A page from a scrapbook documenting Huntington Wilson's time contributing articles and editorials to the Public Ledger newspaper in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The newspaper clippings preserved on this page contain the following editorial columns and article: "What Became of Colombian Treaty? Why it Should Be Ratified Now (Part IV)", "Home Defense and Secret Service", and "The Senate and the Railways".
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Huntington Wilson, Philadelphia, Public Ledger, scrapbook, Colombia, Panama Canal, home defense, Secret Service, railway ownership
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