John Robert Greene drafts and notes on the Roosevelt-Barnes libel trial
- before 1985
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A libel suit was brought against Theodore Roosevelt in Syracuse (N.Y.) in April 1915 by William Barnes, whom Roosevelt had publicly called "a political boss of the most obnoxious type." The judge in the case ruled in Roosevelt's favor in May 1915.
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- Greene, John Robert, 1955-. John Robert Greene drafts and notes on the Roosevelt-Barnes libel trial, before 1985 (MS Am 3013): Guide
- Houghton Library, Harvard University.
- 2018 November 16
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