Even The Wall Street Journal weighed in, describing Lemieux as nothing more than “Charlie Crist lite.”
Lemieux was considered such a smooth political operative that he soon earned the nickname “The Maestro.”
Lemieux is a French-Canadian surname which means “The Best.”
No systematic indexing and classification of the documents were undertaken before Doctor Lemieux was named sheriff in 1910.
Mr. Lemieux was under the impression, no doubt, that gum had been on the sheet but had been washed off by the rain.
Mr. Lemieux apparently attached no value to the sheet of over 200 stamps, which was in a wet, crumpled condition, and without gum.
Postmaster-General Lemieux has given instructions to issue a series of postage stamps commemorating the tercentenary.