Committee on Cultural Relations with Latin America Collected Records
Held at: Swarthmore College Peace Collection [Contact Us]500 College Avenue, Swarthmore 19081-1399
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Committee on Cultural Relations with Latin America; headquartered in New York, New York; began in 1926 as an outgrowth of an informal experiment"The Seminar in Mexico" started by Hubert Herring, with the early and continued support of John Dewey, Henry Goddard Leach, Herbert Croly, Paul U. Kellogg, Stuart Chase, Florence E. Allen, and many others, who believed that a strong body of informed public opinion assured the only basis for equitable and peaceful inter-American relations; by means of annual Seminars, it provided cultural interchanges between Latin Americans and people of the United States.
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