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DANIEL C. ROPER - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 04/22/1935 - HFSID 321448

DANIEL C. ROPER Secretary of Commerce expresses he delight in the building of new college dormitory Typed letter signed: "Daniel C. Roper" in black ink. 1 page, 7x9¼. Written on personal Secretary of Commerce letterhead. April 22, 1935. Washington, D.C. In full: "Dear Dr.

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DANIEL C. ROPER
Secretary of Commerce expresses he delight in the building of new college dormitory
Typed letter signed: "Daniel C. Roper" in black ink. 1 page, 7x9¼. Written on personal Secretary of Commerce letterhead. April 22, 1935. Washington, D.C. In full: "Dear Dr. Holt: I am very glad to learn from your telegram that the Public Works Administration has granted your petition and that you will now be able to have the new dormitory constructed. It has been a pleasure to be of any help I could in this connection and I hope that this program of expansion will greatly redound to the increase welfare and development of Rollins College. Very sincerely". Daniel C. Roper (1867-1943) was a South Carolina state legislator and committee staffer in both houses of the US Congress before becoming Assistant Postmaster General under President Wilson. He was chairman of Wilson's re-election campaign, and then Chairman of the US Tariff Commission (1917) and Commissioner of Internal Revenue (1917-1920). Out of office during the Republican 1920s, he became President Roosevelt's Secretary of Commerce (1933-1938) and US Ambassador to Canada (1939). Daniel C. Roper (1867-1943) was a South Carolina state legislator and committee staffer in both houses of the US Congress before becoming Assistant Postmaster General under President Wilson. He was chairman of Wilson's re-election campaign, and then Chairman of the US Tariff Commission (1917) and Commissioner of Internal Revenue (1917-1920). Out of office during the Republican 1920s, he became President Roosevelt's Secretary of Commerce (1933-1938) and US Ambassador to Canada (1939). Normal mailing folds. Corners rounded. Faint pencil notes in top left margin. Small stains throughout. Pencil notes on verso in unknown hand. Otherwise, fine condition.

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