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Chandler P. Anderson, Theodore Elijah Burton, David Starr Jordan, commercial fishing, Great Lakes, Canada, news media
The document is a typed letter from the Assistant Secretary of State to Chandler P. Anderson, Counsellor of the Department of State, concerning regulations on commercial fishing in the Great Lakes region.
Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson
Chandler P. Anderson
Folder 1-13, Document 15
Department of State.
The Assistant Secretary.
January 14, 1911.
Dear Mr. Anderson:
Senator Burton asks what the present situation in regard to the Jordan Fishing Regulations is as I must write him a letter on the subject the first thing Monday morning.
Newspaper men have also asked me the present status.
I shall appreciate it if you will be kind enough to let me have, by Monday morning, a little memorandum which will enable me to write Senator Burton and also a few notes which will enable me to tell the press anything that may be said on the subject.
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Huntington-Wilson, Francis Mairs, "Letter From Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson to Chandler P. Anderson, January 14, 1911" (1911). Other Correspondence. 210.
The note is stamped in the upper right corner: "Counsellor, Jan 14 1911, Department of State."