Document Type

Letter

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Date

3-23-1909

Keywords

Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson, consular service, article, Yale News

Description

The document is a carbon copy of a typed letter from the Private Secretary of the Assistant Secretary of State to the Editors of the Yale News concerning the publication of an article written by Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson on the consular service.

Sender

Private Secretary to the Assistant Secretary of State

Recipient

The Editors of the Yale News

Corresponds to:

Folder 1-8, Document 37

City

Washington, D.C.

Transcription

March 23, 1909.

Gentlemen:

Some three months ago, in response to urgent requests on your part and at considerable inconvenience, he being exceedingly busy at that time, Assistant Secretary Wilson prepared for your publication an article on the consular service as a career for young men. You were to send Mr. Wilson copies containing his article. As it would seem that the publication of this either was not desired for some months or that you failed to send him copies as desired, he feels somewhat annoyed. Will you please inform me about this in order that I may explain the matter?

Your very faithfully,

[signature]
Private Secretary.

To The Editors,
The Yale News,
New Haven, Connecticut.

Language

English

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Letter From the Private Secretary of Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson to the Editors of the Yale News, March 23, 1909

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