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Text:"... farmers to repurchase their lands that have been previously foreclosed lf said kinds are still in the possession of these banks. U AVANA police learned that there was a plot to assassinate JeffersonCaffery..."
Date:June 21 1934
Publication:Shiner, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... in a sales lot along the highway and then slammed into two other trailers before coming to a halt. Ex-Dean of Envoys, J. Caffery, Dies LAFAYETTE, JeffersonCaffery, ranked as dean of the United States dip..."
Date:Apr 14 1974
Publication:Charleston, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:".... —the first was Sackett and retired in 1951. at Mill and North — and married :_ a former Pittsburgh girl. events preceding the .Suez crisis, the lumber stored in the yard. JeffersonCaffery, retired ex..."
Date:Feb 8 1957
Publication:New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... bassador JeffersonCaffery presum ably in an attempt to assassinate him Unidentified assailants using a sawcdoff shotgun poured lead into the entrance where soldiers were standing guard waiting..."
Date:May 28 1934
Publication:Titusville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...'between the'tWo nations." TOKIO, July police .have informed JeffersonCaffery, the American charge d'affaires, that they have recovered the American flag which an unidentified..Japanese yesterday" tore from..."
Date:July 2 1924
Publication:Reno, Nevada, United States of America
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Text:"... friend i ggdor to Egypt looks like a movi« of ours. After it was over we both version of a diplomat. CAIRO m—\t 67. JeffersonCaffery has been representing the United States in the world’s capitals longer..."
Date:Aug 29 1954
Publication:Monroe, Louisiana, United States of America