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Interstate Commerce Act

The Interstate Commerce Act was used by President Theodore Roosevelt to regulate America's railroads. - Learn About TR

Letter from Martin A. Knapp to Stephen B. Elkins

Chairman Knapp explains the Interstate Commerce Commission's recommendations for amendments to the... Letter - 1905-11-28 - Digital Library Record

Letter from John J. McCook to Theodore Roosevelt

Railroad official John J. McCook writes to President Roosevelt regarding an act controlling commer... Letter - 1905-01-09 - Digital Library Record

Letter from Stuyvesant Fish to Theodore Roosevelt

Stuyvesant Fish believes the Interstate Commerce Commission is weak due to its anomalous nature w... Letter - 1903-01-20 - Digital Library Record

Letter from A. J. Cassatt to Theodore Roosevelt

President Cassatt of the Pennsylvania Railroad encloses an amendment to the Interstate Commerce Ac... Letter - 1902-04-01 - Digital Library Record

Letter from Martin A. Knapp to Theodore Roosevelt

Chairman Knapp of the Interstate Commerce Commission sends President Roosevelt some minor alterati... Letter - 1907-01-21 - Digital Library Record

Letter from Charles E. Townsend to Theodore Roosevelt

Senator Townsend relays his correspondence with Senator Williams regarding the Interstate Commerce... Letter - 1905-11-03 - Digital Library Record

Letter from Edgar E. Clark to George Gray

Edgar E. Clark has heard that he is being considered for being appointed to the Interstate Commerc... Letter - 1906-06-03 - Digital Library Record

Letter from Charles Stedman Hanks to Theodore Roosevelt

Charles Stedman Hanks requests that President Roosevelt submit two questions to Dr. Charles P. Nei... Letter - 1907-01-29 - Digital Library Record

A Compact and Concise Law in Regulation of Interstate Commerce

A newspaper article describing various bills relating to the power of the Interstate Commerce Com... Newspaper article - 1905-11-03 - Digital Library Record

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