251.11 Insull, Samuel/228: Telegram
The Acting Secretary of State to the Minister in Greece (MacVeagh)
58. Your 116, November 16, noon. In the event that the Greek Government decides to expel Insull, and if it is necessary for him to be furnished with a valid travel document in order that such expulsion may be effected, the Department would be willing to rescind the cancellation of his passport accomplished by the Department’s telegram of January 5, 1933, and to notify American Consular officers accordingly. Insull could be notified that the Secretary of State had authorized the cancellation to be rescinded.
Please continue to keep the Department informed of developments. Please advise Harness that the Department of Justice desires him to remain in Athens pending further instructions.