A postcard addressed to Miss Carrie E. Rand, Oldtown, Maine, Sep 12 1905 from the papers of Carrie Rand Dolloff, a Maine teacher born in 1881. The text of the postcard includes the phrases, "The Portsmouth Drama, Pax Domini Vobiscum, The Czar, Theodore Roosevelt, The Mikado, Witte, Rosen, Mayflower, Komura, Takahira, Dolphin, U.S.S. Mayflower August 5, 1905, 'It is my earnest hope and prayer in the interest not only of these two great Powers, but of all mankind, that a just and lasting peace may speedily be concluded between them' Th. Roosevelt, Copyright 1905 by the Rotograph Co. N.Y., Delineated by Gustav Fuchs N.Y." One pillar is labeled St. Petersburg. The building at bottom center is labeled the Marine Arsenal, Portsmouth, N.H.
Requested credit line: Image courtesy of Special Collections, Raymond H.
Fogler Library, DigitalCommons@UMaine,
MS 856 sc, Carrie R. Dolloff papers
postcards, political leaders, Theodore Roosevelt, peace negotiations, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Portsmouth Navy Yard, Maine