EXTENSION OF REMARKS OF HON. HARRY FLOOD BYRD OF VIRGINIA IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES: Thursday, August 8, 1940, Newspaper Clippings.
Wash., D.C. Government Printing Office, 1940. First edition. A presumably unique tribute book culled from the congressional record (labeled "Not printed at Government expense") printing newspaper articles from around the country honoring Farley, the Postmaster General and Chariman of the New York State Democratic Committee, upon HIS RETIREMENT IN PROTEST OF A POSSIBLE THIRD TERM FOR FDR AFTER NOT RECEIVING ENOUGH DELEGATES TO CLINCH THE NOMINATION HIMSELF (127 pages). Also includes "Various Speeches in behalf of the Hon. James A. Farley" (90 pages). INSCRIBED BY FARLEY "To John M. Cummings, with every good wish to a real friend whom I respect and admire. James A. Farley Mar. 17, 1941." Cummings was a humorist and political columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer--at that time, a staunchly Republican paper. Also includes Farley's own 2-page call for National Unity, reprinted from the New York Times and entered into the congressional record by Pennsylvania Senator Joseph Guffey. Touch of light rubbing to spine ends, otherwise fine in green cloth binding with "Addresses by Hon. James A. Farley Aug. 8, 1940" faintly etched in neat cursive hand on front cover. Farley's printed calling card laid in. BOOK OF TRIBUTES TO JAMES A. FARLEY.