Theodore Roosevelt misses his family and wishes he could be with
them to mourn the death of Theodore Roosevelt, Sr. His busy
schedule has prevented him from feeling the loss as strongly as the
rest of the family. Roosevelt looks forward to spending ten days
with his family in April.
Bereavement; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1831-1878; Cowles, Anna Roosevelt, 1855-1931; Robinson, Corinne Roosevelt, 1861-1933
Theodore Roosevelt writes his fiancee Alice Hathaway Lee that he has sent a letter to his Uncle Jim informing him of their engagement and written to his family that he has something important to tell them. He expresses how happy he is and how he cannot wait to come to her home at Chestnut Hill openly.
Theodore Roosevelt informs his fiancee Alice Hathaway Lee that he must host a Porcellian Club supper and cannot dine with her next Saturday. The ring has come and he can't wait to put it on her finger and announce their engagement in a week. He expresses how much he loves her.
Betrothal; Rings; Love; Dinners and dining; Harvard University. Porcellian Club
Theodore Roosevelt writes his fiancee Alice Hathaway Lee to confirm dinner engagements, he chose Rose Saltonstall's (Alice's cousin) birthday present and had a hideous time at the dentist. He goes on to describe his love for Alice.
Love; Dinners and dining; Gifts; Saltonstall, Rose
Theodore Roosevelt writes his fiancee Alice Hathaway Lee that he is preparing to leave on his trip with his brother Elliot and expresses how much his family loves her. He asks her to write him often and expresses his deep love for her.
Love; Travel; Letters; Roosevelt, Elliott, 1860-1894
Theodore Roosevelt hopes his fiancee Alice Hathaway Lee isn't too tired and reminds her that after their wedding in a few weeks, she can do just as she pleases. He expresses his love and devotion and hopes he can be a good husband.
Love; Weddings; Husbands
Theodore Roosevelt expresses how much he misses his wife Alice and doesn't like going to bed without her. His sister Corinne Roosevelt came home "bluer than indigo."
Love; Spouses; Depression in women; Robinson, Corinne Roosevelt, 1861-1933
Theodore Roosevelt writes to his wife Alice how much he missed her as he was dressing and she was not there to tease him. Mother and his sisters were receiving but not many people called. He met Uncle Leverett today.
Spouses; Love; Friendly visiting; Uncles; Roosevelt, Martha Bulloch, 1835-1884; Robinson, Corinne Roosevelt, 1861-1933; Cowles, Anna Roosevelt, 1855-1931
Theodore Roosevelt writes his wife Alice to express how much he misses her. Frank Iselin has "failed" and his family will have to leave their house. He took Aunt Annie out in the dog-cart and dined with Philip Miller.
Spouses; Love; Bankruptcy; Entertaining; Iselin, Frank
Theodore Roosevelt expresses how much he misses his wife Alice and hopes to come for a visit next Sunday. Malcolm Whitmore is visiting and Roosevelt gives updates on various members of the family.
Spouses; Love; Entertaining
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