United States. Department of State. CORRESPONDENCE OF SECRETARY OF STATE BRYAN WITH PRESIDENT WILSON, 1913-1915.
Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Service, 1953
National Archives microfilm publications. Microcopy no. T 841; v. National Archives record group 59.
This collection includes letters from President Wilson to Secretary of State William J. Bryan and copies and/or drafts of letters from the secretary to the president. Occasionally, material from other sources surfaces: notes from foreign embassies, reports from American diplomats abroad, and letters from lobbyists. The largest part of the correspondence concerns Latin American affairs, especially the Mexican Civil War and the involvement of the United States in the internal affairs of the Central American states. There is some material dealing with the problems arising from the outbreak of the First World War: the question of neutral shipping, submarine warfare, British blockade of continental Europe, and attempts of the United States and other neutral countries at mediation. Starting with the third reel, an increasing proportion of the correspondence deals with the relations in the United States-China-Japan triangle.
National Archives Microfilm Publications, p. 92, gives the inclusive dates covered on each reel.
United States. National Archives and Records Service. Catalog of national archives microfilm publications.