JMAS-1 Financial MattersDocuments from  to 27 November 1930
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Correspondence between Dwight Morrow and Jean Monnet concerning their involvement in organising post-war loans, particularly with reference to Poland and with other matters relating to their economic interests in France and Mexico, includes: letter from Monnet to Morrow on Polish delegations visit to Paris regarding a loan and John Foster Dulles' negotiations with the Bank of France
letter from Morrow to Monnet regarding American hesitations in lending money to Poland because of political situation, asks Monnet to come to America to clarify situation. - request from Monnet for Morrow's view on legal implications for an American built dam in Mexico. - Letters on French financial situation.
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The originals are held in various Archives and Presidential Libraries in the USA