Confidential U.S. State Department Central Files:
Cuba Internal and Foreign Affairs 1950-1954

A Guide to the Microfilm Edition

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 75, Jan. 10, 1950 (Labor Notes on Havana: December 31, 1949--January 10, 1950)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 124, Jan. 17, 1950 (Exiles of Latin American countries in Havana Reportedly Organizing Conference in Favor of Democratic Governments; Buenaventura Sanchez; Angel Miolan; Fernando de Leon de Vivero; Pedro Muñiz; Luis B. Prieto; Luis Manuel Peñalver)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 43, January 24, 1950 (William D. Pawley; Havana Transportation System)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 160, Jan. 25, 1950 (Ex-Cuban Army Chief of Staff Genovevo Perez Damera denies he is conspiring against the Cuban government; Ruperto Cabrera)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 170, Jan. 26, 1950 (Cuban Labor Developments During the Fourth Quarter of 1949; CTC; Compañía Cubana de Aviacion employees strike action in mid-October, employees accept a 12.6% cut in earnings to be restored in a year; Eusebio Mujal; Confederacion General de Trabajadores (CGT)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 212, Jan. 31, 1950 (Labor Notes on Havana, Jan. 11-30, 1950; Sugar workers; retirement funds; Orange Crush Workers; Ray H. Crane)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 211, Feb. 1, 1950 (Republican Party Withdraws From Government Alliance. Resignation of Republican Cabinet Officers. Political Situation. Guillermo Alonso Pujol; Carlos Prio; Ramon Corona; Antonio Prio Socarras; Antonio Illas Cura; Guillermo Alonso Bermudez; Manuel Antonio de Varona; Fulgencio Batista; Panchin Batista; Anibal Escalante; Eddie Chibas; Manuel Bisbe; Machiavellian mentalities of both Grau and Alonso Pujol; Nicolas Castellanos)

Discurso Radiado por el Presidente Carlos Prio Socarras, Feb. 3, 1950

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 268, Feb. 7, 1950 (New Cabinet Appointed February 3. President Prio Announces New Phase of Government -- Foreign Policy Unchanged. Editorial Comment Favorable)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 271, Feb. 7, 1950 (Resolutions of Seventh National Congress of Air Transport Workers)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 328, Feb. 13, 1950 (Reorganization of Havana Transportation System; William D. Pawley; Autobuses Modernos; Havana Electric Railway)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 368, Feb. 16, 1950 (Labor Notes on Habana February 1-15, 1950; Raul Pi Muñoz; Alfredo Flores; Raul Ramirez O'Bourke; Jose Morell Romero; Raul Trelles de Portillo; Armando de Leon Sotolongo; Air Transport Workers Syndicate of Guantanamo; Compañía Cubana de Aviacion; Felix V. Palu)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 444, Feb. 28, 1950 (Annual Labor Report)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 519, March 8, 1950 (Celebration of George Washington's Birthday in Cuba; Asociacion Nacional de los Emigrados Revolucionarios; Dr. Jose L. Garcia Baylleres; Dr. Oscar de la Vega)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 543, March 9, 1950 (Proposed Havana Bus Line; Havana Electric Railway; Omnibus Modernos; Omnibus Aliados)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 551, March 11, 1950 (Labor Notes on Havana, Feb. 16-28, 1950; Ward Line docks; Gilberto Goliath; Fourth National Congress of Tobacco Workers; Fifth National Congress of Textile Workers; Jose Morell Romero; Eusebio Mujal; Pascasio Linera Lopez; Rolando O'Farrill Cotanda; Jose Lemus Calderi; Quirico Migoya Naranjo)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 649, March 23, 1950 (President Prio Announces Army Chief Ruperto Cabrera and Police Chief Quirino Uria Enjoy his Confidence and Support; Orlando Puente)
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U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 677, March 24, 1950 (Cuban Invitation for Representatives of the United States Armed Forces to Participate in the Celebration of the First Centennial of the Cuban Flag; Narciso Lopez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 802, April 5, 1950 (Civil Aviation Developments; Aerovias Q owners; Compañía Cubana de Aviacion stockholders; Expreso Aereo; Cuba Aeropostal; Servicios Aereos)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 763, April 10, 1950 (Attitude of Dr. Herminio Portell Vila toward the U.S.A.; Dr. John Hamilton)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 869, April 17, 1950 (Living and Office-Operating Costs in Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 874, April 17, 1950 (El Tiempo Scheduled to Begin Publishing on May 2; Rolando Masferrer; Lucilo de la Peña; Carlos Prio)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 882, April 18, 1950 (Tragic Airplane Accident in Cuba; Two Congressmen Among Victims; Carlos Alvarez Recio; Enrique Collot Perez; Mario Fernandez Martinez; Rufo Hernandez Lopez; Felipe Mardones Vivianco; Pablo Heriberto Angarica; Compañía Aerovías del Sur de Cuba; Homero Quevedo; Jose A. Carballo; Manuel Ramirez Sibello; Carlos Prio)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 885, April 18, 1950 (Cuban Labor Developments During First Quarter 1950; Pan American Airways employees received an increase of 6.3% in wages; Cost of Living; Employment and Unemployment; Labor Relations; Emilio Suri Castillo; CTC; National Federation of Telephone Workers; Vicente Rubiera; CGT; Angel Cofiño; Prio's request that all anti-Communist labor leaders should unite in their efforts to erradicate Communism from the Cuban labor movement; Seventh National Congress of the CTC; Jose Morell Romero; Edgardo Buttari)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 993, May 2, 1950 (Inauguration of Prevocational School of Bauta; Aureliano Sanchez Arango)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1049, May 9, 1950 (Operation of Cuban Broadcasting and Television Stations; Jose J. Sentmanat; Antonio Prio; Guillermo Morales; Luis Machado; Eduard Hector Alonso; Ramon Bonachea; Luis Meneses; M. D. Autran; Antonio de los Santos)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1118, May 17, 1950 (Air Transport Workers Protest Transfer of Personnel)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1138, May 18, 1950 (Communist Sponsored Labor Meeting Broken Up By Police; Raul Ramos; National Federation of Tobacco Workers)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1139, May 18, 1950 (Transfer of Havana Electric Railways; Autobuses Modernos; William D. Pawley; Miami Transit Company)

President Harry Truman Telegram to President Carlos Prio Socarras, May 20, 1950

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1169, May 22, 1950 (Summary of Current Economic Information--Cuba; Population; Form of Government; Agriculture; Industries; Transportation; Airports; Cubana de Aviacion; Communication Facilities; Finance; Foreign Trade)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1210, May 25, 1950 (Death of Miguel A. de Leon y Fuentes; Jose Andreu; Simeon Ferro Martinez; Angel Fernandez Valera)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1246, May 31, 1950 (President Prio Gives Pre-Election Speech, May 30, 1950)

Department of State Memorandum of Telephone Conversation, June 14, 1950 (Visit of Vice President Pujol and Party in Miami; widow of Senator Aleman made large bank deposit)

U.S. Embassy London, Despatch 2958, June 19, 1950 (Arrangement Made By Ex-Ambassador William Pawley To Acquire British-Made Buses For Use in Cuba; Autobuses Modernos)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1390, June 20, 1950 (Cuban Court Declares Decree Granting Wage Increases to Bank Workers Unconstitutional)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 36, July 7, 1950 (Fourth of July Activities in Cuba; Carlos Prio Socarras; Harold S. Tewell; Emeterio Santovenia)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 83, July 13, 1950 (June 1 Elections Results in the Province of Habana)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 117, July 18, 1950 (Clandestine High Frequency Radio Broadcasting Station; La Voz de la Resistencia; Venezuela)

Department of State Memorandum, July 20, 1950 (Request of Cuban Government for U.S. Assistance in Defense Arrangements for Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 132, July 20, 1950 (Formation of New Cuban Air Line; Irwin Schwartz; Intercontinental Airways of Cuba; Jewish refugees from Bahgdad, Irak to Israel via Cypress)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 148, July 21, 1950 (William C. Pawley's Company Replaces Trolleys With Buses on One Route July 21: Carlos Prio; Sergio Clark)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 193, July 26, 1950 (Labor Developments in Cuba--Second Quarter 1950; CTC; Vicente Rubiera; Labor relations; Airlines suffered strike threats and had a short protest movement; CTC; Eusebio Mujal; Emilio Suri Castillo; Pablo E. Balbueno Carbonell; Marco A. Hirigoyen; Emilio Suri Castillo; Accion Revolucionaria Guiteras; CGT; Vicente Rubiera; Angel Cofiño; Lauro Blanco; Jose Morell Romero)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 200, July 27, 1950 (President's Brother, Antonio Prio Socarras, calls for outlawing of Communist Party and banning of newspaper Hoy. President Prio to address nation on July 27)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 251, Aug. 2, 1950 (Second and Third United Press Reports on Communist in Cuba. Francis L. McCarthy; Blas Roca; Juan Marinello; Lazaro Peña; Anibal Escalante; Fabio (or Abraham) Siukovitch Grobart; Luis Ortega Suarez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 264, Aug. 3, 1950 (Labor Notes-Habana-July 1950; Port Workers strike; Gilberto Goliat; Railroad Workers; Motion Picture Theater Workers)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 356, Aug. 14, 1950 (Treasury Minister Bosch likely to be named president of Bacardi Company; Jose B. Bosch; Henri (Enrique) Schueg y Chassin; Bacardi)

Department of State Memorandum, Aug. 17, 1950 (Reduction in Advertising in Cuban Communist Newspaper Hoy)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 385, Aug. 17, 1950 (Hoy denounces "Plot of Embassy and Sears" to strangle it economically)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 400, Aug. 18, 1950 (Cuban Labor Unions Move to Expel Communists; Ada Pereyra)

Department of State Memorandum, Eugene Desvernine to Thomas C. Mann, Aug. 21, 1950 (Possibility of Agreement Between the United States and Cuba Regarding Military Service; Luis Machado; Edward G. Miller, Jr.; Louis A. Sabatino)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 195, Aug. 23, 1950 (Speculation Surrounding Secret Visit of President Carlos Prio Socarras; Guatemala; Juan Jose Arevalo; Carlos Paz Tejada; Jacobo Arbenz; Carlos Aldana Sandoval; Caribbean Legion; Rolando Masferrer; Ruben de Leon; Ruperto Cabrera)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 466, Aug. 25, 1950 (Recent Television Developments in Cuba; Jose Antonio Mestre; Benjamin Menendez; Alvaro Menendez; M. D. Autran; Luis Meneses; Manolo Fernandez; Amado Trinidad)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 455, Aug. 28, 1950 (Cuban Government Intervenes Communist Newspaper Hoy; Manuel A. de Varona: Antonio Otero Dalmau; Carlos Prio; Eusebio Mujal; Emilio Suri Castillo; Quirino Uria; Anibal Escalante; America Deportiva; Rafael AvilaGonzalez; Jose Pardo Llada; Ramon Vasconcelos; Lazaro Peña; Mil Diez; Jose Morell Romero; CTC)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 462, Aug. 28, 1950 (Article by Juan Bosch entitled "The Useless Sowing of Hate Against Stalin")

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 506, Sept. 1, 1950 (William Pawley Reportedly Planning to Buy Camaguey Street Car System and Install Buses)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 533, Sept. 7, 1950 (Juan Bosch in Bohemia Article Attacks American Dictators)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 555, Sept. 8, 1950 (Composition of New Cuban Congress)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 569, Sept. 12, 1950 (Cuba Has New English-Language Newspaper, The Havana Herald; Amadeo H. Barletta, Jr.; Ruth C. McCarthy; Luis Botifoll)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 579, Sept. 12, 1950 (Labor Notes--Havana, Aug. 1 to Sept. 10, 1950; Fourth Congress of Electrical Workers; Angel Cofiño; Jose Morell Romero; CTC; Eusebio Mujal; Latin American Federation of Workers (CATL); World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU); Rubber Workers; Retirement Funds; Seventh National Council Meeting of the National Federation of Medical Workers; Demand that the government outlaw the Communist Party and return Hoy to the workers; Textile workers; Crucellas y Cia.; Sabates; Bank Workers)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 593, Sept. 13, 1950 (Rumors of Cabinet Changes. Prio-Grau Rapprochement; Ramon Vasconcelos; Manuel Antonio de Varona; Oscar Gans; Orlando Puente; Carlos Hevia; Eusebio Mujal; Emilio Suri Castillo; Codina Subirats; Jose R. Andreu; Sergio I. Clark; Virgilio Perez; Tejeda Setien; Sergio Mejias; Ruben de Leon; Segundo Curti; Ernesto Dihigo; Inocente Alvarez; Guy Perez Cisneros; Raul Ruiz; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Antonio Fuentes Rodriguez; Luis Felipe Perez Espinos; Tebelio Rodriguez del Haya; Jose Maria Bosch; Aquiles Capablanca; Emilio Suri Castillo; Carlos Ramirez Corria; Hoy; Jose Diaz Garrido; Juan Juarbe Juarbe; Jose Morell Romero; Nicolas Castellanos; Guillermo Alonso Pujol; Humberto Becerra; Francisco Grau Alsina; Jose Ramon San Martin)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 750, Oct. 2, 1950 (Ambassador Justo Carrillo Hernandez, head of the Directorate of Economic Affairs; abusive Spanish taxes against Compañía Cubana de Aviacion passengers; Professor Alfonso Rochaca; Torquay Conference)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 790, Oct. 6, 1950 (Permanent Committees of the Cuban House of Representatives; Blas Roca; Salvador Garcia Aguero; Menelao Mora Morales; et al.)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 906, Oct. 24, 1950 (Inauguration of Television Broadcasting in Cuba; Jose Mestre; Goar Mestre; Gaspar Pumarejo)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 917, Oct. 25, 1950 (Professions Represented in the Cuban House of Representatives)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 945, Oct. 30, 1950 (Bohemia Interviews Dominican Revolutionary Leader General Juan Rodriguez; Rafael Trujillo; Robert Butler; Porfirio Ramirez; Felix Bernardino; Federico Fiallo)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 953, Oct. 31, 1950 (General Strike Fails to Prevent Employers' Meeting but Achieves Certain Meassure of Success as Demonstration of Workers Unity; Angel Cofiño; Aurelio Martinez Arizala; Eusebio Mujal)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1053, Nov. 14, 1950 (Transmitting Copies of Publications by Emilio Roig de Leuchsenring entitled (1) Cuba Does Not Owe Its Independence to the United States and (2) Cuba and the United States 1805-1898; Emilio Roig de Leuchsenring is Historian of the City of Havana as well as a lawyer, writer, and member of a number of Communist-front organizations)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1083, Nov. 16, 1950 (Christmas Bonus (Aguinaldo) Bill Becomes Law; Arturo Hernandez Tellaheche)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1176, Nov. 30, 1950 (CTC National Council Agrees to Call General Strike)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1177, Nov. 30, 1950 (President Prio decorated by Chinese Republic. Recent Local Activity Designated to Strengthen Nationalist Chinese Ties With Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1202, Dec. 4, 1950 (Cuban Economist Comments on Lowry Nelson's "Rural Cuba"; Ramiro Guerra Sanchez)

Relacion de Aviones con Matricula Cuba el 11 de diciembre de 1950

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1269, Dec. 14, 1950 (Prevailing Wages for Cutting Sugar Cane)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1274, Dec. 14, 1950 (New Communist Newspaper, La Ultima Hora, Appears in Habana; Hoy; Fulgencio Batista; Pueblo; Perez Benitoa; Humberto Rubio; Juan Marinello; Carlos Rafael Rodriguez; Julio Velis Lopez; Jacinto Torras; Oscar Temes; Blas Roca)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1285, Dec. 15, 1950 (Transmitting Clipping of Column Written by Herminio Portell Vila)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1290, Dec. 18, 1950 (Cuban Labor Leader Mujal Suggests Nationalization of American-Owned Electric and Telephone Companies)

Ambassador Robert Butler letter to Edward G. Miller, Jr., Assistant Secretary of State, Dec. 27, 1950 (Cuban American Cultural Institute; Herminio Portell Vila; Carlos Prio; Southern Methodist University)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1318, Dec. 21, 1950 (Cuban Government Nationalizes American-Operated "Autobuses Modernos"; Antonio Silio; William Pawley)

Ambassador Robert Butler Letter to Asst. Secretary of State Edward G. Miller, Jr., Dec. 27, 1950 (Carlos Prio; Cuban American Cultural Institute; Herminio Portell Vila; Prio has always stated that Cuba will follow United States leadership in foreign policy)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1384, Jan. 3, 1951 (Progress Reported in Nationalization of Autobuses Modernos S.A.; Dr. Antonio F. Silio; William D. Pawley; Menelao Mora Morales; Cooperativa de Omnibus Aliados; Carlos Prio Socarras)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1399, Jan. 5, 1951 (Weeka No. 1 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Carlos Prio; Ernesto Dihigo; Eduardo Chibas; Emilio Suri Castillo; Lazaro Peña; Jose Pardo Llada; FEU; Carlos Hevia; Pepe San Martin; Cesar Lancis; Jose Bosch)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1438, Jan. 10, 1951 (Cuban Assistance in the Present Emergency; President Prio's Message Published in the New York Times of January 3, 1951; Eduardo Chibas)

Department of State Secret Policy Statement: Cuba, Jan. 11, 1951

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1575, Jan. 26, 1951 (Weeka No. 4 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; La Ultima Hora; Ernesto Dihigo; Lomberto Diaz; Ramon Vasconcelos; Eduardo Chibas; Juan Gelats; National Federation of Air Transport Workers; Compañia Cubana de Aviacion; Col. Fred C. Hook)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1679, Feb. 9, 1951 (Threatened Strike Compañía Cubana de Aviacion)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1718, Feb. 16, 1951 (Weeka No. 7 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Robert Butler; Carlos Prio; Ruben de Leon; Rolando Masferrer; Eduardo Chibas; Nicolas Castellanos; Carlos Hevia; PSP; Angel Cofiño; Vicente Rubiera; CTC; Omnibus Aliados; Eulogio Cantillo; Santiago de Cuba airport)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1728, Feb. 19, 1951 (Relacion de Estaciones de Radioaficionados Autorizadas por el Ministerio de Comunicaciones; Mario Muñoz Monroy)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1744, Feb. 21, 1951 (President Prio Indicates Government May Be Planning to Nationalize Entire Transportation System; United Railways of Havana; Autobuses Modernos; National Federation of Transport Workers; William D. Pawley; Marco Hirigoyen; Facundo Pomar Soler; Omnibus Aliados; Javier Bolaños; Railway Brotherhood of Cuba; Eusebio Mujal)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1755, Feb. 23, 1951 (Weeka No. 8 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Cuban troops to Korea; Ernesto Dihigo; Ruben de Leon; Guillermo Belt; Ramon Vasconcelos; Ruperto Cabrera; Quirino Uria; FEU; Rolando Masferrer; Manuel Bisbe; Pedro Albizu Campos; Eduardo Chibas; Sergio Megias; Manuel Antonio de Varona; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Nicolas Castellanos; Alonso Pujol; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Carlos Hevia; Ramon Grau; Autobuses Modernos; Eusebio Mujal; CTC; Javier Bolaños; Calixto Sanchez Whyte; 157 sugar mills in full operation)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 397, March 5, 1951 (Compañía Cubana de Aviacion application for NY-Habana permit action of labor union; Warren Pine; Sergio Clark; Carlos Parraga)

Department of State Memorandum of Meeting, March 7, 1951 (Meeting with Warren Pine and Sergio Clark of Compañía Cubana de Aviacion)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1861, March 9, 1951 (Weeka No. 10 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; insubordination in the Cuban Army over being sent to Korea; PRC-Liberal Pact; Jose Bosch resignation; Alvarez Diaz; Jose Andreu; Menelao Mora; Omnibus Aliados; Ernesto Dihigo; All 161 sugar mills in full operation; Compañia Cubana de Aviacion; National Federation of Air Transport Workers)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1882, March 13, 1951 (Reaffirmation of Democratic Faith By CTC Youth Group; Jesus Artigas; Fausto Waterman; Aida Perez; Prisciliano Falcon)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1929, March 20, 1951 (Cuban Cabinet Resigned March 15, 1951)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1994, March 30, 1951 (Weeka No. 13 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Ernesto Dihigo; Juan Domingo Peron; Manuel Antonio de Varona; Emilio Suri Castillo; Carlos Prio; Juan Jose Arevalo; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Jose Raimundo Andreu Martinez; Eduardo Chibas lack of balance; Fulgencio Batista; Ramon Grau indictment; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; ORIT meeting)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2008, April 3, 1951 (Executive Committee of ORIT Meets in Havana; Arturo Saboroso; Francisco Aguirre; George P. Delaney; Serafino Romualdi; John Buckmaster; Ernst Schwarz; John Owens; Henry Middleton; Eusebio Mujal; Emilio Suri Castillo; Manuel Rivera; ICFTU)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 468, April 10, 1951 (Gunmen under Eufemio Fernandez cruising in cars vicinity Dominican Legation possible intention assassinate Dominican Charge; Lomberto Diaz; Ramon Vasconcelos; Ernesto Dihigo; Brugal)

Department of State Memorandum of Conversation, April 11, 1951 (Cuban Suggestion that United States Issue a Commemorative Postage Stamp Honoring Nurse Clara Maass; Ricardo Sarabasa; Cedric C. Philipp; Carlos Prio; Ernesto Dihigo)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2085, April 13, 1951 (Weeka No. 15 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Gaston Baquero; Ernesto Dihigo; Eufemio Fernandez; Danilo Brugal; Ramon Vasconcelos bitter enemy of President Prio; Lomberto Diaz; Manuel Antonio de Varona; PSP; Fabio Grobart; Luis Machado; Quirino Uria Lopez; Cecilio Perez Alfonso; Emmett B. Cassady)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2099, April 16, 1951 (Labor Developments in Cuba 1950; CTC; one of the most prosperous economic years in the history of Cuba; private salaries and wages; cost of living; employment and unemployment; labor relations; Eusebio Mujal called a general strike on Oct. 28; National Federation of Telephone Workers; Vicente Rubiera; National Federation of Electrical, Gas and Water Plant Workers; Angel Cofiño; Confederacion General de Trabajadores (CGT); Lazaro Peña; Government Labor Policy)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2165, April 25, 1951 (Congressman Jose Pardo Llada Proposes a Bill to Prohibit Use of Foreign Language in Titles, Letterheads, and on Goods Manufactured in Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2212, May 4, 1951 (Weeka No. 18 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Communist Party; CTC; Eusebio Mujal; Angel Cofiño; Vicente Rubiera; Ramon Zaydin)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2247, May 11, 1951 (Weeka No. 19 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; GATT; Pepin Bosch; Oscar Gans; Jose Pardo Llada)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2274, May 15, 1951 (International Labor Day; CTC; Eusebio Mujal; Marco Hirigoyen; Panlo Balbueno; Javier Bolaños; Francisco Aguirre; Vicente Rubiera; Angel Cofiño; Carlos Prio; Lazaro Peña; Juan Marinello; Segundo Quincosa; Salvador Garcia Agüero; Ursinio Rojas; Jose Miguel Espino; Francisco Lopez; Emilio Suri Castillo)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2357, May 28, 1951 (In Radio Address to the Nation President Prio Claims Fulfillment Economic Program and Achievement Economic Independence for Cuba; GATT Conference at Torquay; Regla Covarras Viuda de Prio Children's Hospital)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2376, May 31, 1951 (President Prio Inaugurates Seventh National Congress of Cuban Workers Confederation)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2392, June 1, 1951 (Weeka No. 22 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; GATT; CTC Seventh National Labor Congress; Eusebio Mujal; Gustavo Gutierrez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2407, June 5, 1951 (Attitude of New Minister of State Toward Pending Problems in Cuban American Relations; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Gonzalo Guell)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2434, June 8, 1951 (Weeka No. 23 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Communist "peace" campaign; CTC; Pedro Albizu Campos; Rolando Masferrer; Eduardo Chibas; Fulgencio Batista; Ruben de Leon; Carlos Hevia; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Manuel Antonio de Varona; Felix Lancis; Nicolas Castellanos; Guillermo Alonso Pujol)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2431, June 8, 1951 (Cuban Firms Withdraw Advertising From Communist Labor Publications; Communist Asociacion de la Prensa Obrera de Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2435, June 8, 1951 (Weeka No. 23 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA, Section II; 1948 Sugar Act; GATT; CTC; Eusebio Mujal; Ramon Zaydin)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2478, June 15, 1951 (Weeka No. 24 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Sugar strike; CTC; Carlos Hevia; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Cesar Lancis; Manuel Antonio de Varona; Ramon Grau; Jose San Martin; Marcos Hirigoyen ex-Communist now rabidly anti-Communist; Luis Machado; Hoy; CTC; Eusebio Mujal)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2486, June 18, 1951 (CTC Leaders Present Workers' Demands to President Prio)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2482, June 19, 1951 (Habana Court Orders Communist Newspaper Hoy Returned to Its Owner. Legal Delivery Made on June 18 Despite Administration's Appeal of Case; Dr. Agustin Elizondo Serize; Eusebio Mujal; CTC; Anibal Escalante: La Ultima Hora; Ramon Vasconcelos; Antonio de Varona)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2494, June 19, 1951 (Annual Economic Review 1950; United Railways; Autobuses Modernos; four airlines established connections with Cuba; Servicios Aereos, S.A.; Aerovias Q; Compañia Cubana de Aviacion; National Airlines; Varadero Airport; Cuban Telephone Company)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2524, June 22, 1951 (Ambassador Willard L. Beaulac; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; C. Burke Elbrick; Acera del Louvre Committee; Hoy newspaper returned; Cuban National Anti-Communist Committee; Carlos Hevia; Francisco Prio; Jose Figueres; Sgt. Robert James Sheldon; Agustin Fernandez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2524, June 22, 1951 (Weeka No. 24 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Ambassador Williard L. Beaulac; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; C. Burke Elbrick; W.W. II veterans recruit for Korean War; Hoy returned to Communists; CTC; Paco Prio; Carlos Hevia; Eduardo Chibas; Jose Figueres; Robert James Sheldon; Agustin Fernandez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2569, June 29, 1951 (Communist Newspaper Hoy Re-Seized by Government on June 27, 1951; Lomberto Diaz; Carlos Prio; Anibal Escalante; La Ultima Hora: CTC; Eusebio Mujal; Ramon Vasconcelos)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 23, July 6, 1951 (Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Torquay negotiations; Luis Machado; 1948 Sugar Act; Raul Prebisch; National Federation of Aviation Workers)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 42, July 10, 1951 (Batista's political campaign; Manuel Perez Pico; Nicolas Castellanos; Carlos Saladrigas; Pepe San Martin; Alonso Pujol; Partido Nacional Cubano)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 45, July 11, 1951 (Review of the 1951 Sugar Crop)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 69, July 13, 1951 (Hoy returned to Communists; Bomb thrown at Soviet legation; Francisco Prio; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Antonio de Varona)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 107, July 19, 1951 (Communist Newspaper Hoy Again Ordered Returned to Its Owners. Cuban Cabinet Agrees to Accept Court Decision; Lomberto Diaz; Anibal Escalante Dellunde; Ernesto de la Fe; Henry A. Hoyt)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 117, July 20, 1951 (Weeka No. 3 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Recruiting in Havana for Cuban volunteers of Korean War closed; Hoy; Lomberto Diaz; Fabio Grobart; Elias Entralgo; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Candelaria Rodriguez Hernandez; Luis Casero; Cesar Lancis; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Fulgencio Batista; Eduardo Chibas; Carlos Prio; Inocente Alvarez; Ernesto Dihigo; Aviation Workers [FAN] strike; Compañia Cubana de Aviacion)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 159, July 27, 1951 (Construction of New, Modern Airport at Santiago de Cuba Expected to Begin Shortly; Pan American World Airways; Compañía Cubana de Aviacion; Pepin Bosch)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 185, Aug. 2, 1951 (Policies and Prospects of Senator Eduardo Chibas, Ortodoxo Candidate for the Presidency of Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 196, Aug. 3, 1951 (Weeka No. 5 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Carlos Blanco; Yvan Emilanov; Lomberto Diaz; Luis Machado; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Eusebio Mujal; CTC; Julio Cesar Ballester; Guillermo Belt; Juan Marinello; FEU; Carlos Prio; amnesty for gunmen; Guillermo Alonso Pujol; Cesar Lancis; Luis Casero; Eduardo Chibas; Miguel Quintero Ruano; Nicolas Guillen; Jose Dieguez)

Department of State Memorandum of Telephone Conversation, Aug. 6, 1951 (Senator Chibas shoots self)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 211, Aug. 7, 1951 (Asociacion de la Prensa Obrera (APOC); Amado Hernandez Losano; Fidel Romero Casasus; Rogelio Gutierrez Comet; Luciano G. Michelena; Leovigildo Vicente; Simon Toriza; Aurelio Alvarez G.; Francisco Dorado; Juan Otero Prado; Wilfredo Fuentes; Elio Moya Aguiar; Andres Solis Mesa; Jose Villalonga; Germinal Garcia; Cecilio Mateo Peña; Jose Velazquez; Manuel Campaneria Rojas; Luis Bello; Domingo Llerena; Rodolfo Tacoronte; Julio Gonzalez, Jr.; Luis Vega Suarez; Benigno Arrebola Valdes; Hector Jorge; Agustin Falcon Almeda; Antonio Arrebola Gonzalez; Pascacio Lineras; Calixto Sanchez Whyte; Felipe Soto; Carlos Montenegro; Raul Anchia; Hoy)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 234, Aug. 10, 1951 (Weeka No. 32 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Eduardo Chibas attempted suicide; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Luis Machado; Joaquin Meyer; Francisco Aguirre; CTC; Hoy; Carlos Prio; over 1,500 Cubans volunteered to fight in Korea; Ruperto Cabrera; FEU; Francisco Arredondo; Eulogio Cantillo)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 252, Aug. 14, 1951 (Eusebio Mujal Criticizes Results Obtained in Recent ICTTU Congress; ORIT; WFTU; Mario Barrera; Gustavo Parapar; Manuel Pis; Juan Vigues Montes)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 302, Aug. 21, 1951 (Publicity Given Miami "Cuba Day" in Havana Press; Assistant Secretary Edward G. Miller's Speech Lauded; Harold Turk; Andres Avelino Fonseca; Dr. Jacobo de la Plazola; Nicolas Castellanos)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 308, Aug. 22, 1951 (Possible Resignation of Minister of State Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Raul Ruiz; Carlos Prio; Eduardo Chibas; Ramon Grau; Santiago Rey; Guillermo Alonso Pujol)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 328, Aug. 24, 1951 (Weeka No. 34 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Eduardo Chibas funeral; Emilio Ochoa; Roberto Agramonte; Jose Pardo Llada; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Raul Ruiz; Juan Antonio Rubio Padilla; Gonzalo Guell; Luis Machado; Alfredo Brito Baez; Rolando Masferrer; Enrique C. Henriquez; Braulio Mendez; Romulo Betancourt; Jose Figueres; Manuel Antonio de Varona; Valentin "El Campesino" Gonzalez; Luis Casero)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 362, Aug. 29, 1951 (Death of Cuban Congressman Fidel del Pino Santos; Mario Pino Martinez; Prisciliano Falcon)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 368, Aug. 30, 1951 (Transmitting Copies of New Ortodoxo Newspaper "La Verdad"; Luis Perez Perdomo)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 369, Aug. 30, 1951 (Reappearance of Communist Newspaper Hoy; La Ultima Hora; Francisco Aguirre; Carlos Prio; Anibal Escalante; Vanguardia Cubana; Manuel Antonio Varona; Ramon Vasconcelos)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 377, Aug. 31, 1951 (Weeka No. 9 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SAA; Willard L. Beaulac; Oscar Gans; Ambassador Machado; Joaquin Meyer; Nicolas Rivero; Francisco Guiral; Jorge Casuso; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Fidel del Pino; Delio Nuñez Mesa; Lincoln Rodon; M/V Quetzal; Tomas Robledo; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Hoy resumed publication Aug. 26; Jose Pardo Llada; Valentin Gonzalez (El Campesino); Julian Gorkin; Eusebio Mujal; Arturo Hernandez Tellaheche)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 378, Aug. 31, 1951 (Weeka No. 9 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA, SECTION II; National Federation of Transport Workers; Marco Hirigoyen; Facundo Pomar Soler; Eusebio Mujal; Carlos Prio; Retirement and pension fund for for workers of the aviation industry;  Cuban-British Trade Agreement; Cubana de Aviacion; PAA)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 408, Sept. 7, 1951 (Weeka No. 10 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Williard L. Beaulac; Dr. Pedro Rodriguez Capote; Gonzalo Guell; Oscar Gans; Quetzal Case; Rafael Trujillo; Tomas Robledo; Enrique C. Henriquez; Mauricio Baez; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Armando J. Hernandez; CTC; Emilio Suri Castillo killed in car accident; Mariblanca Sabas Aloma; Ernesto de la Fe; Eusebio Mujal has presidential ambitions; FEU, Ortodoxos, Communists protest bus fare increase; Cuban Navy; Antonio Prio Socarras challenged Manuel Marquez Sterling to a duel; Jorge Perramon y Spencer; Ramon Zaydin; Marco A. Hirigoyen and Manuel Pacin Guerra arrested under Gangsterism Law; Tomas R. Cabrera)

Letters exchanged between Serafino Romualdi, John Fishburn, Calixto Sanchez Whyte and Francisco Aguirre dealing with Alberto Rodriguez Perez, Sept. 12, 1951

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 446, Sept. 14, 1951 (Weeka No. 10 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Williard L. Beaulac; Oscar Gans; Dr. Raul Osegueda; Rafael Trujillo; Ambassaqdor Patteros; Juan Domingo Peron; Jacobo Arbenz; Ernesto Dihigo; Two dead at FEU bus fare protest; Hoy; Inocente Alvarez and Rolando Masferrer resign the PRC posts in the House; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Plot to kill Fulgencio Batista; Rafael Diaz Balart; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Eufemio Fernandez; Jesus Gonzalez Cartas; Alfonso Martinez; Carlos Arana Osorio)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 539, Sept. 28, 1951 (Hoy Presses Damaged by Masked Gang. Representative Masferrer Arrested and his Newspaper Tiempo Closed 12 Hours. Other Newspapers Affected; Ramon Vasconcelos; Jose Pardo Llada; Ruperto Cabrera)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 572, Oct. 2, 1951 (Oscar Gans Appointed Prime Minister in Cabinet Re-Shuffle Announced October 1, 1951; Cesar Lancis; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Lomberto Diaz; Arturo Hernandez Tellaheche; Segundo Curti; Edgardo Buttari; Jose M. Casado; Orlando Puente; Antero Rivero; Jorge Casuso; Carlos Hevia; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Eusebio Mujal)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 570, Oct. 3, 1951 (Summary of Labor Developments During First Half of 1951; CTC; Cost of Living; Employment and Unemployment; Seventh National Congress of the CTC; Eusebio Mujal; Emilio Suri Castillo; Angel Cofiño; Vicente Rubiera; Marco A. Hirigoyen; Francisco Aguirre; Ramon Leon Renteria; Javier Bolaños; Carlos Prio)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 654, Oct. 19, 1951 (Romulo Betancourt; Nicolas Castellanos; PSP; Blas Roca; Anibal Escalante assassination attempt; Carlos Saladrigas; Rear Admiral Pedro E. Pascual Borges; Carlos Hevia)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 659, Oct. 19, 1951 (Political Contributions by American Interests in Cuba; Spruille Braden; Willard L. Beaulac)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 296, Oct. 22, 1951 (Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Estrella Echeverria; Enrique Camejo; Guillermina Rodriguez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 739, Nov. 2, 1951 (October Labor Summary; Edgardo Buttari; Eusebio Mujal; CTC)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 803, Nov. 16, 1951 (Conversation with President Prio; Willard L. Beaulac; Prio said he "feels very close to the Government of the United States. When he was younger he was a radical, but now he has changed. He used to be opposed to American capital, but now he is for it.")

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 841, Nov. 23, 1951 (Weeka No. 47 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Carlos Prio; Carlos Hevia; Eusebio Mujal; Ramon Zaydin; Jose L. Garcia Baylleres;Omnibus Aliados; Autobuses Modernos; Sergio Clark; Cubana de Aviacion)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 850, Nov. 26, 1951 (Cuban publications; Aerovoz; Calixto Sanchez Whyte; Carlos Montenegro; La Campaña; Isidoro Merino, Anti-United States Opportunist)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 876, Nov. 29, 1951 (Statement of General Fulgencio Batista on Acceptance of Communist Electoral Collaboration)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 892, Nov. 30, 1951 (Weeka No. 48 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Tribunal of Accounts; Ramon Zaydin; Eusebio Mujal; CTC; Cubana de Aviacion; labor elements at Rancho Boyeros airport; Gustavo Gutierrez; Hoy)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 894, Nov. 30, 1951 (Monthly Economic Report. Ramon Zaydin, Minister of Commerce; $150,000 warehouse at Rancho Boyeros airport; Varadero airport; Camp Columbia: Cuba Aeropostal; Aerovias Q; Agricultural and Industrial Development Bank)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 901, Dec. 3, 1951 (Voluntary Economic Data; Airport workers threaten a strike at Rancho Boyeros; Cubana de Aviacion)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 934, Dec. 6, 1951 (Weeka No. 49 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SNA; Ultima Hora; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Prisco Porto; Gustavo Sotolongo; Autobuses Modernos; Nelson Suarez Feliu; Juan Arevalo visits President Prio; Antonio Prio Socarras; Carlos Hevia; Cesar Lancis; Manuel Antonio de Varona; Oscar Gans; Luis Casero; Eusebio Mujal decides to remain power behind the throne rather than attempt to run for the presidency; Nicolas Castellanos; Guillermo Alonso Pujol; Ramon Grau; Navy Comdr. Juan Leal; Lt. Col. Luis Iglesias; U. D. Tarrasca; Pablo Beola)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 952, Dec. 11, 1951 (Sergio I. Clark Named New President of Compañía Cubana de Aviacion; Antonio Tarafa Govin)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 957, Dec. 12, 1951 (Cuban Press Reports on the Quetzal Case; Gustavo Sotolongo; Rafael Trujillo; Enrique Camejo Argudin; Gonzalo Guell; Joaquin Meyer; Dr. Pablo F. Lavin; Dr. Francisco Garcia Amador; Dr. Jose F. Pimentel; Dr. Pedro A. Quintana; Dr. Gabriel Breton; Dr. Mario Riva Patterson)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 962, Dec. 12, 1951 (Televised Interview December 9 by Minister of State Aureliano Sanchez Arango on the Quetzal Case; Cayo Confites)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 968, Dec. 13, 1951 (The Partido Republicano Now a Government Party; Guillermo Alonso Pujol; Ramon Grau; Pepe San Martin; Santiago Rey; Nicolas Castellanos; Jose Alberni Yance; Jorge Casuso y Diaz Albertini; Antonio de Varona)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 976, Dec. 14, 1951 (Third Television Station Inaugurated In Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 992, Dec. 19, 1951 (Eusebio Mujal Proposes World Labor Conference in Havana; CTC; Francisco Aguirre; Jose Luis Martinez; Angel Rodriguez; Rafael Gonzalez Villegas; Felix Perez Gil; Castulo Clemares; Sergio Pons; William Green; Phillip Murray; John L. Lewis; Serafino Romualdi)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 993, Dec. 19, 1951 (Stalin Stamp for PSP Members whose Dues are Current; Blas Roca)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1002, Dec. 19, 1951 (The Cuban Electoral Campaign)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1006, Dec. 20, 1951 (Labor Courts to Go Before Congress Over CTC Objections; Eusebio Mujal; Manuel A. de Varona; Felix Lancis; Oscar Gras)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1012, Dec. 21, 1951 (Weeka No. 51 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; House Speaker Lincoln Rodon in danger of losing his position; Edgardo Buttari; Eusebio Mujal opposed to labor courts; Manuel Antonio de Varona; Autobuses Modernos; Gaspar Aldrich Fabregas; Victorino Alvarez; Alberto Lastre Lasarte; Rafael Cruz Rodriguez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1052, Dec. 28, 1951 (Weeka No. 52 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Eusebio Mujal announced that after the 1952 general elections the workers will establish a Labor Party; National Assembly of the National Federation of Sugar Workers on Dec. 27; Omnibus Aliados; Autobuses Modernos)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1055, Dec. 28, 1951 (Anti-Discrimination Bill Passed by Cuban House of Representatives)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1073, January 4, 1952 (Monthly Economic Report, Sabates; Eusebio Mujal; Aerovias Q)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1079, January 4, 1952 (Weeka No. 1 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from S---; Mill owners paying union dues to CTC; Eusebio Mujal; Jose Martinez; National Federation of Catering Workers strike; Ramon Zaydin; Compañía Cubana de Aviacion; National Airlines; Civil Aeronautics Board; Rancho Boyeros Airport; Lawsuit against Compañía Cubana de Aviacion, Pan American Airways for air disaster; Carlos Hevia; DuWayne G. Clark, Counselor of US Embassy)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1087, January 7, 1952 (Size of Newspaper Hoy Increased)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1093, January 7, 1952 (Senator Eusebio Mujal, Secretary General of the CTC, threatens a general strike)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1110, January 10, 1952 (Views of Cuban Labor Leaders on Current Issues; Eusebio Mujal; CTC; Francisco Aguirre; Walter Bastian)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1128, January 11, 1952 (Gaston Godoy Agostini; Eusebio Mujal; Calixto Sanchez; Marco Hirigoyen)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1150, January 15, 1952 (General Fulgencio Batista Named Presidential Camdidate by PAU National Assembly; Jorge Garcia Montes; Alfredo Jacomino; Anselmo Alliegro Mila; Jose Pardo Jimenez; Jose Elias Olivella; Jose M. Suarez Suquet; Justo Luis del Pozo; Maria Gomez Carbonell; Andres Rivero Aguero; Carlos M. Ferreti; Orencio Rodriguez; Manuel Garcia Herrera; Carlos Saladrigas Zayas; Luis Loret de Mola; Jose Gonzalez Puentes; Santiago Alvarez; Felix Ayon Suarez; Justo Salas; Raul A. Masvidal; Jose A. Mendigutia; Felix Fernandez; Julia E. Consuegra; Andres Soberon; Julian Garcia Benitez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1156, January 16, 1952 (National Assembly of the Liberal Party Elects Its Executive Committee and Proclaims Candidacy of Eduardo Suarez Rivas for Vice President)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1158, January 16, 1952 (Transmitting Copy of Communist Calendar Being Circulated in Cuba Published by España Republicana)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1177, Jan. 18, 1952 (Weeka No. 3 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Political; Nicolas Castellanos; Ramons Vasconcelos; PAU; Fulgencio Batista; Inocente Alvarez; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Jose Pardo Llada; Luis Ortega; Anibal Escalante; Millo Ochoa; Juan Marinello; Roberto Agramonte; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Antonio Prisco Porto; Gustavo Sotolongo; Lt. Cmdr. Gonzalez Padron; Camp Columbia runway)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1178, Jan. 18, 1952 (Weeka No. 3 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Economic; Cuban sugar grinding season; CTC; Cubana de Aviacion)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1210, Jan. 23, 1952 (Democrata Party Elects New National Directorate)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1220, Jan. 25, 1952 (Weeka No. 3 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Eusebio Mujal; Edgardo Buttari; David M. Keiser; L. A. Borne; Ramon Zaydin; Dr. Jose Alvarez Diaz; Orlando Puente; Aviation Workers Union at Rancho Boyeros)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1232, Jan. 28, 1952 (New National Executive Committee of Partido del Pueblo Cubano (Ortodoxo); Emilio Ochoa Ochoa; Roberto Agramonte; Pedro Albizu Campos; Jose Pardo Llada; Ramon Vasconcelos; Nicolas Castellanos; Miguel Suarez Fernandez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Beaulac Telegram to Secretary of State, Jan. 30, 1952 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1256, Jan. 31, 1952 (Ortodoxos and Communists reportedly Failed to Reach Accord as a Result of Political Conversations. Herminio Portell Vila Strongly Opposes any Alliance with PSP; Salvador Garcia Aguero; Carlos Marquez Sterling; Pelayo Cuervo; Anibal Escalante)

Harvey R. Wellman, Department of State, Memorandum, to Asst. Secretary of State Edward G. Miller, Jr., Jan. 31, 1952 (Pending Matters in United States-Cuba Relations; Direct Havana-New York Air Route Problem; Military Grant Aid Negotiations; United States Private Claims; Sugar Note; Discriminatory Taxation; Nicaro; Cuban Informal Offer of Three Transport Planes for Korea; Cuban-Dominican Relations; Cuban-Venezuelan Relations; Allocations; Rice Imports; Wheat and Flour Quota; National Commercial Agency Deferred; National Mining Commission Proposed)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1262, Feb. 1, 1952 (Weeka No. 5 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Fourth National Congress of Railwaymen; Rancho Boyeros strike failed to Materialize; Eusebio Mujal;

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1263, Feb. 1, 1952 (Monthly Economic Report; strike threats from workers at Rancho Boyeros airport)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1267, Feb. 1, 1952 (Attitude of Cuban Labor on Current Aviation Problems; Cuban Federation of Air Workers)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1273, Feb. 4, 1952 (Industry Ills Highlight Rail Workers' Convention; Javier Bolaños; Forrest Johnson; P. E. San Paul; Omnibus Aliados: Eusebio Mujal; CTC; Edgardo Buttari; Oscar Gans)

Correspondence of Guillermo Belt and Edward G. Miller, Feb. 4-12, 1952

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1338, Feb. 13, 1952 (Murder of Ex-Minister of Interior, Alejo Cossio del Pino; New Chief of Police Named, Juan Consuegra Valdes; Radio Cremata; Cecilio Perez Alfonso; Leopoldo Perez Coujil; Roberto Gutierrez Arrate; Benito Remedios; Jose Basterrechea; Jose Pardo Llada; Policarpo Soler)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1332, Feb. 15, 1952 (Action to be Taken re Communist Accusation That This Embassy has ordered the Assassination of a High Communist Leader; Anibal Escalante; Clark D. Anderson)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1347, Feb. 15, 1952 (Weeka No. 5 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Autentico reconciliation Grau-Prio; Cubanidad Party; Causa 82; Miguel Suarez Fernandez the power behind the UIR; Alejo Cossio del Pino; Carlos Hevia; Fulgencio Batista; Policarpo Soler; Dr. Agustin Castellanos; Aureliano Sanchez Arango departed for London; Police Lt. Col. Juan Consuegra Valdes; Col. Cecilio Perez Alfonso; Henry A. Hoyt)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1357, Feb. 19, 1952 (Labor Leader Criticizes Internal Security Act and American Unions; Marco A. Hirigoyen and Eusebio Mujal kept from easy entry into U.S. because of previous Communist past; ORIT; Francisco Aguirre; Luis Martinez; Lorenzo Perez; Mujal denied a visa to Miami)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1359, Feb. 19, 1952 (PRC(A) National Assembly Proclaims Carlos Hevia as the Party's Presidential Candidate. Elects New Executive Committee)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1398, Feb. 27, 1952 (Two Killed in Attempted Assassination of Representative Rolando Masferrer and a Police Sergeant)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1405, Feb. 28, 1952 (Recent Cuban Aviation Developments; Calixto Sanchez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1409, Feb. 29, 1952 (Francisco Aguirre Offers Resignation to ORIT; International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU); Angel Bravo; George Meany; Bernardo Ibañez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1415, Feb. 29, 1952 (Weeka No. 9 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Roberto Agramonte; Emilio Ochoa; far left Ortodoxo extremist Jose Pardo Llada; Interamerican Defense Board)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1431, March 3, 1952 (President of Compañía Cubana de Aviacion Indicates Conditions Under Which His Airline Would Agree to Open Separate Office in Havana; Sergio Clark)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1436, March 3, 1952 (Possible Refusal of Passport Facilities to Cuban Communists; Aguirre; Juan Marinello; Blas Roca)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1461, March 7, 1952 (Weeka No. 10 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SNA; Roberto Agramonte-Emilio Ochoa ticket; Fulgencio Batista's PAU a haven for failed politicians as his electoral chances decline; Republicanos; Ramon Grau's Cubanidad; Carlos Hevia; Ramon Zaydin; Luis Casero; petard exploded office door Pelayo Cuervo Navarro; Case 82; Rear Admiral Pedro E. Pascual Borges; Commerce Minister Ramon Zaydin; Edgardo Buttari; Eusebio Mujal; Carlos Hevia; Mauricio Brasseur)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 599, March 10, 1952 (Batista coup d'Etat in Cuba; Mujal's arrest ordered but he fled. He sent a request to the Embassy for asylum which was declined; Proclama sobre los propositos y estatutos del nuevo gobierno; Tolerance of Prio toward gangsters)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1481, March 11, 1952 (First Impact of Revolutionary Regime on Cuban Labor; Fulgencio Batista; CTC headquarters seized; Arrest order for Eusebio Mujal and CTC executive board; Partido Accion Unitaria (PAU); Angel Bravo; Inter American Organization of Workers (ORIT); Francisco Aguirre; Javier Bolaños; Jesus Portocarrero; Jose Sandoval; Mujal note to U.S. Embassy requesting asylum denied)

Department of State Memorandum, Duncan A. D. Mackay to Harvey R. Wellman, Thomas C. Mann, Edward G. Miller, March 11, 1952 (Effect on Cuban Revolt on Pending Cuban and Dominican Requests for F-47 Aircraft)

Department of State Memorandum, Harvey R. Wellman to Daniel N. Arzac, March 12, 1952 (Arrival of Prio Family Members at Miami; Rosario Paez de Prio Socarras; Zoe Prio y Paez; Ilena Prio; Antonio Prio; Maria Teresa Palacios Garcia; Teresa Iglesias Gonzalez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 3976, March 12, 1952 (Dissolution of CTC and arrest of Eusebio Mujal)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 633, March 13, 1952 (Deposed Carlos Prio departs Cuba with family and friends)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1488, March 13, 1952 (Resignation of Cabinet Ministers of the Prio Regime)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1493, March 13, 1952 (Cabinet Appointments by Fulgencio Batista, as Prime Minister)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 1501, March 14, 1952 (Weeka No. 11 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Carlos Prio overthrown; Details of coup d'Etat; Nicolas Castellanos; Justo Luis del Pozo; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Guillermo Alonso Pujol; Carlos Hevia; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; CTC; Eusebio Mujal; New Army, Navy, and Air Force officers; Felipe Pazos; Justo Carrillo; Rufo Lopez Fresquet; Jose Ignacio de la Camara; Jesus Portocarrero; Alfredo Jacomino; Jose Mendigutia; Marino Lopez B;anco; Oscar de la Torre; Pablo Carrera Justiz; Antonio Lopez Castro)

Department of State Memorandum of Telephone Conversation, Serafino Romualdi and John Fishburn, March 14, 1952 (Relations Cuban Labor Movement to Current Cuban Developments; Francisco Aguirre; ORIT; Eusebio Mujal; CTC; Michael Ross; AFL)

Department of State Memorandum of Telephone Conversation, Lt. James R. Plitt and Daniel N. Arzac, March 17, 1952 (Relations with Cuba; Continuation of Diplomatic Relations With Cuba; Ramon Barquin; George Smathers; Jack K. McFall; W. J. McWilliams; Dean Acheson; Homer Ferguson; William A. Parsons; Albert F. Nufer)

Department of State Memorandum of Telephone Francisco Aguirre, Serafino Romualdi, John T. Fishburn, March 17, 1952 (Cuban Labor at the time of the Coup)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1514, March 18, 1952 (Capitol Skirmish; Alonso Pujol Resignation; Manuel A. de Varona; Lincoln Rodon Alvarez; Ernesto de la Fe; Guillermo Alonso Pujol)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1517, March 18, 1952 (Communism: Statements Various Government Leaders Re; Fulgencio Batista; Ernesto de la Fe; Carlos Prio Socarras; Jesus Portocarrero; Hoy)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1548, March 21, 1952 (Weeka No. 12 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; CTC; Eusebio Mujal; PSP; Guillermo Alonso Pujol; Nicolas Castellanos; Carlos Hevia; Carlos Prio; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; FEU; Francisco Tabernilla Dolz; Quirino Uria Lopez; Manuel Larrubia; CTC; Eusebio Mujal; Rufo Lopez Fresquet; Joaquin Martinez Saenz; Gustavo Gutierrez; Pablo Carrera Justiz)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1552, March 21, 1952 (Mujal Attack on Communists and Statement of Sanchez Further Clarify CTC Relations with Government and Communists; Eusebio Mujal; Calixto Sanchez; Lazaro Peña)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1561, March 24, 1952 (Recognition: Ambassador's Conversation With Dr. Miguel Angel Campa, Minister of State; Pedro Rodriguez Capote)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1573, March 25, 1952 (New Cuban Minister of Communications Announces Study of Havana Commercial Airport Facilities; Pablo Carrera Justiz; Rancho Boyeros Airport; San Antonio de los Baños; Pan American Airways; Aerovias "Q"; Compañia Cuba Aeropostal; Cuban Federation of Air Workers)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1580, March 25, 1952 (Jose Agustin Martinez Discusses "Legalism vs. Legality" in Present Situation; Guillermo Belt; Mario Diaz Cruz; Carlos Saladrigas)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1604, March 27, 1952 (Conversation with Lawrence Berenson, New York Attorney and Friend of Batista; Bernard Relin; Carlos Prio; Edmund Chester)

U.S. Embassy Guatemala, Despatch 984, March 28, 1952 (Guatemala recognition of Cuban Government; Eduardo Abela)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1592, March 28, 1952 (U.S. recognition of Batista regime; Miguel Angel de la Campa; Francisco Tabernilla; Carlos Prio; Oscar Gans; Ruben de Leon; Manuel A. de Varona; Colonel Cruz Vidal; Lt. Commander Feijoo; Rear Admiral Jose Rodriguez Calderon; Rear Admiral Pascual; Roberto Corredera; Raul Acosta Rubio; Joaquin Martinez Saenz;

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1612, April 1, 1952 (Appointment of Negroes in Batista Government; Pedro Portuondo Calas; Dr. Miguel Angel Cespedes; Club Atenas; Dr. Laureano Lopez Garrido; Nicolas Esquivel; Pedro Ayon; Felix Ayon; Pedro Aloma; Dr. Catalina Pozo Gato; Capt. Damaso Sogo; Lt. Col. Angel C. Bisset Coll)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1616, April 1, 1952 (Countries that Have Recognized the Batista Regime. Chronological List)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1619, April 1, 1952 (Manuel A. Varona Accepts Leadership of "Civilian Recuperation Movement"

Secretary of State Acheson Airgram to U.S. Embassy Havana, April 1, 1952 (Ruben de Leon y Garcia)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1627, April 2, 1952 (Cuban Labor Determined to Celebrate May Day; Francisco Aguirre; Interamerican Organization of Labor (ORIT); Angel Bravo; Robert Alexander; AFL's Free Trade Union News bulletin)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1625, April 3, 1952 (Mujal to Form New Political Party; Francisco Aguirre; Manuel A. de Varona)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1645, April 4, 1952 (Weeka No. 14 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from S--A; Constitutional Statutes; Council of Ministers; Carlos Saladrigas; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Santiago Rey; Supreme Electoral Tribunal; Eusebio Mujal resigned from the Autentico Party and proposed forming a labor party; Soviet Union suspends diplomatic relations with Cuba; Lt. Col. Manuel Larrubia Paneque; National Transportation Commission; Government Raises Pay of Armed Forces and Teachers; Amadeo Lopez Castro named Minister Without Portfolio; Rancho Boyeros air workers; Jesus Portocarrero; Gonzalo del Cristo; Rufo Lopez Fresquet; Carlos Duquesne; Jose Guerra; Bernardo Figueredo; Carlos Govea; Juan Cabrera; Francisco Monet; Rogelio Rodriguez Blanca; Lawrence Meyers)
 

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1667, April 8, 1952 (Annual Railway Report - Cuba, 1951; Dr. Eugenio Sanchez de Agramonte y Estevan)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1688, April 10, 1952 (Weeka No. 15 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Constitutional Statutes; Batista Provisional President; elections scheduled for Nov. 1953; Consultative Concil; Carlos Saladrigas; Jorge Garcia Montes; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Anselmo Alliegro; Jose Pardo Llada leaflet "La Palabra"; Emilio Sorondo; Manuel Miranda; Carlos Hevia; FEU funeral for the Constitution; Eusebio Mujal; National Labor Committee of the PRC; Soviet legation left Havana for Mexico; Minister of State Miguel Angel Campa; Aurelio Fernandez Concheso; Julio Sayago Feijoo; National Transport Commission disbanded; Consultative Council; Carlos Saladrigas; Jorge Garcia Montes; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Raul Garcia Menocal; Wilfredo Albanes; Mario Diaz Cruz; Jose Agustin Martinez; Guillermo Belt; Col. Manuel Quevedo, Jr; Eusebio Mujal; Calixto Sanchez White; Jesus Artigas; Angel Rodriguez Gonzalez; Joaquin Martinez Saenz; DuWayne G. Clark)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1715, April 17, 1952 (Government Raises Pay of Armed Forces and Teachers)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1725, April 18, 1952 (Cuba Sends Delegation to Rio ILO Meeting; Jesus Portocarrero; Francisco Aguirre; Angel Cofiño; Jose Perez Gonzalez; Ignacio Gonzalez Tellechea; Jose Sandoval; Andres Soberon; Bloque Obrero of PAU; Mario Barrera; Francisco Fernandez Pla; Vicente Grau Imperatori; Marco A. Hirigoyen; Angel Bravo; Accion Revolucionaria Guiteras)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1733, April 18, 1952 (Batista Refuses to Permit Traditional May Day Parade; CTC; Eusebio Mujal; Angel Cofiño; Francisco Aguirre; ORIT; Hoy; Anibal Escalante; Lazaro Peña; Ramon O. Hermida)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1745, April 21, 1952 (CTC Drastically Reduces Salaries and Staff; Fulgencio Batista; Eusebio Mujal; Calixto Sanchez; Francisco Aguirre; Angel Bravo)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1746, April 21, 1952 (Composition of the Consultative Council Announced)

U.S. Embassy Guatemala, Despatch 1072, April 25, 1952 (Guatemalan Labor Federation Requests Expulsion from Guatemala of Alleged Cuban Gangsters; Jesus Fermin Gonzalez Cartas; Jose Castellanos; Fulgencio Cruz; Raoul Carlos Hernandez Rodriguez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1789, April 25, 1952 (Further Reports on Cuban Labor's Relations with Batista Regime; Eusebio Mujal; CTC; Marco A. Hirigoyen; Angel Cofiño; Vicente Rubiera; Robert J. Alexander; ORIT; Autobuses Modernos; Jose Luis Martinez; Guillermo Mestre; Raquel Valladares; Mercedes Chirino; Felipe Savigne; Jose Rivalta; Jose Perez Gonzalez; Partido Accion Unitaria; Conrado Rodriguez Sanchez; Miguel Suarez Fernandez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1790, April 25, 1952 (Weeka No. 17 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Carlos Saladrigas; Jorge Garcia Montes; Candido Mora Morales; Ramon Vasconcelos; Lelio Alvarez Ramirez; Conrado Rodriguez; Roberto Agramonte; Eduardo Ochoa; Emilio Ochoa; Gustavo Gutierrez; Jose Pardo Jimenez; Santiago Rey Pernas; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Ernesto de la Fe; Antonio Iraizoz y del Villar; Juan Pablo Lojendio; Juan J. Remos Rubio; Orestes Ferrara Merino; Alberto Espinosa Bravo; Nicolas Rivero Machado; Ramon Hermida; Cesar Escalante; Herminio Portell Vila; Nila Ortega; Felix Ayon; Jose Morales Gomez; CTC; Eusebio Mujal; Jose Luis Martinez; Marco Hirigoyen; Jose Pardo Llada; Eufemio Fernandez Ortega; Cuban National Association of Veterans of World War II; Cardenal Manuel Arteaga; Florencio Guerra Suarez; Aristides V. Sosa de Quesada; Ramon M. Barquin Lopez; Francisco H. Tabernilla Palmero; Juan Pedro Casanova Roque; Marcos Perez Medina; Flaquer Nuñez; Mallo Lopez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1837, May 2, 1952 (Weeka No. 18 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; CTC rally; Jesus Portocarrero; Eusebio Mujal; Consultative Council; Carlos Saladrigas; Ramon Vasconcelos; Jorge Garcia Montes; Carlos M. Lechuga; Eduardo Ochoa; Roberto Agramonte; Emilio Ochoa; Col. Juan Rojas Gonzalez; Col. Manuel Larrubia Paneque; Mill Owners Association; CTC manifesto; Pascual [sic] Linares; Elliot Roosevelt

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1845, May 2, 1952 (New Cuban Newspaper Accion Unitaria; Dr. Jose Rodriguez Valdes; La Campaña Cubana; Vanguardia Cubana; Hoy; Raul Verdes Plana)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1856, May 5, 1952 (May Day Observed Without Major Incident; Jesus Portocarrero; CTC; Eusebio Mujal; 250 demands handed to Minister of Labor Jesus Portocarrero)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1870, May 7, 1952 (Installation of the Consultative Council)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1878, May 7, 1952 (Recent Television Developments in Cuba; Angel Cambo; Julian Lastra; Miguel Humara; Amadeo Barletta; A. H. Barletta; Ventura Montes; Goar Mestre)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1893, May 8, 1952 (Assault on CMQ "University of the Air" Program; Jorge Mañach; Jose Elias Entralgo; Gerardo Canet; Raul Tamayo Rodriguez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1905, May 9, 1952 (Discovery of Arms Cache in Offices of Carlos Hevia)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1907, May 9, 1952 (Weeka No. 19 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Aureliano Sanchez Arango flew clandestinely into Santiago de Cuba; Manuel Braña; Jose Figueres; Caribbean Legion; Carlos Hevia; Over 70 Communists arrested; Jorge Mañach; Guido Garcia Inclan; Elias Entralgo; Jesus Portocarrero; CTC; Col. Carlos E. J. Pascual y Pinard; Gen. Juan Rojas Gonzalez; Alfredo Jacomino; Consultative Council)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1917, May 12, 1952 (Ministry of Communications and Transportation Established; Civil Aeronautics Board; Capt. Eduardo Whitehouse; Capt. Mario Torres Menier; Guillermo Martull; Rafael Diaz Balart)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1920, May 12, 1952 (Cuban Police Raid Communist Offices; Salvador Garcia Aguero; Joaquin Ordoqui: Edith Garcia Buchaca)

U.S. Embassy Guatemala, Despatch 1147, May 14, 1952 (Cuban Ex-Police Chief Eufemio Fernandez in Guatemala; Jesus Fermin Gonzalez Cartas; Raoul Carlos Hernandez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1940, May 15, 1952 (Annual Civil Aviation Report: Cuba; July 1951 airport strike)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1941, May 15, 1952 (Prio Denies Alerta Charges of Counter-Revolutionary Activity; Ramon Vasconcelos; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Marco Hirigoyen; Edward Murphy)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1955, May 16, 1952 (Weeka No. 20 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Capt. Raul Rodriguez Santos; Ramon Vasconcelos; Carlos Prio; FEU; Alfredo Guevara; Jorge Mañach; limited amnesty; Johan Nykopp; Baron Paul Kronacker; Captain Martul; Expreso Aereo Interamericano; CTC; Camp Columbia air contraband; Otto Stinnes; Alejandro Suero; William R. Hogan; Nathan Schwartz; Morris S. De Woskin)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1960, May 16, 1952 (RHC Radio Network Sold To American Interests; Amado Trinidad; Ben Marden; Edmund A. Chester; Clarence G. Alexander; Gaspar Punarejo; Elliot Roosevelt; Carlos Prio)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1979, May 22, 1952 (Promulgation of the Rules of Procedure of the Consultative Council)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1999, May 23, 1952 (New Airport Corporation Established to Operate Rancho Boyeros and Camaguey; Compañía Cubana de Aviacion; Warren Pine; John Rowe)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2006, May 26, 1952 (Consultative Council Holds First Substantive Meeting, Appoints Committees)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2036, May 29, 1952 (Weeka No. 22 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SA_A; Nicolas Castellanos; Eduardo Suarez Rivas, head of the Liberal Party; Jorge Mañach; Senator Jose R. Andreu, head of the Partido Democrata; Carlos Hevia; Carlos Prio; FEU; Ramon Hermida; Eusebio Mujal; Angel Cofiño head of Accion Sindical Independiente; Vicente Rubiera; Prio fraud in the Seguro Azucarero Global and Autobuses Modernos; Causa 82; Quirino Uria Lopez; Ruperto Cabrera Rodriguez; Mario Cabrera Bosque; San Antonio de los Baños Air Base; Camp Columbia military airfield; King Ranch; Adolph Pfeffer; Marino Lopez Blanco)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2077, June 6, 1952 (Weeka No. 23 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Minister of Education Andres Rivero Aguero; Blas Roca; Movimiento de Recuperacion Autentica; Arturo Hernandez Tellaheche; FEU; Carlos Lechuga; Cosme de la Torriente; Nicolas Castellanos; Carlos Prio in Mexico City June 5; Autobuses Modernos; CTC; Eusebio Mujal; Lt. COl. Manuel Ugalde Carrillo appointed SIM chief; Francisco Tabernilla Dolz; Ramon E. Cruz Vidal; San Antonio de los Baños airfield; Cuban Air Force Chief Carlos Pascual; 62 sugar mills still operating; newly constituted National Economy Board; Autobuses Modernos requires an annual subsidy of 5 million pesos; Cuban-German Trade Agreement;

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2090, June 9, 1952 (Dissatisfaction with Mujal Policies Grows in CTC; Angel Bravo; ORIT; Jesus Artigas; Calixto Sanchez; Pascasio Lineras; Angel Cofiño; Accion Sindical Independiente; Confederacion General de Trabajadores; Vicente Rubiera; Raquel Valladares; Javier Bolaños; Marco A. Hirigoyen; Jose Perez Gonzalez; Bloque Obrero; Lazaro Peña)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2095, June 10, 1952 (Current Difficulties of Expresso Aereo Inter-Americano; Alberto Espinosa; John L. Topping; Rafael "Pilin" Mendoza; Carlos Musso; David Cartaya; Steve Murray; Cristobal Zorrilla; Jose Williams Ayers; Adela Blanco; Jose Grande Benito)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2098, June 10, 1952 (Sugar Situation Worries Cuban Union Leaders; Eusebio Mujal; CTC; ORIT; AFL and CIO; FNTA; Francisco Aguirre; Jose Luis Martinez; Hoy; Angel Bravo; Antonio Bosque)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2126, June 12, 1952 (Transmittal of Memorandum of Conversation with Cuban Labor Leader; Francisco Aguirre; ORIT; CTC; Irving S. Lippe; Autobuses Modernos; Accion Revolucionaria Guiteras (ARG); Bloque Obrero of PAU; Jose Perez Gonzalez; Senator Alfredo Hornedo owner of El Pais; Guillermo Alonso Pujol)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2132, June 13, 1952 (Weeka No. 24 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Fulgencio Batista speeches justifying the coup; Emilio Ochoa visited Prio in Miami and in Mexico; Manuel Antonio de Varona; Nicolas Castellanos; Eduardo Suarez Rivas; Alejo Cossio del Pino; Antonio Prio; UIR; FEU; Luis Ortega; Alvaro Barba; vociferous Ortodoxo Jose Pardo Llada; Candido de la Torre; Emilio Nuñez Portuondo; Rear Admiral Jose Rodriguez Calderon discharged 25 officers and enlisted from the Navy because of suspected Communism)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2179, June 25, 1952 (Cuban Plans for Celebration of Fourth of July)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2193, June 25, 1952 (Conversation with President Batista; Willard L. Beaulac)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 15, July 3, 1952 (Weeka No. 27 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Army occupied Autobuses Modernos and arrested Marco A. Hirigoyen; CTC; ARG controls bus sindicato; Eusebio Mujal; Roberto Agramonte made poor showing on "Meet the Press"; Emilio Ochoa; Edward G. Miller; Ernesto de la Fe; Luis Ortega; Emilio Nuñez Portuondo; Felix Martin Gonzalez; Alberto Saumell Soto; Fidel Valdes; Ambassador Willard L. Beaulac; Irvin S. Lippe; Charles Govea; CTC)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 22, July 6, 1952 (Dr. Alberto Campa y Roff Given Personal Rank of Ambassador and Designated Under Secretary of Stte for Administration; Gonzalo Guell)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 45, July 9, 1952 (University Professor Accused in Alleged Plot Against Government; Rafael Garcia Barcena; FEU; Roberto Agramonte; Jorge Quintana; Victoriano Raul Braceras; Angel Boan Acosta; Jose Raul Alvarez Gonzalez; Valentin Lopez Campoamor; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Arturo Hernandez Tellaheche; Ramon Vasconcelos; Luis Ortega)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 60, July 11, 1952 (Further Report on Autobuses Modernos Situationand Its Effects on the CTC; Eusebio Mujal; Marco Hirigoyen; Bloque Obrero of PAU; Accion Revolucionaria Guiteras; United Railways of Havana; Hoy)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 62, July 11, 1952 (Weeka No. 28 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Rafael Garcia Barcena arrested; Luis Ortega; Alvaro Barba; Carlos Prio; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Arturo Hernandez Tellaheche; Jose Alvarez Diaz; Ambassador Willard L. Beaulac; Cosme de la Torriente; Guillermo de Zendegui; Roberto Agramonte; CTC; Autobuses Modernos; Batista Government failure to continue $30,000 monthly subsidy to CTC paid by Prio regime; Eusebio Mujal; Batista announced plans to make San Antonio de los Baños an international airport)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 78, July 14, 1952 (Transmitting CTC Financial Statement; Eusebio Mujal; Donativo de la Federacion Aerea $20,000)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 90, July 16, 1952 (Biographic data on Eduardo Abela y Villareal)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 93, July 16, 1952 (PAU "Negotiating" Agreement with CTC; Eusebio Mujal; Francisco Aguirre; Jose Perez Gonzalez; Marco Hirigoyen)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 103, July 18, 1952 (Weeka No. 28 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Cosme de la Torriente; Roberto Agramonte; FEU; Ernesto de la Fe; Andres Domingo Morales del Castillo; PAU labor bloc and CTC; Francisco Aguirre; Emilio Nuñez Portuondo; Sgt. Jorge Perez Crespo; Manuel Perez Garcia; Favole y Sterling; Renato Diaz Blanco; Manuel Rodriguez Quevedo; Charles N. Dyer)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 137, July 25, 1952 (Weeka No. 30 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Andres Rivero Aguero; Superior Electoral Tribunal; Andres Domingo Morales del Castillo; Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Pichardo; Cosme de la Torriente; Liberal Party national convention; PAU; CTC; Eusebio Mujal offered resignation rejected; Angel Cofiño; Vicente Rubiera; Raquel Valladares; Hoy; Ramiro de la Fe; Ernesto de la Fe; Capt. Benjamin Camino Garmendia; Gen. Juan Rojas Gonzalez; Col. Pedro A. Rodriguez Avila)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 145, July 28, 1952 (Fiftieth Anniversary Celebrations for Poet Nicolas Guillen; Juan Marinello; Anibal Escalante; Emilio Roig de Leuchsenring; Ana Sainz; Violeta Casal; Felix Lizaso; Celeste Boeras; Regino Pedroso)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 160, July 30, 1952 (CTC National Council Brings No Immediate Changes in Organization; Bloque Obrero of Partido Accion Unitaria; Eusebio Mujal; Autobuses Modernos; Angel Cofiño; Vicente Rubiera; Raquel Valladares; Francisco Aguirre, Irvin S. Lippe)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 168, July 31, 1952 (Committee to Investigate Communist Activities Approved By Consultive Council; Arturo Fernandez Gonzalez; Luis Ortega; Raul Lorenzo; Eusebio Mujal; Angel Pardo Jimenez; Arsenio Perez Gonzalez; Dr. Arturo Fernandez; Anibal Escalante)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 183, Aug. 1, 1952 (Weeka No. 31 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; FNTA; Jose Luis Martinez; Eusebio Mujal; Luis Ortega; Dr. Arturo Fernandez; Andres Rivero Aguero; Raul Menocal; Jose Figueres and Juan Bosch arrested and released; Expreso Aereo; Rafael "Pilin" Mendoza; Aero postal; San Antonio de los Baños airstrips; Rancho Boyeros; Joaquin Martinez Saenz)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 196, Aug. 5, 1952 (Further Alleged Conspiracy Thwarted; Jose Figueres; Juan Bosch; Luis Varona de Loredo; Candido de la Torre; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Eufemio Fernandez; Roberto Agramonte; Arturo Hernandez Tellaheche; Francisco Prio)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 207, Aug. 7, 1952 (Changes in the Consultative Council; Jorge Garcia Montes; Gaston Godoy Loret de Mola; Manuel Aspuru San Pedro; Fidel Barreto Martinez; Rafael Estenger Neuling)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 210, Aug. 8, 1952 (Airport Workers Petition Cuban Government For U.S. Permit for Cuba Aeropostal; Jose Nicasio Canterin; Manuel Garcia; Eduardo Whitehouse; Rafael "Pilin" Mendoza; Carlos Prio

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 225, Aug. 11, 1952 (Cuban 1952 Sugar Crop Which Closed August 1, 1952)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 237, Aug. 14, 1952 (Further Conspiracy Reports; Cecilio Perez Alfonso; Rafael Izquierdo; Urbano Matos Rodriguez; Carlos Prio; Emilio Ochoa; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Rafael Garcia Barcena; Luis Casero; Lucky Luciano; Eufemio Fernandez; Cayo Confites; Mario Kuchilan; Ladislao Guerra; Roberto Agramonte; Carlos Hevia; Armando Hernandez; Antonio Santiago; Manuel Crespo Molina; Lomberto Diaz; Jose Alvarez Diaz; Francisco "Pilin" Mendoza; Salas Amaro)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 240, Aug. 14, 1952 (Proposed Transfer of Airport from Rancho Boyeros to San Antonio de los Baños; Rufo Lopez Fresquet; Dr. Pablo Carrera Justiz; National Federation of Airline Workers; Juan Salas; Capt. Torres de Navarra)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 249, Aug. 15, 1952 (Weeka No. 33 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Emilio Ochoa; Urgency Court investigates conspiracy by Carlos Prio, Roberto Agramonte, Carlos Hevia, Aureliano Sanchez Arango and Rafael Garcia Barcena; FEU; Manuel Antonio de Varona; Jorge Mañach; Pedro Iglesias Betancourt; Ramon Grau San Martin willing to discuss with Batista a resolution to the political situation; Santiago Rey a Batista collaborator who was once Grau's right hand man; Carlos Saladrigas; former Communists Raul Lorenzo and Eusebio Mujal; Jose A. Mendigutia; Enrique Luis Varela; Eduardo Chibas; Dr. Joaquin Meyer; Rancho Boyeros; San Antonio de los Baños)

Department of State Memorandum of Telephone Conversation, Aug. 15, 1952 (Cuban Request for CAA Expert for New International Airport; Dr. Espinosa; John L. Topping; Union of airport workers at Rancho Boyeros)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 255, Aug. 18, 1952 (Reported Merger of Three Cuban Airlines; Expreso Aereo Inter-Americano; Cuba Aeropostal; Aerovias "Q"; Minin Bujones; Rafael "Pilin" Mendoza; Carlos Musso; Gustavo Alfonso; Col. Manuel Quevedo Jaureguizar; Anselmo Alliegro)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 48, Aug. 21, 1952 (Commercial Airlines Ordered to Cease All Operations at Military Airports; Aerovias Q; Cuba Aeropostal; Col. Manuel Quevedo Jaureguizar; Capt. Gustavo Alfonso)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 48, Aug. 22, 1952 (Mario Kuchilan Kidnapped and Beaten by unknown Assailants; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Anibal Escalante; Jose Pardo Llada; Rafael Garcia Barcena; Luis Orlando Rodriguez; Luis Ortega; Manuel Ugalde Carrillo; Eufemio Fernandez; Rolando Masferrer)

Department of State Memorandum of Telephone Conversation, Aug. 25, 1952 (Request of Cuban aviation workers for support of A.F. of L. in opposition to transfer of national airport from Rancho Buyeros to San Antonio de los Baños; Calixto Sanchez Whyte; Serafino Romualdi)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 314, Aug. 29, 1952 (Judicial Proceedings Against Arrested Ortodoxo Party Leaders; Emilio Ochoa; Roberto Agramonte; Jose Pardo Llada; Max Lesnick)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 317, Aug. 29, 1952 (Weeka No. 33 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Emilio Ocha arrested for inciting rebellion on TV program; Eduardo Chibas commemoration; Jose Pardo Llada; Roberto Agramonte; Mario Kuchilan attacked by SIM agents; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; ex-soldier Jose Luis Hernandez offering UN 2,000 volunteers to fight in Korea; Gen. Luis Robaina Piedra)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 347, Sept. 5, 1952 (Communism: Conversation With Minister of Information Ernesto de la Fe)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 353, Sept. 5, 1952 (Cuban Airline Negotiating for Bank Loan; Sergio Clark)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 364, Sept. 9, 1952 (President Batista's September 4 "Soldiers' Day" Speech; Prio Planned to Stage a Coup; Carlos Hevia; Guillermo Alonso Pujol; Juan J. Remos; Jose Garcia Montes; Justo Luis del Pozo; Anselmo Alliegro)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 369, Sept. 9, 1952 (Union Blames Contrabans for Textile Unemployment; Jesus Portocarrero; Pascasio Linares; Aerovias "Q"; Aeropostal; Rancho Boyeros; Airport Workers' Union; Eusebio Mujal)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 379, Sept. 10, 1952 (New Rent Control Proposal Becomes Major Political Issue; CTC Eusebio Mujal; FEU; Bloque Obrero; Jesus Portocarrero; Justo Luis Pozo; Santiago Rey Pernas; Andres Domingo Morales del Castillo)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 154, Sept. 11, 1952 (Hoy; Jesus Artigas resigns CTC Executive Board)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 396, Sept. 12, 1952 (Weeka No. 37 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Rent control mass protest; CTC; Eusebio Mujal; FEU; Hoy; Emilio Ochoa acquitted of inciting to rebellion and fined $1,000; Roberto Agramonte; Manuel Alvarez Diaz; Jose Raul Soberon; Waldo Perez Almaguer; Miguel Mesa; Cirilo Bugallo Blanco; Francisco Batista Zaldivar; Orencio Rodriguez Jimenez; Raul Masvidal Marin; Carlos Prio denies intention of perpetrating a coup; Guillermo Alonso Pujol; Anselmo Alliegro Mila; Luis F. Caiñas Milanes; Ernesto de la Fe; Manuel Antonio de Varona; Movimiento Nacional de Recuperacion Autentica of Arturo Hernandez Tellaheche; Ramon Grau San Martin declares he will participate in 1953 elections; CTC march; Artuo Mañas; Jorge Barroso; Manolo Rasco; Victor Perez; Lawrence Myers; Luis Chiappy; Taxes to be collected for construction of the Plaza of the Republic and Marti monument)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 403, Sept. 15, 1952 (300,000 Attend Government-Sponsored "Protest" Rally; CTC: Eusebio Mujal)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 428, Sept. 19, 1952 (Weeka No. 38 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Sept. 12 labor parade; National Federation of Sugar Workers protests against the 325-pound sugar bag; Charco Redondo manganese properties; Luis Chiappy; Textile Workers Federation; Luis Machado)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 430, Sept. 19, 1952 (Local Press Reaction to Death of Cuban in Korea; Isaac Bondar; Hoy)

Department of State Memorandum of Meeting, Sept. 22, 1952 (Establishment of an International Airport at Batista Field in Havana; Nicolas Arroyo; Dr. Jorge Cubas; Dr. Espinosa; Frank Stone; George Clark; John Topping; Joan Stacy; Gerald W. Russell)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 435, Sept. 22, 1952 (Decree Authorizes Payment of $366,000 to British Firm on Behalf of Autobuses Modernos, S.A.; Leyland Motors; William D. Pawley; Autobuses Modernos)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 444, Sept. 23, 1952 (Havana-Miami Airplane Excursion Fare Abolished)

John L. Topping, Department of State Office Memorandum, to Roy Rubottom, Sept. 26, 1952 (Summary Statement of Relations Between the United States and Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 483, Sept. 29, 1952 (Ex-President Prio Reported to Be Planning Armed Uprising; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Eufemio Fernandez Ortega; Jesus Gonzalez Cartas; Arturo Hernandez Tellaheche; Emilio Ochoa; Rolando Masferrer; Francisco Tabernilla)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 500, Oct. 2, 1952 (Sugar Labor Leader Comments on Industry's Current Problems; Jose Luis Martinez; National Federation of Sugar Workers (FNTA); Eusebio Mujal; CTC; Bloque Obrero of PAU;

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 510, Oct. 3, 1952 (Weeka No. 40 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Henequen workers strike; Eusebio Mujal; Pascacio Linera; Tiempo; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Eufemio Fernandez Ortega; Jesus Gonzalez Cartas; Manuel Antonio de Varona; Rafael Tacoronte; Roberto Agramonte; FEU; Rafael Trejo; Emilio Ochoa; Eusebio Mujal would not rejoin Autenticos, denies connections with Grau, continues forming Labor Party; Cuban Navy purchases two PBY5As and have five Stearman trainers; new law-decree on rent control; Guantanamo Sugar Company; Dr. Guerra Sanchez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 132, Oct. 10, 1952 (Ricardo Artigas Arvelo)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 561, Oct. 14, 1952 (Transmitting Annual Report of Compañía Cubana de Aviacion)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 573, Oct. 15, 1952 (Presentation of U.S. Flag to Ambassador Beaulac; Leoncio Serpa; Mario Camara Orta; Pablo Lavin; Jesus Melon Ramos; Julio Cesar Portela)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 574, Oct. 15, 1952 (Ex-Vice President Guillermo Alonso Pujol Describes Batista's Plan to Overthrow Prio)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 607, Oct. 22, 1952 (Ex-President Prio Considers Himself President Until Successor Is Elected; Antonio Llano Montes)

Letter from Irving Schwartz to the Secretary of State, Oct. 17, 1952 (Irving Shwartz SIM investigator)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 706, Nov. 6, 1952 (Carlos Saladrigas Appointment May Mean New Labor Policies; Jesus Portocarrero; Eusebio Mujal; CTC; Hoy; Spruille Braden; Henequen dispute; Retirement fund strife; Autobuses Modernos and United Railways)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 728, Nov. 7, 1952 (Cuban Television Stations in Operation and in Construction)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 736, Nov. 12, 1952 (ORIT Official Indicates Dissatisfaction With Aguirre's Leadership; Angel Bravo; CTC; Serafino Romualdi; Schwarz; Jose Luis Martinez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 777, Nov. 17, 1952 (Habana Airport Developments; Jose Lopez Vilaboy; Sergio Clark)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 780, Nov. 18, 1952 (Government Orders Introduction of 250-pound Sugar Bag)

Harvey R. Wellman, Department of State, Memorandum, to Asst. Secretary of State Edward G. Miller, Jr., Nov. 19, 1952 (Activities in the United States of Ex-President Carlos Prio Socarras of Cuba; Luis Machado)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 273, Nov. 21, 1952 (Eusebio Mujal statement)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 834, Nov. 24, 1952 (Cuban Labor Leaders Disavow Argentine-Sponsored Labor Conference; Eusebio Mujal; CTC; Angel Cofiño; Francisco Aguirre; ORIT)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 878, Dec. 1, 1952 (Batista Administration: Analysis of Present Strength; Retirement of General Jorge Garcia Tuñon; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Carlos Saladrigas; Eusebio Mujal; CTC)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 907, Dec. 5, 1952 (Joint Weeka No. 49 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; 1952 Electoral Code; Ramon Grau San Martin; PAU; Rolando Masferrer awarded the Order of Carlos Finlay; Ernesto de la Fe; Eusebio Mujal; Ramon Vasconcelos; Carlos Prio's property released from protective custody; retirement of Brig. Gen. Jorge Garcia Tuñon; Col. Manuel Larrubia Paneque; Col. Damaso Sogo Hernandez; Col. Pilar Garcia Garcia; Col. Leopoldo Perez Coujil; Lt. Col. Pedro Garcia Tuñon also being retired)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 914, Dec. 9, 1952 (Varadero International Airport to be Inaugurated December 15, 1952; Fulgencop Batista; Royce Kunze; E. L. Jett; Compañía Cubana de Aviación)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 962, Dec. 17, 1952 (Peronista Followers Expelled from CTC; Fernando Perez Vidal; Luis Vega Suarez; Accion Revolucionaria Guiteras (ARG); Autobuses Modernos; Marco A. Hirigoyen; Aurelio Ramas; Placido Hernandez; Mario Barrera; Francisco Aguirre; ORIT)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 979, Dec. 19, 1952 (Joint Weeka No. 51 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Ortodoxo and Autentico manifestos on Electoral Code; Ortodoxo Youth anti-government street manifestation; Eufemio Fernandez; Rafael Salas Cañizares; Admiral Jose Rodriguez Calderon; Jose Pardo Llada news program suspended; CTC receives $100,000 from National Lottery to complete their headquarters building; 15 alternate members named to the Consultive Council; Hoy; Roberto Leonardo Roque Nuñez; Compañia Cubana de Aviacion will inaugurate next month the Havana-Varadero-Miami route)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 998, Dec. 23, 1952 (Arrest on Conspiracy Charges of Retired Cuban Naval Officers and Reaction to Mamaroneck Arms Seizure; Jorge Felipe Agostini Villasana)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1002, Dec. 24, 1952 (Joint Weeka No. 52 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Ten former Cuban Naval officers arrested; arms cache discovered in Mamaroneck, N.Y.; Francisco Aguirre removed as Secretary General of ORIT; CTC; Roberto Agramonte; Manuel Antonio de Varona; Roberto Leonardo Roque Nuñez returned to Havana and imprisoned in La Cabaña; Ernesto J. Usatorres Ubieta)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1055, Jan. 9, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 2 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Three separate shootings in Havana leave seven dead; Salvador Esteva Lora; Carlos Prio; Ramon Gray San Martin inscribes PRC-A under the Electoral Code; Jose Pardo Llada splits the Ortodoxo Party; Army Air Force Table Organization)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1100, Jan. 16, 1953 (Student Riots Quelled By Police and Firemen; Julio Antonio Mella; Emilio Ochoa; Jose Pardo Llada; Partido Accion Progresista; Guillermo Aparicio Garces; Roberto Garcia Fernandez; Erasmo Gomez; Alfredo Esquivel; Max Lesnick; Jose M. Aguilera; Humberto Nignau; Jose Iglesias Lastra; Ignacio Gonzalez de Mendoza; Francsico Maldonado; Ernesto Stock; Alvaro Barba; Wilfredo Ventura; Orlando Ventura; Angel Lara; Antonio Benales; Ruben Batista)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1059, Jan. 12, 1953 (Detention of Autentico Leader, Tony Varona)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1096, Jan. 16, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 3 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; FEU protest after Mella bust defiled; Alvaro Barba; Emilio Ochoa; Jose Pardo Llada; Batista announces he will be PAP candidate in November presidential elections; Ramon Vasconcelos home pipe bombed; Salvador Esteva Lora; Edith Garcia Buchaca; Nicolas Guillen; Salvador Garcia Aguero)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1117, Jan. 20, 1953 (Cuban organizations sponsor ceremony of Cuban-American friendship; Cosme de la Torriente; Dr. Antonio Martinez Fraga; William Belt; Luis Machado)

Letters from Eliseo Riera Gomez to the Department of State, President Eisenhower, and the Attorney General, Jan. 20 to June 4, 1953

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1147, Jan. 23, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 4 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Five national parties, in addition to Grau´s PRC-A, petition to organize: Batista's Partido Accion Progresista; Rafael Guas Inclan's Partido Liberal; Eusebio Mujal's Partido Laborista; Partido Democratas; Partido Avance Nacional; Elias Manuel Garcia Busto arrested for Mamaroneck seizure; police seize a clandestine radio transmitter in a home in Havana; Carlos Prio accuses Batista of secret cooperation with the Communists; Minister of Justice Miguel Angel Cespedes resigns; Gaston Godoy y Loret de Mola; Justo Garcia Rayneri; SIM breaks up Communist meeting; Anibal Escalante)

Department of State, Memorandum from Harvey R. Wellman to Anderson, Jan. 23, 1953 (Communist Activity Among Chinese in Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1149, Jan. 26, 1953 (Reported Intention of Authorities to Close Communist Party Offices; Anibal Escalante; Cesar Escalante; Cesar Vilar; Carlos Fernandez; Jose Miguel Espino; Antonio Perez; Manuel Almuiñas; Oscar Varela; Ramon Puertas; Pedro Serviat)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1203, Feb. 4, 1953 (High Court Rules Against Payment of Union Dues by Employers; Eusebio Mujal; CTC; FNTA; Conrado Rodriguez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1209, Feb. 5, 1953 (Proposed Bilateral Air Transport Agreement; Antonio Acosta; Mario Haedo; Dr. Pablo Carrera Justiz; Dr. Nemesio Ledo; Carlos Parraga)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1213, Feb. 5, 1953 (Government Donates $100,000 to CTC; Orlando Gomez; Carlos Prio; Eusebio Mujal; Partido Laborista)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1216, Feb. 6, 1953 (New FEU Officers and FEU Program of Opposition to Batista; Joaquin Pelaez Canellada; Alvaro Barba; Jose Hidalgo Peraza; Francisco Alvarez; Gaston del Pino; Omar Castañeda Cifuentes; Jose Fernandez Beceiro; Antonio Rabasa; Carolina Comesañas; Benigno Hernandez; Matias Varas; German More; Danilo Baeza; Agustin Valero; Armando Fleites)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1221, Feb. 6, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 6 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Yacht BBonita; Tulio Prieto; Wilhelm Sparr; Guido Gonzalez de Bustamante; Raul Rodriguez; Jose V. Sanchez (Aureliano Sanchez Arango); pilot Edward William Murphy; $100,000 Government donation to the CTC; Raul G. Menocal; Roberto Agramonte; Emilio Ochoa; Radiobroadcasting Law; Raids by the SIM on Communist activities; Josephine Baker arrived in Havana)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1266, Feb. 13, 1953 (Communist Press Protests Confiscation of Passports of Cuban Communists; Hoy; La Ultima Hora; Nicolas Guillen)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1271, Feb. 13, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 7 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Ruben Batista died; Trujillo warns of Caribbean Legion activities; Guatemala; Mexico warns Romulo Gallegos and Carlos Prio not to use their territory as a base of operations for revolutionary activities; Raul Lorenzo Ruiz; Oscar de la Torre; Carlos Fernandez Campos; Miguel Suarez Fernandez; Josephine Baker; Rosenbergs presidential clemency denied)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1278, Feb. 13, 1953 (Alleged Plans for Revolt Activities Against Batista Regime; Raul Osegueda; Caribbean Legion; Miguel Angel Ramirez; Carlos Prio; Enrique C. Henriquez; Rafael Garcia Barcena; Benito Coquet)

Harvey R. Wellman, Department of State, Memorandum, to Holmes, Feb. 17, 1953 (Correspondence from Mr. Rogelio de la Rua, Havana, Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1317, Feb. 20, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 8 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Ruben Batista funeral; university autonomy; FEU; Federico Fernandez Casas; Roberto Agramonte; Emilio Ochoa; Miguel A. Suarez Fernandez; Carlos A. Fernandez Campos; Raul Lorenzo Ruiz; Enrique Saladrigas; Josephine Baker; Eulogio Cantillo Porras; Carlos Tabernilla; Cuban sugar crop restricted to 5,000,000 Spanish long tons; all but 9 of the 161 mills in operation)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1328, Feb. 25, 1953 (Cuban Cabinet Changes; Miguel A. Suarez Fernandez; Carlos A. Fernandez Campos; Jose Pardo Jimenez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1334, Feb. 26, 1953 (Closing the Havana Herald; Amadeo Barletta, Jr.; Francis McCarthy; The Havana Post; Clara Park Pessino)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1337, Feb. 26, 1953 (Ceremony of Cuban-American Friendship Sponsored by Cuban Organizations; Miguel Angel de la Campa; Luis Machado; Willard L. Beaulac; Willam A. Campbell)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1338, Feb. 26, 1953 (Cuban Government to Study Anti-Communist Legislation; Luis Ortega; FEU; Hoy)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1343, Feb. 27, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 9 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Two men wounded near university; police shootout with Orlando Leon Lemus; FEU invites Roberto Agramonte, Tony Varona and Juan Marinello, Jose R. Andreu, Nicolas Castellanos and Ramon Zaydin to discuss elections scheduled for November; Batista directed three Cabinet Ministers to draft legislation to curb Communist activities)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1366, March 4, 1953 (CTC Leader Approves Postponement of Cuban Elections; Eusebio Mujal)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1367, March 4, 1953 (Transmitting Copy of Draft Proposed Decree Covering Nicaro Operation as Amended by the Cuban Ministry of State; Andres Vargas Gomez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1380, March 6, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 10 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; death of Joseph Stalin; postponement of elections scheduled for November 1953 to June 1, 1954; Rafael Guas Inclan of the Liberal Party and Eusebio Mujal of the new Labor Party expressed approval of the postponement; Ramon Grau especially bitter in his disapproval; FEU attempt for unified opposition opposed by Tony Varona, Roberto Agramonte and Emilio Ochoa opposed to cooperation with Communist Party; Blas Roca returned from extended stay in Europe where he attended XIX Congress of the Russian Communist Party and Vienna Peace Congress, briefly arrested by SIM on arrival)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1385, March 9, 1953 (Cuban Views Regarding Proposed Bilateral Air Transport Agreement)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1419, March 12, 1953 (Further Reaction's to Stalin's Death; Juan Luis Martin; Rolando Masferrer; Francisco Pares; Jose Maria Capo; Raul Roa)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1440, March 16, 1953 (Government Action Against Communist Magazine La Ultima Hora)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1475, March 20, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 12 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Federico Fernandez Casas registered the Partido Ortodoxo under the Electoral Code of 1952; the Emilio Ochoa faction immediately expelled his group; Roberto Agramonte faction not yet committed; Jose Pardo Llada suspended from radio; Emilio Ochoa and Jose Pardo Llada detained in Santiago and taken to Holguin; Ramon Grau San Martin appeared on Meet the Press; Japanese Trade Delegation in Havana; La Ultima Hora raided and wrecked by police; Major General Roger Ramey and Major General Robert Walsh, US Air Force, awarded Cuban Order of Military Merit)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1481, March 23, 1953 (Pan American Airways Is Reported To Be Considering the Sale of Its Stock In Compañía Cubana de Aviacion; Sergio Clark; Lorenzo Portillo)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1524, March 30, 1953 (Alabama Historical Association Unveils Plaque to William Rufus King; Dr. Jose A. Treserra; Dr. Manuel Alvarez; Dr. Fernando L. Villar; Thomas W. Palmer; Henry P. Johnston; Laurie Battle; Lister Hill)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1552, April 2, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 14 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Cosme de la Torriente; Blas Roca; Communist labor leaders address open letter to CTC proposing joint celebration May First)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1556, April 6, 1953 (Revolutionary Uprising Claimed Frustrated By Authorities; Eva Jimenez Ruiz; Rafael Garcia Barcena)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1581, April 10, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 15 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Arrest of Rafael Garcia Barcena; Arrest and release of Jose Pardo Llada; Carlos Prio; John Moors Cabot visited Havana; Julio Vega Battle, Dominican Ambassador in Havana; Humberto del Pino, Chilean Ambassador in Havana; Anibal Escalante; Guatemala)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1618, April 16, 1953 (Labor Leaders' Comments Regarding the Strained Relations Between the Cuban CTC and ORIT; Ernst Schwarz; International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU); Luis Alberto Monge; Eusebio Mujal; John L. Lewis; George Meany; Jacob Potofsky)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1634, April 20, 1953 (Cuban Nationals Acquire Control of Compañía Cubana de Aviacion; Pan American Airways; Eusebio Delfin; Lorenzo G. del Portillo)

Earl T. Cain, U.S. Embassy Havama, letter to John L. Topping, Department of State, April 20, 1953 (U.S.-Cuba-Relations; Platt Amendment; Communists and Batista; economy; Caribbean Legion; Guantamano naval base; Carlos Saladrigas)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1668, April 24, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 17 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; PAP and Liberal Party agree on coalition; CTC announces May First celebrations to be held indoors to avoid disturbances; FEU invites workers to rally at the university; Hoy intensifies call for united front demonsration and parade on May First; Guatemala; Lazaro Peña; Agapito Figueroa; Francisco Lopez; Jose Morera Perez; Horacio Fuentes; CTAL; Communists try to infiltrate VIII National Congress of the CTC; Inter-American Association of Broadcasters; Lt. Col. Felipe A. de la Catazus Pazos)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1690, April 29, 1953 (First Cuban Underwater Vehicular Tunnel Inaugurated)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1697, April 30, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 18 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Batista and his Cabinet invited to CTC meeting; FEU rally; trial of Rafael Garcia Barcena; Manuel Antonio de Varona in Miami meeting; Jose Pardo Llada)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1726, May 7, 1953 (Reports From Mexico Regarding Arrests of Cubans Said to Be Revolutionaries; Eufemio Fernandez Ortega; Segundo Curti; Oscar Diaz; Juan Rios Montenegro; Candido de la Torre; Caribbean Legion)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1740, May 8, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 19 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; CTC VIII National Labor Convention; Eusebio Mujal; Jose Perez Gonzalez; PAU, succeeded by PAP, filed to form a party under the old PAU name; FEU rally; Ramon Hermida; Rafael Garcia Barcena trial; Carlos Saladrigas; Arsenio Gonzalez Gonzalez; Mutual Assistance Agreement; Capt. Nicolas Cartaya Gomez; Jose M. Rodriguez Hernandez; Jose Rodriguez Calderon)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1769, May 13, 1953 (Communist Daily Newspaper Increases Its Size; La Ultima Hora; Hoy circulation 3,000)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1795, May 15, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 20 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Labor cuts to rehabilitate Autobuses Modernos; Aureliano Sanchez Arango, Enrique C. Henriquez and Miguel Angel Ramirez request to see Guatemalan President Jacobo Arbenz; Senator Joseph McCarthy visits Havana; new Dominican Ambassador Julio Vega Battle; Cuba-West Germany commercial agreement; Hoy; La Ultima Hora changed from weekly to monthly; clandestine incetement to revolt; Ramon Hermida prohibits showing newsreels on Sunday; Juan Luis Martin; Nestor Suarez Feliu; Aviation Cadets go to US; May 17 designated Pilot's Day in Cuba.

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1820, May 22, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 20 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Revolt rumors of Autentico and Ortodoxo uprising led by Feliciano Maderne to occur in late July or early August; Emilio Ochoa; Pelayo Cuervo; Easter Sunday conspiracy trial sentences; Rafael Garcia Barcena; William N. Oatis)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1832, May 25, 1953 (Jose Manuel Fidalgo Rodriguez, Stoaway Arrival in New York; Nestor Suarez Feliu; Lauro Blanco)

U.S. Embassy Guatemala, Despatch 1036, May 26, 1953 (Arrival in Guatemala of Eufemio Fernandez)

Department of State Memorandum from Orray Taft, Jr. to John Topping, May 26, 1953 (Status of Manuel Garcia; Mamaroneck, NY; Batista informant)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1843, May 27, 1953 (Verdict in Easter Sunday Conspiracy Trial and Trouble-Charged Student Reaction; Rafael Garcia Barcena; FEU)

Harvey R. Wellman, Department of State, Memorandum, to Thomas C. Mann, May 27, 1953 (Ramiro Arango y Alsina; Unfavorable Reports; Joise Alvarez Borges)

Carlos Hevia, "Batista and Communism," to John M. Cabot, Assistant Secretary of State, May 28, 1953

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1864, May 29, 1953 (Reorganization of Compañía Cubana de Aviacion; Eusebio Delfin; Sergio Clark; Erwin Balluder; Edwin Drescher; Mario J. Martinez; Jose M. Casanova; Carlos Parraga; Jose Martinez Ortiz; Antonio Garcia Hernandez; Roberto Millar; Eugenio Forns; Arturo Bengochea; Wilbur L. Morrison; Ignacio G. Mendoza; Warren Pine; Juan de Zarraga; Raul Rivero; Frank P. Powers; Andres Garcia de la Torre; Quirino Uria Lopez; Rafael Dominguez; Luis Carvajal Valle; Ignacio Martinez Ibor; Rogelio Valmaña Mujica)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1865, May 29, 1953 ("Meet the Press" Television Interview of Pelayo Cuervo Navarro)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1870, May 29, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 22 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Revolt rumors; Autentico-Ortodoxo meeting to be held in Montreal due to inability of some participants to obtain US visas; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Pelayo Cuervo on "Meet the Press"; School of Medicine police shooting with minor consequences; Pablo Carrera Justiz; Rafael J. Diaz Balart; Cooperativa Omnibus Aliados; Francisco Palomares; Francisco Perez Vidal; ATLAS; CTC; World Congress of Women; Zoila Castellanos; Helena Gil; Eloisa Moran; Magdalena Serra; Aurelia Restaño; Candelaria Rodriguez; Amalia Calvo Garcia; Hoy; Domingo Villamil; Newsreel censorship rescinded; Ramon O. Hermida; John Moors Cabot; Nestor Suarez Feliu)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1880, June 1, 1953 (Montreal Meeting of Cuban Opposition Leaders. Canadian Embassy Expresses Interest)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1881, June 1, 1953 (Ramiro Arango Alsina)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1901, June 3, 1953 (Montreal Meeting of Cuban Opposition Leaders. "Insurrection Plot." Attitude of Canadian Government)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1904, June 4, 1953 (Army Attache Report on Probabilities of Success of an Attempted Invasion of Cuba; Col. Vincent M. Elmore)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1910, June 5, 1953 (Manifiesto Issued By Opposition Leaders at Montreal; Delfin H. Pupo; Guillermo Espinosa)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1914, June 5, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 23 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Autentico-Ortodoxo meeting at Montreal; Roberto Agramonte; Ramon Grau San Martin; Tiempo story of invasion from Yucatan by Prio; Amnesty Law-Decree of June 1; Meet the Press program suspended; Luis Ortega new editor of Pueblo nespaper former columnist in Prensa Libre; Commodore Pedro M. de la Concepcion Portuondo; Capt. Jose M. Rodriguez Hernandez; Gumersindo Fernandez Febles; Manuel F. Alvarez Llaneras; Miguel Pons Goizueta; Ramiro A. Rodriguez Palau; Rear Admiral Jose E. Rodriguez Calderon)

Department of State Memorandum, June 8, 1953 (Herbert Matthews; Dr. Roscoe Hill)

U.S. Consul General Montreal, Despatch 397, June 8, 1953 (Declaration of Cuban Opposition Conference at Montreal; Ramiro Arango Alsina; Jose Pardo Llada; Prio "is intellectually and morally small")

Department of State Letter to Officer in Charge of American Mission in Havana, June 8, 1953 (Jews in Cuba are Being Called in and Registered by the Servicio de Inteligencia Militar SIM)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1941, June 11, 1953 (Reported Efforts to Form New Political Party Inclined Toward Argentina; Alfredo Hornedo Suarez; Oscar Gans Martinez; Eugenio de Sosa Chabau; Raul de Cardenas Echarte; Ricardo Nuñez Portuondo; Oscar B. Cintas; Amadeo Barletta; Rolando Masferrerñ Nestor Suarez Feliu; Cepero Bonilla)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1945, June 12, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 24 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Autentico-Ortodoxo Montreal meeting participants return to Havana; Increased military security measures at Camp Columbia; Juan Marinello leaves for Vienna; Cuban Air Force personnel trained at Albrook AFB Panama to over 100 students)

Department of State, Memorandum, Neal to Asst. Secretary of State Jack Moors Cabot, June 16, 1953 (Position of the Cuban Government With Respect to Communism; Carlos Hevia)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1965, June 17, 1953 (Anti-Batista Propaganda Depicts Government as Facilitating Communism and Causing Anti-Americanism)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1973, June 18, 1953 (Activities of Cuban Opposition Leaders Following Montreal Meeting. Local Reaction; Manuel Antonio de Varona; Emilio Ochoa; Jose Pardo Llada; Jose Rubio Padilla; Raul de Juan; Javier Lescano; Aracelio Azcuy; Antonio Santiago; Guillermo Alonso Pujol; Nicolas Castellanos; Antonio Llano Montes; Ramiro Arango Alsina; Pelayo Cuervo; Roberto Agramonte; Isidro Figueroa)

Department of State Memorandum of Conversation, Luis Alberto Monge, Jose Luis Martinez, Domingo Lamadriz, Sergio Pons Rivera, June 18, 1953 (Presentation of Memorandum from Cuban Confederation of Labor; Eusebio Mujal; CTC; Serafino Romualdi; Ernst Scwartz; Robert F. Woodward; John T. Fishburn; ORIT; Milton Eisenhower)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1981, June 19, 1953 (Transmitting AAA Opposition Pamphlet)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1983, June 19, 1953 (Alleged Efforts of "Montreal Conspirators" to Purchase Armament Reported By Pro-Government Alerta; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Rafael Izquierdo; Manuel Antonio de Varona; Emilio Ochoa; Jose Rubio Padilla)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1992, June 19, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 25 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Aftermath of Montreal meeting; Roberto Agramonte; Ramon Grau San Martin; articles by Alerta and Vision of imminent revolutionary attempt; Camp Columbia guard precautions; Capt. Pedro M. Delgado Vazquez, Cuban military attache to Guatemala; Capt. Leopoldo Infante Fernandez; Roberto Carrillo Castillo; Santiago Castillo Oquendo)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2012, June 23, 1953 (Interview With Carlos Prio on Autentico-Ortodoxo Montreal Meeting; Cosme de la Torriente; Roberto Agramonte; Ramon Grau San Martin; Communist Party)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2019, June 24, 1953 ("Vision" Magazine and Batista Comments on Revolution Article)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2037, June 26, 1953 (Reported Arrest of Aureliano Sanchez Arango in Jamaica)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2038, June 26, 1953 (Vision article on Revolution in Cuba; Guatemala; Raul Osegueda; Carlos Hevia; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Carlos Prio; Dynamite seizure; Pelayo Cuervo; Liberal Party; CTC; Eusebio Mujal; Jose Luis Martinez; Francisco Aguirre; ORIT; Rosenberg Execution)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 4, July 1, 1953 (Miami Herald interview with President Batista; George Beebe)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 15, July 3, 1953 (Compañia Cubana de Aviacion and Pan American Airways to Separate Their Activities in Havana and Miami; Warren A. Pine, Jr.; Jose L. Proenza; Marshall Sinclair)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 19, July 3, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 27 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Col. Carlos Mendieta calls for general elections; Roberto Agramonte; Carlos Prio announced he would not return to Cuba while Batista remained as dictator; Batista replied that "no major revolt" would break out in Cuba; Incident at Maval Headquarters June 27; Eusebio Mujal departs for ICFTU Conference in Stockholm with CTC delegation; Marcos Hirigoyen in exile in London will attend conference; Six Communits selected to the Executive Committee of the Tobacco Workers Federation; Cuban head of ATLAS, Fernando Perez Vidal, returns to Havana; Jose Maria Capo; Ecuadorean Ambassador Jorge Villagomez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 24, July 6, 1953 (Transmitting Naval Attache Report on Incident at Cuban Navy Headquarters June 27; Commodore Rodriguez Hernandez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 25, July 6, 1953 (Transmitting copies of Clandestine Opposition Publication "Liberacion")

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 38, July 7, 1953 (Bohemia Interview with Colonel Tabernilla on "The 'Invasion of Country XXVI': Cuba")

Department of State Memorandum of Conversation, Eusebio Mujal, Francisco Aguirre, John T. Fishburn, July 23, 1953 (Communist Influence in the Tobacco Workers Federation)

U.S. Consul General Montreal, Despatch 12, July 10, 1953 (Aureliano Sanchez Arango Not Believed to Have Been at Montreal Political Meeting; William Espinosa y Dominguez; Ramiro Arango Alsina)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 98, July 14, 1953 (Rumored Invasion Attempt July 16)

Harvey R. Wellman, Department of State, Memorandum, to Neal, Burrows and Woodward, July 16, 1953 (Evaluation of Political Situation Deteriorating)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 155, July 24, 1953 (Publication in Cuba of Dept's Letter Re Pro-Communist Charges Against Batista; Rafael Angel Aguirre Recurrel; Primitivo Ramirez Medina; Guillermo Perez Lamy; Eliseo Riera Gomez; PAU Leaders Protest Allegation that Party is Pro-Communist; Visit of Rafael A. Aguirre)

Department of State Memorandum of Conversation, July 25, 1953 (Luncheon Conference with Ambassador Concheso; Political Situation and Possible Political Settlement in Cuba; Communist Influence in Cuba; Revolutionary Activities of Cuban Exiles in the United States)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegrams 15-20, July 26-27, 1953 (Attack on First Regiment Headquarters at Santiago)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 162, July 27, 1953 (Closure of Communist Newspaper Hoy; La Ultima Hora)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 165, July 28, 1953 (Attacks Against Armed Forces in Santiago de Cuba and Bayamo; Abel Santamaria; Batista speech July 27, 1953)

Department of State, Memorandum, John T. Fishburn to Ambassador Arthur Gardner, July 28, 1953 (Notes on Cuban Labor; Eusebio Mujal; CTC; Vicente Rubiera; Angel Cofiño; ICFTU; ORIT; Francisco Aguirre)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 173, July 29, 1953 (Suspension of Constitutional Guarantees as a Result of Attacks on Armed Forces)

Department of State Memorandum, July 29, 1953 (Possible Prosecution of Cuban Exiles)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 179, July 30, 1953 (Santiago de Cuba Incident: Minister of State Alleges Part of Arms Cache Came from United States. . .Emilio Ochoa Still Under Arrest. . .Communist Documents Found on Participants)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 181, July 30, 1953 (President Prio Denies Complicity in Santiago de Cuba Disturbances)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 191, July 31, 1953 (Santiago de Cuba Incident: Conversation With Ambassador Aurelio Fernandez Concheso RE Communist/Ortodoxo Participation in the Attack and RE Case of Commander Gumersindo Fernandez Febles; Juan Marinello; Emilio Ochoa; Fidel Castro; Rafael Diaz Balart; Abel Santamaria; Accion Revolucionaria Guiteras; Renato Guitart)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 193, July 31, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 31 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Attacks on Armed Forces in Oriente Province; Carlos Prio; Emilio Ochoa; Aureliano Sanches Arango; Juan Marinello; Blas Roca; Jose Pardo Llada; student leader Fidel Castro; Roberto Agramonte; Ramon Zaydin; Pelayo Cuervo; Batista speech regarding attacks; Suspension of Constitutional Guarantees; Imposition of Censorship; Ships stopped at sea; Cabinet changes Mariano Lopez Blanco; Gustavo Gutierrez; Enrique Saladrigas; Jose Elias Olivella; Pablo Carrera Justiz; Rafael Guas Inclan; Partido Accion Progresista; Rafael Diaz Balart; Raul Acosta Rubio; Communist newspaper Hoy closed; Retired Brigadier General Jorge Garcia Tuñon and brother Pedro released after being arrested for a week in relation to Santiago uprising; Lt. Carlos Manuel Porfirio Rodriguez Alonso; Commander Gumersindo Fernandez Febles retired after Santiago attack; Capt. Nicolas Cartaya Gomez; Air activities during uprising)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 213, Aug. 4, 1953 (Changes in Cuban Cabinet and Subcabinet; Marino Lopez Blanco; Gustavo Gutierrez Sanchez; Enrique Saladrigas Zayas; Jose Elias Olivella Lastra; Pablo Carrera Justiz y Fernandez de Velasco; Rafael Guas Inclan; Rafael Diaz Balart; Santiago C. Rey Perna; Rafael Perez y Gonzalez Muñoz; Carlos A. Fernandez Campos; Cesar E. Camacho Covani; Radio Cremata Valdes; Alfredo Botet y Dubois; Raul Acosta Rubio; Carlos J. Smith Leal)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 227, Aug. 7, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 32 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Aftermath of Attacks on Armed Forces; Army showing no quarter to captured attackers; Fidel Castro assumed full responsibility; Social Defense Code; Communist reaction to government repressive measures; PSP; Hoy; Sale of Sugar to Russia; Raul Lorenzo; Gustavo Gutierrez; Joaquin Martinez Saenz; Juan Felix Manuel Rolando Rodriguez Alonso; Commander Julio Feijoo; Commander Gumersindo Fernandez Febles)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 242, Aug. 11, 1953 (Public Order Law; Its First Application is Against Communists; Jaime Mas Hernandez; Israel Perera Garcia; Hoy; Ultima Hora; Juan Marinello; Blas Roca; Anibal Escalante; Lenin book of Moncada attacker)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 258, Aug. 14, 1953 (Access Restricted: Information on Cardenal Manuel Arteaga and arrest of Lt. Col. Miguel A. Matamoros y Valle; army state of readiness)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 258, Aug. 18, 1953 (Transmitting Clandestine Opposition Publication With Interview With Jose Duarte Oropesa)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 298, Aug. 21, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 34 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Court Rejects Unconstitutionality appeal; FEU officers tried by Urgency Court, all acquitted except FEU president Joaquin Pelaez; Issue of Vision seized by the SIM; Campaign depicting Batista as Pro-Communist; Blas Roca; Juan Marinello; Anibal Escalante; Cuban ship "20 de Mayo" will arrive in Norfolk, capitaned by Lt. Jose P. Fernandez Saburit; Lt. Col. Miguel A. Matamoros y Valle still confined [Protested the accidental death of pilot Emilio Perez Piloto])

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 344, Aug. 28, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 35 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Cuba request for arms under MDAP; Ex-officials of Prio administration indicted for $15.5 million pesos not burned in 1949; Antonio Prio Socarras; Cardenal Manuel Arteaga's injury ascribed to police; Victor Bilbao; Francisco Pares; Relaxation of Army tension; Lt. Col. Miguel A. Matamoros y Valle assigned as aide de camp to Dr. Nicolas Perez Hernandez, Minister of Defense, in spite of difference with Col. Pascual)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 363, Sept. 4, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 35 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Batista will propose sulution of Cuba's political problems; Reported arming of civilians for proposed Army reserve; Rolando Masferrer supplied with arms and entrusted with recruiting; Cardenal Manuel Arteaga; Ramon Vasconcelos; Enrique Perez Serantes visiting Mexico; Juan Marinello, Blas Roca, Anibal Escalante ordered arrested for not appearing in court; Jose Pardo Llada leaves Cuba for Argentina)

Department of State Memorandum, Sept. 9, 1953 (Injury to Cardinal Archbishop Takes on Political Significance; Manuel Arteaga Betancourt; Ramon Vasconcelos)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 386, Sept. 11, 1953 (Cuban Delegates to VIII Session of U.N. General Assembly; Emilio Nuñez Portuondo; Carlos Blanco Sanchez; Francisco V. Garcia Amador; Jose Miguel Ribas Villaverde; Francisco Dominguez; Maria Teresa de la Campa Roff; Uldarica Mañas Parajon; Juan T. O'Naghten Arango; Josefina Garcia Sierra)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 388, Sept. 11, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 37 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Probable further postponement of elections; Justo Luis del Pozo; Carlos Prio letter in the NY Times Sept. 5; Batista's Sept. 4 speech; Cardenal Manuel Arteaga leaves Cuba for Rome, states his injury was an "unsuccessful attempt at a common crime" of armed robbery; New clandestine opposition group "Periodistas Unidos por la Libertad")

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 412, Sept. 18, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 38 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Visit of Congressman Donald Lester Jackson; R. F. Woodward; J. J. Manzanares; Archbishop Enrique Perez Serantes returns to Cuba; Ramon Vasconcelos publishes in Alerta letter from Ramon Vasconcelos; Communist view of present situation; Eufemio Fernandez Ortega and four other Cubans arrested in Mexico; New gobernor of Oriente, Julian Garcia Benitez succeeding Waldo Perez Almaguer; Anselmo Alliegro)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 493, Oct. 2, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 40 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Rumored revolutionary activity in Armed Forces; Arms seizure in Miami; Carlos Prio; Batista visit to Oriente province; Mass treason trial continues; 49 Communists ordered arrested including Juan Marinello, Blas Roca, Anibal and Cesar Escalante, Salvador Garcia Aguero, Nicolas Guillen, Nila Ortega and Edith Garcia Buchaca; Restoration of Constitutional guarantees; Government-sponsored youth demonstration; Rafael Diaz Balart; Rolando Masferrer; Cuban ambassador to Guatemala Alberto Espinosa)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 516, Oct. 9, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 41 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Reports of revolutionary activity in Armed Forces; Outcome of mass treason trial; Fidel Castro; Supression of issue of Time magazine; Attack on "Vision"; New American Ambassador Arthur Gardner arrives in Cuba; New Guatemala Ambassador Adolfo Garcia Montenegro presents credentials)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Letter to Harvey R. Wellman, Dept. of State, Oct. 20, 1953 (Arthur Gardner interview with Fulgencio Batista; Pedro Rodriguez Capote; Aurelio F. Concheso; Eusebio Mujal; Herbert Matthews "is a hard man to understand"; Don Lourie)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 564, Oct. 22, 1953 (Interview With President Batista by Mr. Herbert L. Matthews of New York Times; Raul Gonse; Ramon Vasconcelos)

Department of State Memorandum of Conversation, Oct. 30, 1953 (Western Railroads of Cuba; Interest of William Pawley)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 626, Nov. 5, 1953 (Data Regarding Most Influential Cuban Periodicals; Bohemia; Miguel Angel Quevedo; Diario de la Marina; Silvia Hernandez de Rivero; Prensa Libre; Sergio Carbo; El Mundo; Informacion; Excelsior; Victor Bilbao; Alfredo Hornedo Suarez)

Department of State Memorandum, Charles R. Burrows to Harvey R. Wellman, Nov. 17, 1953 (Registration of Cuban Exiles as Foreign Agents; Guillermo Alonso Pujol letters and bio); Alonso Pujol claims he should not register because he "is not a personal or political agent of Carlos Prio.")

Letter from Nathan Law Firm to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, Nov. 11, 1953 (Aureliano Sanchez Arango)

Department of State Memorandum of Conversation, Dec. 10, 1953 (Indictment of ex-President Prio of Cuba and Associates for Violation of the Neutrality Law; D'Iberville Fortier; Harvey R. Wellman)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 801, Dec. 28, 1953 (Anti-Communism Article by President Batista)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 807, Dec. 31, 1953 (Joint Weeka No. 53 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Ernesto de la Fe attempted resignation;  Press Interview with Batista; Partido Accion Progresista (PAP) absorbs Partido Accion Unitaria (PAU); Revised electoral Code published; Otilio Ulate, former president of Costa Rica, leaves Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 840, Jan. 8, 1954 (Joint Weeka No. 1 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Holiday season quiet; Batista again affirms anti-Communist policy; Aureliano Sanchez Arango letters in the Miami Herald, Jan. 6 and 7, organizing the "forces of liberation" disengaged from Carlos Prio; Manuel Antonio de Varona)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch USIS-40, Jan. 14, 1954 (Local Newspapers; Diario de la Marina; Jose Ignacio Rivero Hernandez; Informacion; Dr. Santiago Claret; El Mundo; Dr. Luis Botifoll; Amadeo Barletta; Excelsior; Victor Bilbao; Alfredo Hornedo; El Pais; Dr. Guillermo Martinez Marquez; Prensa Libre; Sergio Carbo; Mañana; Jose Lopez Vilaboy; El Crisol; Dr. Raul Rivero Ruiz; Alerta; Ramon Vasconcelos; Sanchez Maspon; Avance, Mario Massens Vazquez; Carlos Saladrigas; Pueblo; Juan Gonzalez Martinez; Tiempo en Cuba; Rolando Masferrer; Alfonso Granados; Ataja!; Alberto Salas Amaro; La Campana; Dr. Vito Raul Rodriguez; The Havana Post; Clara Park Pessino; Finanzas; Manuel Camio; Hoy; La Ultima Hora; El Camagueyano; Dr. Walfredo J. Rodriguez; La Correspondencia; Nicolas Machado Rodriguez; Diario de Cuba; Eduardo Abril Amores; El Comercio; Alberto Aragones Machado; Prensa Universal; Vicente Pujals Garay; Raul Lopez Lacau; Bohemia; Miguel Angel Quevedo; Carteles; Antonio Ortega; U.S. Correspondents in Cuba: Ben Meyer, Francis McCarthy, Carlos Tellez, Ruby Hart Phillips, Henry Wallace, Edward (Ted) Scott, Ruth McCarthy, Tano Gomez, Gene Carrier)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 926, Jan. 26, 1954 (Press article re Carlos Prio; Gente; Antonio Llano Montes; Sam Roseman)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 934, Jan. 28, 1954 (Joint Weeka No. 4 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; court declared payment of union dues by mills unconstitutional, Eusebio Mujal opposed to decision; FNTA; Batista reported financially aiding Grau to achive Autentico organization; Television program "Juventud Pregunta" suspended; Luis J. Botifoll director of El Mundo; visit of House Agricultural Committee;

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 980, Feb. 9 1954 (Preliminary Findings of the 1953 Cuban Census)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1053, Feb. 26, 1954 (New Public Works Program Gets Under Way; Jose Pardo Jimenez; Jose Nogueira; Civic Center at Havana)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1073, March 4, 1954 (Joint Weeka No. 9 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Electoral Code modified to permit organization of all registered parties; Check Off of union dues imposed in sugar industry as one percent of workers' wages; Resentment against military in Santiago de Cuba; Gustavo Gutierrez; Tenth Inter-American Conference at Caracas;  Reaction to shooting in U.S. Congress; Tiempo's consistent anti-Americanism)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1077, March 4, 1954 (Law Decree 1305. Deduction of Union Dues from Salaries of Sugar Workers [Check Off System])

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1135, March 19, 1954 (President Batista's March 10 Speech; Carlos Prio; Caribbean Legion; Puerto Rican Nationalist)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1184, March 31, 1954 (Joint Weeka No. 13 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Jose Pardo Llada returns from exile; Raul Chibas; Roberto Agramonte; Emilio Ochoa; The registered Ortodoxos of Carlos Marquez Sterling talk with Batista representatives; Graft accusations against Rafael Salas Cañizares; Col. Manuel Ugalde Carrillo removed as chief of SIM and transferred to the Office of the Quartermaster General; Lt. Col. Antonio Blanco Rico, presidential aide, heading SIM; Nine university student and two FEU leaders arrested for anti-regime activity during carnival parade; Diplomatic asylum sought bt 59 Cubans since March 10, 1952, six after the coup and 53 after the Oriente uprising)

Department of State Memorandum of Telephone Conversation, April 9, 1954 (Eliseo Riera Gomez a registered agent of former President Carlos Prio)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1233, April 12, 1954 (New Anti-Batista Publication; Patria--Organ in Exile of Cuban Liberation; Carlos Prio; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Triple A; El Naufragio del Bonito; Moncada; Mario Fortuny; Pedro Albizu Campos)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1251, April 14, 1954 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1273, April 20, 1954 (Construction and Outfitting of Schools and Hospitals Under New Public Works Program)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1281, April 21, 1954 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1322, April 30, 1954 (Cuban Leaders Issue Call in Defense of United States Against Attacks From Hemispheric Communists and Left ists; Jacob Canter; Francisco Ichaso)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1337, May 4, 1954 (

Thomas P. Krock, public relations counsel for Carlos Prio, to Senator J. William Fulbright, May 4, 1954 (Communist threat in Cuba; Eliseo Riera Gomez; Thurston B. Morton)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1365, May 11, 1954 (Government Acts Against Corruption in Finance Ministry; Gustavo Gutierrez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1378, May 13, 1954 (New Minister in Charge of Transportation Appointed; Rafael Diaz Balart; Marino Lopez Blanco)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1381, May 13, 1954 (Effects of Cuban Leaders' Call in Defense of United States Against Attacks From Hemispheric Communists and Leftists; Jorge Mañach; Roberto Agramonte; Francisco Ichaso; Rolando
Masferrer; Julio Castello Dumas)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1387, May 14, 1954 (Ministry of Information Abolished; Ernesto de la Fe)

Department of State Memorandum of Conversation, May 19, 1954 (Proposed Newspaper Story on Batista and Communism)

Department of State Memorandum of Conversation, May 24, 1954 (Batista and Communism; Frank Jackson; Daniel N. Arzac, Jr.; Congressman William Lantaff; Carlos Hevia; Luis Ortega; Eliseo Riera Gomez; Carlos Prio ready to go to jail; Dana Adams Schmidt; Juan Jose Arevalo; Blas Roca traveling on diplomatic passport; Raul Lorenzo; Arsenio Gonzalez; Augusto Rodriguez Miranda; Juan Marinello; Lazaro Peña)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1452, June 2, 1954 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1492, June 10, 1954 (Minister Ernesto de la Fe Begins Anti-Communist Campaign and Founds Anti-Communist Organization; Movimiento de Integracion Democrata Americana; De la Fe mada an attack on Eusebio Mujal; CTC; Partido Accion Progresista

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1496, June 10, 1954 (Anti-Communist Law Approved

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1501, June 11, 1954 (CTC Anti-Communist Resolution)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1513, June 14, 1954 (Background Information on Cuban Labor and Political Situation with Special Reference to Communist Infiltration; Jose Perez Gonzales; Guillermo Mestre; Faustino Calcines; Calixto Sanchez Whyte?)

John David Griffin, Public Relations Consultant and registered agent of Carlos Prio, to Undersecretary of State Walter B. Smith, June 21, 1954

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1556, June 22, 1954 (CTC Anti-Communist Resolution; Eusebio Mujal; Luis Serrano Tamayo; Dora Ramos; Lazaro Peña; Jacobo Arbenz; Javier Bolaños; Calixto Sanchez; Jesus Artigas; Jose Alvarez Michelterona; Ramiro de la Fe; Gilberto Galan; Conrado Becquer; Jose Luis Martinez; Samuel Powell; Pedro Domenech; Antonio Bosque)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1557, June 23, 1954 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1575, June 25, 1954 (Jose Suarez Rivas New Undersecretary of Labor; Arsenio Gonzalez Gonzalez; Joaquin Ordoqui)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1586, June 30, 1954 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 9, July 2, 1954 (Information Office Issues Statement Defendsing Batista Against Charges of Sympathy With the Communists; Carlos Prio; Enrique Pizzi de Porras)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 14, July 7, 1954 (Montreal Pact denounced; Jose Pardo Llada; Jose M. Gutierrez; Isidro Figueroa; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Arthur Gardner; CTC on Guatemala)

Department of State, Memorandum from Elizabeth Hyman to Daniel N. Arzac, July 8, 1954 (Communism in Cuba: article entitled "Dictator Batista of Cuba and Communism" by Eliseo Riera-Gomez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 72, July 16, 1954 (Cuban 1954 Sugar Crop Terminated)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 83, July 21, 1954 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 2, July 26, 1954 (Voluntary Report on the Staff of the University of Oriente, by Vice Consul Arthur W. Feldman; Francisco Felix Montiel Gimenez; Jose A. Portuondo Valdor; Rafael Grillo Longoria; Juan Chabas Marti; Jose Antonio Grillo Longoria; Jose L. Galbes Loshuertos; Julio Lopez Rendueles; Roberto Soto del Rey; Emiliano Ramos Rodriguez; Max Enrique Figueroa Araujo; Faustino Quinidio Armaignac Dupin; Hilda Orosa Travado; Baudilio Castellanos Garcia; Leonardo Griñan Peralta; Luciano Armaignac Dupin; Ronald K. Blair Lyon; Juan de Moya Flamand; Pedro Canas Abril; Carlos Peña Justiz; Alfonso Tallet Grenier; Francisco Prat Puig; Felipe Salcines Morlote; Zenin Carnet Diaz; Ernesto Hernandez Soler)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 113, July 28, 1954 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 134, August 4, 1954 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 152, August 9, 1954 (New Ministers; Miguel Angel Campa y Caraveda; Gustavo Gutierrez Sanchez; Osvaldo Valdes de la Paz; Raul Lopez Ibañez; Ricardo Eguilior Vinent; Carlos Salas Humara; Pablo Carrera Justiz; Carlos M. Ferretti Vidal; Jose Lopez Isa; Arsenio Gonzalez Gonzalez; Mario Leyva; Andres Domingo Morales del Castillo; Blanca Rosa Urquiaga; Antonio Carvajal Rojas; Cristobal Munoz; Eugenio Cosculluela)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 167, August 11, 1954 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 189, August 18, 1954 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 211, August 25, 1954 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 217, Sept. 1, 1954 (ORIT Secretariat Meeting; Serafino Romualdi; CTC; Eusebio Mujal; Luis Alberto Monge)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 226, Sept. 1, 1954 (Joint Weeka No. 35 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Developments in Autentico Campaign; Ramon Grau; Antonio Lancis; Felix Lancis; Genovevo Perez Damera; Terrorist preparation foiled in Santiago; Four men arrested digging a tunnel under the highway from the airport; fugitive Gustavo Arcos arrested; Bernardo Sanchez; Cuban-Colombian Oil Company; ORIT Secretariat meeting; Serafino Romualdi; Diario Narional; Raul Rivero Ruiz; Herminio Portell Vila)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 243, Sept. 8, 1954 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 263, Sept. 13, 1954 (Report on 1954 Cuban Sugar and Molasses Crop)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 267, Sept. 14, 1954 (Talk with Eusebio Mujal, Secretary-General of CTC; CTC Desire to Carry on Organizational Campaign in Chile; Notes on CTC Affairs; Francisco Aguirre; Ignacio Gonzalez Tellechea; Orlando Gomez Gil; Jose Perez Gonzalez; CTC lost $500,000 subsidy from government; CTC less active in combating Communism; Batista expressed low opinion of Mujal; Romulo Betancourt)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 325, Sept. 29, 1954 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 329, Sept. 29, 1954 (Financial Difficulties of Compañía Cubana de Aviacion; Francisco de Velasco; Sergio Clark; Jose Lopez Vilaboy)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 361, Oct. 7, 1954 (Air Passenger Traffic Statistics--Cuba, 1953)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 413, Oct. 20, 1954 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 434, Oct. 25, 1954 (Labor Developments: Cuba, July-September 1954)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 461, Nov. 3, 1954 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 481, Nov. 10, 1954 (Joint Weeka No. 45 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Election results; Fulgencio Batista; Ramon Grau; Justo Luis del Pozo; Nicolas Castellanos; Eduardo Suarez Rivas; Roberto Agramonte; Tony Varona; Carlos Prio; Jose Pardo Llada; Ramon Vasconcelos; Rolando Masferrer; Anselmo Alliegro; Bohemia to be printed in Mexico City; Emilio Nuñez Portuondo; CTC)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 522, Nov. 24, 1954 (Joint Weeka No. 47 for State, Army, Navy, and Air Departments from SANA; Ramon Grau; Country Club arms seizure; Abel Hera Corton; Emilio Ochoa; Francisco Cairol Garrido; CTC; Emilio Nuñez Portuondo; Havana Post strike; Rio economic conference)

Letter from Thurston B. Morton to Senator William F. Knowland, Nov. 26, 1954 (Angel Cofiño anti-Communist; World Federation of Trade Unions; Communists expelled from CTC; Oscar Samaleo; Guillermo Mestre; J. A. Thomson; Cia. Cubana de Electricidad "made large loans to Cofiño")

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 591, Dec. 17, 1954 (Emilio Nuñez Portuondo as Minister of Labor; CTC; Eusebio Mujal; Jesus Artigas)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 631, Dec. 30, 1954 (Composition of Senate in New Cuban Congress)