In the first letter, written May 23, 1919, Lang pledges his support for Underwood in the upcoming election, despite some disagreements over prohibition and the League of Nations. He also asks Underwood to support his friend, Lloyd M. Hooper, for...
In the letter Lloyd asks Bankhead to support the selective service legislation sponsored by President Wilson. The Selective Service Act, which required men from ages twenty-one to thirty to register for military service, was passed in May 1917. At...
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