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Letter to "Dear Gaston", 1904 August 27.

Author: John Singleton Mosby
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Mosby responds to an editorial by a Mr. Hood, discussing the "negro policies" of Cleveland, McKinley and Roosevelt and saying "I made no defense of Roosevelt's negro policy - nor any attack on Cleveland's or McKinley's - I only said I could see no differences except that Cleveland invited a negro [Frederick Douglass] & his wife to a card reception to meet his white guests on a footing of equality while Roosevelt
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Genre/Form: Letters (Correspondence)
Named Person: Grover Cleveland; Frederick Douglass; William McKinley; Theodore Roosevelt; Booker T Washington; Grover Cleveland; Frederick Douglass; William McKinley; Theodore Roosevelt; Booker T Washington
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John Singleton Mosby
OCLC Number: 48581704
Description: 1 item.
Other Titles: John S. Mosby letter

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Mosby responds to an editorial by a Mr. Hood, discussing the "negro policies" of Cleveland, McKinley and Roosevelt and saying "I made no defense of Roosevelt's negro policy - nor any attack on Cleveland's or McKinley's - I only said I could see no differences except that Cleveland invited a negro [Frederick Douglass] & his wife to a card reception to meet his white guests on a footing of equality while Roosevelt lunched alone & privately with Booker who happened to call just as he was going to lunch.

He also discusses an incident involving the appointment of "the negro Mathews" as deputy recorder of the U.S. Senate.

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