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Letter from Arno B. Cammerer to Carl Hayden on the investigation by Superintendent Crosby regarding the TNT stored in the Grand Canyon.
Letter from Jesse L. Boyce to Carl Hayden stating that the Director of the National Park Service will order Colonel Crosby to remove the dynamite from the park.
Letter from Arno B. Cammerer to Carl Hayden reiterating the safe nature of the dynamite storage.
Letter from unknown author (possibly Jack) to Jesse L. Boyce regarding his complaint concerning the TNT located in the Grand Canyon. Enclosed is Superintendent Crosby's report in which he states that the current housing location of the TNT is not a threat to anyone.
Letter From W. W. Crosby, Superintendent, Grand Canyon National Park, to the Director, U.S. National Park Service
Letter from W. W. Crosby to the Director of the National Park Service defending his placement of the dynamite near Grand Canyon Village. He states there is between 16-20 tons of dynamite.
Letter from Arno B. Cammerer to Carl Hayden supporting Superintendent Crosby's stance that there is no need to remove the dynamite stored near Grand Canyon Village.
Letter from Jesse L. Boyce to Jack in which he refers to W. W. Crosby as a "damn carpetbagger" and his frustration at Crosby making him out to be a "liar."
Letter from Carl Hayden to Arno B. Cammerer on behalf of Jesse L. Boyce's complaint. Hayden states that Boyce believes Crosby's report to be inaccurate and an underestimation of the danger of the stored explosives.
Letter from the Acting Director of the National Park to Carl Hayden assuring him that Superintendent Crosby had removed the dynamite nearby Grand Canyon Village and placed it in a safe location on the South Rim.
One-page history of the four Grand Canyon National Park superintendents from 1919 to 1923, W. H. Peters, D. L. Reaburn, W. W. Crosby and J. R. Eakin. Circa 1923.