This collection comprises one typed letter, signed, from Theodore Roosevelt to Lieutenant Kathryn C. Ditmars and a 4" x 6"
mounted portrait photograph of Roosevelt. On verso of photograph, in manuscript: "Theodore Roosevelt. September 1918" and
in a different hand, "This photo was presented to Judge Wm. G. Van Hare [when] he was appointed judge of the International
Court at Alexandria, Egypt, and this day presented to Kay Wolford by Aaron Du Bois." The letter expresses Roosevelt's regret
that he cannot provide an answer to a question posed by Ditmar, or be of help in an unstated matter.
Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th president of the United States. He was born in New York City in 1858 and died in 1919 at Sagamore
0.2 linear feet
(1 oversize folder)
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Collection open for research.