Theodore Roosevelt Autograph Letter Signed – “When I Come Back From The West”


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26th President.  Autograph letter signed “Theodore Roosevelt”, October 8 [no year but circa 1888 based on the stationery], “Sagamore Hill, Syosset Station, L.I., Oyster Bay P.O.” stationery, sent to Cornelius Bliss, who would later serve as Secretary of the Interior under President McKinley, 1st and 3rd pages of four-page leaf, in full:

I have to leave on the 10th as I told you; if I can I am to speak at the Federal Club that evening before going.

When I come back from the west I wish to stop in and have a talk with you on various matters political.

In very good condition, loss at top edge affecting one word on second page, folds.