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Harry A. Franck Archives
Harry A. Franck • 58 Items / 24 Books, 33 Articles, 1 Review
The Pan American Highway (1940)
From the Rio Grande to the Canal Zone
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    America South (Review)
    The Pan American Highway, by Harry A. Franck and Herbert C. Lanks
    1. The Pan American Highway by Harry A. Franck and Herbert C. Lanks
    The Saturday Review, October 5, 1940, p. 17
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    Briefly Noted (7 Reviews)
    General
    1. Democracy and the Third Term by Fred Rodell
    2. We Present Television by John Porterfield and Kay Reynolds
    3. Extra-Sensory Perception After Sixty Years by J. Gaither Pratt, Joseph Banks Rhine, and Burke M. Smith, ...
    4. Challenging Years by Harriot Stanton Blatch and Alma Lutz
    5. Up for Air by Frank Meier
    6. Modern Arctic Exploration by Gunnar Seidenfaden
    7. The Pan American Highway by Harry A. Franck and Herbert C. Lanks
    The New Yorker, June 22, 1940, pp. 58-59
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    Recent Books on International Relations (13 Reviews)
    Latin America
    1. Total Defense by Clark Foreman and Joan Raushenbush
    2. Concerning Latin American Culture
    3. As Our Neighbors See Us by T.H. Reynolds
    4. The Caribbean Danger Zone by J. Fred Rippy
    5. The Caribbean by W. Adolphe Roberts
    6. The Pan American Highway by Harry A. Franck and Herbert C. Lanks
    7. Expropriation in Mexico: The Facts and the Law by Roscoe B. Gaither
    8. Inflation and Revolution by Edwin W. Kemmerer
    9. The Mexican Earth by Todd Downing
    10. Guatemala, Ancient and Modern by Joaquin Munoz and Anna Bell Ward
    11. The Pocket Guide to the West Indies by Algernon E. Aspinall
    12. Haiti and the United States, 1714-1938 by Ludwell Lee Montague
    13. The East Coast of South America by Sydney Clark
    Foreign Affairs, January 1941, pp. 475-476