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Haskell, William N. Jr. (1878-1952) to Arthur Ruhl

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09761.03 Author/Creator: Haskell, William N. Jr. (1878-1952) Place Written: Moscow, Russia Type: Typed letter signed Date: 10 May 1922 Pagination: 3 p. ; 26.5 x 20.4 cm.

Summary of Content: One letter from William N. Haskell addressed to Arthur Ruhl dated May 10, 1922. Haskell relays survey questions for Ruhl to consider while working in Russia. Questions pertain to food distributions, living conditions, hospitals, office equipment needed, Russian Red Cross, increase of American presence, and stipulations of the Riga Agreement.

People: Ruhl, Arthur, 1876-1935
Haskell, William N. Jr., 1878-1952

Historical Era: Progressive Era to New Era, 1900-1929

Subjects: RussiaWelfareInternational RelationsInternational reliefChildren and FamilyHuman RightsHunger

Sub Era: The Great Depression

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