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To Major General Frank R. McCoy
June 2, 1941 Washington, D.C.
Thanks a lot for your letter of May 29th with the attached notes.1 I am really very glad to have your suggestions, and in a form that I can conveniently use for reference to appropriate sections of the Staff.2 If any further points occur to you, please write and send them in.
I have so little time for thinking things out that I am only too glad to have the advice and suggestions of someone in whom I have great confidence.
Give my love to Frances.
G. C. Marshall
Document Copy Text Source: Frank R. McCoy Papers, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Document Format: Typed letter signed.
1. McCoy had departed on March 5, 1941, for a three-month tour of Latin America. Sponsored in part by the State Department, he made the trip to survey United States diplomatic and military relations with the republics in the hemisphere. (New York Times, March 6, 1941, p. 7) Upon his return, he wrote to Marshall and enclosed his memorandum “Casual Comments on Military Attach