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Here is some information below plus I would also suggest obtaining files on the individual from the Records Group 59 Records of the Department of State Relating to World War I and its Termination, 1914-1929.
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Dear Mr. Adame,
Thank you for posting your request on History Hub!
Please refer to an earlier History Hub thread on General Victoriano Huerta.
In addition, we suggest consulting Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS). This is a Department of State publication of selected documents from the Department’s files and other sources. Besides providing the text of the most important documents on U.S. foreign policy, FRUS also provides a source citation printed either as a header with the document or as a footnote). Those references to file numbers or other records identification are the keys to locating not only the printed documents but other documents on the same subject not selected for publication. Cited "Lot Files" may be difficult to identify among the records in the National Archives using just the Lot number. FRUS is usually available at large universities or public libraries, and in the U.S. Government Depository Libraries. Volumes are available online at https://www.state.gov/r/pa/ho/frus/. We searched a FRUS volume for 1915 for Victoriano Huerta. The search produced 13 results. The search of the entire Office of the Historian website produced 52 results for Victoriano Huerta.
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