Letters: Sep. 19, 1927

McKelvie Boomed

Sirs:

On reading your article "McKelvie v. Lowden" I wondered whether there was any significance behind that title. . . . . A few months ago one of the leading bank presidents of the country, at a conference of influential men of the Great Central West, I am informed, introduced ex-governor McKelvie [of Nebraska] as the next president. Doesn't it seem reasonable to surmise from these circumstances that have arisen during the past few months — McKelvie's conference with the President at Washington; the first overnight guest of the President at his summer home; the recipient of the only visit...

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