Item No: pixc00220
Title: Making Haste Slowly
Additional Title: Making Haste Slowly
Print and Picture Collection
Created for Evening Public Ledger, date unknown.
"To gain diplomatic recognition and foreign trade, the Soviets first needed representation abroad, and representation in turn required financing through gold or foreign currencies. As we have already seen, the first step was to establish the Soviet Bureau in New York under Ludwig Martens. At the same time, efforts were made to transfer funds to the United States and Europe for purchases of needed goods. Then influence was exerted in the U.S. to gain recognition or to obtain the export licenses needed to ship goods to Russia."
Sutton, Antony C. "Chapter 9: Guaranty Trust Goes To Russia." Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution. New Rochelle, N.Y.: Arlington House, 1974. Print.
Sykes, Charles Henry, 1882-1942 - Artist