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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DEPARTMENT OF STATE WASHINGTON. D.C.

The President, The White House.

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Copy of TELEGRAM

THE WHITE HOUSE, WASHINGTON

April 13, 1917

Cornelius N. Bliss, Jr., New York City.

Seward Prossor, New York City.

Cleveland H. Dodge, New York City.

Frank Stuyvezant Peabody, Chicago, Ill.

Julius Rozenwald, Chicago, Ill.

Charles D. Horton, New York City.

Vance McCormick, Harrisburg, Penn.

H. P. Davison, New York City.

Henry Morgesthan, New York City.

Eliot Goodwin, Washington, D. C.

Louis [P]. Hill, St. Paul, Minnesota.

Frank B. Hayne, New Orleans, La.

Jonn H. Miller Los Angeles, Calif.,

Richard F. Grant, Cleveland, Ohio.

Judge George S. Taliaferre, San Antonio, Texas.

Lawrence C. Phipps, Sr., Denver, Colorado.

Henry Corbett, Portland, Ore.

Joseph [?] Tumulty, Washington, D. C.

F. L. [Higinson?], Jr., Boston, Mass.

George Marton Pepper, Philadelphia, Penn.

John [?], Philadelphia, Penn.

Thomas F. [?], Washington, D. C.

William H. Crocker, San Francisco, Calif.

The President proposes to designate a day in May on which the entire nation shall concentrate its attention toward the vitally important matter of financing the American National Red Cross for its responsibilities both toward soldiers and non-combatants. The President requests that you will attend a meeting at the office of the American Red Cross in Washington of a small committee of representative men from various parts of the countty to consider this matter. The meeting will be held on Saturday, April 21st, at ten-thirty A. M.

J. F. Tumulty, Secretary to the President.

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31 WU. FD. 228 1 extra 10:26 p.m.

New York, April 15, 1917.

THE PRESIDENT.

"Residence of Hon. Joseph H. Choate, Eight East 63rd street, New York". On behalf of Messrs. Edwin A. Alderman, Henry J. Allen, Robert Bacon, Albert C. Burrage, Nicholas Murray Butler, Joseph H. Choate, Chauncey M. Depew, Chas. V. Eliot, Robert Ewing, Geo. W. Fairchild, Charles R. Flint, Lyman J. Gage, Jas. W. Gerard, Sam’l Gompers, Myron T. Herrick, John Grier Hibben, W. T. Hildrup, Jr., David Jayne Hill, Clark Howell, Charles Evans Hughes, R. S. Lovett, Theodore Marburg, S. Stanwood Menken, Franklin Murphy, T. J. Obrien, Alton B. Parker, Geo. Haven Putnam, Chester P. Rowell, Jacob Schiff, Geo. Sutherland, Geo. Edgar Vincent, William M. Wood, The American committee for the encouragement of democratic goverment in Russia, at whose suggestion twenty two states of the American Union have already sent formal messages of congratulation and sympathy to the new goverment of Russia, we respectfully urge that at this critical moment there be dispatched to Russia a commission thoroughly representative of all elements in American life to convey to the provisional goverment an expression of the congraturations and sympathy of the American people, and to confer with that goverment as to the most effective ways and means of securing complete cooperation between Russia and the United States in the prosecution of the war for civil liberty and human justice, in which they are both so earnestly engaged.

Charles R. Flint, Chairman.

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Please acknowledge with my appreciation.

The President.

C. L. S.

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Please acknowledge with an expression of my appreciation the telegram signed Charles R. Flint.

The President. C.L.S.

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