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Massachusetts governor protests proposed trade pact with Great Britain. Washington, D.C., March 16. Governor Charles F. Hurley, (center) of Massachusetts, arriving at the White House where he left a protest with President Roosevelt against the proposed trade pact with Great Britain. Hurley said if the pact is effected it will do serious damage to the textile industry in his state. On the left is Raymond Fitzgerald, Secretary to the Governor, and on right, William J. Moore, Attorney General of Massachusetts

Massachusetts governor protests proposed trade pact with Great Britain. Washington, D.C., March 16. Governor Charles F. Hurley, (center) of Massachusetts, arriving at the White House where he left a protest with President Roosevelt against the proposed trade pact with Great Britain. Hurley said if the pact is effected it will do serious damage to the textile industry in his state. On the left is Raymond Fitzgerald, Secretary to the Governor, and on right, William J. Moore, Attorney General of Massachusetts

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