Theodore Roosevelt sends a letter of thanks to Fred S. Willbur in receipt of his message. In response to Willbur's letter, Roosevelt references a recently published letter written to William Allen White.
American newspapers--Sections, columns, etc.; Newspaper publishing--Political aspects; Kansas; White, William Allen, 1868-1944
Theodore Roosevelt's secretary writes to Frederick Bagley of the Cleveland Leader concerning a letter written by Roosevelt to Thomas Lathan on the topic of presidential electors. He contends that this letter should not be published prior to the Republican National Convention in Chicago because it would leak important information to their political contenders.
Republican National Convention; Newspaper publishing--Political aspects; Presidential candidates; Campaign management--U.S. states
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