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President Wilson has taken action to permit American shipyard to accept foreign contracts.

Woodrow Wilson writes to John P. Mitchel about his resignation of the post of Collector of the Port.

Woodrow Wilson nominates John Purroy Mitchel to the post of Collector of the Port of New York.


Chairman of the Shipping Board passes along a letter from Charles Day.
Letter sent along from the embassy in London about shipping of food supplies.
Not enough ships to bring home American ships if peace breaks out.

Successfully built wooden ships should be put in their own unit after war.
Head of the shipping board assures President Wilson should not be worried that the US is preparing for economic advantage at sea.
Private note from President Wilson to not upset the English with talk of new US shipping power.
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