142. Letter From Secretary of State Dulles to Foreign Minister Molotov1
Dear Mr. Molotov: We are all looking forward with pleasure to our dinner tonight which as you have already been informed will be at eight o’clock at the Pacific Union Club.
With a view to facilitating our discussion this evening concerning certain practical arrangements for the meeting of the four Heads of Government, I enclose a list of a number of such questions. The list is, of course, tentative and by no means inclusive, but I believe these questions represent at least some of the points we should examine here.
- Source: Department of State,
Conference Files: Lot 63 D 123, CF 486. Confidential. Attached
to this letter was a cover sheet which noted that it had been
drafted by Bohlen and
delivered to Molotov just
prior to his meeting with the three Western Foreign Ministers
(see PMCG (SF) MC–2,
infra). The Foreign Ministers were at San Francisco for ceremonies of the tenth anniversary of the United Nations.↩
- Printed from a copy that bears this typed signature.↩
- According to the cover sheet referred to in footnote 1 above, this list was based on Section I of the report of the Washington Tripartite Working Group as amended by the Foreign Ministers during their talks in New York.↩
- See Document 114.↩
- See Document 124.↩