THE PRESIDENCY: Travels, Public & Private

Most of last week President Roosevelt spent away from his desk, the White House and Washington. His travels first took him to Gettysburg where he drove through cheering crowds to the battlefield. As the President ascended the platform there he was greeted by a white-haired lady of 85. Mrs. M. O. Smith, who as a girl, 71 years before, had stood on a similar platform, had sung a song to a great gathering, had heard Abraham Lincoln begin: "Fourscore and seven years ago our fathers. . . " Last week Mrs. Smith did...

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