See bottom of previous column. Does this mean that EAP commanded the Mayflower when Coolidge was in Office?

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 - gifted poet were borne on the muster roll of...
gifted poet were borne on the muster roll of the Marine Corps, when Edgar Allan Poe walked in to the recruiting station here, signed his enlistment papers, and vowed to leave the service "never more." Poe who has six years service to his credit, is eager to join the U.S. Marine Guard on President Coolidge's yacht, the Mayflower, commanded by Lieutenant Edgar Allan Poe. The latter is a relative of the famous poet.

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  1. The Daily News,
  2. 25 Jun 1974, Tue,
  3. Page 14

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  • — See bottom of previous column. Does this mean that EAP commanded the Mayflower when Coolidge was in Office?

    Clipped by tcorham – 13 May 2013

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