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Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to John Lawrence Sullivan

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
Theodore Roosevelt cannot introduce John Lawrence Sullivan at the meeting, as it would mean having to do the same for countless others. Roosevelt encloses a letter and enjoyed having Sullivan visit the other day.
Meetings, Friendly visiting, Letters
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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