Subseries 2B: America-Jugoslav Society
2 boxes (1 partial)
This collection is stored at Mudd Manuscript Library.
Requests will be delivered to Public Policy Papers, MUDD Reading Room
Collection Creator: Armstrong, Hamilton Fish, 1893-1973..
Extent: 2 boxes (1 partial)
Collection is open for research use.
The America-Jugoslav Society was established in 1923 in order to foster understanding between the two countries and to provide current information to Americans on Yugoslavia. Armstrong was a director of the Society. The sub-series contains correspondence in alphabetical order followed by miscellaneous materials also in alphabetical order. The files consist of information detailing the operations of the Society including routine correspondence, minutes, finances and functions. The most extensive correspondence is with John A. Kingsbury, secretary from 1924 to 1927, and George Radin, secretary from 1927 onward. In 1930 Armstrong gave up active membership in the Society because it was to become a subsidized agency of the Jugoslav government.
No arrangement action taken or arrangement information not recorded at the time of processing.
Subseries 2B: America-Jugoslav Society; 1923-1930; Hamilton Fish Armstrong Papers, Public Policy Papers, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library.
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