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- All Subjects: Hayden, Carl Trumbull, 1877-1972
This is a second labor contract that was shared between Pablo or Juy Leng, a Chinese settler, and Gavino Hernandez, his new owner. The document was written and signed upon the completion of Pablo's first eight year contract with another owner. The term of this labor contract was for two years. Gavino Hernandez wrote on the back of the contract that Pablo seemed to be performing well in his duties. 1863. Signed in Chinese.
Invitation to Carl T. Hayden for the dedication of Grand Canyon Lodge and the Kaibab Trail.
Letter from Carl Hayden to Bernie Zachau regarding the national park bill with an enclosed copy of the National Park Service Act.
Letter from Harold Greene to Carl Hayden regarding the proposed boundaries for the national park bill.
Letter from Carl Hayden to Harold Greene regarding the progress of the national park bill.
Letter from L. S. Williams to Carl Hayden stating there should be no objection to Saginaw and Manistee Lumber Company having their timber contract extended as it is greatly favored.
Letter from Carl Hayden to L. S. Williams informing the Saginaw and Manistee Lumber Company that a bill extending the timber cutting rights in the Canyon did not pass in Congress.
Letter from L. S. Williams to Carl Hayden suggesting a boundary amendment to the national park bill.
Letter from John Page to Carl Hayden concerning the future of property ownership within the proposed boundaries of the national park.
Letter from Carl Hayden to H. F. Robinson with attached notes from W. W. Bass and C. H. Gensler. Hayden solitices advice concerning the Havasupai Tribe needs for grazing and access to natural resources.