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Material Information

Title:
John Donaldson Papers
Physical Description:
5.84 : (14 boxes) ;
Language:
English
Creator:
Donaldson, John, 1892-1955

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Economics   ( lcsh )
Economics & policy studies   ( lcsh )
International relations   ( lcsh )
International trade   ( lcsh )
Tariff   ( lcsh )
World War, 1939-1945 -- Reparations   ( lcsh )
Banks and banking, International   ( lcsh )
Genre:
ead   ( sobekcm )

Notes

Scope and Content:
The collection consists of lecture notes, government printed pamphlets, manuscripts, correspondence, research,clippings, copies of transcripts and publications. The collection also includes materials related to Donaldson’s terms as President of both Pi Kappa Phi and Delta Phi Epsilon in the mid-1930s. Highlights of the collection included a German barter proposal, materials on German-American economic relations, inter-War economic international plans, and other materials. Subjects covered by this collection include: United States foreign trade, Russia, war reparations, international relations, tariff relations, United States Trade Board, and Allied Forces' wartime debts.
Preferred Citation:
John Donaldson Papers, Special Collections Department, Tampa Library, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
Biographical:
John Donaldson was born in Charlotte, North Carolina on October 9, 1892. He received his Bachelors in Science from the University of Maryland in 1910 and his doctorate in political science from John Hopkins University in 1914. He served as an economist for the U.S. War Board, the U.S. Shipping Board, and the U.S. Department of State from 1918 to 1922. He served as a professor in political economy, international trade, and commerce at American University, Georgetown, George Washington University, and Columbian College from 1922-1947. From 1934-35 he served as Chairman of the Office of Special Advisors to the President on Foreign Trade. Donaldson was an active member of both Pi Kappa Phi and Delta Phi Epsilon, where he served as President of each organization on multiple occasions. Donaldson has published numerous articles and books on the subjects of international trade, economics, and commerce. He died on June 2, 1955 in his home in Avon Park, Florida.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of South Florida Library
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
Rights Management:
None.  The contents of this collection may be subject to copyright.  Visit the United States Copyright Office's website at [url=http://www.copyright.gov/%C2%A0]http://www.copyright.gov/[/url]for more information.
Resource Identifier:
usfldc doi - D18
usfldc handle - u29.118-d18-ead
System ID:
SFS0031935:00001


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Guide to the John Donaldson Papers
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John Donaldson was born in Charlotte, North Carolina on October 9, 1892. He received his Bachelors in Science from the University of Maryland in 1910 and his doctorate in political science from John Hopkins University in 1914. He served as an economist for the U.S. War Board, the U.S. Shipping Board, and the U.S. Department of State from 1918 to 1922. He served as a professor in political economy, international trade, and commerce at American University, Georgetown, George Washington University, and Columbian College from 1922-1947. From 1934-35 he served as Chairman of the Office of Special Advisors to the President on Foreign Trade. Donaldson was an active member of both Pi Kappa Phi and Delta Phi Epsilon, where he served as President of each organization on multiple occasions. Donaldson has published numerous articles and books on the subjects of international trade, economics, and commerce. He died on June 2, 1955 in his home in Avon Park, Florida.
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Preferred Citation:
John Donaldson Papers, Special Collections Department, Tampa Library, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
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Arrangement of Materials:
Arranged chronologically
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Scope and Contents
The collection consists of lecture notes, government printed pamphlets, manuscripts, correspondence, research,clippings, copies of transcripts and publications. The collection also includes materials related to Donaldsons terms as President of both Pi Kappa Phi and Delta Phi Epsilon in the mid-1930s. Highlights of the collection included a German barter proposal, materials on German-American economic relations, inter-War economic international plans, and other materials. Subjects covered by this collection include: United States foreign trade, Russia, war reparations, international relations, tariff relations, United States Trade Board, and Allied Forces' wartime debts.
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Notes on Trade and Conferences
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Folder 1
Phi Gamma Mu- Notes and correspondence for annual dinner in Washington, D.C.
1934
id66923
1
2
Press Clippings of Phi Gamma Mu Annual Dinner
1934
id66924
1
3
Lecture Notes- Trades and Exchange Controls/Agreements
1930s
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1
4
Reports on Dumping
1930s
id66927
1
5
International Finance
1920s
id66928
2
International Trade
1930s and 1940s
id66929
2
1
U.S. Tariffs and Quotas under the National Recovery Administration
1930s
id66930
2
2
Money and Gold
id66931
2
3
Trade and Exchange Agreements
id66932
2
4
Origins of Commercial Policy
id66933
2
5
Trade Controls
id66934
2
6
Exchange Controls
id66935
2
7
Trade Controls
id66936
2
8
International Trade- Economic Relations with Europe and the German Reich Post- WWII International Economic Plans
Scope and Contents
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id66937
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Trade Warfare
1920s and 1930s
id66938
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U.S Tariff Features
id66939
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2
U.S. Foreign Trade- Includes Export/Import Statistics
id66940
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3
World War and German Reparations
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4
Trade Protection and Reactionary Tariffs
id66942
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5
Bibliography and Contact Lists for Economists
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6
Barter and Imperial Preferences in Trade
id66945
4
International Trade Relations- World War II
id66946
4
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World Trade and German Reparations- post-World War II
id66947
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2
Import Embargoes and Neutrality in Trade- pre-World War II
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3
International Monetary Relations
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International Finance Policies
1939-1946
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International Tariffs and Banking
late 1930s and 1940s
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Money and banking
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2
Lecture Notes
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3
Seminar on Economics
id66954
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4
European Economic Unrest and Treaty Policies
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5
International Trade post-World War II
id66956
5
6
Bretton Woods Proposals
id66957
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Trade and War
late 1930s and 1940s
id66958
6
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Allied War Debts
id66959
6
2
Economies of War
id66960
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3
International Economic Planning
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4
Notes for Book on Economic Planning
id66962
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Analysis of World Shipping
1920s and 1930s
id66963
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1
Biography and Reading Lists for International Economic Relations
id66964
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International Conferences and Organizations
id66965
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3
Notes and Outlines for Book on World Economics
id66966
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4
Free Ports and Open Trade Zones
id66967
7
5
Principles of Economics
id66968
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6
Statistical Analysis of World Shipping
1913-23
id66969
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Commercial Policy
1934-35
id66970
8
1
Organization and Administration of the Committee on Research Coordination
id66971
8
2
Memorandums on Foreign Trade
id66972
8
3
Reports to the Executive Committee on Commercial Policy
id66973
8
4
Newspaper Clippings on Trade Warfare
id66974
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5
Cotton and Wheat Import Bill
id66975
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6
United States Transportation, Communication and Trade Routes
id66976
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7
Detailed Historic Study of United States Trade- Statistics by Country
id66977
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Pi Gamma Mu Materials
1931-35
id66978
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Delta Epsilon Phi Materials
1930-34
id66979
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Research on post-World War I Trade
early 1920s
id66980
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Trade Encouragement
id66981
11
2
Research on Britain The Worlds Collier
id66982
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3
Donaldsons Resume and Graduate Thesis
id66983
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4
Research on Denmark for the War Trade Board
id66984
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National Trade Foreign Policy
late 1930s to early 1940s
id66985
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The White Plan- International Stabilization Fund
id66986
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National Policy in International Economic Relations
id66987
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Radio Addresses- Advice to the President on Economic Planning in Foreign Trade
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Copies of Donaldson's Published Articles
1932- 1944
id66989
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International Economics
late 1930s to mid 1940s
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Tentative Outline for Text in emph render italic World Economics
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Importance of International Shipping and Foreign Trade to the United States- Lecture Notes
id66992
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International Finance- Lecture Notes
id66993
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4
Foreign Investments in the United States
id66994
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5
United States Trade Commission and Foreign Trade
id66995
13
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Social, Cultural, Geographical, and Legal Causes that Affect Trade- Lecture Notes
id66996
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International Trade and Banking
1930s
id66997
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Trade Agreements Program
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Trade Agreement Program Map Detailing International Trade by Country
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3
Belgium Agreements- Tariffs
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4
International Banking
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Balance of Payments in International Trade
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Government Printing Office Pamphlets on the Tariff Problem in the Interwar Period


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John Donaldson was born in Charlotte, North Carolina on October 9, 1892. He received his Bachelors in Science from the University of Maryland in 1910 and his doctorate in political science from John Hopkins University in 1914. He served as an economist for the U.S. War Board, the U.S. Shipping Board, and the U.S. Department of State from 1918 to 1922. He served as a professor in political economy, international trade, and commerce at American University, Georgetown, George Washington University, and Columbian College from 1922-1947. From 1934-35 he served as Chairman of the Office of Special Advisors to the President on Foreign Trade. Donaldson was an active member of both Pi Kappa Phi and Delta Phi Epsilon, where he served as President of each organization on multiple occasions. Donaldson has published numerous articles and books on the subjects of international trade, economics, and commerce. He died on June 2, 1955 in his home in Avon Park, Florida.
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International trade.
Tariff.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Reparations
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