The Ambassador in France (Wallace) to the Secretary of State
[Received December 9.]
Sir: With reference to previous correspondence concerning the reciprocal rights of the United States for the use of the Lafayette Radio Station at Croix d’Hins, France, I have the honor to enclose, in copy and translation, a Note dated November 22, 1920, from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
This communication is in reply to informal representations made by the Embassy, at the suggestion of the Naval Attaché, that the French Government should authorize certain of its delegates to the Preliminary Communications Conference47 to discuss a reciprocity clause with the competent American authority.
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