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Letter from Nicholas Murray Butler to President Roosevelt

Author:
Butler, Nicholas Murray, 1862-1947
Date:
1905-06-15
Description:
Nicholas Murray Butler is giving President Roosevelt the schedule of his upcoming trip along with the address where he can be reached. He wants Roosevelt to know that he will be meeting with the Emperor at Wilhelmshohe in August to discuss the interchange of professors and educational subjects. Butler is also congratulating Roosevelt on his role in the Japan-Russian matter.
Subject:
Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905), Commencement ceremonies, Educational exchanges, Street addresses, Confidential communications, Ocean liners, Ocean travel, Letter services, Letter writing, Letters, Mail receiving and forwarding services, Triumph, Praise, Interest, Opportunity, Matter, International relations--Information services, Conversation, Satisfaction, England--City of London, Germany, Columbia University, William II, German Emperor, 1859-1941, Sternburg, Hermann Speck von, Freiherr, 1852-1908
Partner:
Theodore Roosevelt Center
Rights:
These images are presented through a cooperative effort between the Library of Congress and Dickinson State University. No known restrictions on publication.
Source:
http://www.theodorerooseveltcenter.org/Research/Digital-Library/Record?libID=o49560
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