Frank Tannenbaum papers, 1915-1969
Director of University Seminars, professor of Latin American history at Columbia University.
Scope and Contents
Correspondence, manuscripts, subject files, and photographs of Tannenbaum, including typewritten lists of property records
in the various states of Mexico, ca. 1926; and clippings relating to Mexico. Some of these materials were used in the preparation
of his book THE MEXICAN AGRARIAN REVOLUTION. Also, personal letters and files relating to the Farm Security Program, and specifically
the Bankhead Bill and the Farm Tenant Bill, 1937, 1934-1937.