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its orders from him, no matter how much real service that organization
might have rendered to the party. As it is my desire to have my name
considered for some post under President Wilson’'s administration I
naturally feel that I should like to have the President know the
circumstances uuder which I was removed from the position of
Deputy State Superintendent of Elections and the penalty I had to
pay for doing all in my power to advance the cause of Democracy
anong my people. I am sending you clippings from The New York Age
and Washington Bee the two leading newspapers edited by men of my
race which will testify as to the truthfulness of these representations.

With best wishes for your success in your new position, I am,
with great respect, yours very truly,

Ralph E. Langston,
24 West 132nd St.,
New York City.


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