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United States Department of State / Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, with the annual message of the president transmitted to Congress December 2, 1902
(1902)

Siam,   pp. 943-948 PDF (315.7 KB)


Page 946

Accept, etc.  ALVEY A. ADEE. 946 FOREIGN RELATIONS. 
whenever convenient to him, and I would beg your kind offices in making an
appointment for that purpose. Permit me to explain that the dates for being
in Washington, as given in the itinerary, were suggested by the knowledge
that the President would be there about that time, but in any case the Crown
Prince would be most happy to hold himself at the President's disposal in
the arrangement of time and place. 
 I beg further to inclose a list of His Royal Highness's party for your information.
 I have, etc., AKHARAJ VARADHARA. 
[Inclostire 1.1 
Programme (~f the prjvate tour of his Ro!Iai highness the Grown Prince of
Siam through 
the United States. 
 Arriving by the German mail steamer Kziser Wilhelm der Grösse, from
Cherbourg September 30 or October 1, will spend three days in New York, including
West Point; visit Newport October 4, thence to Boston October 5 and 6 to
see Harvard and inspect factories in the vicinity; arrive at Washington in
the morning of October 7; at the service of the President on October 7 and
8; proceed to Philadelphia October 9 for six days, including a personal visit
to Mr. William Potter. On October 16 start on the main tour in a special
train to visit in order the following cities and places of interest: Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, Pittsburg, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Chicago, St. Paul, Yellowstone
Park, Butte copper mines, Salt Lake City, Glenwood Springs, Colorado Springs,
Pikes Peak, Cripple Creek gold mines, Santa Fe, the Indian pueblos of New
Mexico, Grand Canyon of the Colorado, Los Angeles, Pasadena wineries, San
Diego, Coronado Beach, Santa Barbara, Del Monte, San José, Lick Observatory,
San Francisco, and Yosemite Valley. In all probability the Prince will sail
from San Francisco. 
 Siamese Legation, Washington, July 30, 1902. 
[Inclosure 2.] 
List of the Grourn Prince of Siam's party who will visit the United States.
 His Royal Highness the Crown Prince of Siam. 
 Colonel Phya Rajavallobh, first aid-de-camp. 
 Captain Lusang Sarasiddhi, second aid-de-camp. 
 Mom R. Anuvatra, private secretary. 
 His Royal Highness Prince Chakrabongse, brother of the Crown Prince. 
 An aid-de-camp or an officer in attendance. 
 Siamese Legation, Washington, July 30, 1902. 
Afr. Adee to ~2Jfr. Akharaj. 
No. 7.] DEPARTMENT OF STATE, 
  Washington August 6, 1902. 
 SIR: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your note of the 31st
ultimo advising this Department of the approaching visit of His Royal Highness
the Crown Prince of Siam to the United States. 
 In reply I beg to say that I have forwarded copies of your note and its
inclosures to the President for an expression of his pleasure in regard to
the date of his reception of the Crown Prince. 


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