Theodore Roosevelt writes to
his sister Anna Roosevelt about financial matters. He is once again short of money and is again considering leaving Sagamore Hill. He and Edith have also been socializing quite a bit and had a long conversation about public schools.
Finance, Personal; Dinners and dining; Career development; Public schools; Roosevelt, Edith Kermit Carow, 1861-1948; Robinson, Douglas, 1855-1918
Theodore Roosevelt and Lady Colvile discuss their families and
the future career moves of their children as well as a theft
suffered by Lady Colvile's son.
Families; Explorers; Theft; Career development; Nicknames; Africa; Asia; Smithsonian Institution; Roosevelt, Kermit, 1889-1943; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1887-1944
Theodore Roosevelt writes to James Frazer about Frazer's request
that Roosevelt advise whether or not his son should pursue a career
in writing. Roosevelt can only recommend pursuing a literary career
if the person is so "bent upon doing so that he will go into it
anyhow without regard to what the effect is upon himself."
Writing; Publications; Career development
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