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Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Kermit Roosevelt

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
President Roosevelt writes to his son Kermit about his heavy workload. He says he can hardly find time to exercise and finds himself delegating a lot of duties, leaving time to develop his really big policies. Roosevelt also says he feels his Cabinet is just about ideal. He closes by mentioning a visit by Owen Wister.
Work-life balance, Exercise, Presidents--Staff, Wister, Owen, 1860-1938
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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