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Box Contents List

Series VI: Box 31

Asian trip, 1944

(See also the CD of photographs from an Asian trip, in Box AV1)


"Description of Certain Cities In Siberia and Central Asia"

Itinerary and preliminary research

"The Landscape Zones of Siberia and Soviet Central Russia" (2 folders: one original and one photocopy)

Miscellaneous (2 folders). Consists primarily of press releases and speeches given by Wallace

"Paraphrase of Vice President Wallace's Message to the President." Drafted in Kunming June 26 and dispatched from New Delhi about June 28.

"Report on the ATC Special Mission #52: Siberia and Outer Mongolia (2 folders: one original, one photocopy)

"Wallace in China." (in Chinese)

Series VI: Box 32

Summary report

Italy, 1947

South American trips

Guatemala and El Salvador, 1964

Mexico, 1940

Mexico, 1946 (2 folders)

Latin America, 1943


"Palabras de Honorable Henry A. Wallace, Vicepresidente de los Estados Unidos."

Press releases, n.d., thought to be from this trip

Travel notebooks, mostly from European trips

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