The Theodore Roosevelt Center is dedicated to preserving the legacy of America’s 26th president. The Center has undertaken the monumental task of creating a presidential digital library that will serve as a repository for all Roosevelt-related documents, photographs, and ephemera, providing instant access via the internet in a well-organized, comprehensible manner. The Center also hosts an annual Theodore Roosevelt Symposium as well as special Roosevelt-related events, promotes Roosevelt scholarship, and offers student internships.
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Our goal here at the Theodore Roosevelt Center is to raise the profile of Theodore Roosevelt and to preserve his legacy through events, publications, and the creation of a comprehensive digital presidential library that is freely accessible worldwide via the internet.
The Theodore Roosevelt Center has formed partnerships with a number of national entities to obtain Roosevelt-related collections for its digital library.
The scope of the Theodore Roosevelt Center’s work requires policies designed to adhere to digital library standards, facilitate ease of use, clearly identify the origin of the materials and present the materials in an interesting manner.
The Theodore Roosevelt Center Advisory Board is comprised of a group of highly talented and dedicated scholars, historians, librarians and educators.
The Theodore Roosevelt Center staff includes professional historians, librarians, educators and administrators.
The Theodore Roosevelt staff welcomes your feedback. Please feel free to contact the staff with comments, questions, suggestions and opinions.