Microfilm Reel 194, File 64, "Russia"

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All the microfilm scans from the file number 64, "Russia," on reel 194 from the Executive Office files of the Woodrow Wilson Papers, series 4 in the Library of Congress finding aid.

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[Stamp: THE WHITE HOUSE, FEB 26 1914 RECEIVED]

DEPARTMENT OF STATE WASHINGTON

February 26, 1914.

ACK'D FEB 27 1914 C.L.S.

My dear Mr. President:

The Russian Ambassador has asked me to ascertain for him whether you are likely to appoint an Ambassador to Russia soon. He wants to make a trip to Russia, but would rather remain here until the appointment is made, if you intend to make it soon. Have you reached any decision in the matter that I could communicate to him?

With assurances of high respect. I am my dear Mr. President,

Very sincerely yours,

W. J. Bryan

The President, The White House.

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February 27, 1914

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My dear Mr. Secretary,

As to the question of the Russian Ambassador concerning the possibility of an early appointment of an Ambassador to Russia, I think we can say we intend to make every effort to make an early appointment. though we are not now certain that we can get such a man as we want within a short time. I do not see that he need forego his trip to Russia.

Always, Faithfully yours,

Hon. William Jennings Bryan, Secretary of State.

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May 15. 1914

SHARP, Wm. G.

Copy of letter the president wrote to Senator Pomerene in re the objection of the Russian Government to appoint of Sharpe as Ambassador to that country filed 1402

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STATE

June 5, 1914.

Secretary Bryan acknowledges receipt of our letter of the 3d instant transmitting a letter from Henry J. MELOSH concerning the desire of Abraham J. GOLDSTEIN to visit Russia and requesting that his passport be visaed by the proper Russian representative in this city. Encloses copy of printed circular on the subject of visas in which it is stated that the Department does not act as intermediary in obtaining visas by foreign representatives --- tells what should be done -- see 1442.

June 12, 1914

See another report made by the State Department in the case of Mrs.Rose Hershonstein filed 1479

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SECRETARY OF STATE, August 18, 1914.

For copy of the President'a letter to Secretary Bryan in reference to George T. Marye suggesting that, through Charge’ Wilson, the views of the Russian Goverment be obtained.

See 1480.

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