Theodore Roosevelt asks Robert John Wynne to arrange a luncheon with Redmond and O'Connor and dismisses those in Britain who would object to his meeting with the Irish Members. Roosevelt writes that he has been open about his support of the British Empire and will meet with whomever he chooses. Roosevelt also mentions that he has received support from American Catholics regarding an issue with the Vatican.
Irish--Social conditions; Catholics--Political and social views; Dinners and dining; Great Britain; Vatican City; Egan, Maurice Francis, 1852-1924
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