When my Great Aunt Bebe died in 1981, I came back for her funeral. I spent several days at her house in Paulding and late into the evenings went through boxes of photographs, newspaper clippings, letters, postcards, and old grade cards from both Seth and Bebe that had been saved by my great grandparents but never thrown away. I saved a fraction of them, including several Fort Wayne newspapers that were published the day after Pearl Harbor. If I can find a way to put such large sheets into pdf and post them, I will.
But, of the other newspaper articles I saved, one is a full page map of Ireland from the Chicago Tribune in 1935, showing where the various Irish clans were located. The Cullens are found frequently in the northwestern part of Eire. I had this page framed. But the other newspaper articles are evidence of my great grandfather's political leanings. I offer them without further comment:
Although, it seems he was not a supporter of a second term for Herbert Hoover: