The President's Man: Leo Crowley and Franklin Roosevelt in Peace and War

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1. Crowley to F. Ryan Duffy, August 28, 1969, CPP, given to the author by John and Regina (Crowley) Doyle, December 1979. Crowley had requests for his "records" from the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Hyde Park, NY, as well as the Wisconsin State Historical Society, Madison, WI, both requests in CPP.
2. Interviews with Laurence C. Eklund, side one of three tapes (five sides), made in early August 1969, copies at Wisconsin State Historical Society; ten articles published in the Milwaukee Journal, August 17-27, 1969, collected in a pamphlet, Adviser to Presidents.
3. For example, George Burns, Milwaukee attorney, to Laurence C. Eklund, August 19, 1969, CPP.
4. Interviews with John and Regina Doyle, December 1979; City Directories for Janesville, Beloit, and Madison, Wisconsin; Milton Courier, July 1, 1976, pp. 12-15; Portrait and Biography Album of Rock County, Wisconsin ( Chicago, 1889); Plymouth County Centennial, 1848-1948, ( Rock City, 1948), 76; Wisconsin: Its History and Its People, 1624-1924, ( Chicago, 1924), 3: 492-96; Obituaries, April 15 and 16, 1972, from the Madison Capital Times, Wisconsin State Journal ( Madison), Milwaukee Journal, and other newspapers, CPP; also, undated, autobiographical scraps, CPP; Last Wills and Testaments of Leo, Esther (sister), and William Crowley, Dane County records; and Eklund, Adviser to Presidents.
5. "Transactions: Deeds and Mortgages," in Registry of Deeds, Dane County, Madison, Wisconsin, 205: 289 and 367; 225: 356 and 357; 242: 557; 271: 587; 273: 104. The loans were paid off in 1922 and 1924, 291: 391; and 293: 446. Also, interview with Dr. Harry Purcell, whose father was a close friend and collaborator with Crowley, St. Louis, MO, July 3, 1980.
6. Partial Records of General Paper and Supply Company, August 25, 1919; May 29, 1919; September 15 and 22, 1921; and April 1, 1923, CPP; interview with Harris Allen, Crowley's broker, June 29, 1980, in Milton Junction; Thirtieth Annual Report of the Commission of Banking on State Banks, Mutual Savings Banks, and Trust Companies, 1925, lists Crowley as director of Bank of

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