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Letter from Charles H. Sholes to W. G. Steel
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Title:

Letter from Charles H. Sholes to W. G. Steel

Collection:

Crater Lake National Park

Description:

Charles H. Sholes responds to W. G. Steel's resignation from the Mazamas in response to the controversy that arose when Theodore Roosevelt was nominated for honorary membership. Sholes is surprised and hurt by Steel's resignation, and feels that he bears just as much responsibility as Steel for the controversy. Sholes would like to know why Steel insists on resigning, and wants to know if anything can be done to remedy the situation.

Creation Date:

1906-09-09

Creator:

Sholes, Charles H., 1853-1947

Recipient:

Steel, W. G. (William Gladstone), 1854-1934

Citation (Chicago Style):

Letter from Charles H. Sholes to W. G. Steel. CRLA_8556_25_1; CRLA_8556_25_2; CRLA_8556_25_3. https://www.theodorerooseveltcenter.org/Research/Digital-Library/Record?libID=o293799. Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library. Dickinson State University.
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