The International Bureau of American Republics (or American Republics Bureau) was created by the first International American Conference in 1889-1890. This international organization was "supported by contributions of the 21 Republics in this hemisphere" and governed under the supervision of the Secretary of State of the United States. In 1910, the Bureau was renamed the Pan American Union. Although the Bureau or Union were not official U. S. federal government bodies, the annual report series was published in the Congressional Serial Set from its beginning in 1891. (Checklist 299-300)
|Date||Congress||Session||Type||Volume||Number||Serial Set Volume|
|1897||55th||2nd||S.doc.||12||178 pt.1||3601 pt.|
|1899||56th||1st||H.doc.||74||175 pt.1||3971 pt.|
|1900||56th||2nd||H.doc.||75||181 pt.1||4149 pt.|
|1904||58th||3rd||H.doc.||65||145 pt.1||4844 pt.|
|1906||59th||1st||H.doc.||89||406 pt.11||5029 pt.*|
|1907||60th||1st||H.doc.||89||603 pt.5||5358 pt.*|
|1908||Not included in Congressional documents|
*Published as part of Monthly Bulletins series.
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