We bring you another volunteer spotlight to show you what our volunteers bring to our digital library project. Today's spotlight falls on Kay from North Dakota.
Edmund Morris’s third and final installment in his biographical series on Theodore Roosevelt hits bookstores everywhere today.
Continuing to highlight our volunteers and what they bring to our digital library project, we bring you our second volunteer, John from Alabama.
On this date in 1897, Quentin Roosevelt was born. The last child of Theodore and Edith, Quentin was considered his father’s favorite.
Theodore Roosevelt wrote letters to his children during his absences from them, often illustrated with pencil drawings and sketches. Selected letters were collected and published in 1919 as Theodore Roosevelt’s Letters to His Children.
We are beginning a new series here on the Theodore Roosevelt Center Blog to highlight our volunteers and what they bring to our digital library project. Our first volunteer is CJ from El Paso, Texas.
On November 5, 1912, Theodore Roosevelt was defeated by Woodrow Wilson for the office of president of the United States. It was a defeat that hurt Roosevelt terribly, both personally and as a national figure. Roosevelt understood the Progressive Party, or Bull Moose Party, had brought issues to the attention of the people that needed to be there, whether he won the election or not. However, Roosevelt was at a loss at what to do with himself after the defeat.
Election Tuesday is the culmination of often a year or more of campaigning for todayâ€™s politicians. During Theodore Rooseveltâ€™s career, lengthy campaigning wasnâ€™t the standard.