President Roosevelt thanks Malcolm Henderson for the letter and tells him about his four sons.
Children--Correspondence; Children of presidents
President Roosevelt tells 10-year-old Wayne Coe he thinks his club is "a bully club" and sends a photograph to him and his brother Earl. Roosevelt tells Coe about his sons Archibald Roosevelt, who is the same age as Coe and Quentin Roosevelt.
Children--Correspondence; Clubs; Photographs; Roosevelt, Archibald B. (Archibald Bulloch), 1894-1979; Roosevelt, Quentin, 1897-1918
President Roosevelt enjoyed Eleanor Painter's letter and hopes she had as good a birthday with her family as he did with his.
Children--Correspondence; Presidents--Family; Families; Birthdays
President Roosevelt thanks Louisa Taubert for writing to his young daughter Ethel Roosevelt, and enjoyed hearing that her father's and uncle's birthdays fall on the same day as his.
Birthdays; Children--Correspondence; Presidents--Family; Derby, Ethel Roosevelt, 1891-1977
Theodore Roosevelt appreciates a letter from W. Francis Green. Roosevelt wishes to stay with Green when he comes to Providence, Rhode Island, but may have to defer the plan. The children are amused by Green's correspondence with Theodore Roosevelt Jr.
Politicians--Travel; Children--Correspondence; Rhode Island--Providence; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1887-1944
Theodore Roosevelt received a letter from John Edmund Crosby's mother about Crosby. He acknowledges the letter and thanks Crosby.
Thank-you notes; Children--Correspondence
On behalf of Theodore Roosevelt, his secretary explains to Catherine Mitchell, a young girl, that Roosevelt wishes he could respond personally to every kind letter he receives from boys and girls, but because he is currently "in the sick room," he is unable to do so. On behalf of Roosevelt, his secretary sends Roosevelt's thanks and acknowledgement.
Thank-you notes; Children--Correspondence; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
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