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Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
File — Folder 1: 
Identifier: MSS SC 2373
Scope and Contents Typewritten and signed letter dated 19 Nov. 1910 and addressed to Joseph E. Wilson, of the Ladies' Tailoring College in Salt Lake City, Utah. Harper sends President Roosevelt's thanks for the letter received from Wilson. Harper writes that the president was unable to answer Wilson personally due to the large amount of letters received by him.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 424
Scope and Contents Correspondence, articles and publications, newspaper clippings, paintings, and photographs. The collection relates to the history of aviation including ballooning, dirigibles, and air races. Also included are the correspondence and other records of Holden C. Richardson. These materials include certificates signed by presidents of the United States.
Collection — Folder 1: 
Identifier: Vault MSS 587
Scope and Contents Handwritten and typewritten correspondence. Three of the items were signed by Roosevelt. One is addressed to John Walker of Cosmopolitan magazine relating to an article on "the great problem of our generation" which Roosevelt submitted for publication. Another is to Maggie Bryant and dated March 20, 1899. At the bottom Roosevelt has written by hand, "Your brother was a most gallant soldier; he was killed beside me." A mimeographed letter is addressed to Roosevelt dated Sept. 16, 1907. It...
File — Folder 1: 
Identifier: MSS SC 1178
Scope and Contents Photocopy of a handwritten letter. This item was written on March 4, 1910 at "The White Nile." Roosevelt expresses appreciation to Brutus J. Clay a minister for the United States who was leaving diplomatic service in Switzerland.