Richard Zacks’ new book, Island of Vice: Theodore Roosevelt’s Doomed Quest to Clean Up Sin-Loving New York, takes a closer look at Theodore Roosevelt’s time as a police commissioner of New York City.
On February 27, 1914, Theodore Roosevelt started his exploration of the River of Doubt, a last chance to be a boy that almost killed him.
Theodore Roosevelt set out from New York on what would develop into the Roosevelt-Rondon Scientific Expedition on October 4, 1913, aboard the SS Vandyck, a ship with its own story.
On February 22, 1909, one of Theodore Roosevelt’s last days as President of the United States, he journeyed out to Hampton Roads, Virginia to welcome back a fleet of battleships he had ordered on an around the world cruise in December 1907.
As this is an election year, these two documents are quite interesting. These are the expense reports for Theodore Roosevelt's New York State Assembly campaigns in 1882 and 1883. See how they compare to today!
On February 14, 1903, President Roosevelt signed into existence a new Cabinet level department with a name he wasn't entirely on board with.
See the rest of a recent visitor's reflections as we complete this two-part series on Theodore Roosevelt Island.
The first of a two part reflection on a recent visit to Theodore Roosevelt Island in Washington, DC.
Theodore Roosevelt's relationship with football is one of the many interesting chapters in his famously strenuous life.
Theodore Roosevelt has an opinion on everything including the enduringly popular Miss Jane Austen