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The Press: Willlcie on Photographers

Of press photographers only Franklin Roosevelt is better equipped to speak than Wendell L. Willkie. Last week, at the annual exhibition of Manhattan's Press...

Whither Willkie

Big, shaggy Wendell Willkie, the man who walks like a bear, was caught last week in a crushing bear trap. The springs and teeth had been fashioned out of his...

U.S. At War: Willkie on the Overland Limited

Wendell Willkie began in earnest the long, uphill fight to win the GOPresidential nomination. His special car, so ancient a Pullman that the Union Pacific...

RUSSIA: Willkie and the Bear

Everywhere the Russians asked Wendell Willkie: "What about a second front?" He landed at Moscow from a Flying Fortress (the Russians call them "Monsters") in...

U.S. At War: Willkie Finds the Road

Wendell Willkie turned homeward from his Northwest campaign swing. The real news of his trip was that he had found in the West a road to Republican unity. In...

CAMPAIGNS: The Story of Wendell Willkie

Great was the political innocence of the few citizens who decided, seven weeks ago, that they believed Wendell Willkie was the best man to be President of the...

U.S. At War: To the People

Last week Wendell Willkie rolled back home from a 5,000-mile trip to win Republican leaders by winning the people out from under them. Everywhere, even in the...

CHINA: Willkie and the Torches

Wendell Willkie's last days in China were, in every way, the climax of his world-circling trip. They were a climax in the warmth that had everywhere been...

CAMPAIGN: Life with Wendell

Mr. & Mrs. Wendell Willkie went home last week, to their apartment at 1010 Fifth Ave., Manhattan. But neither they nor their home was any longer private...

National Affairs: Gentleman from Indiana

Two days before the opening of the Republican National Convention, Wendell Willkie, formerly of Elwood, Ind., blew into Philadelphia. He announced to newsmen:...

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