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- Henry Cabot Lodge writes about his vacation during the congressional recess. He also talks of the larceny trial of R. G. Proctor and wonders if District Attorney John B. Moran is trying to get James Burton Reynolds (ex-secretary of the Republican state committee for Massachusetts) and Colonel Thomas Talbot (chairman of the state committee) indicted for perjury. Moran is angling to run for governor and has already been nominated by the prohibitionists. Finally, Cabot Lodge talks of books he is reading and sends his love to Edith and the children.
- Books and reading, Trials, Vacations, Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ), Reynolds, James Burton, 1870-1948
- Theodore Roosevelt Center
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Letter from Henry Cabot Lodge to Theodore Roosevelt
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