The Story of Maryland Politics: An outline history of the big political battles of the state from 1864 to 1910, with sketches and incidents of the men and measures that figured as factors, and the names of most of those who held office in that period. Frank Richardson Kent.
The Story of Maryland Politics: An outline history of the big political battles of the state from 1864 to 1910, with sketches and incidents of the men and measures that figured as factors, and the names of most of those who held office in that period.

The Story of Maryland Politics: An outline history of the big political battles of the state from 1864 to 1910, with sketches and incidents of the men and measures that figured as factors, and the names of most of those who held office in that period.

Baltimore: Thomas & Evans, 1911. First edition. Hardcover. Frank Richardson Kent was a Washington & Baltimore newspaperman and editor who originated inside the Beltway journalism in the 1920s and 1930s, and who wrote a widely read daily column for the The Sun, "The Great Game of Politics". Theodore Roosevelt's daughter Alice Roosevelt Longworth was a social acquaintance and great source of inside information for Kent, who eventually became vehemently opposed to FDR and the New Deal. Royal 8vo, 393pp, b&w printed photographic illustrations. Red gilt cloth, damp mark top of front board, small perforation at spine. Cracking on inner hinge, but binding good and solid. Good + condition. Item #24182

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