Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Arthur send their condolences to William G. McAdoo

Identifier

WWP19608

Description

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Arthur send William G. McAdoo a condolence telegram on the death of Woodrow Wilson.

Source

Eleanor Wilson McAdoo Papers, University of California, Santa Barbara

Publisher

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum

Subject

Language

English

Text

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAM                      1924 FEB 3 PM 7 41
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DENVER COLO 3
HON WILLIAM G MCADOO
WASHINGTON DC

OUR DEEPEST AND MOST SINCERE SYMPATHY ABIDES WITH THE NOBLE AND SELF SACRIFICING MRS WOODROW WILSON AND WITH YOU AND YOURS THIS DAY OF OUR COUNTRY AND THE WORLDS PROFOUND GRIEF OVER THE IRREPARABLE LOSS OF WOODROW WILSON HE DIED FOR THE CAUSE OF PEACE AND HUMANE GOVERNMENT WAS MANKINDS BEST FRIEND SINCE THE TIME OF THE CHRISTUS AND WILL LIVE IN HISTORY AS THE GREATEST STATESMAN OF ALL TIME

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TO THE CREDIT OF THE COUNTRY HE LOVED SO WELL AND TO THE UTTER REPUDIATION OF HIS UNFAITHFUL TRADUCERS PLEASE CONVEY TO MRS WILSON OUR SORROW AND SYMPATHY 

MR AND MRS THOMAS ARTHUR.

Original Format

Letter

Files

D70122.pdf

Tags

Citation

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Arthur, “Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Arthur send their condolences to William G. McAdoo,” 1924 February 3, WWP19608 , Eleanor Wilson McAdoo Collection at the University of California-Santa Barbara, Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum, Staunton, Virginia.

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