President Roosevelt encloses a letter initially sent to Edith Roosevelt. Roosevelt would like to help the man get his boy back and asks George B. Frease to look into the matter.
Missing children; Letters; Roosevelt, Edith Kermit Carow, 1861-1948
Otto Carmichael requests that a clipping regarding a "stolen child" be brought to the attention of President Roosevelt. The Cincinnati Commercial Tribune and Governor Nash have taken an interest in the case, and Carmichael hopes that Roosevelt can expedite the diplomatic process.
Kidnapping; Missing children; Ohio; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919; Nash, George Kilbon, 1842-1904
Otto Carmichael encloses a letter and clipping from the Commercial Tribune of Cincinnati, Ohio, for the president's attention in regard to a missing baby case.
Missing children; Kidnapping; Ohio
Secretary of State Hay encloses a memorandum that explains the case.
Memorandums; Kidnapping; Missing children
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