Few Americans have had the opportunity to walk in Rooseveltâ€™s footsteps in the last 50 years of the Cuban Revolution but recently, a group from the TRA did!
Holding any public office isn't easy and one man turned to the president in 1902 and asked how to begin a life of politics.
Long before he considered a career in politics, Theodore Roosevelt thought he would be a naturalist.
Roosevelt and race is never an easy topic to explore but this letter gives us some insight into how he saw himself and his party in that debate.
President Roosevelt’s love of physical activity was on display throughout his life. Many manifestations of this are well known; boxing at Harvard, ranching in Dakota Territory, hunting in Africa; but he was also willing to look outside of traditional American recreation. In 1902, Roosevelt turned his gaze to the Orient and briefly became a practitioner of the Japanese martial art of jiu-jitsu.
A subject tag, Families, leads to a lot of letters which give an interesting perspective on how highly Theodore Roosevelt prized a large family.