[Benjamin Ide] Wheeler
[Mar. 23, 1903]My dear Mr Wheeler:I sincerely thank you for your kind painstaking letters & telegrams I yield to none in admiration of our President, a great-hearted lover of his country - the people, the animals, trees & streams, the ground & the sky - an all round strong bold good man. To serve him every plan & interest of my own would of course be promptly pushed aside. But unfortunately I am now bound to others just when most I would rejoice to be09221
[1903 Mar 23]
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 14 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0324
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