[Pamphlets on Theodore Roosevelt]. [1904-1958]

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[Pamphlets on Theodore Roosevelt]. [1904-1958]

A compilation of minor publications about Theodore Roosevelt, including memorial tributes.

16 items ; in box 22 x 27 x 13 cm.

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Lefevre, J. E.

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McDevitt, William

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