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darvard College Library
Dec. 11, 1917.

Gift of
E. , Carter.
of Brookline

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There is no copyright on this work, as President Roosevelt considers that his Messages and Speeches delivered while President have been dedicated to and are the property of the public.

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From Stereograph, copyright 1902, by Underwood & Underwood, New York. “THE NEED IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LIFE IS COMMON SENSE, HONESTY, DECENCY, COURAGE.” PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, WILLIMANTIC, CONN.

( See Vol. I, page 61.)

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From Stereograph, copyright 1903, by Underwood & Underwood, New York. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT SPEAKING TO THE CITIZENS OF THE GREAT WEST – KEOKUK, IOWA.

(See Vol. I, page 300.)

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From Stereograph, copyright 1905, by Underwood & Underwood, New York.
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TALKING TO THE ENGINEER AND FIREMAN AT
EMERY GAP, NEW MEXICO.

(See Vol. I, page 140.

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From Stereograph, copyright 1902, by Underwood & Underwood, New York. ?GOOD GOVERNMENT IS PRACTICALLY APPLYING THE PRINCIPLES WHICH MAKE A MAN A GOOD CITIZEN” – PRESIDENT

ROOSEVELT, WATERVILLE, ME.

( See Vol. I, page 94.)

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