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Richard M. Bartleman, American Embassy to Argentina, Argentine Republic, Buenos Aires, Charles Hitchcock Sherrill, Lucy Wortham James, Madrid


The document is a carbon copy of a typed letter from the Assistant Secretary of State to Richard M. Bartleman concerning the return of items and the appointment of Charles H. Sherrill as U.S. Minister to Argentina.


Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson


Richard M. Bartleman

Corresponds to:

Folder 1-8, Document 70


Washington, D.C.


April 22, 1909.

My dear Bartleman:

You are the most thoughtful man I ever knew. I was amazed to receive those little H.W.'s so thoughtlessly cast aside at your house in Madrid.

It is delightful to hear that you have entirely satisfactory offices and I am looking forward to seeing photographs of them.

I have no special news, and could not take the time to write it if I had, such is the present pressure.

I had some long conversations with Mr. Sherrill, our new Minister to the Argentine, just before his departure. I hope you and he will work together well. You should be able to give him many valuable suggestions, owing to your knowledge of Latin America. In him I am sure you will find a keen and energetic man.

With the kindest regards from my wife and myself to Mrs. Bartleman, your aunt and the children, I remain, always,

Yours sincerely,


Richard M. Bartleman, Esquire,
American Consul General,
Buenos Aires.



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Letter From Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson to Richard M. Bartleman, April 22, 1909



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