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Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson, Carl Lumholtz, Jose Yves Limantour, Minister of Finance of Mexico, D.L. Noyes, Tucson, Arizona


The document is a carbon copy of a typed letter from Charles Jenkinson to Carl Lumholtz concerning a letter of introduction provided by Jose Yves Limantour.


Charles Jenkinson


Carl Lumholtz

Corresponds to:

Folder 1-8, Document 190


Washington, D.C.


September 1, 1909.

Dear Sir:

In the absence of Mr. Huntington-Wilson I take the liberty of acknowledging the receipt of your letter to him of August 27th, making inquiry regarding a letter of introduction in your behalf addressed to all the customs houses West of Nogales by Mr. Limantour, the Ministro de Hacienda of Mexico.

I regret to have to inform you that a thorough investigation fails to show that such a letter has reached the Department, but you may rest assured that if the letter in question should arrive it will be promptly forwarded to you.

I am, Sir,

Your obedient servant,


Stenographer to the Assistant Secretary of State.

Mr. Carl Lumholtz,
Care Mr. D. L. Noyes,
221 South Stone Avenue,
Tucson, Arizona.



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Letter From Charles Jenkinson to Carl Lumholtz, September 1, 1909

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