a loan from several prominent American banks for the, but doubts they will be able to help due to the European War.Mabel Thorp Boardman1-
893.80.811/200NavigationRiversWhangpoo ConservancyA letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State about the debate the revision of the Whangpoo Conservancy Regulations. He also encloses the original agreement. A letter from the Belgian consular D. Siffert which includes a counter proposal. Most of the debate is about the sale of Crown or Shengko lands on the Whangpoo river.Paul Reinsch14-
893.80.811/201NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State conercerning the Chinese government's wishing to know how loan negotiations are going with the American banks in regards to the Huai River Project. The state department responds that the American Internation Corporation is considering the loan.Paul Reinsch6-
893.80.811/202NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of state in which he says "apprehensions on the part of American bankers are unwarranted" inregards to the loaning of China money for the Huai River Project. He stresses that China will prove profitable to American business long after the markets in Europe fail. He also invites leading American financiers to visit China to obtain a direct judgment of the situation in China. Norman W. Harris is told to hasten his visit to China.Paul Reinsch4-
893.80.811/203NavigationRivers-A letter from Arthur Murray of the American Red Cross to the Secretary of State asking a telegram to be forwarded to American minister at Peking. The telegram states that the American International Company is interested in advancing China a loan for the Huai River project, but the war in Europe may make issuing such a loan difficult. He also recommends that the Chinese government extend the loan option by a year.Arthur Murray, American Red Cross3-
893.80.811/204NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch forwarded to the American Red Cross via the Secretary of State in which he state that the Chinese government should be willing the extend the loan option for the restoration of the Grand Canal on the security of canal tolls.Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/205NavigationRivers-A letter from Arthur Murrary forwarded to the American Minister at Peking via the State Department in which he states that the American International Corporation would be interested in the Canal project under the terms stated in a previously received telegram. They are prepared to send Gregory Carey to investigate the Canal Project. The American International Corporation also wants preference of naming contractors.Arthur Murray, American Red Cross2-
893.80.811/206NavigationRivers-A letter from the American International Corporation forwarded to the American Minister at Peking via the State Department in which they appoint Ernest F. Gregory their representative in China. The American Red Cross' letter from the American International Corporation stating the same thing is also included.American International Corporation2-
893.80.811/207NavigationRiversHuai River ConservancyTwo letters, the first from Paul Reinsch to Secretary of State stating "Four months granted for further investigation." The second letter is from Alvey A. Adee to the American Red Cross stating that the American International Corporation has agreed to finance the Grand Canal project.Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/208NavigationRiversAmerican Member of the Whangpoo Conservancy BoardAmerican Member of the Whangpoo Conservancy Board General Description: A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State notifying them of the death of ther American member on Whangpoo Conservancy Board James N. Jameson. Reinsch then nominates J.W. Gallagher of U.S. Steel. as Jameson's replacement. A dispatch from the American consul Shanghai in which the current and detailed makeup of the Whangpoo Conservancy Board is enclosed by Reinsch. The letter in which Gallagher's appointment is approved is also included.Paul Reinsch8-
893.80.811/209NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State informing them of J.W. Gallagher's acceptance of his appointment to Whangpoo River Conservancy Board.Paul Reinsch1-
893.80.811/210NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State stating that the Chinese government has agreed to the extension of the Huai River Preliminarily Agreement for four months. He also states that Messrs. Carey and Gregory are on tour of the Grand Canal to diagnose the feasibility of the project, and states that the American International Corporation will be carrying out the project if it is feasible. Three letters from the Chinese Minster of Agriculture and Commerce are enclosed by Reinsch. The letters go into more detail about the planning and negotiations about the Huai River and Grand Canal Projects.Paul Reinsch14-
893.80.811/211NavigationRivers-A letter from Arthur Murray of the American Red Cross the Secretary of State acknowledging the reciept of a letter and their intentions to forward it to American International Corporation.Arthur Murray, American Red Cross1-
893.80.811/212NavigationRivers-A note concerning the protest addressed the Consulate General by the German consuler about the charter of the icebreakers Tungling and Chingling to Russian authorities. "Conservancy board is under control of the Allies."-1-
893.80.811/213NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State stating that Carey and Gregory have concluded a preliminary contract with the Shantung Government,and that due to a treaty from 1898 the Chinese government felt obliged to offer a particpation in loan to the Germans. The German minister Paul von Hintze also sent a transmission to his government stating that they have been offered three million dollars in gold for their participation in the Huai River project. A telegram from Robert Lansing informs them that message of the German minister could not be forwarded due to an agreement with the entente powers.Paul Reinsch3-
893.80.811/214NavigationRivers-Two letter, the first from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State stating that the agreement related to the Shantung Canal "are the most favorable ever obtained by any foreign firm for a loan in China. Prompt raitification by the bankers highly desirable." The second letter is from the State Department to American International Corporation stating that the 1898 treaty between Germany and China has been affected by 1915 agreement that China and Japan signed.Paul Reinsch3-
893.80.811/215NavigationRivers-A telegram to Secretary of State from Paul Reinsch stating that "The loan is a provincial obligation guaranteed by the Chinese Government a form which has advantage of gaining direct provincial support and security in addition to that of central government."Paul Reinsch1-
893.80.811/216NavigationRivers-A telegram from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State concerning the loan negotiations for the Grand Canal project. He says that there is no "liability could attach to bankers" in reference to the Chinese treaty obligation to Germany. A copy of the telegram forwarded to the American International Corporation is included.Paul Reinsch3-
893.80.811/217NavigationRivers-Two letters, the first from Paul Reinsch to the Secreatary of State stating that the contract for a loan of three million dollars for the improvements on the Grand Canal has been signed and is now pending the approval of the directors of American International Corporation. The second letter is from Alvey A. Adee to American International Corporation stating that the approval of the contract would help Kiangsu region.Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/218NavigationRivers-A letter to the Secretary of State from American International Corporation stating that their Peking representative is on his way to New York City, and that they are prepared to give the contract immediate consideration.American International Corporation2-
893.80.811/219NavigationRivers-A telegram to American International Corporation from Paul Reinsch forwarded via the State department stating that the German Government "does not desire to interest itself in the Shantung portion of the Grand Canal. Please inform bankers it is most desirable that contract be carried out now without delay."Paul Reinsch1-
893.80.811/220NavigationRiversLiao River ConservancyA letter from P.S. Heintzleman to Secretary of State containing a dispatch he sent to the American Legation at Peking. The dispatch concerns an ongoing debate in the Liao River Board about rather to go with the Japanese plan of contracting dredgers from the South Manchuria Railway or the British plan that is unspecific. Heintzleman favors the Japanese plan as he thinks they will not over reach treaty rights.P.S. Heintzleman, American consul at Mukden24-
893.80.811/221NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State concerning the Grand Canal project in Kiangsu and Shantung provinces. The Chinese in the Shantung region were hesitant in signing a contract as they believed they could sublet everything themselves. They did relent in the end. Negotitaions for the Kiangsu portion are close to concluding. Reinsch also repeats that the Germans are not interested in becoming involved in the project.Paul Reinsch4-
893.80.811/222NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch forwarded to the American International Corporation via the State Department stating that the Grand Canal project is "independent of any temporary political situation; there are now no rights of any other nations involved," and that their involvement in the project would increase American prestige.Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/223NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State stating that the contract between the Shantung government and American International Corporation has been completed. He encloses a copy of said contract in its entirety.Paul Reinsch37-
893.80.811/224NavigationRivers-A letter of receipt from Frank L. Polk acknowledging the correction mentioned in a dispatch has been noted.Frank L. Polk1-
893.80.811/225NavigationRiversAgreement Relating to Grand Canal Conservancy, ChinaA letter from American International Corporation to the Secretary of State containing the contract between the Shantung government and American International Corporation about the Grand Canal Conservancy project.American International Corporation31-
893.80.811/226NavigationRivers-letter from Paul Reinsch forwarded to American International Corporation via the State department stating that the Canal project should be a national matter instead of provincial.Paul Reinsch3-
893.80.811/227NavigationRivers-A letter from American International Corporation to Paul Reinsch via the State Department stating that the corporation has approved the agreement for dredging the Shantung section of the Grand Canal. There are some details of the agreement that still need to be decided upon. A copy of the then current agreement between American International Corporation and the Shantung government is attached.American International Corporation12-
893.80.811/228NavigationRiversThe Liao River ConservancyA letter from P.S. Heintzleman to the Secretary of State containing a dispatch he sent to American Legation at Peking concerning a recent decision of the Liao River Conservancy board about dredging the Liao River. According to a letter received by P.S. Heintzleman from the Japanese minster, the board made a decision without enough board members present. The decision was prejudicial to Japanese interests and thus a violation of the Open Door Principle, as British ships could go further up the Liao River due to shallower drafts.P.S. Heintzleman, American Consul at Mukden13-
893.80.811/229NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch forwarded to American International Corporation suggesting that the Huai River project be treated as a national project in order to avoid the trouble of dealing with provincial authorities.Paul Reinsch3-
893.80.811/150NavigationRiversAmerican National Red Cross FundsA letter to the secretary of state from Thomas Sammons, American Consul General Shanghai, concerning the authorization of $10,000 to Red Cross Board of Engineers. Duplicates of the account and vouchers are enclosed.Thomas Sammons, American Consul General Shanghai6-
893.80.811/151NavigationRiversImposition of local surtax on official suppliesA letter from Albert W. Pontius to the Secretary of State in regards to the payment of a surtax levied on official supplies that are referred to a duty free in another in a treaty.Albert W. Pontius6-
893.80.811/152NavigationRivers-A letter from Mabel Thorp Boardman to president Woodrow Wilson concerning the funding of the Red Cross' Huai River Conservancy Plan. The plan would help the Chinese affected by the periodic flooding of the Huai River. Woodrow Wilson's letter supporting Miss. Boardman to the Secretary of State is included in the document.Mabel Thorp Boardman5-
893.80.811/153NavigationRivers-A letter from George W. Davis to E.T. Williams containing a letter from William Luther Sibert to George W. Davis about plans for the diversion of Huai River to reclaim the land under Huangtse Lake. The condition of the land and people around the Grand Canal is also discussed by Sibert.George W. Davis, American Red Cross5-
893.80.811/154NavigationRivers-A letter from Kai Fu Shah to E.T. WilliamsKai Fu Shah, Chinese Minister Chinese Legation Washington D.C.6-
893.80.811/155NavigationRivers-A letter from George W. Davis to the Secretary of State acknowledging the he received a letter containing the translation of a letter about the plan for the diversion of the Huai River.George W. Davis, American Red Cross1-
893.80.811/156NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State forwarding the request of the Chinese government that the American Red Cross begin work upon the Huai River project and relief program. The Secretary's brief response acknowledging the urgency of need for relief is also included.Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/157NavigationRivers-A letter to the Secretary of State from the Chargé d'Affaires at Peking that the American Red Cross' reclaimation of land around the Huai River will improve the repuation of Americans in the minds of the Chinese.American Chargé d'Affaires at Peking2-
893.80.811/158NavigationRivers-A letter from George W. Davis to the Secretary of State concerning the funding of the Huai River project. A second letter to Kai Fu Shah from George W. Davis describing the trouble financing foreign projects during the middle the Great War. A letter from Robert Lansing to Paul Reinsch forwarding the aforementioned letters is also included.George W. Davis, American Red Cross4-
893.80.811/159NavigationRivers-: Conservancy of the Liao River Application to the United States Government for the purchase or use of one or more old dredgers previously utilized in excavation on the Panama Canal.Albert W. Pontius9-
893.80.811/160NavigationRiversConservancy of the Liao RiverA letter from Albert W. Pontius to the Secretary of State forwarding his report he sent to the American Legation at Peking.Albert W. Pontius1-
893.80.811/161NavigationRivers-: A letter to the Secretary of State from Lindley M. Garrison stating that the dredgers used constructing the Panama Canal do not meet the specifications required for the Liao River project. Also, all the dredgers are still needed by the United States and therefore cannot be sold by the War Department.Lindley M. Garrison, Secretary of War3-
893.80.811/162NavigationRiversUse of Dredgers for the Liao River Conservancy ProjectA letter from Albert W. Pontius to the Secretary of State containing a the former's letter to Paul Reinsch regarding the use of dredgers from the South Manchuria Railway as part of the Liao River Conservancy Project.Albert W. Pontius3-
893.80.811/163NavigationRiversLiao River ConservancyA letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State containing the document entitled Agreement and Regulations for the Liao River and Bar Conservancy Board. That document describes the nationalities that will make up the governing body of the project, and how the project will be funded through a variety of duties. Letters concerning the Japanese minister's acceptance of the agreement under the terms that supplies to Japanese troops in Manchuria are also included.Paul Reinsch14-
893.80.811/164NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State containing a dispatch asking if official supplies will be taxed under the duty plan for the Liao River Conservancy Project.Paul Reinsch5-
893.80.811/165NavigationRivers-A letter to the Secretary of State from Paul Reinsch concerning the potential use of dredgers used in the construction of the Panama Canal for the Liao River Conservancy Project.Paul Reinsch4-
893.80.811/183NavigationRiversUse of Panama Dredgers for the Liao River conservancy projectTwo letters from Albert W. Pontius, the first to the Secretary of State and the second to the American Minister at Peking Paul Reinsch. Both deal with the unsuitability of the dredger Caribbean for use on the Liao River project.Albert W. Pontius3-
893.80.811/184NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to George Davis of the American Red Cross in which he advocates the funding of the Huai River Conservancy Project by the American Red Cross as it will help so many people few such a small amount of money. An envelope addressed to assistant Secretary of State Alvey A. Adee is also included.Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/166NavigationRivers-A letter to the Secretary of State from Paul Reinsch about the devastation caused by the flooding of the Huai River. All of which he wants forwarded to the American Red Cross. An article from the Peking Daily News about the floods is enclosed. The response of the Red Cross in which they say that they will not be able loan the money needed for the Huai River Project due to the war in Europe.Paul Reinsch12-
893.80.811/167NavigationRiversHuai River Conservancy ProjectTwo telegram from William Jennings Bryan the first stating that there still maybe hope for funding the Huai River, and the second stating that the war in Europe is preventing the advancing of funds for the project, and that the project does not appeal to the Rockefeller Foundation. A letter of receipt to George W. Davis of the Red Cross from Robert Lansing is also included.William Jennings Bryan4-
893.80.811/168NavigationRiversConservancy of the Liao RiverA letter to the Secretary of State from Albert W. Pontius concerning the appropriation of $300,000 from the Central Government for the Liao River Conservancy Project. The translation of a newspaper article reporting the same from the paper Ying Shang Jih Pae is also included.Albert W. Pontius4-
893.80.811/169NavigationRiversConservancy of the Liao River; reporter appointment of new official as Director of upper and lower river conservancy works, the latter to also assume charge of the Hulutao harbor project.A letter from Albert W. Pontius to the Secretary of State stating that the Central Government at Peking will be taking charge of the Liao River project and consolidate it with the Hulutao harbor project.Albert W. Pontius6-
893.80.811/170NavigationRiversConservancy of the Liao River; appointment of the Liao Shen Taoyin as Director of the upper and lower conservancy works, and President of the Conservancy BoardA letter from Albert W. Pontius to the Secretary of State stating that the Liao Shen Taoyin has been appointed director of the Liao River Conservancy Project, and that there is no mention of him also being appointed the director of the Hulutao Harbor project.Albert W. Pontius4-
893.80.811/171NavigationRivers-Two telegrams, the first from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State requesting a decision be made to Liao Conservancy Project. The second is from Robert Lansing stating that the War Department can sell to the highest bidder the dredger Caribbean, but it cannot loan it out.Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/172NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State containing a letter from Mabel T. Boardman in which she addresses her concern the expiration of the Huai River project not be allowed as it is a symbol of progress in China and will benefit the Chinese. She does lament the current inability to find funding for the project due to the European War.Paul Reinsch7-
893.80.811/173NavigationRiversStand Oil Company's Request for the Permission to Dredge River at ChangshaA letter from Julian Arnold relaying Standard Oil Company's petitioning of the Chinese government to dredge the Siang River at Changsha. The Chinese government agreed to dredge it themselves using Standard Oil's dredger on loan in order to avoid establishing a precedent of foreign companies violating the land rights of China.Julian Arnold3-
893.80.811/252NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to Secretary of State reporting that the American International Corporation has in fact secretly agreed to cooperate with Japan in regards to the canal project in Shantung. This was then forwarded to American International Corporation by the State Department.Paul Reinsch3-
893.80.811/253NavigationRivers-A letter from William Straight of American International Corporation asking for the amount the owe the State Department for sending a telegram to Peking. The State Department response saying that have not been paid is included.American International Corporation5-
893.80.811/254NavigationRivers-A letter from American International Corporation to the Secretary of State containing the agreement American International Corporation made with the International Bank of Japan regarding the Grand Canal improvement project. Copies of the telegrams exchanged between American International Corporation and their representative in China E.T. Gregory are included.Charles A. Stone, American International Corporation15-
893.80.811/255NavigationRivers-A letter from American International Corporation to E.T. Williams in the State Department concerning the agreement between the corporation and the Industrial Bank of Japan. Therein he suggests showing the agreement to the Chinese minister.American International Corporation3-
893.80.811/256NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State concerning the negative Chinese reaction to the agreement made between American International Corporation and Japan. He includes a transcript of an interview he held with Pan Fu the vice director of the National Conservancy Board. Pan Fu is disgusted by the agreement, but sees no way of preventing it from happening.Paul Reinsch10-
893.80.811/257NavigationRivers-A letter from George Bronson Rea to the Secretary of State in which he appeals for help regarding his situation. Rea includes several pages of documents about the situation between Japan and American International Bank, about an agreement between China and American pertaining to the construction of railways. French allegations accusing Paul Reinsch of being pro-German are also mentioned. The negative effect that the railway contract is having on Sino-American relations is mentioned.George Bronson Rea26-
893.80.811/258NavigationRivers-A letter from George Bronson Rea to the Secretary of State suggesting a conference with the Chinese minster and Mr. Vanderslip or William Straight regarding conflicting Chinese railway interests. The State Department disagrees with the idea of holding such a conference.George Bronson Rea2-
893.80.811/259NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State concerning the contract between American International Corporation and Japan. Reinsch believes the contract will "favor Japan at the expense of the United States by making American capital support of Japanese political aims in China." He goes on to criticize the dual management investment system.Paul Reinsch4-
893.80.811/260NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State stating that he is following the State Department's suggestion regarding the fiasco that has become the agreement between American International Corporation and Japan. A letter of approval and receipt from the State Department is also included.Paul Reinsch3-
893.80.811/261NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State concerning the difficulties of securing foreign financial support of the Huai River project. He includes a dispatch from the National Conervancy Bureau to the governor of Anhui that was printed in the Peking Gazette on 10th March 1917.Paul Reinsch4-
893.80.811/262NavigationRivers-: A letter from Paul Reinsch requesting instructions in regards to the validity of the Grand Canal agreement without Chinese parliamentary approval. In a letter from Far Easter Division of the State Department Reinsch is told that the "Department cannot undertake responsibility of passing on constitutional question raised." The complicated legal nature of the agreement is discussed.Paul Reinsch6-
893.80.811/263NavigationRivers-A letter from American International Corporation to E.T. Williams forwarding to the State Departments letters between Charles A. Stone of American International Corporation and Yejeiro Ono of the Industrial Bank of Japan in which the agreement between their companies regarding the Grand Canal project is discussed.American International Corporation10-
893.80.811/264NavigationRivers-A letter from Thomas Sammons to the Department of State stating that if the current trends with naval construction continue the Whangpoo Conservancy Project will need to be enlarged.Thomas Sammons, American Consul General Shanghai2-
893.80.811/265NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch forwarded to the American International Corporation annoucing the resignation of Pan Fu.Paul Reinsch3-
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893.80.811/267NavigationRivers-: A letter from Paul Reinsch forwarded to American International Corporation via the State Department advising for the immediate conclusion of the agreement subject to parliamentary ratification.Paul Reinsch4-
893.80.811/268NavigationRivers-A letter from Fred Morris Dearing of American International Corporation in which he encloses the agreement between his company and the Industrial Bank of Japan regarding the Grand Canal project.Fred Morris Dearing, American International Corporation19-
893.80.811/269NavigationRivers-A letter from Charles A. Stone to their representative in China via the State Department urging the immediate approval of the contract between American International Corporation, Japan Industrial Bank, and the government of China pending parliamentary approval.Charles A. Stone, American International Corporation9-
893.80.811/270NavigationRivers-A letter from American International Corporation forwarded to their representative in China W.F. Carey authorizing him to sign the contract with Siems-Carey Railway Company and the Ministers of Finance and Communication.Charles A. Stone, American International Corporation9-
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893.80.811/272NavigationRivers-: A letter from from Paul Reinsch forwarded to the American International Corporation via the State Department stating that the Chinese government has authorized the signing of the canal agreement. It also says that the Chinese government would apprectiate the prompt advancement of a hundred thousand dollars.Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/273NavigationRivers-A letter from Charles A. Stones forwarded to W.F. Carey via the State Department stating that "Since canal contract not valid until approved by Parliament regret not possible make legal advances thereon prior such approval, inform Ono."Charles A. Stone, American International Corporation3-
893.80.811/274NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch for W.F. Carey to American International Corporation via the State Department stating the loan mentioned in another letter was to be a separate loan from the loan for the canal project. Reinsch also mentions that flooding is currently making the need for flood prevention projects an issue in the forefront of Chinese minds.Paul Reinsch3-
893.80.811/275NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch for W.F. Carey forwarded to American International Corporation via the State Department concerning the advancement of a loan of one hundred thousand dollars for preparatory engineering despite the Chinese parliament having not passed the agreement for the Grand Canal project yet.Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/174NavigationRivers-Two letters, the first from Secretary of War Lindley M. Garrison to the Secretary of State stating that a dredge used in the construction of the Panama Canal is now for sale, the second from William Jennings Bryan to Peking asking if the Chinese government is prepared to make an offer about the dredger Caribbean.Lindley M. Garrison, Secretary of War2-
893.80.811/175NavigationRivers-A letter from George W. Davis to the Secretary of State respecting the advance of a loan of five million dollars to the American Red Cross for the Huai River Project. The Red Cross wants to know if the Chinese governments wishes it to continue trying to find funding for the project in spite of the European war. The letter that forwarded the letter to Peking are also part of this document set.George W. Davis, American Red Cross5-
893.80.811/176NavigationRiversLiao River Conservancy Project; use of dredgers therefore.Two letters, the first from Albert W. Pontius to the Secretary of State and the second from Pontius to Paul Reinsch. Both are concerning the use of dredgers from the South Manchuria Railway for the Liao River Conservancy Project.Albert W. Pontius3-
893.80.811/177NavigationRivers-A letter from Albert W. Pontius to the Secretary of State stating that the dredger Caribbean is unsuited for the dredging project.Albert W. Pontius3-
893.80.811/178NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to Mabel Thorp Boardman of the American Red Cross in which he laments the lack of funding for the Huai River Project, as it is symbol of the progress of science in China.Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/179NavigationRivers-A series of documents, and a newspaper article from the Peking Gazette about the relief work being done in Anhui due to the flooding of the Huai River from Paul Reinsch, and a letter of receipt from RobertPaul Reinsch4-
893.80.811/180NavigationRiversHuai River Conservancy ProjectA letter from George W. Davis to the Secretary of State and the latter's letters to Peking stating that is still possible to find funding for Huai River Conservancy Project.George W. Davis, American Red Cross3-
893.80.811/181NavigationRiversConservancy of the Liao River: A series of letter and documents from Albert W. Pontius concerning the rejection of the dredgers offered by South Manchuria Railway. The conservancy boards plans instead to wait to see what other dredgers the US government can get from the Panama Canal.Albert W. Pontius11-
893.80.811/182NavigationRivers-Two letters, the first from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State, and the second from Robert Lansing. Both concern the extension of the Huai River loan option for a year.Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/185NavigationRivers-A letter from Mabel Thorp Boardman to Secretary of State Robert Lansing in which she regrets the Red Cross's in ability to send flood relief due to need for war relief in Europe.Mabel Thorp Boardman1-
893.80.811/230NavigationRivers-A letter from the American International Corporation forwarded to the American minister at Peking stating that they are urging their representative in China to get both the Shantung and Kiangsu project agreements under one agreements with the central Chinese government. Originator: American International CorporationAmerican International Corporation4-
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893.80.811/318NavigationRiversPrelimary Project for the Ragu section of the Soochow CreekA letter from Thomas Sammons to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch to the American Legation at Peking.Thomas Sammons, American Consul General Shanghai1-
893.80.811/319NavigationRiversMinutes of the January 30, 1919 Meeting of Min River Conservancy BoardA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding the minutes of a meeting of the Min River Conservancy Board from 30th January 1919. At that meeting it was decided to try to get von Heidenstam involved with the project, and that the current plan for taxes will continued to be used.George Charles Hanson, American consul Foochow2-
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893.80.811/321NavigationRiversInland Waters NavigationTwo copies of the same letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State concerning the use of inland water ways. Cunningham has applied for "permission to navigate the Standard Oil Company's vessels to eight other places within the province." A letter of thanks from Standard Oil Company is also included.Edwin S. Cunningham8-
893.80.811/322NavigationRiversEngagement of Engineer of Min River ConservancyA letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State containing a dispatch that was sent to him from George Charles Hanson. The dispatch states that J.R. West an American engineer engaged as engineer in chief for the Min River Conservancy project. The dispatch also mentions the hope that H. von Heidenstam would be the engineer for the project. Hanson's belief that the committee should be impartial to national interests and act as a trustee for the Chinese government is also mentioned in the dispatch. The debate about who should be the chief engineer is discussed in detail.Paul Reinsch18-
893.80.811/323NavigationRiversImprovement of the Grand CanalA letter from Thomas Sammons to the Secretary of State containing the article "Improvement of the Grand Canal" as printed in the North China Daily News 22nd March 1919. The article states that the agreement between Siems-Carey Company and the central government will replace the agreement that American International Corporation had with the Shantung government. The article also reports the issuance of six million in gold bonds.Thomas Sammons, American Consul General Shanghai4-
893.80.811/324NavigationRiversEngagement of Engineer for Min River ConservancyA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State containing a dispatch concerning the engagement of an engineer for the Min River Conservancy. The dispatch contains the minutes of the Min River Conservancy board for 5th March 1919. The Americans members want J.R. West to be engineer in chief. The British members want a Mr. Powell in the position. West is considered the most eligible.George Charles Hanson, American consul Foochow13-
893.80.811/325NavigationRiversMin River ConservancyTwo letters, the first from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State about the subject of a loan for the Min River Conservancy project. The second from George Charles Hanson to Paul Reinsch stating that J.R. West is likely to get the engineering job now that Powell is not interested because H. von Heidenstam is not involved in the project.George Charles Hanson4-
893.80.811/326NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch forwarded to American International Corporation via the State department stating that the American Legation at Peking has received a treasury note for $350 million as security for an advance of funds for the work on the grand canal.Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/327NavigationRiversConservancy work in Kwangtung ProvinceA letter from Albert W. Pontius to the Secretary of State forwarding a letter Pontius wrote to Paul Reinsch about the conservancy work in Kwangtung province. The history of conservancy work in Kwangtung province is given. Detailed descriptions of the current projects and future projects are given as well. An estimate of the cost of the project is given.Albert W. Pontius, American consul at Canton13-
893.80.811/328NavigationRivers-A letter from Richard Tinsley to the Secretary of State concerning a loan of $350,000 to the Chinese government for the Grand Canal Project. Arrangement for the loan have been stopped by the Chinese government, and Tinsley blames it on an American attorney that has been advising the Chinese government. The growing cost on the part of the corporation is leading to the corporation questioning their involvement in the project. Tinsley also includes six letters between the corporation, Siems-Carey Compnay, Hsiung Hsi Ling, and Doctor Gatrell all of which concerning the loan to China.Richard P. Tinsley, American International Corporation16-
893.80.811/329NavigationRivers-A letter from Richard Tinsley forwarded to the American Legation at Peking via the State Department stating that the funds for advance for the Grand Canal project were deposited in the National City Bank on the day the letter was sent, and that the treasury note should be forwarded immediately.Richard P. Tinsley, American International Corporation--
893.80.811/330NavigationRivers-A letter from Fred Morris Dearing forward to the American Legation at Peking via the State Department stating that their representative in China has been authorized to sign the agreement for the second advance for the canal project.Fred Morris Dearing, American International Corporation2-
893.80.811/331NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of the report "The Proceedings of the Commission for the Improvement of the River System of Chilhi." The report itself contains the proceedings of fourteen meetings of the commission, as well as the members of the commission. The meetings covered a variety of subjects from a aforestation to the proposal of surveys.Paul Reinsch25-
893.80.811/332NavigationRivers-A letter from Richard Tinsley to the Secretary of State forwarding the "Agreement Between The Republic of China and the American International Corporation for a Further Loan for the preliminary survey of the Grand Canal" and a long series of letters about the agreement.Richard P. Tinsley, American International Corporation50-
893.80.811/333NavigationRivers-A letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State containing copies of the minutes from twelve meetings Min River Conservancy Board of Foochow. J.R. West's status as engineer in chief for the project is confirmed by Hanson. The minutes mainly concern with the price of the supplies needed for the project, and how to pay for them. The subject of where to acquire loans is also discussed.William Phillips, State Department18-
893.80.811/334NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch forwarded to American International Corporation concerning a treasury note for $350,000 dollars that he is forwarding. He also states that the Hsiung Hsi-ling agrees to paying the monthly sum of one thousand dollars.Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/335NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch forwarded to American International Corporation via the State Department in which Reinsch enclosed a treasury bill for $350,000.Paul Reinsch6-
893.80.811/336NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the American International Corporation stating that the Chinese treasury note for $350,000 has been received and is being forwarded.Paul Reinsch3-
893.80.811/337NavigationRivers-A letter from American International Corporation forwarded to the American Legation at Peking via the State Department thanking the legation for forwarding the treasury note of the Chinese government for $350,000.American International Corporation2-
893.80.811/338NavigationRivers-A letter from Charles D. Tenney to the Secretary of State concerning the Liao River Conservancy board. The board decided to place the Lower River and Bar works under a British engineer and the Upper River works in charge of a Japanese engineer. They decided unanimously to secure funding from the Customs funds.Charles D. Tenney16-
893.80.811/339NavigationRivers-A letter from Charles D. Tenney to the Secretary of State concerning the navigation of Russian waters of the Amur River by Chinese gun boats. Also a letter from Tenney to Ch'en Lu Chinese minister of foreign affairs stating he called the Russian minister on the matter and he is expecting a reply from the Omsk government about the matter. Also, a letter from Breckinridge Long to Tenney stating that the matter only concerns the Chinese and Russian governments.Charles D. Tenney6-
893.80.811/340NavigationRivers-A letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State containing minutes from fourteen different meeting of the executive committee of the Min River Conservancy Board from 25th June 1919 to 15th October 1919. The meetings dealt with a variety of issues including the search for a steam launch, the purchase of building material, a loan agreement with Customs Revenue, and the building of a workshop.George Charles Hanson, American consul Foochow18-
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893.80.811/342NavigationRivers Liao River Control Desired by Japanese A letter from R. Carleton Baker to the Secretary of State on the subject of Japan's desire to have a Japanese engineer lead the Liao River conservancy project. Baker believes it would be dangerous to give in to Japanese demands when they rely on support from America. He believes that an American engineer would be a more suitable replacement for the late W.R. Hughes. Baker encloses the minutes for the meeting of the board held on 12th June 1919. The debate about the engineer is the main subject of the meeting. A letter from Baker to Walter J. Clennel on the ongoing struggle between the Japanese and the British.R. Carleton Baker22-
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893.80.811/345NavigationRiversMin River ConservancyA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State containing the minutes for eleven meetings of the Executive Committee of the Min River Conservancy Board between 22nd October 1919 and 4th February 1920. The committee discussed a Chinese government grant, the building of a workshop, the destruction of the conservancy office by fire, and the engineer in chiefs report for January.George Charles Hanson12-
893.80.811/346NavigationRiversEmployment of American as Assistant Secretary of the Min River Conservancy BoardA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State containing the minutes for the Min River conservancy board for 11th February 1920. The letter notes that an American S.T. Polk has been appointed secretary of the board due to the efforts of Hanson. The difficulties related to the obstruction of bamboo supplies due to soldiers in the Yung Fu district is discussed at the meeting. Originator: George Charles Hanson, American ConsulGeorge Charles Hanson, American Consul Foochow2-
893.80.811/347NavigationRiversRiver Conservancy in Kwantung ChinaA letter from the American consul general at Canton to the Secretary of State forwarding three copies of "The North River System-Investigation and Project for Regulation with Estimates of cost".America consul general Canton1-
893.80.811/348NavigationRivers-Two letters from Alvey A. Adee, the first to Roland S. Morris American Ambassador at Tokyo and the second to Charles D. Tenney at Peking. Both letters concern the agreement between American International Corporation and the Industrial Bank of Japan.Alvey A. Adee, State Department3-
893.80.811/349NavigationRiversLiao River Conservancy Board MeetingA letter from Albert W. Pontius containing the minutes for the meeting of the Liao River Conservancy Board held on 16th April 1920. The board passed a number of resolutions including the need for a trailing suction type dredger.Albert W. Pontius, American Consul General Mukden4-
893.80.811/350NavigationRivers-A letter from Fred Morris Dearing forwarded to the American Legation at Peking via the State Department concerning the Grand Canal project. The letter states that the surveying needs to continue to differentiate a canal that is beneficial for China and one that is not.Fred Morris Dearing, American International Corporation4-
893.80.811/351NavigationRivers-A letter from Charles A. Stone to the Secretary of State concerning the third advance loan of $100,000 for the preliminary survey of the Grand Canal. Stone encloses several documents: a series of letters concerning the loan, a renewal of the agreement between AIC and the Industrial Bank of Japan, and a copy of the report by Joseph Ripley on the improvement of the Grand Canal. The report is extensive.Charles A. Stone, American International Corporation116-
893.80.811/352NavigationRivers-A letter from Richard D. Tenney to the Secretary of State stating that Hsiung Hsi-ling has resigned and that Pan Fu has been appointed as his replacement as director general of the Grand Canal Project. He also asks when the work will commencement.Richard D. Tenney, American International Corporation.1-
893.80.811/353NavigationRivers-A letter from Charles D. Tenney to the Secretary of State containing a treasury note of the Chinese government for the sum of $100,000, and the dispatch from Ministry of Finance to Charles D. Tenney concerning the loan. Originator: Charles D. Tenney, American InternationalCharles D. Tenney5-
893.80.811/354NavigationRiversMinutes of Min River Conservancy Executive Committee MeetingsA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State containing the minutes of seven meetings of Min River Conservancy Executive Committee from 10th March 1920 to 5th May 1920. At the meetings a variety of subjects were discussed including expenditures, the engineer-in-chief's reports, the need for police guards, and their new office building.George Charles Hanson, American Consul Foochow8-
893.80.811/355NavigationRivers-A letter from the American Consul at Tientsin containing a copy of the book Hai-Ho River Conservancy Commission: Report for 1919. The report contains detailed maps, account statements, plans of locks, hydrographic charts, and a lot more concerning the conservancy project on the Hai-Ho River.American Consul Tientsin40-
893.80.811/356NavigationRivers-A letter from Richard Tinsley forwarded to the American Minister at Peking via the State Department. The letter thanking the State Department for transmitting a Treasury Note of the Chinese Government for $100,000.Richard P. Tinsley, American International Corporation2-
893.80.811/357NavigationRiversProposed Dredger for the Liao River ConservancyA letter from Albert W. Pontius to the Secretary of State concerning "the call for tenders for a Suction Hopper Dredgers to be used in connection with the Liao River Conservancy Work." A copy of the tender is enclosed. A very detailed list of supplies and specifications need is included.Albert W. Pontius, American Consul General Mukden25-
893.80.811/276NavigationRivers-A letter from Charles A. Stones forwarded to W.F. Carey via the State Department stating that the canal has the corporation's most serious considerations" and that they have called upon engineers familiar with the situation.Charles A. Stone, American International Corporation3-
893.80.811/277NavigationRivers-A letter from Charles A. Stone forwarded to the American legation at Peking via the State Department stating that engineer John R. Freeman has been chosen to help with the Grand Canal project, and that they are expecting to be reimbursed by the Chinese government.Charles A. Stone, American International Corporation3-
893.80.811/278NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch forwarded to American International Corporation via the State Department stating that Charles A. Stone has not signed the contract with the Chinese government pertaining to the Grand Canal project despite the latter's eagerness for the project.Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/279NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch forwarded to American International Corporation via the Secretary of State stating that Siems-Carey Company has been given survey rights for a railway line between Hinganfu to Chengtu.Paul Reinsch1-
893.80.811/280NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch for W.F. Carey forwarded to American International Corporation via the State Department stating that the Chinese conditions for the canal contract have been sent, and that he, Carey, was unable to secure a loan for the railway line for the Chengtu option.Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/281NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State in which her forwards a copy of The Chinese Government Grand Canal Improvement Contract between the Chinese government and American International Corporation, and a copy of the agreement between American International Corporation and the Industrial Bank of JapanPaul Reinsch22-
893.80.811/282NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State concerning the involvement of Japan in American enterprise in China. He states that "unless this enterprise remains strictly and entirely American, Chinese confidence in America would be so thoroughly shaken that further relations would be difficult." Also a letter to American International Corporation from Breckinridge Long asking for the release T.W. Woermann from his Mississippi River work to help with the Grand Canal project.Paul Reinsch5-
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893.80.811/284NavigationRivers-: A letter from Paul Reinsch forwarded to Charles A. Stone via the State Department concerning the arrangement of the details of the loan advance set forth in the Grand Canal agreement.Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/285NavigationRiversTaking the Yangtze DragonAn article "Taking the Yangtze Dragon" from the August 1917 issue of The Far Eastern Review about the path of the Yangtze River with a focus on its hydrography and its navigability, as well as the sites one can see whilst traveling the river.George Charles Hanson27-
893.80.811/286NavigationRivers- A letter from Wilbur J. Carr to Thomas Sammons stating that he has received a copy of "Report on the Hydrography of the Whangpoo" and that he will forward it to the Hydrographic Office of the Navy General Description: A letter from Wilbur J. Carr to Thomas Sammons stating that he has received a copy of "Report on the Hydrography of the Whangpoo" and that he will forward it to the Hydrographic Office of the Navy Department.Wilbur J. Carr, State Department1-
893.80.811/287NavigationRivers-A letter from Richard Tinsley to the Secretary of State containing correspondence "showing the measure the corporation is prepared to take with reference to the improvement of the Grand Canal in China." Most of these other letters deal with the advancement of a loan to finance the survey works.A. Tinsley, American International Corporation6-
893.80.811/288NavigationRivers-A letter Richard Tinsley to the Secretary of State requesting that the word "Ninety" be replaced in another telegram about the Grand Canal with the wordy "Ninety-nine."A. Tinsley, American International Corporation2-
893.80.811/289NavigationRiversSurvey of the Upper Yangtze RiverA letter to the Department of Commerce concerning the surveying of the Upper Yangtze River by C.S. Plant. The conditions are rough due to winter and due to the "presence of large bands of brigands on the river." C.S. Plant has already had two of his boats and some supplies stolen.George Charles Hanson1-
893.80.811/290NavigationRiversLiao River Control Desired by JapaneseA letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State concerning the desire of the Japanese for more power in Chinese affairs after the death of W.R. Hughes the head of the Liao River Conservancy Board. The Japanese wish to replace with one of their own. Reinsch and other Americans he quotes in the letter point to such an action a decrease in the influence of European powers and the United States in China.Paul Reinsch22-
893.80.811/291NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State containing a series of articles printed in the Peking Leader and Peking Daily News in the middle of February 1918. The articles contain a letter from Hsuing His-ling Director General of the Flood Relief and River Conservancy Commission to the president of the Chinese Republic in which he proposes in detail a conservancy plan for the Chilhi Province.Paul Reinsch29-
893.80.811/358NavigationRivers-A letter from Richard Tinsley forwarded to American Legation at Peking via the state department concerning a treausry note. The letter states that the canal agreement was signed 28th July 1920, request the note be signed accordingly, and forwarded immiately via pouch.Richard P. Tinsley, American International Corporation3-
893.80.811/359NavigationRivers-A letter from Fred Morris Dearing to the Secretary of State containing twenty three letters between American International Corporation and several other business entitities concerning the loan to China of $150,000 for the Grand Canal Project. Also, the agreement between China and AIC for a further loan of $150,000 for the preliminary survey of the Grand Canal that was signed 22nd July 1920 is included.Fred Morris Dearing, American International Corporation31-
893.80.811/360NavigationRivers-A letter from Charles A. Crane to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch from the Chinese Ministry of Finance concerning the loan agreement the Chinese government signed with American International Corporation. Crane also state he encloses a treasury note for $150,000. The dispatch from the Chinese minister of finance summarizes previous loans and states that procedure was followed for this loan. The letter forwarding the above documents to AIC is also included.Charles A. Crane, American Minister Peking6-
893.80.811/361NavigationRivers-Two letters, the first from Fred Morris Dearing thanking the American Legation Peking for transmitting the Chinese treasury note. The second from Bainbridge to the American Consul at Shanghai stating "Cunningham, recommends appointment, Dollar Whangpoo Consultative Board vice Gallagher seconds recommendation H.H. Arnold inform Peking."Fred Morris Dearing, American International Corporation2-
893.80.811/362NavigationRivers-A letter from Albert B. Ruddock to the Secretary of State containing the copy of a draft to Hsiung Hsi-ling from W.Y. Oudenduh. The draft is entirely in French.Albert B. Ruddock4-
893.80.811/363NavigationRivers-A letter from Albert B. Ruddock to the Secretary of State containing a series of documents in French about the Chilhi River written by W.Y. OudendykAlbert B. Ruddock12-
893.80.811/364NavigationRivers-A letter from Albert B. Ruddock to the Secretary of State, stating that the Dutch engineer Oudenijk is not being paid well and is also rendering inefficient services. The Dutch minister wants W.J. Oudendijk to stay on and has threaten to use his vote in the diplomatic body to block the lending of one million dollars of the commission's funds to the Chinese government.Albert B. Ruddock2-
893.80.811/365NavigationRivers-A letter from Albert B. Ruddock to the Secretary of State containing a series of letters in French addressed to Hsiung Hsi-ling regarding the Chilhi River commission.Albert B. Ruddock8-
893.80.811/366NavigationRivers-A letter from Albert B. Ruddock to the Secretary of State containing a series of letters in French addressed to Hsiung Hsi-ling regarding the Chilhi River commission.Albert B. Ruddock6-
893.80.811/367NavigationRivers-A letter from the American Legation at Peking to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular about the Chilhi River Conservancy. The conservancy was organized for flood relief. The circular states that the commission have concluded to have their regulations drawn up.-5-
893.80.811/368NavigationRivers-Hai Ho Conservancy OperationsStuart J. Fuller, American Consul General Tientsin1-
893.80.811/369NavigationRiversAmerican Member Whangpoo Conservancy BoardTwo letters both from Mahlon Fay Perkins, the first to the Secretary of State stating he is forwarding a copy of a dispatch. The second is to Charles A. Crane. The dispatch states that J. Harold Dollar has been appointed as the American member of the Whangpoo Conservancy Consultant Board.Mahlon Fay Perkins, American Consul in Charge, Shanghai2-
893.80.811/370NavigationRivers-A letter from Albert B. Ruddock to the Secretary of State forwarding copies of Circular no. 237 of the Dean of the Diplomatic Corps. Regarding the Lower Liao River Conservancy. The Circular concerns the appropriation of 2,118,000 Tls in funds for the Lower Liao River Conservancy. There are also several pages of cash balance statements and expenditures. There are also expenditure estimates of surveying for the next five years.Albert B. Ruddock12-
893.80.811/371NavigationRivers-A letter from Charles A. Crane to American International Corporation via the Secretary of State concerning the famine conditions then under way in China. Cranes repeats Pan Fu's request to know when construction on the Grand Canal project will commence. He also repeats the possibility of the need for the Chinese government to arrange other sources of financing.Charles A. Crane, American Minister Peking3-
893.80.811/372NavigationRiversWhangpoo Conservancy Board's Plan to Make World Harbor for ShanghaiA letter from Mahlon Fay Perkins stating that the article that appeared in the Shanghai Gazette did not emanate from the office of the Whangpoo conservancy board and that "Report of the Future Development of the Shanghai Harbor" will be ready for distribution in a few weeks.Mahlon Fay Perkins, American Consul in Charge, Shanghai1-
893.80.811/373NavigationRiversWhangpoo Conservancy Board's Plan to Make World Harbor for ShanghaiA letter from Mahlon Fay Perkins to the Secretary of State forwarding an article from the Shanghai Gazette entitled "Whangpoo Conservancy Plans to Make World Harbor for Shanghai for Tls. 45,000,000." The article describes the ways in which the Shanghai harbor needs to be improved to make it a world class harbor, and the economic benefits that will follow therewith.Mahlon Fay Perkins, American Consul in Charge, Shanghai4-
893.80.811/374NavigationRivers"Report on the Future Development of the Shanghai Harbor"A letter from M.F Perkins to the Secretary of State in which he says he transmits the Report on the Future Development of the Shanghai Harbor."Mahlon Fay Perkins, American Consul in Charge, Shanghai1-
893.80.811/375NavigationRiversDevelopment of the Harbor at ShanghaiA letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State forwarding the report entitled "On the Necessity of the Shanghai Harbour and Port Improvement" by H. von Heidenstam. Von Heidenstam recommends that the need for making Shanghai Harbor a world class one and the economic benefits that go therewith be recognized by the parties involved. He mention the same conclusion being presented to the League of Nations. The works proposed by the report once it has been finished are estimated to cost £20,000,000. Originator: Paul ReinschPaul Reinsch5-
893.80.811/292NavigationRivers-A letter to Breckinridge Long from American International Corporation asking the State Department to ask the War Department if they will grant T.W. Woermann a leave of absence from his work on the Mississippi River so that he can assist them with Grand Canal project. A copy of the letter on the matter from the State Department to the War Department is included.American International Corporation6-
893.80.811/293NavigationRivers-A letter from Charles A. Stone forwarded to the American Legation at Peking by the State Department stating that they are anxious for the completion of the surveys of Chengtu, and asking if they can complete the survey without additional funds.Charles A. Stone, American International Corporation2-
893.80.811/294NavigationRivers-A series of correspondences between R. Ichinomiya of the Yokohama Bank and R. Tinsley concerning the loan to preliminary loan to China for the survey of the Grand Canal. Also, the agreement between the Chinese government and American International Corporation for a long of $250,000 for the preliminary survey of the Grand Canal. General Description: A series of correspondences between R. Ichinomiya of the Yokohama Bank and R. Tinsley concerning the loan to preliminary loan to China for the survey of the Grand Canal. Also, the agreement between the Chinese government and American International Corporation for a long of $250,000 for the preliminary survey of the Grand Canal.A. Tinsley, American International Corporation17-
893.80.811/295NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to American International Corporation via the State Department stating that they had received from the Chinese government a treasury note for $250,000 and that they are forwarding it to the State Department.Paul Reinsch2-
893.80.811/296NavigationRiversReports of the Hai-Ho River Conservancy Commission of the year 1917A letter from Paul R. Josselyn to the Secretary of State stating that he is forwarding three copies of the Report of the Hai-Ho Conservancy Commission for 1917.Paul R. Josselyn1-
893.80.811/297NavigationRivers-A letter from William Phillips to the Secretary of War concerning American International Corporation's request for a leave of absence for J.W. Woermann, stating that they wish to withdraw said request. Also a letter on the matter from the State Department to Richard Tinsley.William Phillips, State Department2-
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893.80.811/299NavigationRivers-A letter from Charles A. Stone to the State Department stating he will be glad if the American International Corporation's request for the release of J.W. Woermann be withdrawn.Charles A. Stone, American International Corporation1-
893.80.811/300NavigationRivers-A letter from American International Corporation to E.T. Williams of the State Department containing a series of correspondence concerning the loan to the Chinese government of $247,500.00. The correspondence is mainly between American International Corporation, National City Bank, The Yokohama Specie Bank, the Industrial Bank of Japan, and their representatives.American International Corporation46-
893.80.811/301NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch forwarded to American International Corporation via the State Department in which he had enclosed a Chinese treasury note for $250,000.00.Paul Reinsch3-
893.80.811/302NavigationRivers-A letter from Charles A. Stone to Secretary of State stating he has received the letter containing the Chinese treasury note for $250,000.00Charles A. Stone, American International Corporation1-
893.80.811/303NavigationRivers-: A letter from Paul Reinsch forwarded to American International Corporation via the Secretary of State, in which he urges the conservancy work to began at the earliest possible moment. He also informs them that Hsiung His-ling expects to act as director general of the conservancy work and have Pan Fu and a son of Yen Hsiu as his assistants.Paul Reinsch3-
893.80.811/304NavigationRivers-A letter from Richard Tinsley of American International Corporation to the Secretary of State stating that they have receive their letter containing the dispatch from Paul Reinsch concerning the Grand Canal. It also stated that the corporation will be glad to arrange a meeting with Reinsch now that he is returning home to the United States.A. Tinsley, American International Corporation1-
893.80.811/305NavigationRivers-A letter from Richard Tinsley to the Secretary of State containing a set of forms drawn up by their J. Rueben Clark of the transference of funds to China for the Grand Canal project. A seven page memorandum concerning the manner that the funds should be handled and spent by the Chinese government is included.A. Tinsley, American International Corporation22-
893.80.811/306NavigationRivers-: A letter from Richard Tinsley to the Secretary of State informing them that John F. Freeman has selected the names in the letter for his staff of engineers for the Grand Canal project. He also states that they will be arriving in China between July and August.A. Tinsley, American International Corporation3-
893.80.811/307NavigationRivers-A telegram from Fred Morris Dearing to Breckinridge Long of the State Department asking his message to be presented to the War Trade Board so that the custom authorities in San Francisco will allow the engineers of the Grand Canal project to take their equipment to China.Fred Morris Dearing, American International Corporation2-
893.80.811/308NavigationRiversScheme for Improving the Min RiverA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State containing several documents related to the conservancy plan for the Min River. The first a letter from George Charles Hanson to Paul Reinsch discussing the work needed to be carried out on the Min River, and the objection thereto by the Japanese who state the proposed plan does not go deep enough. The bilingual constitution for Min River Conservancy is included. Its purpose, national make up, powers, and structure are all described therein. A letter from the British consul stating that his government does not view the Min River project as urgent.George Charles Hanson, American Consul Foochow23-
893.80.811/309NavigationRiversHwai River ConervancyA letter from the American Consul at Nanking to the Secretary of State about the Hwai River Conservancy Project, specifically what it motivating Chang Chien's support of the project. An article from the Peking Gazette dated 7th December 1918 accuses Chang Chien of turning control of his country to foreign loan sharks.American Consulate Nanking5-
893.80.811/310NavigationRiversMin River Conservancy PlanA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State on the subject of the Standard Oil Company's objection to the project for improving the Min River at Foochow. Their objection stems from the current depth of the Min River being enough for their ships.George Charles Hanson, American Consul Foochow5-
893.80.811/311NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch forwarded to American International Corporation via the State Department stating that Joseph Ripley requests that the corporation release Goodrich, and that the Chilhi Conservancy Commission wishes to obtain the services of a competent American engineer.Paul Reinsch3-
893.80.811/312NavigationRiversKwangtung Conservancy WorksA series of documents about the Kwantung Conservancy Project from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State. He writes of the urgency of the need for dyke repair and reconstruction. The project is expected to cost $34 million and take fifteen years to complete. The project could be paid for by setting aside the surplus revenue derived from customs.Paul Reinsch6-
893.80.811/313NavigationRiversGrand Canal Conservancy ProjectA letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State containing sevaral letters between Reinsch, Joseph Ripley, Hsiung Hsiling, and American International Corporation on the subject of the Grand Canal project. He and others writes of "the impression in Chinese circles that American capitalists are prone to seek concesssions simply with the object of acquiring vlauable options, and with no intention of the actual development thereof." Reinsch also notes the need for additional funds for the surveying of the Grand Canal project.Paul Reinsch13-
893.80.811/314NavigationRivers-A letter from Richard Tinsley to the Secretary of State forwarding a letter from John R. Freeman to Joseph Ripley. Freeman's letter states that the new loan options are favorable, and stating not to spend hydraulics.A. Tinsley, American International Corporation2-
893.80.811/315NavigationRiversChuchow-Chinchow railway and Chouchiak'ou-Hsiangyang Railway projectsA letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State concerning the construction of the Chuchow-Chinchow and Chouchiak'ou-Hsiangyang railway lines, and other railway lines throughout China. The objections that different nationalities have to the construction of these lines is discussed. A letter from T.C. Sun to Siems-Carey Railway & Canal Company urging the continuance of several project now that World War One has ended.Paul Reinsch8-
893.80.811/316NavigationRiversMin River Conservancy BoardA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch he sent to Paul Reinsch concerning the Min River Conservancy. The dispatch states that the Foochow provincial government has approved the Min River conservancy. The consuls have not received approval from their respective ministers. The funding of the project through surtaxes is also dicussed in the dispatch.George Charles Hanson, American consul Foochow5-
893.80.811/317NavigationRivers-A letter from Paul Reinsch to the Secretary of State stating that W.T. Tyler of the Commission for the Improvement of the River System of Chilhi has requested for a hydrailic engineer from the Grand Canal project to serve on the commission in Chilhi, as the Grand Canal project is an integral part of the commission's plan for conserving the waterways of Chilhi.Paul Reinsch3-
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893.80.811/440NavigationRiversAnnual Report of Min River ConservancyA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State containing the Annual Report of Min River Conservancy for the year ending February 1921. The report includes the revunue gained through customs each month, as well some maps, and charts showing hydrographic inforation.George Charles Hanson21-
893.80.811/441NavigationRiversWhangpoo Conservancy Advisors.A letter from Edwin S. Cunninham to the Secretary of State on the makeup of the board of advisors for the Shanghai Harbor project. He also encloses two articles from The North China Daily News on the Shanghai Harbor Commision. The economic importance of the project is discussed.Edwin S. Cunningham; American Consul General9-
893.80.811/442NavigationRivers-A letter from William Franklin Sands of American International Corporation forwarded to the American Legation at Peking via the State Department acknowledging the receipt of a letter containing a treasury note for $938, 963.57William Franklin Sands, American International Corporation3-
893.80.811/443NavigationRivers-A note saying to see document 893.51/3666 for dispatch from Tsinan-1-
893.80.811/444NavigationRiversConservancy Bureau for the Lower YangtzeA document by John K. Davis on the need for flood prevention projects on the Lower Yangtze in Kiangsu. Nine of the nineteen counties the Yangtze touches in Kiangsu are in immediate attention. It is agreed that European and American engineers should be brought in for the project.John K. Davis, American Consul at Nanking2-
893.80.811/445NavigationRiversWhangpoo Conservancy AdvisorsA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State on the Whangpoo conservancy adivsors. He characterizes their report as excellent and having only in mind the good of the port, and urges the US government to support the report's findings.Edwin S. Cunningham3-
893.80.811/446NavigationRiversLower Liao River ConservancyA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch and a circular on the Lower Liao River Conservancy. The subject of the documents is the loaning of 190,000 Tls from the Upper Liao Conservancy to the Lower Liao Conservancy. The accounts of the Lower Liao River for June are given.Jacob Gould Schurman10-
893.80.811/447NavigationRiversConservancy Work in Han DeltaA letter from the American Consulate at Swatow to the Secretary of State saying that the conservancy work is underway on the Han River. It is estimated to cost $1,500,000 and is currently being paid for by voluntary assessements upon the villages benefetting from it. A salt tax will also be used to draw funds.American Consulate atSwatow2-
893.80.811/448NavigationRiversBritish Consul to Replace American Consul on Executive Committee of The Min River Conservancy Board.A letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State concerning the replacement of an American Consul by a British Consul on the executive committee of the Min River Conservancy Board. The minutes for the meetings between 8 September and 7 December 1921 are enclosed. The meetings also discussed the regular monthly reports and the in flux of revenue.George Charles Hanson10-
893.80.811/449NavigationRiversWhangpoo Conservancy Advisors.A letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State transmitting the report of the committee of consulting engineers for the Shanghai Harbor Investigation. The report is extensive and details the plan for the Shanghai Harbor improvement.Edwin S. Cunningham22-
893.80.811/450NavigationRiversThe Yellow RiverA letter from the American Consul at Tsinan stating that the governor of Shantung has issued a tax of $.004 per catty on salt as way of raising funds for the work needed on the Yellow River dikes.American Consul at Tsinan2-
893.80.811/451NavigationRiversAnnual Report of the Board of Conservancy Works of Kwangtung.A letter from the American Consul general at Canton to the Secretary of State transmitting a copy of the Annual Report of the Board of Conservancy Works of Kwangtung for the year ending 30 June 1921. The report contains hydrographic data for Kwantung Province as well as the accounting for the conservancy works. The appendix of the report contains a number of maps and pictures.American Consul general at Canton.32-
893.80.811/452NavigationRivers-A letter from Albert B. Ruddock to the Secretary of State about the need of the Lower Liao River Conservancy Project for an additional 95,000 Tls in funds. Letters from the Japanese consul supporting the loan are included.Albert B. Ruddock6-
893.80.811/453NavigationRiversLower Liao River Conservancy. Appropiration of Funds: Note To W.C.P.A letter from Albert B. Ruddock to the Secretart of State containing a dispatch and a copy of a circular on the subject of a loan from the Upper Liao Conservancy to the Lower Liao Conservancy of 190,000 Tls. The diplomatic body is also urging the Chinese government for a further sum of 95,000 Tls from the custums funds.Albert B. Ruddock3-
893.80.811/454NavigationRiversMin River ConservancyA letter from Ernrest B. Price to the Secretary of State saying that Kiujiro Hayashi has been elected as conular representative on the executive committee of the Min River Conservancy. Ernrest B. Price has misgivings about it due to the anti-Japanese sentiment among the Chinese. He also informs that John R. West will be engineer in chief for the Min River project for another three years.Ernrest B. Price, American Consul at Foochow2-
893.80.811/455NavigationRiversOperation of Tengo Company A Religio-Commercial Co-operative Undertaking.A letter from Norwood F. Allman to the Secretary of State containing a dispatch he sent to Jacob Gould Schurman on the operations of the Japanese Tengo Company in China. The document is hard to read.Norwood F. Allman, vice consul in charge Changking4-
893.80.811/456NavigationRiversYangtze Prepratory Technical CommitteeA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State on the subject of the search for an engineer for the Yangtze conservancy project. Schurman suggests George G. Stroebe. Stroebe's professional resume is included in the document.Jacob Gould Schurman9-
893.80.811/457NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of a dispatch by the Japanese Charge d'Affaires on the subject of a monthly grant for the Yangtze River project. The Yoshida's suggestion of the establishment of a International Commision for the project is criticized by de Freitas.Jacob Gould Schurman2-
893.80.811/458NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the secretary of State forwarding a dispatch by Albert W. Pontius. The dispatch is about the funds and expenditure of the Lower Liao River Conservancy Work.Jacob Gould Schurman3-
893.80.811/459NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State transmitting a circular on the subject of the monthly appropriation of funds from the Customs Surplus Revenue.Jacob Gould Schurman4-
893.80.811/460NavigationRiversMemorandum of a Conversation with General W.M. BlackMemorandum of a Conversation with General W.M. Black. Black believes it is neccesary for a board to control the conservancy work of both the Whangpoo and Yangtze rivers need to be established for the benefit of the improvement of Shanghai Harbor.-4-
893.80.811/461NavigationRivers-A memorandum on the subject of conservancy work on the lower Yangtze River near Shanghai. Surveying has already started according the memorandum.-4-
893.80.811/462NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State containing a number do documents on the subject of Lower Liao River Conservancy. The accounts of the project are represented. The project is in need of 1,864,000 in funding for the completion of the project and hopes to get if from the Upper Liao River conservancy, the Chinese government, and through customs.Jacob Gould Schurman20-
893.80.811/463NavigationRiversReport by the Committee of Consulting Engineers, Shanghai Harbour Investigation, 1921.A letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State containing a dispatch and a report on the Shanghai Harbor prepared by the International Committee of Engineers. The report contains the views (some of which conflict) of each nation on the different aspects of the proposed works.Edwin S. Cunningham12-
893.80.811/464NavigationRiversReport of Hai-Ho Conservancy Commission for 1921.A letter from the American Consul at Tientsin to the Secretary of State containing the Report of Hai-Ho Conservancy Commission for 1921. The report contains an extensive amount of information on the Hai-Ho. Hydrographic data, financial accounts, and maps all relating to the Hai-Ho conservancy are given.-34-
893.80.811/465NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State asking for instructions on the allocation of customs revenue. The State department has no objections, but wants more details.Jacob Gould Schurman4-
893.80.811/466NavigationRiversLower Liao River ConservancyA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secertary of State forwarding a circular on the allocation of the sum of 1,769,000 Tls for the Lower Liao River Conservancy from the funds of the Upper Liao River Conservancy. The payment plan is included.Jacob Gould Schurman4-
893.80.811/467NavigationRiversPayment of Dues by Launches on Inland Water North and South of Yangtze. Note from W.C.P.A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular. The circular discusses the dues paid by steam launches on the Yangtze. There are several pages of documents entirely in French.Jacob Gould Schurman14-
893.80.811/468NavigationRiversJapanese Steamers on SungariA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of an article from Novosti Zhizni on the subject of Japanese steamers on the Sungari River. The Japanese are wanting Chinese protection for their steamers from brigands or the right for a gunboat to accompany their steamers.George Charles Hanson7-
893.80.811/469NavigationRiversConcerning Engineering Qualifications of George G. StroebeA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding several documents on George G. Stroebe and his appointment as engineer for the conservancy work on the Yangtze River. A biographical sketch of Stroebe, a copy of his appointment letter and the term thereof, his letter accepting the position, and a clipping from the Peking Leader from 12 July 1922 annoucing his appointment are includedJacob Gould Schurman8-
893.80.811/470NavigationRiversPayment of Dues by Launches on Inland Water North and South of Yangtze. Note Sent to Wai Chiao Pu.A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State regarding Payment of Dues by Launches on Inland Water North and South of Yangtze. The circular attached notes that another circular was sent to the Wai Chiao Pu on 5 August 1922.Jacob Gould Schurman2-
893.80.811/471NavigationRiversMin River Conservancy and the Foochow Port Emporium BureauA letter from Ernest B. Price to the Secretary of State forwarding a number of docuements. Those documents include the Third Annual Report of the Min River Conservancy, the rules and regulation for the Foochow Port, and the minutes of the third meeting of the General Board of the Min River Conservancy. The annual report contains extensive hydrographic data, financial accounts, and maps.Ernest B. Price34-
893.80.811/472NavigationRiversProposed Repair of the Yellow River Dike Break and re-Training of the Yellow River into its old course and outlet to the sea.A letter from the American Consul at Tsinan to the Secretary of State on the subject of the Proposed Repair of the Yellow River Dike Break and re-Training of the Yellow River into its old course and outlet to the sea. There are reports of the Japanese wanting to finance the project, but the consul is not sure on their validity. The Asia Development Company is also said to be interested.American Consul at Tsinan4-
893.80.811/473NavigationRiversPayment of Dues by Launches on Inland Water North and South of Yangtze. Reply from W.C.P.A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of a circular on the subject of Payment of Dues by Launches on Inland Water North and South of Yangtze. The Wai Chiao Pu reply on the matter to the Dean is given. The matter is going to be negogiated.Jacob Gould Schurman4-
893.80.811/474NavigationRiversProposed Improvement of the River Hai-HoA letter from Stuart J. Fuller to the Secertary of State forwarding several copies of the Hai-Ho Conservancy Commision's Report on the future of the River Hai-Ho and its approaches. Louis Perrier has been asked to give his advice on the report. The report contains extensive hydrographic data, blueprints for the works on the river, the names of the staff, and maps.Stuart J. Fuller, American Consul General Tientsin64-
893.80.811/475NavigationRivers-A letter from W.E. Griffith to the Alvey A. Adee acknowliging receipt of a dispatch from the American consul at Tientsin regarding improvements of the Hai-Ho River.W.E. Griffith,1-
893.80.811/412NavigationRiversThreatened break in Yellow River dikes menaces Shantung and ChilhiA letter from Charles A. Crane to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch by Clarence E. Gauss stating that the Yellow River is rising and is threatening to breach its dike which are in a state of disrepair.Charles A. Crane, American Minister Peking2-
893.80.811/413NavigationRiversWhangpoo River Conservancy Consultative Board Report on the Hydrology of the Hangchow Bay and the Chien Tang EstuaryA letter from Edwing S. Cunngingham to the Secretary of State asking that the copy of report 1, series no.5 issued by the Whangpoo Conservancy board on the hydrology of the Hangchow Bay and the Chief Tang Estuary be forwarded to George W. Goethals.Edwin S. Cunningham2-
893.80.811/414NavigationRivers-A series of correspondence between George W. Goethals and the Secretary of State over the matter of W.M. Black, Goethals' alternate if something should prevent him from going to the conference in Shanghai. The State Department also wishes to know the vessel and the date on which Goethals plans to leave for Shanghai.George W. Goethals3-
893.80.811/415NavigationRivers-A telegram from Ruddock to American International stating it has received the Chinese treasury bill for the amount of $55,000 and requests that the National City Bank make payment.Albert B. Ruddock2-
893.80.811/416NavigationRivers-A letter from Philip W. Henry of American International Corporation to the Secretary of Stating in which he encloses a copy of the agreement between the Chinese government and AIC for the a further loan of $55,000 for the preliminary surveys of the Grand Canal. Letter between AIC and National City Bank are also included.Philip W. Henry, American International Corporation9-
893.80.811/417NavigationRivers-A letter from C.A. McKenney of Black, McKenney & Stewart acknowledging the receipt of a letter from the State Department containing ten documents prepared by the Whangpoo ConservancyC.A. McKenney, Black, McKenney & Stewart1-
893.80.811/418NavigationRivers-A letter from Charles A. Crane to the Secretary of State containing a dispatch sent to him by Albert B. Ruddock in which the request for the neccesary authority be granted to American launches in accordance with the Military and Civil Governors of Hupei.Charles A. Crane, American Minister Peking2-
893.80.811/419NavigationRiversThreatened Yellow River FloodsA letter from Charles A. Crane to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch about the state of disrepair of the dikes of the Yellow River in KwantungCharles A. Crane, American Minister Peking4-
893.80.811/420NavigationRivers-A letter from Philip W. Henry to the Secretary of State acknowledging the reception of a letter from the American Legation at Peking about a treasury note for $55,000.Philip W. Henry, American International Corporation1-
893.80.811/421NavigationRiversWhangpoo Conservancy Board - Shanghai Harbor Investigation 1921. Fees of members.A letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch to George W. Goethals.Edwin S. Cunningham2-
893.80.811/422NavigationRiversRiver System of Chilhi. Absence of me. F. Hussey-FrekeA letter from Charles A. Crane to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch stating that F. Hussey-Freke is going to Europe on furlough and will have R.T. McDonnell act in his stead as secretary and treasuerer of the Chilhi River Commission.Charles A. Crane, American Minister Peking2-
893.80.811/423NavigationRiversMin River Conservancy BoardA letter from Charles A. Crane to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch about the Min River Conservancy Board. The dispatch deals with the procedure to happen if any claims are mad against the board.Charles A. Crane, American Minister Peking2-
893.80.811/424NavigationRivers-A letter from William Franklin Sands of American International Corporation to the Secretary of State containing three letters between AIC and Pan Fu, and AIC and Y. Ono on the matter of a loan to China for the Grand Canal project. In his letter to AIC, Y. Ono mentions that the land to be reclaimed would be profitable for growing cotton, and that many people in Japan are interested in cotton mills. The letter Pan Fu urges for construction to begin after three years of delays and thousands of dollars spent surveying the Grand CanalWilliam Franklin Sands, American International Corporation6-
893.80.811/425NavigationRivers-A memorandum from the law offices of R.J. Reuben Clark, Jr examining the contract made between American International Coproration and the Chinese government. Specificially, about when the contract becomes operative.R.J. Reuben Clark, Jr7-
893.80.811/426NavigationRivers-A letter from William Franklin Sands of American International Corporation to the Secretary of State containing a dispatch in which the cost and effect of the three different preposed routes for the Grand Canal improvement is discussed.William Franklin Sands, American International Corporation4-
893.80.811/427NavigationRivers-A letter from F.C. Hitchcock of Siems-Carey Railway & Canal Company to P.W. Henry of American International Corporation. The letter mentions the potential Dutch take over of the Grand Canal project should AIC abandon it.F.C. Hitchcock, Siems-Carey Railway & Canal Company2-
893.80.811/428NavigationRivers-A letter from Philip W. Henry to the Secretary of State forwarding a series of documents about the agreement between the Republic of China and American International Corporation for a loan of $250,000 for the preliminary survey of the Grand Canal. A copy of the agreement, two letter from F.C. Hitchcock, and one from T.S. Wei are included.Philip W. Henry, American International Corporation13-
893.80.811/429NavigationRivers-A letter from Albert B. Ruddock forwarded to American International Corporation that says it contains a treasury note for $55,000 for the Grand Canal Conservancy work.Albert B. Ruddock5-
893.80.811/430NavigationRiversExtracts from Reports of Engineers bearing on permancy and economic value of the proposed improvement of Grand CanalA document containing a number of samples from the report by Joseph Ripley chief engineer on the improvement of the Grand Canak. He advocates the restoration of the full length of the canal, as well as the restoration and building of more dikes to guard against the menace of the Yellow River. Also, a notecard with a quote from Robert Lansing that the US has not political ambitions in the Far East and is willing to cooperate with JapanJoseph Ripley8-
893.80.811/431NavigationRivers-A letter from William Franklin Sands of American International Corporation to American Legation acknowleding the receipt of a dispatch containing a treasury note for $55,000.William Franklin Sands, American International Corporation2-
893.80.811/392NavigationRivers-A telegram from Charles A. Crane to the Secretary of State asking for the fee it will take for George W. Goethals. The State Department replies that George W. Goethals will accept a sum of $15,000, and that the fee suggested by the British for their engineer is excessive.Charles A. Crane, American Minister Peking2-
893.80.811/393NavigationRiversAdjudication of Claimes Against the Min River ConvervancyA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State concerning claims against the Min River Conservancy. Hanson writes that it has been suggested that cliams should be held by a local committee composed similarly to the one at Tientsin.George Charles Hanson2-
893.80.811/394NavigationRivers-A letter from Charles A. Crane to the Secretary of State transmitting copies of circular no. 40 of the Dean of the Diplomatic Corps about the Lower Liao River Conservancy.Charles A. Crane, American Minister Peking1-
893.80.811/395NavigationRivers-A letter from R.P. Tinsley of American International Corporation forwarded to the American Legation at Peking via the State Department stating that a Dutch group and a British group are both ready and willing to take over the financing of the Grand Canal project from American International Corporation.Richard P. Tinsley, American International Corporation5-
893.80.811/396NavigationRivers-A letter from W.S. Benson of United States Shipping Board to W.W. McLauren stating that the development of the port of Shanghai and the Yangtse River are of utmost importance. He suggests W.M. Black to represent America on the matter.W.S. Benson, United States Shipping Board1-
893.80.811/397NavigationRivers-A letter from F.R. Eldridge to Wesley Frost stating that a man approved by the American public and having had experienced with silt bearing rivers should be sent to the International Conference of engineers meeting about the development of the port of Shanghai.F.R. Eldridge, laison officer1-
893.80.811/398NavigationRivers-A letter from F.R. Eldridge to McLauren forwarding a letter written by John R. Freeman concerning the need for an American representative for the Shanghai Harbor project. A list of engineers with experience improving habors and rivers is given.F.R. Eldridge, laison officer3-
893.80.811/399NavigationRiversAddressesA memorandum concerning an international conference to be held in Shanghai in December of 1921 to discusse the development of the harbor. The addresses of the American representatives to the conference are given.-3-
893.80.811/400NavigationRivers-A letter from W.M. Black to Charles E. Hughes concerning the allocation of funds for the alternative American representative to the engineering conference in Shanghai. In another letter The State Department replied that it would be inadvisible. Black is then later informed that the principal representative cannot make it to the conference and that he will now be the American representative to the conference.W.M. Black8-
893.80.811/401NavigationRiversThe Whangpoo Conservancy BoardA memorandum from the office of the foreign trade adviser summarizing the purpose of the International Committee of Engineers, and stating that George W. Goethals will be the American representative.Office of the Foreing Trade Adviser1-
893.80.811/402NavigationRiversAppointment of American Consulting Engineer as a member of the International Committee of Engineers- Shanghai Harbor Investigation 1921 - Proposed FeeA letter from Edwin S. Cunngingham to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch he sent to Charles A. Crane in which he writes that George W. Goethals should receive a fee at least equal to that of the British representative to the engineering conference as he for famous and skilled than the British engineer.Edwin S. Cunningham3-
893.80.811/403NavigationRivers-A letter from W.M. Black to the Secretary of State submitting his name as an alternate for the Shanghai Conference, and the response of the State Depertment accepting his submission.W.M. Black3-
893.80.811/404NavigationRiversLiao River Conservancy Board MeetingA letter from Albert W. Pontius to the Secretary of State to whom he forwards a letter he wrote to Charles A. Crane about the Liao River Conservancy choice to not purchase a dredger due to the a slump in the exchange of silver. The letter also mentions in the appropriation of further funds from the Customs Revenue.Albert W. Pontius4-
893.80.811/405NavigationRivers-A letter from Charles A. Crane forwarded to American International Corporation confirming that the Netherlands is interested in financing the Grand Canal improvement project. The letter also refutes the rumor of British interest in the project.Charles A. Crane, American Minister Peking3-
893.80.811/406NavigationRivers-A letter from Philip W. Henry thanking the State Department for forwarding the letter of Charles A. Crane, and stating that American International Corporation just made another cash advance to the Chinese government.Philip W. Henry, American International Corporation1-
893.80.811/407NavigationRiversReport of Hai Ho Conservancy CommissionA letter from the American Consul General at Tientsin to the Secretary of State in which he forwards a copy of the Hai-Ho Conservancy Commission: Report for 1920. The report contains extensive information about the Hai-Ho river including water level charts, maps, other hydrographic data, and the cost of the project. Copies of the report were sent to the Secretaries of Commerce, War, and the Navy, and to the United States Shipping Board. The names of the members of the board of the Hai-Ho commission dating back to 1902 are given.American Consul34-
893.80.811/408NavigationRivers-Two telegrams, the first to the Secretary of State from Charles A. Crane stating that all fees to members with the exception of Japan and including British must be equal and they should be ?3,000. The second telegram is from Charles E. Hughes to the American Legation at Peking asking what exception is made to the fee of the Japanese engineer.Charles A. Crane, American Minister Peking2-
893.80.811/409NavigationRivers-A letter from Charles A. Crane to the Secretary of State which reads, "Shanghai reports that Japanese fee is ?2,500. Understanding that lessor amount due to smaller expenses of Japanese representative."Charles A. Crane, American Minister Peking1-
893.80.811/410NavigationRivers-A letter forwarded to George W. Goethals from Charles A. Crane via the State Department telling Goethals that the fee he will paid is ?3,500. The State Department asks for his response.Charles A. Crane, American Minister Peking2-
893.80.811/411NavigationRivers-A letter from Richard P. Tinsley forwarded to the American Legation at Peking via the State Department. It states than an agreement for $55,000 was signed 15 June 1921.Richard P. Tinsley, American International Corporation2-
893.80.811/376NavigationRiversShanghai Harbor ImprovementsA letter from Thomas Sammons to the Secretary of State stating that schems for improving the Shanghai Harbor have been discussed. Supporters say it is needed if Shanghai wants to stay an economically important city, as ships size will increase and soon become to large for the harbor as it currently is. It is rumored that 300,000 taels have been improved by the Whangpoo Conservancy board.Thomas Sammons, American Consul General Shanghai1-
893.80.811/377NavigationRivers-Two telegrams, the first is from Crank to the Secretary of State saying that Harold Dollar recommends either Colonel Coathals or Gernal Black for representative to the Whangpoo Conservnacy board. The second if from Davis to the American Legation at Peking asking if representatives to an unnamed board will have their expenses paid for, how long services will be required, and what nationalities will make up the board.Crank2-
893.80.811/378NavigationRivers-A letter from Davis to Crank saying the entire trip should take four months, and that the board will also be made up of Japanese, British, and Dutch representatives. Another letter nominating George W. Goethals for a position on the Whangpoo board. Also, a letter from the Secretary of State to Goethals asking for his response on being nominated.Crank4-
893.80.811/379NavigationRiversAppropriation for the Liao River ConservancyA letter from Charles A. Crane to the Secretary of State forwarding several documents relating to the Conservancy of the Liao River, and the further appropriation of 2,118,000 Taels for the work. A circular to Wai Chiao Pu advocating the appropiration is included.Charles A. Crane, American Minister Peking11-
893.80.811/380NavigationRivers-A letter from Fred Morris Dearing of American International Corporation stating that Kiangsu province has received permission to withhold one million dollars of provincial taxes for the improvement of the Grand Canal. He worries that this may infringe the rights of AIC as set forth in article X of their contract with the Chinese government.Fred Morris Dearing, American International Corporation1-
893.80.811/381NavigationRivers-A letter from F.R. Elridge to McLauren forwarding a telegram from Julean Arnold. The telegram from Arnold asks for the shipping of the complete comprehensive development of the port of Shanghai. It also states that the representative will be out of American for half a year. A telegram from Arnold listing the names of the preferred representatives is given.F.R. Eldridge, laison officer4-
893.80.811/382NavigationRiversAppointment of American Consulting Engineer as a Members of the International Committee of Engineers in Shanghai Harbor Investigation, 1921A letter from Mahlon Fay Perkins to the Secretary of State forwarding a letter and series of documents from him to Charles A. Crane concerning J. Harold Dollar and the plan for dredgin the Shanghai Harbor to prepare it for future growth. Another letter that the estimated cost of the project needs to be increased. The list of reports available on the Shanghai harbor is given.Mahlon Fay Perkins, American Consul in Charge, Shanghai12-
893.80.811/383NavigationRivers-A letter from George W. Goethals to the Secretary of State saying he will be glad to be designated American engineer for the conference for the development of the port of Shanghai. The State Deperartment's response stating they telegraphed Peking of his appointment is included in the set.George W. Goethals3-
893.80.811/384NavigationRiversMinutes of Min River Conservancy Executives Committee MeetingsA letter from George Charles Hanson the Secretary of State containing the minutes of seventeen meetings of the Min River Conservancy Board from between 19 May 1920 and 21 Dec 1920. The minutes discuss a wide variety of topics dealing with the conservancy project of the Min River including the construction of a bamboo dyke, a tax on salt, and an increase in the salaries of Chinese employes.George Charles Hanson18-
893.80.811/385NavigationRivers-A letter to the Secretary of state in which it is written "Referring to my despatch number 457, January 13th. It is (*) the Department reply by telegraph the name of the American appointee for the Whang Foo conservancy international committee of engineers Shanghai harbor investigation.-1-
893.80.811/386NavigationRivers-A letter from Charles A. Stone forwarded to the American legation at Peking via the State Department stating that the Grand Canal and Railway projects will be discontinued. The corporation still wishes to forfeit none of their rights guaranteed by contract.Charles A. Stone, American International Corporation5-
893.80.811/387NavigationRivers-A letter from George W. Goethals to the Secretary of State saying that he has no objection to their seeking alternates if he cannot travel to China, but that he prefers Black over Sibert. The letter asking Black to be George W. Goethals alternate is included.George W. Goethals3-
893.80.811/388NavigationRiversAmerican Consul Re-Elected as the Consular Body's Representative on Min River Convervancy Board's Executive Committee.A letter to the Secretary of State from George Charles Hanson in which Hanson writes of his own reelection to the Min River Conservancy Board's executive committee.George Charles Hanson4-
893.80.811/389NavigationRiversAppointment of American Consulting Engineers as a Member of the International Committee of Engineers, Shanghai Harbor Investigation 1921A letter from Mahlon Fay Perkins to the Secretary of State containing a dispatch concerning the appointment of a nominee as the consulting engineer for the Shanghai Harbor work. Mahlon Fay Perkins says that J. Harold Dollar thinks that the nominee should also appoint his alternate to avoid friction.Mahlon Fay Perkins, American Consul in Charge, Shanghai3-
893.80.811/390NavigationRiversAppointment of American Consulting Engineers as a Member of the International Committee of Engineers, Shanghai Harbor Investigation 1921A letter from Mahlon Fay Perkins to the Secretary of State in which he says he encloses ten reports listed in the letter to be sent in duplicate to the American Legation Peking. The letter is forwarded to W.M. Black.Mahlon Fay Perkins, American Consul in Charge, Shanghai4-
893.80.811/391NavigationRiversDevelopment of Canton Harbor by the Kwangtung ConservancyA letter from Ernest B. Price to the Secretary of State concerning the allocation of $1,200,000 for flood prevention of the Kwangtun Conservancy and $2,500,000 for Canton Harbor development from the customs surplus. A description of the work needed is also supplied.Ernest B. Price8-
893.80.811/432NavigationRivers-Two letters, the first from George W. Goethals to the State Department saying he will not be able to travel to Shanghai as planned. The second letter is from the State Department to the American Legation at Peking saying that W.M. Black will come in Goethals' stead.George W. Goethals2-
893.80.811/433NavigationRiversPreliminary Survey of Han RiverA letter from Charles E. Hughes to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch the former sent to Albert B. Ruddock stating that a survey is under way of the Han River by J.G.A. Berg.Charles E. Hughes3-
893.80.811/434NavigationRivers-A letter from George W. Goethals to the Secretary of State saying that he has been in contact with his alternate and has given him his transportation information.George W. Goethals2-
893.80.811/435NavigationRiversMinutes of the Min River Conservancy Executive Committee MeetingsA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State in which the minutes from meetings of the Min River Conservancy Committee between March and July of 1921. The meetings dealt with monthly reports from the head engineer, the amount received from customs, and the costs of the convervancy.George Charles Hanson15-
893.80.811/436NavigationRivers-A letter from Albert B. Ruddock to the Secretary of State urging George W. Goethals to reconsider coming to Shanghai to help American prestige. He notes that the fees have been increased to 5,000 guineas. The State Department responds that W.M. Black is already enroute and that he is exceptionally qualified.Albert B. Ruddock2-
893.80.811/437NavigationRivers-A letter from R.B. Pendergast to the Department of State in which Paul P. Whitham on Shanghai Port Development. The written portion discusses the trade sphers of China and how they have been influenced by geography, and why Shanghai should continue to grow in importance as a port. The report contains 78 photographs and many maps.R.B. Pendergast104-
893.80.811/438NavigationRiversWhangoo Conservancy; The Shanghai HarborA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State containing an article on the Shanghai harbor problem, and committee of six engineers gathering to solve the problem.Edwin S. Cunningham; American Consul General10-
893.80.811/439NavigationRivers-A letter from the American Legation at Peking to the Secretary of State forwarding a treasury note for $938,983.57 to American International Corporation for the Grand Canal project.American Legation Peking3-
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893.80.811/541NavigationRivers-A letter to the Secretary of State from J. Oscar Thomson of the American Association of South China. He "urges that of four shallow river gunboats on the new building program two, or two in addition, be built for Kwongtung, Kwongsi provinces."J. Oscar Thomson, American Association of South China1-
893.80.811/542NavigationRiversAdequacy of naval patrol on Upper YangtzeA letter from the American Consul General at Large to the Secertary of State forwarding a memorandum on the inadequacy of the gunboats currently patrolling the the upper Yangtze River. All of the letter included stress the need for more gunboats.American Consul General At Large5-
893.80.811/543NavigationRiversPresence of Chinese Troops on Foreign Merchant Steamers on the Upper YangtzeA letter from Clarence J. Spiker to the Secretary of State on the subject presence of Chinese troops on foreign merchant steamers on the Upper Yangtze. The S.S. Wanhsion carried second army troops and was thus in violation of neutrality. It was then taking the risk of being attacked. Also an extract from an article that appeared in the North China Herald describeing several attacks on American merchant ships. Also an account of the actions of the Monocacy against Chinese bandits.Clarence J. Spiker14-
893.80.811/544NavigationRiversNeccesity for Adequate American Naval Patrol Force on the Upper Yangtze RiverA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a letter on the subject of the inadequacy of American Naval Forces on the Upper Yangtze. The letter from Heintzleman contains an editorial that appeared in the North China Daily News on 17 July 1923. The editorial discussess how American merchant ships on the Yangtze are getting caught in the midst of a Chinese civil war.Jacob Gould Schurman10-
893.80.811/545NavigationRivers-A letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding an article that appeared in the Russian Daily News on 27 July 1923. Therein Dr Baron Budberg pronounces the waters of the Sungari River to be radioactive; and therefore, bathing there is healthy.George Charles Hanson2-
893.80.811/546NavigationRivers-A letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding an article that appeared in the Russian Daily News on 29 July 1923 on accidents on the Sungari River. It use for Russians commiting sucide is noted.George Charles Hanson2-
893.80.811/547NavigationRiversNaval Protection Upper Yangtze RiverA letter from Howard E. Cole of the Standard Oil Company reporting an attack on his company's shipping on the Yangtze. The Secretary of State responds that it is dispatching two minesweepers from Honolulu to help out with the problem on the Yangtze.Howard E. Cole, Standard Oil Company4-
893.80.811/548NavigationRiversShanghai Harbour: Woosung Shanghai Harbour Bureau. Note to W.C.P.A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular on the subject of the Shanghai Harbor. The Chinese government has established a Woosung-Shanghai Harbor Bureau in violation of several treaties. De Freitas demands that the rights of the Whangpoo Conservancy board be upheld.Jacob Gould Schurman3-
893.80.811/549NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a letter to W.E. Phelps. The letter regards the letter sent by the Civil governor stating that the Villalobos ought to have not been on Puyang lake as disrespectful to the rights of America as a treaty power.Jacob Gould Schurman4-
893.80.811/550NavigationRiversPresence of Chinese Troops On Foreign Merchant Steamers on the Upper YangtzeA letter from Clarence J. Spiker to the Secretary of State on the subject of the presence of Chinese troops on foreign merchant steamers on the upper Yangtze. Also a letter supporting cooperation with the Chinese military to recover the oil that was stolen from the Standard Oil Company by bandits on the Yangtze.Clarence J. Spiker6-
893.80.811/551NavigationRivers-A letter from Theodore Roosevelt Jr. to the Secretary of State on the subject of the inadequacy of the gunboats in use on the Yangtze River. Most are too great in draft and too old to guard against the bandits attacking merchant ships on the Yangtze. The Secretary of State hopes that the construction of new gunboats will be approved.Theodore Roosevelt Jr.4-
893.80.811/552NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman forwarding a dispatch on the bandit situation on the Yangtze.Jacob Gould Schurman4-
893.80.811/553NavigationRiversAmerican Naval Policy on the Upper YangtzeA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch containing a clipping of an article that ppeared in the North China Daily News 27 August 1923. The article subtitle of the article says "Admiral Phelps will Afford Ships the Protection that China Will Not Give."Edwin S. Cunningham5-
893.80.811/554NavigationRiversLower Liao River Conservancy. Application for the Second Instalment of the Estimate.A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular regarding application for the second instalment of the estimate for the Lower Liao River conservancy.Jacob Gould Schurman3-
893.80.811/555NavigationRiversU.S.S. Pampanga fired upon by Kwangsi Soldiers-DosingA letter from Theodore Roosevelt Jr. to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of the report of the firing upon of the Pampanga by Kwangsi soldiers at Dosing. A letter from the chief of staff of the Kwangtung assistance army says the attack was an accident and deeply regrets that it happened.Theodore Roosevelt Jr.7-
893.80.811/556NavigationRiversShanghai Harbour Woosung-Shanhai Harbour Bureau.A letter from Edward Bell to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular that demands the restoration of the Whangpoo Conservancy.Edward Bell2-
893.80.811/557NavigationRiversWeekly Report of Operations. Week ending August 25, 1923.A letter from Edward Bell to the Secretary of State transmitting a copy of the report on the U.S.S. Monocacy's visit to Nanchang.Edward Bell6-
893.80.811/558NavigationRiversMemorandum of a Conversation with Rear Admiral C.B. McVayA memorandum of a conversation with Rear Adimiral C.B. McVay. McVay is interested in using hydroplanes to help patrol the Yangtze River. The author of the note believes that would be ill adivised and create tension with the Chinese.-4-
893.80.811/559NavigationRiversLower Liao River Conservancy. Note to W.C.P.A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular on the subject of funds for the Lower Liao River Conservancy.Jacob Gould Schurman2-
893.80.811/560NavigationRiversYangtze PatrolA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State in favor of longer tenures of duty for officers commanding vessels on the Yangtze.Edwin S. Cunningham3-
893.80.811/561NavigationRivers-A letter from J. Harold Dollar to the Secretary of State forwarding a letter thanking W.W. Phelps for protecting the S.S. Alice Dollar when it was attacked by bandits.J. Harold Dollar3-
893.80.811/562NavigationRivers-A letter from J. Harold Dollar to the Secretary of State in which he states his belief that two years is too short a tour of duty for officers on the Yangtze River. A pamplet entitled "For the Portection of American Lives and Property in China" is enclosed. The pamplet advocates better gunboats and action to be taken by the American navy.J. Harold Dollar14-
893.80.811/563NavigationRivers-A letter from F.P. Turner to the Secretary of State in favor of the construction of more gunboats to patrol the Yangtze river. The Secretary responds that the collapse of the central Chinese government and the rise of various warlords has led to the current situation on the Yangtze and is in favor of better gunboats.F.P. Turner. Foreign Missions Conference of North America4-
893.80.811/564NavigationRiversOperation of Amercian Firms of Chinese-Owned Steamers flying between Ichang and ChungkingA letter from P.S. Heintzleman to the Secretary of State on the subject of the use by the Dollar Company and other businesses of Chinese steamers flying the Chinese flag to operate on the Yangtze River.P.S. Heintzleman4-
893.80.811/565NavigationRivers-A letter from Theodore Roosevelt Jr. to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch and a newspaper clipping on the subject of obtaining appropirations required for the building of high-powered gunboats for operating on the Yangtze River. The article is from the Washington Post on 11 December 1923 and estimates the cost of modernization to be $30,000,000.Theodore Roosevelt Jr.4-
893.80.811/566NavigationRivers-A letter from senator MA David I. Walsh to the Secretary of State forwarding a letter from the Amos Bird Company. The letter details a number of problems they have been having with provincial goverments in China, specifically their inability of obtaining transit passes.David I. Walsh6-
893.80.811/567NavigationRiversAnnual Report of Min River ConservancyA letter from John R. Putnam to the Secretary of State tranmitting a copy of the Annual Report of Min River Conservancy for the year ending February 28, 1923. The report includes the progress made in the past year, hydrographic data, maps, and financial accounts.John R. Putnam16-
893.80.811/568NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State on the proposed improvement of the Harbor of Shanghai. The Japanese are against the current plan due to the threat of competition if new wharves are built and the lost of a site for a cotton mill. The Chinese violation of treaty rights by establishing the Woosung-Shanhai Bureau in a later Schurman includes.Jacob Gould Schurman29-
893.80.811/569NavigationRivers-A letter from Henry Cabot Lodge to J.V.A. MacMurray inregards to the concerns raised by Simeon C. Keith of the Amos Bird Company. The letter details a number of problems they have been having with provincial goverments in China, specifically their inability of obtaining transit passes.Henry Cabot Lodge7-
893.80.811/570NavigationRivers-A letter from to the Secretary of the Navy enclosing a letter from N.T. Johnson on the conditions of the upper Yangtze River.William Phillips, State Department2-
893.80.811/571NavigationRiversImprovements in the Hai HoA letter from Stuart J. Fuller to the Secretary of State annoucing that the cut in the Hai Ho river has been completed after two and a quarter years.Stuart J. Fuller, American Consul General Tientsin5-
893.80.811/572NavigationRiversYangtze River Policy Americna Chambers of CommerceA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the the Sceretary of State forwarding a copy of an editorial that appeared in the China Press November 2 1923. The American, British, and Japanese goverments are making plans for increasing the number of gunboats on the river.Edwin S. Cunningham3-
893.80.811/573NavigationRiversAdmiral W.W. Phelps U.S. Yangtze PatrolA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch and an editorial on the subject of the Yangtze patrol. The editorial annouces the policy towards the Yangtze developed by W.W. Phelps. Foreign gunboats are to protect trade on the Yangtze as the Chinese government is not doing anything to protect them.Edwin S. Cunningham5-
893.80.811/574NavigationRivers-A telegram from Edward Bell to the Secretary of State on the Shanghai Harbor improvement project. The French have become in favor of the Japanese ammendments. The British and Dutch are willingly to compromise to be sure that the project happens.Edward Bell3-
893.80.811/575NavigationRivers-A letter from Edwin Denby to the Secretary of State acknowledging the receipt of a letter and stating that they are preparing the prepose legislation for the construction of six new gunboats.Edwin Denby, Secretary of the Navy3-
893.80.811/477NavigationRiversLower Liao River Conservancy. Not to W.C.PA letter from Albert B. Ruddock to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular on the appropriation 1,864,000 Tls in funds from the Customs revenues with the Lower Liao River. The revised estimate for the cost of the project is $3,177,000.Albert B. Ruddock5-
893.80.811/478NavigationRiversLower Liao River Conservancy. Letter from the Senior Consul in Newchwang.A letter from Albert B. Ruddock to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular on the subject of the Lower Liao River Conservancy. The circular is on the subject of the need for appropriation of funds.Albert B. Ruddock3-
893.80.811/479NavigationRivers-A letter from the Navy Department to the Secretary of State forwarding two letter from 24 and 25 December 1922 from the Commander of the Yangtze Patrol Force.Navy Department15-
893.80.811/480NavigationRiversShanghai Harbor Improvement; Whangpoo Conservancy BoardA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State on Whangpoo River and Shanghai Harbor projects. The Consul-General of Beligium wants for smaller nations to be represented on the Harbor board.Edwin S. Cunningham3-
893.80.811/481NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State on the subject of foreign owned steamers replacing Chinese junks as means of transmitting communication. This has led to resenment of and acts of violence upon steamers. Local Chinese governments have begun placing taxes upon goods shipped by Chinese on foreign owned steamers. Foreign governments have begun using gunboats to protect their steamers.Jacob Gould Schurman14-
893.80.811/482NavigationRiversYellow River ContractA letter from Clarence E. Gauss to the Secretary of State on the subject of a contract between the Asia Development Company and the the civil governor of Shantung fo the closing of the Yellow River break. The price of the work is " $1,500,000 in Chinese currency." The project will first redirect the river on a straight path, and then close the dikes with a method that has been tested on the Colorado River. A copy of the contract is included in the document set.Clarence E. Gauss27-
893.80.811/483NavigationRiversLiao River Conservancy: Appropiration of Funds for Lower Conservancy WorkA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular on the Liao River Conservancy. The Engineer-in-Chief reports that 1,864,000 Tls is needed fro the project. If the cost cannot be reduceded the Wai Chiao Pu is threatening to disapprove the entire scheme.Jacob Gould Schurman3-
893.80.811/484NavigationRiversAmerican Naval Patrol on the Yangtze RiverA letter from Stuart J. Fuller to the Secretary of State forwarding a clipping of an article from the North China Daily Mail from 4 December 1922. The article discusses the wintering of the US gunboats on the Yangtze River. The importance of gunboats proctecting foreign shipping on the Yangtze is discussed.Stuart J. Fuller, American Consul General Tientsin3-
893.80.811/485NavigationRiversForce Commander's Inspection of the Upper YangtzeA letter from the Secretary of the Navy to the Secretary of State on the subject of the Japanese building gunboats to run winter shipping on the Yangtze. The US's force commander inspection of the Upper Yangtze is included. The report discusses the attacks on foreign steamers and the reasons behind the attacksEdwin Denby, Secretary of the Navy11-
893.80.811/486NavigationRiversConservancy Work in Connection With Rivers in ChinaA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on river conservancy work in China. The letter was prompted by a letter from William Polk asking about the state of conservancy, improvement, and protection of certain rivers in China.Jacob Gould Schurman5-
893.80.811/487NavigationRiversHaiho Conservancy CommissionA letter from Stuart J. Fuller to the Secretary of State reporting his election to the board of the Hai-Ho conservancy commision for a period of two years.Stuart J. Fuller, American Consul General Tientsin1-
893.80.811/488NavigationRivers-A letter from W.M. Black to the Secretary of State on the subject of the preposed conservancy and improvements of the Whangpoo and Shanghai Harbor. The letter mainly deals with the way to fund the project and how it is to be managed.W.M. Black5-
893.80.811/489NavigationRiversAmerican Naval Patrol on the Yangtze RiverA letter from P.S. Heintzleman to the Secretary of State forwarding an article from the Central China Post on the inadequacy of the US Yangtze patrol force. The ships in the force have too deep of a draft and lack the speed needed for their task.P.S. Heintzleman, American consul Hankow4-
893.80.811/490NavigationRiversShanghai Harbour: Recommendations of Consular BodyA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular on the subject of the Shanghai harbor. The opinions of the different nations on the need for different aspects of the project are included. The minutes of the Consular Body Sub-committees is included.Jacob Gould Schurman24-
893.80.811/491NavigationRiversConservancy work in connection with rivers in ChinaA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch containing two articles on theimprovement Yangtze river that appeared in the North China Daily News on 20 and 21 July 1922.Jacob Gould Schurman6-
893.80.811/492NavigationRiversLiao River Conservancy. Appropriation for Lower Conservancy WorksA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular that urges the diplomatic body to approve of the request for the appropiraiton of further funds for use with the Lower Liao River project.Jacob Gould Schurman4-
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893.80.811/496NavigationRivers-A telegram from J. Harold Dollar to F.K. Nielson that states "Your letter fiftteenth instant received. Will call upon you Wednesday morning, meantime respectfully request matter be held in abeyance.J. Harold Dollar1-
893.80.811/497NavigationRiversAmerican Volunteer Companies on Yangtze RiverA letter from Clarence J. Spiker to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch and two circulars on the possiability of arranging an American Volunteer force to protect shipping on the Yangtze. Spiker believes it to be bad idea due to the way it could be percieved by the Chinese.Clarence J. Spiker6-
893.80.811/498NavigationRiversMemorandum of Conversation with Mr. Henry, 2nd Secretary of the French Embassy, February 13 1923A Memorandum of Conversation with Mr. Henry, 2nd Secretary of the French Embassy, February 13 1923 produced by the Division of Far Eastern Affairs. The documents discusses the need for protection for the foreign steamers on the Yangtze river.Division of Far Eastern Affairs13-
893.80.811/499NavigationRiversYalu River Conservancy. Frontier Delimitation.A letter from William H. Langdon to the Secretary of State forwarding a memorandum by Thomas H. Ferguson on the subject of frontier delimitation in connection with the Yalu River. As it is the border between Chinese Manchuria and Japanese Korea, changing the course of the river would affect the border.William H. Langdon14-
893.80.811/500NavigationRiversLower Liao River Conservancy. Note from W.C.P.A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular on the subject of a change in the predicted cot of the Lower Liao River Conservancy project.Jacob Gould Schurman4-
893.80.811/501NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State advocating the acceptance of the recommendations made by the committee of consulting engineers with the exception of trying to balance Chinese elements with foreign elements, which unlike the committee Jacob Gould Schurman believes should happen.Jacob Gould Schurman3-
893.80.811/502NavigationRiversConservancy work in Connection with Rivers In ChinaA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of a dispatch containing an article on the Yangtze River Commission that appeared on 16 December 1922 in The Weekly Review. The article describes the dikes of the Yangtze River of being in a neglected state and describes the deal for improvement efforts the the provincial government made with Mr Palmer.Jacob Gould Schurman4-
893.80.811/503NavigationRiversAnnual Report of the Board of Conservancy Works KwantungA letter from Raymond P. Tenney to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of the Third Annual Report by the Board of Conservancy Works of Kwangtung for the year ending 30 June 1922. The report contains information on the expenditures by the concervancy. The work done in the past year is desribed, hydrographic information, accounting information, and maps are included in the report.Raymond P. Tenney25-
893.80.811/504NavigationRiversReport by the Committee of Consulting Engineers, Shanghai Harbor InvestigationA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch about the Report by the Committee of Consulting Engineers, Shanghai Harbor Investigation. The American are against more public moorings buoys, but were supportive of acquiring privately owned buoys. A chart listing the number of privately owned bouys and the nationality of their companies is included.Edwin S. Cunningham5-
893.80.811/505NavigationRiversReport by the Committee of Consulting Engineers, Shanghai Harbor Investigation, 1921.A letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State saying that the report by the Committee of Consulting Engineers, Shanghai Harbor Investigation, 1921 was not adopted in its original form.Edwin S. Cunningham2-
893.80.811/506NavigationRiversSupplement of Harbor RegulationsA letter Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of the Harbour Regulation for the Port of Shanghai. The document not only contains the regulations of the port, but also contains maps of the port.Edwin S. Cunningham15-
893.80.811/507NavigationRiversLower Liao River Conservancy. Note Sent to Wait Chiao Pu.A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding two circulars on the subject of the Liao River Conservancy. The circulars express the need for more funds for the conservancy or risk abandoning the work on the lower Liao River.Jacob Gould Schurman12-
893.80.811/508NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State fowarding an article entitled "U.S. Gunboarts in China" about the U.S. gunboats on the Yangtze in the North China Daily News on 6 February 1923. The conditions of the gunboats is given, as well as their inadequacy for their job.Jacob Gould Schurman10-
893.80.811/509NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular on the subject of the improvement of the Shanghai Harbor. The circular is against the adding of more positions to the board as it would increase the power of the Chinese.Jacob Gould Schurman3-
893.80.811/510NavigationRiversThe Yellow River ContractA letter from Clarence E. Gauss to Jacob Gould Schurman on the subject of the contract between the Asia Development Company and the province of Shantung to repair the dikes of the Yellow River. Also a copy of the Liao River annual report for 1922, which describes the work their dredgers have done.Clarence E. Gauss13-
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893.80.811/512NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State reporting that a conference between the United States, Great Britain, France, and Japan was held on the matter of Chinese attacks on foreign merchant ships on the Yangtze River. It was decided that the Chinese government should be held more responsible for conditions on the Yangtze.Jacob Gould Schurman14-
893.80.811/513NavigationRiversDifficulties upper YangtzeA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State saying that a report should arrive shortly.Jacob Gould Schurman1-
893.80.811/514NavigationRiversProposed Action by Naval Conference Concerning Conditions On Upper Yangtze RiverA letter from Clarence J. Spiker to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular and dispatch on the subject of the proposed actions by the naval conference concerning conditions on the Yangtze.Clarence J. Spiker15-
893.80.811/515NavigationRivers-A letter from William H. Langdon to Edwin S. Cunningham on the subject of the breaking of the ice on the Yalu River due to warm weather, thus opening the port of Antung to navigation. The breaking up of the ice destroyed most of the native junks.William H. Langdon1-
893.80.811/516NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State on the subject of payments to plague prevention hospitals.Jacob Gould Schurman2-
893.80.811/517NavigationRiversProposed Action by Naval Conference Concerning Conditions On Upper Yangtze RiverA letter from Clarence J. Spiker to the Secretary forwarding a copy of his dispatch on the subject of the actions proposed by the Naval conference concerning conditions on the Yangtze. They demand the Chinese government to step in and protect foreingn merchant ships as it is due from treaty obligations.Clarence J. Spiker7-
893.80.811/518NavigationRiversLower Liao River Conservancy. Wai Chiao Pu's note.A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding two circulars on the subject of appropriation of funds for the lower Liao River Conservancy Project. The death of the Tao-yin and Chinese New Year Holidays have delayed action being taken. The ministry of finance believes that the estimated cost is too high due to the course of the river having changed.Jacob Gould Schurman7-
893.80.811/519NavigationRiversShanghai Harbour. Letter from H.E. Japanese MinisterA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding the copy of a letter regarding the improvement of Shanghai harbor sent by the Japanese minister, as well as copy of a circular on the same matter. Some nations in Shanghai have approved of the report on the Shanghai harbor and the actions that said needs to be taken, others are waiting for their governments to instruct them.Jacob Gould Schurman5-
893.80.811/520NavigationRiversPolicy Relative To Interference By Insurgents With Commerce on the Upper YangtzeA letter from Clarence J. Spiker to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the subject of the policy relative to interference by insurgents with commerce on the Upper Yangtze. The policy is that the boats have the right not to be raided or attacked as they are neutral parties in a Chinese civil war and not belligerents.Clarence J. Spiker6-
893.80.811/521NavigationRivers-A letter from J. Henry to MacMurray thanking him for transmitting the information gathered about the protection of foreign vessels on the upper Yangtze river.J. Henry1-
893.80.811/522NavigationRiversBrigandage in North ManchuriaA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of Rene d'Anjou's report on brigandage in North Manchuria and how to stop it. He suggests the cooperation between army and naval forces, and gunboats patrolling the river.George Charles Hanson6-
893.80.811/523NavigationRiversLower Liao River Conservancy. Letter from Senior Consul in NewchwangA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular concerning the Lower Liao River Conservancy. T'ung Chao Yaun is in favor of the allocation 200,000 tls to meet to urgent needs of the conservancy work.Jacob Gould Schurman4-
893.80.811/524NavigationRiversLower Liao River ConservancyA letter from Edward Bell to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular of a message to le Doyen from J.B. Freitas in which the message for the allocation of 200,000 tls is forwarded.Edward Bell2-
893.80.811/525NavigationRiversReport of the Haiho Conservancy CommisionA letter from Jay C. Huston to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of the Report of the Haiho Conservancy Commision for 1922. The report contains extensive hydrographic information, financial accounts, and maps.Jay C. Huston29-
893.80.811/526NavigationRiversWhangpoo Conservancy BoardA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State containing a copy of the General Series Report No 8: The Port of Shanghai. The report contains a description of the geographical characteristics of the port, description of the present harbor, a list of the registered owners, photographs,Edwin S. Cunningham81-
893.80.811/527NavigationRiversYellow River Conservancy work by the Asia Development CompanyA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a report on the subject of the work undertaken by the Asia Development Company in connection with the Yellow River. The company has succesfully redirected the river.Jacob Gould Schurman5-
893.80.811/528NavigationRivers-A document file mentioning the attack on Americans and others at Lincheng by bandits. The bandits diemands with respect to Shanghai were disapproved.-1-
893.80.811/529NavigationRiversReport on the Haiho River and Taku BarA letter from Jay C. Huston to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of the report on the Haiho River and Taku bar made by French engineer Louis Perrier. The French translation and the English translation are both included. The report discusses in detail the plans the conservancy has for the river. Maps are included as well as are charts displaying hydrographic data.Jay C. Huston79-
893.80.811/530NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State acknowleding the receipt of instructions of what to do about the attacks on American shipping on the Yangtze. He regretfully believes that two gunboats are not enough. Schurman thinks six gunboats would be the minimum for the purporse of protecting American shipping. His message is forwarded to the Secretary of the Navy.Jacob Gould Schurman4-
893.80.811/531NavigationRiversMisleading Articles in the North China Daily NewsA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State on the subject of misleading articles being printed in the North China Daily News on the shipping situation on the Yangtze River.Edwin S. Cunningham7-
893.80.811/532NavigationRiversShanghai Harbour. Letter from Senior ConsulA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular and a letter regarding the improvement of Shanghai Harbor. The Chinese minister of finance is violating the Whangpoo Conservancy agreement by instructing local authorities that the control foreshore lands was to be handed over to the Woosung Port Bureau.Jacob Gould Schurman13-
893.80.811/533NavigationRiversShanghai Harbor. Letter from H.E. The American Minister.A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State transmitting a circular on the subject of the improvement of the harbor of Shanghai. There is a plan in the works for acquiring privately owned moorings.Jacob Gould Schurman6-
893.80.811/534NavigationRiversBoard of Conservancy Works of Kwangtung, China.A letter from Raymond P. Tenney to the American Legation at Peking forwarding copies of the reports by the engineer-in-chief for the years 1914-1921, and for 1922 for the Conservancy Works of Kwangtung. The reports provides details about the flood prevention system that has been built.Raymond P. Tenney15-
893.80.811/535NavigationRiversContemplated Visit of an American Gunboat to Nanchang, Kiangsi Province.A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State on the subject of the contemplated visit of the gunboat U.S.S. Villalobos to Poyang Lake and the Kan River. He provides a number of letters on the matter. E.H. Conger's letter to the prince of Ch'ing requesting that American warships be given equal treatment as those of other nations is included.Jacob Gould Schurman11-
893.80.811/536NavigationRivers-A letter for Bell to the Secretary of State reporting that the S.S. Alice Dollar was shot at by troops of General Chow Hsi Cheng on 20 July 1923. The next day the Alice Dollar and the U.S.S. Monocacy were shot at by Chow's troops. Monocacy returned fire.Edward Bell2-
893.80.811/537NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State reporting the injuring of Americans on the S.S. Alice Dollars during an attack by Chinese armed troops. The captain is in serious condition. Guard from U.S.S. Isabel was able to capture an officer and thirteen armed soldiers.Jacob Gould Schurman2-
893.80.811/538NavigationRivers-A letter from Theodore Roosevelt Jr. to the Secretary of State acknowledging the receipt reporting that they have put in its estimates for the budget six gunboats for use on the Yangtze. He asks for the Secretary of State's opinion on emergency appropriation for the construction of these gunboats.Theodore Roosevelt Jr.5-
893.80.811/539NavigationRiversWest River PatrolA letter from Raymond P. Tenney to the Secretary of State forwarding an article enitled "Changing Attitude of the Chinese Towards Foreigners" that appeared in The South China Post 16 July 1923. The article reports the need for more gunboats on the Yangtze.Raymond P. Tenney4-
893.80.811/540NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a letter by Captain A. St. Clair Smith on the inadequacy of American Naval Forces on Upper Yangtze.Jacob Gould Schurman2-
893.80.811/476NavigationRiversWhangpoo Conservancy: Report of the Consulting EngineersA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State on the subject of Whangpoo Conservancy: Report of the Consulting Engineers. The report includes the views of the different nations on the different parts of the project recommended by the engineersEdwin S. Cunningham23-
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893.80.811/673NavigationRivers-A letter from W.M. Black to J.V.A. MacMurray urging the government to resist Japanese plans inregards to the port of Shanghai.W.M. Black3-
893.80.811/674NavigationRiversLiao River Conservancy ContractA letter from Raymond P. Tenney to the Secretary of State reporting that the Upper Liao River Conservancy has awarded several contracts to the frim McDonell & Gorman.Raymond P. Tenney1-
893.80.811/675NavigationRiversWithdrawal of U.S. Naval Armed Guards from American Merchant Vessels on the Upper Yangtze RiverA letter from Clarence J. Spiker to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of Charles B. McVay's order withdraw U.S. Naval armed guards from American merchant vessels on the Upper Yangtze River.Clarence J. Spiker3-
893.80.811/676NavigationRiversWhangpoo ConservancyA circular on the subject of the Whangpoo Conservancy. A controversy has arisen over shenko lands being affected by the conservancy of the whangpoo river.-15-
893.80.811/677NavigationRiversLiao River ConservancyA circular on the subject of the Liao River conservancy. The conservancy project is in need of funds.-6-
893.80.811/678NavigationRiversWithdrawal of U.S. Naval Armed Guards from American Merchant VesselsA letter from Edward Bell to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of Charles B. McVay Jr's order for the withdrawal of U.S. Naval Armed guards from American Merchant ships. He believes that under current conditions they are no longer neccesary.Edward Bell5-
893.80.811/679NavigationRivers-A copy of the Engineer-in-chief's Report on Progress of Works During 1921 for the Lower Liao River Conservancy. The report notes several problems that exist with the current plan. Hydrological data, maps,-75-
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893.80.811/681NavigationRivers-A letter from the Division of Far Eastern Affairs to the Secretary of State urging for the gunboats for the Yangtze River to not be cut from the federal budget.Division of Far Eastern Affairs4-
893.80.811/682NavigationRiversNavigation on the SungariA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of an article from 21 October 1924 issue of the Sungari Daily News. Navigation on the Sungari River will soon be closed due to heavy snow in the area. This is further hurting the trade on the Sungari already weakened by the ban of foreign vessels thereon.George Charles Hanson2-
893.80.811/683NavigationRivers-A letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secertary of State forwarding two articles from the local Bolshevik paper Tribuna on the subject of the supposedly Japanese fleet of the South Manchuria Railway Company.George Charles Hanson4-
893.80.811/684NavigationRiversThe Sungari Navigation QuestionA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of an article that appeared in the 12 November 1924 issue of the Chinese newspaper International on the subject of the Mukden-Soviet negotiations on the right to navigate the Sungari River.George Charles Hanson7-
893.80.811/685NavigationRivers-A letter from Curtis Dwight Wilbur to the Secretary of State asking if the materials needed to build the six gunboats for the Yangtze River will be subject to duties when shipped to Chinese ports. The Secretary of State replies that the Chinese government will remit the duty.Curtis Dwight Wilbur7-
893.80.811/686NavigationRiversErection and Launching of the Yangtze River Gunboats Monocacy and PalosA letter from Thomas Sammons to the Secretary of State about the construction of the gunboats Monocacy and Palos for use on the Yangtze River. Sammons also includes a document giving the dimensions of the vessels, and severals pictures of the vessels being launched.Thomas Sammons, American Consul General Shanghai10-
893.80.811/687NavigationRivers-A telegram from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State reporting his approval of the plan to increase conservancy surtax by two per mille in order to solve the budget problem of the Liao River Conservancy. The State Department has no objections to his approval.Jacob Gould Schurman2-
893.80.811/688NavigationRivers-A letter from Mayer to the Secretary of State replying to the American Legation at Peking's question about duty treatment for the gunboat materials. Mayer says he is giving the Chinese government information as far as possibleFerdinand L. Mayer2-
893.80.811/689NavigationRiversThe Sungari Navigation QuestionA letter from Samuel Sokobin to the Secretary of State forwarding an article from the Harbin Daily News about the navigation ban on the Sungari and Amur Rivers.Samuel Sokobin4-
893.80.811/690NavigationRiversTypes of Vessels on the Sungari River letter from Samuel Sokobin to the Secretary of State forwarding an article from the Harbin Daily News The article reports on the economic resources in the area.Samuel Sokobin8-
893.80.811/691NavigationRiversOpening of Sungari Navigation SeasonA letter from Samuel Sokobin to the Secretary of State reporting the opening up of navigation on the Sungari River for the season. There are reports of vast quantities of soy beans and grains being stored along the river due the inadequacy of the Chinese steamers.Samuel Sokobin2-
893.80.811/692NavigationRiversConservancy of Taihu LakeA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State on the matter of the Conservancy of Taihu Lake. A land recovery project is planned. The full program is estimated to cost $1,500,000Edwin S. Cunningham5-
893.80.811/693NavigationRivers-A letter from Samuel Sokobin to the Secretary of State on the subject of the ban on foreign merchant vessels on the Sungari River.Samuel Sokobin2-
893.80.811/694NavigationRivers-A letter from Mayer to the Secretary of State reporting that the gunboat materials will pass duty free.Ferdinand L. Mayer2-
893.80.811/695NavigationRiversAnnual Report of the Hai Ho Conservancy for 1924A letter from Clarence E. Gauss to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of the annual report of the Hai Ho Conservancy for 1924. The report contains hydrological data, finanical data, blueprints for parts of the project, and mapsClarence E. Gauss44-
893.80.811/576NavigationRiversCeremony at Tsinan to celebrate closing of Yellow River BreakA letter from Raymond P. Tenney to the Secretary of State containing the article entitled "'China's Sorrow' Curbed at Last By American Engineers: Yellow River Project Transferred To Chinese Officials Amid Great Rejoicing". The article refers to the repairing of the northerly dyke of the Yellow River near Li Ching Hsien. In August of 1921 the Yellow River penetrated that dyke, and led to 300,000 Chinese becoming homeless. The article relates the ceremonies celebrating the re-closing of the dyke.Raymond P. Tenney10-
893.80.811/617NavigationRiversHuai Valley Conservancy SchemeA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State on the subject of the remittance of the remaining Boxer indemnity for funding the Huai River Conservancy. A number of letter supportingg this position are included.Jacob Gould Schurman7-
893.80.811/618NavigationRiversLiao River ConservancyA letter from Clarence E. Gauss to the Secretary of State forwarding a number a dispatches on the subject of the Liao River Conservancy. These included the minutes of the board meeting for 20 February 1924 to 26 February 1924.Clarence E. Gauss18-
893.80.811/619NavigationRiversNavigation on the SungariA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the subject of the ban by Chang Tso-lin of Russian steamers on the Sungari River. He believes that the treaty powers should remind Chinese officials that such a ban goes against treaty rights guaranteed to the Russians byGeorge Charles Hanson6-
893.80.811/620NavigationRivers-A Document file note mentionion the murder of Captain F. Brandt and looting of the Chinese steamer Tze Shui by junkmen on the upper Yangtze.Clarence J. Spiker1-
893.80.811/635NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State on the matter of the improvements to the Shanghai Harbor. The alterations to the original plan, he believes are decreasing the quality of the product.Jacob Gould Schurman3-
893.80.811/636NavigationRiversNavigation of the Sungari RiverA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the subject of the prohibition by Chang Tso-lin of foreign steamers on the Sungari River. An article on the subject from the Harbin Daily News from 2 April 1924 is included; however, it is very difficult to read. A petition has been drawn up and sent to Chang Tso-lin, but has been no reply.George Charles Hanson4-
893.80.811/637NavigationRiversNavigation of the Sungari RiverA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State on the subject of Chinese Eastern Railway steamers on the Sungari River. An article from the 9 April 1924 issue of the Harbin Daily News is enclosed; however, it is copied badly and cannot be read.George Charles Hanson3-
893.80.811/638NavigationRiversNavigation of the Sungari RiverA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State on the subject of the prohibition of foreign vessels on the Sungari River by the Mukden government. An article from 8 April 1924 issue of the Harbin Daily News on the subject is enclosed; however it is very difficult to read.George Charles Hanson3-
893.80.811/639NavigationRiversReport on the Yangtze RiverA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of the First Annual Report of the Technical Committee of the Yangtsze River Commission. The report includes the innitial survey of the river, information on the improvement to be undertaken, a variety of hydrological data, numerous letters written by engineers, financial estimates, a list of the staff employed, several maps, and photographs. A Chinese translation of the report is also included.Edwin S. Cunningham169-
893.80.811/640NavigationRiversNavigation of the Sungari RiverA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the subject on the ban of Russian steamers on the Sungari River by the Mukden government. Three articles from three different newspapers on the subject are included. The ban has led to the Wu Tung Steamship Company creating a monopoly of shipping on the Sungari River.George Charles Hanson6-
893.80.811/641NavigationRiversNavigation of the Sungari Forbidde to Non-Chineses Vessels.A letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the subject on the ban of foreign steamers on the Sungari River by the Mukden government. Hanson has instructed local Chinese officials that such a ban cannot be considered binding.George Charles Hanson5-
893.80.811/642NavigationRiversMemorandum of conversation with Mr. Henry, 2nd Secretary of the French Embassy, February 13, 1925.A memorandum of a conversation discussing the matter of the dangerous conditions on the Upper Yangtze River. Henry believes that dual diplomatic and naval action should have an effect upon the situation.-4-
893.80.811/643NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Seceretary of State forwarding a dispatch he sent to George C. Hanson on the subject of Chang Tso-lin's ban of foreign vessels on the Sungari River. The dispatch considers Chang Tso-lin's ban as non-binding as it violates several rights guaranteed by treaty.Jacob Gould Schurman5-
893.80.811/644NavigationRiversLiao River ConservancyA letter from Raymond P. Tenney to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch and several circulars on the subject of the Liao River Conservancy. The upper Liao River Conservancy is having funding problems due to the loans it has made to the Lower Liao River Conservancy. The dispatch is seeking funding from the diplomatic community.Raymond P. Tenney9-
893.80.811/645NavigationRiversLiao River ConservancyA letter from Raymond P. Tenney to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the matter of the Liao River Coservancy. The Upper Liao River Conservancy is in need of funding. The river is silting up as fast as it can be dredged and no improvement has been made. The lack of funds has prevented the conservancy from accepting tenders for a project to build a canal.Raymond P. Tenney6-
893.80.811/646NavigationRiversThe Question of Navigation on the SungariA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding an article from the 24 April 1924 issue of the Russian Newspaper Reich.George Charles Hanson4-
893.80.811/621NavigationRiversLower Liao River Conservancy. Note from Wai Chiao PuA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State transmitting a circular on the subject of the Lower Liao River Conservancy. An investigation is under way to see if the Upper Liao River Conservancy is in possession of superflous funds.Jacob Gould Schurman5-
893.80.811/622NavigationRiversHuai Valley Conservancy SchemeA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding two letter he received from Edwin S. Cunningham on the Huai River conservancy. The return of the Boxer indemnity is considered as a way to finance the project.Jacob Gould Schurman7-
893.80.811/623NavigationRivers-A letter from L.C. Gillespie & Sons to J.V.A. MacMurray saying that they do see anything about gunboats for the Yangtze river in HR-6820. The company stresses the importance of gunboats to the situation on the Yangtze. J.V.A. MacMurray replies that they are present in lines 5-6 of page two of HR-6580.L.C. Gillespie & Sons5-
893.80.811/624NavigationRivers-A document file note referencing another document about the appropriation of six gunboats for the Yangtze River.Jacob Gould Schurman1-
893.80.811/625NavigationRivers-A letter from L.C. Gillespie & Sons to J.V.A. MacMurray thanking him for the letter and asking him if HR-6560 has had a favorable reception in the House Committee of Naval Affairs. J.V.A. MacMurray tells them to ask the chairman of the committee on naval affiars for more information on the subject.L.C. Gillespie & Sons2-
893.80.811/626NavigationRiversNavigation on the Sungari RiverA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State on the subject of Chang Tso-lin order prohibiting Russian steamers on the Sungari River. An article from the 16 March 1924 issue of Russky Golos reporting that the Chinese shipping company Utun will be doubling its rates.George Charles Hanson3-
893.80.811/627NavigationRivers-A letter from L.C. Gillespie & Sons to the Secretary of State thanking J.V.A. MacMurray for the letter suggesting that they contact the chairman of the House Committee on Naval Affairs wither reference to gunboats.L.C. Gillespie & Sons1-
893.80.811/628NavigationRiversPolitical Developments in CantonA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State reporting a number of incidents of violence in Canton. The Canton government gave its soldiers unsecured paper notes and is now forcing merchants to accept them. A mission at Sheklung was attacked by bandits. It is also rumored that Sun Fe the mayor of Canton is on a mission to the U.S.S.R.Jacob Gould Schurman8-
893.80.811/629NavigationRiversUpper Liao River ConservancyA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular on the Liao River Conservancy. The amount of funds loaned to the Lower Liao River Conservancy by the Upper Liao River Conservancy is starting to affect the latters ability to operate effectivly and is placing both projects in danger of becoming wastes of money.Jacob Gould Schurman7-
893.80.811/630NavigationRiversShanghai Harbor: Whangpoo Conservancy the Maritime CustomsA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to Jacob Gould Schurman forwarding a copy of an article from The China Press on 12 March 1924 on the subject of the plans for improving Shanghai Harbor. Some pages of the article are difficult to read.Edwin S. Cunningham7-
893.80.811/631NavigationRiversChinese Owned Vessels Kweimen and Tze SuiA letter from Edward W. Eberle of the department of the Navy to the State Department forwarding a letter from Charles B. McVay Jr the commander of the Yangtze Patrol Force. The letter is on the situation on the Yangtze River andEdward W. Eberle5-
893.80.811/632NavigationRivers-A letter from American International Corporation to the Chinese government via the State Department. The letter ask the Chinese minister of finance to issue a note for $216,300.00, which is the amount of interest the Chinese government has accrued upon the loan of $938,885.57 they received for the Grand Canal project.American International Corporation4-
893.80.811/612NavigationRiversShipping on the Upper YangtzeA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch reporting that Wu Pei Fu has suggested to the diplomatic body that foreign steamers should not go up the Yangtze River further than Wanhsien because of brigands on the upper reaches.Jacob Gould Schurman3-
893.80.811/613NavigationRiversProhibition for Russian Steamers to Navigate SungariA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding an article on the subject of the prohibition of General Chang Tso-lin against Russian owned steamers on the Sungari River. The article on the subject appeared in the 13 February 1926 issue of the Far Eastern Times.George Charles Hanson4-
893.80.811/614NavigationRiversUpper Yangtze TradeA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State forwarding an article that appeared in the 20 January 1924 issues of the China Press on the subject of trade on the upper Yangtze RiverEdwin S. Cunningham3-
893.80.811/615NavigationRiversLiao RiverA letter from Clarence E. Gauss to the Secretary of State forwarding several documents on the subject of the Lower Liao River Conservancy's need for funds. Funding from the Peking government is needed as local funds have been exhausted.Clarence E. Gauss13-
893.80.811/616NavigationRiversShanghai Harbour. Recommendations of the Committee of Diplomatic BodyA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding three circulars on the proposed improvement of the harbor of Shanghai. The Japanese support the continued existance of private moorings. A some detailed plan for the improvement of the harbor is given.Jacob Gould Schurman23-
893.80.811/592NavigationRiversRepair of Yellow River DikeA letter from Harvey Lee Milbourne to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of an article that appeared in The China Weekly Review on 7 July 1923. The article is written by P.P. Whitham and discusses the repair of dikes on the Yellow River by the Asia Development Company.Harvey Lee Milbourne6-
893.80.811/593NavigationRiversRepair of Yellow River DikeA letter from Harvey Lee Milbourne to the Secretary of State forwarding copies of articles that appeared in the China Weekly Review 7 July 1923 and the July 1923 issue of the Far Easter Review. The articles discuss the repair of dikes on the Yellow River. The manner of the construction is described in detail.Harvey Lee Milbourne4-
893.80.811/594NavigationRiversCompletion of the Project Entered Into by the Asia Development Company, an American Firm. To Close the break in the Yellow River near Kung Chia Pa, Shantung, China.A letter from Raymond P. Tenney to the Secretary of State on the completion of repairs on Yellow River dikes by the Asia Development Company. The working conditions are described, as is the Y.M.C.A.'s involvment. Maps and pictures depicting the work that was done are included.Raymond P. Tenney18-
893.80.811/595NavigationRivers-A letter from Edward Bell to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the subject of Wu Pei Fu's request of the diplomatic body to prevent foreign steamers from proceeding further up the Yangtze River than Wanhsien.Edward Bell21-
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893.80.811/597NavigationRiversExtension of Hai Ho Conservancy Taxation. Letter from Senior Consul in Tientsin.A letter from Edward Bell to the Secretary of State forwarding two circulars on the subject of an extension of Hai Ho Conservancy taxation. The funds will go to the making of a permanent channel over the Taku Bar.Edward Bell12-
893.80.811/598NavigationRivers-A Report on the TsienTang River and the Fenshui by Edwin S. Cunningham. The report describes the the economic conditions that exist on the Tsien Tang River with a focus on agriculture, industry, foreign trade, and the poplation numbers.Edwin S. Cunningham5-
893.80.811/599NavigationRivers-A letter from Edwin Denby to Charles E. Hughes acknowledging the receipt of a letter on the subject of the need for six new gunboats on the upper Yangtze to protect American trading.Edwin Denby, Secretary of the Navy1-
893.80.811/600NavigationRivers-A letter from Oppenheimer Casing Co. LTD to the Secretary of State noting their support of the US government protecting Americans business interest in China on the Yangtze. The State Department responds that a bill for the construction of six new gunboats has been introduced.Oppenheimer Casing Co. LTD.2-
893.80.811/601NavigationRivers-A letter from Edwing Dinby to the Secretary of State forwarding a letter from H.N. Lord of the Bureau of the Budget to the Secretary of the Navy. The letters report that the president "will not approve a supplemental estimate for the fiscal year 1925 except for the purposes of three river gunboats."Edwin Denby, Secretary of the Navy2-
893.80.811/602NavigationRivers-A letter from Mary Elizabeth Wood to J.V.A. MacMurray on the profits that could be obtained if fifty million mow of land is reclaimed along the Huai River through conservancy efforts. Also a memorandum about the China International Famine Relief Commission plans inregards to the flooding along the Huai River.Mary Elizabeth Wood6-
893.80.811/603NavigationRiversWhangpoo Conservancy SchemeA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the Whangpoo Conservancy. The Japanase proposal of a 7% tax was approved.Edwin S. Cunningham3-
893.80.811/604NavigationRiversWhangpo Conservancy SchemeA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to Jacob Gould Schurman acknowledging the receipt of a letter reporting the acceptance of the diplomatic body of Japan's plan for the Whangpoo River and Shanghai Harbor.Edwin S. Cunningham4-
893.80.811/605NavigationRiversMemorandum of conversation with Mr. George A. Fitch Associate General Secretary of the Young Man's Christian Association, Shanghai, February 12, 1924.A memorandum produced by the Department of State of a conversation with George A. Fitch of the Y.M.C.A. of Shanghai. Fitch is interested in taking over the Huai River project from American International Corporation and is being refered to their attorney to find out what rights they have under contract. A pamphlet espousing the virtures of the project is included.Department of State7-
893.80.811/606NavigationRiversThe Conservation of the Hwai Valley in the province of Kiangsu and Anhwei and Honan.A series of documents on the subject of the Y.M.C.A.'s and missionaries view that the remaing Boxer indemity be returned to China for famine relief.Department of State10-
893.80.811/607NavigationRiversNavigation on the SungariA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the alledged order by Chang Tso-lin forbidding the navigation on the Sungari River of Russian owned vessels. A newspaper article reporting just that is included.George Charles Hanson4-
893.80.811/608NavigationRiversCustoms Revenue. Appropriation for Central Plague Prevention BureauA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular on the subject of appropriation of funds for the Central Plague Prevention Bureau.Jacob Gould Schurman4-
893.80.811/609NavigationRiversNavigation on the SungariA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the subject of the Mukden government's attempt to prohibit Russian ships from navigating on the Sungari. An article from the Harbin Daily News on the subject is included.George Charles Hanson5-
893.80.811/610NavigationRiversNavigation on the SungariA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the subject of the prohibition of General Chang Tso-lin against Russian owned steamers on the Sungari River. An article on the subject that appeared on 29 January 1926 in the Chinese paper International included.George Charles Hanson5-
893.80.811/611NavigationRiversNavigation on the SungariA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the subject of the prohibition of General Chang Tso-lin against Russian owned steamers on the Sungari River. An article on the subject that appeared on 15 February 1926 in the Russian Daily News is included.George Charles Hanson5-
893.80.811/590NavigationRiversYellow River ContractA letter from C.E. Guass to Jacob Gould Schurman on the contract between the governor of Shantung and the Asia Development Company. $200,000 has been transferred to the Bank of China for the project.Clarence E. Gauss2-
893.80.811/591NavigationRiversThe Yellow River Contract and Mr. Van der VeenA letter from Clarence E. Gauss to the Jacob Gould Schurman on the subject of the Yellow River Contract between the Shantung Government and the Asia Development Company. The contract has been approved.Clarence E. Gauss13-
893.80.811/696NavigationRiversFirst and Second Annual Reports of the Technical Committee, Yangtze River CommissionA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of the First and Second Annual Reports of the Technical Committee of the Yangtze River Commission. The reports contain extensive hydrological data, financial data, and maps. A copy of the Chinese version is included.Edwin S. Cunningham139-
893.80.811/633NavigationRiversLiao River ConservancyA letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding a circular on the Liao River Conservancy. The circular notes that the 190,000 Tls loaned to the Lower Liao River Conservancy from the Upper Liao River Conservancy has placed to latter into debt, The circular seeks the help of the diplomatic body to pay off the debt.Jacob Gould Schurman4-
893.80.811/634NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State about the H.B.M.S. Robin's visit to Sheklung to bring Mr. Marshall to Canton after his mission was raided by bandits.Jacob Gould Schurman3-
893.80.811/647NavigationRiversThe Navigation on the SungariA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding two articles from the Chinese newspaper The International on the subject of the ban on foreign navigation on the Sungari River. The articles report that the Chinese fleet of merchant is not large enough to handle the amount of shipping that will be coming on the river in spring.George Charles Hanson7-
893.80.811/648NavigationRiversNavigation on the Sungari RiverA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the band on foreign navigation the Sungari River. Articles from three newspapers are enclosed: Commercial Telegraph, Sungari Daily News, and Manchuria Daily Times. The ban has left piles of produce waiting to be shipped due to the ineffeciency of the Chinese fleet.George Charles Hanson7-
893.80.811/649NavigationRivers-A letter from L.C. Gillespie & Sons to J.V.A. MacMurray asking how many of the six gunboats in the House appropriation bill will be used on the Yangtze River. MacMurray suggests that they ask the Navy department as it is they who decide where ships are assigned.L.C. Gillespie & Sons2-
893.80.811/650NavigationRivers-A letter from J.J. Underwood to the President of the United States. The letter ask for the Boxer indemnity to be used for funding the Huai Valley Conservancy Scheme on the condition that the governing board thereof have be made up of a majority of Americans.J.J. Underwood1-
893.80.811/651NavigationRiversLiao River ConservancyA letter from Raymond P. Tenney to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the Liao River Conservancy. The minutes of a meeting of the Newchwang Chamber of Commerce from 22 March is included. The funding problems of the conservancy are discussed as is how to solve them.Raymond P. Tenney32-
893.80.811/652NavigationRiversThe Question of Navigation on the Sungari;A letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding two newspaper article on the subject of the foreing merchant ships on the Sungari River. Russian and Chinese merchants are looking for a way around the ban.George Charles Hanson4-
893.80.811/653NavigationRiversThe Sungari Navigation QuestionA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State fowarding a dispatch on the ban of foreign steamers. Hanson holds the ban to be an attempt to deprive the Chinese Eastern Railway company profit.George Charles Hanson3-
893.80.811/654NavigationRiversThe Sungari Navigation QuestionA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the subject of vessels owned by the Chinese Eastern Railway Company navigating on the Sungari River.George Charles Hanson22-
893.80.811/655NavigationRiversThe Sungari Navigation QuestionA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the subject of the ban of Russian vessels on the Sungari River by Chang Tso-lin. The articles are about the expansion of the Chinese shipping company Utun.George Charles Hanson4-
893.80.811/656NavigationRiversBoxer Indemnity for Hwai River Conservancy WorkA letter from Edward Bell to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the remmitance of the Boxer indemnity to be used in the completion of the Huai River conservancy.Edward Bell5-
893.80.811/657NavigationRivers-A letter from Edward Bell to the Secretary of State on the matter of the financial losses the Chinese Eastern Railway Company is facing due to the ban of foreign vessels on the Sungari River.Edward Bell4-
893.80.811/658NavigationRiversSungari Navigation QuestionA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding an article on the navigating of the Sungari River by Chinese Eastern Railway steamships that appeared in the 24 May 1924 issue of The Harbin Daily News.George Charles Hanson3-
893.80.811/659NavigationRiversNavigation On The Sungari RiverA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding a report on the navigation of the Sungari and Amur Rivers by Hsing Chi Hsin. The report is both geographic in its content and also examines the economic importance of the rivers.George Charles Hanson29-
893.80.811/660NavigationRiversThe Sungari Navigation ProblemA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the subject of Chang Tso-lin's order prohibiting foreign steamers from navigating on the Sungari River. A letter from the local Chinese commisioner for foreign affairs writes that the Russian navigation on the Sungari has been because the Russians have violated laws themselves.George Charles Hanson3-
893.80.811/661NavigationRiversLiao River ConservancyA letter from Raymond P. Tenney to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the Liao River Conservancy. Funding problems continue with the conervancy. Increasing a surtax of two per mille was passed.Raymond P. Tenney19-
893.80.811/662NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State on the Sungari River problem. The State Department concus with Schurman that unless some threat arises against American interests the current status quo should remain.Jacob Gould Schurman5-
893.80.811/663NavigationRiversThe Sungari Navigation QuestionA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretrary of State forwarding an article on the Sungari problem that appeared in the 30 January issue of the Zarya. The low water levels of the Sungari are further decreasing the amount of trade on the Sungari.George Charles Hanson4-
893.80.811/664NavigationRiversLiao River ConservancyA letter from Raymond P. Tenney to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of the Annual Report for 1923 of the Lower Liao River Conservancy. The report contains hydrographic and financial data.Raymond P. Tenney69-
893.80.811/665NavigationRiversReport of Hai Ho Conservancy Commision for 1923.A letter from Clarence E. Gauss to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of the Hai-Ho Conservancy Commission Report for 1923. The report contains a variety of hydrological and financial data. Maps showing some bend cutting are also included.Clarence E. Gauss41-
893.80.811/666NavigationRiversThe Sungari Navigation QuestionA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding an artcle from the 12 July 1924 issue of the Chinese newspaper International on the Sungari question. The article reports that an agreement has been reached between the Soviet and Mukden governements. Hanson doubts that Chang Tso-lin has actually agreed to allowing Russian gunboats on the river.George Charles Hanson3-
893.80.811/577NavigationRivers-A letter from Jacob Gould Schurman to the Secretary of State forwarding two dispatches on the subject of the non-carrying of Chinese passengers by American merchant vessels on the Yangtze River.Jacob Gould Schurman11-
893.80.811/578NavigationRiversPresence of Chinese Troops on Foreign Vessels on the Upper YangtzeA letter from Clarence J. Spiker to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the subject of Chinese troops of foreign vessels on the Upper Yangtze River.Clarence J. Spiker8-
893.80.811/579NavigationRivers-A letter from Edward Bell to the Secretary of State forwarding an excerpt from 26 November 1923 of the Far Eastern Times. The article is an interview with the retiring commanders of the the U.S. Yangtze Patrol W.W. Phelps.Edward Bell4-
893.80.811/580NavigationRiversAlledged Statements of Admiral Phelps on the Yangtze SituationA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State forwarding an article that appeared in the Far Easter Review on 4 November 1923.Edwin S. Cunningham4-
893.80.811/581NavigationRiversThreatened Floods - Yellow RiverA letter from the American Consul at Tsinan to Charles R. Crane the American Minister at Peking reporting that a break in a dike along the Yellow River has occurred and has been repaired by the Bureau and local farmers.American Consul at Tsinan4-
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893.80.811/583NavigationRiversYellow River FloodsA letter from the American Consul at Tsinan to Albert B. Ruddock on the subject of the flooding of the Yellow River in Shantung. The report gives the number of people affected by the flood at between 200,000 and 300,000. Funds are needed for famine relief.American Consul at Tsinan3-
893.80.811/584NavigationRivers-A letter from J.M. Wilson to Albert B. Ruddock on the subject of the breaking of the dikes on the Yellow River. S.W. Lao reports that the Peking government has not sent funds in a long time for flood prevention.J.M. Wilson2-
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893.80.811/586NavigationRiversYellow River FloodingA letter from J.M Wilson to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the subject of the flooding of the Yellow River. The water is starting to subside but there are large areas of land still flooded. Also, the flood is believed to have weakened a number of dikes. The funding of flood relief through taxes is discussed.J.M. Wilson3-
893.80.811/587NavigationRiversYellow River DikesA letter from Albert B. Ruddock to the Secretary of State forwarding a dispatch on the subkect of the Yellow River Dikes. An allowance of $400,000 a year from the salt funds is being made by the provincial government for the repair work. The Asia Development Company is interested in being involved in the work on the dikes.Albert B. Ruddock3-
893.80.811/588NavigationRivers-A letter from Albert B. Ruddock to the Secretary fo State reporting that negotiations between the Tuchun of Shangtung and the Asia Development Company for dike repair on the Yellow River have been dropped.Albert B. Ruddock1-
893.80.811/589NavigationRivers-A letter from Albert B. Ruddock to the Secretary of State transmitting a dispatch on the subject of the failure of negotiations between the government of Shantung and the Asia Development Company. The negotiations failed because a group of Chinese government officials created tension with between the governor and several other people involved.Albert B. Ruddock7-
893.80.811/667NavigationRiversThe Sungari River Amur Navigation QuestionA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding an artcle from the 13 July 1924 issue of the Chinese newspaper International on the Sungari and Amur question. Chinese authorities have protested against Russia signing its rights on the Amur to Japan.George Charles Hanson4-
893.80.811/668NavigationRiversThe Sungari Navigation QuestionA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding an article from the 31 May 1924 of the Harbin Daily News. It reports that thousands of poods of grain and beans are spoiling in the ports of the Sungari River due to the shortage of tonnage on the river.George Charles Hanson3-
893.80.811/669NavigationRivers-A letter from W.M. Black to J.V.A. MacMurray stating that it would be a mistake to let the Chinese or Japanese gain greater control in regards to control over the port of Shanghai.W.M. Black1-
893.80.811/670NavigationRiversWhangpoo ConservancyA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to Wilbur J. Carr stating that due to his efforts he has influenced the Whangpoo Conservancy to go with a plan more favorable with American interests.Edwin S. Cunningham3-
893.80.811/671NavigationRiversWhangpoo ConservancyA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Wilbur J. Carr stating the recommendations of the sub-committee were approved and forwarded to the Diplomatic body without modifaction due to the former's efforts.Edwin S. Cunningham1-
893.80.811/672NavigationRiversThe Sungari Navigation QuestionA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding a table showing the alleged carrying capicity of the Chinese fleet on the Sungari. The table appeared in the Chinese newspaper CommerceGeorge Charles Hanson3-
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893.80.811/712NavigationRivers-A letter from Curtis Dwight Wilbur to the Secretary of State reporting that the six gunboats will be built at Kiangnan Dock and Engineering Works at Shanghai.Curtis Dwight Wilbur2-
893.80.811/713NavigationRiversRequest of American Contractors for Advance Funds in Connection with the Upper Liao River ConservancyA letter from Samuel Sokobin to the Secretary of State on the matter of an advance of funds for the Upper Liao River Conservancy.Samuel Sokobin6-
893.80.811/714NavigationRivers-A letter from J.V.A. MacMurray to the Secretary of State forwarding several letters regarding the location at Kiangnan that the six gunboats will be built.J.V.A. MacMurray22-
893.80.811/715NavigationRiversGreat Britain and the Boxer Indemnity Proposal grant for Chilhi River Conservancy Work.A letter from Clarence E. Gauss to the Secretary of State Great Britains proposal to use the Boxer Indemnity for the Chilhi River work.Clarence E. Gauss5-
893.80.811/716NavigationRiversHai Ho Conservancy Report for 1925A letter from Clarence E. Gauss to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of the Hai Ho Conservancy Report for 1925. The report has the progress made in the past year, financial data, and hydrological data.Clarence E. Gauss31-
893.80.811/717NavigationRivers-A letter from J.V.A. MacMurray to Secretary of State forwarding documents about the understanding between the Chinese and Italian goverments that might conflict with the rights established by the American International Corporation for the Hwai River.J.V.A. MacMurray15-
893.80.811/718NavigationRiversImportation of Machinary and Materials for Construction of River Gunboats.A letter from J.V.A. MacMurray to the Secretary of State asking for a bond to give the company building the boats to pay for the importation of the materials.J.V.A. MacMurray7-
893.80.811/719NavigationRiversHarbor Data: Port of ShanghaiA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of the report "The Port of Shanghai" prepared by the Whangpoo Conservancy Board. The report contains extensive hydrological and financial data involvting the project. The report also contains a few maps and pictures.Edwin S. Cunningham118-
893.80.811/720NavigationRiversAssistance Given by Consulate General to American Constractors in Settlement Dispute of $1,277,000 ContractA letter from Samuel Sokobin to the Secretary of State forwarding copies of the 24 April 1926 meeting of the Liao River board and a circular. They deal with the claims of the firm Messers. McDonnell and Gorman that they have been handicapped by the low valuations of the Japanese Engineer-in-Chief. An agreement was reached that was satisfactory to both parties.Samuel Sokobin16-
893.80.811/721NavigationRiversWhangpoo Conservancy. Engineer-in-Chief's special report on the board's working and General PolicyA letter from Edwin S. Cunningham to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of the Engineer-in-Chief's Special Report on the Board's Working and General Policy of the Whangpoo Conservancy Board. The report describes the work that has been done by the board to date and includes financial data.Edwin S. Cunningham17-
893.80.811/722NavigationRiversUpper Liao River Conservancy Advances $200,000. Mex. To American Contractors.A letter from Samuel Sokobin to the Secretary of State that the conservancy board unanimously voted to advance the American firm of McDonnell & Gorman $200,000 Mexician with a 7% interested for the fullfilment of its contract for work on the Liao River.Samuel Sokobin2-
893.80.811/723NavigationRiversThe Amur RiverA letter from George Charles Hanson to the Secretary of State forwarding an article from Manchuria Monitor, 1925. The article is on the Amur River and its economic importance.George Charles Hanson4-
893.80.811/724NavigationRiversDeepening of the Ship's Channel at the Mouth of the Liao River and Its Favorable Effect on the Trade of NewchwangA letter from Samuel Sokobin to the Secretary of State on the deepening of the channel at the mouth of the Liao River. The deepening of the channel is one of four factors that has increased the prosperity at Newchwang.Samuel Sokobin7-
893.80.811/725NavigationRivers-A letter from Ferdinand L. Mayer to the Secretary of State forwardinging a copy of the instructions from the American Legation to the consulate at Shanghai.Ferdinand L. Mayer4-
893.80.811/726NavigationRiversMin River Conservancy Annual ReportA letter from Ernest B. Price to the Secretary of State forwarding a copy of the Min River Conservancy Annual Report for the year ending 28 February 1926. The report in not included in the document.Ernest B. Price1-
893.80.811/727NavigationRivers-A document file note referencing a letter from Ferdinand L. Mayer on the subject of the mining of the Siang and Yangtze Rivers.Ferdinand L. Mayer1-
893.80.811/728NavigationRivers-A document file note referencing a letter from Edwin S. Cunningham on the subject of the designation of Gough Island as a segregation camp for oil installations.Edwin S. Cunningham1-
893.80.811/729NavigationRiversAppointment of Assistant Engineer to the Hai-Ho Conservancy Commission, TientsinA letter from David C. Berger to the Secretary of State forwarding seven copies of invitation for application for the position of Assistant Engineer to the Hai Ho Conservancy Commission at Tientsin.David C. Berger2-
893.80.811/730NavigationRivers-A document file note referencing a letter by George Charles Hanson on the subject of the Navigation of the Sungari River.George