James Deitrick papers, 1900-1918.


James Deitrick papers, 1900-1918.

Correspondence, legal and financial papers, extracts, notes, lists, printed material, and maps. Subjects include business speculation and development in Russia, China, Nicaragua, Mexico, and the United States; construction of railroads, development of mining and agricultural lands and resources, sale of farm equipment, and war material. A few items touch on political affairs. Correspondents include Sun Yat-sen, H. C. Stuart, and Herbert Hoover.

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