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  • January 25, 1951

    The US Consul General at Calcutta (Wilson) to the Department of State, 'Transmitting Copies of Reports of Indian Representative at Lhasa, Tibet, for October, November, and December 1950'

    Reports of the Indian Mission in Lhasa, Tibet, for the months of October-December 1950.

  • March 12, 1951

    The US Consul General at Calcutta (Wilson) to the Secretary of State, Tel. 387

    A summary of the January 1951 report of the Indian Mission in Lhasa.

  • March 12, 1951

    The US Consul General at Calcutta (Wilson) to the Department of State, 'Transmitting Monthly Report of Indian Mission at Lhasa, Tibet, for Period Ending January 15, 1951'

    Report of the Indian Mission in Lhasa from January 1951

  • April 23, 1951

    The US Consul General at Calcutta (Wilson) to the Department of State, 'Transmitting Two Additional Monthly Reports of Indian Mission at Lhasa, Tibet'

    Reports of the Indian Mission in Lhasa for February-March 1951.

  • April 23, 1951

    The US Consul General at Calcutta (Wilson) to the Department of State, 'Transmitting Two Additional Monthly Reports of Indian Mission at Lhasa, Tibet'

    Reports of the Indian Mission in Lhasa from February-March 1951.

  • April 25, 1951

    Telegram No. 663, Wilson (Calcutta) to SecState, Washington

    A summary of the reports of the Indian Mission to Lhasa for January-March 1951.

  • December 15, 1951

    The US Consul General at Calcutta (Wilson) to the Department of State, 'Transmitting Report of Indian Mission at Lhasa for Month Ending October 15, 1951'

    Report of the Indian Mission in Lhasa for October 1951.

  • January 31, 1952

    The US Consul General at Calcutta (Wilson) to the Department of State, 'Transmitting Monthly Report of the Indian Mission at Lhasa for Period Ending December 15, 1951'

    The report of the Indian Mission in Lhasa for December 1951.

  • May 23, 1952

    Despatch No. 652, American Consulate, Calcutta, India, to the Department of State, Washington, 'Transmitting Memorandum of Conversation between Consular Office and Prince Peter of Greece regarding Tibet'

    US Consular Office William Gibson and Prince Peter of Greece discuss developments in Tibet and Indo-Tibetan trade. Princess Irene offers unflattering views on a group of White Russian refugees who exited Xinjiang via Kalimpong and later immigrated to the United States. In a cover note, Evan M. Wilson dismisses Irene's comments but notes that Prince Peter's information was 'quite accurate.'

  • July 28, 1952

    The US Consul General at Calcutta (Wilson) to the Department of State, 'Monthly Reports of the Indian Political Agent at Lhasa, Tibet'

    Evan Wilson writes that the US Embassy in New Delhi may no longer be able to receive copies of the reports from the Indian Mission in Lhasa.