Robert H. Jackson, Assistant Attorney General--United States, Jackson Day, James A. Farley, New York City, Democratic Party
Willing to Assume Mantle--Robert H. Jackson of New York, monopoly-attacking Assistant U.S. Attorney General, is shown as he attended a luncheon in New York January 8, at which he said he was willing to be a democratic candidate for Governor of New York if he were the choice of the party. The luncheon was a prelude to Jackson Day festivities, and was given by Post-Master General James A. Farley.
20th Century, New York City, 1938
The Robert H. Jackson Center
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August 21, 2015
January 8, 1938
Robert H. Jackson, Assistant Attorney General, attends luncheon in NYC given by Post-Master General James A. Farley.
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