THE PRESIDENCY: Here Come the British

Incalculable tons of water had cascaded over Niagara Falls between 1776 and a summery night last week when the great-great-great-grandson of England's George III was trundled across Niagara River to set foot in the U. S. A.—first British sovereign ever to do so. A royal red carpet was spread on the station platform at Niagara Falls, N. Y. and when the blue & silver royal train slid in, Secretary of State Cordell Hull & wife stepped up to welcome the visitors. Mr. Hull said: "Your Majesties, on behalf of the Government and...

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