HUNGARY: Jeremiah Smith?

The Hungarian Government offered Jeremiah Smith, Jr., 54-year-old Boston lawyer, the post of Commissioner General under the League of Nations' scheme for reconstruction of Hungary. The post had previously been refused by W. P. G. Harding, Boston banker, onetime President of the U. S. Federal Reserve Board, and by Roland Boyden, former American observer on the Reparations Commission. Mr. Smith accompanied the American Peace Mission to Paris in 1918, as adviser on financial questions.


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