Diary of John William Davis [manuscript], 1919-1921.


Diary of John William Davis [manuscript], 1919-1921.

Diary of John W. Davis kept during his tenure as Ambassador to the Court of St. James. Includes accounts of discussions with British and other world leaders. Of interest is a draft of his letter of resignation and a memorandum, 1920, of a discussion with David Lloyd George on the American elections, the League of Nations, Anglo-French relations and American Naval expansion.

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