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Telegram from Charles Evans Hughes to William Loeb

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Charles Evans Hughes forwarded yesterday's testimony. Hughes does not expect to examine the witness further. 

Resource Type: Telegram

Subject: Courts; Witnesses

Date: 1905-12-06

Telegram from Charles Evans Hughes to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

Charles Evans Hughes thanks Theodore Roosevelt for the letter. Hughes is going into the New York gubernatorial campaign "inspired by your example and supported by good citizenship irrespective of party."

Resource Type: Telegram

Subject: Elections--U.S. states; Political parties; Citizenship; New York (State)

Date: 1906-09-27

Letter from Charles Evans Hughes to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

Charles Evans Hughes thanks President Roosevelt for his letter and notes that he is fully alive to the danger Roosevelt mentioned. Hughes has discussed the labor situation with Herbert Parsons and plans to get hold of Julius Mayer. Hughes also encloses a letter from Charles Sprague Smith, Director of the People's Institute, which he thinks will interest Roosevelt. 

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Voting; Political candidates; People's Institute (New York, N.Y.); Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ); Woodruff, Timothy L. (Timothy Lester), 1858-1913; Parsons, Herbert, 1869-1925; Mayer, Julius, 1857-1926

Date: 1906-10-04

Letter from Charles Evans Hughes to Theodore Roosevelt

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Charles Evans Hughes says the past week has been most encouraging for his campaign. Hughes tells President Roosevelt that the most significant events of the week were the demonstrations on the East Side and the meetings at Troy and Watertown. Hughes thinks that if the reports brought to him by the county chairman are trustworthy, the campaign shall have a great victory; however, Hughes is disturbed by newspaper reports of William Randolph Hearst's meetings. He fears the "great silent vote of the working-men." Hughes wishes the newspapers would print more of his declarations as to his own positions. 

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: American newspapers; Political campaigns; Demonstrations; Meetings; Voting; Pamphlets; New York (State); Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ); Democratic Party (U.S.); Hearst, William Randolph, 1863-1951

Date: 1906-10-21

Letter from Charles Evans Hughes to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

Charles Evans Hughes says the newspapers have not given as much prominence to his declarations of his positions as he would like. Hughes encloses a clipping from the Tribune which sets forth some of these statements. With regard to the "Judiciary Nominators" poster, Hughes has had a word with one of the most prominent men in the movement, which he thinks will result in the desired change. 

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: American newspapers; Political campaigns; New York (State)

Date: 1906-10-22

Hughes's platform from his speeches

Description:

Charles Evan Hughes outlines his platform for the 1906 New York gubernatorial campaign.

Resource Type: Platform, Political

Subject: Governors--Election; U.S. states--Politics and government; Political campaigns; Strikes and lockouts; Lobbying--Corrupt practices; Political leadership--Moral and ethical aspects; Political corruption--Prevention; Patriotism; Home rule; Labor laws and legislation; Tenement houses; Working class; Constitutional amendments; Labor disputes--Government policy; Labor unions--Government policy; Trusts, Industrial--Government policy; Life insurance--Government policy; New York (State); New York (State). Banking Department; New York (State). Governor

Date: 1906-10-22

Letter from Charles Evans Hughes to Theodore Roosevelt

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Charles Evans Hughes reminds President Roosevelt that he can go no further on his work in coal matters. Hughes believes that Attorney General William Moody should have a formal record of Hughes' resignation, and so he is asking Jacob Schurman to send a note to Moody. Hughes also looks for a "handsome victory" on Tuesday, thanks Roosevelt for all he has done, and wishes he could have heard Secretary Elihu Root's "great speech."

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Employees--Resignation; Coal; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Moody, William H. (William Henry), 1853-1917; Root, Elihu, 1845-1937; Schurman, Jacob Gould, 1854-1942

Date: 1906-11-03

Letter from Charles Evans Hughes to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

Charles Evans Hughes recommends Charles H. Keep to succeed Frederick Douglass Kilburn as Superintendent of Banks in New York when Kilburn resigns.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Employee selection; Banks and banking; New York (State)--Buffalo; New York (State). Banking Department; New York (State). Treasurer's Office

Date: 1906-12-06

Letter from Charles Evans Hughes to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

Charles Evans Hughes informs President Roosevelt that he has not received an official note of resignation from Frederick Douglass Kilburn and so has not told anyone of his consideration of Charles H. Keep for the position of Superintendent of Banks. Hughes wants a dependable man to take the position who can institute reforms as necessary.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Employee selection; Banks and banking

Date: 1906-12-07

Letter from Charles Evans Hughes to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

Charles Evans Hughes would be pleased to meet Mr. Keep at the dinner, as long as Keep's presence did not spark rumors of his being appointed.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Dinners and dining

Date: 1906-12-08

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