Letters, Mar. 18, 1935

Bodyguard

Sirs:

As you arc doubtless aware, much was made in the papers of the elaborate preparations for the protection of President Roosevelt during his recent visit to the Fly Club at Harvard [TIME, March 4 ]. It would seem that my experience on that evening would tend to disillusion those who would take this protection too literally. On the evening of the President's visit, I, in a slightly intoxicated, though by no means drunken, condition, waited with the small group outside of the Club to see the President leave. As he drove along...

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