1904 THEODORE ROOSEVELT, TLS, WHITE HOUSE STATIONERY

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Item Code: 846-259

Dated “Oyster Bay, N.Y. / September 5, 1904.”  Addressed to “Gen. Wilmon Blackmar / Commander-in Chief, G.A.R. / 95 Milk Street / Boston, Massachusetts.”  One page, 8.75” x 7. Exhibits fold-marks, very slight wrinkles, & slight browning round the margins. Else VG.

Text:

“My dear General Blackmar / Let me thank for your letter, and then congratulate you most heartily on the honor that has come to you and which you so richly deserve. / With best wishes, believe me. /Faithfully yours / [full ink signature] Theodore Roosevelt.”

A resident of Pennsylvania, Wilmon P. Blackmar received a Medal of Honor for leading an advance of West Virginia at Five forks during the closing battles of the Civil War. He advised numerous post-war governors and was the 1904-5 commander in chief of the Grand Army of the Republic.

A solid Theodore Roosevelt collectible, on White House stationery, written from his famous summer home at Oyster Bay.  [jp]

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