National Affairs: The Black Hills

With Cattle Rancher Ed Rhoades of South Dakota donating for the President's special use two miles of Squaw Creek (which runs through the Rhoades ranch and abounds with Lochlaven trout); with telephone linemen stringing wires from Custer Park to Rapid City; with Washington wondering who will accompany the President on his vacation trip (Mr. & Mrs. Frank Stearns of Boston, being mentioned as possible traveling companions); preparations for the Black Hills journey were well under way.

Meanwhile the Black Hills themselves, suddenly become an extraordinarily famed region, were described in Sunday newspaper...

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