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Request To Visit Top Cottage, With Reply
The picture which you have drawn of your dream house, shows me, and millions of other Americans, that you are,
Well what shall I say:
Not only an American, but,
Of our age. And besides you seem to be a human being. I wonder if I shall ever be so honored, as to have the right and priviledge of visiting you in your little old dream house without telephones?
I would make a trip accross [sic] the continent for the priveledge! [sic]...
|Title:||Request To Visit Top Cottage, With Reply|
|Creator:||W.M. Patch (author)|
|Date:||October 7, 1938|
|Source:||Franklin D. Roosevelt Library|
|Control no.:||President's Personal File 1-G|
|Keywords:||Accessibility; Architecture; Communication; Correspondence; New Deal; Physical Disability; Politics|
|Funding Support Provided By:||Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute|