July 12, 2016
When I applied for the Theodore Roosevelt Center’s digital cataloging internship, I admittedly knew only a little about Theodore Roosevelt—either as a leader or a personality. In preparation, I did a good deal of research about this man I knew was a towering figure of American history. What I found was an enigma—a man who was many things to many people, but was always singularly himself.
March 28, 2016
I thrive on the encounter with primary sources. The TR Center looks forward to continuing to share the history and life of Theodore Roosevelt through new materials added to the digital library.
February 11, 2016
Butter is great in my opinion. It goes with about everything imaginable, even Theodore Roosevelt. While cataloging documents from the State Historical Society in North Dakota, I came across a picture of a butter sculpture depicting Theodore Roosevelt astride a horse. It captivated me and led to a slight obsession for a week or two.
February 04, 2016
Today’s writers turn on their computer and type a way. They can edit, add or delete, and get suggestions with the tap of a key. That has not always been the case and the Theodore Roosevelt Center in partnership with the New York Public Library have posted the digitized original manuscript of The Winning of the West by Theodore Roosevelt.
January 26, 2016
Theodore Roosevelt was a leader and seen as someone who truly cared for people, voters or not. The world has changed since a president could correspond with a 7 year old boy, but it brings a smile to my face thinking about that time.
January 14, 2016
My vision of Theodore Roosevelt will change as my time with the Theodore Roosevelt Center continues, but this first glimpse into this father and husband has already made me a fan.
May 27, 2015
After completing her bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences in January 2015, Inge became an intern at the Roosevelt Study Center in Middelburg. She combines the internship with her work as a Museum Educator at the Zeeuws Museum. She will continue her studies in Public Humanities at Brown University starting in September 2015.
April 01, 2015
As the Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library grows, we realize the need to add tools to make it more useful. Through input from users and from our own experience using the site, we are continually dreaming up new and better features. Today we are proud to announce the following additions:
January 20, 2015
Theodore Roosevelt never lived in Arizona. Of course, he passed through the state, appreciated its natural wonders, and basked in the sunshine as many people do. He didn’t call the state home, as he did North Dakota and New York. However, a treasure trove of TR related items resides in the Arizona Historical Society.
January 13, 2015
The start of a new year at the TR Center means that we get to release new items for publication on our website!