Letter from Otto Gresham to Theodore Roosevelt
Otto Gresham informs President Roosevelt that he has advised the Indianapolis financier Volney T. Malott to call on Roosevelt the next time he travels east. Gresham mentions that Volney declined Senator Albert Beveridge's offer to chair the Indiana State Finance committee and resigned from the executive committee of the American Bankers Association. Gresham adds that Volney is opposed to "asset currency" and holds Roosevelt and Treasury Secretary Leslie Shaw in high regard. He ends by assuring Roosevelt that "certain Democrats" have said that the people are with Roosevelt and that he will not be defeated in the election.
Letter from Otto Gresham to Theodore Roosevelt.
Theodore Roosevelt Papers.
Library of Congress Manuscript Division.
Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library. Dickinson State University.
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U.S. President - 1st Term (September 1901-February 1905)
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