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Edgar Rickard writes to Joseph Tumulty about an Executive order regarding regulations for breweries.

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Herbert Hoover tells Joseph Tumulth that he is sending a report to the President about the Food Administration’s work over the past year and asks permission to make this report public.

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Lewis Strauss acknowleges receipt of Wilson’s letter regarding printing, and assure Tumulty that the report has been sent.

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Lewis Strauss acknowledges receipt of Joseph Tumulty’s notification of the President’s wishes to consult a District Commissioner regarding property value when purchasing real estate.

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Herbert Hoover write to Joseph Tumulty about the White House issuing a statement regarding the closing down of breweries and sends a draft of such a statement.

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On behalf of Herbert Hoover, Lewis Strauss sends a copy of Edward Chamber’s letter to Joseph Tumulty.

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Lewis Strauss sends a check for the Commission for Relief in Belgium for the President’s signature.

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Edward Chambers writes to Joseph Tumulty about railroad employees facing unemployment due to changes in off-line offices.

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Lewis Strauss sends a copy of a telegram to Woodrow Wilson by George Barnhart for his information and records.

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Regarding producing food on government land, Herbert Hoover defers to the Department of Agriculture.

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Herbert Hoover tells Joseph Tumulty that he thinks the Federal Trade Commission should be made public.

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On behalf of Herbert Hoover, Lewis Strauss thanks Joseph Tumulty for the favor on behalf of Eugene Smith.

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Lewis Strauss tells Joseph Tumulty that they have not located any files sent by the President that should have been returned.

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Herbert Hoover introduces Cyrus E. White who is presenting the situation of farm labor in Kansas to the President.

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Herbert Hoover tells Tumulty that having Bible Sunday on December 9th does not conflict with the Food Administration’s schedule.

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Herbert Hoover thanks Joseph Tumulty for notifying him of the President’s approval of the draft executive order.

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Herbert Hoover sends Tumulty a draft of an Executive Order concerning exemption from Civil Service for certain positions in the Food Administration.

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Herbert Hoover tells Tumulty that he has written to Edmonds in order to resolve the matter in his letter.

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Herbert Hoover tells Joseph Tumulty of the need to reassure the public of the abundance of food in order to prevent panic and hoarding of food that would results in a shortage to distribute to the Allies.

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On behalf of Herbert Hoover, Lewis Strauss tells Joseph Tumulty that he will be unable to accept the invitation to speak from the Lotos Club of New York.

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Herbert Hoover asks Joseph Tumulty to mention a recent settlement with a Louisiana sugar producer to Woodrow Wilson.

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On behalf of Herbert Hoover, Lewis Strauss thanks Joseph Tumulty for his help with a letter to James T. Allen.

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John Hallowell gives two recommendations for Federal Food Administrators that are approved by Woodrow Wilson.

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Herbert Hoover asks Tumulty to arrange an appointment for him to speak to the President about food conservation in his Thanksgiving Proclamation.

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Herbert Hoover replies to Tumulty regarding Miss DeNartick’s complaint about the Food Administration’s office building.

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Herbert Hoover tells Tumulty that he believes the President cannot give in to the request by J. A. Hall without opening himself up to many other such requests.

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On behalf of Herbert Hoover, Lewis Strauss tells Tumulty that due to Wilson’s support the matter of food sales to Allied governments is settled

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Herbert Hoover writes to Joseph Tumulty about wheat grown in the northwestern United States.

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Herbert Hoover sends Joseph Tumulty a paper showing the result of Mr. Reed’s efforts.

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Herbert Hoover writes to Joseph Tumulty about the price of wheat and flour and the unrest it is causing farmers.

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Herbert Hoover sends Joseph Tumulty a copy of a telegram to Woodrow Wilson from Mr. Todd.

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Lewis Strauss tells Joseph Tumulty that Herbert Hoover has received his letter and will excuse all persons to attend the Memorial Exercises at Arlington.

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Herbert Hoover responds to the letter by Isidor Jacobs that Joseph Tumulty had sent to him.

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Isidor Jacobs writes to Joseph Tumulty saying he thinks it short-sighted for the Food Administration to seek representatives only from the larger canneries.

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In reference to the letter from Mr. Reid, Herbert Hoover tells Tumulty that he would prefer such organizations to support food conservation efforts by excluding items from their menus that they are trying to save.

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Herbert Hoover thanks Tumulty for his letter regarding stopping in Oklahoma City on his trip west.

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Herbert Hoover sends Colonel House’s recommendation of Mr. Glasgow to Tumulty for the President’s response.

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Herbert Hoover addresses the controversy of Babst of the American Sugar Refining Company as a member of the sugar committee in his response to Joseph Tumulty.

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On behalf of Herbert Hoover, Lewis Strauss tells Tumulty Mr. Tobey can come at his convenience.

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Herbert Hoover does not think it is appropriate for the President to accept a gift due to the current sugar shortage.

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Herbert Hoover says it will be helpful if Woodrow Wilson approves Governor Manning’s proclamation.

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In this copy, Herbert Hoover sends Joseph Tumulty telegrams regarding drafting those considered to be key men in agriculture.

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Herbert Hoover writes to Joseph P. Tumulty regarding an executive order about the Food Administration that was sent to Woodrow Wilson to sign.

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Herbert Hoover acknowledges Joseph P. Tumulty’s letter.

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Herbert Hoover thanks Tumulty for sending him the Congressional Record regarding Mr. Carey declaring it a lie.

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Herbert Hoover replies to Joseph Tumulty saying he doubts the Food Administration will have a place fro Jerry Sullivan’s brother-in-law.

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Herbert Hoover returns Charles E. Lambert’s letter to Joseph Tumulty, declining the invitation to speak.

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Lewis Strauss sends Tumulty a list of New Jersey Commissioners from Herbert Hoover.

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Trying to garner support for Conservation Sunday, where Americans will be encouraged to volunteer for the Food Administration, Herbert Hoover asks Tumulty to show Woodrow Wilson the draft proclamation and finalize it to submit to papers.

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Herbert Hoover sends a copy of his note to Mr. Stacey of the Census Bureau to Joseph Tumulty.

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Herbert Hoover asks Woodrow Wilson to approach Edith Wilson about being the first American woman to sign the enclosed card. Every American woman would be asked to signed one of the cards.

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Herbert Hoover tells Joseph Tumulty that the government should release a statement about the embargo limiting food exports in order to maintain food levels at home.

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Herbet Hoover writes to Joseph Tumulty regarding names to consider for State Commissionser of the Food Administration should it be established.

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Herbert Hoover addresses Mr. Ong’s concerns regarding food supply in his reply to Joseph P. Tumulty.

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Herbert Hoover regrets that he will not be able to see the President before leaving for a two month stay in Europe.

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Herbert Hoover asks to meet with President Wilson for five minutes.

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Herbert Hoover asks Tumulty to bring the prepared note to the President’s attention.

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Herbert Hoover confirms his travel plans to Washington with Joseph Tumulty with plans to meet President Wilson on January 30, 1917.

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Woodrow Wilson asks Joseph P. Tumulty to sum up the effects that the changes in J.P. Morgan and Company have recently announced will have on the business world.

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Woodrow Wilson writes to Joseph P. Tumulty about the partisan appointments that Cornelius Ford was making at the Public Printing Office.

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Woodrow Wilson writes to Joseph P. Tumulty during his Christmas holidays and mentions that he feels comfortable having Tumulty in control in Washington while he is away.

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Woodrow Wilson writes to Joseph P. Tumulty telling him to expect him the next day and referenced phone call to Senator SImmons.

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Woodrow Wilson tells Joseph Tumulty that he agrees with William Jennings Bryan.

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James Kerney writes to Joseph Tumulty concerning John Purroy Mitchel.

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Rudolph Forster writes to Joseph Tumulty regarding China.

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Rudolph Forster writes to Joseph P. Tumulty about a telegram that Woodrow Wilson received from his brother-in-law.

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Germans send a telegram about armistice through Switzerland.

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Translation of a message from the German government.

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Secretary of War's reply to Colonel House sent along to President Wilson's secretary.

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Congressman Stephens sends an analysis of the vote in Nebraska.

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Letter accompanied translation of a speech by the German Chancellor.

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Pigeon section sends along a pigeongram.

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President Wilson directs his secretary to rewrite a report on America's efforts to produce for the war effort.

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Petition from Rev. Frederick B. Allen et al. against segregation in the federal government, forwarded by Andrew J. Peters.

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Meeting regarding segregation of federal offices.

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Alice Gertrude Gordon writes to President Woodrow Wilson’s secretary, Joseph P. Tumulty, posing as a newspaperwoman who wants to see Edith Bolling Wilson.

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Alfredo R. Corrales writes to Joseph P. Tumulty suggesting that listening to music could help the President and offers to come perform.

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Robert Lansing sends Joseph P. Tumulty several telegrams to show the President.

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Woodrow Wilson tells Joseph Tumulty that the White House will make a statement when he returns in the morning.

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Woodrow Wilson thanks Joseph Tumulty for sending him telegrams while he is away from Washington.

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Benjamin Strong Jr. writes Joseph P. Tumulty, and encloses a letter to the President.

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Benjamin Strong Jr. writes Joseph P. Tumulty regarding the liberty loan program.

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Benjamin Strong Jr. writes Joseph P. Tumulty regarding the Liberty Loan.

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Benjamin Strong Jr. writes Joseph P. Tumulty to ask again for a meeting with the President.

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Benjamin Strong Jr. thanks Joseph P. Tumulty for a letter of introduction to the American ambassador at Paris.

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