Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Henry Cabot Lodge and Nannie Davis Lodge
Theodore Roosevelt writes to Henry Cabot Lodge and his wife, Nannie, in pencil, because he is far out in the African wilderness. Roosevelt discusses Lodge's response to the tariff question and shares his own thoughts on the constitutional amendment about the income tax. Roosevelt agrees with William Loeb and Lodge on the mayoralty issue. On his trip, Roosevelt has gained a passion for William Shakespeare's plays, news that will be of interest to Nannie. Roosevelt shares the highlights of his big game hunting in Africa, as well as other books he has been reading.
Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Henry Cabot Lodge and Nannie Davis Lodge.
Henry Cabot Lodge papers.
Massachusetts Historical Society.
Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library. Dickinson State University.
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African Safari (March 1909-1910)
Kenya--Mount Kenya Region
Massachusetts Historical Society