The chief unpublished primary sources consulted for this study were the records of the Department of State for the years i906 to 1939, the records of the Bureau of Insular Affairs for the years 1899 to 1939, both in the National Archives, Washington, D.C., and the Papers of Bishop Charles H. Brent in the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress. The State Department material covers primarily American participation in interna-tional conferences on narcotics, the collaboration between the United States and the League on the problem, and correspondence with individual nations relative to the illicit traffic and the drug problem as a whole. A wide range of records was consulted, including especially index file 774 and decimal files 5oo.C1197, 5oo.C3, 5i1.4A1, 511.4.Az, 5 if.4.AzA, 511.4A5, 511 4A6, 511.4A6A, 51i.4Q1, 511.4R1, 511.4Ti, 800.114, 867.114, 891.114, and 893.114. Much of the conference material through the year 1914 is dupli-cated in Record Group 43, Entries 33 through 51, in the National Archives. The records of the Bureau of Insular Affairs constitute the best source on the opium situation in the Philippines.
The Brent Papers are valuable not only for showing the substantial in-fluence of Bishop Brent on the antidrug campaign but also for revealing the story behind the governmental correspondence and the official records of the international conferences. Other papers in the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress which deal almost exclusively with the narcotics question are those of Ellen N. La Motte and Richmond Pearson Hobson. The former's consist mainly of the mimeographed minutes of the League of Nations Opium Advisory Committee. The latter's, which were of little value for this study, deal with the activities of the International Narcotic Education Association, the World Narcotic Defense Association, and the World Conference on Narcotic Education, all private organizations founded and headed by Hobson for the purpose of conducting an education and propaganda campaign again.st the misuse of drugs. Additional papers consulted but yielding little of value for this study were those of John Hay, Theodore Roosevelt, Elihu Root, William H. Taft, Philander C. Knox, Leonard Wood, and Admiral Mark Bristol.
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