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The Garners admire carving of Florida cedar gavel for his collection. Washington, D.C., Oct. 31. Vice President Garner, the nation's no. 1 gavel collector, today was presented with a hand-carved gavel of Florida cedar, carved by James Barry of Dalrico, Fla., and presented to the Vice President by Rep. J. Hardin Peterson, of Florida. Mrs. Garner and the Vice President are shown here admiring the gavel with which he opened the Senate today

The Garners admire carving of Florida cedar gavel for his collection. Washington, D.C., Oct. 31. Vice President Garner, the nation's no. 1 gavel collector, today was presented with a hand-carved gavel of Florida cedar, carved by James Barry of Dalrico, Fla., and presented to the Vice President by Rep. J. Hardin Peterson, of Florida. Mrs. Garner and the Vice President are shown here admiring the gavel with which he opened the Senate today

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