Letter to Andrew Inglis Clark, Tasmania from John B. Moore, New York, 16 Mar 1907
Moore, JB and Clark, AI and Strauss, Mr (1907) Letter to Andrew Inglis Clark, Tasmania from John B. Moore, New York, 16 Mar 1907. University of Tasmania Library Special and Rare Materials Collection, Australia. (Unpublished)
Hopes Clark has recovered from his late illness. Sees Clark's son Conway quite often. Mr Strauss left New York for Washington when he was appointed to the Cabinet so haven't been able to take Conway to meet him. Strauss and his three brothers are all strong Democrats, although Oscar is now a Republican due to his relations with Mr Roosevelt. Talks about the process of electing judges in America and how it impairs the independence of the bench.
C4/C237.....Letter transcribed by Jeffrey Gilbert, University of Tasmania.
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|Keywords:||Tasmania, social history, Australia, Van Diemen's Land, Andrew Inglis Clark, Hobart, Federation, Australian Federation, John B. Moore, Columbia University, New York, ancillary administration, politics, America, judges|
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