THE PRESIDENCY: At White Pine Camp- Aug. 2, 1926

¶ The President greeted cordially Secretary of War Dwight Filley Davis, the first , overnight guest at White Pine Camp. (Senator Fess was the second). Mr. Davis and his host strolled about the grounds, then ambled down to Lake Osgood to inspect rods and lines and to practice casting. They discussed the possibility of moving the Curtis Bay (near Baltimore) and Raritan, N. J., arsenals to some relatively detached point (see Army and Navy, p. 6).

Mr. Davis, no sleepyhead, was out fishing with Native Oscar Otis at 5 the following morning. He...

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