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Copies of House resolutions and bills introduced by Gould, any of which pertain to the military establishment, the welfare of members of the armed forces, and American participation in World War I; also, his statement as to why he voted against the Soldiers' Bonus Bill of 1922 and letters commending him for his stand; copies of speeches, press releases, and circulars concerning the war effort, his campaigns for reelection on the Republican ticket, rural mail deliveries, and other matters; also, clippings, photographs, and miscellaneous items relating to his political career, the Gould and Judd families, or to Goulds Pumps, Inc. of Seneca Falls, New York.

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