Theodore Roosevelt Jr. Tells Emanuel Hertz He Will Always Try to Justify His Good Opinion

January 14, 1932

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Theodore Roosevelt Jr. Tells Emanuel Hertz He Will Always Try to Justify His Good Opinion
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      Having lunched together and corresponded for some half dozen years, Roosevelt tells Hertz it will always be his earnest endeavor to justify his good opinion.


      Typed Letter Signed, 1 page, on his personal letterhead, Oyster Bay, Long Island, January 14, 1932. To Emanuel Hertz.
       

       
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      THEODORE ROOSEVELT
      OYSTER BAY, LONG ISLAND

      January 14, 1932

      Dear Dr. Hertz:
       
      Many thanks for your very nice letter, which I appreciate greatly.  It will always be my ernest [sic] endeavor to justify your good opinion.

      With kind regards,

      THEODORE ROOSEVELT


      Dr. Emanuel Hertz,
      149 Broadway
      New York, NY

      TR/meh