Preliminary Inventory of the Records of [the] United States and Mexican Claims Commissions (Record Group 76)
National Archives, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, 1962 - 51 páginas
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activities additional Agency number Agent allowed alphabetically by name amount claimed appointed Arranged alphabetically Arranged by docket Arranged chronologically attorneys awarded binder Board of Commissioners briefs cards claims of United clains containing convention copies Copies of letters correspondence decided decision Department depositions described in entry docket number documents established evidence filed following information given giving Government Included indicating individual Information Section injuries June letters received letters sent losses material meeting memoranda memorials Mexican Claims Commission Mexico minutes name of claimant National Archives notice docket number number of claim period person petition prepared presented printed procedure PROCEEDINGS records referred regarding relating rendered reports represented requesting Research and Information rules session showing signed Special Claims Commission statement submitted translations Typed Umpire United States citizens UNITED STATES CLAIMANTS UNITED STATES CLAIMS United States Secretary usually Veracruz volume
Página 3 - V. The said commissioners shall, by a report under their hands and seals, decide upon the justice of the said claims and the amount of compensation, if any, due from the Mexican Government in each case.
Página 30 - Government such agreement or agreements as may be necessary and appropriate for the further extension of the duration of the General Claims Commission provided for by the convention of September 8. 1923, and of the Special Claims Commission provided for by the convention of September 10, 1923. between the United States and Mexico in order to permit of the hearing, examination, and decision of all...
Página 10 - Britian, since the peace of 1815, had become encumbered with a multitude of pecuniary claims of the citizens of either country against the government of the other. Many of these were of a complicated character. As it was of course impossible to subject them to legal adjudication, they formed a constant source of disagreement, and often of unpleasant correspondence, between the two governments, usually with no other result than that each successive minister at...
Página 2 - Record Group 153, Records of the Office of the Judge Advocate General Army, National Archives.
Página 47 - The Mexican Revolution From the Publication of the Plan of San Luis Potosi October 6, 1910 to Madero's Entry Into Mexico City June 7, 1911, " "A Brief History of the Cedillo Brothers, " and "The Reyes Counter-Revolution from September 27, 1911, to December 25, 1911.