Paul Kern, the Mayor and the City Club

March 1942
New Republic;3/30/42, Vol. 106 Issue 13, p432
Presents letters to the editor referencing the article titled "What Has Happened to LaGuardia?" published in the March 9, 1942 issue. Part of text appeared in the article; Mention of a letter to Mayor of New York Fiorello Henry La Guardia expressing the hope for the rejection of the removal of Commissioner Paul J. Kern; Comment that the letter was an advance protest, delivered under circumstances particularly formal and urgent.


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