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Letter From Joseph J. Cotter, U.S. National Park Service, to Representative Hayden

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Letter from Joseph J. Cotter to Carl Hayden detailing the approximate amount of patented land within the proposed borders of the national park. Thomas J. Croaff is mentioned in his belief that he owns half the land in the proposed

Letter from Joseph J. Cotter to Carl Hayden detailing the approximate amount of patented land within the proposed borders of the national park. Thomas J. Croaff is mentioned in his belief that he owns half the land in the proposed area; however, Joseph J. Cotter disputes this claim. Ralph Cameron's mining interests in the park are also mentioned. Circa 1917.

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Letter From F. R. Goodman to Carl Hayden

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Letter from F. R. Goodman to Carl T. Hayden asking for clarification about the agreement to construct an approach road to the park

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1924-07-12

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Letter From Joseph J. Cotter to Carl Hayden

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Letter from Joseph J. Cotter to Carl Hayden regarding the use of water power and summer homes in the proposed park boundaries.

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1917-03-03

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Letter From Joseph J. Cotter to Carl Hayden

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Letter from Joseph J. Cotter to Carl Hayden providing a rebuttal to W. W. Bass' objections to the Grand Canyon National Park Bill.

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1917-03-19

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Letter From F. R. Goodman, Coconino County HIghway Department, to Carl Hayden

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Letter from F. R. Goodman to Carl Hayden expressing Coconino County's interest in handing over Bright Angel Trail to the government provided a sufficient amount of money is appropriated to build a road from Maine to the Grand Canyon.

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1922-11-22