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Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Daniel A. Poling

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
Due to some mistake, Theodore Roosevelt did not receive Daniel A. Poling's letter until Monday. Roosevelt would like to see Poling, although he probably will be of no use to him. Roosevelt asks that Poling lets him know when he is in the neighborhood again.
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Theodore Roosevelt Center
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