Theodore Roosevelt asserts that he was only defending himself from attacks and claims that a man is trying to use Freemasonry to Roosevelt's political disadvantage.
Political campaigns; Presidents--Nomination; Libel and slander; Freemasons
Theodore Roosevelt's Assistant Secretary advises Emil F.
Holloway that his letter will be brought to Roosevelt's attention
upon his return from Chicago.
Thank-you notes; Letters; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
Theodore Roosevelt's secretary thanks Ralph P. Holloway for the
letter that was sent to Roosevelt.
Letters; Thank-you notes; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
Theodore Roosevelt's writes to H. C. Holloway to thank him for
the letter that was sent to Roosevelt.
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