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Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson, Resignation, State Department
In this typed letter from the Department of State to Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson, those involved in the department write to wish Huntington-Wilson their best and thank him for his four years of service with the Department.
Department of State
Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson
Folder 2-7, Document 4
March 24, 1913
We of the Department of State who have served with you during the past four years wish you to know our feelings of sincere regret at the termination of an association which has in so many ways been agreeable and beneficial to us. We feel a deep sense of indebtedness for your thoughtful consideration and for the high and patriotic ideals in public service which you have so consistently exemplified and inspired. In a more personal way, we shall always cherish the sympathetic interest which you and Mrs. Wilson have so uniformly manifested, and the many courtesies you have extended to us.
In separating we ask you to accept the accompanying gift as a token of our friendship and esteem, and to feel that both you and Mrs. Wilson carry with you our most cordial good wishes and the assurance that we shall always maintain a lively interest in your welfare and happiness.
Mr. Huntington Wilson,
Washington, D. C.[The document contains 49 signatures.]
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State Staff, Department of, "Letter From Department of State to Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson, March 24. 1913" (1913). Other Correspondence. 251.