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Isaac Taft Stoddard letterbooks, 1901-1903.

Author: Isaac Taft Stoddard
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Two 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  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters (Correspondence)
Correspondence
Named Person: Isaac Taft Stoddard; Alexander O Brodie; Douglas family.; Thomas Harbo Rynning; James Parks
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Isaac Taft Stoddard
OCLC Number: 39342498
Description: .1 linear ft. (1 box).

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Two 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 Secretary.

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