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Charles F. Wilson, Mr. Clark, the Alsop claim, Mr. Armes, Mr. Knapp, Honduras, Liberia, Dr. Wright
The document is a typed letter from Charles F. Wilson to the Assistant Secretary of State replying to his letter of the previous day.
Charles F. Wilson
Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson
Folder 1-9, Document 3
Valley Forge, Pa.,
12 July 1910.
Hon. Huntington Wilson,
Department of State,
Washington, D. C.
Dear Mr. Wilson:
The Secretary approves your recommendation that Mr. Clark be appointed Agent in the Alsop case. He also approves the suggestions about the personnel of the Solicitor's office except as to the appointment of Mr. Armes.
He says it is alright about Mr. Knapp.
In regard to the Honduras matter the Secretary does not think it is necessary to do anything further for the present.
As you request, I am sending you the papers in the Liberian matter. Also the memorandum [of Mr. Hales] in regard to Dr. Wright's compensation which has been approved with your suggestion as to date, and the memorandum about printing the letters of introduction which is not approved.
The Secretary is better but has to keep rather quiet.
With best wishes,
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Wilson, Charles F., "Letter From Charles F. Wilson to Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson, July 12, 1910" (1910). Other Correspondence. 207.