In the Highest Tradition . . . Henry Alfred Commiskey
THREE AND A HALF-year-old Cassandra "Ginger" Commiskey looked down the crowded corridor leading to the White House Rose Garden. Her eyes moved from one to another of top military men of the nation; from Generals Cates and Silverthorn to Secretary of the Navy Lovett, and on to others. Everyone was waiting for something to happen, and it concerned her dad, First Lieutenant Henry A. Commiskey.
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