Document Type

Letter

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Date

6-11-1909

Keywords

Thomas James, Hermann Chubb, student interpreter corps, consular service exam

Description

The document is a carbon copy of a typed letter from the Assistant Secretary of State to Thomas James concerning information for Hermann Chubb to apply for the student interpreter corps.

Sender

Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson

Recipient

Thomas James

Corresponds to:

Folder 1-8, Document 119

City

Washington, D.C.

Transcription

June 11, 1909.

My dear Father:

I should be most happy to meet Mr. Hermann Chubb when he calls. With regard to his [illegible] desire to be a candidate for the student interpreter corps I send you enclosed a pamphlet on the subject and an application blank, together with a circular on the consular service examination. From these he will see very well the proper steps to take and he will also have all the information we ever give as to the examinations and the subjects to be studied.

Hoping to see you again very soon, I am, always,

Very affectionately yours,

[signature]

[illegible]

Thomas James, Esquire.
The Washington,
Baltimore, Maryland.

Comments

Thomas James is the father of Lucy Wortham James, Huntington-Wilson's wife.

Language

English

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Letter From Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson to Thomas James, June 11, 1909

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