MilColl_WWI_82_Box2_033

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MaryV at May 24, 2024 06:13 AM

MilColl_WWI_82_Box2_033

had just passed through the village
in an automobile which paused
long enough for them to speak
to the soldiers and beam upon
them. As a matter of fact, it
was the governor of Rhode Island
and (I think) his wife, the moral
of which incident is that, in
addition to thinking all americans
rich, the French consider Theodore
Roosevelt the ne plus ultra of
Americanism; [begin crossed out] and thought[end crossed out] and
they thought nothing could be
more natural than for him

MilColl_WWI_82_Box2_033

had just passed through the village
in an automobile which paused
long enough for them to speak
to the soldiers and [leave upon?]
[?them?]. As a matter of fact, it
was the governor of Rhode Island
and (I think) his wife, the moral
of which incident is that, in
addition to thinking all americans
rich, the French consider Theodore
Roosevelt the ne plus ultra of
Americanism; [begin crossed out] and thought[end crossed out] and
they thought nothing could be
more natural than for him