Some Facts About Latin America [spine title]. 24 booklets and pamphlets bound together on Panama, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, and Brazil

By: Pan American Union; United States Department of Commerce; Etc.

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Fact book for former owner, Louis J. Heath, reporter and, later, Central and South American Bureau Chief for United Press, 1924-1938. Contains twenty-four pamphlets and booklets bound together as follows: Trade Information Bulletin (TIB) No. 257, *The Republic of Panama,* Julius Klein, Director, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Trade (BFDT), 15 pp.; *Panama General Descriptive Data,* L. S. Rowe, Director General, The Pan American Union (PAU), 33 pp., *Panama and Colón, Gateway Cities between Greatest Oceans,* PAU, 27 pp.;Trade and Economic Review for 1923, (TER23) No. 30, *Peru,* BFDC, 6 pp.; * Peru, General Descriptive Data,* PAU, 30 pp.; TER23 No. 27, *Chile,* BFDC, 13 pp.; *Chile, General Descriptive Data,* PAU, 1923, 30 pp.;* Valparaiso The South Pacific Emporium,* PAU, 1923, 22 pp.; *Santiago, Chile's Interesting Capital,* PAU, 30 pp.; TER23 No. 12, *Argentina, * BFDC, 19 pp.; M. A. Phoebus, TIB No. 156, *Economic Development in Argentina Since 1921,* BFDC, 1923, 14 pp.; *Argentine Republic General Descriptive Data,* PAU, 30 pp.; TER22 No. 15, *Uruguay,* BFDC, 4 pp.; TER 1923 No 32, *Brazil,* BFDC, 9 pp.; TIB 1923, *Brazil, Trade Review for 1923,* BFDC, 18 pp.; *Brazil, General Descriptive Data,* PAU, 1922, 32 pp.; *Rio de Janeiro, The Fair Capital of Brazil,* PAU, 1923, 22 pp.; *São Paulo The Heart of Coffee Land,* PAU, 22 pp.; Richard C. Long, *Brazil and Economic Review by States,* BFDC, 32 pp.; Schurz, W. L., TIB No 32, *Merchandising Methods and Trade Conditions in the Amazon Valley,* BRDC, 1925, 12 pp.; Hector Lazo, *Caribbean Markets for American Goods I Central America,* BFDC, 1925, 17 pp.; W. Duval Brown, *Caribbean Markets for American Goods, II Columbia,* BFDC, 1925, 21 pp.; M. J. Meehan, *Caribbean Markets for American Goods III Cuba,* BFDC, 1925, 19 pp. Heath was referred to as " the ambassador without portfolio" - Amherst Graduates' Quarterly, May, 1941 for his work on behalf of the United States in Latin America. We don't know whether the material bound together in this book was assembled by Heath, the United Press, or the United States Government. Overall, it gives a good picture of the state of knowledge about Latin America at this crucial period in the development of American Foreign Policy.

Title: Some Facts About Latin America [spine title]. 24 booklets and pamphlets bound together on Panama, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, and Brazil

Author Name: Pan American Union; United States Department of Commerce; Etc.

Categories: History,

Publisher: Washington, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Pan American Union: 1924

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition: Very Good

Size: 8vo,

Seller ID: Books002750

Keywords: United Press, UP, "Good Neighbor Policy", Panama, Colon, Peru, Chile, Valparaiso, Santiago, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Rio De Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Coffee, Amazon, Caribbean, Central America, Columbia, Cuba, Louis Jay Heath, Julius Klein, L.S. Rowe, U