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

Senor Pedro M. Arcaya, 9/12/22

New U.S. envoy to Cuba guest of Cuban Ambassador. Washington D.C., July 15. J. Butler Wright, new U.S. Ambassador to Cuba, is greeted by Senor Dr. Pedro Martinez Fraga, Cuban Ambassador, as he arrived at the Cuban Embassy where he was guest at luncheon today, 7/15/37

New Cuban Ambassador. Washington, D.C., March 11. The new Cuban Ambassador to the United States Dr. Pedro Martinez from, left: photographed on the steps of the White House after presenting his credentials to President Roosevelt today. He is shown with Richard Southgate of the state Dept. Dr. Frada succeeds Senor Dr. Guillermo Patterson

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