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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ... chapter xxiii national republican convention at chicago renom ination of taft and sherman progressives bolt and nominate roosevelt and marshall A final word. the fifteenth national Republican convention assembled in Chicago, June 18, 1912. There were 1,078 delegates. Illinois was represented by fifty-eight delegates, as follows: From the state at large, Charles S. Deneen, Roy O. West, B. A. Eckhart, Chauncey Dewey, L. Y. Sherman, Robert D. Clark, L. L. Emmerson, W. A. Rosenfield; from the twenty-five congressional districts, Francis P. Brady, M. B. Madden, John J. Hanberg, Isaac N. Powell, William H. Weber, Charles W. Vail, Thomas J. Healy, Albert C. Heiser, Charles J. Happel, William J. Cooke, Homer K. Galpin, Allen S. Ray, Abel Davis, D. A. Campbell, John F. Devine, Isadore H. Hines, Fred W. Upham, R. R. McCormick, James Pease, John E. Wilder, Ira C. Copley, John Lambert, Fred E. Sterling, H. W. Johnson, James A. Cowley, J. T. William, Frank G. Allen, William J. Graham, Harry E. Brown, Clarence E. Snively, Edward N. Woodruff, Cairo A. Trimble, G. J. Johnson, Frank B. Stitt, John L. Hamilton, Len Small, W. L. Shellabarger, Elim J. Hawbaker, J. A. Glenn, W. W. Watson, Logan Hay, William H. Provine, Edward E. Miller, Henry J. Schmidt, William F. Bundy, Aden Knoph, Randolph Smith, James B. Barker, P. H. Eisenmayer, Walter Wood, These delegates, with the exception of Happel and Coo
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