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- Booker T. Washington asks President Roosevelt to defer appointment of Judge Roulhac as district attorney until Washington confers with James Sullivan Clarkson. He has a resolution that he will suggest to Clarkson, who will then convey it to Roosevelt. Washington spoke to Edgar S. Wilson in New Orleans, Louisiana. Wilson is in fine shape, particularly if he can have two African American men appointed as deputy revenue collectors.
- Judges--Selection and appointment, Public prosecutors, African Americans--Employment, Alabama, Louisiana--New Orleans, Clarkson, James Sullivan, 1842-1918, Wilson, Edgar S., 1858-1935, Roulhac, Thomas R., 1846-1907
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Letter from Booker T. Washington to Theodore Roosevelt
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