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70 at Snug Rock for lunch and supper. Interesting talk, all the family except grand-children there. Smoke of forest fires on account of long drought. Many forest fires everywhere. Nov 3. Packed my valises for [[underline]] long round trip to sections of A.C.S. [[/underline]] Went to office early. Hectic work all day. Went to Newark to speak to [[underline]] Newark Section, [[/underline]] [[Wesson?]] chairman. Numerous and appreciative audience. Felt very tired but my speech was well received and braced me up. I begin to feel less uncertain [[end page]] [[start page]] 71 whether I shall be able to carry my strenuous program and night travelling. Back in Yonkers at midnight. Nov 4. Election. Beautiful mild weather. Everything quiet and pleasant. Voted early, everybody seems smiling and happy and good natured. Very busy all day. [[strikethrough]] Nov. [[/strikethrough]] [[underline]] Nov. 5. Coolidge [[/underline]] overwhelmingly elected over [[underline]] Davis and Lafolette [[/underline]] The latter a [[underline]] dangerous [[/underline]] man, defeated everywhere except in his state. In New York, [[underline]] Al. Smith [[/underline]] elected Governor by large majority over young Roosevelt, altho
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