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J. Franklin Little
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Frank Little was a boy selling newspapers near the Capitol Building in 1910 when he caught the attention of Senator Henry DuPont, a Republican from Delaware. Senator DuPont arranged for his appointment as a page. In his interview he relates the political education he received as a page, the work assigned to pages at the time, and the hijinks in which the pages engaged throughout the Capitol Building to the top of the dome.

Table of Contents:
Preface
Interview 1,4-39
Full Transcript
Senate Pages
Citation: Scholarly citation: "J. Franklin Little, Senate Page, 1910-1912," Oral History Interviews, Senate Historical Office, Washington, D.C.
 
 
  


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