Browse Items (17 total)

  • Date is exactly "1918 November 11"
Herbert Hoover forwards two telegrams to Woodrow Wilson and advises against allowing food and relief supplies from the U.S. to be controlled by other nations.
Senator Pittman asks if he would be more valuable at home or in Paris.
Thinks President Wilson will find the enclosed German article on state control of industry interesting.
Letter of goodwill from leading Romanians to President Wilson.
Secretary of State told the Russian ambassador that he would tell President Wilson about the massacre by Bolsheviks.
Two confidential reports on the Stars and Stripes audit (duplicates of Scrapbook page 46b).
Two confidential reports on the Stars and Stripes audit.
Letter written from Elsie Ambuehl to John P. Ambuehl on the occasion of Armistice
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