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AMERICAN CONSUL LEAVES VLADIVOSTOK
Exequator Was Cancelled by Soviet May 1
Boston Daily Globe (1923-1927) - Boston, Mass.
Author: Special Dispatch to the Globe
Date: May 18, 1923
Start Page: 8
Pages: 1
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WASHINGTON, May 17--The State Department announced today that S. Pinkney Tuck, American Consul at Vladivostok, has closed the consulate there and left for Tokio, where he will await further orders. The consular records and other movable property were sent forward some time ago.

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