National Affairs: The Smith Week

The Governor of New York, alert at Albany, spent three successive evenings beside his radio. It was a long time to wait for one announcement but he bore up cheerfully. The long sittings made historic a small, thickly upholstered sofa and a ponderous, brindled Great Dane named Jefferson, whom the Governor addressed now and then to ease his mind. Mrs. Emily Smith Warner (eldest daughter) and her husband were there, too. Also Walter Smith (youngest son), Mrs. Belle Moskowitz (chief publicist) and her husband; also secretaries, friends,...

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