Theodore Roosevelt thanks his daughter Ethel Roosevelt for the
note and describes for her some of the members of his
household: two kittens that live in the backyard, an African
American coachman named Marshall, and a big horse with floppy
African American household employees; Kittens; Horses; Washington (D.C.)--Rock Creek Park
President Roosevelt describes rescuing a kitten from an attack by two terriers and seeing the Newberry twins burying themselves in sand. He also describes spending leisure time with Mother and a new horse he wants Ethel to try. He also mentions Phil, Jack, Ted and Kermit. Roosevelt signs the letter "The Tyrant" and includes an illustration of himself and the children calling him a "tyrant king."
Presidents--Recreation; Kittens; Horses; Roosevelt, Edith Kermit Carow, 1861-1948; Roosevelt, Kermit, 1889-1943