Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Mr. Godey
Writing from Dresden, Theodore Roosevelt informs Godey that he has not written sooner because he does not have much to write about and describes life in Dresden as monotonous. He comments on Godey's letter about mountain climbing and also discusses his living conditions. Roosevelt also mentions an incident when he forgot his keys and had to go two days without a change of clothing.
Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Mr. Godey.
Theodore Roosevelt Collection.
MS Am 1540 (358).
Harvard College Library.
Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library. Dickinson State University.
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Youth (October 27, 1858-1881)
Harvard College Library
MS Am 1540 (358)