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Senor Pedro M. Arcaya, [9/12/22]

Luncheon was given at the Pan American Union by Dr. L.S. Rowe, the Director General of the Pan American Union, in honor of Dr. Don Pedro Manuel Arcaya, the new minister from Venezuela

Senorita Urbaneja, Senorita Pietre, Dr. Pedro Manual Arcaya, Minister to the United States from Venezuela and his daughter, Senorita Teresa Arcaya, snapped at the Orquestre Tipica Mexicana which was held at the Pan American Union of Nov. 27th

Three of a kind. These ministers of Latin American countries photographed at the Mexican Embassy. From the left: Don Manuel Gonsales Zeledon of Costa Rica; Don Pedro M. Arcaya of Venezuela, and Don Enrique Bordenave of Paraguay, 10/21/35

Senor Pedro M. Arcaya, 9/12/22

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