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Letter, 3 Oct. 1932, from Governor Ibra
     Charles Blackwood, to Col. Leopold Philipp
  

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Letter, 3 October 1932, from Governor Ibra Charles Blackwood (1878-1936), in Columbia, South Carolina, to Col. Leopold Philipp, in New York City.

Gov. Blackwood comments on the presidential campaign of Franklin D. Roosevelt, "Thus far his tactics indicate that he is a thoughtful, resourceful, sincere man and it is my humble opinion that he is going to be elected President by the largest majority that any President ever received."

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