St. Louis, Missouri, Crowd Waiting for Taft, c1908

Republican Presidential nominee William Howard Taft wrapped up his western whistle-stop campaign in St. Louis in October 1908. He was greeted by large crowds that were perhaps more enthusiastic about his candidacy than Taft himself. Pushed to run by Teddy Roosevelt, Taft was a reluctant candidate, and his critics said that TAFT stood for �Take Advice From Theodore.�

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St. Louis, Missouri, Crowd Waiting for Taft, c1908

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