Imaginary Interviews: Mar. 10, 1924

J. P. Morgan, famed banker: "I sailed for Europe on the Lapland. On reaching Naples I shall go aboard my yacht The Corsair and shall spend several weeks cruising the Mediterranean, going as far east as Egypt."

Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt: "In recognition of the friendly services of my late husband to Japan, I, at Toyko, was entertained at a tea-party in the name of Her Majesty the Empress at the mansion of Prince Higashi Fushimi."

William Allen White, famed editor of the Emporia Gazette: "In a speech before the Writers' Club of Columbia University, I...

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