Malcolm Storer, the curator of Harvard University Library's collection of medals, is interested in acquiring medals featuring Harvard alumni. So far, Storer has collected approximately fifty. Many medals will likely be made in President Roosevelt's honor and Storer requests to be sent copies if possible. The only Roosevelt medal currently housed in the collection is "an inferior campaign one."
Medals--Collectors and collecting; Coins; Medals; Libraries--Special collections; Harvard University. Library
William Coolidge Lane writes on behalf of the Library Committee of the Harvard Union and asks President Roosevelt if he would be willing to donate his literary works with personal autographs. Roosevelt's writings are in high demand but the Library Committee only possesses a few copies.
Books and reading; Harvard University. Library
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