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Important British messages handed over by Barclay.

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Letter of goodwill from leading Romanians to President Wilson.

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Secretary of State told the Russian ambassador that he would tell President Wilson about the massacre by Bolsheviks.

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Germans are trying to spread revolution in Russia.

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Secretary of State sends along the memo from his conference with Japan on the situation in Siberia.

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Secretary of State sends along two radiograms to President Wilson.

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Request for instructions about control of prices with Britain

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US embassy in London reports on efforts at rebuilding.

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Passing along a message Cotton wrote for Hoover that it is important to consider trade in the armistice.

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Secret communication of the views in Europe on the possibility of continued German submarine actions.

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British embassy passes on information they have from their ambassador to Switzerland.

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Secretary of State shares his concerns about the political situation in Europe.

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Report on the fighting at Archangel, including the death of sixty-five officers.

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President Wilson forgot some of the details about the situation in Archangel.

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Russian citizens suffering from reign of terror.

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President Wilson should respond to reports of terrorism in Russia.

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Appraisal of the military situation in Siberia.

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Important message on neutral nations rushed to President Wilson.

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President Wilson has a high opinion of Walter Lippmann but wants to keep control over propaganda.

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Secretary of State tells President Wilson that they do not know much about what is going on with Captain Lippmann.

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Some Americans in France claiming authority they do not have.

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Secretary State shares some views from the Ambassador to France.

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Secretary of State sends President Wilson a report about the Czechoslovaks in Siberia.

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Photograph of Bainbridge Colby

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Photo of a painting of Bainbridge Colby by Douglas Volk
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