Theodore Roosevelt thanks William Loeb for the letter and
razors. He asks Loeb to post three enclosed letters and requests
Philip Battell Stewart's address in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Thank-you notes; Letters; Street addresses; Stewart, Philip Battell, 1865-1957
Theodore Roosevelt thanks William Loeb for handling the mail and wants the "Safety Razor people" to know that they failed to send the razor handle. Roosevelt has been told that the Vice President should not make speeches at fairs. He is not yet ready to violate this convention and would like several senators informed of his position.
Thank-you notes; Letter mail handling; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Razors; United States. Office of the Vice President
Theodore Roosevelt believes he can catch the 4:35 train for
North Creek on Saturday. Everything has gone well in Illinois and
Travel--Planning; Illinois; Minnesota
Percival W. Clement requests that William Loeb call him on the
telephone at 10:30 p.m.
George Curtis Treadwell asks William Loeb to make sure Vice
President Roosevelt reads and answers his message.
Letters; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
Mr. Bowfer will reach Buffalo, New York, tonight by train.
Travel; Scheduling; New York (State)--Buffalo
H. Parry encloses train tickets to New York. He also offers to
handle William Loeb's baggage.
Railroad tickets; Railroads--Baggage handling; Travel--Planning
Francis C. Travers is depending on William Loeb to ensure his
telegram reaches President McKinley.
Telegraph; McKinley, William, 1843-1901
Mr. Pinckney left and K. Hammond asks if the telegrams should be
forwarded and where.
William H. Hotchkiss would like to help out in Buffalo, New
York, and encloses a letter for President Roosevelt.
Letters; New York (State)--Buffalo; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
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