W. S. On and . Robertson, Hispanic-American Relations with the United States, and Juan Manuel Espinosa, Inter-American Beginnings of U.S. Cultural Diplomacy, pp.1936-1948, 1923.

G. Ellery and H. , Robert Andrews Millikan from 1923 to 1932, and James T. Shotwell from, 1922.

. Ibid, This information would be " a) such statistics as may be available as to numbers , and if these are incomplete, the estimate of any well-informed person; and b) the extent to which such Latin American students receive financial aid from either European governments, universities or international organizations

. Ibid, I think also that it affords an opportunity for the Secretariat to make another effort with Latin American governments for the establishment of National Committees of Intellectual Cooperation

G. Zaldumbide and J. Luchaire, A.I.121, UA. Zaldumbide (1884?1965) was a writer and a diplomat. From 1923 to 1927, he was appointed at the Ecuadorian Legation in Paris. He was also member of the committee of experts in charge of the Ibero-American collection created by the IIIC. From, 1927.
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M. Grillo, Colombian writer and diplomat, was known for his Francophilia. He was the author, among other texts, of a paper titled Augusto Sandino, hero of Hispanic America, a statement against North American imperialism, 1868.

D. J. Sadlier, Americans All: Good Neighbor Cultural Diplomacy in World War II (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2012); and Frank Ninkovich, The Diplomacy of Ideas: US Foreign Policy and Cultural Relations, 1938.

M. Ozório-de-almeida, Report on Inter-American intellectual cooperation: Its beginnings, its evolution, its organization, speech delivered at the General Conference of the National Committees on Intellectual Cooperation, 1937.