||George Haven Putnam; Theodore Roosevelt; Douglas Robinson
|All Authors / Contributors:
G.P. Putnam's Sons.
||Unprocessed collection. Cataloged from accession record.
Correspondence illustrating the publication and investment relationship of Theodore Roosevelt with the G.P. Putnam's Sons publishing house. Among the items are four notes from Roosevelt to George Haven Putnam, discussing business affairs and Roosevelt's reasons for breaking off business with the company. Two other notes discuss Roosevelt's North Dakota cattle ranches. Other correspondence comes from Douglas Robinson, a New York real estate man and partner with Roosevelt in an investment venture with the Putnam firm. Robinson questions the timing and amount of his returns.