Title: Connecticut Will Greet Col. Theodore ...
Publisher: Calhonn Show Print , Hartford, CT
Publication Date: 1917
Book Condition: Very Good
Poster. 21 by 29 inches. Printed in red. Roosevelt was to speak 'at 8 p.m. Fri. Nov. 2.' The text continues, 'He is coming at the invitation of Gov. Marcus H. Holcolm, given through the State Council of Defense to talk to you of your duty in this war. Seats for 8,000 people. This is a public meeting. No tickets required. Doors open at 7 o'clock. War is a grim business, we have only begun. Let us steel our souls to steadfastness. Let us endure to the end, as did our fathers before us. Roosevelt will tell you what is your job' [punctuation mostly supplied]. Roosevelt, who had been stumping around the East Coast, advocating for America to join the war, finally got his wish. A few edge tears, but generally very good or better. Printed on thin paper. Bookseller Inventory # 103819
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