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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

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Letter From Carl Hayden to Stephen Mather

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Letter from Arno B. Cammerer to Carl Hayden regarding the storage of dynamite in Shoski Canyon.

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1924-07-09

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Letter From Carl Hayden to Stephen T. Mather, U.S. National Park Service

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Letter from Carl Hayden to Stephen Mather regarding Coconino County's willingness to dispose of Bright Angel Trail as long as the funds acquired would go to building a road between Old Trails Highway at Maine to the Grand Canyon.

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1922-11-28

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Letter From Carl Hayden to Dwight Heard

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Letter of introduction for Dwight B. Heard on the arrival of National Park Service Director Stephen T. Mather to Phoenix. Mather's visit includes trips to Roosevelt Dam and Tumacácori.

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1924-03-25