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Taft and Roosevelt : the intimate letters of Archie Butt.

著者: Archibald Willingham Butt
出版商: Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1930.
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Archibald Willingham Butt[ was an American journalist and United States Army officer. After a short career as a newspaper reporter, he served two years as the First Secretary of the American embassy in Mexico. He was commissioned in the United States Volunteers in 1898 and served in the Quartermaster Corps during the Spanish–American War. He gained notice for his work in logistics and animal husbandry, and received  再读一些...
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类型/形式: Records and correspondence
Correspondence
附加的形体格式: Online version:
Butt, Archibald Willingham, 1866-1912.
Taft and Roosevelt.
Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1930
(OCoLC)559317049
提及的人: William H Taft; Theodore Roosevelt; Archibald Willingham Butt; Archibald Willingham Butt; Theodore Roosevelt; William H Taft
文档类型 图书
所有的著者/提供者: Archibald Willingham Butt
OCLC号码: 456622
注释: Includes index.
描述: 2 volumes (862 pages) : portrait ; 25 cm
内容: VOLUME 2. The problem of appointing a Chief Justice --
Taft laments not being Chief Justice himself --
Holidays aboard the "Mayflower" --
Sunday in the quiet of Maine --
Taft tells what is wrong with politics --
Alice's cigarettes and the President's card game --
Taft alienates many old supporters --
The breach with Roosevelt widens --
Butt attributes the trouble to Norton --
Politicians try to change Taft's methods --
Taft becomes bitter toward Roosevelt --
Roosevelt and Taft no nearer together --
"I am deeply wounded" Taft tells Butt --
Mr. Taft receives a Cardinal from Rome --
Root reports to Taft on New York politics --
Not easy to get money from Carnegie --
Roosevelt calls in the Tafts' absence --
Hughes not named as Chief Justice --
Mr. Taft, unbidden, attends Butt's party --
Taft's opinion of his cabinet advisers --A plot against Ballinger --
An exciting time in the Senate --
Taft thinks of government economy --
Mr. Taft finds a reformer in his cabinet --
A hectic visit to New York --
President Taft's work for peace --
Mr. Taft makes an angry speece --
Secrecy in Secretary Stimson's selection --
A reminiscence of Roosevelt --
Entertaining the new hostile Senators --
The Tafts' silver wedding --
On hitting a President with golf balls --
Attacks on the President --
A storm trip into Virginia --
A ghost in the White House? --
"I am very much worried over the Colonel" --H. H. Kohlsaat visits the President --
Mr. Taft asserts his principles --
Mrs. Gibson makes an impression --
Louisville entertains Captain Butt --
The ways of women in Washington --
Captain Butt protects Ainsworth --
Charles P. Taft tells his troubles --
It appears that Roosevelt wants to run --
Captain Butt's divided allegiance --
Taft not hopeful about Roosevelt --
The White House entertains Royalty --
Captain Butt visits the Roosevelts --
On a stroll with the President --
Captain Butt decides to go abroad.
其他题名: Intimate letters of Archie Butt

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Archibald Willingham Butt[ was an American journalist and United States Army officer. After a short career as a newspaper reporter, he served two years as the First Secretary of the American embassy in Mexico. He was commissioned in the United States Volunteers in 1898 and served in the Quartermaster Corps during the Spanish–American War. He gained notice for his work in logistics and animal husbandry, and received a commission in the regular United States Army in 1901. After brief postings in Washington, D.C., and Cuba, he was appointed military aide to Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft. He died in the sinking of the RMS Titanic.--Wikipedia.

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