National Geographic : 1917 Aug
- Photograph courtesy ofGeneral Hugh L.Scott THE MEN WHO CARRIED A MESSAGE OF AMITY, ENCOURAGEMENT, AND GODSPEED FROM THE MOST POWERFUL REPUBLIC IN THE WORLD TO THE NEWEST SELF-GOVERNING NATION The American Mission to Russia. Standing from right to left: Major Stanley Washburn, assistant secretary tothe Mission; Basil Miles, sec retary; Lieutenant Alva D. Bernhard, aide to Admiral Glennon; Surgeon Holton S. Curl, U. S. N .; Hugh A.Moran; Brigadier General Wm. V. Judson (detailed to remain in Petrograd as military attache to the American embassy); Brigadier General R.E.L.Michie, aide tothe Chief of Staff; Baron de Ramsay, attache of the Russian Foreign Office; F. Willoughby Smith, assistant secretary and American consul atTiflis; Lieuten ant Colonel T. Bentley Mott. Seated from right to left: Charles Edward Russell, Samuel R. Bertron, John R.Mott, Rear Admiral James I.Glen non, Ambassador David R. Francis, Elihu Root, chairman; Major General Hugh L. Scott, Chief of Staff; James Duncan, Charles R.Crane, and Cyrus H. McCormick.