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December 17th, 1915.

!ly dear T!!r. Secretary:

to-day, I
On r..tarnIng from Tashington
Bankers
find that Mr. Kent, Vice President of the

Captain DeckTrust Company has written to you mad

presented f r a
er direct in regard t the claim
the transbounty or commission in connr?otion with
2(
portation of gold to Turepo on the U. S. S. Tennosn._
see.
Permit mm to express my warm appreciation
spoke to you about
of the coarmtesy extended no then I

this matter.
Very truly yours,

Honorable Josephus Daniels,

Secretary of the Yavy,
ashington, D. O.
BS Jr/VCM

December 7, 1915.

Hon. Josephus Daniels,
Secretary of the
Washin
Sir:-

In the matter of the gold shipped in the summer of 1914
upon the U. S. S. "Tennessee"
erm
me to state that I have recently seen Mx. Benjamin Str
Jr.
ormer President of this institution, who recounted an
terview
cently had with you.
I
have to-day written to Capt n Benton
Decker a letter, of which
copy is enclosed.
y yours,

PIK/MS
Enc.




Vice-President.

August 12, 1914.

Hon. Josephus Daniels,
Secretary of the Navy,
Washington, D. C.
My dear kr. Daniels:-

Your kind note of the 11th instant was received this
morning, and I beg once more to express my appreciation of your
courtesy and cooperation in respect of the shipment of gold. Your
letter is fully understood and will be regarded as personal and
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oonfidential.
With kindest regards, believe me,
Faithfully yours,
(Signed) Benjamin Strong, Jr.
President.




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