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[Letter from Emily Gray to Charles Francis, June 9, 2004]

Description: A letter from Emily Gray to Charles C. Francis inviting him to attend the 2004 Republican National Convention in New York City as part of the Bush's "Friends and Family" program. The letter contains information for lodgings and transportation and mentions a reservation and questionnaire to fill out as well as one if Francis is unable to attend.
Date: July 9, 2004
Creator: Gray, Emily
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[Email from Mary Cheney to Charles Francis, July 8, 2003]

Description: An email from Mary Cheney to Charles C. Francis about her reasons for resigning from her position at the Republican Unity Coalition. Attached below it is a previous email between the two.
Date: July 8, 2003
Creator: Cheney, Mary
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[Email from Mary Cheney to Charles Francis, May 19, 2003]

Description: An email from Mary Cheney to Charles C. Francis informing Francis of Cheney's resignation from her position on the advisory board of the Republican Unity Coalition.
Date: May 19, 2003
Creator: Cheney, Mary
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[Email from Scott Evertz to Lawrence Q. Fleischer, April 28, 2003]

Description: An email from Scott Evertz to Lawrence A. Fleischer, and Karl C. Rove who is CC'd, about the recent comments made by Senator Rick Santorum. Included is a chain of previous emails.
Date: April 28, 2003
Creator: Evertz, Scott
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[Letter from Pres. Gerald R. Ford to Charles Francis, March 6, 2003]

Description: A letter from President Gerald R. Ford to Charles C. Francis about the Supreme Court case Lawrence v. Texas. It references a previous letter and responds to a request from Francis, to sign an op-ed piece.
Date: March 6, 2003
Creator: Ford, Gerald R.
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[Email from Charles Francis to Mary Cheney, September 16, 2002]

Description: An email from Charles C. Francis to Mary Cheney about fundraising totals through the RUC and whose campaigns they should put the money towards. THere are handwritten notes all over the paper and on the back is a message that appears to read "Soft to Parties - NRCC Senatorial Committee Linus (sp?) - (And J---) hard to candidates. 25,000 to Senate Republicans then g--- 25,000 to Senate --- Susan - & $5 each hard dollar to Susan & Gordon".
Date: September 16, 2002
Creator: Francis, Charles C.
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[Email from Mary Matalin to Charles Francis, August 21, 2002]

Description: An email from Mary J. Matalin to Charles C. Francis about a meeting she had with Mary Cheney and the money Francis' group, the Republican Unity Coalition, had raised for senatorial campaigns.
Date: August 21, 2002
Creator: Matalin, Mary J.
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[Letter from Charles Francis to Alan Simpson, April 11, 2002]

Description: A letter from Charles C. Francis to Senator Alan Simpson about Mary Cheney joining the Republican Unity Coalition. It also mentions an upcoming meeting and the Cody Statement. At the bottom is a note with contact info for Laurie Rosen.
Date: April 11, 2002
Creator: Francis, Charles C.
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[Letter from Scott Evertz to Charles Francis, February 14, 2002]

Description: A letter from Scott H. Evertz to Charles C. Francis congratulating Francis on his appointment to the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS. There is a handwritten response on the paper that reads "Thanks so much for agreeing to serve. I look forward to working with you." Francis is also crossed out and "Charles," is written in its place.
Date: February 15, 2002
Creator: Evertz, Scott H.
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["An Evening with Mary Cheney" invite with note on back]

Description: An invitation to a reception titled "An Evening with Mary Cheney" sent out by the Republican Unity Coalition. In the space that the recipient is meant to fill out an arrow pointing down and the word "over" is written. On the back of the invitation is a handwritten note from the recipient that reads "PLEASE REMOVE MY NAME FROM YOUR LIST. GAY REPUBLICANS ARE THE SAME AS THE JEWS WHO Collaborated WITH THE NAZIS - ALL ABOUT PERSONAL SELF INTEREST. MARY CHENEY is GAY WHEN IT SUITS HER. WHY ISN'T SHE CAMPAIGNING IN MIAMI? YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED. Howard Bragman".
Date: 2002
Creator: Bragman, Howard
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[Faxed letter from Charles C. Francis to Karen Hughes, July 11, 2001]

Description: A letter that was faxed to Karen Hughes from Charles C. Francis. The letter is about an issue surrounding the Salvation Army and their position on gay and lesbian workers and rights. Francis expresses his concerns for President George W. Bush to be labeled as anti-gay due to the issue and also expresses his hopes to meet and discuss the issue.
Date: July 11, 2001
Creator: Francis, Charles C.
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[Handwritten note from Scott Evertz to Charles Francis, May 1, 2001]

Description: A handwritten note from Scott Evertz to Charles C. Francis thanking him. The note reads "Dear Charles, You really are a a dear friend, excellent advisor, & true Texas gentleman. Thanks so much for your friendship & your counsel. All the best, Scott". It was written on White House stationery.
Date: May 1, 2001
Creator: Evertz, Scott
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[Email from Karl Rove to Charles Francis, March 23, 2001]

Description: An email chain between Charles C. Francis and Karl Rove about the positions that are being filled by gay and lesbian Republicans in the George Bush White House.
Date: March 23, 2001
Creator: Rove, Karl
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[Letter from Charles Francis to Alan Simpson, December 21, 2000]

Description: A letter from Charles C. Francis, on DCI New Media stationery, to Senator Alan Simpson requesting Simpson serve as Master of Ceremonies for the Republican Unity Coalition's inaugural luncheon. Francis mentions others who will be attending and comments on Simpson's remarks after the murder of Matthew Shepherd. Also included are clippings about the group and Francis' work, an invitation to the event, and voting percentages for George W. Bush.
Date: December 21, 2000
Creator: Francis, Charles C.
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[Letter from Laura Bush to Charles Francis, August 24, 2000]

Description: A letter from Laura W. Bush to Charles C. Francis thanking him for a previous letter and for his support during the campaign. The letter was typed on Bush's own stationery and her signature is at the bottom.
Date: August 24, 2000
Creator: Bush, Laura W.
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[Letter from George W. Bush to Charles Francis, May 18, 2000]

Description: A letter from Governor George W. Bush to Charles C. Francis thanking him for organizing a meeting between him and gay and lesbian republicans. The letter also mentions their friendship and is signed with marker on the bottom.
Date: May 18, 2000
Creator: Bush, George W.
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[Letter from Karl Rove to Charles Francis, April 18, 2000]

Description: A handwritten letter from Karl C. Rove to Charlie C. Francis that reads "Dear Charlie, Sorry for being so late in writing to say thanks for all your hard work in pullign together Thursday's meeting. It was a very good and useful gathering and possible only because of your work. Best, Karl". The message is on George W. Bush for President stationery.
Date: April 18, 2000
Creator: Rove, Karl
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[Facsimile from Charles Francis to Gov. Bush and Karen Hughes, April 8, 1999]

Description: A facsimile from Charles C. Francis to Governor George W. Bush and Karen Hughes referring to something that they spoke about previously and to a conversation he had with reporter Rick Berke. At the bottom is Charles Francis' contact info.
Date: April 8, 1999
Creator: Francis, Charles C.
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[Letter from Charles Francis to Mary Matalin, March 8, 1999]

Description: A letter from Charles C. Francis to Mary Matalin about her "Meet the Press" interview and commitment to side with the lesbian and gay community. Francis also speaks about his support of George W. Bush which only grew after the incident when a GOP spokesman spoke against the Log Cabin Republicans .
Date: March 8, 1999
Creator: Francis, Charles C.
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[Letter from Charles Francis to Governor Bush, June 8, 1998]

Description: A letter from Charles C. Francis to Governor George W. Bush warning about how the GOP's spokesman Robert Black's smearing of the group 'Log Cabin Republicans' is not going to end well and that Bush needs to act. Francis gives Bush a heads up about upcoming responses in newspapers and demonstrations.
Date: June 8, 1998
Creator: Francis, Charles C.
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[Email with a letter from the Austin American-Statesman]

Description: An email containing a section of a letter from the Austin American-Statesman. The letter covers the actions of GOP leaders towards the Log Cabin Republicans of Texas surrounding the Republican Convention in Fort Worth, Texas. One spokesman, Robert Black, compared the group to the KKK and labeled it a hate group.
Date: June 6, 1998
Creator: Elizondo, Juan B., Jr.
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[Draft Letter to Delegates from Dale Carpenter, 1998]

Description: Scan of a letter from Dale Carpenter to the delegates of the 1998 Republican Convention. The letter is about the rally held by the Log Cabin Republicans of Texas during the Republican Convention in Fort Worth. The letter also focuses on the response of those who protested the rally and carried offensive signs.
Date: 1998-06~
Creator: Carpenter, Dale
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