Theodore Roosevelt has been anxiously expecting a letter from Alice Lee and Rose Saltonstall. He has been avoiding making any engagements for Saturday. Roosevelt would like Saltonstall to know that he enjoyed the pleasant Thanksgiving at her home. From the accounts he has heard, Lee's dress must have been a success at the New Bedford party.
Letters; Scheduling; Thanksgiving Day; Dresses; Saltonstall, Rose; Weld, Christopher Minot
Theodore Roosevelt looks forward to seeing H. D. Minot next Sunday. Roosevelt writes that he will come over in his cart so he can return on time for Sunday School.
Theodore Roosevelt will be splitting his time between Chestnut Hill and Harvard, where he will be finishing his examinations. He will meet the family at the train station on June 19.
Travel--Planning; Scheduling; College students--Examinations; Massachusetts--Chestnut Hill; Harvard College (1780- ); Roosevelt, Elliott, 1860-1894
Assemblyman Roosevelt writes to Doctor Nicoll to accept a
position which he has been offered. Roosevelt informs Nicoll that
he will soon be in New York and will call on him.
State governments--Officials and employees--Selection and appointment; Scheduling
Assemblyman Roosevelt encloses papers regarding Jesse Meyers for Lieutenant Young. Roosevelt also sends General Order no. 8 and writes that he will meet with Young on Friday to discuss it.
Scheduling; United States. Army; Meyers, Jesse
Theodore Roosevelt invites John Wallace Riddle to visit his home
in Oyster Bay, New York.
Entertaining; Travel; Scheduling; New York (State)--Oyster Bay
Commissioner Roosevelt inquires if General Wilson will be
visiting Washington, D.C., in the near future.
American Civil War (1861-1865); Meetings; Travel; Generals; Scheduling; Veterans
Commissioner Roosevelt discusses Seth's Brother's Wife
by Harold Frederic and how nice it is to see a novelist
realistically describe politics and government work. He ends by
asking William Dean Howells if he would be willing to meet
American literature--Political aspects; Scheduling
Commissioner Roosevelt has several dinner engagements for the
weekend and asks if Robert Harry Munro Ferguson will join him for
lunch on Saturday and Sunday. Roosevelt details plans for horseback
riding and a walk up Rock Creek if Ferguson is willing.
Dinners and dining; Entertaining; Scheduling; Horses; Hiking; Washington (D.C.)--Rock Creek Park; Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850-1924
Civil Service Commissioner Roosevelt accepts Professor Wayland's
invitation and makes plans to visit him in New Haven,
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