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Bernard Baruch sends his regrets at not being able to visit with Cary Grayson until Thursday.

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Sweetser writes to Grayson about his regret at having missed him before leaving.

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Bernard Baruch asks Cary Grayson to keep him informed about conditions in South Carolina.

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Ray Stannard Baker would like to meet Cary Grayson’s friend and also have a medical examination.

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The President of the American Civic Association sends Cary T. Grayson an invitation to become a member.

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Bernard Baruch tells Cary Grayson that he is sending a check for $5,000 to the American Red Cross.

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Bernard Baruch asks Cary Grayson to ask Carter Glass, Steve Early, Byrnes, Robinson, Harrison Jones, and McIntyre if the want to join him at a fight.

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Bernard Baruch cables Cary Grayson to say that he hope he will not take a German ship on his travels as he will not be able to stop in London.

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Bernard Baruch asks Cary Grayson to tell Edith Bolling Wilson about Ray Stannard Baker’s impending visit to Washington.

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MA Boyle relays Bernard Baruch’s wish that Cary Grayson place a wreath on Woodrow Wilson’s tomb for him.

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Note on folder: "- Social Life [Bernard Baruch File]

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Ray Stannard Baker tells Cary Grayson Key Pittman has won a decided victory.

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Ray Stannard Baker would like to meet Cary Grayson’s friend and also have a medical examination.

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Bernard Baruch congratulations Cary Grayson and shares his travel plans.

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Bernard Baruch tells Grayson that Kent expects Grayson to come to Paris for his birthday celebration.

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Bernard Baruch tells his perspective on Carter’s speech to Cary Grayson.

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Bernard Baruch informs Grayson that Mr. Stansbury will call upon him to make arrangements for Joe Moore with Dr. Wilmer.

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Bernard Baruch tells Cary Grayson of his illness and wishes to visit with him.

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Lucius C. Clark sends Cary T. Grayson a receipt for his donation to American University.

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Cary T. Grayson is invited to join the American Society of the French Legion of Honor.

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Arthur Sweetser sends an analysis of the first assembly of the League of Nations.

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Edith Bolling Wilson asks Cary Grayson to write down a summary of his work with, and for, Woodrow Wilson during his lifetime for the use of a researcher or biographer, yet to be identified, writing about Wilson’s life.

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John N. Wheelerson replies to a letter from Cary T. Grayson regarding the articles he has written about being a White House physician.

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While resting from the strain of his works, Ray Stannard Baker tells Cary Grayson that he is glad he liked the volumes of the biography he is writing about Woodrow Wilson.

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Thomas W. Lamont sends Cary T. Grayson a letter for the President.

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Mrs. Edwin A. Alderman congratulates Cary T. Grayson.

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Simon Baruch congratulates Cary Grayson.

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Ray Stannard Baker informs Cary T. Grayson of developing misunderstanding over recent events and his wish to write articles giving the true story.

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As he is preparing to leave his office as Secretary of the Navy, Josephus Daniels thanks Grayson for his care of Woodrow Wilson and updates him on the new appointment to the Secretary of the Navy post.

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William McClellan tells Cary T. Grayson he will spend some time with him at the Alfalfa Club meeting

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Thomas Connally thanks Cary Grayson for a gift.

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Bernard Baruch encloses a letter from Stephen Bonsal.

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Herbert B. Swope sends a copy of his letter to Woodrow Wilson to Grayson.

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Bernard Baruch telegraphs Cary T. Grayson about an article seeking to break the relationship between President Wilson and himself.

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James Barron is delighted to hear that Cary Grayson is doing better, and is sad that Mrs. Grayson was not able to arrange a fishing trip, despite poor fishing conditions.

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Ray Stannard Baker sends Cary Grayson the latest volume in his biography of Woodrow Wilson.

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Cary Grayson thanks Ray Stannard Baker for hosting his sons on their visit to the college in Amherst. He also acknowledges receipt of Baker’s acceptance of the appointment as incorporator for the Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Foundation.

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Ray Stannard Baker accepts Cary Grayson’s nomination as an incorporater for the Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Foundation and tells him about his recent prostate surgery.

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Katharine Brand acknowledges receipt of Cary Grayson’s letter dated January 22, 1936 to Ray Stannard Baker.

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Ray Stannard Baker asks Cary Grayson to confirm details about his promotion to Admiral.

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Ray Stannard Baker writes to Cary Grayson about Key Pittman’s campaign and the growing strength of the Democratic party in certain areas.

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Ray Stannard Baker tells Grayson that he is glad to have a diagnosis from Dr. Bloedorn, but that he is concerned at how that will impact his work on the Woodrow Wilson biography. He is still planning to meet with FDR.

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Ray Stannard Baker writes to Cary Grayson telling him that due to his health he is not able to travel, but that he will be delighted to meet with FDR.

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Ray Stannard Baker thanks Cary Grayson for speaking with him in reference to the biography he is writing about Woodrow Wilson.

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Ray Stannard Baker encloses the Wilson Bibliography from 1910 to 1921 that he and Professor Dodd have edited.

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Bernard Baruch tells Grayson that he cannot take an interest in a horse raced at Belmont, but does not want to prevent him from doing so.

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Cliffor Carver sends Cary Grayson an article about Bernard Baruch.

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James S. Barron again invites Cary Grayson to stay with him and enjoy fishing if he comes down to North Carolina for a Red Cross meeting.

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James S. Barron writes to Cary Grayson saying that in light of his current health, he is glad that he was not nominated by FDR. He hopes to find steady paying work that will allow he and his wife a comfortable life in Washington.

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James Barron invites Cary Grayson to stay with him and enjoy fishing if he comes down to North Carolina for a Red Cross meeting.

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James S. Barron invites Cary Grayson to come fishing with him at Oregon Inlet, NC.

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James S. Barron writes to Cary Grayson about support for FDR as well as other political appointments.

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Ray Stannard Baker reports a good visit with Cary Jr. and William Grayson to their father Cary T. Grayson.

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Ray Stannard Baker thanks Grayson for his letter about the cause of Woodrow Wilson’s death and his medical perspective on Baker’s own health condition.

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Katharine Brand resends a letter to Cary Grayson from Ray Stannard Baker dated January 8, 1936.

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Ray Stannard Baker asks Cary Grayson to clarify the exact cause of Woodrow Wilson’s death, specifically whether he died of syphilis or not.

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Ray Stannard Baker writes to Cary Grayson about adjusting to his health diagnosis.

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Ray Stannard Baker thanks Grayson for his encouragement and agrees to send the bibliography of Wilson’s work that has been identified. He also tells of the volume of the project to compile Wilson’s work and his delight at how many wonderful letters…

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Bernard Baruch Jr. thanks Cary Grayson for the letter of recommendation he wrote on his behalf for becoming an officer in the Naval Reserve.

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Bernard Baruch asks Cary Grayson to place a wreath at Woodrow Wilson’s grave on his behalf for Armistice Day.

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Bernard Baruch tells Cary Grayson that he and Mrs. Wilson will have to leave earlier than expected.

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Bernard Baruch writes Cary Grayson about the consequences of giving money to other and wishes him well.

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Ray Stannard Baker encourages Cary T. Grayson to write a biography of Wilson.

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Maurice Peterson tells Grayson that Balfour is looking forward to having lunch with him and Mrs. Grayson.

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Ray Stannard Baker congratulates Dr. and Mrs. Grayson on the birth of their newest son.

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Thomas M. Woodward congratulates Cary T. Grayson on his promotion to medical director of the Navy.

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Herman Baruch thanks Cary Grayson for his work on behalf of Stephen Gerard Lawrence and shares his thoughts on Bernard Baruch’s health.

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Bernard Baruch Jr. sends Grayson a check for flood relief in New York state.

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Richard Hippelheuser asks Cary Grayson to write the forward for a book about “Taking the Profits out of War.”

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Bernard Baruch sends Cary Grayson two checks representing profit from cotton and American Telephone.

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Belle Baruch asks Cary Grayson about her membership in the Middleburg hunt and asks him to mention that the rye and apple brandy has not arrived to Mrs. Sands.

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William H. Lacey ask Cary Grayson to make a referral for his son to be a member of the National Geographic Society.

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Ray Stannard Baker apologizes for not getting back to Dr. Grayson earlier regarding the title of Grayson’s book as he has been working on his book scheduled to be published in the fall.

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Ray Stannard Baker thanks Grayson for helping him and updates him on his writing efforts.

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Ray Stannard Baker thanks Cary Grayson for giving him the name of Mr. Gordon in Staunton as he is working on writing and researching the biography of Woodrow Wilson.

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Ray Stannard Baker asks Grayson if he has read Tardieu’s book commenting on Woodrow Wilson. He is starting work on his biography of Woodrow Wilson.

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Ray Stannard Baker asks Cary T. Grayson to look over the proofs for his book and give editoral comments.

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Ray Stannard Baker writes to Cary T. Grayson about President Wilson’s health and public image and his attempts at writing articles to accurately represent Woodrow Wilson.

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Former Senator William E. Chilton welcomes Cary T. Grayson back to America.

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Harry S. Knapp sends Cary T. Grayson a report on Itialian occupied Dalmatia.

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Graham M. Adee congratulates Cary T. Grayson on the publication of his article The Old-Time Doctor in the Southern Medical Journal.

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Lucius Clark thanks Cary Grayson for his pledge of $1,000.00 to American University.

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Graham M. Adee sends Cary T. Grayson a newspaper clipping.

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Frederick H. Allen asks Cary T. Grayson to present an election strategy to President Woodrow Wilson

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Graham M. Adee asks Cary T. Grayson to use his influence to get him a promotion.

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Alban B. Butler asks Woodrow Wilson’s physician, Dr. Cary T. Grayson, for news about the President’s health as he would like him to run again.

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Dudley Field Malone expresses his admiration for President Woodrow Wilson in going to attend the Paris Peace Conference and claims that the American people support him.

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Colonel Edouard J. Réquin of the French General Staff asks Cary T. Grayson to convey ideas of interest to the U.S. Army.

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Colonel Edouard J. Réquin of the French General Staff outlines his ideas for transporting American military men to the battlefields of World War I to Cary T. Grayson. Written in French, Alice Gordon Grayson translated the letter for her husband.

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Colonel Edouard J. Réquin of the French General Staff outlines his ideas for transporting American military men to the battlefields of World War I to Cary T. Grayson. Written in French.

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Admiral HS Knapp forwards Cary T. Grayson a letter from Rear Admiral McCully, along with several postcards from Russia.

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Admiral HS Knapp sends two envelopes to Cary T. Grayson to forward to the President, one containing a report on a possible blockade of Germany.

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Sherman Allen asks Cary T. Grayson on his advice about whether he should have surgery.

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Graham M. Adee asks Cary T. Grayson to use his influence to get him out of trouble with his career.

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William Grayson Adams offers the watch and seal of Dr. William Grayson, which he inherited, to Cary T. Grayson.

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Graham M. Adee writes to inform Cary T. Grayson about the announcement of his engagement in the San Francisco papers.

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Sherman Allen writes to Cary T. Grayson about not seeing him while in Washington, D.C.

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Sherman Allen expresses his sympathy for the strain that Cary T. Grayson is under while President Woodrow Wilson is ill.

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Clarence Aspinwall tells Cary Grayson of plans to celebrate his birthday.

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Graham M. Adee sends Cary T. Grayson a newspaper clipping and informs him of his election to senate of Rhode Island.

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Letter from Clarence A. Aspinwall inviting Cary T. Grayson for dinner to observe the full moon,
and discuss other matters.

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Henry T. Allen thanks Cary T. Grayson for his congratulations on his promotion to Brigadier General.

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Henry T. Allen urges Cary T. Grayson to visit him at the headquarters of the American Expeditionary Forces in France.

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Charles D. Atkins, Director of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences invites Dr. Cary T. Grayson to speak.

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The Director of the American College of Surgeons invites Grayson to the College’s Fellowship.

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Frederic Delano, President of the American Civic Association, explains the purpose of the
organization to Grayson and asks him to accept membership.

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Alexander B. Andrews sends stamps to Cary T. Grayson’s sons in hopes that they are interested.

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Frederick Ayer expresses his support for the reelection of President Herbert Hoover.

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Helen Astor recommends Dr. Garrison to Cary T. Grayson for Surgeon General.

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Clarence A. Aspinwall invites Cary T. Grayson to a dinner with friends.

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William Seaman Bainbridge tells Cary T. Grayson that he will be receiving a copy of the Resolution that was passed at the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States annual convention.

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Wicks is worried about the health of Stockton Axson.

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Graham M. Adee tells Cary T. Grayson that he tried to find him while visiting but could not. He thanks Grayson for past “favors” and discusses the race for Paymaster Generalship.

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Dr. Paul V. Anderson asks Cary T. Grayson for information regarding how to go about enlisting as doctor in the armed forces.

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May Arline, a widow, writes to Grayson telling him that she is lonely. She asks that if he has any acquaintances “of character”.

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Carl Ackerman writes to Cary T. Grayson about contributing a chapter about President Wilson, along with several notable contemporaries to the proposed memorial volume from the Cathedral Foundation.

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CJ O’Connor sends Cary Grayson his membership card as a Fellow to the American Museum of Natural History.

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Delano thanks Grayson for responding to a previous note and for joining the American Civic
Association.

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Mabel Anderson writes a thank you note to Cary T. Grayson.

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Montgomery B. Angell asks Cary T. Grayson for help in getting a young man an appointment to Annapolis Naval Academy.

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Montgomery B. Angell writes to Cary T. Grayson about a topcoat.

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Montgomery B. Angell to Cary T. Grayson regarding a topcoat and issues with the Naval Academy

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Mabel Anderson briefs Cary T. Grayson on the Society of the Cincinnati in Washington and asks for advice regarding a house the society has been given.

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George Atwell Jr. thanks Cary T. Grayson for his help in arranging for Atwell to buy Fairy Wand, a horse.

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James F. Hood writes a letter to Cary T. Grayson telling him he got elected to the Board of
Directors

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William Seaman Bainbridge thanking Cary T. Grayson for his idea to place Red Cross stations where traffic accidents are likely to oocur.

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Waldo Adler asks Cary Grayson for a brief description of his work and a photograph for the boys on the mountain.

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Ira Dodge writes enclosing a vaudeville piece and suggesting that jokes will help calm the President while making speeches.

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Dr. Alfred R. Crain writes to suggest Richfield Springs, New York as a place of convalescence for President Wilson.

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Reuben T. Clark reccomends osteopathy for Woodrow Wilson

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EC Clark reccomends dandelion wine for Woodrow Wilson.

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H.M. Cary, a Universalist minister, writes to Cary T. Grayson to say that he and his congregation are praying for the recovery of Woodrow Wilson.

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Andrew J. Byrne volunteers for observation to aid in the treatment of President Wilson.

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Mrs. David T. Burke writes to Cary T. Grayson to reccomend a doctor who specializes in treating nervous conditions.

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JJ Burchenal writes to Cary T. Grayson to reccommend spring water as a treatment for the President's swollen prostate.

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William S. Buehler writes to Cary T. Grayson to suggest various compounds to treat President Wilson.

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Walter S. Bryant writes Cary T. Grayson to reccommend "hormotone" as treatment for nuerasthenia.

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George Brereton writes Cary T. Grayson to reccommend southern California as a place for President Wilson to convalesce.

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Jessie Wilson Sayre writes to Cary T. Grayson about the difficulties of findng proper golf clubs.

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Ellen Axson Wilson tells Dr. Grayson that he does not need to come to a doctor’s appointment with Helen Bones as she insists that no one accompany her. She also asked how likely it would be for President Wilson to come visit them.

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JC Booth writes to Cary T. Grayson to offer his services as a bicycle trainer for President Wilson.

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Dr. Edward P. Davis informs Dr. Cary T. Grayson that Miss Helen W. Bones does not have a malignancy.

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John Hallowell Dickinson asks Cary T. Grayson to use his influence with President Woodrow Wilson to get him an appointment as a Navy chaplain.

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John D. Hamilton asks Cary T. Grayson to use his influence with President Woodrow Wilson to get him appointed postmaster at Orange, Virginia.

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John Skelton Williams invites Cary T. Grayson and Woodrow Wilson to his camp at Blue Ridge Summit, Pennsylvania.

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A. Linderskold offers to show Cary T. Grayson what massage treatments could do for President Woodrow Wilson.

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Dr. Edward P. Davis discusses arrangements for medical visit of Helen W. Bones with Dr. Cary T. Grayson.

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Crank asks Cary T. Grayson for help in getting appointed captain of the presidential yacht Mayflower.

http://resources.presidentwilson.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/D06865A.pdf
Williams V. Martin asks Cary Grayson to help him get an appointment as minister to the Dominican Republic.

http://resources.presidentwilson.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/D00134.pdf
HL Bogardus writes Cary T. Grayson to reccommend Grayson read “The Psychic Treatment of Nervous Disorder” in order to treat President Wilson.

http://resources.presidentwilson.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/D00132.pdf
Leo Blumenfeld writes to Cary T. Grayson to suggest that President Wilson drive an automobile to convalesce.

http://resources.presidentwilson.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/D00131.pdf
James H. Birch sends President Wilson a bottle of port, which he reccommends with a biscuit after a game of golf.

http://resources.presidentwilson.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/D00125.pdf
Ethel Bagely writes to Cary T. Grayson reccomending a “Medaco” electric generator for the treatment of President Wilson.

http://resources.presidentwilson.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/D00123.pdf
Mrs. George Backster writes to Cary T. Grayson to suggest a new Doctor and mineral water for the treatment of President Wilson.

http://resources.presidentwilson.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/D00122.pdf
An anonymous writer sends a letter to Cary T. Grayson reccommending an orange diet and massage regimen for Woodrow Wilson.

http://resources.presidentwilson.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/D00120.pdf
Frederick H. Allen writes to Cary T. Grayson to express his sympathy over President Wilson's illness.
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