The Secretary of State to the Chilean Ambassador (Mathieu)

Excellency: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your note of December 15, 1922, by which you inform me that the date for the opening of the Fifth Pan American Conference to meet at Santiago has been set for the 25th day of March of next year, and extend by the instruction of your Government an invitation to the Government of the United States to be represented in the said Conference.

Thanking Your Excellency for your communication, I am happy to accept, on behalf of the Government of the United States, the invitation thus courteously extended. The names of the United States representatives will in due course be communicated to your Government, through the American Ambassador at Santiago, and to you.18

Accept [etc.]

Charles E. Hughes
  1. The delegation of the United States was composed of Henry P. Fletcher, chairman; Frank B. Kellogg; Atlee Pomerene; Willard Saulsbury; Frank C. Partridge; George E. Vincent; William Eric Fowler; and Leo S. Rowe.