Subseries 2B: American Commission to Negotiate Peace at the Versailles Conference
11.51 linear feet, 64 volumes and 2 boxes
This collection is stored at Mudd Manuscript Library.
Requests will be delivered to Public Policy Papers, MUDD Reading Room
Collection Creator: Baruch, Bernard M. (Bernard Mannes), 1870-1965..
Extent: 11.51 linear feet, 64 volumes and 2 boxes
The collection is open for research.
This subseries documents Baruchs involvement with the activities of the American Commission to Negotiate Peace, a commission appointed by President Woodrow Wilson to negotiate formal treaties following World War I, January 1, 1918-December 9, 1919. It includes the text of the treaty with Germany and related documents, meeting minutes, bulletins, committee files, subject files, and reports.
The files are further subdivided into the Peace Conference Section, the Supreme Economic Council, the Reparation and Economic Section, Reports, and Oversize Material. The Peace Conference Section are bound in a set of 37 volumes and two supplementary volumes. The Supreme Economic Council section is bound in a set of eight volumes. The Reparation and Economic Section is bound in a set of 20 volumes. Related reports are filed in one box at the end of the subseries, and related oversize material is filed in a map case..
Subseries 2B: American Commission to Negotiate Peace at the Versailles Conference; 1918-1920; Bernard M. Baruch Papers, Public Policy Papers, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library.