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  • Subject contains "Pershing, John J. (John Joseph), 1860-1948"

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One additional copy

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Was a gift to Rear Admiral Cary T. Grayson

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President Wilson wonders if it would be better to not send the enclosed letter from Baker.

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Secretary of War tells President Wilson that he wants to send copies of cables with Colonel House to General Pershing.

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Short quote from a cable enclosed with letter to President Wilson.

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Secretary of War complains about miscommunication from General Pershing.

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Secretary of War sends President Wilson several messages from Europe and a proposed response.

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Secretary of War has information on the situation at the front and with the Allies.

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General March passes along cablegram from General Pershing.

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President Wilson and Gen. Pershing reviewing troops in France.

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Photograph of General John J. Pershing

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Photograph of Georges Clemenceau and John J. Pershing at Versailles, France

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General John Joseph Pershing talking to Marshal Joseph Jacques Césaire Joffre.

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John J. Pershing and Cary T. Grayson in an open carriage, probably on 1918 December 26.

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Woodrow Wilson and John J. Pershing stand at attention as the national anthem is being played at an American camp in France, on 25 December 1918.

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Woodrow Wilson and John J. Pershing in France, probably on Christmas Day, 1918

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[John J. Pershing], Edith Bolling Wilson, and Woodrow Wilson on a reviewing stand, probably on Christmas day, 1918.

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Woodrow Wilson and John J. Pershing review American troops in France on Christmas Day, 1918.
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