A page from a scrapbook documenting Huntington Wilson's time contributing articles and editorials to the Public Ledger newspaper in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The newspaper clippings preserved on this page contain the following article: "Russia, Japan, and the Allied Interests".
On the right side of the page, there is a handwritten note stating: "Wednesday, March 13, '18. Resigned from editorial staff of "Public Ledger" because I did not feel I could afford to remain with it as now being conducted [Too much Bolshevik: too much of that school of thought that stands for unsound and visionary "radicalism" and is represented by the "New Republic" at its worst: too much internationalism: too much encouragement of the Administration's most dangerous trend, - hifalutinism: too much that is characteristic of the "American Bolshevik".] H.W.".
Wilson also lists the dates of his employment and numbers of articles and editorials written.
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Huntington Wilson, Philadelphia, Public Ledger, scrapbook, Russia, Japan, Siberia, Germany
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