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Carl Anthony had written hundreds of articles and a dozen books, provided broadcast and other media commentary to all the major television and cable stations, and participated in panel symposiums around the country.

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  1. Hi Carl, Enjoy your site!!

    I just found a very rare photo of Ellen Wilson with Mrs. Thomas Marshall, riding to (or from) Wilson’s 1912 Inaugural. I’ve never seen any pictures of her or the Wilson daughters at the inauguration. I wonder if you were aware of this image.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwplarchives/4514381219

    • Thank you Mark – really thoughtful of you to send that along. I’d seen a different angle of them driving together but never this one – and it was certainly not this clear and distinct. Thanks very much. It wasn’t until eight years later (1921) when Florence Harding and Edith Wilson rode to the capital together for Harding’s inaugural that the tradition of the incoming and outgoing FLOTUS drove together and that custom was set. Greatly appreciate this though.

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