Letter, 1936 Oct. 20 : the White House, Washington, [DC], to Robert St. John, Concord, NH.

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Letter, 1936 Oct. 20 : the White House, Washington, [DC], to Robert St. John, Concord, NH.

Comments on the strength of the Democratic Party in New Hampshire, success in the primary, and hopes for the upcoming election.

[1] p., 1 leaf ; 23 x 36 cm., folded to 10.5 x 11 cm.

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