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Document Type

Letter

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Date

7-3-1912

Keywords

Abram Piatt Andrew, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Department, Gloucester

Description

The document is a typed letter from Abram Piatt Andrews to the Assistant Secretary of State regarding Andrews leaving the Treasury Department.

Sender

Abram Piatt Andrew

Recipient

Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson

Corresponds to:

Folder 14, Document 1

City

Washington, D. C.

Transcription

Treasury Department

Washington.

July 3, 1912.

Personal.

Dear Huntington:

I hope that you won't think too harshly of me for making public the two letters which I have reluctantly given out today. The circumstances here have been so deeply annoying, as I perhaps hinted to you one night a month or six weeks ago, that life was really unendurable. I am sorry about the publicity, but in view of all sorts of unpleasant possibilities, it seemed to me that in justice to myself I must make some such statement as to the conditions here. I am going right up to Gloucester and shall take quite a little rest before turning to anything else. I have greatly enjoyed in Washington my friendship with you and your wife and I hope it may always continue.

Sincerely yours,

[signature]

Hon. Huntington Wilson,
1608 K Street N. W.,
Washington, D. C.

Comments

The document is stamped in the upper right corner: "Assistant Secretary."

Language

English

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Letter From Abram Piatt Andrew to Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson, July 3, 1912

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