Eisenhower nominated by the Republicans of New Hampshire for President of USA.
Washington D.C., United States of America (USA).
Title reads: 'Lodge Enters Ike in New Hampshire Primary Race!'
MS. Candidates and electors leaving 'Eisenhower Headquarters'. LS. Senator Lodge addressing the press. MS. Reporters taking notes. CU. Senator Lodge speaking - natural sound: "During these discussions he said specifically that his voting record was that of a Republican. He also pointed out that his political convictions coincided with the enlightened Republican doctrine and that the family tradition was Republican. It is worth noting that in our conversation with General Eisenhower, he pointed out that he would never seek public office, but would consider a call to political service by the will of the party and the people to be the highest form of duty. I therefore authorise you, Governor Allen, to enter the name of Dwight Eisenhower in the primary election for the expression of the preference of the Republicans of the state of New Hampshire for President of the United States."
Date found in the old record - 01/01/1952. Item out of sync.