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COLLECTION Identifier: MS Am 1687-1687.9

Joseph Clark Grew papers

Papers of United States diplomat and author, Joseph Clark Grew.

Dates

  • 1904-1948

Conditions Governing Access

There are no restrictions on physical access to this material.

Extent

34 linear feet (120 volumes, 39 boxes)

Contains letters, diaries, speeches, essays, transcripts of conversations, photographs, and clippings that cover Grew's entire diplomatic career. Included are minutes; correspondence and memos of the American Commission to Negotiate Peace, 1918-1919; Grew's official report to Roosevelt upon his return to the U.S. from Japan, 1942; and a typescript of his book, Ten Years in Japan. "Letters," by far the largest series, are to family members and friends from his various posts overseas, as well as to many professional associates. Two volumes of letters for 1939 were destroyed by enemy action after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.

Biographical / Historical

Joseph Clark Grew (1880-1965) was a diplomat, U.S. ambassador to Japan, undersecretary of state, and author. He was born in Boston, Massachusetts, the son of Edward Sturgis Grew, a wool merchant, and Annie Crawford Clark. He attended Groton School (1892-1898) and Harvard College (A.B. 1902). In 1905 he married Alice de Vermandois Perry and they eventually had four daughters.

He was a career diplomat holding the following posts: attached to the U.S. embassies in Egypt, Mexico, Russia, Germany, and Austria (1904-1916); secretary-general to the U.S. delegation at the Paris Peace Conference; minister to Denmark (1920) and to Switzerland (1921-1923); negotiator at the Lausanne Conference on Near Eastern Affairs (1922-1923); under secretary of state (1924-1927, 1944-1945); ambassador to Turkey (1927-1932) and to Japan (1932-1941); special assistant to secretary of state Cordell Hull (1942); and director of the Office of Far Eastern Affairs (1944). In retirement he remained active on national boards and commissions.

Some of Grew's better know writings are: Sport and travel in the Far East (1910), Ten years in Japan (1944), and Turbulent era (1952).

Arrangement

Arranged into ten series:
  1. I. MS Am 1687: Diaries, letters, and clippings, 1909-1945
  2. II. MS Am 1687.1: Official Despatch no. 6018, 1942
  3. III. MS Am 1687.2: Papers on the American Commission to Negotiate Peace,1918-1919
  4. IV. MS Am 1687.3: Conversations, 1932-1945
  5. V. MS Am 1687.4: Speeches, 1904-1945
  6. VI. bMS Am 1687.5: Miscellaneous fragments
  7. VII. bMS Am 1687.6: Ten Years in Japan
  8. VIII. bMS Am 1687.7: Clippings, 1941-1948
  9. IX. bMS Am 1687.8: Diary, 1941
  10. X. fMS Am 1687.9: Speeches, 1942-1945

Immediate Source of Acquisition

*52M-1 (1-7). Gift of Hon. Joseph C. Grew, 2840 Woodland Drive, Washington 8, D.C.; received: 1952 July.

Index for MS Am 1687.3 (1)

Administration inManchukuo, 136.
Air Defense Contributions atDairen, 104,112.
Amaral, Senor do, BrazilianAmbassador, 93.
American-Japanese Relations,34,37,39,44,67,108,173,184,190,195,245,250.
American Missionaries in Korea, 208.
AmericanMissionary Property in Jehol, 28.
American NavalBase at Magdalena Bay, 41.
American OilCompanies in Japan, 30,63,135,142,192,195,204.
American Oil Companies in Manchukuo, 76,98,142,153,157,163,167.
Anglo-American-Japanese Naval Relations, 255.
Anglo-Japanese Alliance, 116,118,127,133,136,160.
Anti-American Propaganda, 32,34,37,41.
Anti-Foreign Propaganda, 32.
Araki, General, Anti-American Propaganda, 34.
Araki, General, Reasons for Resignation of, 60.
Arita, Hachiro, 1,14,28,29,34,237,247,264.
Aurell,Mr., 12,15,16.
Auriti, Mr., Italian Ambassador, 262.
Bassompierre, Baron de, Belgian Ambassador,6,114,147,182,257.
Belgian Recognition ofManchukuo, 86.
Brazilian Immigration Amendment,93.
China, Autonomy Movement in, 198.
China, Separatist Movement in, 6.
China, Situation in, 58,174,198,227,232,245,247,249,261,265,279.
China, Smuggling in, 222,225,226.
Chinese Eastern Railway, 53,81,122,124,150.
Chinese Maritime Customs at Dairen, 1.
Chevalier, Mr., 128,137.
Clive, Sir Robert,British Ambassador, 118,129,163,198,202,210,224,231,252,267.
Commercial Information, Difficulty in Obtaining, 239.
Disarmament Conference, 20.
Earhart, Amelia, 274.
Earthquake in NorthernHonshu, 19.
East Asia, Japanese Plans in, 158.
Eastern Locarno Pact, 126.
Edgell, Dr, 274.
February 26Incident, 213,217.
Fisheries, 82.
Fleisher, Wilfred, 67,69,120,173.
Flour Mills in Manchukuo, 36.
Foreign Relations ofthe United States, 1922, 275.
Four Power Treaty,149.
Fourteen or Sixteen Inch Guns, 252,270.
French and German Commercial Activities inManchukuo, 69.
German and French CommercialActivities in Manchuria, 69.
German-JapaneseAgreement, 257,260,264,273,277,283.
German-Japanese Rapprochement, 52.
GermanRecognition of Manchukuo, 69.
Harada, Mr., 88.
Hayashi, General, Minister of War, 50.
Henry, Mr. (Oriental Consolidated Mining Company), 73.
Hirota, Koki,39,44,76,78,98,112,113,154,189,190,191,192,245,259.
Honshu, Northern, Earthquake in, 19.
Horinouchi, Mr., 274.
Hsu Shih-Ying, ChineseAmbassador, 279.
Ishii, J., 88.
Italian-Japanese Agreement, 260,262,265,268,277.
Italian Recognition of Manchukuo, 260,262,265.
Japan-American Relations,34,37,39,44,67,108,173,184,190,195,245,250.
Japan-American Trade Relations, 184,195.
Japan,Foreign Relations of, 173,282.
Japan, Situation in,178,217,220,245.
Japan's Policy Toward the UnitedStates, 67.
Japan's Three Point Policy TowardChina, 261,266,279.
Japanese Art Exhibit in Boston,238.
Japanese-German Agreement,257,260,264,273,277,283.
Japanese-GermanRapprochement, 52.
Japanese Goodwill Missions tothe United States, 39,45.
Japanese-ItalianAgreement, 260,262,265,268,277.
JapaneseMandate Islands, 240.
Japanese Oil Situation,30,63,135,142,192,195,204.
Japanese Plans in EastAsia, 158.
Japanese Policy re Foreign Assistance toChina, 78,79.
Kabayama, Count, 143.
Keelung Incident, 267.
Komai, Mr., Statement re Open Door in Manchukuo, 31.
Kurusu, Mr., 13,138,184.
Lamot, Mr., 205.
Lanterns, Gift of to University of California, 88.
League of Nations, 85,125,147.
Leave of Absence (Ambassador Grew), 139,189,245,247.
Leith-Ross, Sir Frederick, 224,232.
Light, Dr. Airplane Flight of, 66.
London Naval Treaty of 1935, 231.
Manchukuo,Ambassador from, 180,210.
Manchukuo, BelgianRecognition of, 86.
Manchukuo, GermanRecognition of, 69.
Manchukuo, Italian Recognitionof, 260,262,265.
Manchukuo, Oil Monopoly in,76,98,142,153,157,163,167.
Manchukuo, Open Doorin, 31,46,76,98,169.
Manchukuo, Recognition of,134.
Manchukuo, Russian Recognition of, 7.
Mandate Islands, 240.
Marcus Show, 71.
Martel de, French Ambassador,25.
Mazaki, General, 178.
McCleary, Mr., 16.
Missionaries inKorea, 208.
Missionary Property in Jehol, 28.
National City Bank of New York, 3,36.
Naval Conference, 140,143,151,158,191,205,231,252.
Nebil Bey, Turkish Chargé d'Affaires, 50.
Nielsen, Dr., Kidnapping Case, 44.
Non-Aggression Pact, Japan-Russia, 6.
Non-Aggression Pact, Japan-United States-Great Britain, 202.
Obata, Torikichi, 60.
Oil Situation inJapan, 30,63,135,142,192,195,204.
Oil Situation inManchukuo, 76,98,142,153,157,163,167.
Open Doorin Manchukuo, 31,46,76,98,169.
OrientalConsolidated Mining Company, 8,22,25,73.
Pabst,General, Dutch Minister, 47,86,135,157,158,236,282.
Pacific Ocean, American and Japanese Zones in, 67.
Pan-Asiatic Movement, 47.
Perpetual Lease Question, 166.
Philippine TextileTrade with Japan, 193.
Poling, Dr. Daniel A., 208.
Rea, George Bronson, 109.
Reischauer, Dr., 205.
SeparatistMovement in China, 6.
Shigemitsu, Mr.,37,53,65,112,253.
Simpson, Mrs, 271.
Singer Sewing Machine Company, 10,12,13,14,15,16.
Sino-Japanese Relations,58,174,198,227,232,245,247,249,261,265,279.
Smuggling in North China, 222,225,226.
Socony-Vacuum Oil Company's Tank at Uozaki, 29,65.
Soviet Aviators, 83.
Soviet-JapaneseRelations, 6,50,53,81,114,120,129,147,173,176,236,247,283.
Soviet Russian and the League of Nations, 125,147.
Soyeshima, Count, 213.
SpyMania in Japan, 32.
Tanaka, General, Article by,106,113.
Taxation in Japan, 259.
Teusler, Dr., Death of, 102.
"ThreePoint Policy" of Japan toward China, 261,266,279.
Trade and Commerce, 182.
Troyanovsky, Mr., 84.
Turner, Mr. (Oriental Consolidated MiningCompany), 73.
Uchida, Count, 3,8,10,19,20,22.
University of California, Gift of Lanterns, 88.
Walker, Mr., 16.
Yoshida,Mr., 71,217,220.
Youreneff, Constantine, SovietAmbassador, 53,79,81,122,159,176,178,180,182,273.
Zones, American and Japanese in the Pacific Ocean, 67.


Index for MS Am 1687.3 (3)
Abyssinia, 271.
Allison, Consul John M., 180,215,224.
Amau, Mr., 24,38.
American Aviators Enlisting in Foreign Armies, 72,75.
American Flag, 202,421.
American-JapaneseRelations,4,27,55,57,100,146,165,230,275,284,292,293,295,307,369,382,398,419,431,444.
American Leprosy Foundation, 107.
American Magazines, 312.
American Mission Property, 273,421,441.
American Missionary Hospital, Waichow, 98,100.
American Nationals in China, 195,256,272,288,292,308,324,406,441.
American Nationals in Shanghai, 83,99,184.
American Naval Court of Inquiry, 173.
American Navy, 84,361.
American Offer ofGood Offices, 76.
American Press, 312,314,444.
American Property in China,302,308,337,386,406,421,441.
American Rights andInterests in China,68,83,99,101,165,177,179,184,194,195,196,201,204,205,220,229,256,258,272,275,277,290,292,293,304,306,328,352,387,398,405,411,415,420,449.
American School Teachers Giving Lessons at Soviet Embassy, 18.
American Trade in China, 318,319,321,385,422.
Anglo-American Policy in the Far East, See: GreatBritain-United States.
Anglo-Japanese Relations,3,5,37,109,117,137,267,282,295,332,344,347,361,364,377,389,393,395,396,399,412,434.
Anglo-Japanese Treaty of Commerce,348,396,412.
Anglo-Saxon Jurisprudence, 41.
Anschluss, 271.
Anti-American Feeling of Japanese Navy, 4,116.
Anti-British Activities, 109,111,117,133,137,182,363,370,377,389.
Anti-Comintern Pact, 367.
Anti-Japanese Feeling in America, 117,240.
Anti-Japanese Propaganda in China, 62,78,96,191,344,429.
Anti-Japanese Sentiment of British Population, 3,109,137,282.
Araki, General, 4,183,265.
Archbishop of Canterbury, 109.
Arita, Mr.Minister for Foreign Affairs, 2,24,415,419,430,431,441,444.
Arms Shipments to China, 302,364, 432.
Arsène-Henry, French Ambassador, 278,280,288,290,350.
Asahi Shimbun, 37.
Bassompierre, Baron deBelgian Ambassador to Japan, 28,32,35,37,122,125,335.
"Big Five, The", 296.
Blockade, 185,196.
Bombing Operations,90,98,100,118,277,280,284,298,308,363,421,441.
British Ambassador to China, 117.
British Fleet,185,196,364.
British interests in China, 332,347.
British Navy, 185,196,364.
Burgess, Mr. Perry President of the American Leprosy Foundation,107.
Byas, Mr. Hugh, 73.
Canada, 58.
Canton, 277,280,298,390,393.
Censorship, 312,387.
Central China Promotion Company, 303.
Central China Renovation Company, 296.
Chamberlin, Prime Minister, 347.
Chiang Kai-shek,95,128,136,143,147,148,190,249,269,291,344,361,364,377,379,390,392,393,432,447.
Chiang Kai-shek, kidnapping of, 30,77.
China Board, The, 395,447.
"China Incident" Outbreak, 60,67,68.
ChinaOrgan, The, 302,381.
Chinese Currency, 190.
Chinese Customs Administration,106,150,151,156,177,184,194,205,226,252,257,345.
Chinese Customs Patrol, Firing by, on Japanese Fishing Vessels, 50,52.
Chinese Customs Tariff, 13,184.
Chinese Foreign Office, 77.
Chinese Passenger Plane, 358.
Chinese SaltAdministration, 106.
Cholera, 107.
Claims, 278.
Clark Kerr, SirArchibald, 304,380.
Clive, Sir Robert, BritishAmbassador to Japan, 1,8,15,37.
Common LawFoundation, 41.
Communists in China, 95,344.
Congo Basin Treaty, 24.
Cotton Textiles and Oil, 2.
Cotton TextileMission, 2.
Craigie, Sir Robert, British Ambassadorto Japan,104,106,109,114,124,133,134,137,156,182,196,208,226,228,231,235,252,277,280,288,295,300,332,335,343,347,361,364,367,377,379,389,391,392,393,395,396,398,429,431.
Crane, Lieutenant Colonel, 174.
Crosley, Rear Admiral Walter S., U.S.N. Retired.
Currency Exchange Control in North China, 251.
CURRENT OPINION, 7.
Czechoslovakia, 247,371.
Debuchi, Mr. Katsuji, 298.
Demilitarized Zones, 191.
Department of Agriculture and Forestry, 59.
Diet, The, 24,32,75.
DiplomaticPrivileges and Prerogatives, 335.
Discrimination,347,385,431,436,445.
Domei, 318.
East Hopei Autonomous Régime, 35.
Economic Bloc, 437.
Embargo, 318,319,321.
Emperor, The, 203,244,312,381.
Europe, 120,247,266,363,365,367,371,377,391,396.
Evacuation, 100,161,168.
Exchange Control, 385.
"Exclusion Act", 4.
Extraterritoriality in China, 300,316.
Falkenhausen, German Military Adviser to China, 268.
Far East, Conditions in, 266.
Fisheries, Salmon, 57,149,171,210,237,246.
Fleisher, Wilfrid, Japan Advertiser, 29,112.
Foreign Office Press Bureau, 72.
Foreign Property in China, 288,290,304.
France,247,270,301,371,413.
Franco-SovietRapprochement, 120.
Free Press, 313.
Free Speech, 313.
French Fleet, 185.
French Indo-China, 137.
German Ambassador, General Ott, 350,365,397.
German-Japanese Relations, 267.
Germany, 111,120,135,190,247,266,364,367,371,377,379,396.
"Good Neighbor" policy, 119.
Good Offices, 343,350,401.
"Goodwill Envoy", 118,127.
Great Britain,190,247,265,343,371,434.
Great Britain-Japan,Cooperation in North China Proposed, 8,365.
GreatBritain-Soviet Russia, 4.
Great Britain-United States,Parallel Action in the Far Eastern Conflict,104,110,114,184,196,208,252,277,298,333,343,348,399,413.
Guns 16", 29,56.
Hainan, 301.
Hankow, 179,181,206,288,290,347,350,361.
Hankow-Canton Railway, 100.
Hasegawa, Admiral, 84,163.
Havana, 101.
Havlicek, Mr., Minister to Czechoslovakia, 120.
Hayashi, General, 9.
Hidaka, Mr., 79,84.
Hides and Skins,Embargo on, 318,319,321.
Hiranuma, Baron, 264.
Hirota, Mr., Minister for Foreign Affairs,55,57,60,68,72,75,82,90,98,99,100,126,131,136,138,140,145,148,149,150,151,159,161,163,165,168,169,171,172,174,176,182,190,193,194,195,197,201,204,205,206,210,229,237,245,246,247,249,251,256,264,295.
Hitler,266.
Homma, Major General, 230.
Hongkong, 137,393.
Horinouchi,Vice Minister,10,11,12,15,24,26,39,52,67,79,87,113,177,179,180,181,215,224,226,252,262,272,272,277,284,287,292,293,304,319,358,396.
Hull, Mr.Cordell, Secretary of State, 55,57,63,83,145,240,348.
Ikeda, Mr. Minister of Finance, 296,303.
Imperial Household, 312.
Imperial University, 107.
Inner Mongolia, 191,345.
International Hydrographic Bureau, 11.
International Labor Office, 262.
InternationalSettlement, Shanghai, 109,113,137.
Itagaki,General, Minister of War, 296.
Italy,111,135,190,248,266,365,367,377,396.
Japan, 266.
JAPAN ADVERTISER, The 111.
Japan-Manchukuo-China Bloc, 434.
Japanese Ambassador in Rome, 365.
Japanese Cabinet, 295.
Japanese Cultural Office inNew York, 264.
Japanese Flag, disrespect to inShanghai, 202.
Japanese Imperial Household, 312.
Japanese Military Jurisdiction, 195.
Japanese Navy, 137,226.
Japanese Peace Terms, 143,191.
JapanesePress, 144.
Japanese-Soviet Relations, 7.
Kabayama, Count, 264.
Kao, Mr. Chief of the Asiatic Bureau of the Chinese Foreign Office, 77,84.
Kawagoe, Mr. Ambassador to China, 50,77,84.
Keelung Incident, 4,5,15,38.
Kellogg-Briand Convention, 130.
Kerosene,205.
Kodama, Mr., President of the Central ChinaPromotion Company, 303.
Konoye, Prince,264,295,381,395,396,398,399,404,416,421,429,444.
Kung, 192.
Kuriyama, Chief of the TreatyDivision of the Foreign Office, 24.
Kwantung Army,8,30.
League of Nations, 124,128,198.
Loans to China, 190,268,333,348,447.
Locarno Pact, 248.
London NavalTreaty 1936, 245.
Looting, 193,201,229.
Machijiri, General, 121.
Mail, Tampering with, 335.
MAINE, The, 101.
"Manchukuo", 35,78,96,260,304,345,422,434.
Mandated Islands - British Warship Refused Permission toVisit, 6.
Marco Polo Bridge Incident, 61,83,118.
Masujima, Mr. Rokuichiro, 41.
Matsukata, Mr. Kojiro, 118,240.
Matsuoka, Mr. Yosuke, 138.
McGreer, Mr. CanadianChargé d'Affaires, 335.
Mediation,79,117,138,143,192,240,344,350,401,429.
Mediterranean, 185.
Military Taxes, 322.
Missionary Problems in China, 338.
Mitsunami, Admiral, 172.
MONOCACY, U.S.S., 352.
Monopolies,303,328,387.
Moss, R. F. Chairman of the ExecutiveCommittee of the American School, 18.
Mussolini,266.
Nanking, 87,90,100,148,161,163,180.
Nanking Government, 61,84,90,147,309.
Naval Gun Calibers, 29,56,231.
Navy Ministry, 56.
Naval Tonnage, 227,231,235.
Netherlands East Indies, 137.
Neutrality, 105.
Neutrality Act, 72.
Nine Power Treaty Conference,122,124,126,131,134,136,138,140,145.
North ChinaCurrency Exchange Control, 251.
North ChinaDevelopment Company, 296,303.
North China,Régime of, 207,345.
North China, Smuggling in, 12.
Nyhus Case, 406.
OAHU, U.S.S., 180.
Obata, Mr., 33.
Oikawa, Admiral, 352.
Oil, 118.
Oil and Cotton Textiles, 2.
Oil Companies in North China, 328.
"Open Door" Policy of the U.S.,24,251,303,308,328,345,381,395,399,415,420,429,444.
OSAKA MAINICHI, 174.
Outer Mongolia, 95.
Panama Canal, 185,198.
PANAY, U.S.S., 161,163,165,166,169,172,176,177,201,223.
Peace,96,117,143,190,206,240,249,307,350,372,391,401,429.
Perpetual Leases, 1,26,38.
Piggott, General,British Military Attaché, 3.
Poland, 120.
Portsmouth Treaty, 59.
PRESIDENT COOLIDGE S.S., 159.
PRESIDENTHOOVER, S.S., 159.
Press, American, 312,314,444.
Prince Chichibu, 5,15.
Provisional Government in North China, 259,409.
Public Opinion in Japan, 347.
Public Opinionin the United States, 119,202,282,284,292,307,325,360,406,413,415,420.
Railways, 362.
Rome-Berlin Axis, 270.
Roosevelt, PresidentFranklin, 55,119,142,192,240,241,268,371,381.
Roosevelt, President Theodore, 268.
Saito, Mr.Japanese Ambassador to the United States, 60,63.
Salmon Fisheries, 57,148,171,210,237,246.
Sanctions, 332,389.
Sansom, Sir George, 8.
Sato, Mr. Naotake, Minister for Foreign Affairs,27,28,33,38,49.
Sawada, Mr. Renzo, Vice Ministerfor Foreign Affairs, 404,406,408,409,449.
Scovel, Dr.Frederick G., 284,287.
Scrap Iron, 118.
Settlement of Incidents in China, 314.
Shanghai,80,82,99,109,113,155,184,195,305,309,316,362,379,392,395,402.
Shanghai - Assault on British detective by Japanese Soldiers, 5.
Shiratori, Toshio, 33,305,430.
Singapore, 185,198,226,228.
Sino-Japanese Hostilities,109,114,118,128,142,148,182,190,226,249,268,290,295,307,317,334,343,369,390,393,429.
Sino-Japanese Relations,29,49,50,55,60,63,67,68,73,76,79,82,87,90,104,192,196,206,208,249.
Sino-Soviet Agreement, 35,95,120,128.
Smith, Werner G. Company, 293.
Smuggling in North China, 12.
Sogo, Shinji, Political"Chief of Staff" in Hayashi Cabinet, 8.
"SouthwardAdvance" Policy, 137.
Soviet Russia,58,135,266,369,434.
Soviet Russia-Great Britain, 4.
Soyeshima, Mr., 298.
Spain, 247.
Spain, The U.S. War With, 101.
Special Taxes for Military Expenditures in China,322.
Stalin, 266.
Standard Oil Ship at Changsha, 408.
Standard OilShips at Nanking, 161,163,165,166.
Stennes,German Military Adviser to China, 268.
Stinnes,Edmund, 266.
Sudeten Problem, 367.
Suetsugu, Admiral, 182,265.
Suiyuan Incident, 29.
Sung, General, 61.
Swatow, Attack on Japanese Consular Policemanby Chinese Police, 50,52.
Tagawa, Daikichiro, 338.
Tamiya, Professor Takeo, 107.
Tani, Mr., 304,344,350.
Taxes inChina, 204.
Taxes in Japan, 322.
Territorial Integrity of China, 301.
Terroristic Activities in Shanghai, 362.
TextileIndustry, Tripartite Conference, 10.
Thomson, Dr. J.C., 292,293,324.
Togo, 34.
Toyama, 377.
Trautmann,Ambassador to China, 191,206,240.
TripartiteConference on Textile Industry, 10.
Trucks, 118.
Tsingtao, 94.
Ugaki, General,264,275,277,282,285,290,296,300,301,306,319,321,322,324,332,337,347,350,352,361,368,371,379,389,404.
U. S. Navy,84,196,226,228,361.
U.S. Naval Vessels, Visit of,131.
University of Shanghai, 337.
Waichow, American Missionary Hospital, 98,100.
Wang, Chinese Ambassador to the United States, 192.
War, 259,268,365,377.
Whangpoo Conservancy, 362.
Winant, John G.Candidate for Position of Director of International Labor Office, 262.
Wood Oil, 293.
Yangtze River,179,353,395,415,418,447.
Yellow River, 291.
Yokohama Specie Bank, 106.
Yoshida, Mr. Japanese Ambassador to London, 235.
Yoshizawa, Mr. Director of the American Bureau of the Foreign Office,166.
Yureneff, Mr., 120.


Index for MS Am 1687.3 (5)
Abe, General, 56,60.
Abend, Hallett, 323,324.
Abyssinia, 60.
Aikawa, Mr., 76,81,82,83,84.
American Aid to China, 199.
American-British Action, 56.
American-Japan Society, 62,65,66,67,69,108.
American-Japanese Relations,32,50,51,67,68,69,70,71,72,81,82,83,85,87,88,95,97,98,99,100,101,102,103,107,110,118,119,120,121,122,129,134,136,137,138,139,140,147,148,151,152,153,154,155,158,162-179,183-192,193,194,195,196,197,198-212,214,215,216,251,260,290,291,292,296,297,298,299,307,308,309,310,311,312,313,314,315,316,317,318,333,334,344-364,370-372.
American Merchandise in FrenchIndo-China, 355,356,369.
American Missionaries,326,327,347-354,380,381.
American Press,130,161,313,314,315,318.
American Property inChina,33,42,45,46,68,69,71,85,86,87,88,90,91,92,93,94,113,119,122,136,137,166,290,291,333,334,335,336,337,344.
American Public Opinion,115,137,260,309,313,314,315,318,371,372.
American Red Cross, 110.
American Rights inChina,69,71,72,86,87,102,110,118,119,120,122,136,137,164,166,185,290,291,299,316,344,367,368.
Anglo-French Relations, 59.
Anglo-Japanese Relations, 1,2,5,82,83,147,148,156,161.
Anti-British Agitation in China, 75.
Anti-Comintern Pact, 15,16,18.
Araki, General, 122.
Arita, Mr. Foreign Minister,11,13,16,22,33,34,42,47,48,107,112,118,119,120,121,122,123,134-138,140,146,147,149,153,155,156,158,162-170,180,183-192,193,194,195,196,197,198-212,213.
Arsène-Henri, Mr. French Ambassador,1,3,23,31,58,59,60,61,63,123,124,125,126,292.
ASTORIA U.S.S., 34,35.
Auriti, Mr. ItalianAmbassador, 53.
Axling, Rev. Dr. William, 39.
Baltic Countries, 59.
Bard, Mr. B. T., 379,380,381.
Bassompierre,Baron de, 5,6.
Beaird, Miss Marjorie, 104,105,106.
Belgium, 132.
Bell, Mrs. Mary O., 319.
Bitumuls Company ofJapan, Ltd., 321.
Blockade of the China Coast,14,135.
British-American Tobacco Company, 74.
British Blockade, 135.
British Information Bureau, 55.
BritishSupplies to China, 135,199.
Buchman, Dr. FrankN.D., 96.
Cabinet, 5,6.
Catholic Mission, Sinsiang, 93.
Central Bankof China, 378.
Chiang Kai-shek,6,14,52,62,64,127,135,168,198,199,211,300,305,339.
Chikui, Kenjin, 73.
China Currency, 31,99.
China National Aviation Corporation, 325.
China - Trade Restrictions, 23,24.
Chinese Customs, 3,8,9,11.
Chinese-Japanese Relations,5,127,135,136,139,148,163,165,195,196,300,305,339,378.
Chungking Bombing, 156,180,181,182,213.
Ciano, Count, 32,
Columbia Broadcasting System ofNew York, 331,332.
Craigie, Sir Robert - BritishAmbassador,1,2,3,7,8,9,23,24,25,30,31,32,55,56,62,63,64,74,75,76,116,127,129,130,131,132,133,134,135,136,137,138,139,140,141,142,143,144,145,155,156,157,158,159,160,161,163.
Credits to China, 6.
Czechoslovakia, 26.
Dairen Club, 373.
Danzig, 54.
Davis, Mr. Norman, 109.
Debuchi, Mr., 16,18.
Decker, J. W., 39.
Diet,The, 16.
Downs, Mr. Darley, 340,341,342,343.
Economic Sanctions, 6.
Embargo, 51,70,88,129,130,131,137,300,307,308,368.
Espionage, 104,105,106.
European War, 31,51,54,135,148,165,169,190,193,203,204,296,338.
Evacuation, 340,341,342,343.
Extremist Elements, 7,15.
Fain, Baron, 292,293,294.
Ford Motor Company, 108,109.
Foreign Exchange, 53,363,364.
Foreign Nationals - Search of in China, 31.
France--, 132,242.
Free Methodist Mission, Chenliu, 93.
Freedom of the Press, 89.
French-Japanese Relations,58,125,242-247,260,261,273-275,278-283,292-294,361,362.
French Supplies to China, 58,135,198.
Fur Seals, 310,311,312.
Fur Trade in NorthChina, 335,336,337.
Gartner, Margaret,104,105,106.
German Embassy, 158.
German-Soviet Agreement, 58.
German Vessels, 55.
Germany,6,15,16,26,27,28,30,51,54,58,59,124,132,135,137,138,139,148,150,158,194,292,297,299,338,339.
Great Britain, 5,6.
Grey, Sir Edward, 130.
"H" Mr.,146,147,148,149,150,151,152,153,154.
HainanIsland, 13.
Hiranuma, Prime Minister, 5,6,15,16,18.
Hirota, Ambassador, 166.
Hirota, Mr. Foreign Minister, 370.
Hishikari, General, 109.
Hitler, 54,58.
Holland, 124.
Horinouchi,Mr. Japanese Ambassador to Washington, 32,107,109,112,368.
Hornbeck, Mr., 109.
Hull, Cordell,17,22,110,123,129,166,298,368,371.
Hungary, 59.
Indochina, 58.
International News Service, 295.
Ishawata, Mr., 147.
Italy,6,15,30,32,54,59,60,169,194,292,299,338,339.
Iwanaga, Mr., 15,16,17.
Japan, 5,7.
Japan - Policy of, 200,201,202.
Japan-Russia, 62,65,82.
Japan News Week,73.
Japan Times, The, 295.
Japan - Trade Principals, 203-212.
Japan - Trade Statistics, 203,212.
JapaneseCabinet, 60.
Japanese Institute in New York,108,109.
Japanese Press, 194,370.
Japanese Public Opinion, 121,274,370,371.
Joint Trading Corporation, 73.
Jardine, Matheson and Company, 73,74.
Kabayama, Count Aisuke, 108,109,110,111,112.
Kato, Mr., 60.
Kawai, Mr. - Bureau of Information, 43.
Keswick, Mr., 73,75.
Kido, Marquess, 146.
Koiso, General, 6.
Konoye, Prince, 5,15,16,157,168,298.
Lace, 88.
Landon,Harold N., 276,277.
League of Nations, 217.
Lutheran Brethren Mission, Tungpeh, 92.
"Manchukuo", 99.
Matheson,Walker, 313,314,315.
Matsuo, Mr.,288,289,329,375,376,377.
Matsuoka, Mr. ForeignMinister,214,215,216,217,218,219,220,221,222,223-236,237-241,242-249,250-259,260-261,269-272,278-283,284-287,288,289,290,291,295,296,297-300,301-302,303-306,316-318,319,320,321,322,323-324,325,326-328,329-330,331-332,333-334,335-337,338-339,344-364,367-368,369,370-372,373,374,375-377,378,379-381,382-383,384,385-386.
Military Alliance, 15,16,30,32,51.
Mitsui, T. S., 96.
Mizuno, Mr., 293.
Moral Re-Armament, 96.
Moss, Mr., 81.
Netherlands East Indies,123,129,130,131,133,134,139,149,150,167,207,208,210,243,245-249,294.
Netherlands Minister, 7,132.
New Caledonia, 125.
New Order in EastAsia, 146,151,274,299,304
Nickel, 125.
Nine Power Treaty, 63,110,136,298.
Nishihara, General, 294.
Nomonhan, 52,60,132.
Nomura, Admiral,67,68,69,70,71,72,85,86,87,88,89,90,91,92,93,94,95,97,98,99,100,101,102,103,316,346.
North China Trade Restrictions, 23,24,25.
Note to the Foreign Office of December 30, 1938, 1,2,6.
Nyhus, Mr. and Mrs., 90.
Ohashi, Mr. Vice Minister,260,262-268,273-275,292,293,307-308,309,310-312,318.
Oji Paper Company, 73,75.
Okada, Major,73.
Oshima, Mr., 15.
Ott, General, German Ambassador, 5.
Oxford Group, 96.
Pacific Territories, 193,197.
Pan-Pacific, 133.
Peace in Europe, 58.
Peace Terms, 5,17.
Peru, 49.
Phillips,Ambassador, 32.
Poland, 16,50.
Polish Ambassador, 50,65.
RadioReceiving Set, 93.
Redmond, Mr., 73,76.
Ribbentrop, 59.
Romer,Mr. de, Polish Ambassador, 50,65.
Roosevelt,President, 16,217,219,220,316.
Rumania, 59.
Russia,7,50,51,52,58,59,60,62,92,122,132,138,158,292,338.
Russia Aid to China, 199.
Saionji, Prince,370.
Saito, Ambassador, 21,22,34.
Saito, Deputy, 111.
Sawada, Mr.Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs, 19,26,27,28,29,35,41.
Sayre, High Commissioner to the Philippines, 121,136,168.
Schreiber, Dr. Ricardo Rivera, Peruvian Minister, 49.
Sever, Mr. Joseph C., 329,330.
Shanghai International Settlement,19,20,41,47,48,56,221-236,237-241,250-259,262-268,269-272,284-287,301,302,382-383,384,385.
Shiratori, Mr., 15.
South America, 49.
Soviet-GermanAgreement, 58.
Stalin, 58.
Standard Vacuum Oil Company, 74,321,322,385,386
Stimson, Mr., 130.
Tani,Mr., 60,113,115,116,117,123,141,142,143,144,145,181.
Taussig, Admiral, 121.
TERAKUNI MARU,83.
Territorial Ambitions in China, 13.
Terrorist Activities in Shanghai, 19.
Thailand, 167,210.
Tientsin,56,115,116,119,124,141,142,143,144,145,148,160,161.
Tojo, General, 6.
Treaty of Commerce andNavigation between America and Japan,72,91,97,101,102,103,107,118,151,152,153,169.
Tripartite Pact, 292,296,303-306,338-339.
TsingtaoHarbor, Opening of, 29,30.
Tucker, Mr., 94.
United States, 5,6.
United States - Statement of Policy of, 188,189,190-192.
United States Fleet, 167.
Universal LeafTobacco Company, 357-360,374.
University ofShanghai, 39.
Utsunomiya, 73,75.
Wang Ching-wei, 5,17,52,62,63,127.
War, 51,55,58,59,67,100.
Welles, Sumner,32,49.
Wiese, Mr. D.N.B. Representative, 158.
Wills, Mr. - Japan News Week, 73.
Wills, Mr. W. R., 331,332.
WoodOil, 88.
"Y", Mr., 365,366.
Yamamoto, Admiral, 293.
YangtzeRiver, 30,71,75,97.
Yonai, Admiral, 111,153.
Yoshizawa, Mr., 91.
Yunnan Railway, 125.
Title
Grew, Joseph C. (Joseph Clark), 1880-1965. Joseph Clark Grew papers: Guide.
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