Stone Collection: Volume 81 - Item 46
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46. Edward Mims, “President Theodore Roosevelt,” South Atlantic Quarterly (January 1905): 48-62.
Essay concerning the hostility in the South toward President Theodore Roosevelt generated by his dinner invitation to Booker T. Washington, his closing of the post office in Indianola, Mississippi, and his appointment of Dr. Crum as the port collector in Charleston, South Carolina.