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"Tammany will send a full delegation to the state convention" - New York Times, August 15th

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Print shows John Kelly driving a wagon labeled "Tammany" overloaded with rowdy delegates to the New York state convention in Syracuse. The wagon is being pulled by the Tammany tiger. Several men are drinking alcoholic beverages, while one man plays a harp.

Resource Type: Cartoon

Subject: Political conventions; Carriages and carts; Drinking of alcoholic beverages; Political parties--Officials and employees; New York (State)--Syracuse; Tammany Hall; Kelly, John, 1821-1886

Date: 1882-08-23

Letter from George B. Cortelyou to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

Secretary of Commerce and Labor Cortelyou reminds President Roosevelt of his suggestion that Roosevelt consult with Henry L. Stoddard before his state fair speech in Syracuse, New York.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Meetings; Speeches, addresses, etc.; New York (State)--Syracuse

Date: 1903-07-05

Letter from John Elbert Wilkie to Benjamin F. Barnes

Description:

Director Wilkie writes to Benjamin F. Barnes regarding plans for President Roosevelt's trip to Syracuse and the attendance of representatives.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Presidents--Travel; Representative government and representation; New York (State)--Syracuse; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919

Date: 1903-08-25

Letter from William Loeb to John E. Wilkie

Description:

William Loeb advises John E. Wilkie that it has been decided that Secret Service officials Tyree, Taylor, Connell, and Sloane will accompany President Roosevelt to Syracuse, New York.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Presidents--Travel; Presidents--Protection; Secret Service--Officials and employees; New York (State)--Syracuse; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919; Connell, Stephen A., 1873-1928

Date: 1903-08-26

Letter from John E. Wilkie to William Loeb

Description:

John E. Wilkie will have four men accompany the Presidential party during trip to Syracuse, New York, as requested. Roosevelt was first President to have Secret Service protection.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Voyages and travels; New York (State)--Syracuse; United States. Secret Service

Date: 1903-08-27

Telegram from John N. Parsons to William Loeb

Description:

John N. Parsons states some of the band members have been unable to secure a leave of absence to attend the Syracuse letter carriers' convention. Parsons requests William Loeb's help securing the necessary leave.

Resource Type: Telegram

Subject: Leave of absence; Letter carriers; Congresses and conventions; New York (State)--Syracuse

Date: 1903-08-29

Letter from Henry C. Payne to William Loeb

Description:

Postmaster General Payne writes to William Loeb regarding matters connected to the Letter Carriers' Association meeting at Syracuse. Payne notes that Mr. Parsons's reputation does not lend itself to the Post Office department giving him special consideration.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Memorandums; New York (State)--Syracuse; New York Letter Carriers' Association

Date: 1903-09-01

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Lyman Abbott

Description:

In this letter to Lyman Abbott, President Roosevelt encloses his Labor Day speech at Syracuse, which is general in statements and principles. Roosevelt briefly alludes to the Post Office Department investigation, and intends to go over it in detail with Abbott when he has additional information.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Speeches, addresses, etc.; Governmental investigations; New York (State)--Syracuse; United States. Post Office Department

Date: 1903-09-02

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Fanny Monroe Robinson

Description:

President Roosevelt is unable to accept Fanny Robinson's invitation.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Scheduling; Travel; New York (State)--Syracuse; Roosevelt, Edith Kermit Carow, 1861-1948

Date: 1903-09-04

Letter from Joseph Bucklin Bishop to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

Joseph Bucklin Bishop writes to President Roosevelt about the President's Syracuse speech, improvements at Ellis Island due to Mr. Williams, and sends clippings regarding Judge Gray.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Speeches, addresses, etc.; New York (State)--Syracuse; United States--Ellis Island; Gray, George, 1840-1925

Date: 1903-09-07

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