The clock and bag are just what Theodore Roosevelt wanted. He thanks his parents for the letters and birthday gifts. Roosevelt reflects on his love for his family and notes that he has "never spent an unhappy day."
Thank-you notes; Birthdays; Gifts; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1831-1878
Assemblyman Roosevelt was grateful for the sympathy expressed by
H. D. Minot on the death of Alice Lee Roosevelt. Presently,
Roosevelt cannot bear to see much of anyone but hopes that soon he
will see much of his old friend, Minot.
Death and burial of a person; Grief; Thank-you notes; Roosevelt, Alice Lee, 1861-1884
Theodore Roosevelt thanks Charles G. Cadwalader for his letter
and his invitation to view materials in his library.
Letters; Thank-you notes; Meetings
Theodore Roosevelt thanks Laura Henrietta d'Oremieulx Roosevelt for thinking of him. He is leaving for Europe tomorrow to marry Edith Kermit Carow.
Thank-you notes; Marriage; Roosevelt, Edith Kermit Carow, 1861-1948
Theodore Roosevelt thanks William Wingate Sewall and Wilmot Dow for the Christmas gifts sent to the Roosevelt family. He summarizes a recent Badlands hunting trip.
Thank-you notes; Gifts; Christmas; Hunting; Beef--Prices; North Dakota--Badlands; North Dakota--Elkhorn Ranch
Theodore Roosevelt thanks former President Hayes for his "kind"
Thank-you notes; Presidents--Correspondence
Theodore Roosevelt writes William Warland Clapp to thank him for supporting his work as Civil Service Commissioner. Roosevelt says that he may be a small part of Benjamin Harrison's administration but his policy must accepted as part of the administration's policy. He says some "mugwumps" are trying to separate his work from the administration.
Civil service reform; Presidents; Thank-you notes; Harrison, Benjamin, 1833-1901
Civil Service Commissioner Roosevelt writes to Boston Journal editor William Warland Clapp to thank him for his article in support of the fight in the House of Representatives over funding for the Commission. Roosevelt says the pretense behind denial of funding was a fraud and thankfully all the money was approved and received in one lump sum.
Civil service; Finance; Thank-you notes; United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations
Commissioner Roosevelt thanks William Wingate Sewall for the letter and gifts. He sends his greetings and wishes that they could go hunting.
Thank-you notes; Gifts; Hunting
Civil Service Commissioner Roosevelt congratulates editor of the Boston Journal William Warland Clapp upon his retirement. He says he has appreciated all the support his paper has shown the Republican party and civil service reform.
Retirement; American newspapers; Press and politics; Civil service reform; Thank-you notes; Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
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