Geo[rge] G. Mackenzie
[Robert Underwood] Johnson
Raymond, Fresno Co., Cal.Dec. 11, ’92.Dear Mr. Johnson:I enclose a slip (from the Fresno “Expositor”) as a sample of stuff of which a considerable pile is getting into print. I do not for a moment imagine that there is any chance of Irish becoming one of Mr. Cleveland’s cabinet officers, but I can fancy that Irish might gather up enough of the “[vot?]” published by the railroad organs, and by some well-meaning but mistaken country papers, to impress the President-elect with the idea that he (Irish) is a genuine leader of the people. The claim made by him and his friends that he was importantly06422
1892 Dec 11
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