National Affairs: Two-Vote Man

The business of the Manhattan Putnams is publishing. Major George Haven Putnam, 84-year-old son of the founder of the business, last week demonstrated that he does not lag behind his able nephew, George Palmer Putnam, or his grandnephew, David Binney Putnam, in exercising the sinew of publishing, publicity. When newsgatherers interviewed Major Putnam upon his return from a visit to England, he was ready for them with alarming news. He had never, he said, formally become a U. S. citizen. He was in the habit of voting in England as well as in the...

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