• Diplomat Henry White Signed Treaty Of Versailles; Considered "The Most Useful Man In Diplomatic Service"

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    HENRY WHITE (March 29, 1850 – July 15, 1927) was a prominent U.S. diplomat during the 1890s and 1900s and one of the signers of the Treaty of Versailles, which brought World War I to an end.  Theodore Roosevelt described White as “the most useful man in the entire diplomatic service, during my Presidency and for many years before.” 


    Offering a 1 ½ page, ALS, 4 ½ x 7, on Knickerbocker Club stationary. No salutation, no date. Possibly a partial letter.  “I expect to be back in Washington on Friday evening when you might let me find...how this project strikes your fancy. I do not expect to be at the Baltimore Ball....Sincerely yrs, Henry White...


    Folds, toning, small scrape on verso.


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