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- Secretary Shaw explains why President Roosevelt cannot decide where the Hall of Records should be built. The location for the building is part of the legislative bill and the bill must be vetoed to change the location. The building can be built where Congress directed or not built.
- Public buildings--Design and construction--Law and legislation, Public buildings--Location, Executive-legislative relations, Bills, Legislative, Veto, Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
- Theodore Roosevelt Center
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Letter from Leslie M. Shaw to Daniel Hudson Burnham
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