Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, Volume 3, Number 3, September, 1993 Page: 169
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visited the county, Benjamin Harrison, in that Roosevelt never got off the train on which
he was riding, except that Roosevelt came during the day, he was awake, and the train
stopped for six minutes. During the delay, a crowd gathered near his coach and
Roosevelt moved to the window. He sat by the window, engrossed in business with one
or more unidentified men, frequently waving his hand in the direction of the crowd. Three
hours before Roosevelt's train arrived, secret service men had come to Eagle Lake and
blocked off the streets near the railroad depot so that cars could not get near it. (See
The Eagle Lake Headlight, June 12, 1936)
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