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Letter from Frank Harper to Albert L. Shipley

Harper, Frank, 1882-1970
Frank Harper explains that Theodore Roosevelt has had to cancel the speaking engagements he committed to until after the upcoming Republican National Convention in Chicago. Roosevelt hopes to speak in every state after the convention. Harper suggests that in lieu of a speech, Roosevelt might write a letter. Shipley could send the points he wished Roosevelt to address or even draft a letter if this seemed useful.
Republican National Convention, Speeches, addresses, etc., American, Apologies, Thank-you notes, Letters, Congresses and conventions, Political campaigns, Illinois--Chicago, Tennessee--Jonesborough, Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
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