In this cartoon, Commissioner Roosevelt, in Old Dutch garb, holds a lantern and stands on a map of Manhattan labeled "New Amsterdam" with the Tammany tiger in the background. A handwritten caption at the bottom reads, "Establishing the dead line. Tammany, 'I wonder if he means me too!'"
New York (State)--New York Metropolitan Area; Tammany Hall; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
A newspaper article discusses a successful exhibition of the
Newspaper Artists’ Association. The exhibit included original
pen drawings and paintings by newspaper artists of leading
metropolitan papers. Patrons attending the exhibit included members
of the “400,” the leaders of New York society. The
article includes a list of patrons attending the exhibit. The lists
of patrons is divided by gender.
Art--Exhibitions; American newspapers; New York (State)--New York Metropolitan Area; Waldorf-Astoria Hotel (New York, N.Y.); New York Times Company; Ribblesdale, Ava Willing, 1868-1958
Lawrence Abbott sends President Roosevelt a defensive
explanation of an editorial that appeared in The Outlook
about Roosevelt's "Muck Rake" speech. Roosevelt had written two
letters to Abbott's father expressing his displeasure with the
editorial. Since Abbott's father was away in New England, Abbott
explains his view that Roosevelt's address was "courageous,
significant and far-reaching."
Publishers and publishing--Periodicals; Editorials; After-dinner speeches; Communication--Documentation; Conference proceedings; Proofs (Printing); Fathers and sons; Leave of absence; Return migrants; Presidents--Attitudes; Difference (Philosophy)--Political aspects; Comparison (Philosophy); Presidents; Social reformers; Good and evil; Negligence; Letters; Errors; Intention; New England; England--London; New York (State)--New York Metropolitan Area; Outlook (Association); World Outlook Press Service (Geneva, Switzerland); United States. White House Office; Abbott, Lyman, 1835-1922
Theodore Roosevelt turns down a request for a joint
debate. Roosevelt is concerned about political honesty.
Campaign debates; Syndicates (Journalism); Honesty; Americans--Politics and government; Attention; New York (State)--New York Metropolitan Area
Theodore Roosevelt contacts Lawrence Abbott requesting the
ability to respond to a letter from the Director of the Belgian
Bureau of Publications. Roosevelt is concerned by the actions of
Arthur Dullard, hoping that what he published was "a more German
fabrication." Roosevelt also asks Abbott regarding the whereabouts
of image plates from his Arizona and South American trips revealing
his intention to publish a "little book" with Scribners in the
spring. Lastly, Roosevelt confirms a lunch with Abbott and his
father Ernest on November 10.
Publishers and publishing; Press and politics--Moral and ethical aspects; Meetings; Illustrated books--Publishing; Publishing; Bookplates, American; Miniature books; Arizona; South America; New York (State)--New York Metropolitan Area; Charles Scribners Sons Building (New York, N.Y.); Abbott, Ernest Hamlin; Abbott, Lyman, 1835-1922