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Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Frank Frantz

Description: A 1901 letter from Vice President Theodore Roosevelt to Frank Frantz regarding sending a letter and mentioning their reunion was pleasant. Roosevelt refers to Frantz as "Captain." Frantz served as a captain in Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders during the Spanish-American War. Approximately a year after this letter was written, Roosevelt became the U.S. President when President McKinley was assassinated. On his visits to the White House, Frantz, an athlete and a boxer, engaged in several matches with the president, knocking him out on three occasions.
Date: August 20, 1901
Creator: Roosevelt, Theodore
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Letter from Robert Nail to Margaret C. Nail

Description: Letter from Robert Nail to Margaret C. Nail regarding the difficulty in his travels to Memphis and on to Washington.
Date: August 1, 1860
Creator: Nail, Robert
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Letter from George Ainslie to Robert Nail

Description: Letter from George Ainslie to Robert Nail regarding a list of those who attended Good Water school for term beginning October 1858, a new teacher, and other similar matters.
Date: August 25, 1859
Creator: Ainslie, George
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Letter from K. McCurtain to Robert Nail

Description: Letter from K. McCurtain to Robert Nail regarding matters of the General Council, separation, and standing debts
Date: August 5, 1859
Creator: McCurtain, K.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Letter from K. McCurtain to Robert Nail

Description: Letter from K. McCurtain to Robert Nail regarding payment to persons for boarding, clothing and tuition.
Date: August 24, 1858
Creator: McCurtain, K.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Letter from Edward J. Nail to Robert Nail

Description: Letter from Edward J. Nail to Robert Nail regarding the present situation of the Choctaw Nation and his schooling in Russellville, Kentucky.
Date: August 19, 1857
Creator: Nail, Edward J.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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