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Franklin D. Roosevelt: Letter to a Policeman Injured while Safeguarding the President.
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127 - Letter to a Policeman Injured while Safeguarding the President.
September 14, 1936
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My dear Mr. Mangum:

I have learned with very great regret that you were injured Sunday evening while safeguarding my return to the White House.

I cannot resist the impulse to assure you of my sincere appreciation of your effort in my behalf. I do hope that your injuries are not serious and that you will have a speedy recovery.

Very sincerely yours,

Mr. Percy G. Mangum,
Washington, D. C.



Citation: Franklin D. Roosevelt: "Letter to a Policeman Injured while Safeguarding the President.," September 14, 1936. Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project. http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/?pid=15126.
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