Official Proceedings Of The Thirteenth Republican National Convention Held In The City Of Chicago June 21 22 23 1904; Resulting In The Nomination Of Charles W Fairbanks Of Indiana

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Excerpt from Official Proceedings of the Thirteenth Republican National Convention: Held in the City of Chicago, June 21, 22, 23, 1904; Resulting in the Nomination of Theodore Roosevelt, of New York, for President and the Nomination of Charles W. Fairbanks, of Indiana, for Vice-President

Resolved, That the members of the Republican National Committee have learned with profound sorrow of the death of our late colleague, Matthew Stanley Quay. For many years he represented the great State of Pennsylvania in this Committee. In several campaigns he served as member of the Executive Committee. As Chairman of the Republican National Committee he achieved by his skill, sagacity, courage and ability, one of the most brilliant victories in the splendid history of the Republican party. He was ever found to be a genial friend and a sagacious counselor. His ripe political experience, matured and well-balanced judgment, and extraordinary knowledge concerning political affairs, will be greatly missed in the councils of the party.

In his death the country has lost one of the ablest and best equipped statesmen of his time. He was one of the most influential, trusted and forceful members of the Senate of the United States. His many and great public services to his party and his country are recognized and admitted by all.

Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to his family; to the Governor of the State of Pennsy

Senator Penrose moved the adoption of the report.

Report adopted.

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Official Report Of The Proceedings

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OF THE THIRTEENTH REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION, HELD IN THE
CITY OF Chicago, June 21, 22, 23, 1904 ... of New York, for President AND THE
NOMINATION OF CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS, of Indiana, for Vice-President.

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Republican National Conventional (thirteenth.) Official proceedings of the
thirteenth Republican national convention held in the city of Chicago, June 21, 22
, 23, 1904; resulting in the nomination of Theodore Roosevelt of New York for
President and the nomination of Charles W. Fairbanks of Indiana for vice-
president; reported by M. W. Blumenberg. Minneapolis, Minn., [Chas. W. Johnson
,] [1904.] 238 p.

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Republican National Conventional (thirteenth.) Official proceedings of the
thirteenth Republican national convention held in the city of Chicago, June 21, 22
, 23, 1904; resulting in the nomination of Theodore Roosevelt of New York for
President and the nomination of Charles W. Fairbanks of Indiana for vice-
president; reported by M. W. Blumenberg. Minneapolis, Minn., [Chas. W. Johnson
,] [1904.] 238 p.

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Charles W. Johnson, 1903. Official Proceedings of the Thirteenth Republican
National Convention, held in the City of Chicago, June 21, 22, 23, 1904, resulting
in the nomination of Theodore Roosevelt, of New York, for President. Reported
by ...