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ROOSEVELT, THEODORE, President. Typed document signed ("T. Roosevelt") as President, Washington, D.C., 16 September 1902. 2 pages, folio, CONTRACTING FOR THE REDECORATION OF THE WHITE HOUSE, by a New York firm, Fisher & Co., to "furnish and place in position in the White House...stone and marble work" in accordance with plans...by McKim, Meade & White," with "models for all ornamental parts"; the list specifying mantles, hearths and other installations for the State Dining Room, President's Study, East Room, etc., for which work the firm will be paid, upon completion, $10,084.; ROOSEVELT. Autograph letter signed ("Theodore Roosevelt") as Governor of New York, to William M. Ivins, Oyster Bay, N.Y., 5 October 1898, 1 page, 4to, tipped to a larger sheet, minor marginal defects, thanking a supporter: "I thank you sincerely. I believe you could be of great aid to me..."; ROOSEVELT. Typed letter signed ("Theodore Roosevelt") as President, to Hugh Smith Thompson, Washington, D.C., 13 May 1902, 1 page, 4to, integral blank, on White House stationery, to a friend who he had served with on the Civil Service Commission (1889-1992), Roosevelt sends letters which "will give you an idea of how difficult it is to get at the facts concerning any public man..." (3)

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ROOSEVELT, THEODORE, President. Typed document signed ("T. Roosevelt") as President, Washington, D.C., 16 September 1902. 2 pages, folio, CONTRACTING FOR THE REDECORATION OF THE WHITE HOUSE, by a New York firm, Fisher & Co., to "furnish and place in position in the White House...stone and marble work" in accordance with plans...by McKim, Meade & White," with "models for all ornamental parts"; the list specifying mantles, hearths and other installations for the State Dining Room, President's Study, East Room, etc., for which work the firm will be paid, upon completion, $10,084.; ROOSEVELT. Autograph letter signed ("Theodore Roosevelt") as Governor of New York, to William M. Ivins, Oyster Bay, N.Y., 5 October 1898, 1 page, 4to, tipped to a larger sheet, minor marginal defects, thanking a supporter: "I thank you sincerely. I believe you could be of great aid to me..."; ROOSEVELT. Typed letter signed ("Theodore Roosevelt") as President, to Hugh Smith Thompson, Washington, D.C., 13 May 1902, 1 page, 4to, integral blank, on White House stationery, to a friend who he had served with on the Civil Service Commission (1889-1992), Roosevelt sends letters which "will give you an idea of how difficult it is to get at the facts concerning any public man..." (3)
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