The Yakima Epigram -- Vol 4. No. 2. -- October 1, 1898.
Medill, J. D.
"Late dispatches announce the nomination of Teddy Roosevelt by the Republican state convention of New York for governor, and the same paper announce that the Democratic committee with fight in the courts any attempt to put his name on the official ballot, on the ground of a flaw in his citizenship, which they claim will forever disqualify him from holding the governor's office. The Oregonian has been saying for some time that it was foolhardiness to nominate Roosevelt, and that he would be defeated if he made the race."
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Medill, John D. “Title of Article.” The Yakima Epigram, Vol 4 - No.2, 1 October 1898 https://archives.yvl.org/handle/20.500.11867/2174 Yakima Valley Libraries Repository, YE-1898-10-01