Life and Letters of Dolly Madison

Allen C. Clark

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Mr. And Mrs. James Franklin Hood, at their residence in Washington, were the hosts of the Dolly Madison Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, the evening of May 19, 1911. At their request a paper was prepared for the entertainment of the guests. That paper is the nucleus of this elaboration. If, perchance, the reader is entertained, the acknowledgment is due to them.

The Public Ledger, Philadelphia, June 2, 1912, in an interesting article, says that Dolly Madison, probably above all other American women, has, for some not any too well understood reason, been regarded with a sympathetic and sentimental interest. And, The Evening Star, in its able editorial column. May 12, 1912, has: "A little myth is mixed with her fame, but that is to be allowed for. It inheres in all fame." That the unfading fame of Mrs. Madison has its foundation more on fact or more on fancy, the reader, it is believed, has, within these pages, sufficient evidence to pass judgment.

Deal gently with us, ye who read! - Oliver Wendell Holmes.
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