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Correspondence and telegrams received and sent by American diplomats, as well as records of American citizens and companies with relations to Liberia, 1918-1935.
Includes documents on a variety of topics relating to economic and commercial affairs. Documentation covers the export of agricultural produce, such as coffee, palm oil, vegetable fibers, peat, and peat moss. Also included are details on quarantine restrictions from various U.S. agencies, such as the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Commerce; as well as records of advertising media in Africa, such as newspapers and trade publications in French and Portuguese. The archive also contains correspondences with the U.S. Department of Commerce from American companies exporting to Liberia; and details on the International Exposition of American Import Trade, held in August 1930; among various other papers of interest to historians of world trade and west Africa.
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