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Winsted Evening Citizen, First Edition, Vol. XIV, Whole No. 5,296, Saturday, September 28, 1901

Description:

The article on page one, titled "Mr. M'Kinley's Will," offers details of the reading of McKinley's will. Page two has two articles: "Riding the President's Exercise," which relates that Theodore Roosevelt will exercise primarily by horseback riding; and "Czolgosz Collapses," which describes the transfer of Leon Czolgosz to the Auburn prison. The article on page six, "Roosevelt and a Rooster," is an anecdote about Roosevelt and "Old Bill" Sewall. The article on page seven, "Unfurled Dixie's Flag," is about Roosevelt's mother's Southern sympathies.

Resource Type: Newspaper

Subject: Anarchists; Prisoners; Presidents--Assassination; Wills; Horses--Exercise; Press and politics; Connecticut--Winsted; McKinley, William, 1843-1901; Czolgosz, Leon F., 1873?-1901; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919

Date: 1901-09-28

Letter from John Ellis Roosevelt to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

Judge Lawrence has upheld the will of Cornelius Van Schaack Roosevelt after much time and family dispute. John Ellis Roosevelt will bring his daughter, Anita Blanche (Pansy) Roosevelt, to Alice Roosevelt's coming out ball.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Wills; Debutante balls; Roosevelt, Cornelius Van Schaack, 1827-1887; Longworth, Alice Roosevelt, 1884-1980; Roosevelt, Anita Blanche, 1881-1929

Date: 1901-12-19

Letter from William Emlen Roosevelt to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

William Emlen Roosevelt thanks President Roosevelt for arranging the letters of introduction for his acquaintances. He has been following the Schley matter but offers no advice. The will of Cornelius Van Schaack Roosevelt has been decided satisfactorily.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Letters; Wills; Roosevelt, Cornelius Van Schaack, 1827-1887; Schley, Winfield Scott, 1839-1911

Date: 1901-12-23

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to John Ellis Roosevelt

Description:

President Roosevelt is happy to hear John Ellis Roosevelt's news about the will.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Wills

Date: 1901-12-23

Letter from Roosevelt & Son to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

The time for an appeal over the estate of Cornelius Van Schaack Roosevelt will soon expire and Roosevelt & Son will hold the money until this time.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Inheritance and succession; Wills; Appellate procedure; Roosevelt, Cornelius Van Schaack, 1827-1887

Date: 1902-01-08

Letter from William Emlen Roosevelt to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

Emlen Roosevelt cannot turn over the money from "Uncle Corneel's" estate until the time for appeal expires next week and he needs the signed receipt from his last letter.  He has given a letter of introduction to Oliver Cromwell, an old friend, whom he believes has social, not political, ambitions.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Banks and banking; Wills; Inheritance and succession; Roosevelt, Cornelius Van Schaack, 1827-1887; Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658

Date: 1902-01-13

Letter from William Emlen Roosevelt to President Roosevelt

Description:

One of Cornelius Roosevelt's creditors has served a notice of appeal on "Uncle Corneel's" estate case.  As such, the money cannot be turned over to President Roosevelt.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Inheritance and succession; Banks and banking; Wills; Roosevelt, Cornelius Van Schaack, 1827-1887; Roosevelt, Cornelius, 1847-1902

Date: 1902-01-20

Letter from Adolf Mensing to Wilson, Barker, & Wilson

Description:

Adolf Mensing offers his opinion on Mrs. Motley's claims on the estate of Cornelius Roosevelt. Mensing is willing to provide some funds to "buy off" Mrs. Motley but only if President Roosevelt agrees to this course of action. Otherwise the law will have to take its course.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Inheritance and succession; Wills; Actions and defenses; Courts; Roosevelt, Cornelius, 1847-1902; Roosevelt, Cornelius Van Schaack, 1827-1887

Date: 1902-03-26

Letter from Earl Grey to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

Earl Grey plans to send President Roosevelt a copy of Cecil Rhodes's will and other documents, which will illustrate why Roosevelt reminds him of Rhodes. He wishes that Roosevelt and Rhodes could have met, because it would have been an encouragement to Rhodes to see someone who holds his ideals be in a position to see them realized.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Wills; Rhodes scholarships; Africa, Southern; Rhodes, Cecil, 1853-1902

Date: 1902-03-28

Letter from Marie Mensing to Theodore Roosevelt

Description:

Marie Mensing encloses documents regarding Mrs. Motley's lawsuit and her attempts to interfere with "Uncle Corneel's" estate. She would like President Roosevelt to look over the documents and wonders if it would be worthwhile to bribe Mrs. Motley to drop the suit.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Wills; Inheritance and succession; Actions and defenses; Bribery; Letters; Roosevelt, Cornelius, 1847-1902; Roosevelt, Cornelius Van Schaack, 1827-1887; Mensing, Adolf, 1845-1929

Date: 1902-03-28

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