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Letter from Clara Hay to Theodore Roosevelt

Hay, Clara Louise, 1849-1914
Clara Hay wrote to President Roosevelt that she would notify her husband, John Hay, of the President's desire to speak with him when Hay arrived at their home. However, since Hay's train generally runs late, he may not come to the White House in time to speak with the President before Roosevelt went out for dinner.
Presidents--Staff, Washington (D.C.), United States. Department of State, Hay, John, 1838-1905
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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