Kremer, J. Bruce (compiler), [Democratic Party].  Official Report of the Proceedings of the DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION held in SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI June 14, 15, and 16th, 1916.  Resulting in the nomination of HON. WOODROW WILSON ( of New Jersey ) for President and HON. THOMAS RILEY MARSHALL ( of Indiana ) for Vice-President.  Louis Granat, Official Reporter,  1916.

 

Brown card covers and endpapers, silver lettering to front cover and spine, illustrated with portraits of the nominees for President and Vice-President.  6 x 9"; 331 pp.  A well-preserved copy. Slight wear at edges and a slight spine lean, pages printed on newsprint with light toning, old cover inscription "Compl ???" in pen (see image).  Very Good + condition.

 

Wilson was running as the incumbent and went on to defeat Republican Charles Evans Hughes to secure his second term. Hughes was a Supreme Court Justice and a former Governor of New York. Somewhat scarce.

Democratic Convention - Nominating Woodrow Wilson - 1916 Presidential Election

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