The Federal Telegraph Company to the Secretary of State

Sir: Referring to your letter of March 18, 1921,29 regarding the protest of the Governments of Great Britain, Denmark and Japan, in which exception is taken to the Federal Telegraph Company’s contract of January 8, 1921, to [with] the Chinese Government which covered the undertaking of building and operating wireless stations in China, the Federal Telegraph Company now asks that the State Department will signify its approval of the Company’s immediately proceeding to carry out the conditions of the above contract.

I am [etc.]

Federal Telegraph Company
R. P. Schwerin
, President
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