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On the eve of his inauguration as Governor of New York, Theodore Roosevelt declares, "I think I am proudest of having been Colonel of the
T.R. and the
: A Plea for the Heroes. Including Theodore Roosevelt's report to General Shafter urging the withdrawal of the
and his report to the Secretary of War on the hardships and problems endured by the men
Theodore Roosevelt expresses pride in his Confederate relatives, and relates that the
had more men whose fathers had served for the Confederacy than the Union
Theodore Roosevelt Announces That He Has Been Named to Command the
Typed Letter Signed as Vice-President by THEODORE ROOSEVELT, about the
ROOSEVELT, Theodore (1858-1919).
Postcard-sized photograph showing Roosevelt as 'Colonel of the
', clearly signed at the foot, a little worn but in good condition, no date [after 1898].
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