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Letter From Carl Hayden to W. W. Bass

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Letter from Carl Hayden to W. W. Bass concerning the passing of the national park bill. Hayden states that he will try to make the bill as advantageous to Arizona miners and farmers as possible, but the land will either

Letter from Carl Hayden to W. W. Bass concerning the passing of the national park bill. Hayden states that he will try to make the bill as advantageous to Arizona miners and farmers as possible, but the land will either remain as a national monument or become a national park. A postscript is added concerning the land allocated for the Havasupai Tribe.

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1917-06-28

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Letter From Carl Hayden to George W. P. Hunt

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Letter from Carl Hayden to Governor George W. P. Hunt asking the governor to submit the idea of a national park near the rim of the Grand Canyon to the state legislature during the special session. Hayden mentions the state

Letter from Carl Hayden to Governor George W. P. Hunt asking the governor to submit the idea of a national park near the rim of the Grand Canyon to the state legislature during the special session. Hayden mentions the state of Arizona would be charged about $28,800 for the land at $1.25 an acre. W. W. Bass and Bass Camp are also included in the letter.

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1918-04-18

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Letter From Carl Hayden to Charles H. Akers

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Letter from Carl Hayden to C. H. Akers on the opposition to the Grand Canyon bill from A. A. Johns, J. W. Sullivan, Jesse Hoyce, T. E. Cureton, and Hugh Campbell. Hayden mentions his failure to contact the governor before

Letter from Carl Hayden to C. H. Akers on the opposition to the Grand Canyon bill from A. A. Johns, J. W. Sullivan, Jesse Hoyce, T. E. Cureton, and Hugh Campbell. Hayden mentions his failure to contact the governor before the present special session, but expresses hope of the legislature passing a memorial on the subject.

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1918-05-28

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Letter From Carl Hayden to Ralph H. Cameron

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Letter from Carl Hayden to Ralph H. Cameron responding favorably to a request to meet in regards to the bill granting National Park status to the Grand Canyon.

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1917-12-07

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Letter From Carl Hayden to X. N. Steeves

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Letter with red pencil corrections from Carl T. Hayden to X. N. Steeves about the construction of an approach road to the canyon.

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1924-06-11

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Letter From Carl Hayden to F. R. Goodman

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Letter from Carl T. Hayden to F. R. Goodman concerning the purchase of Bright Angel Trail and construction of an approach road to the park.

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1924-07-18

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Letter From Carl Hayden to F. M. Gold

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Letter from Carl Hayden to F. M. Gold about the purchase of Bright Angel Trail.

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1924-02-06

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Letter From Carl Hayden to Henry F. Ashurst

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Letter describing three enclosures, a letter from F. M. Gold, Carl T. Hayden's reply to Gold's letter, and a copy of a bill introduced by Cameron.

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1924-02-07

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Letter From Carl Hayden to Fred S. Breen

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Letter from Carl T. Hayden to Fred S. Breen concerning the expenditure of $100,000 to purchase Bright Angel Trail.

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1924-03-13

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Memorandum From A. E. Demaray to E. C. Finney

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Four letters of correspondence about the purchase of Bright Angel Trail between A. E. Demaray, Acting Director of the Grand Canyon National Park; E. C. Finney, Department of the Interior First Assistant Secretary; Carl T. Hayden, Representative (AZ); and Stephen T. Mather, Director of the National Park Service.

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1924-07-18