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Secretary of State, article, New York Herald-Tribune, foreign policy, Fred Morris Dearing, Dorothy Dearing
A handwritten letter from Fred Morris Dearing addressed to Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson, dated September 9, 1943. Within, Dearing comments on Wilson's recently published article in the New York Herald-Tribune.
Fred Morris Dearing
Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson
Folder 3-10, Document 5
Dear "H. W."
You have nominated yourself Secretary of State in the Republican administration which is to take office next year with your article in this morning's Herald Tribune. That is the synthesis and it is clear, humane, sound, sensible, and right and it's about time someone were giving shape and character to the foreign policy and a foreign policy to the government.
D.D. got your note this morning and is trying to find a place for you and will let you know. Tommy Jenning's hotel is being closed. Perhaps you could manage it from the Beekman Arms in Rhinebeck? No? D.D. will write.
Best to you both.
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Dearing, Fred M., "Letter From Fred Morris Dearing to Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson, September 9, 1943" (1943). World War II Era Documents, 1939-1945. 74.