George Roland Malby will be unable to accept President Roosevelt's invitation to the memorial exercises.
George Malby writes to William Loeb about the appointment of Mr.
Sackett as Consul at Ottawa.
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George Roland Malby recounts for William Loeb his sixteen years
of service in the New York Legislature, in the Assembly, and
Senate. Malby hopes Loeb will pass on to President Roosevelt
congratulations for taking a stand and acting in the interest of
the people in recent bills relating to railroad rates, Arizona and
New Mexico joint statehood, and agriculture. Malby offers his
continued support to the president and sends wishes to the
Roosevelts from his wife Lucille Jones Malby.
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