John M. Carson encloses an article from The Public
Ledger for President Roosevelt.
Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Interpersonal communication
Elizabeth Norris Emlen Roosevelt thanks President Roosevelt for
the photograph that he sent her.
Interpersonal communication; Photographs
Alice Lee will vote for President Roosevelt and hopes that he
will lead the United States for another four years. She is glad
that Roosevelt surrounds himself with men such as Secretary of War
Taft and Secretary of State Hay.
Votes (People); Presidents--Election; Interpersonal communication; Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930; Hay, John, 1838-1905; Procter, John Robert, 1844-1903
Maurice Francis Egan believes that the idea and the man will
win. He says that in President Roosevelt's case he cannot separate
the two. Egan mentions "the Philippines question" and a story which
will soon appear in print.
Interpersonal communication; Philippines
Jean Jules Jusserand has been forwarded the text of a speech
which he finds memorable.
Speeches, addresses, etc.; Interpersonal communication
Edward Gridley Riggs discusses wagers that he would like to
collect. He reminds President Roosevelt that Roosevelt owes him a
"big red apple."
Wagers; Apples; Interpersonal communication
George B. Cortelyou informs William Loeb that he has received
the Nathan Lazarnick photograph that Loeb enclosed in a previous
letter. Cortelyou notes that he has also obtained the plate of the
photograph in order to destroy it.
Photography--Political aspects; Interpersonal communication
Secretary William Loeb provides Julius M. Meyer's address so
that William Dudley Foulke can communicate with Meyer directly. He
also encloses a letter to Senator Nathan Bay Scott that President
Roosevelt would like for Foulke to deliver.
Interpersonal communication; Letters; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919; Scott, Nathan Bay, 1842-1924
Seth Low encloses a letter from Mr. Robbins for President
Senator Platt writes to President Roosevelt that he has no
objection to Roosevelt showing his letter to Herbert Parsons.
Interpersonal communication; Letters; Parsons, Herbert, 1869-1925
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