Commissioner Roosevelt will do everything he can for Mr.
Kinnaird if he shows up. He hopes Robert Harry Munro Ferguson has
received the Boone and Crockett Club book. Roosevelt still doesn't
have Ferguson's address and fears his letter will be returned. (A
note on the last page confirms that the letter was returned.)
Roosevelt closes with some thoughts on yacht racing.
Street addresses; Books and reading; Yacht racing; Boone and Crockett Club; Aberdeen and Temair, John Campbell Hamilton-Gordon, Marquess of, 1847-1934
Theodore Roosevelt thanks William Loeb for the letter and
razors. He asks Loeb to post three enclosed letters and requests
Philip Battell Stewart's address in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Thank-you notes; Letters; Street addresses; Stewart, Philip Battell, 1865-1957
F. B. McMullen is attempting to locate the current address of
George C. Treadwell, a member of Vice President Roosevelt's staff
during his time as Governor of New York.
Street addresses; Treadwell, George Curtis, 1872-
J. Henderson MacAulay moved to Queensland, Australia, around a
year ago and accepted a government position. MacAulay has made
enough to retire on. MacAulay asks if Joseph A. Ferris is still
living in Medora, North Dakota.
Employees--Appointment, qualifications, tenure, etc.; Street addresses; Queensland; North Dakota--Medora; Ferris, Joseph A.
Robert Brodie requests the address of a Captain Brodie, a member
of the Rough Riders. He hopes for a successful Roosevelt
Street addresses; Presidents--Succession; United States. Army. Volunteer Cavalry, 1st; Brodie, Alexander O. (Alexander Oswald), 1849-1918
Frederick Norton Goddard can be reached at 100 Bleeker
Winthrop Chanler has just returned from an unsuccessful trip to a game club. He did not send President Roosevelt's letter to William A. Baillie-Grohman as it had a geographically incorrect address and Baillie-Grohman should be addressed as Esquire and not Mr.
Letters; Etiquette; Street addresses; Austria--Tyrol; Switzerland; Baillie-Grohman, William A. (William Adolph), 1851-1921
Frederick Norton Goddard requests that all correspondence be sent to his business address as he received two letters from President Roosevelt late because they were sent to the Union League Club.
Postal service; Street addresses; Union League Club (New York, N.Y.)
Tallulah V. Lang has decided to provide her real name and address.
Street addresses; Anonyms and pseudonyms, American
George A. Strauss has been reading President Roosevelt's Hunting Trips of a
Ranchman and noticed a section describing soil near Roosevelt's ranch as being covered with "fossil
plants, shells, fishes, etc." Strauss collects fossils and requests contact information for someone living near the ranch who could collect some specimens for Strauss's collection which was recently destroyed by fire.
Fossils--Collection and preservation; Books and reading; Street addresses; North Dakota
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