The Press: Pictures

Weary of the inaccurate photographic representation his father's countenance had received in the newspapers, the son of a U. S. Senator for a Western State sent TIME what he felt to be an adequate picture of his sire. He requested that TIME use this picture if and when it became necessary for the Senator to appear before the public eye.

Not every one is so far-sighted as this Senator's son. Nor if they were would they be by any means sure of having settled, once for all, what manner of face the public shall behold...

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