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Birth:Dec 30 1873
Death:Oct 4 1944
Name:Alfred Emanuel Smith
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Text:"... on South street, almost under the Brooklyn Bridge in New York, on Dec. SO, 1873, a boy was born to two simple people of American birth, w^io called him AlfredEmanuelSmith, after his father. The boy..."
Date:Nov 4 1928
Publication:Ardmore, Oklahoma, United States of America
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Text:"... is reasponsible for rearing that standard and must therefore stand by it through thick and thin. Dr. Henry A. Bomberger, a Presbyterian clergyman of Philadelphia is out for AlfredEmanuelSmith for President..."
Date:Sep 20 1928
Publication:Delphi, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... AlfredEmanuelSmith of New York for Presi dent His nomination no surprise For several weeks it has been as well assured as any future event in politics could be Had William Jennings Bryan lived..."
Date:June 29 1928
Publication:Kokomo, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... EmanuelSmith for Presi dent of the United States believing Al Smith to be a real democrat with a small d and not the parti san type with a capital Governor Smith is my man be cause I am a Protestant..."
Date:Oct 18 1928
Publication:Kerrville, Texas, United States of America
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Text:".... But the Sphinx of Northampton and PJymouth remains siient. Another contributor to the harassing uncertainties of silence Is one AlfredEmanuelSmith, and the same death- like stillness pervades whatever neigh..."
Date:Aug 14 1931
Publication:Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... Tomorrow f an old tenement on South street, almost under the Brooklyn Bridge i New York, on December 30, 1873, a boy was born to two simple eople of American birth, who called him AlfredEmanuelSmith, after..."
Date:Sep 23 1928
Publication:Helena, Montana, United States of America
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Text:"... the election. The inference was that the elder McKinley back- ed Governor AlfredEmanuelSmith. From politics the talk turned to music. The mountain boy seemed slightly picjued when someone ask- ed him Jf he..."
Date:Aug 14 1929
Publication:Port Arthur, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... and' said -Gov. "have just suffered the loss of a, truly great AlfredEmanuelSmith." 0 'NE school child out of five on the has defective eyesight. And the percentage mounts to 4 out of 10 at college..."
Date:Oct 5 1944
Publication:New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... And Those Partially Will Number Honorary Degree Is Given Noted American In His Absence ALFRKU E. SMITH Dublin, Irish FPC'O State, Nov. 2C AlfredEmanuelSmith may sign an LL.D. after his name now..."
Date:Nov 26 1930
Publication:Fayetteville, Arkansas, United States of America
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Text:"... the arrival of a baby boy, AlfredEmanuelSmith, hardly an eyebrow was raised. Such announcements were common in that neighborhood and no one could foresee or prophesy that the lad born into the Smith home 70..."
Date:Nov 30 1944
Publication:Cullman, Alabama, United States of America
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Text:"..., iNTEKPEETEE Since it was on Dec. 29, 1873, that the stork ar-jrSvcd St 174 South Btresi with tho vibrant package tfeat was to gK)w mb into AlfredEmanuelSmith, ilse iaxmer governor’s 61si hirihday is now..."
Date:Jan 4 1935
Publication:Wichita Falls, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... flickered across the white face of the “New York City’s own” a hushed throng heard Mon-signor Joseph P. Donahue say of him; “He loved New York. He loved its tiding life . . . AlfredEmanuelSmith truly won..."
Date:Oct 8 1944
Publication:Wichita Falls, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... Is hostile to every ciple of the and "That In work- ing for and aiding the election of AlfredEmanuelSmith. He has for- feited every right that he has to be a klansman." In his reply Allen wns quoted..."
Date:Nov 4 1928
Publication:Charleston, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... EmanuelSmith, and his mother, Catherine Mulvihill Smith, also were born in New York. Like Woodrow Wilson, he was the grand- son of immigrant stock. While Smith's grandparents were born in Ireland of true..."
Date:Sep 12 1928
Publication:Greene, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:".... Smith. At the left are Mr. and Mrs. Smith on the steps of their Albany residence, and below is the smiling governor in two in- formal poses. By The Associated Press) AlfredEmanuelSmith rose from n..."
Date:June 29 1928
Publication:Helena, Montana, United States of America
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Text:".... TOONERVILLE FOLKS- Fontaine Fox There has been some furtive sniping at Harvard university for conferring the hon- degree of doctor of laws on AlfredEmanuelSmith, four times governor of New York, one time..."
Date:June 24 1933
Publication:Oil City, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... them both with equal grace. Our Republican chuclde is at the honorable esteem in which AlfredEmanuelSmith has been held by Republican orators and wrlteris- ever since the Democratic convention..."
Date:Oct 4 1932
Publication:Iola, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... had remained at her husband's side since Saturday, left the hospital for several hours last night to attend a meeting at her home. NEW YORK. Nov. 30-AlfredEmanuelSmith, just as Enrico Caruso, or Rosa..."
Date:Nov 30 1932
Publication:Sandusky, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...-Hor-ald is neither a iirophot nor the son ot one. But we shall venture this one guess: AlfredEmanuelSmith is going to cavise Herbert Hoover and Andy Mellon nnd Hill Vare and all tho dwellers In the tents..."
Date:July 24 1928
Publication:Ardmore, Oklahoma, United States of America
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Text:".... Jim possible. AlfredEmanuelSmith was born on December ISO, 1873, in an old tenement in New York City, Aa a small boy, he sold newspapers. His father died when Alfred wa? only thirteen years of age..."
Date:May 23 1928
Publication:Quitman, Texas, United States of America
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