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Franklin Knight Lane
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 419 pages of information about Letters of Franklin K. Lane.

Letters
To George W. Lane. 
To George W. Lane. 
To George W. Lane. 
To Frank I. Cobb. 
To George W. Lane. 
To George W. Lane. 
To Edward J. Wheeler. 
To George W. Lane. 
To Frank I. Cobb. 
To George W. Lane. 
To George W. Lane. 
To Frank I. Cobb. 
To Will Irwin. 
To Robert Lansing. 
To Henry Lane Eno. 
To George B. Dorr. 
To Hon. Woodrow Wilson. 
To Hon. Woodrow Wilson. 
To John O’H.  Cosgrave.

X. CABINET NOTES IN WAR-TIME. 1918

Notes on Cabinet Meetings—­School Gardens—­A Democracy Lacks
Foresight—­Use of National Resources—­Washington in War-time—­The
Sacrifice of War—­Farms for Soldiers

Letters
To Franklin K. Lane, Jr. 
To George W. Lane. 
To Albert Shaw. 
To Walter H. Page. 
To John Lyon. 
To Frank Lyon. 
To Miss Genevieve King. 
To John McNaught. 
To Hon. Woodrow Wilson. 
To Allan Pollok. 
To E. S. Pillsbury. 
To William Marion Reedy. 
Notes on Cabinet Meetings. 
To Daniel Willard. 
To James H. Hawley. 
To Samuel G. Blythe. 
To George W. Lane. 
To Edgar C. Bradley.

XI.  AFTER-WAR PROBLEMS—­LEAVING WASHINGTON. 1919

After-war Problems—­Roosevelt Memorials—­Americanization—­Religion
—­Responsibility of Press—­Resignation

Letters
To E. C. Bradley. 
To George W. Lane. 
To George W. Lane. 
To William Boyce Thompson. 
To Benjamin Ide Wheeler. 
To E. S. Martin. 
To George W. Lane. 
To Van H. Manning. 
To E. C. Bradley. 
To Mrs. Louise Herrick Wall. 
To—. 
To M. A. Mathew. 
To Herbert C. Pell, Jr. 
To Henry P. Davison. 
To George W. Lane. 
To C. S. Jackson. 
To John Crawford Burns. 
To Frank I. Cobb. 
To Mrs. Louise Herrick Wall. 
To Mrs. M. A. Andersen. 
To George W. Lane. 
To Daniel J. O’Neill. 
To Hamlin Garland. 
To Hugo K. Asher. 
To Admiral Gary Grayson. 
To Herbert C. Pell, Jr. 
To Hon. Woodrow Wilson. 
To Frank W. Mondell. 
To Robert W. De Forest.

XII.  POLITICAL COUNSEL—­LINCOLN’S EYES. 1920

Suggestions to Democratic Nominee for President—­On Election of
Senators—­Lost Leaders—­Lincoln’s Eyes—­William James’s Letters

Letters
To William Phelps Eno. 
To Roland Cotton Smith. 
To James M. Cox. 
To Timothy Spellacy. 
To Edward L. Doheny. 
To Franklin D. Roosevelt. 
To Mrs. George Ehle. 
To Isadore B. Dockweiler. 
To Hall McAllister. 
To Mrs. George Ehle. 
To Benjamin Ide Wheeler. 
To John W. Hallowell. 
To John W. Hallowell. 
To Robert Lansing. 
To Carl Snyder. 
To William R. Wheeler. 
To George Otis Smith. 
To George W. Wickersham. 

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