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Correspondents File [series]

Correspondents File (1910-1944; Reels 47-54). This series consists of letters, telegrams, cablegrams, radiograms and memoranda sent and received. It is arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent and then chronologically. The letters in this series are in English unless otherwise indicated.

Roll   47  
Marcario Adriatico 1916

(Spanish)

Roll   47  
Felipe Agoncillo 1922

(in Spanish and English)

Roll   47  
Emilio Agoncillo 1913-1935

(in Spanish, Tagalog, English)

(much that was not in "General Correspondence",--some clippings re: Aguinaldo's campaign against Quezon (1935))

Roll   47  
Jose Alejandrino (Senator and later General) 1918-1935

(Spanish with some English)

(mostly re: his 1924-25 litigation against Quezon)

Roll   47  
Rafael Alunan 1910-1937

(in Spanish and English)

(includes much of his personal correspondence not found in "General Correspondence")

Roll   47  
Rosa S. de Arvero (Directora, Instituta de Mujeres) 1920-1930

(in Spanish)

Roll   47  
Timothy Ansberry (Lawyer, New York) 1916-1929
Roll   47  
Benigno Aquino (Senator) 1920-1935

(in Spanish and English)

Roll   47  
Sotero Buluyot 1918-1937
Roll   47  
H. H. Bandholtz 1909-1923

(includes some correspondence not found in "General Correspondence")

Roll   47  
James Blount 1912-1915

(mostly re: his book and his state of poverty after its completion)

Roll   47  
Jorge Bocobo 1923-1931
Roll   47  
Representative William Bor 1916
Roll   47  
Clement L. Bouve (Lawyer, Washington, D.C.) 1911-1927
Roll   47  
Felipe Buencamino, Jr. 1914-1930

(in Spanish and English)

Roll   47  
Frank Carpenter 1908-1929

(some re: Mindanao, Sulu)

Roll   47  
Representative H. M. Chalmers 1927
Roll   47  
Jose A. Clarin (Senator, Bohol) 1917-1935

(mostly Spanish)

(much more than in General Correspondence--some re: changing name of Tulun to Sikatuna and his election and striving to be Senator protempore-1929 he died 1935)

Roll   47  
Clark Bennett 1933
Roll   47  
Tomas Confesor 1927-1943
Roll   47  
Austin Craig 1916-1927

(mostly English)

Roll   48  
Austin Craig (cont.) 1927-1937

(much personal, interest; also much to do with his "Rizal's Own Story")

Roll   48  
Dwight Davis 1929-1931
Roll   48  
Francis Dexter (Lawyer, Puerto Rico) 1917
Roll   48  
Ramon Diokno 1920-1940

(in Spanish)

(mostly re: transcript of a litigation)

Roll   48  
Harold Dollar (Dollar Steamship Liner) 1925-1934
Roll   48  
Manuel Earnshaw (brother of Tomas) 1920-1933

(in Spanish)

Roll   48  
Tomas Earnshaw 1917-1932

(in Spanish)

Roll   48  
Alfred Ehrman 1920-1941

(mostly re: S. F. business)

Roll   48  
Joaquin Miguel Elizalde 1935-1944

(in Spanish and English)

Roll   48  
Joseph Evens (Col.) 1943-1944

(one letter, August 26, 1943 re: resistance on Bohol, Senator Garcia)

Roll   48  
George Fairchild (Senator) 1916-1941
Roll   48  
Harriott E. Fansler (New York) 1912
Roll   48  
James A. Farley letter 1944
Roll   48  
Ramon Fernandez 1917-1934

(in Spanish and English)

(mostly on business)

Roll   48  
A. P. Fitzsimmons (M.D., Nebraska) 1931-1932
Roll   48  
Abe Fortas letter 1942
Roll   48  
James Frear (Washington, D.C.) 1920-1939
Roll   48  
Isauro Gabaldon 1917-1923

(in Spanish and English)

(heavy official correspondence in cables, etc. while in Washington)

Roll   48  
Patrick Gallagher 1916
Roll   48  
Eugene A. Gilmore 1929

(official correspondence)

Roll   48  
Fernando M. Guerrero (former secretary of the Philippine Senate) 1916-1927

(in Spanish)

Roll   48  
Pedro Guevara 1915-1932

(in Spanish and English)

(mostly official correspondence)

Roll   48  
Teopisto Guingona (Bureau of Non-Christian Tribes--later Judge 1st Instance) 1920-1932

(in Spanish and English)

Roll   48  
Leon G. Guinto (later Provincial governor Laguna) 1918-1937

(Spanish)

Roll   48  
W. H. Lawrence (Banker) letter 1919
Roll   48  
Benito Legarda 1911-1912

(Spanish)

Roll   49  
Benito Legarda (cont.) 1911-1912

(Spanish)

Roll   49  
James Harbord 1910-1933

(personal correspondence)

Roll   49  
F. B. Harrison 1917-1935
Roll   49  
A. V. H. Hartendorp 1929-1939
Roll   49  
General Thomas Hartigan 1920-1924
Roll   49  
Harry B. Hawes 1931-1938
 
J. Ralston Hayden 1927-1943
Roll   49  
JRH effort getting Quezon to come to Ann Arbor for a speech, November 1927--Bunuan advises Quezon to skip Ann Arbor visit, too small a crowd, mostly intellectuals [but he came November 28, 1927]
Roll   49  
Quezon to Hayden (as Acting Governor-General), letter re: Governor Cuenco of Cebu, Governor-Elect Cabahug and proposal for Cebu Jr. College June 22, 1934
Roll   49  
Roy Howard 1930-1944

(personal correspondence)

Roll   49  
H. S. Howland (Colonel) 1915-1916
Roll   49  
Senator Hughes 1915
Roll   49  
Cordell Hull. 1942-1943
Roll   49  
W. A. Jones (Representative) 1912-1919
Roll   49  
Winfield Jones 1912
Roll   49  
Leopoldo Kahn (Manila) (1920-1937)

(Spanish)

Roll   49  
Maximo Kalaw 1912-1916
Roll   49  
Teodoro Kalaw 1911-1931

(Spanish)

Roll   49  
Amzi B. Kelly (lawyer, Manila) 1916-1923

(some re: Aguinaldo's activities, heavy continuing personal correspondence on issues of day--much advice to Quezon, legal and otherwise)

Roll   49  
B. N. Kennedy (Publisher, Mansfield News) 1911
Roll   49  
William Kenyon (Senator) 1915
Roll   49  
C. King 1929-1931
Roll   49  
Grayson Kirk (Professor), letter 1937
Roll   49  
Jacob Lang (Educator) 1909-1915

(English, some Spanish)

(one item records number of American-Filipino mestizos in all provinces--table)

Roll   49  
Jose P. Laurel cables 1923-1930

(in Spanish and English)

Roll   50  
Benito Legarda 1912-1915

(Spanish)

Roll   50  
Marcial P. Lichauco (Professor) 1934
Roll   50  
Mariano Lim 1914-1923

(Spanish)

Roll   50  
Vicente Lim (formerly a Lt, Philippine Scouts) 1915-1933
Roll   50  
John Livingstone (Chairman Democratic County Central Committee, Plaler, California) 1916
Roll   50  
M. F. Loewenstein (Pacific Commercial Company) 1912
Roll   50  
Justo Lukban telegram 1915

(Spanish)

Roll   50  
Ramon Lontok

(Spanish)

Roll   50  
William T. Lyon 1913
Roll   50  
Norbert Lyons (New York) 1912
Roll   50  
General D. MacArthur 1929-1944

(mostly official, some clippings on MacArthur)

Roll   50  
John R. McDill (Doctor, Milwaukee) 1912-1915

(regarding his pro-Filipino activities)

Roll   50  
P. C. McDonnell 1915-1916
Roll   50  
Frank McIntyre 1912-1931
Roll   50  
Paul V. McNutt 1939-1940
 
Vicente Madrigal 1917-1933

(in Spanish and English)

Roll   50  
Quezon to V. Madrigal. Letter re: (in part) the coal mines in Cebu October 8, 1917
Roll   50  
V. Madrigal to Quezon. Reply to previous letter re: Compostela, Cebu mines October 12, 1917
Roll   50  
George Malcolm 1917-1932
Roll   50  
Federico Mangahas letter from New York 1939
Roll   50  
J. F. Marias letters (2) 1932

(regarding imports-exports, San Francisco)

Roll   50  
W. W. Marquardt 1918-1922
Roll   50  
Henderson S. Martin (Vice-Governor, Philippines) 1914-1916
Roll   50  
Tomas Mascardo 1913-1933

(in Tagalog)

Roll   50  
William E. Mason 1911
Roll   50  
Clarance B. Miller 1912-1914

(in Spanish and English)

Roll   50  
Tomas B. Morato 1918-1939

(in Spanish and English)

(re: Tayabas politics in part)

Roll   50  
Frank Murphy 1933-1944
Roll   50  
C. H. Nance (Radio Corporation of America) 1929-1931
Roll   50  
Manuel Nieto 1920-1942

(in Spanish and English)

Roll   50  
Gregorio Nieva ("Ypyung") 1914-1940

(mostly English)

Roll   50  
Noriel (Case) 1915

(English and "code"?)

(include some correspondence with Osmeña)

Roll   50  
William F. Norris 1913
Roll   50  
Martin Ocampo 1911-1912

(Spanish)

Roll   50  
Antonio Opisso 1913-1929
Roll   50  
John E. Osburne 1914
Roll   50  
Camilo Osias letter 1919
Roll   51  
Camilo Osias ("Osi") 1920-1939
 
Sergio Osmeña 1911-1944

(in Spanish and English)

Roll   51  
Osmeña from Pedro Guevara. 3 page letter re: in part Judge Concepcion, writes to Osmeña as "Presidente, Cebu, Cebu", also representative to Sr. Sotto June 15, 1915
Roll   51  
Osmeña to Quezon. Letter re: Osmeña's trip to Cebu, and situation there January 31, 1925
Roll   51  
Osmeña to Quezon. Letter re: Cebu politics, especially F. Sotto and Pedro Rodriquez February 6, 1925
Roll   51  
Osmeña to Quezon. Letter re: above, provincial convention March 21, 1925
Roll   51  
Osmeña to Quezon. Telegram re: party solidarity provincial March 23, 1925
Roll   51  
Osmeña to Quezon. 3 page letter re: political situation in Cebu plus clippings on it March 24, 1925
Roll   51  
Osmeña to Quezon. Long 7 page lette re: political situation in Visayas and Surigao and Misamis April 1, 1925
Roll   51  
Osmeña to Quezon. Radiogram re: a fire and call for aid [Cebu?] August 4, 1935
Roll   51  
Osmeña to Major Ismael Ingeniero from Talusan re: Bohol December 16, 1944
Roll   51  
Campaign sheet, undated, probably for election 1935

(in Tagalog)

Roll   51  
Rafael Palma 1910-1931

(mostly Spanish, some English)

Roll   51  
T. H. Pardo de Tavera 1911-1920

(Spanish)

 
Quintin Paredes 1922-1941

(in Spanish and English)

Roll   51  
Salvador Betia to Q. Paredes. 3 page letter re: Visayas and HHC Bill August 3, 1933
Roll   51  
Elpidio Quirino 1917-1938
Roll   51  
James Rafferty (Ilocos Manganese Mining Company) 1919-1935
Roll   51  
Benigno Ramos 1916-1935

(in English, Tagalog and Spanish)

Roll   51  
Claro M. Recto 1925-1939

(in Spanish and English)

Roll   51  
Artemio Ricarte 1917-1935

(English, Spanish, much in Tagalog)

Roll   51  
Lloyd Rice 1937
Roll   51  
Alejandro Ruces 1926

(re. misquoting Quezon inLaVancuaroia Taliba Tribune)

Roll   51  
Eulogio Rodriguez letter 1935

(Spanish)

Roll   51  
Maximo Rodriquez (Provincial Governor, Tayabas) 1920-1939

(in Spanish)

Roll   51  
Jose E. Romero letter 1936
Roll   51  
Carlos P. Romulo 1925-1944
Roll   52  
Carlos P. Romulo (cont.) 1944
Roll   52  
Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. 1932-1933
Roll   52  
Jose Rosales 1911-1939

(in Spanish)

Roll   52  
Jacob Rosenthal 1929-1935
Roll   52  
James Ross 1911-1933
Roll   52  
Felix Roxas 1911-1919

(Spanish)

 
Manuel B. Roxas 1923-1937

(in Spanish and English)

Roll   52  
Quezon to M. Roxas re: Roxas' retirement January 17, 1935
Roll   52  
Pedro Roxas 1910-1911

(Spanish)

Roll   52  
Alejandro Ruiz 1912-1935

(Spanish)

Roll   52  
Primitivo San Agustin 1912-1934

(Spanish)

Roll   52  
Teodoro Sandiko 1920-1933

(Spanish)

(most re: Manuel Tabora vs. T. Sandiko)

Roll   52  
Jacob Schurman 1912-1933
Roll   52  
John F. Shafroth (U.S. Senator) 1906
Roll   52  
J. M. Shook (J. M. Shook Real Estate Investments) 1912-1923
Roll   52  
A. S. Shuman 1912-1913
Roll   52  
Morgan W. Shuster 1911-1933
Roll   52  
Mr. Simms (Monrovia, California) letter 1930
Roll   52  
Vicente Singson Encarnacion 1912-1934

(in Spanish and some English)

Roll   52  
Homer P. Snyder 1919
Roll   52  
Andres Soriano 1929-1943

(in Spanish and English)

Roll   52  
Antero Soriano (Representative) 1913-1933

(Spanish)

 
Vicente Sotto 1913-1935

(Spanish)

Roll   52  
V. Sotto to Quezon. Letter re:. V. Sottol's efforts to get repatriated November 24, 1913
Roll   52  
Quezon to V. Sotto. Response letter indicates he will help December 7, 1913
Roll   52  
V. Sotto to Quezon. Letter re: to election in fractions in June election December 29, 1919
Roll   52  
S. Concepcion to V. Sotto. Letters September 12, 1932, September 13, 1932 re: Esteban de la Rama, Clarin, etc. 1932
Roll   52  
V. Sotto to Quezon; Letters re: Osmeña and his mission 1933
Roll   52  
Adolph Spitzel (American-Chinese Company, Hong Kong) 1916
Roll   52  
Henry Stimson 1927-1943
Roll   52  
Harlan F. Stone (Chief Justice, U. S. Supreme Court) letter 1943
Roll   52  
Moorfield Storey 1914-1922
Roll   52  
William Sulzer (U.S. Representative) 1911-1913
 
Juan Sumulong 1930-1935

(in Spanish and English)

Roll   52  
J. Sumulong to Quezon and Paredes. Letter accepting invitation to join with mission to U.S. November 3, 1933
Roll   52  
Quezon to J. Sumulong. long 5 page letter re: a review of Democrata activities throughout Philippines July 22, 1934
Roll   52  
J. Sumulong to Juan Nolasco. Letter re: Judge appointments July 5, 1935
Roll   52  
La Candidatura de D. Juan Sumulong" (3 page memo) undated, maybe August 13, 1923
Roll   52  
Quezon to J. Sumulong. Letter 3 page draft undated
Roll   52  
Richard K. Suther 1943-1944
Roll   52  
John Switzer 1916-1934
Roll   52  
William Howard Taft letter 1911
Roll   52  
Clyde Tavenner 1910
Roll   53  
Clyde Tavenner (cont.) 1911-1923

(mostly English)

Roll   53  
Carmi Thompson 1926
Roll   53  
Emiliano Tria Tirona 1917-1931

(Spanish)

Roll   53  
James F. Tracy 1913-1914
Roll   53  
Grant Trent (U.S. Representative) 1914
Roll   53  
J. P. Tumulty 1914-1934
Roll   53  
M. E. Tydings 1934-1935
Roll   53  
Basilio Valdes 1937-1943
Roll   53  
Louis J. Van Schaick 1929-1933
Roll   53  
Jorge B. Vargas 1914-1940

(mostly English)

(mostly official correspondence)

Roll   53  
Jaime C. de Veyra (Engalio) 1910-1927

(Spanish)

Roll   53  
Simeon Villa 1913-1916

(Spanish)

Roll   53  
Vicente Villamin 1919-1935
Roll   53  
Ignacio Villamor 1943
Roll   53  
Juan Villamor (Provincial Governor Ilocos Sur) 1915-1935

(Spanish)

Roll   53  
Jonathan Wainwright 1929
Roll   53  
Chengting Wang (Shanghai) 1927-1934
Roll   53  
Sumner Wells 1943
Roll   53  
O.C. Whitaker 1916-1921
Roll   53  
Charles B. Wilby 1912-1915
Roll   53  
H. Parker Willis 1912-1919
Roll   53  
Woodrow Wilson 1912-1917
Roll   53  
Erving Winslow 1911-1918
Roll   53  
Leonard Wood 1923
Roll   54  
Leonard Wood (mostly 1923) 1923-1927
Roll   54  
Francis Woodruff 1911-1913
Roll   54  
Dean C. Worcester letter 1913
Roll   54  
Ben F. Wright (Auditor) 1925-1927
Roll   54  
Luis Yangco 1937
Roll   54  
Teodoro Yangco (Most as Resident Commissioner Yangco) 1912-1921

(in Spanish)

Roll   54  
Charles Emmett Yeater 1917-1921
Roll   54  
Jose Yulo 1927-1936

(in Spanish and English)

Roll   54  
Fernando Zobel de Ayala (Madrid) 1912-1934

(in Spanish)