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Letter from Henry C. Dickey to Theodore Roosevelt

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Henry C. Dickey provides a statement regarding the actions of Marshal McCord of Arizona Territory in connection with Chinese smuggling cases in Tucson. McCord at first refused to help, but then seemed eager to cooperate later that year. Ben Daniels wasn't connected to the case.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Law enforcement--Administration; Smuggling; Emigration and immigration; Arizona--Tucson; McCord, Myron H. (Myron Hawley), 1840-1908; Daniels, Ben, 1852-1923

Date: 1901-12-09

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Benjamin Franklin Daniels

Description:

Benjamin Franklin Daniels's appointment as United States Marshal for Arizona has been confirmed. President Roosevelt instructs Daniels to guard against any behavior that could be misconstrued as unprofessional.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: United States marshals--Selection and appointment; Honor; Integrity; Citizenship; Criminals; Anarchists; Sedition; Arizona; Arizona--Tucson; United States. Marshals Service; McClintock, James Harvey, 1864-1934; Brodie, Alexander O. (Alexander Oswald), 1849-1918; Stoddard, Isaac Taft, 1851-1914; Kent, Jacob Ford, 1835-1918

Date: 1902-02-01

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Benjamin Franklin Daniels

Description:

President Roosevelt regretfully requests Benjamin Franklin Daniels' resignation as marshal.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Resignation from office; Arizona--Tucson; United States. Marshals Service; United States. Congress. Senate; Roosevelt's Rough Rider Association

Date: 1902-02-17

Letter from Alexander O. Brodie to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

Alexander O. Brodie discusses appointment of a secretary for the Arizona Territory. He encloses a copy of a resolution adopted at the Republican convention held in Tucson, Arizona.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Administrative law--U.S. territories and possessions; State governments--Officials and employees; Arizona--Tucson; Stoddard, Isaac Taft, 1851-1914

Date: 1904-03-12

Letter from Alexander O. Brodie to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

Alexander O. Brodie discusses the possible appointment of George W. Dunn as secretary of Arizona. Brodie advocates for the appointment to go to an Arizonan instead of to Dunn, who is from New York.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Administrative law--U.S. territories and possessions; State governments--Officials and employees--Selection and appointment; Local officials and employees; Arizona--Phoenix; Arizona--Tucson; Republican Party (Ariz.); Stoddard, Isaac Taft, 1851-1914

Date: 1904-03-14

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to George F. Kitt

Description:

Theodore Roosevelt writes to George F. Kitt to inform him that he will be unable to see Kitt when he travels to Tucson next March, but he thanks Kitt for the invitation and would love to visit him and the University of Arizona.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Scheduling; Travel; Entertaining; Apologies; Arizona--Tucson; University of Arizona

Date: 1911-01-23

Letter from Secretary of Theodore Roosevelt to Merrill P. Freeman

Description:

On behalf of Theodore Roosevelt, his secretary tells Merrill P. Freeman that Roosevelt is unable to include Tucson, Arizona, in his western states tour.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Politicians--Travel; Scheduling; Apologies; United States, West; Arizona--Tucson; University of Arizona

Date: 1911-02-18

Letter from Frank Harper to A. E. Douglass

Description:

Frank Harper, Secretary of Theodore Roosevelt, declines the invitation from A. E. Douglass to Theodore Roosevelt.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Politicians--Travel; Scheduling; Apologies; Arizona--Tucson

Date: 1911-02-21

Letter from John Campbell Greenway to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

John Campbell Greenway summarizes the events of the Tucson Convention. Many Roosevelt delegates were unseated and there ended up being two simultaneous conventions that elected delegates, one side was for Theodore Roosevelt and the other for President Taft. Greenway will be in Chicago, Illinois, for the Republican National Convention. He is very busy but can see Roosevelt sooner if necessary. Greenway believes that Roosevelt will win the presidential nomination in Chicago.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Republican National Convention; Presidents--Nomination; Political campaigns; Political conventions; Political parties--Officials and employees; Arizona--Tucson; Arizona; Illinois--Chicago; Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930; Heard, Dwight B. (Dwight Bancroft), 1869-1929; Kibbey, Joseph H. (Joseph Henry), 1853-1924; Daniels, Ben, 1852-1923

Date: 1912-06-04

Letter from John Campbell Greenway to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

John Campbell Greenway reviews the proposed itinerary for Theodore Roosevelt's visit to Arizona.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Travel--Planning; Copper mines and mining; Caves; New Mexico--Silver City; Arizona--Phoenix; Arizona--Bisbee; Arizona--Tucson; New Mexico--Deming; Arizona--Grand Canyon; New Mexico--Albuquerque

Date: 1913-06-20

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