R. Sheridan has received the order for two pairs of shoes for President Roosevelt. He will make and send them immediately.
Shoes--Purchasing; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
R. Sheridan will arrive Thursday morning to measure President Roosevelt.
Boots; Footwear industry; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
R. Sheridan has sent three pairs of laced boots to President Roosevelt.
R. Sheridan will tree President Roosevelt's shoes for several days and will ship them midweek.
Shoes; Boots; Footwear
R. Sheridan has sent the boots he made and altered for President Roosevelt. He informs Roosevelt of the alterations and hopes that he finds the boots satisfactory.
R. Sheridan lets President Roosevelt know that he has received Roosevelt's letter and check. Sheridan tells Roosevelt that he can take a new measurement whenever is convenient for Roosevelt.
To ease the tightness President Roosevelt feels in his new boots, R. Sheridan will send shoe forms.
Boots; Consumer complaints; Shoemakers
R. Sheridan acknowledges receipt of the President's order for evening dress.
Boots; Clothing and dress
R. Sheridan acknowledges he has the returned pumps, apologizes that the pumps were uncomfortable, and will make the necessary adjustments and send a new pair to the President.
R. Sheridan shipped a pair of pumps, with adjustments, to the President.
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