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Letter from Thomas P. McLoughlin to Theodore Roosevelt

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Reverend McLoughlin says that he praises President Roosevelt and says that he will vote for him in the upcoming election. McLoughlin also informs the President that he encourages his parishioners to vote for him and feels that there is strong support for the President among Catholics.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Elections--Public opinion; Presidents--Elections; Catholics--Political and social views

Date: 1904-08-27

Roosevelt's latest

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The writer criticizes Theodore Roosevelt's recent selections for postmaster and judge in Washington, D.C., and states both men are "Romanists."

Resource Type: Newspaper article

Subject: Judges--Selection and appointment; Postmasters--Selection and appointment; Catholics--Political and social views; Catholic public officers; Washington (D.C.); Georgetown College.; Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ); Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919; Storer, Maria Longworth, 1849-1932; Barnes, Benjamin F., 1868-1909

Date: 1906-04-22?

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Robert John Wynne

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Theodore Roosevelt asks Robert John Wynne to arrange a luncheon with Redmond and O'Connor and dismisses those in Britain who would object to his meeting with the Irish Members.  Roosevelt writes that he has been open about his support of the British Empire and will meet with whomever he chooses.  Roosevelt also mentions that he has received support from American Catholics regarding an issue with the Vatican.  

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Irish--Social conditions; Catholics--Political and social views; Dinners and dining; Great Britain; Vatican City; Egan, Maurice Francis, 1852-1924

Date: 1910-04-11

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to D. W. Smith

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Theodore Roosevelt discusses plans to visit Reno, Nevada on a trip through San Francisco, California, Portland, Oregon, and Oakland, California. Roosevelt sends congratulations to Senator Flanagan for his participation in the erection of a new Y.M.C.A building and expresses interest in "progressive Christianity," which would establish Catholics and Protestants as ethically equal.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Travel--Political aspects; Meetings--Planning; Christianity and politics; Catholics--Political and social views; Protestants--Political activity; Progressivism (United States politics); Ethics; Interdenominational cooperation; Nevada--Reno; California--Oakland; California--San Francisco; Young Men's Christian Associations of North America; Flanigan, Patrick L., -1920

Date: 1911-01-31

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