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Kearney, William R. Jr. (fl. 1922) from William R. Kearney Jr.

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09761.06 Author/Creator: Kearney, William R. Jr. (fl. 1922) Place Written: Moscow, Russia Type: Typed letter Date: 30 May 1922 Pagination: 1 p. ; 27.4 x 20.5 cm.

Summary of Content: One typed letter from William R. Kearney Jr. dated May 30, 1922 copied to the district supervisor of the Samara offices of the American Relief Administration. Message is a response to telegram from May 29, 1922 (see GLC09761.05) pertaining to Ruhl's damaged car. Kearney asks that Ruhl state what car was used for, who was in charge of the car's inspection, and tools used for inspection.

Background Information: William R. Kearney Jr., was the Chief of Motor Transport Division in the American Relief Administration.

People: Ruhl, Arthur, 1876-1935
Kearney, William R. Jr., fl. 1922

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

Subjects: RussiaWelfareInternational RelationsInternational relief

Sub Era: The Great Depression

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