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  • Creator is exactly "Grayson, Cary T. (Cary Travers), 1878-1938"

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Notes by Dr. Cary T. Grayson describing the reaction to Republicans on news about President Woodrow Wilson’s illness following his stroke.

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Notes by Dr. Cary T. Grayson describing an interview Senator Gilbert M. Hitchcock had with President Woodrow Wilson following the President’s stroke about the Treaty of Versailles.

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Note by Cary T. Grayson about a story President Woodrow Wilson and the sinking of the Lusitania.

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Cary T. Grayson writes about Woodrow Wilson’s religious beliefs and practices.

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Brief note by Cary T. Grayson about England.

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Cary T. Grayson notes Woodrow Wilson’s opinion of Calvin Coolidge’s stand on the League of Nations and the Bonus Army.

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Cary T. Grayson notes a remark of Dr. Francis X. Dercum on great men.

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Cary T. Grayson notes about an article by Charles H. Grasty in the Atlantic Monthly.

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Cary T. Grayson writes about his time as physician to the Presidents.

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Notes by Cary T. Grayson recording Woodrow Wilson’s remarks on the Republicans and the Navy and Carter Glass.

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Cary Grayson assures Herman Baruch that he is doing all he can for E. G. Lawrence.

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Cary Grayson asks to join Bernard Baruch for breakfast the next morning.

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Cary T. Grayson records a joke told by Woodrow Wilson.

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Cary T. Grayson notes that Bernard M. Baruch was told by Woodrow Wilson that he hoped he was unlike his detractors.

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Cary T. Grayson’s reflections on Woodrow Wilson and the great events of his presidency.

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Cary T. Grayson notes Woodrow Wilson’s health is rapidly deteriorating.

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Cary T. Grayson notes down a reference to a book about the Congress of Vienna by Friedrich Freksa.

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Cary T. Grayson notes Vittorio Orlando’s and Georges Clemenceau’s remarks about Woodrow Wilson during the Paris Peace Conference.

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Cary T. Grayson notes on Woodrow Wilson’s remarks to Thomas W. Gregory during Paris Peace Conference.

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Cary T. Grayson notes on Woodrow Wilson’s illness.

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Cary T. Grayson notes on Woodrow Wilson’s illness.

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Cary T. Grayson notes Woodrow Wilson’s health has improved slightly.

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Cary T. Grayson notes Woodrow Wilson’s comments on the Italian people.

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Cary T. Grayson notes Bernard M. Baruch’s opinion of Thomas Lamont.

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Cary T. Grayson notes Woodrow Wilson’s reply to Joseph P. Tumulty questioning him about a message
to Congress about the Treaty of Versailles.

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Cary T. Grayson notes Woodrow Wilson’s opinions of Georges Clemenceau, David Lloyd George and
Vittorio Orlando.

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Cary T. Grayson records notes on Woodrow Wilson’s health.

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Cary T. Grayson records a quote by Woodrow Wilson.

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Cary Grayson records a story from a Red Cross worker of using men’s shirt tails to make aprons for working girls in the Red Cross. She asked Grayson if he could get one of Woodrow Wilson’s shirt tails for this purpose.

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Cary Grayson asks if Bernard Baruch can visit with him and possibly Alice Gordon Grayson or Edwin Watson.

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Cary Grayson tells Bernard Baruch that he is improving, but that they both need a winner.

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Cary Grayson updates Bernard Baruch on the relief situation regarding the floods in South Carolina.

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This contains handwritten notation of two gifts: one from Bernarch Baruch and one from M. A. Boyle.

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Cary Grayson tells Bernard Barcuh no to wait dinner for him.

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Cary Grayson has received Ray Stannard Baker’s telegram, but will have to change their plans to meet with the President as he is travelling.

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Cary Grayson tells Bernard Baruch when he and Edwin Watson will arrive at King’s Tree.

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Cary T. Grayson records the visit of South African statesman General Jan Christian Smuts and his remarks about Woodrow Wilson.

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Note by Cary T. Grayson about President Woodrow Wilson’s health and sense of humor following his stroke.

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Cary T. Grayson records Woodrow Wilson’s habit of looking at a picture of his first wife, Ellen Axson Wilson, while ill.

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Cary T. Grayson records an incident where Woodrow Wilson burned documents.

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Extended statement by Dr. Cary T. Grayson on President Woodrow Wilson’s illness following his stroke.

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Note by Cary T. Grayson about President Woodrow Wilson’s health following his stroke.

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Note by Cary T. Grayson about a story told by President Woodrow Wilson.

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President Wilson attended church, took a car ride with his wife, and met with Senator Martin.

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Woodrow Wilson conferred with a number of newly appointed members of the diplomatic Corps, and spent the remainder of his time working at his desk.

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Woodrow Wilson met with Hugh Wallace, hosted a luncheon for members of the Democratic National Committee, and other than a brief walk with Mrs. Wilson, worked until almost midnight.

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Cary Grayson notes that Woodrow Wilson announced several new appointments and met with with Harry A. Garfield and several senators before participating in a welcome home parade. Wilson is determined that there will not be a special session of…

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Cary Grayson writes about their voyage in high seas and the difficulty of the battleship New Mexico in keeping up do to its electrical-drive engine.

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Cary Grayson records that President and Mrs. Wilson watched an escort of destroyers until the wave spray forced them to go below deck.

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Cary Grayson writes that except for a brief walk around the deck Woodrow WIlson rested the entire day.

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Cary Grayson records that Woodrow Wilson went to church and rested for the remainder of the day.

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Cary T. Grayson describes a luncheon with Arthur J. Balfour.

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Cary T. Grayson reports on President Woodrow Wilson’s meeting with Congressional leaders following his stroke.

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Cary T. Grayson reports on President Woodrow Wilson’s reaction to the election returns for 1920.

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Cary T. Grayson reports on President Woodrow Wilson’s comments about politics and turning the office over to Vice-President Thomas Marshall after his stroke.

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Cary T. Grayson reports on President Woodrow Wilson’s comments about oratory.

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Cary T. Grayson reports on President Woodrow Wilson’s comments about running for a third term as president and the defeat of the Treaty of Versailles by the Senate.

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Cary T. Grayson reports on President Woodrow Wilson’s reaction to hearing that the Senate rejected the Treaty of Versailles.

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Newspaper clippings of Woodrow Wilson’s automobile outings in the Spring of 1920, following his stroke.

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Cary T. Grayson’s remarks about the Alfalfa Club.

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Cary T. Grayson reports on President Woodrow Wilson’s decision not to make his address to Congress in person.

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Cary T. Grayson reports on President Woodrow Wilson’s first cabinet meeting held after his stroke.

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Cary T. Grayson records an extract from a speech by Daniel Webster.

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Cary T. Grayson reports on President Woodrow Wilson’s joking about a rug depicting Niagara Falls.

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Cary T. Grayson reports on President Woodrow Wilson’s comments about the League of Nations and Herbert Hoover’s candidacy for president.

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Grayson records President Wilson’s thoughts on and decision to appoint Bainbridge Colby as his Secretary of State.

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Cary T. Grayson gives a speech at Randolph Macon College urging the exercise of voting rights as a key component of citizenship.

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Cary T. Grayson records his conversation about summer traveling with Woodrow Wilson.

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Cary T. Grayson records Woodrow Wilson’s letter to the New York Times about his former secretary, Joseph P. Tumulty.

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Cary T. Grayson’s remarks about the Limitation of Armaments Conference and Balfour’s response to criticism of Woodrow Wilson’s foreign policy.

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Cary T. Grayson records his conversation about summer traveling with Woodrow Wilson.

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Cary T. Grayson records Woodrow Wilson’s meeting with Lady Astor.

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Cary T. Grayson records a humorous remark of Woodrow Wilson

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Cary T. Grayson notes Woodrow Wilson’s intention to resign the presidency after his stroke.

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Cary T. Grayson writes about how healthy people make a healthy society.

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Cary T. Grayson records Woodrow Wilson’s opinions of statesmen Arthur James Balfour and Georges Clemenceau.

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A collection of prescription cards for Cary T. Grayson’s treatment of Woodrow Wilson.

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Cary T. Grayson records a comment by Woodrow Wilson about “arriving as a politician.”

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Note by Cary T. Grayson about a Christmas vacation to Pass Christian, Mississippi, with President Woodrow Wilson.

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Diary entries by Cary T. Grayson regarding President Woodrow Wilson.

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Note by Cary T. Grayson about the inauguration of Woodrow Wilson as President.

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Note by Cary T. Grayson about meeting President-elect Woodrow Wilson at the White House.

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Brief note by Cary T. Grayson about William Jennings Bryan negotiating with Japanese ambassador.

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Brief note by Cary T. Grayson about Lord Reading knowing everything that happened in the neutral countries.

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Notes by Cary T. Grayson on a dance and Colonel Edward M. House.

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Brief note by Cary T. Grayson about rising above the little things.

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Cary T. Grayson records a limerick.

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Cary T. Grayson records the events of his life from January 11 - December 11, 1915.

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Cary T. Grayson describes President Woodrow Wilson’s daily life on vacation in New Hampshire.

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Cary T. Grayson notes President Woodrow Wilson’s dinner conversation, including plans for world peace.

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Cary T. Grayson describes President Woodrow Wilson’s reaction to news about Mexico.

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Cary T. Grayson describes President Woodrow Wilson’s reaction to news about Mexico.

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Cary T. Grayson describes President Woodrow Wilson’s day and favorable news about the situation in Mexico.

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Cary T. Grayson notes President Woodrow Wilson’s reaction to Germany’s note regarding the sinking of the Lusitania and Arabic.

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Cary T. Grayson notes that President Woodrow Wilson is irritated by rumors that he has broken with advisor Edward M. House.

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Cary T. Grayson notes that President Woodrow Wilson feels college spoils individuality.

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Cary T. Grayson responds to a medical suggestion.

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Grayson tells Edwin Alderman that Wilson’s dominate traits were courage, sincerity, and justice in response to his earlier letter.

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Cary Grayson prescribes rest and Metaphyllin to Ray Stannard Baker to address the pain around his heart, shortness of breath, and fatigue.

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Cary T. Grayson writes to Alice Gordon Grayson about the difficult trip Woodrow Wilson has planned out west and the provisions he has made for the family in light of his absence with that.

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Cary T. Grayson writes to his wife Alice Gordon Grayson, admiring the photographs she sent him of her and their sons, and also commenting on the feeble steeple chase course at Longchamp.

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Cary T. Grayson writes to Alice Gordon Grayson about the plans for President Wilson’s Western Trip, and how that will affect his travels to be with her and their sons as well as family financial matters.

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Cary T. Grayson writes to Bernard Baruch about the developing treaty at the Paris Peace Conference.

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Cary Grayson invites Ray Stannard Baker to meet with FDR the next time he is in either Washington or New York near Hyde Park.

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Cary Grayson thanks Ray Stannard Baker for sending two volumes of the Life and Letters of Woodrow Wilson.

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Cary Grayson thanks Ray Stannard Baker for the copy of “Adventures in Understanding” and the touching inscription in it.

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Cary Grayson replies to Bernard Baruch’s letter regarding loaning or selling at a discounted price ambulances to the Babylon hospital. After speaking with the War Deparment and the Department of Justice, he says that ambulances can only be sold once…

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Cary T. Grayson assures Bernard Baruch that his standing with President Wilson has not been negatively affected by the recent article in the Hearst paper.

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Cary T. Grayson writes to Simon Baruch about his son’s, Bernard Baruch, role as helper and advisor to the President.

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Cary Grayson relays the busy past few months of his life to Ray Stannard Baker including work on the inauguration and getting support for the American Red Cross to send aid to flood victims.

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Cary Grayson answers Ray Stannard Baker’s questions about Woodrow Wilson’s cause of death, confirming that it was general arteriosclerosis with hemiplegia and not syphilis or any other disease.

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Cary Grayson relays a message from Myles McCahill about getting low number tags for Ray Stannard Baker’s cars.

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Cary Grayson assures Ray Stannard Baker that while his medical diagnosis by Dr. Bloedorn was accurate, he will be able to continue his work and live for many years if he follows his direction.

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Cary Grayson writes to Ray Stannard Baker about making arrangements to see FDR as the President wishes to meet with him regularly. He also says that his associate Dr. Walter A. Bloedorn will examine him.

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Cary Grayson asks Ray Stannard Baker to read the enclosed letter that shows the achievements of his hard work on the Inauguration.

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Cary Grayson has received Ray Stannard Baker’s letter, and would be pleased to talk to him again on another visit.

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Cary Grayson thanks Bernard Baruch for his donation to the Red Cross.

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Cary Grayson thanks Bernard Baruch Jr. for his contribution to flood relieve in New York state.

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Cary Grayson forwards to Bernard Baruch a letter from Dr. Sanger inviting him to speak at the Medical College of Virginia.

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Cary Grayson thanks Ray Stannard Baker for the gifts to his sons and for the advice regarding Doctor Axson’s book.

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Cary T. Grayson claims that President Woodrow Wilson has made marked progress toward recovery after his stroke.

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Cary Grayson sends an enclosed letter to Herman Baruch from the Surgeon General of the Navy regarding Midshipman Stephen Gerard Lawrence.

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Cary Grayson thanks MA Boyle for a contribution to the Red Cross.

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Cary Grayson sends a note telling Bernard Baruch he would rather he had been shaking hands with these girls.

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Cary Grayson requests that JH Small and Sons, Inc. send a wreath on behalf of Bernard Baruch for Woodrow Wilson’s grave.

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Cary Grayson writes to Herman Baruch thanking him for his payment for a horse.

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Cary Grayson is delighted that Bernard Baruch testified before the Munitions Committee of the Senate sharing his vast experience in World War One.

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Cary Grayson forwards a letter to MA Boyle.

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Cary Grayson writes to Bernard Baruch about a luncheon he had with Key Pittman at which they discussed his campaign.

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Cary Grayson shares travel plans to Chicago with Bernard Baruch.

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Cary Grayson asks Ray Stannard Baker for a copy of the list of President Wilson’s works and addresses that Professor Dodd compiled, and he encourages Baker to persevere in the work on the Wilson biography.

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Cary T. Grayson writes that Ray’s condition has worsened.

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Cary Grayson misses his fiancee, particularly when he is riding her horse around town and encountering her various friends and social acquaintances.
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