Oyster Bay: 1901. 8" x 10". 2 pages. Near Fine. Letter typed on two sheets with file holes at top margins, some light soil, otherwise fine.
Letters from Theodore Roosevelt as Vice-President are rarely seen, as he only served in that office for about six months before succeeding to the Presidency upon the assassination of President William McKinley. This letter is on two separate sheets, the first of which is printed at the top "The Vice-President's Chamber / Washington, D.C." Dated Oyster Bay, NY, June 10th, 1901, Vice-President Roosevelt here asks Assistant Secretary of War William Cary Sanger to meet with young college men and others that were visiting Washington, with the aim of acquainting them with politics as a help to "the sane and healthy forces for reform..."