Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Henry Fairfield Osborn
Theodore Roosevelt believes that Carl Akeley should be satisfied with getting a bull elephant with tusks that weigh sixty pounds apiece while in Africa. Roosevelt is starting a study of concealing coloration and asks Henry Fairfield Osborn if the American Museum would be interested in publishing such a study. Roosevelt is disappointed that no one in the scientific community has questioned the absurdities in Abbott Handerson Thayer's book on the subject. Roosevelt adds that he would like to come to the Museum in a few days to see Osborn and Frank M. Chapman.
Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Henry Fairfield Osborn.
Theodore Roosevelt Papers.
Library of Congress Manuscript Division.
Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library. Dickinson State University.
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Progressive Party Candidate (1911-1912)
Library of Congress Manuscript Division
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