Theodore Roosevelt invites John Wallace Riddle to visit his home
in Oyster Bay, New York.
Entertaining; Travel; Scheduling; New York (State)--Oyster Bay
Anna Roosevelt requests that John Wallace Riddle join her at the
Amateur Comedy Club and encloses a ticket.
Comedy; Amateur theater; Dinners and dining
A ticket for a performance of the Amateur Comedy Club at the
Berkeley Lyceum, compliments of Anna Roosevelt.
Tickets; Amateur theater; Comedy
Commissioner Roosevelt acknowledges the letter, book, and paper
sent by John Wallace Riddle. His summer reading is now set.
Roosevelt will be making a flying visit out west in August and
wishes Riddle could join the family for the Fourth of July.
Books and reading; Newspapers; Historians; Travel; Fourth of July
Commissioner Roosevelt encloses a note that John Wallace Riddle
can give to Mr. Rock, Roosevelt's tailor. He considers Rock to be
very good, and so does Elliott Roosevelt, which is more to the
point. Roosevelt enjoyed the "alligator-bagger" clippings, and he
will send them on to his family.
Tailors; Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Roosevelt, Elliott, 1860-1894
Theodore Roosevelt regrets he cannot join Robert Harry Munro
Ferguson on an upcoming trip. He expects that Ferguson will have a
difficult time, especially with mosquitoes, but that Ferguson is
doing something worth doing. Roosevelt wishes he could go but is
happy at home with Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt and the
Travel; Mosquitoes; Roosevelt, Edith Kermit Carow, 1861-1948
Theodore Roosevelt discusses travel and hunting plans for the
summer. He may be delayed if Congress holds an extra session.
Travel--Planning; Cattle; Ranches; Big game hunting; Horses; Rocky Mountains Region
Theodore Roosevelt will discuss ranch matters and more important
things after Robert Harry Munro Ferguson arrives. He discusses the
content of his upcoming annual report. Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt
continues to recover from an unnamed health issue.
Ranching; Government report writing; Health; Roosevelt, Edith Kermit Carow, 1861-1948
Anna Roosevelt invites John Wallace Riddle to dinner and would
like a lesson in piquet afterwards.
Dinners and dining; Piquet (Game)
Commissioner Roosevelt has several dinner engagements for the
weekend and asks if Robert Harry Munro Ferguson will join him for
lunch on Saturday and Sunday. Roosevelt details plans for horseback
riding and a walk up Rock Creek if Ferguson is willing.
Dinners and dining; Entertaining; Scheduling; Horses; Hiking; Washington (D.C.)--Rock Creek Park; Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850-1924
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