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Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Anna Roosevelt

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Theodore Roosevelt writes to his sister Anna Roosevelt about recent happenings in Washington. He is spending a great deal of his time meeting with various politicians at social engagements. Roosevelt speaks highly of Senator Davis and comments on Native Americans in New Mexico and Arizona. He continues to engage in a battle over Civil Service reform. 

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Civil service reform; Indians; Dinners and dining; New Mexico; Arizona; Davis, Cushman Kellogg, 1838-1900

Date: 1894-05-27

Synopsis of speech before the Long Island Yale Alumni Association

Description:

John Campbell Greenway describes his experiences enlisting for and serving in the Spanish-American War, including the events leading to the Battle of San Juan Hill.

Resource Type: Speech

Subject: Spanish-American War (1898); San Juan Hill, Battle of (Cuba : 1898); Military service, Voluntary; War; Cavalry horses; International relations; Cuba; Arkansas; Texas--San Antonio; Arizona; New Mexico; Texas--Galveston; Florida--Tampa; Spain; Washington (D.C.); Arizona--Phoenix; AYA (Organization); Yale University; United States. Army. Volunteer Cavalry, 1st; United States. War Department; Wood, Leonard, 1860-1927; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919; Shafter, William Rufus, 1835-1906; Young, S. B. M. (Samuel Baldwin Marks), 1840-1924; Lawton, Henry Ware, 1843-1899; Brodie, Alexander O. (Alexander Oswald), 1849-1918; Chaffee, Adna Romanza, 1842-1914

Date: 1899-03-03

Letter from Gifford Pinchot to Theodore Roosevelt

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Gifford Pinchot writes to Vice President Roosevelt with a proposed itinerary for an eight to ten week trip to explore the forests and irrigation of the West. Frederick Haynes Newell of the United States Geological Survey has proposed to Pinchot a way in which press coverage could be controlled.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Forests and forestry; Irrigation; Press coverage; Travel; Travel--Planning; United States, West; Arizona--Grand Canyon; California--Sequoia National Park; California--Sierra National Forest Region; Washington (State)--Mount Rainier; North America--North Cascades; United States--Uinta Mountains; Oregon--Dalles Region; New York (State)--Oyster Bay; Newell, Frederick Haynes, 1862-1932

Date: 1901-03-27

Letter from C. Hart Merriam to Theodore Roosevelt

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With Theodore Roosevelt's assistance, C. Hart Merriam has been able to reach a conclusion regarding the bobcats of the southern Rocky Mountain region. Merriam was interested in seeing large skulls from Colorado to see if they match specimens from the Uinta Mountains. Merriam thanks Roosevelt for his contribution to the Biological Survey, and asks to keep some of the skulls. Merriam also responds to Roosevelt's request for information about deer. Merriam has not been able to obtain a white-tailed deer specimen from any location in the far west.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Bobcat; Lynx; Deer; Zoological specimens; Colorado; Texas; New Mexico; Arizona; United States--Uinta Mountains; Florida; Alaska; Rocky Mountains; Minnesota; South Dakota; Idaho; Wyoming; Texas; Utah; United States--Pacific Coast; California, Southern; National Biological Survey (U.S.)

Date: 1901-05-18

The Presidential Party descending the 3,000 ft. shaft into the Congress Gold Mine, Phoenix, Arizona.

Description:

President McKinley and Vice President Roosevelt seated in mine train and about to descend into mine.

Resource Type: Stereograph

Subject: Mines and mineral resources; Mine railroads; Arizona--Phoenix; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919; McKinley, William, 1843-1901

Date: 1901-06-20?

Letter from Thomas Grindell to Theodore Roosevelt

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Thomas Grindell delayed his trip to California, where he was going to begin the 1904 Roosevelt presidential campaign, after the attempted assassination of President McKinley. He encloses a clipping that involves Mr. Stoddard and reports that Myron H. McCord said some "unkind things" when it appeared that Roosevelt would succeed to the presidency.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Presidents--Elections; Political campaigns; Presidents--Assassination attempts; Presidents--Assassination; Presidents--Succession; Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); California; Arizona; McCord, Myron H. (Myron Hawley), 1840-1908

Date: 1901-09-11

Letter from Alexander O. Brodie to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

Alexander O. Brodie requests Vice President Roosevelt's opinion on the proper timing for setting up Roosevelt clubs in Arizona for the 1904 presidential campaign. He hopes "strong action" is taken in response to the attempted assassination of President McKinley.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Political clubs; Campaign management; Presidents--Election; Presidents--Assassination attempts; Presidents--Assassination; Arizona; McKinley, William, 1843-1901

Date: 1901-09-12

Letter from Daniel Moreau Barringer to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

Daniel Moreau Barringer congratulates President Roosevelt on his succession to the presidency and is confident the country's welfare is in good hands. Barringer has business interests in Arizona Territory and is familiar with the area and people. He believes Roosevelt made the correct decision in removing Judge Street.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Presidents--Succession; Judges--Dismissal of; Arizona

Date: 1901-10-15

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to George R. Peck

Description:

Arizona delegates have been attacking each other's candidates and President Roosevelt cannot decipher the truth about the territory's officials. George R. Peck's friend has received negative and positive statements.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Employment references; Government executives--Selection and appointment; Intra-party disagreements (Political parties); Arizona

Date: 1901-11-09

Letter from Alexander O. Brodie to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

Alexander O. Brodie must return to Arizona due to business affairs and regrets that he cannot meet with President Roosevelt. He has asked Mr. Hull to speak with Roosevelt about the bill for Brodie's appointment in the Army. Once the bill is prepared it will be presented to Congress by the Arizona delegation.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Military appointments; Bills, Legislative; Arizona; United States. Army

Date: 1901-11-18

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