National Affairs: Bogart's Barbecue

In 1886, when "Uncle Alf" Taylor first stumped from Knoxville to Memphis and back again, campaigning for the Governorship against his Brother Bob, he fiddled in vain for the political support of the gentlemen of Tennessee. Last week, the gentlemen of Tennessee, political and notable, danced attendance on Uncle Alf. In the greatest fox hunt the state has ever known, Tennessee honored its beloved old sportsman and one time (1920-22) governor, Alfred Alexander Taylor. And up in the rugged foothills of the Smoky Mountains, on the northeastern tongue of Tennessee, the rugged 80-year-old...

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