May 23, 1936

Trip to San Pablo with Colonel Craig, Mrs. White and Miss Wolfson. The manager of the dessicated coconut factory there (Stofford) told of periodic visits from four or five agents of the Department of Labour, enquiring of workmen whether they had "any complaints." As a matter of fact there were none, since the eight hundred..

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April 24-25, 1936

Long talks with Unson about the Philippine Government. He remarked that General Wood had a sense of humour and was a strong character--in some respects was a great man. Does not know why Wood vetoed the act to create a Budget Office. Unson and I discussed the Bureau of Science. He thinks it is attempting too..

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March 7, 1936

Photographed by Arellano for Malacañan. Quezon wishes to hang up photos of Taft, myself and Murphy as the three Americans most closely connected with significant chapters of the American occupation. Arellano told me that everywhere confidence in Quezon was growing--that he was a real leader. Papers contain notices about two matters showing the results of..

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