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Letter from John Byrne to Theodore Roosevelt

Byrne, John, 1842-1905
John Byrne encloses a document about the gold standard and suggests that President Roosevelt could "pick out a sentence that will please the Gold Democrat" in order to gain more votes. The document is in accordance with the views of Thomas F. Woodlock.
Gold standard, Votes (People), Luncheons, Democratic Party (U.S.)
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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