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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1937. The British Commonwealth, Europe, Near East and Africa
(1937)

Egypt,   pp. 615-678 PDF (24.1 MB)


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FOREIGN RELATIONS, 1937, VOLUME II
dent of the Delegation of the United States of America, and included
as an Annex to the Montreux Capitulations Convention, the Presi-
dent of the Egyptian Delegation stated that the Royal Egyptian Gov-
ernment was prepared to assure the President of the American Dele-
gation that pending the conclusion of a subsequent agreement, or in
any case until the end of the transitional period, all of the American
educational, medical and charitable institutions (associations or foun-
dations) of the United States of America in Egypt actually existing
in Egypt on May 8, 1937, might continue freely to carry on their activi-
ties in Egypt, whether educational, scientific, medical or charitable,
subject to certain conditions. The letter added that a list of the
institutions referred to therein should be drawn up as soon as possible
in an agreement between the Egyptian Government and the Govern-
ment of the United States of America.
  Following is a list of the American educational, medical and char-
itable institutions existing in Egypt on May 8, 1937.
                    EDUCATIONAL (Total 45)
    1. "Harvard-Boston Expedition," Harvard Camp, Pyramids P.
        O., Cairo. (Archaeological.)
    2. "University of Chicago Expedition," Chicago House, Luxor.
        (Archaeological.)
    3. "Metropolitan Museum of Art Expedition," Luxor. (Archae-
        ological.)
    4. "Mt. St. Katherine Observatory," (of the Smithsonian Insti-
        tute, Washington, D. C.) Gebel El-Tor, Egypt. (Astronom-
        ical.)
  The following thirty-nine schools are maintained by the "American
Mission in Egypt":
Secondary
    5. Assiut College for Boys.
    6. Assiut College for Girls. (P. M. I.)
    7. Ezbekia-Cairo, Boys.
    8. American College for Girls, Cairo.
    9. Tanta Girls College.
    10. Ezbekia-Cairo, Girls.
Sub-secondary
    11. Luxor Girls.
    12. Fayoum Girls.
    13. Alexandria Girls.
    14. Zagazig Girls.
Primany
    15. Luxor Boys.
    16. Beni Suef Girls.
    17. Benha Girls.
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