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Fri Mar 21 17:11:44 2014 UTClccn-n930276400.00Message of Governor Alexander O. Brodie to the twenty-second Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona0.811.00Papers, 1849-191836123632Alexander_Oswald_Brodien 930276403341910lccn-n80001145United StatesArmyVolunteer Cavalry, 1stlccn-n98060912Herner, Charleslccn-n50009838Pieris, Ralphlccn-n93027703Walnut Grove Water Storage Company (Walnut Grove, Ariz.)lccn-n93027649Brodie, Louise Hanlonnp-kittell, larry waite$1940Kittell, Larry Waite1940-nc-arizona$governor 1902 1905 brodieArizonaGovernor (1902-1905 : Brodie)lccn-n93058377Douglas, James S.(James Stuart)1868-1949np-riordan, a cRiordan, A.Cnp-parks, jamesParks, JamesBrodie, Alexander O.(Alexander Oswald)1849-1918HistoryRecords and correspondenceArizonaBrodie, Alexander O.--(Alexander Oswald),GovernorsArmed Forces--OfficersUnited States.--Army.--Volunteer Cavalry, 1stFrontier and pioneer lifeIndians of North America--WarsUnited StatesSoldiersMilitary leadershipMines and mineral resourcesEconomic historyPolitical scienceWater-supplyArizona--BisbeeWalnut Grove Water Storage Company (Walnut Grove, Ariz.)Brodie, Louise HanlonRoosevelt, Theodore,BankersMission San Xavier del Bac (Tucson, Ariz.)Greene, William Cornell,MerchantsDouglas, James S.--(James Stuart),Catholic Charities USALaw enforcementSmith, Marcus A.--(Marcus Aurelius),Parks, JamesCivil engineersBank of DouglasStrikes and lockouts--Copper miningBanks and bankingArizona--MorenciCashman, Nellie,Williams, BenBrophy College Preparatory SchoolDouglas familyVeterans1849191819031904190519091910195374131451ocn040890239book19040.23World's Fair edition, Bisbee daily reviewHistory32ocn557948779book19530.92Brodie, Alexander OThe Brodie Papers on Sinhalese Folk-Religion ... Reprinted from The University of Ceylon Review, etc. [Edited by Ralph Pieris.]21ocn028499596mix1.00Brodie, Alexander ORecords and correspondenceCorrespondence and other papers, chiefly relating to Brodie's mining interests; together with correspondence with his wife, Louise Hanlon Brodie. Includes material relating to Walnut Grove Water Storage Company, Walnut Grove, Ariz11ocn317151986book1903ArizonaMessage of Governor Alexander O. Brodie to the twenty-second Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona11ocn317152082book1905ArizonaMessage of Governor Alexander O. Brodie to the twenty-third Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona, 1905541ocn713834706book20120.95Herner, CharlesAlexander O. Brodie : frontiersman, Rough Rider, governorHistoryMilitary historyBiography21ocn029711499book19731.00Kittell, Larry WaiteThe administration of Alexander O. Brodie : Arizona Territorial Governor, 1902-190511ocn049605440mixBrophy, William HenryBrophy papers - William and Ellen Brophy seriesArchivesRecords and correspondenceSummary: Correspondence and business records documenting the mercantile store, banking and mining investments; particularly the development of Arizona's financial base. Business records relate to the Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Company store and business correspondents include W.C. Greene, James Douglas, A.C. Riordan, the Lucky Tiger Mine, Bank of Bisbee, and George LeBaron. There are a few personal letters from 1919-1920, while the Bisbee Deportation trial is taking place, that discuss the Deportation. However, business correspondence for 1915-1918 is not present. Personal correspondents include W. O'Neill, Mark Smith, Ben Williams, and Alexander Brodie (concerning the joint statehood bill). There is also family correspondence, letters concerning Catholic Charities, correspondence with Bishop H. Granjon about restoration of San Xavier Mission, and other correspondence about the founding of the Brophy College Preparatory School. Letters from Nellie Cashman, dated 1896 to 1908, concern property transactions11ocn050064252book1973Kittell, Larry WaiteAlexander Oswald Brodie: his early life and accession to the governor-ship of Arizona, 1849-190211ocn154029295art19090.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamBrodie, Alexander Oswald11ocn039342498bookStoddard, Isaac TaftIsaac Taft Stoddard letterbooksRecords and correspondenceTwo letterbooks, one of business correspondence, 1901-1902, and the other of correspondence written while Stoddard was acting governor in 1903. The official letters concern subjects such as prisoner pardons and law enforcement needs during the miners' strike in Morenci. As Acting Governor during the miners' strike, Stoddard communicated with Sheriff James Parks in Morenci, the Douglas family in Bisbee, James Colquhoun of Clifton, Governor Alexander O. Brodie in New Jersey, Col. Lebo of the 14th U.S. Cavalry in Morenci, Capt. Thomas Rynning and others. Although the letters are brief, they provide a daily record of events as they occurred in Morenci and the official response to them. The other letterbook contains letters written following Stoddard's appointment as Secretary; these letters concern mining, politics, appointments, and his business as Secretary11ocn042199158mixBrodie, Alexander OBrodie papersBiographical material, letters concerning Rough Rider reunions, correspondence with the Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society about membership, and a printed report entitled "Report of the Seven Stars Group of Mines, Yavapai County, Arizona," by Alex O. Brodie, 189211ocn495440169visu19101.00Thompson, PaulGreeting Col. Brodie of Rough RidersPhotograph showing Theodore Roosevelt and Col. Alexander O. Brodie, in uniform, greeting each other, surrounded by horsesFri Mar 21 15:22:34 EDT 2014batch9520