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Officers of the Department of State, Charles Nagel, Department of Commerce and Labor, Samuel D. Warren, S.D. Warren Paper Mill, paper industry


The document is a carbon copy of a typed memorandum from the Assistant Secretary of State to the diplomatic and consular officers in Europe introducing them to Samuel D. Warren.


Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson


Diplomatic and Consular Officers in Europe

Corresponds to:

Folder 1-8, Document 115


Washington, D.C.


June 7, 1909.

To the
Diplomatic and Consular Officers
of the United States in Europe.


At the insistence of the Honorable the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, I take pleasure in introducing to you Mr. Samuel D. Warren, Jr. of Boston, Massachusetts, who is connected with one of the oldest paper mills in this country, and is about to proceed to Europe for the purpose of getting in touch with the paper industry there.

I commend Mr. Warren to your most considerate attention, and cordially bespeak for him such courtesies and assistance as you may be able to render, consistently with your official duties, to enable him to accomplish the object of his journey.

I am, Gentlemen,

Your obedient servant,


Acting Secretary.



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Memorandum From Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson to Diplomatic and Consular Officers of the United States in Europe, June 7, 1909

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