THE PRESIDENCY: The White House Week: Jun. 7, 1926

The clock struck 6:00. The President stood in the Blue Room with Secretary Kellogg by his side. The doors flew open. Flanked on the one side by J. Butler Wright, second Assistant Secretary of State, and on the other side by Woolmar F. Bostrom, M. E. & P. from Sweden, a tall figure in a frock coat advanced toward the two little men waiting. The stooping little man with white hair, turned to the little man with the wry face and exclaimed: "Your Excellency, may I present...

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