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Credentials

Credentials
27 April 1961-26 April 1967, undated
52 digital pages, including 3 photographs
This folder contains materials concerning United States Ambassador James W. Wine's appointments to Luxembourg and the Ivory Coast, including ceremonial details for his presentation of credentials. Also included are photographs of Ambassador Wine and his family. This folder contains some French-language materials.
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Wine, James W. (James Wilmer), 1918-1990
JWPP-001-010
James Wine Personal Papers. James Wine Ambassadorial Files, 1961-1965. Credentials
This series contains correspondence, photographs, and other documents relating to James Wine’s appointments as Ambassador to Luxembourg and Ambassador to Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast).
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