June 1, 1942

At ten a.m. in Quezon's rooms at the Shoreham with Don Andres Soriano and Resident Commissioner "Mike" Elizalde helping us to correct the typed draft of the twenty minutes address Quezon is to deliver before the House of Representatives tomorrow. Dr. Clark, formerly one of his advisers in the Philippines was sent off to get..

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August 21, 1936

Brought home to lunch, Dr. Victor Clark, the economic expert from Washington, who has been here for four months. As we both have been "advisers" of Quezon we chaffed one another about the small amount of "work" given us. I mentioned how I had passed the morning, and he said: "dilute your morning's work down..

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May 21, 1936

Called on Dr. Victor Clark at the Manila Hotel; he is the new economic adviser to this government. He is employed by the Library of Congress of the United States. A great traveler and observer. He is well-balanced, but perhaps a little timid. Has been here before for several visits. He now advises the Filipinos..

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