Letter to Governor Woodrow Wilson from William Jennings Bryan
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Autograph letter signed. Hand-written message, signed, over typescript copy of letter by Woodrow Wilson from August 15, 1911. Refers to "rule of reason"(?) decisions, anti-trust law, and Democratic platforms. Letter by Wilson refers to independence for the Philippine Islands.
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- Bryan, William Jennings, 1860-1925 (Person)
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William Jennings Bryan was born 1860 in Salem, Ill., and died in 1925. He ran unsuccessfully three times as the Democratic candidate for president and was Woodrow Wilson's Secretary of State from 1913 to 1915.
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Gift of Ronald B. Levinson.
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