Pierre de Coubertin would like President Roosevelt to preside over the
1904 Olympic Games in Chicago. He also presents some of his books on education.
Olympic Games--Revival (1896-); Olympics; Hosting of sporting events; Books and reading; Illinois--Chicago
President Roosevelt will do everything he can for the Olympic Games and suggests that Baron Coubertin correspond with Caspar Whitney, America's "best authority in amateur sport."
Olympic Games; Olympic Games--Revival (1896-); International Olympic Games Association; Whitney, Caspar, 1862-1929
Baron Pierre de Coubertin has left a package for President
Roosevelt at the American embassy in Paris. Second Assistant
Secretary Adee forwards the package to William Loeb's
Olympic Games--Revival (1896-); Diplomatic gifts; Embassy buildings; France--Paris; Washington (D.C.); Missouri--Saint Louis; United States. Department of State; United States. White House Office; Coubertin, Pierre de, 1863-1937; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
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