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Former New York Mayor and Mrs. Walker, callers at White House. Washington, D.C., July 19. "I wouldn't accept the Democratic nomination for Mayor of New York City for anything", former Mayor Jimmy Walker, told newsmen today as he emerged from a conference with President Roosevelt. Accompanied by Mrs. Walker the former Mayor said he did not talk politics with the president but discussed a Hudson River Bridge project--a $150,000,000 railroad freight project across the Hudson River at 57th Street combined with low-rent housing project along Ninth and Tenth Avenues, 7/19/37

Former New York Mayor and Mrs. Walker, callers at White House. Washington, D.C., July 19. "I wouldn't accept the Democratic nomination for Mayor of New York City for anything", former Mayor Jimmy Walker, told newsmen today as he emerged from a conference with President Roosevelt. Accompanied by Mrs. Walker the former Mayor said he did not talk politics with the president but discussed a Hudson River Bridge project--a $150,000,000 railroad freight project across the Hudson River at 57th Street combined with low-rent housing project along Ninth and Tenth Avenues, 7/19/37

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