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Letter from Marcus Braun to William Loeb

Braun, Marcus, 1865-1921
Marcus Braun expresses disappointment that President Roosevelt will not record his voice for the gramophone archive of Berlin and addresses other issues in William Loeb's letter. Braun also informs Loeb of the various Republican Leagues he has formed in order to organize voters for the upcoming election. Braun recommends that Loeb organize the foreign press bureau and suggests hiring Max Stern to ensure as many voters as possible turn out for Roosevelt.
Political campaigns, Clubs, Hungarian Americans, Slovenian Americans, Austrian Americans, German Americans, Voting, United States, Europe, New York (State)--Oyster Bay, Germany--Berlin, Cortelyou, George B. (George Bruce), 1862-1940, Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919, Fox, Alfred J., Herrings, Joseph
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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