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Jefferson Caffery Papers

Collection 45

Caffery, Jefferson (1886-1974).  Papers, 1902-1974

27 ft. 6 in., photographs and artifacts

Jefferson Caffery (1886-1974) was born in Lafayette, LA, the son of Charles Duval Caffery and Mary Catherine Parkerson. He married Gertrude McCarthy (1895-1973) in Rio de Janeiro 1937. There were no children.

Caffery was a member of the first class enrolled in Southwestern Industrial Institute (now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette) in 1902, and graduated from Tulane University in 1906. He read law with his father for three years and was admitted to the bar, but chose to pursue a career as a diplomat instead.

Caffery’s first posting, in 1911, was as second secretary of the American legation at Caracas, Venezuela. Subsequent assignments sent him to Sweden, Persia and France. Between 1920 and 1925 he served as second in command or acting chief of mission in Spain, Greece, and Japan. His assignment to Japan coincided with the great earthquake of 1923 and he oversaw the distribution of American aid to its victims, an example of his style of diplomacy which he defined as “getting things done”.

Caffery was promoted to minister to El Salvador in 1926, and served as chief of mission, often to various trouble spots, for 29 years, a record in the history of the U.S. diplomatic corps. He went on to serve in Colombia and Cuba before being sent to Brazil in 1937. There he worked on President Getulio Vargas to keep the country neutral during World War II and to allow U.S. planes to use the air corridor along Brazil’s coast to fly supplies to British forces in North Africa.

In 1944 Caffery was appointed ambassador to France, where government was being reestablished after the Nazi occupation. His task was to promote economic recovery and to prevent the Communist Party from gaining power. His language skills (he grew up speaking French in Lafayette, and learned Spanish and Portuguese during his Latin American assignments) and his pragmatic and aggressive diplomatic style worked well for him. At the end of his assignment in 1949, the French government awarded him the Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor.

Caffery’s final assignment was to Egypt, where the government and Great Britain were negotiating the terms of the British withdrawal from the Suez Canal zone. Remaining neutral, Caffery helped shape compromises that both sides could accept. In the midst of these negotiations, Col. Gamal Abdel Nasser seized power in Egypt, replacing King Farouk. Caffery’s principled actions during the transition impressed Nasser, who awarded Caffery the Cordon of the Republic in 1955. In spite of the cordial relationship between the two men, the U.S.’s refusal to supply arms to a country at war with Israel later soured relations between the two countries.

After his retirement in 1955, the Cafferys lived in Rome, where he acted as honorary private chamberlain to three popes. The couple moved to Lafayette in 1973, shortly before Mrs. Caffery’s death. The Ambassador died the following year.

For further information see Dictionary of American Biography; Dictionary of Louisiana Biography; Philip F. Dur, Jefferson Caffery of Louisiana: Ambassador of Revolutions (Lafayette: USL Libraries, 1982); obituary in New York Times, 15 April 1974.

Series:

Newspaper Clippings  
  Brazil, 1937-1944 Box 1 through Box 15
  France, 1944-1948 Box 16 through Box 18
  Egypt, 1948-1953 Box 19 through Box 33
     
Correspondence, appointment books, invitations, etc.  
  Early years; first assignments, 1902-1933 Box 34 through Box 37
  Cuba, 1933-1937 Box 38
  Brazil, 1937-1944 Box 39 through Box 50
  France, 1944-1949 Box 51 through Box 56
  Egypt, 1949-1953 Box 57 through Box 62
  Retirement: Rome Box 63 through Box 65
  Retirement: United States Box 66 through Box 72
     
Artifacts  

Inventory:

 
Box 34 Early Days and First Assignments (1902-1916)
     
34-01 College Days, 1902-1906: miscellaneous
34-02 English Tour, 1908: miscellaneous
34-03 Louisiana, 1909: miscellaneous
34-04 Entrance into Diplomatic Service, 1910-1911: correspondence
     
34-05 Caracas, 1911: miscellaneous
34-06 Caracas, 1911: miscellaneous
34-07 Caracas, 1912-1913: miscellaneous
     
34-08 Stockholm, 1913-1916: postcards and views
34-09 Stockholm, 1913-1916: miscellaneous
34-10 Stockholm, 1913-1916: miscellaneous
     
   
Box 35 Teheran - United States - Paris (1916-1919)
     
35-01 Teheran, 1916: miscellaneous
35-02 Return from Teheran, 1917: mostly postcards
     
35-03 Russian Mission to the United States, 1917: miscellaneous
35-04 Russian Mission to the United States, 1917
     
35-05 Paris, 1917-1919: miscellaneous
35-06 Paris, 1917-1919: miscellaneous
35-07 Paris, 1917-1919: miscellaneous
     
35-08 London. Inter-Allied Conference on Disabled Men, 1918
     
35-09 Paris, 1917-1919:  miscellaneous correspondence
35-10 Paris, Bastille Day, 1918: miscellaneous
35-11 Paris, Armistice Day, 1918: visit of President Wilson
     
   
Box 36 United States - Madrid - Athens (1919-1923
     
36-01 United States - Visit of Prince of Wales, 1919
     
36-02 Madrid, 1919-1922: newspaper clippings
36-03 Madrid, 1919-1922: Columbus
36-04 Madrid, 1919-1922: miscellaneous
36-05 Madrid, 1919-1922: postcards and views
     
36-06 Athens, 1922-1923: postcards
36-07 Athens, 1922-1923: documents
36-08 Athens, 1922-1923: newspaper clippings
     
   
Box 37 Tokyo - Berlin - San Salvador - Bogota (1923-1932)
     
37-01 Tokyo, 1923-1924: newspaper clippings
37-02 Tokyo, 1923-1924: newspaper clippings
37-03 Tokyo, 1923-1924: speeches
37-04 Tokyo, 1923-1924: postcards, views
37-05 Tokyo, 1923-1924: miscellaneous
     
37-06 Berlin, 1925: miscellaneous
     
37-07 San Salvador, 1925-1928: miscellaneous
     
37-08 Bogota, 1928-1930: correspondence
37-09 Bogota, 1928-1930: newspaper clippings
     
37-10 Envoy to San Salvador, 1931-1932: miscellaneous
   
   
Box 38 Havana (1932-1937)
     
38-01 Havana, 1933-1937: newspaper clippings
38-02 Havana, 1933-1937: correspondence
38-03 Havana, 1933-1937: speeches, etc.
38-04 Havana, 1933-1937: miscellaneous
     
38-05 Interim between Havana and Rio, 1937
   
   
Box 39 Rio de Janeiro (1937-1944): Wedding (November 20, 1937)
     
39-01 through 39-05
  Rio de Janeiro, 1937. Wedding Correspondence, Unsorted
    [Extracted from scrapbook of Gertrude McCarthy Caffery]
     
39-06 Chicago to Rio, Gertrude McCarthy, Miscellaneous
39-07 Rio, 1937: wedding news clippings
39-08 Rio, 1937-1938: first year of marriage, social mementos
39-09 Rio, 1937: wedding correspondence
     
   
Box 40 Rio de Janeiro (1937-1944):  Death of Charles D. Caffery (1943)
    Condolences: Cards, Letters, Telegrams, etc.; Unsorted
     
   
Box 41 Rio de Janeiro (1937-1944): Death of Mrs. Daniel McCarthy (1943)
    Condolences: Cards, Letters, Telegrams, etc.; Unsorted
     
   
Box 42 Rio de Janeiro (1937-1944): Social Invitations Received
    Representative of Ambassadorial Circle and American Colony; Unsorted
     
   
Box 43 Rio de Janeiro (1937-1944): Social Entertaining
     
43-01 through 43-04
  Dinners, etc. at Embassy - Unsorted
43-05 Guest Lists, etc. - Unsorted
  Correspondence:  Acceptances and Regrets
     
   
Box 44 Rio de Janeiro (1937-1944): Embassy Housekeeping
     
44-01 through 44-03
  Invoices, Vouchers, Provision Lists
44-04 Correspondence re: provisions, etc.
44-05 Ambassador's Residence (Rented)
     
44-06 New Embassy Construction, Rio de Janeiro, including plans
     
   
Box 45 Rio de Janeiro (1937-1944): Account Books, etc.
     
Engagement Books: 1939, 1940, 1941, 1943
Clothing Inventory (s.d.)
Household Expenditures: 1938-1941, 1942-1944
Guest Autograph Book: 1938-1945
Household Inventory: 1937-1941
     
   
Box 46 Rio de Janeiro (1937-1944): Ecclesiastics and Organizations (Correspondence, etc.)
     
46-01 Ecclesiastical Correspondence
    Religious Artifacts (medals, cards, etc.)
    Capelinha Mayrink
    Carnana, Geo.: Papal Nuncio, Havana
    Catholic Action Medal, St. Bonaventure College (1944)
    Catholic University, Honorary Degree (1944)
    Cicognani, Amleto: Apostolic Delegate to U.S.
     
46-02 Ecclesiastical Correspondence
    Drury, Mother Adele: the Cenacle, Rio
    Gannon, John Mark: Bishop of Erie, Pennsylvania
    Hyland, James A.: CSSp
46-03 Ecclesiastical Correspondence
    Jeanmard, Jules B.: Bishop of Lafayette
    Code, Rev. Joseph B.: Inter-American Institute
    Loyola University, New Orleans -- Degree Not Conferred
    Lema, Cardinal: Primate of Brazil
    Masella, Msgr. Benedetto: Nuncio to Rio
    National Catholic Schools of Social Service
    LeBuffe, Francis, SJ: Sodality BVM
    Notre Dame University. College of Law
    includes Bibliography of Brazilian Catholic Legal Authors
46-04 Ecclesiastical Correspondence
    Eucharistic Congress, Centenary of Petropolis (1943)
    Mary Francis, Mother: P.C. [Poor Clares]
    Rio de Janeiro, Archdiocese
    Rose Gertrude, Sister
    Rummel, Joseph F.: Archbishop of New Orleans
    Sheehy, Msgr.: Catholic University
    Society of Our Lady of Mercy, Rio
46-05 Ecclesiastical Correspondence
    Thorning, Rev. Joseph: Cultural Relations with Ibero-Ameria
    Verolino, Msgr.: Apostolic Nuncio, Lisbon
    Miscellaneous
46-06 Clubs and Organizations
    American-Brazilian Association, Incorporated
    American Chamber of Commerce for Brazil
    American Colony in Brazil
    American Society of Rio de Janeiro
46-07 Clubs and Organizations
    Associacao Comercial
    Associacao Brasileira Imprensa
    Automovel Club do Brazil
    Centro de Combatente Americano
    Clube dos Diretores et Redatores dos Jornais Cariocas
    Cruz Vermelha Brasileira (Comite U.S.A.)
46-08 Clubs and Organizations
    Federacao Atletica de Estudantes
    Govea Golf and Country Club
    Half-Way House
    Instituto Brasileiro de Cultura
    Instituto Brasil-Estados Unidos
    Instituto Historico Geografico Brasileiro
    Instituto Nacional do Mate Jackey Club
    Pan American Medical Association
    Peliclinica de Copacabana
    Paysandu Atletico Clube
    Rotary Clube do Rio de Janeiro
    Rotary Clube de Petropolis
46-09 Clubs and Organizations
    Royal Empire Society
    St. Andrew Society of Rio de Janeiro
    Sociedade Amigas de America
    Sociedade de Brasileiro de Urologia
    Sociedade de Geografia do Rio de Janeiro
    Sociedade Felippe d'Oliveira
    Society of American Women, Sao Paulo
    University Club de Rio de Janeiro
    Women's Club of Rio de Janeiro
     
   
Box 47 Rio de Janeiro (1937-1944): Correspondence A-K
     
47-01 Correspondence, "A"
    Abbot, John E.: Museum of Modern Art
    Acheson, Dean Gooderham: State Department
    Adams, General Claude M.: Military Attache, Rio
    Adams, Ware: State Department
    Alamilla, Guillermo: Lawyer, Havana
    Alcoforado, General Eduardo Guedes: Campo Grande, Mato Grosso
    Alexander, Brigidier General Clyde C.
    Alfero, Olmedo: Santiago, Chile
    Allen, D. H.: Rubber Development Corporation
    Amory, J. Forbes
    Aranha, Oswaldo
    Armour, Norman: Embassy, Buenos Aires
    Armsby, Camelia
    Athayde, Dr. H. de
    Austin, Warren R.: Senator
     
47-02 Correspondence, "B"
    Bandeira de Mello, Alfonso
    Barrel, Marques: Petropolis
    Barros, Jayme de: Ministry Foreign Affairs, Rio
    Barros Liberal, Antonio de: Rio
    Batista, Benito: Havana (includes 50,000 Confederate currency)
    Batista, Fulgencio
    Beattie, W. A.: National City Bank, New York
    Beauregard, A. T., Admiral
    Berenson, Lawrence: New York
    Bell, James F.: General Mills, Minneapolis
    Benicio da Silva, V., General: Rio
    Berle, Adolf A.: Assistant U. S. Secretary of State
    Bernoulli, Fernand: Swiss Legation, Rio
    Bittencount, Marjoy
    Black, P. J. Recife, Colonel
    Blair, Floyd C.: National City Bank, New York
    Bliss, Robert Woods: Washington D.C.
    Block, Maxine: editor, Current Biography
    Bloomingdale, Donald
    Bomfin, Baroneza de
    Bonsal, Philip W.: U.S. State Department
    Boucas, Valentim: Brazilian Ambassador to U.S.
    Bowers, Claude G.: U. S. Ambassador, Santiago, Chile
    Braddock, Daniel: Colonel, Porto Alecpo
    Brady, E. E., Captain: U. S. Navy Department, Washington
    Braga, Jane Gray: Time/Life, Rio
    Braunstein, H.: Ford Motors, Rio
    Briggs, Ellis O.: U. S. State Department, Division of American Republics
    Brito, Jayme de: Ministry Foreign Affairs, Rio
    Brock, H. G.: Guaranty Trust, New York
    Brooks, Overton: Louisiana congressman
    Brown, Alan: March of Time, New York
    Brudett, William C.: U. S. State Department
    Bustamente, Antonia S- de: Havana
    Butler, Norman: 107 Bomber Squad, Natal
     
47-03 Correspondence, "C"
    Callery, J. F.
    Calmon (?), Pedro: Tulane University [student]
    Carcano, Ramon J.: Ambassador Argentine Republic, Rio
    Cardoso, Mauricio, General: Ministry of War, Rio
    Casa Flora Filial: Rio
    Carlos Muniz, Joao: Ministry of External Relations, Rio
    Castello Bvanco: Senator
    Castillo Porkorny, Mrs. Demetrio (Lola): Havana
    Castile, W. R.: Washington
    Castlemen, Reginald S.: American Legation, Managua
    Castro Maya, Raymundo O. de: Rio
    Caulfield, J. J., Major: Zandery Field, Surinam
    Chalmero, Philip O.
    Chama, Jorge A.: Society Brasileira de Mineraco o.
    Chapin, Vinton: American Embassy Port-au-Prince
    Charles, Noel Hughes Havelock: British Ambassador, Rio
    Chateaubriand, Assis
    Chester, Edmund A.: Associated Press, N.Y. and CBS
    Chelio, R. M.: writer, New York
    Clarkson, Ann: U. S. State Department
    Cole, W. Sterling: House of Representatives, Washington
    Connally, Tom: Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington
    Constantine, Earl: President National Association Hosiery Manufactures, New York
    Coogan, James A.: United Press, Rio
    Cooke, Morris: Board of Economic Warfare, Washington
    Corrigan, Frank F.: American Embassy, Caracas
    Cudahy, John: Milwaukee
    Cummings, Walter J.: Continental Illinois National Bank, Chicago
    Curran, Thomas R.: United Press, Rio
     
47-04 Correspondence, "D"
    Daggett, Forrest: Rio
    Davila, Jose Maria: Mexican Embassy, Rio
    Davis, Monnett B.: U. S. State Department, Washington
    Davis, Nathaniel P.: U. S. State Department, Foreign Service Personnel
    Dawson, Allan: American Consul, Hamburg
    DeGraff, A. H.: Tea and Coffee Trade Journal, New York
    Desy, Jean: Ambassador of Canada, Rio
    Dieckman, Charles J.: New York
    Dodd, Harold: Commander United States Navy, Rio
    Dodson, Raymond L.: Andean National Corporation, Bogota
    Dodsworth, Dr. Henrique: Prefect Fed. District, Rio
    Donnelly, Walter J.: American Embassy, Havana; Charge d'Affaires, Rio
    Donovan, Mrs. William: Schooner Yankee
    Duce, James Terry: New York
    Duggan, Lawrence: U. S. State Department
    Duggan, Dorothy C.: Alexandria, Virginia
    Durlacher, A. James: Mene Grande Oil Col, Maracibo, Venezuela
    Dutra de Menezes: Department Imprensa, Rio
     
47-05 Correspondence, "E"
    Ehret, Mrs. Louis (Madeleine): Asheville, South Carolina
    Ellender, Allen J.: U. S. Senate, Washington
    Erhardt, John F.: U. S. Foreign Service Personnel, State Department
    Ernani Amaral Alzira: Rio
    Etchegoyen, Coronel Alcides Goncalves: Chief of Police, Rio
    Etelvino Lins, Dr.: Interventor, Estado de Pernambuco
    Ewen, Captain Edward CX.: U. S. Navy, Washington
     
47-06 Correspondence, "F"
    Fairbanks, Douglas, Jr.
    Farley, James A.
    Feis, Herbert: Washington. D.C.
    Field, Henry: Field Museum, Chicago
    Figueiredo, Carlos Maximiano de: Division de Ceremonial, Rio
    Fisher, James W.: Oscar Travis & Cia, Rio
    Fitzgerald, C. C., Major: Rio
    Flanagan, James W., Captain
    Foster, Carol H.: Ambassador Consul, Sao Paulo
    Foy, Amos: Chemical Bank and Trust, New York
    Fraga de Castra, Edgar: Rio
    Franca, Olyntho de, Major: Supt. de Seguranca Pol. Social
    Freitas Valle, Freitas de
    Friele, Berent: Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, New York
    Furay, James H.: United Press, Buenos Aires
     
47-07 Correspondence, "G"
    Galloway, Commander C. B.: Naval Operating Base, Rio
    Garcia, Frank: Rio
    Gaspar Dutra, Eurico: Ministry of War - Rio
    George, Jesse, Lieutenant Colonel: Air Transport Comm., Belem
    Geyerhahn, Walter: Livraria Kosmos, Rio
    Gibson, Hugh: Doubleday, Doran, New York
    Givens, Earl C.: General Electric S.A., Rio
    Gomes, Brigadeiro Eduardo: Recife
    Griggs, Northam L.: Secretary to Caffery
    Guinle, Guilhermo: Comp. Siderurgica Nacional, Rio
    Gutierrez, Cesar G.: Uruguayan Embassy, Rio
     
47-08 Correspondence, "H"
    Halsey, Edwin A., Colonel: Secretary of the U. S. Senate
    Harding, William
    Hargrave, Thomas J.: Eastman Kodak
    Harris, Basil: U. S. Treasury Department
    Harris, Herbert S.: Union Church, Rio
    Harrison, Randolph: U. S. State Department
    Hebard, R. W., Major: Engineer/Contractor
    Hebert, F. Edward: U. S. Congress
    Hecht, R. S.: Hibernia National Bank, New Orleans
    Hernandez Cata, Alfonso: Cuban Minister, Rio
    Herring, Hubert, Dr.: New York
    Hertford, General
    Hicko, Charles V.
    Hoeveler, John M : Philadelphia
    Hoper, Myron: Washington D. C.
    Hopkins, Harry L.: Assistant to U. S. President
    Hosna, James: Loyola University, Chicago; student
    Houry, George T.: Rio
    Hughes, R. K.: President Sao Paulo Grade School
    Hull, Cordell: U. S. State Department
    Hurok, Sam
    Hyman, Joseph C.: American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
     
47-09 Correspondence, "I"
    Ingram, Jonas H.: U. S. Navy, Vice Admiral
    Inselman, G.: American & Foreign Insurance Company, Vice President
     
47-10 Correspondence, "J"
    Janer, Tor: Rio
    Johnson, Courtland, Colonel: South Atlantic Wing, Natal
    Johnson, Dr. Theodore: Havana
    Jones, Chester Lloyd: American Political Science Assn.
    Jones, Eaule T.: Carlogena, Bolivia
     
47-11 Correspondence, "K"
    Kadow, ---    : Coordinator of International Affairs
    Kennedy, John A.: West Virginia Network
    Kennedy, Joseph P.: Palm Beach, Florida
    Kern, ---    : IT&T
    Kimmel, H. E.: U. S. Fleet
    Kipkin, Lincoln: American Ballet, Rio
    Kimpel, R. E.: Guaranty Trust, New York
    Kincaid, -----: Rio
    Knox, Sir Godfrey: British Ambassador, Rio
    Kleeman, Mrs. Arthur S.: New York
    Knox, Frank: Secretary of the U. S. Navy
    Kumlin, Ragnar: Minister of Sweden, Rio
       (re: Tobacco in Java)
     
   
Box 48 Rio de Janeiro (1937-1944):  Correspondence L-Z
   
48-01 Correspondence "L"
    Lafoon, Sidney K.:U. S. State Department
    Lancaster, William W.: Wall Street, New York
    Land, Emory S.: Vice Admiral, U.S. Maritime Commission
    Lee, Josh: Civil Aeronautics Board
    Lee, Robert C.: Moor-McCormac Lines
    Leprevost, Andre: French Cmte. for National Liberation
    Lewis, David: MGM do Brasil
    Lewis, James Hamilton
    Life Magazine: Rio
    Long, Breckenridge: U.S. State Department
    Lorival Fontes, Dr.: Brazil Consulate, New York
    Lorano, --- : Embassador Colombia, Rio
    Lutz, Bertha: Rio
    Luce, Mrs. Henry S. (Clare Booth)
    Lynch, Sir Henry: Rio
    Lysias Rodregues, Colonel: Ministry of Aeronautics, Rio
     
48-02 Correspondence, "M"
    Magalhaes, Mario: Editor, Correio da Noite
    Mahlois (?) Paul M.: Rio
    Macaulay, W. S.: Office of Chief Naval Operations, Washington
    Marburg, Theodore
    Marques doe Reis, Dr.: Banco do Brasil
    Marshall, George C., General: U. S. Secretary of War
    Marshall, Kim and Kaym: Rio
    Matthews, H. Freeman, "Doc": U. S. State Department
    McAshen, S. M.: Rubber Development Corporation
    McNeny, Frank L.: Greater Tex/Pan. American Affairs
    McCoy, Frank: President Foreign Policy Association
    McGurk, J. F: U. S. State Department
    McLaughlin, Wed. D.: American Consul, Para, Brazil
    Menge, Alvin: Petropolis
    Mello Franco, Ciao: Brazilian Embassy, Washington
    Mendonca Lima, Joao: Ministro da Viacao, Rio
    Merrill, John L.: All America Cables, New York
    Merritt, Mathew J.: U. S. House of Representatives
    Messersmith, George: Assistant U. S. Secretary of State
    Metzger, H. A.: Standard Oil, Le Paz, Bolivia
    Miguel, Jose: Rio
    Miller, James D.: United Press, Santiago de Chile
    Mitchell, Wesley C.: Academy of Political Science
    Moffat, Jay Peirrepont: U. S. State Department
    Momsen, Richard P.: Rio
    Mooney, James D.: Oyster Bay, New York
    Moore, A. V.: Moore-McCormac, New York
    Moore, J. B.: New York
    Morgan, Snell, Louis de: Rio
    Morris, Ira Nelson (Lily): New York
    Morris, J. H.: Standard Oil, Caripito, Venezuela
    Moses, Herbert: President, Assn.  Brazilian Impressa
    Moura, Decio de: Ministry Foreign Affairs, Rio
    Munia, Yvonne: Petropolis
    Mueller, T. F.: Newsweek, New York
    Mulleniz, J. C., Colonel: U.S. Army, South Atlantic, Hdq.
    Murphy, Robert D.: U. S. State Department
     
48-03 Correspondence, "N-O-P"
    Nabuco, Mauricio: Ministry Foreign Affairs, Rio
    Namm, Benjamin H.: New York
    Nattier, Frank E.: Off. Coordinator Inter-American Affairs
    Nery Fontes: Adalgisa
    Newman, Harry: Judge Magazine
    Nichols, J. C.: Investment Company, Kansas City, MO
    Norweb, R. Henry: Ambassador to Peru, Lisbon
    Nufer, Albert F.: Embassy, Havana
    O'Connor, W. M.: Philadelphia
    Olinto, Plinio: Rio
    O'Neill, James J.: Paris
    Odorica, Rafael: United Press, Buenos Aires
    Orleans Braganca Princess Pedro: Petropolis
    Overton, John H.: U. S. Senator
    Paris, Isabelle Comitesse de
    Parkerson, John T.: Press Wireless, Washington
    Parkerson, William: Victoria, Texas
    Patten, Mary E.: Washington
    Pearson, Drew
    Penwick, Daisy: New Orleans and Franklin, Louisiana
    Pepper, Claude: U. S. Senator
    Peterson, Major H. W.: Air Transport Comm., Rio
    Phillips, William
    Pierson, Harry H.: U. S. State Department
    Pinto, E.: Rio
    Pinheiro Machada, Dulphe: Rio
    Pinto, General Francisco Jose: Rio
    Porto Moitimho, A.: Inst. Ordem dos Economistas, Rio
    Prado, George
    Pratt, H. C., Major General: U. S. War Department
    Prettyman, Lady Karen: Rio
    Puig, Casaurano, J. M.: Rio
     
48-04 Correspondence, "Q-R"
    Queiroz Carneiro Mendonca, Anna Amelia: President, Casa Estudiante, Rio
    Rabaut, Louis C.: U. S. House of Representatives
    Readers Digest
    Reckitt, Julia Lady: Washington, D. C.
    Reily, Boatner: New Orleans
    Rend, C. J., Captain
    Reynolds, Robert R.: U. S. Senate Committee on Military Affairs
    Ribeiro, Sra Leonidio: Petropolis
    Rihl, George L.: Vice President, Pan-Am
    Robbins, E. H.: Pan-Am
    Rockefeller, Nelson
    Rodrigues Alves, Francisco: Conference on Foreign Ministers, Rio
    Rowe, L. S.: Pan American Union, Washington D.C.
    Roosevelt, Archibald B.
    Roosevelt, Mrs. Franklin D.
    Roosevelt, Kermit
    Roosevelt, Theodore
    Roosevelt, Edith
     
48-05 Correspondence, "S"
    Salles, Apollonis: Ministry of Agriculture, Rio
    Salles, Dr. Joaquim de: Rio
    Samper, Joaquim: Bogota
    Santos, Filho Francisco Alves dos: Brizilian Embassy, Washington
    Santos Munos, Pablo: Argentine Embassy, Rio
    Sardi,---   : Ambassador of Venezuela, Petropolis
    Sartorius, Herman U.: Reed & Carnick, Jersey City
    Satterfield, James L.
    Sayre, Francis B.: U. S. Assistant Secretary of State
    Schuller Tot Peursum: Embassy of Netherlands, Rio
    Scotten, R. M.: Rio, London, etc.
    Sehested, O. de: Minister of Denmark, Rio
    Seleke, Hans: Re:
    Sewall, Sumner: Governor of Maine
    Sewell, C. S.: Spice Mill Publishing, New York
    Saladrigas, Carlfos: Havana
    Shaw, G. Howland: U. S. Assistant Secretary of State
    Sheridan, Mrs. L. J.: Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
    Sibert, Edwin L., Colonel: U. S. War Department
    Silva, Francisco: New York
    Simmons, John F.: U. S. State Department
    Sims, Harold: American Vice Consul, Natal
    Smith, A. S.: Venezuelan Legation, Havana
    Souza E da C: Brazilian Consul, Chicago
    Souza Costa, Arthur: Minister of Finance, Rio
    Steward, Ernest A.: Havana
    Style, Madeline E.: Embassy, Rio
    Sung Young, Samuel: Hong Kong
    Sylvester, Lillian: Rio
    Symboliste, Andree: Noite (Journal)
     
48-06 Correspondence, "T-U-V"
    Tabernilla y Dolz: Ministry of National Defense, Havana
    Tabouis, Genevieve
    Taylor, Wayne: U. S. Under Secretary of Commerce
    Thompson, Scott: Comp. Cubana de Cemento Portland, Havana
    Thomson, Charles A.: Foreign Policy Association
    Tomlinson, Edward: Rio
    Toscanini, Arturo
    Tucher, Rev. H. C.: Rio
    Upmann, Maria Dolores de: Rio
    Valladares, Benedicto: Governor Minas Gerais
    Vallotton: Swiss Legation, Rio
    Verdeja Neyra: President Senate, Havana
    Vergara, Luiz: Secretary to President, Brazil
    Vargas, Getulio: President, Brazil
    Vett, Ove: Chicago
    Vianna, Sodre: Rio
    Viera de Mello: Minister of Marine, Rio
    Voorhies, P. J.: Lafayette, La.
     
48-07 Correspondence, "W-X-Y-Z"
    Walker, J.: American Consul, Para
    Wallace, Henry A.: U. S. Vice President
    Walmsey, Newbold (Walter N.): Division of Brazilian Affairs, Washington
    Walsh, R. L.: U.S. Army South Atlantic Forces
    Warner, Carlos J.: U. S. State Department
    Way, B. K.
    Weddell, Alexander: Ambassador, Buenos Aires
    Weidel, Gustaf: Swedish Embassy, Rio
    Welles, Orson
    Welles, Sumner: U. S. Under Secretary of State
    Wells, Linton: New York
    West, Paul: Time Magazine, New York
    White, Francis: Foreign Bondholders Protective Council, New York
    White, Ivan B.: U. S. State Department
    Whitehead, R., Lieutenant Commander: Rio; San Diego, California
    Wieland, W. A.: (Embassy), Rio
    Wiehe, Theo C.: Schenley Corporation
    Wigglesworth, Richard C.: U. S. Congress
    Wile, Frederic W.: Washington Star
    Willard, Belle
    Wilson, Edwin C.: Embassy, Uruguay
    Wilson, Orme: American Embassy, Buenos Aires
    Winant, John G.: American Ambassador, London
    Wolfe, Henry C.: New York
    Wooten, Paul: White House Correspondents
    Wooten, Ralph, Brigidier General
    Wynne, Cyril: U. S. Department of State
    Xanthaky, Theodore A.: American Embassy, Rio
     
   
Box 49 Rio de Janeiro (1937-1944): Miscellaneous
     
49-01 Vessels Visiting Port of Rio de Janeiro and Formalities
    Cadet Practice Cruise (Coast Guard Cutter "Bibb) 1938
    SS "Brazil" 1938
    SS "Delbrasil" 1940
    SS “Enterprise"; SS "Shaw" 1938
    "Flying Fortresses" 1939
    SS "Gripsholm" 1942
    SS "Memphis" 1944
    SS "Nashville" (General Marshall) 1939
    SS "Normandie" 1938
    SS "Rex" 1938
    SS "Robin Moor" 1941
    SS "San Franciso" 1938
     
49-02 Letters of Introduction - Received - (Unsorted)
     
49-03 Letters of Introduction - Issued - (Unsorted)
     
49-04 Visit to Sao Paulo, 1939
49-05 Visit to Minas Gerais, 1942
49-06 Visit to Bogota, Colombia, 1938
49-07 Visit of General Marshall, 1939
     
49-08 Rio Conference, 1943
     
49-09 Mountain Climbing, 1938, 1939
     
49-10 The Ambassador's Dog "Minstrel", 1938
     
49-11 Christmas Card Lists, etc. 1937-1944
     
49-12 Europe, 1939
     
49-13 Eleanor Roosevelt, 1944
     
49-14 Pan American Conference on Cartography
     
   
Box 50 Brazil
     
50-01 Speeches and Statements
     
50-02 German Propaganda Radio Bulletins
     
50-03 Newspaper clippings
     
50-04 Periodical articles
     
50-05 Miscellaneous
   
   
Box 51 Paris (1944-1949): Correspondence A-Z
     
51-01 Correspondence, "A"
    Accuil (?), Sandra
    Alaux, Jean-Paul: Ecoles d'Art Americaines, Paris
    Allex, Mme Jacques: American Aid Society of Paris
    Amaral, Tia do: Rio de Janeiro
    Anduze-Paris, G.: Cie. des Messagies Maritimes
    Argenlieu, l'Amiral G.: d'Hte Comm. Indo-China
    Arpels, Jacques: Van Cleef & Arpels, Paris
    Auriol, Vincent: President France
     
51-02 Correspondence, "B"
    Bandeira de Mello, Affonso: Rio de Janeiro
    Barber, Noel: Continental Daily Mail, Paris
    Barkley, Alben W.: U. S. Senate
    Bassano, Pauline de: Paris
    Beaumount, Edith de: Paris
    Beauvais, A.: Paris
    Berle, Adolph A.: New York
    Beuve-Mery, H.: Le Monde, Paris
    Bidault, Georges
    Bernoulle, Herniette: Swiss Legation, Rio
    Billy, Robert: Cte de, Paris
    Blanco, Juan Carlos: Ambassador of Uruguay, Paris
    Bliss, Robert Woods: Washington D.C.
    Bloomingdale, Rosalie
    Blum, Leon
    Bonsal, Philip W.: Paris
    Bouboulis, G. J.: Paris
    Brady, Lee: USIS, Paris
    Briggs, Ellis C.: American Embassy, Montevideo
    Brisson, Pierre: Figaro, Paris
    Broglie, Duc de: Paris
    Browne, A. S.: American Embassy, Rio
    Bruce, -----: Cmte. & Ctesse de, Paris
    Bur, Albert: Conseil General de Bas-Phin
    Burdett, Mrs. William: Macon, Georgia
    Byrne, James F.: Washington D.C.
     
51-03 Correspondence, "C"
    Caffery, Gertrude: Evansville, Indiana
    Carlos Barreto, Jouo: Rio
    Carroll, Loren: Newsweek, Paris
    Carter, Marshall: American Embassy, London
    Chalvron, Bernard, Cte.: French Embassy, Madrid
    Charrot, Mme.: Paris
    Chaulnes, Duchesse de: Paris
    Clifford, Sir Bede: Trinidad
    Clauzel, Marthe (?): Paris
    Compton, Arthur: Washington University
    Connally, Lucille: Washington D. C.
    Corrigan, Robert: American Embassy, Rio
    Couture, Armand, Reverend, SSE: St. Edmond Franco - American College
    Crompton, W. D.: Zurich
    Crequi-Montfort, Marquis de: France-Amerique
    Cunha, Marie Jose: Rio de Janeiro
    Cunha, Vasco de: Brazilian Embassy, Rome
    Cupere, de, M.: Paris
     
51-04 Correspondence, "D"
    Dawson, Warrington: Paris
    Delagneau, Chanoine: Archdiocese of Sens
    DeSaumarez, Lord: Suffolk, England
    Doughton III, Isaac: Paris
    Douglas, Sister Patrick: Curvelly (Oise)
    Douling, Walter C.: Advisory Council for Italy, Rome
    Drew, Gerald: UN Special Commission on Balkans
    Duce, James Terry: New York
    Dufour, Jean
    Dupré, Edith: SLI, Lafayette, Louisiana
    Dupraz, Jacques: Sec. d'Etat, Charge le la Marine, Paris
    Eaton, Charles Edward: American Embassy, Rio
    Ehrlick, W.: Brussels
     
51-05 Correspondence, "F-G"
    Ferry, H. Abel, Mme.: Comite' d'Aide a Saint-Die
    Festugiere, Pere: Paris
    Filles de la Charite: Paris
    Finletter, Thomas K.: Economic Coop. Adm., London
    Flouret, M.: Societe National des Chemins de Fer
    Garcia, Fran, M.: Rio
    Gable, Don M.: Record, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
    Gevelt, S. G.: UNESCO
    Gerver, Ludwig H.: USA-Eto
    Ghika, Princesse: Cannes
    "Gladston" (Easter McNamee): New York
    Gallery, J. Eugene, SJ: University of Scranton
    Gower, William L.: American Red Cross, Paris
    Grady, R. F., SJ: University of Scranton
    Guilheim, Santana: Rio de Janeiro
     
51-06 Correspondence, "H-I"
    Hall, Weeks: New Iberia, Louisiana
    Hamel, Bernard: Paris
    Harmer, Charles G.:  Paris
    Hevert, Elizabeth: Tauton, New Jersey
    Helbringer, Rene d': Paris
    Henriot, Marie: Paris
    Hickox, Charles
    Hill, Priscilla: Paris
    Holguin y Caro Alvoro: Colombian Consulate, London
    Humphreys, ---:  New York Herald Tribune
    Irish, Clair
    Isham, Heyward
     
51-07 Correspondence, "J-K-L"
    Jay, Dean: American Hospital, Paris
    Joffre, Mme J.: Paris
    Jones, Everett Legion: Gastonia, North Carolina
    Johnson, Emma (?) L.: Paris
    Johnson, Hartwell: American Embassy, Cairo
    Johnson, Henry Alan: Thomas Jefferson Memorial Fund
    Junot, Michel: Sour-Prefet, Paris
    Kelleher, M. R.: Marsh & McLennan, Boston
    Kelly, H. John: Paris
    Kennon, R. F., Lieutenant Colonel: U. S. Army
    Kleeman, Arthur S.: President, Colonial Trust, New York
    Knopf, Mrs. Alfred A.: New York
    Koenig, General: French Command at Baden-Baden
    Koren, William J.
    Kuh, Frederick: Chicago Sun-Times, London
    LaBoulaye, Andre de: Paris
    LaGrange, Baronne de: Paris
    Laguerre, Edward: Expatriate Petroleum Engineer
    Lake, Mrs. Richard P.: Genealogist
    Larco, Rafael: Trujillo, Peru
    La Tour du Pin, Mme.: Paris
    LeBourdais, Joseph: American Embassy, Paris
    Leet, Dorothy: Reid Hall (School), Paris
    LeJaux, M.: Bayeux
    LePrevost, Andre: French Embassy, Montevideo
    Lewis, Mrs. James Hamilton
    Littlejohn, Angus: Lieutenant USNR, Rio de Janeiro
    Long, Breckinridge: Louvel, Maryland
    Lopp, George Washington: Paris
    Louriere, Edward J., S/Sgt.: U. S. Army
    Luce, Clare Booth: Time/Life, New York
     
51-08 Correspondence, "M-N-O"
    Macarthur, D(ouglas?)
    Maleady, Thomas: American Embassy, Caracas
    Marochetti, Sigala (?): Paris
    Marshall, Mrs. George C.: Pinehurst, North Carolina
    Martelliere, E., Comite Rochambeau
    Matthews H. Freeman: U. S. State Department
    Mayer, Daniel: Ministere du Travail, Paris
    McClosky, John: War Relief Services, NCWC
    Mendl, Elsie Lady: Versailles
    McCormick, Robert: Chicago Tribune
    Mendonca Lima, Rozinha de: Petropolis, Brazil
    Merle, Cte de: "Ancien Attache Navale au Japan"
    Misoffe, Vice Admiral: Ministere de la Marine
    Mock, Jules: Ministere de l'Interieur
    Moore, L. E.: U.S. Lines, Paris
    Morawiecki, Gaston: Ministre Plan, en retraite
    Muelberger, Arthur P.: American Club, Paris
    Murphy, Robert De: American Ambassador, London
    Norman, Gerald: London Times, Paris
    Norweb, Henry: American Embassy, Lisbon
    Ogden, Carter H.: Ogden cie., Havana
    O'Rourke, Ann M.: Canal Zone
    Ormesson, M. de: Paris
     
51-09 Correspondence, "P-Q-R"
    Pagan, Marquis de: Fontainebleau
    Pajot, H.: Mirie, Fontainebleau
    Palewski, Gaston: Paris
    Palmer, Florence: Paris
    Parsons, Geoffrey: Paris
    Pasteja (?) Catherine de: Paris
    Patenotre, Mme Jacqueline: New York
    Petsche, Maurice: Ministere de Finance, Paris
    Pinto, Maria Jose: Rio de Janeiro
    Pleven, M.: Ministere de (?)
    Potts, R. P.: U. S. Air Corps, Miami
    Prindievelle, Ethel Herrick: New York
    Raffin, Chanoine L.: Ste Madeline, Paris
    Reagan, Daniel J.: Switzerland
    Recope, Mme la Ctesse: Paris
    Rolier, Camille: Chevaliers du Tastevin
    Roosevelt, Franklin D.: U. S. President
     
51-10 Correspondence, "S-T-U-V"
    Scheyven, Louis: Belgian Embassy, Rio
    Schumann, Maurice: France-U.S.A., Assemblee Nationale
    Scotten, R. M.: Embassy, Quito
    Sehested, Gertrude de: Copenhagen
    Stark, Admiral H. P.: U. S. Navy
    Stettinius, Edward: U. S. State Department, Under Secretary of State
    Stevens, R. N.: American Library of Paris
    Sulzberger, Arthur Hays: New York Times
    Tabouis, Mme Genevieve: Pour la Victoire, New York
    Tartiere, Mrs. Dorothy Lee: French underground
    Tewell, Harold and Helen: American Embassy, Rio
    Thibodeaux, Clare R.: Paris
    Thorning, Rev. Joseph F.: Rockville, Maryland
    Thornton, Gerald R.: Transworld Airlines
    Tobler, John H.: American Embassy, Brussels
    Truman, Harry: U. S. President
    Tully, Grace: F.D.R. Memorial Foundation
    Tyler, W. R.: American Embassy, Paris
    Tsien Tai, Mme.: Chinese Embassy, Paris
    Vandenbery, Mrs. Arthur: Grand Rapids, Michigan
    Vanier, Georges P.: Canadian Embassy, Paris
    Verlomme, Roger: Prefet de la Seine
    Vericourt, M.: Ce Matin-Le Pays
    Viel Castel, May de: Paris
    Villeneuve Bargemon, Ctesse de: Paris
     
51-11 Correspondence, "W-X-Y-Z"
    Wadrin, M. de: Paris
    Warburg, Paul: London
    Watson, Jon and Charlotte: Paris
    Webb, James E.: U. S. State Department
    Weeks, W. Roy: American Chamber of Commerce, Paris
    Weidel, Gustaf: Swedish Embassy, Lisbon
    Welles, Sumner: Oxon Hall, Maryland
    White, Ivan B.: Paris
    Wieland, William: American Embassy, Rio
    Wilkes, Charles Denby: American Legion, Paris
    Willard, Belle
    Williams, Val: Radar, Paris
    Wilson, Robert: British Embassy, Rio
    Wood, John R.: Paris
    Xanthaky, Ted: American Embassy, Rio; American Embassy, Lisbon
    Young, Samuel S.: Hong Kong
     
51-15 Unidentified Correspondence
     
   
Box 52 Paris (1944-1949): Miscellaneous
     
51-01 Appointment to Paris
     
51-02 Congressional and Other Visitors to Paris
     
51-03 Journal Articles (General)
     
51-04 News Clippings
     
51-05 Press Releases, News Bulletins, etc.
     
51-06 Religious Interests
     
   
Box 53 Paris (1944-1949): Appointment Books
     
  Ambassador's Appointment Books:
    12 volumes (Various formats)
     
  Mrs. Caffery's Appointments
    1 volume (diary format)
     
   
Box 54 Paris (1945-1947): Social Life   (Dinners, etc.)
     
54-01 Guest Lists, etc.
     
54-02 Guest Lists, etc.
     
54-03 Social Invitations Received
     
54-04 Miscellaneous
     
   
Box 55 Paris (1944-1949): Paris Peace Conference (1946)
     
55-01 Journal Articles
     
55-02 Press Releases
     
55-03 Conference Commissions, etc.
     
55-04 Conference Commissions, etc.
     
55-05 Commission for Bulgaria
     
55-06 Social Events
     
   
Box 56 Paris (1944-1949): Ambassadorial Duties
     
56-01 Speeches and Statements
     
56-02 Economic Aid (including Marshall Plan)
     
56-03 United Nations (Paris)
     
56-04 Berlin Visit (1945?)
     
56-05 Provincial Cities (including Tunis, Algeria)
     
56-06 Clubs and Organizations
     
56-07 Embassy Housekeeping
     
56-08 David Bruce, New Ambassador
   
   
Box 57 Cairo (1949-1954): Journal Articles
     
57-01 In Arabic (Transl. entrusted to U. of Kuwait)
     
57-02 In Arabic
     
57-03 In English
     
57-04 In French
     
57-05 "Press of Egypt...Report"
     
   
Box 58 Cairo (1949-1954): Correspondence
     
58-01 Correspondence, "A-B-C"
    Acheson, Dean
    Afifi, Hafez: Royal Cabinet
    Allez, _______: Paris
    Andique, Mlled.: Craon, France
    Amaral, Laio: Rio
    Auriol, Mme. Vincent: President, France
    Barcenas, R. de las: Spanish Embassy
    Barrett, Howard W.: U. S. State Department
    Blanchard, Simone: Paris
    Bloomingdale, Donald
    Buffalo
    Callendar, Harold: New York Times, Paris
    Carter, James R.: Attache, Istanbul
    Chipman, Norris Bowie: American Embassy, Paris
    Chipman, Fanny: Paris
    Corcoran, Thoman Gardiner: Washington D. C.
    Corregan, Robert: U. S. State Department
    Corcher, (?)   : London
     
58-02 Correspondence, "D-E-F"
    Damperes, Mme de: St. Jacques de Grasse
    Davidson, Clinton: New York
    Dennon, Leon: French Foreign Office
    DeWarier (?) Odelle: American Embassy, Paris
    Donnelly, Walter J.: American Embassy, Vienna
    Dubrushsy, Dave: Labor Leader
    Dufort, Chaleanbrand: France
    Dulles, John Foster: U. S. Senate
    Dulles, Janet: Istanbul
    Embassy Staff: Cairo
    Erstsime, George: British Troops in Egypt
    Fahmy, Ubdel Robim: American Embassy, Cairo
    Fakhry, Mahmoud: Egypt Embassy
    Fawzi Hosnshab (?): Cairo
    Flanaga, James W.: Houston
    Freymouth (?) S. H.: Cairo
    Frich, Don: Colgate University
    Fullerton, Hugh: American Hospital, Paris
    Fyzee, Sallana Asaf: Indian Ambassador to Cairo
     
58-03 Correspondence, "G-H-I-J-K"
    Gallery, J. Eugene, S. J.: President University of Scranton
    Garney (?) H. de: Paris
    Green, Ashton: Foreign Policy Association
    Geralding of Albania
    Guillaume, Baron de: Belgium Ambassador to France
    Harding, William K.: Mount Pleasant, Indiana
    Harrimon, (?)
    Harrison, Edith Ogdon: Hurton Mountain, Mices.
    Ho, Mrs. F. S.: Chinese Ambassador to Cairo
    Hoffman, Dolly: Paris
    Humphrey, May Churchill
    John, ____: American Embassy, Rio
    (?) Jamie, ------: American Embassy, Paris
    Kececi (?) Meleni: Turkish Embassy, Cairo
    Keogh, Eugene A.: U. S. House of Representatives
    Khan, Aga: Cairo
     
58-04 Correspondence, "L-M-N-O-P-Q-R"
    Lafeon, Sidney K.: Montevideo
    LaRodrefancauld Brsollia, Roldeert: Eure-et-Lois
    LePrevost, A.: Montevideo
    Lyon, Victor: Geneva
    Machennan, Noney: U. S. S., Cairo
    (?) Marjorie & Phil: Washington
    Morochetti, S.: Paris
    Martin, Helen: American School for Girls, Cairo
    Mathson, Gordon: U. S. State Department
    McCarthy, Frank: 20th Century Fox
    McGhee, George: U. S. State Department, Assistant Secretary of State
    Merriom, Gordon (?): Damariseotta, Maine
    (?) Margaret ----------: Princeton, New Jersey
    Meloger, H. A.: New York
    Morgan, Farror, Colonel: British Army, Aachen
    Marshall, George: Leesburg, Virginia
    (?) Mona & Mohamed
    Palmer, Florence: U. S. Embassy, Paris
    Pallerson, ------: American Embassy, Cairo
    Payne, C. Robert: American Embassy, Cairo
    Parma-Peymour (?): Paris
    Petsche, Simon M.: Paris
    Phillips, Wendell: inscribed article
    Prunas, Rosona: Italian Embassy, Cairo
    Ratif Talend (?): Royal Palace, Cairo
    Riley, Gladys: Paris
    Revers, de General: Cairo
    Robertson, General: British Embassy, Cairo
    Rose Gertrude, Sr.: St. Mary College N. D., Indiana
    Rummel, Archbishop: New Orleans
    Russell, Hugh: American Embassy, Paris
     
58-05 Correspondence, "S-T-U-V-W-X-Y-Z"
    Saljooze Hamarz: Afghan Embassy, Cairo
    Shirharn, Rooio: Paris
    Sheleed, Ismail: Cairo
    (?) Sanma (?): Cairo
    Simpson, Robert: Alexandria
    Sparks, Joseph: American Embassy, Cairo
    Spellman, Carl: New York
    Taft, Gertrude: Monullon, Massachusetts
    Taylor, Eunice: Cairo
    Thoruny, Joseph F., Jr.: Frederick, Maryland
    (?) Toosie, ------: Paris
    Triulzi, Eugene: Alexandria
    Trien 5 - Chinese Embassy: Paris
    Truman, Harry: U. S. President
    Urdaneta Arbelaez, Roberto: Bogota
    Vagel, Ginnie: Cairo
    Wanbourg, Paul: New York
    Weathersby, W. H.: Embassy
    Williams, John: Rio
    Willord, Bess: New York
    Wilson, Charles R.: Conference on American Foreign Policy
    Windsor, Duke and Duchess: New York
    Yallad (?)
    Zanthupy, Ted: Lisbon
     
   
Box 59 Cairo (1949-1954): Social and Religious Life
     
59-01 Dinners, etc. Given
     
59-02 Social Invitations Received
     
59-03 Clubs and Organizations
     
59-04 Religious Interests
     
   
Box 60 Cairo (1949-1954): Ambassadorial Duties
     
60-01 Embassy Accounts and Protocol
     
60-02 Distinguished Visitors
     
60-03 Distinguished Service Award, 1950
  25th Anniversary as Head of Mission, 1951
     
   
Box 61 Cairo (1949-1954): Appointment Books
     
61-01 Mrs. Caffery's Engagements
    1949-1951 (Looseleaf)
   
61-02 Ambassador's Appointments
    1949-1954
    6 vols. (Egyptian Period begins p. 65 of vol. 1)
     
   
Box 62 Cairo (1949-1954): Diplomatic Involvements
     
62-01 U. S. Cairo Conference, 1950
     
62-02 Abdication of King Farouk, 1952
    Includes "Les Memoires de Karim Tabet" reminiscences of the former press agent of King Farouk which appeared serially in LaBourse Egyptienne Cairo, 1956. This does not appear as a published work in the National Union Catalog in English, French or Arabic. (40 xeroxed leaves, incomplete?)
     
62-03 Suez Canal & the Sudan, 1952-1953
     
62-04 Travels and Egyptology
     
62-05 Maps (Asia) Africa (Nat'l Geo), 1950-1951
     
62-06 Speeches and Statements
   
   
Box 63 Retirement and Rome (1953-1970?)
     
63-01 Beginning Retirement, 1953-1956 (?)
     
63-02 Speaking Engagements, Post 1953
     
63-03 Social Engagements, Post 1953
     
63-04 Christmas Greetings, Post 1953
     
   
Box 64 Retirement and Rome (1953-1970?): Post Retirement Distinctions
     
64-01 Representative at Inauguration President Pakistan, 1956
     
64-02 Senate Hearing on Near East Policies, 1957
     
64-03 National Council of Catholic Men, 1955
     
64-04 National Catholic Education Association, 1956
     
64-05 Laetare Medal (Notre Dame University), 1954
     
64-06 Bellarmine Medal, 1955
     
64-07 Commencement Addresses (includes University of Scranton, 1949)
     
64-08 Tulane Connections
     
64-09 University of Southwestern Louisiana Connections
     
64-10 Foreign Service Cup, 1971
     
   
Box 65 Retirement and Rome (1953-1970?):  Ecclesiastical Interests
     
65-01 Popes (Pius XII, John XXIII, Paul VI)
     
65-02 European Cardinals and Archbishops
     
65-03 American Cardinals and Archbishops
     
   
Box 66 Retirement and Rome (1953-1970?): Ecclesiastical Interests
     
66-01 North American College (B O’Conner)
     
66-02 Vatican Ceremonies
     
66-03 Grand Order of Pius, 1960
     
66-04 Chamberlain of Cape and Sword, 1956?
     
66-05 Vatican Council II, 1962-1964
     
   
Box 67 Retirement and Rome (1953-1970?): Appointment Books, 1955-67
   
   
Box 68 Last Days and Death--Lafayette, La., 1970-1974
    [Much of the material to this folder conveyed to the Collection through the courtesy of the Archives, Diocese of Lafayette.]
     
68-01 Visits to Lafayette, 1955-1967
     
68-02 Mementos of the donation of artifacts to USL
     
68-03 1971 Inventory of books donated to USL Library
     
68-04 Last days and death 1970-1974
     
   
Box 69 Unpublished memoirs
     
69-01 "Adventures in Diplomacy" (Unpublished)
    Chapter 1: Overview
    Chapter 2: Venezuela
    Chapter 3: Sweden
    Chapter 4: Persia
    Chapter 5: Washington, DC 1917
    Chapter 6: Paris, 1917-1919
    Chapter 7: State Department, 1919
    Chapter 8: Spain, 1920-1922
    Chapter 9: Greece, 1922-1923
69-02 "Adventures in Diplomacy" (Unpublished)
    Chapter 10, Japan, 1923-1925
    Chapter 11: Germany, 1925-1926
    Chapter 12: El Salvador, 1926-1928
    Chapter 13: Colombia, 19128-1933
69-03 "Adventures in Diplomacy" (Unpublished)
    Chapter 14: Assistant Secretary of State, 1933
    Chapter 15: Cuba, 1933-1937
    Chapter 16: Brazil, 1937-1944
    Chapter 17: Vacation, 1938
    Chapter 18: Trip to Bogota, 1938
    addendum
69-04 Miscellaneous notes
     
69-05 Correspondence with publishers
     
   
Box 70 Personal and family matters
   
70-01 Biographical material for publication
   
70-02 Caffery family genealogy
   
70-03 Papers dating back to Caffery's father's time
   
70-04 Caffery family correspondence
   
70-05 McCarthy (Mrs. Jeffery Caffery) correspondence
   
70-06 McCarthy family miscellaneous
   
70-07 McCarthy family cablegrams
   
70-08 McCarthy family news clippings
   
 
Box 71 Miscellaneous
   
71-01 Postcards, views, etc. (Uninscribed)
   
71-02 Identity cards, cards of admission, etc., calling cards (Unsorted)
   
71-03 Recipes and curiosa
   
71-04 Unpublished manuscript by Paul Deutschman entitled Mission Extraordinary (History of diplomatic relations with France)
71-05 Idem, parts II, III
   
 
Box 72 Various pamphlets, brochures, mainly 1945-49