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* Mr. Pulliam is a lawyer by profession and an observer and writer upon Latin-American topics. He lived for almost twenty years (1899-1919) in Spanish-speaking countries, on the Mexican border, in the Philippines, Santo Domingo, Cuba, and Chile; was Receiver General of Dominican Customs, 1907-1913; appointed by President Roosevelt immediately after ratification of the American-Dominlcan Convention of Feb. 8, 1907, and served throughout the Taft Administration; has represented American interests in Cuba, and during the was was manager for one of the Guggenheim copper interests in Chile.
William E. Pulliam*; The Bare Facts about Santo Domingo. Current History 1 March 1921; 13_Part-2 (3): 399–402. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.1921.13P2.3.399
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