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" ... differed in no way from other successful men of affairs in or about New York. But the first shot fired in Europe struck in him at once a chord to which so many Americans were later to respond. In spite of his arduous legal duties he had always maintained... "
Fifth Year Record, Class of 1906: Princeton University - Page 107
by Princeton University. Class of 1906 - 1912 - 356 pages
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US Air Services, Volumes 3-4

1919
...his arduous legal duties he had always maintained a keen interest in military affairs. He had been a member of Squadron A of the New York National Guard, and had excelled in horsemanship and shooting. From the very outbreak of the War he foresaw that American...
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