Sagamore Hill: 1941. unbound. 2 pages, 12mo, each measuring 3.75 x 5 inches, Sagamore Hill, March 3, 1941. Written to Mrs. Frederic Coudert, sending thanks and good wishes, in part: "When I opened your package I felt that there was just one person in the world who knew him all those years. I wish I could have seen you to say this, the reason for the flowers. Have you seen the article by Charles Morgan in the current Atlantic? His knowledge of France being what I have felt." Boldly signed; near fine condition.
Second wife of Theodore Roosevelt; served as First Lady of the United States during his Presidency (1901 - 1909).