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George Lunn, left, was lieutenant governor under New York Gov. Al Smith, right, when the pair met with two other powerful Democrats, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, second from left, and West Virginia’s John W. Davis, in August of 1924 at FDR’s home in Hyde Park. Davis was the Democratic candidate for president that November, losing to incumbent Calvin Coolidge.

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