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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 8, 1920.
11 v nwiw'j'yl B u B KkJo B s I S Hayward''''awho sZtOk BlnO B ov' ( a'vi" Coolidge of Massachusetts being congratulated on hia wits ' permanent fl VXdJm fefekSSvl H nomination for the Vice-Presidency by the Republicans. J. Henry Horn chairman of the Pvvvrffl HbvvB B of onuectticut shaking his hand; Senator Henry Cabot Lodge (fit Btt unofficial ReDubli- "BPyOyB BkxBBBB right) smiling. Photograph taken just before the notification ceremonies. llllj fWretarv of State of New "fork. who was defeated for the Governorship designation in the unofficial convention, threatens to run in the primary any how. Picture taken just after the vote. Photo, later national. Judge Frederick B. Crane, of Knurs county, picked as one of the Republican candidates for Associate Judge of the Court of Appeals. Copyright. Underwood St Underwood. Charles 1). Newton, now Attorney-General, designated hy the Republicans for renmninatiou. His activity against the Bolshevist menace has given hira nation wide fame. Photo. Underwood St Underwood.