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Letter from Leslie M. Shaw to Theodore Roosevelt

Shaw, Leslie M. (Leslie Mortier), 1848-1932
Leslie M. Shaw encloses some remarks for Theodore Roosevelt to use at College Point. Shaw has tried to avoid "subdued sarcasm" in these remarks. Shaw says, "If I have used a rapier it has been to avoid the use of a mace."
Speeches, addresses, etc., New York (State)--New York--College Point
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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