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•China & Japan
•Congressional Hearings, 1924, 1928
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•Fairfield Bill, 1923
•Correspondence 1906-1913 Forbes
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•Forbes Mss. 1921
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•Quezon General Correspondence March 1912-11 July 1913
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•Status or Independence of Philippine Islands
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