Theodore Roosevelt Jr. Has Received Jewish Books and is Reading Them With "the Greatest of Interest."

March 23, 1927

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Theodore Roosevelt Jr. Has Received Jewish Books and is Reading Them With "the Greatest of Interest."
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      Hertz has sent Theodore Roosevelt Jr. two books about Judaism - Rabbi Joseph H. Hertz’s A Book of Jewish Thoughts, and the most recent translation of the Bible published by the Jewish Publication Society – which, Roosevelt Jr. declares, he is reading with the greatest interest.


      Typed Letter Signed, 1 page, octavo, on his personal letterhead, 167 E. 74th St., New York City, New York, March 23, 1927. To Emanuel Hertz.
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      THEODORE ROOSEVELT
      OYSTER BAY, LONG ISLAND

      167 East 74th St.,
      New York City,
      March 23, 1927

      My dear Mr. Hertz:

      The books have come, and I am reading them with the greatest of interest.

      With kind regards,

      THEODORE ROOSEVELT

      Mr. Emanuel Hertz,
      149 Broadway,
      New York City.

      TR/meh