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  • Unknown author (1933-10)
    The coffee market is reported to be very flat, with holders refusing offers due to prices considered low, but tending to go be very flat, with holders refusing offers due to prices considered low, but tending to still ...
  • Unknown author (1934-03)
    The inquiry into the affairs of the São Paulo Coffee Institute which was inaugurated after the removal of General Waldomiro has been terminated by General Daltro, who affirms that it has been carried out “with exclusive ...
  • Ukers, William H. (1934-09)
    Americans are beginning to understand something of the vastness of Brazil . If all Brazil’s twenty-one states were fitted into the United States there would be enough left over for a state larger than Texas. In area it is ...
  • Unknown author (1935-09)
    The economic activities of the State of São Paulo are reviewed by Critica (Buenos Aires), along with numerous items on culture, history, and general development, in a special number intended for sale on the streets of São ...
  • Unknown author (1933-11)
    A letter in the New York Times, November 2, from a writer signing himself as Director of the Brazil Information Service, New York City, states that news of impending revolutionary activities in São Paulo and Rio Grande do ...
  • Unknown author (1933-05)
    As soon as the announcement concerning Brazil’s latest coffee bonus in kind reached this country there arose a wave of protest from coffee roasters and distributers all over the United States. Chairman Hebert Delafield of ...
  • Unknown author (1933-09)
    São Paulo, August 19, 1933. – Major Juarez Tavora, eminent revolutionary and Minister for Agriculture at Rio, has again brought forward his proposal that all services connect with coffee, reference, and propaganda should ...
  • Unknown author (1934-09)
    Dr. Oswaldo Aranha, the newly appointed Ambassador of Brazil to the United States, arrived in New York on the Rex, from Italy, on September 13 th . In the Brazilian Committee of the Pan American Society at the Waldorf-Astroia. ...
  • Unknown author (1934-03)
    Rio de Janeiro, Feb. 2, 1934. – Following the audit of Brazil’s retained stocks of coffee by the Brazilian Institute of Accountancy and the English chartered accountants, Mac Auliffe, Davis, Bell &Co., the National Department ...
  • Dalton, Jack (1934-09)
    When the editor told me to slip into his suit-case and go along as reporter for the doings of the group of coffee men invited to visit Brazil as guests of the National Coffee Department, I was delighted to accept the ...

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