Samuel R. Bertron to Woodrow Wilson




Wilson Papers, Library of Congress, Library of Congress, Washington, District of Columbia



Dear Mr. President

I have been aiding Mr. House and Secretary McAdoo in the matter of getting certain information for them regarding possible appointees to the Federal Reserve Board¹ in Washington. Realizing the utmost importance of this selection I have given a great deal of thought to it and if by any chance I can be of the slightest assistance to you it will give me very great pleasure to call upon you any time that you may name on Wednesday and Thursday of next week. I shall be in Washington representing the American Chamber of Commerce of Paris at the meeting of the United States Chamber of Commerce at that time.
I earnestly hope that this communication will find you enjoying renewed health and vigor, thus enabling you to proceed with the great work which you are accomplishing.

Respectfully yours,
Please believe me,

A. SR Bertron

Original Format




Bertron, Samuel R., 1865-1938, “Samuel R. Bertron to Woodrow Wilson,” 1914 February 4, WWP18333, First Year Wilson Papers, Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum, Staunton, Virginia.