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Account of the 1912 Republican Convention, 1912.

Author: Nicholas Roosevelt
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Typewritten account of the Republican National Convention in Chicago, June 13-21, 1912, by Nicholas Roosevelt, cousin of Theodore Roosevelt. N. Roosevelt describes traveling by train from New York to Chicago with Theodore, Edith, and Kermit Roosevelt, and other members of the election party. During the convention, N. Roosevelt describes meeting with Chicago Tribune reporter John Callan (Cal) O'Lauglin, working with  Read more...
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Named Person: Charles P Curtis; Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt; Theodore Roosevelt
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas Roosevelt
OCLC Number: 43562426
Description: 1 folder.

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Typewritten account of the Republican National Convention in Chicago, June 13-21, 1912, by Nicholas Roosevelt, cousin of Theodore Roosevelt. N. Roosevelt describes traveling by train from New York to Chicago with Theodore, Edith, and Kermit Roosevelt, and other members of the election party. During the convention, N. Roosevelt describes meeting with Chicago Tribune reporter John Callan (Cal) O'Lauglin, working with his colleague Charles P. Curtis for the Roosevelt campaign and the Progressive Party, the theft of delegates by Taft Republicans and votes for Elihu Root. Also includes details on speeches given at the convention and the response from delegates. The account was constructed from diary entries and letters N. Roosevelt wrote to family members during the convention.

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