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DENEEN'S WIFE DISCUSSES HER POLITICAL DEBUT
Stumps City as Senator Campaigns Downstate.
Chicago Daily Tribune (1923-1963) - Chicago, Ill.
Author: McLAUGHLIN, KATHLEEN
Date: Mar 10, 1930
Start Page: 16
Pages: 2
Abstract (Document Summary)

One of the stiffest campaigns of his forty odd years of public life finds Senator Charles S. Deneen stumping the downstate counties, while Mrs. Deneen, for all these years as passive a politician as her husband has been an active one, has taken to the political platform in Chicago.

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