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<A HREF="images/Page01.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page01tn.jpg" WIDTH="113" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">Walter H. Page</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page02.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page02tn.jpg" WIDTH="113" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">Allison Francis Page (1824-1899),
father of Walter H. Page
</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page03.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page03tn.jpg" WIDTH="111" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">Catherine Raboteau Page (1831-1897),
mother of Walter H. Page
</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page04.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page04tn.jpg" WIDTH="72" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">Walter H. Page in 1876, when he was a Fellow of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md.</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page05.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page05tn.jpg" WIDTH="103" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">Basil L. Gildersleeve, Professor of Greek,
Johns Hopkins University, 1876-1915
</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page06.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page06tn.jpg" WIDTH="102" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">Walter H. Page (1899) from a photograph taken when he was editor of the Atlantic Monthly</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page07.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page07tn.jpg" WIDTH="113" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">Dr. Wallace Buttrick,
President of the General Education Board
</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page08.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page08tn.jpg" WIDTH="99" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">Charles D. McIver, of Greensboro, North Carolina, a leader in the cause of Southern Education</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page09.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page09tn.jpg" WIDTH="113" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">Woodrow Wilson in 1912</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page10.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page10tn.jpg" WIDTH="105" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">Walter H. Page, from a photograph taken a few years before he became American Ambassador to Great Britain</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page11.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page11tn.jpg" WIDTH="120" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">The British Foreign Office, Downing Street</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page12.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page12tn.jpg" WIDTH="114" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">No. 6 Grosvenor Square,
the American Embassy under Mr. Page
</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page13.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page13tn.jpg" WIDTH="97" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">Irwin Laughlin, Secretary of the American Embassy at London, 1912-1917, Counsellor 1916-1919</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page14.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page14tn.jpg" WIDTH="79" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">Sir Edward Grey</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page15.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page15tn.jpg" WIDTH="108" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">Col. Edward M. House.
From a painting by P. A. Laszlo
</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page16.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page16tn.jpg" WIDTH="93" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">The Rt. Hon. Herbert Henry Asquith,
Prime Minister of Great Britain, 1908-1916
</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page17.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page17tn.jpg" WIDTH="100" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">Herbert C. Hoover, in 1914</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page18.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page18tn.jpg" WIDTH="122" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">A facsimile page from the Ambassador's letter of November 24, 1916, resigning his Ambassadorship</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page19.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page19tn.jpg" WIDTH="96" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">Walter H. Page, at the time of America's entry into the war, April, 1917</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page20.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page20tn.jpg" WIDTH="112" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">Resolution passed by the two Houses of Parliament, April 18, 1917, on America's entry into the war</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page21.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page21tn.jpg" WIDTH="116" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">The Rt. Hon. David Lloyd George,
Prime Minister of Great Britain, 1916-
</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page22.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page22tn.jpg" WIDTH="108" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">The Rt. Hon. Arthur James Balfour (now the Earl of Balfour), Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1916-1919</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page23.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page23tn.jpg" WIDTH="124" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">Lord Robert Cecil, Minister of Blockade, 1916-1918, Assistant Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1918</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page24.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page24tn.jpg" WIDTH="101" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">General John J. Pershing, Commander-in-Chief of the American Expeditionary Force in the Great War</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page25.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page25tn.jpg" WIDTH="88" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">Admiral William Sowden Sims, Commander of American Naval Forces operating in European waters during the Great War</TD> <P ALIGN=CENTER><A HREF="images/Page26.jpg"><IMG SRC="thumbnails/Page26tn.jpg" WIDTH="120" HEIGHT="144" ALIGN="BOTTOM" BORDER="1" ></A></TD> <TD WIDTH="95%">A silver model of the Mayflower, the farewell gift of the Plymouth Council to Mr. Page