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Letter from Frank Harper to Borden D. Whiting

Harper, Frank, 1882-1970
Frank Harper encloses a letter from George D. Chenowith and asks Borden D. Whiting to address the issue as head of the New Jersey Progressive organization. Harper considers Chenowith a stop-gap candidate and thinks the Progressives can make a strong showing in New Jersey.
Presidents--Election, Campaign management, Political parties--Planning, Political candidates, Political campaigns, New Jersey--Newark, New Jersey--Woodbury, Progressive Party (1912), Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
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