Official Report of the Proceedings of the Democratic National Convention, Held in Saint Louis, Missouri, June 14; 15 and 16th, 1916: Resulting in the Nomination of Hon. Woodrow Wilson (of New Jersey) for President and Hon. Thomas Riley Marshall (of Indiana) for Vice-president
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