Telegram from Carter Glass to John W Daniel

JMLMS1667.1-1.tiff

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Title

Telegram from Carter Glass to John W Daniel

Subject

Democratic National Convention (1904: St Louis, Mo.)

Description

Digital image of a telegram held at Jones Memorial Library in Lynchburg, Virginia as part of Manuscript Collection 1667.

The telegram was sent in 1904 from Carter Glass in Lynchburg, Virginia to Senator John W. Daniel at the Democratic National Convention held in St. Louis, Missouri. In the telegram Glass advises Daniel to "Stick to Parker and we will elect a President". Glass is referring to Judge Alton B. Parker, nominee for the office of President on the Democratic Party ticket. Parker and vice presidential nominee Henry G. Davis of West Virginia were selected as the party ticket but lost the November 1904 election to Theodore Roosevelt and Charles Fairbanks.

Creator

Glass, Carter

Publisher

George M. Jones Memorial Library (Lynchburg, Va.)

Date

09 July 1904

Rights

George M. Jones Memorial Library (Lynchburg, Va.)

Relation

JMLMS1667FA

Format

tiff

Language

English

Identifier

JMLMS1667.1-1

Citation

Glass, Carter, “Telegram from Carter Glass to John W Daniel,” Digital Collections, accessed July 20, 2024, https://digitaljones.omeka.net/items/show/592.