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  • Date is exactly "1917 August 23"
Woodrow Wilson writes to Herbert Hoover to approve his proposals.
Herbert Hoover writes to accept Woodrow Wilson’s invitation to dinner.
Thomas Gregory acknowledges Herbert Hoover’s question and advises Woodrow Wilson on the role of the U.S. Food Administrator and the amount of control the president has over the Food Administration.
Thomas Gregory sends a copy of his letter to Wilson regarding the U.S. Food Administrator to Herbert Hoover.
Herbert Hoover forwards a letter to Woodrow Wilson that caused misrepresentation of the Food Administration and stirred up dissent among farmers throughout the country.
Thomas Watt Gregory writes to Woodrow Wilson in answer to Herbert Hoover's letter regarding executive power included in the Food and Fuel Control Act.
Helen Bones writes to her cousin Woodrow Wilson about her travels to Chicago and the Great Lakes Training Station.
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