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Theodore Roosevelt Typed Letter Signed Begins His 1912 Presidential Campaign

Theodore Roosevelt Typed Letter Signed Begins His 1912 Presidential Campaign

Theodore Roosevelt Typed Letter Signed Begins His 1912 Presidential Campaign





Theodore Roosevelt Typed Letter Signed Begins His 1912 Presidential Campaign
  
Theodore Roosevelt Typed Letter Signed Begins His 1912 Presidential Campaign

Historically important typed letter signed by T. Roosevelt to his close friend the Reverend Basil Douglas Hall at the Union Theological Seminary. The letter is one page on The Outlook letterhead, measures 8 by 6.5, was created on February 27, 1912 in New York City, and is in the finest condition we have seen a Roosevelt letter.

HISTORICALLY IMPORTANT TYPED LETTER SIGNED BY THEODORE ROOSEVELT REGARDING HIS 1912 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN. Three days after officially announcing he would accept the Republican Party presidential nomination in 1912 if it was tendered to him, Roosevelt begins his campaign by canceling all speaking engagements he had previously planned: I wish it were possible for my friends to realize my position, not for my own sake, but because then they would understand just why it is that I cannot accept all the invitations that come to meI cannot undertake anything further of any king or sort now.

THREE DAYS AFTER OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCING HE WOULD ACCEPT THE REPUBLICAN PARTY PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATION IN 1912, ROOSEVELT BEGINS HIS CAMPAIGN BY CANCELING ALL SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS HE HAD PREVIOUSLY PLANNED AND EXPRESSES THAT HE WOULD LIKE TO AVOID MAKING ANY SPEECHES HE POSSIBLY CAN. In addition, Roosevelt adds that he would like to avoid making any speeches he possibly can and shows great appreciation towards the Christian seminary that Reverend Hall is associated with: From now on I wish to avoid making any speech that I possibly can avoid and greatly though I appreciate an invitation coming from such a body as the one your represent, it really is not possible for me to accept. I WISH IT WERE POSSIBLE FOR MY FRIENDS TO REALIZE MY POSITION, NOT FOR MY OWN SAKE, BUT BECAUSE THEN THEY WOULD UNDERSTAND JUST WHY IT IS THAT I CANNOT ACCEPT ALL THE INVITATIONS THAT COME TO ME. FROM NOW ON I WISH TO AVOID MAKING ANY SPEECH THAT I POSSIBLY CAN AVOID.

Correspondence letters from Roosevelt discussing his campaign for the Republican Party presidential nomination in 1912 are highly desirable and extremely rare. The item "Theodore Roosevelt Typed Letter Signed Begins His 1912 Presidential Campaign" is in sale since Wednesday, May 24, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Presidential". The seller is "grayautographs" and is located in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

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  • President: Theodore Roosevelt
  • Autograph Authentication: Gray Collections
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Signed by: Theodore Roosevelt


Theodore Roosevelt Typed Letter Signed Begins His 1912 Presidential Campaign
  
Theodore Roosevelt Typed Letter Signed Begins His 1912 Presidential Campaign