Papers and correspondence of Matthew Stanley Quay, in the possession|
of James A. Kehl.
Press Comments -- newspaper clippings in the possession of James A.|
Kehl, cited by volume and item number.
|Quay Family Papers||
Correspondence and newspaper clippings in the Archives of Industrial|
Society, University of Pittsburgh.
|1.||Theodore Roosevelt to Agnes B. Quay (telegram), May 28, 1904, MSQ Papers.|
|2.||Quoted in Bloom, "Philadelphia North American", p. 566.|
|3.||Stoddard, As I Knew Them, p. 168.|
|4.||Although attributed to Quay, this statement may not have originated with him. At a much later date Time ( May 19, 1975, p. 79) identified the late Senator Kenneth B. Keating of New York as the author. Either Keating was rewording Quay's remark or both versions had a common derivation.|
|5.||Stackpole, Behind the Scenes, p. 95.|
|6.||Orville Platt to Wharton Barker, June 17, 1891, Barker Papers.|
|7.||San Francisco Bulletin, April 30, 1899, loose clipping in MSQ Papers.|
|8.||John P. Blair to MSQ, January 19, 1887, MSQ Papers.|
|9.||M. M. Ogden to MSQ, March 25, 1899, MSQ Papers.|
|10.||James S. Clarkson to MSQ, February 4, 1897, and H. R. Clarkson to MSQ, February 13, 1897, both in MSQ Papers.|
|11.||Herbert Agar, The Price of Union ( Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1950), pp. 237, 243;|
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Publication information: Book title: Boss Rule in the Gilded Age:Matt Quay of Pennsylvania. Contributors: James A. Kehl - Author. Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press. Place of publication: Pittsburgh, PA. Publication year: 1981. Page number: 257.
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