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Personal diary of Theodore Roosevelt, 1882

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Diary of Theodore Roosevelt for the year 1882. Diary only contains entries through February. Roosevelt spent the majority of time in Albany, New York, as a member of the New York State Assembly.

Resource Type: Diary

Subject: Legislative bodies; Legislators--Conduct of life; Legislators--Political activity; Bills, Legislative; Entertaining; New York (State)--Albany; New York (State). Legislature. Assembly; Roosevelt, Alice Lee, 1861-1884

Date: 1882

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Alice Lee Roosevelt

Description:

Assemblyman Roosevelt misses Alice Lee Roosevelt and is looking forward to seeing her on Friday. He had a successful sparring session and bloodied his teacher's nose. After an exciting debate, Roosevelt's Reform Charter bill has been ordered for a third reading. Date on the letter reads "Feb. 6th," but the original cataloger suggests that it was actually written on the 5th.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Boxing; Bills, Legislative; Debates and debating

Date: 1884-02-05?

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Richard Henry Derby

Description:

Assemblyman Roosevelt writes Richard Henry Derby that he will favor the bill Derby refers to but it was introduced at least six weeks too late so there is little chance of it passing because the calendars are choked already. 

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Bills, Legislative--U.S. states; New York (State). Legislature. Assembly

Date: 1884-02-28

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Richard Henry Derby

Description:

Assemblyman Roosevelt writes Richard Henry Derby that he succeeded very well in putting through another reform bill in relation to the comptroller. He adds his committee reported adversely on a bill giving the mayor of Brooklyn power of absolute removal. 

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Bills, Legislative--U.S. states; Law reform--U.S. states

Date: 1884-03

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Prescott F. Hall

Description:

Police Commissioner Roosevelt writes to Immigration Restriction League representative Prescott F. Hall that he sympathizes with the bill Senator Lodge introduced but he can't write to Speaker of the House Reed at present because he has recently written to him on other issues and feels he has reached a limit. He adds that if Cabot can't get Reed in favor of the bill then Roosevelt certainly can't. 

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Bills, Legislative; Emigration and immigration law; Immigration Restriction League (U.S.); Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850-1924; Reed, Thomas B. (Thomas Brackett), 1839-1902

Date: 1896-03-26

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Alexander Phimister Proctor

Description:

Assistant Secretary Roosevelt is unsure how an unnamed matter will be handled, perhaps with a bill in Congress. Roosevelt compliments Alexander Phimister Proctor's work and suggests that he contact a congressman for help.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Sculpture; Statues; Bills, Legislative; Legislators

Date: 1897-08-02

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to James M. Andrews

Description:

Governor Roosevelt informs Captain Andrews that his letter made up Roosevelt's mind to sign the bill. He tells Andrews how much joy he brought his son Ted when he allowed him to visit.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Bills, Legislative--U.S. states; Friendly visiting; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1887-1944

Date: 1899-05-25

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Frederick William Holls

Description:

Governor Roosevelt thanks Frederick William Holls for his letter. He believes he will have to condense part of the letter, since he does not plan to "go as minutely into the provisions of the bill" in his message.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Letters; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Bills, Legislative; School management and organization--Law and legislation--U.S. states; Education--Law and legislation

Date: 1899-12-28

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Frederick William Holls

Description:

Governor Roosevelt is delighted that Regent Fitch and Regent Doane support the bill, most likely referring to a bill on education. He asks how William Kernan and Joseph F. Daly feel about the bill.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Education--Law and legislation; School management and organization--Law and legislation--U.S. states; Bills, Legislative; University of the State of New York. Board of Regents; Fitch, Charles E. (Charles Elliott), 1835-1918; Doane, William Croswell, 1832-1913; Daly, Joseph Francis, 1840-1916; Kernan, William

Date: 1900-01-01

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Frederick William Holls

Description:

Governor Roosevelt thanks Frederick William Holls for the report of the committee, most likely referring to a committee on education, noting the advantage of having Judge Joseph Daly write the report. Roosevelt would like to "make the compromise allowing the Regents to elect the first chancellor and having them submit to a reorganization," although he is more concerned with getting the bill passed.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Education--Law and legislation; Bills, Legislative; School management and organization--Law and legislation--U.S. states; Committees; Regents; University of the State of New York. Board of Regents; Daly, Joseph Francis, 1840-1916; Ainsworth, Danforth E.; Skinner, Charles Rufus, 1844-1928

Date: 1900-01-03

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