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21 Cornhill.

[stamp: MARCH 13, 19]

BOSTON, MASS., March 11, 1913.


MAR 13, 1913

Hon. Woodrow Wilson,
President of the United States,
Executive Mansion, Washington, D. C.

Honorable Sir,

Permit me to congratulate you upon your inauguration as president
of the United States, and to wish your administration full success in
the truest sense.

You will doubtless recall hew earnestly I labored for your election
since the day at the state house in New Jersey when you assured a dele-
gation of us from the National Independent Political League that as
president you would carry out the constitution in it's letter and spirit
and in the spirit of the Christian religion and be the president of all
the people without distinction as to section or race.

As editor of The Guardian, which alone of the few national
Colored, newspapers published unqualifiedly supported you, as President
of the New England Suffrage League which endorsed you from a racial
view point, as corresponding secretary of the National Independent
Political League and Manager of its Eastern Campaign Headquarters


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