At last night’s iHeartRadio Music Awards, Justin Timberlake accepted the Innovator Award with words from Theodore Roosevelt.
William Loeb Jr. was the eldest son born to German émigrés in Albany, New York, on October 9, 1866.
Last week the TR Trail heated up for me, literally and figuratively, as I traveled to New York City to seek out more Roosevelt items for the digital library.
Cambri Spear, Progressive era researcher and recent Utah State University graduate, completes her examination of Theodore Roosevelt and Stephen Crane's friendship.
Cambri Spear, a recent graduate of Utah State University, researched her Honors thesis at the New York Public Library and Columbia University. In the first of a two part blog series, she examines the relationship between Theodore Roosevelt and Stephen Crane.
My new favorite coffee table book is PUCK: What Fools These Mortals Be! by Michael Alexander Kahn and Richard Samuel West. The book celebrates America’s first and most influential magazine of color political cartoons.
Theodore Roosevelt reflects on his work in a letter to Anna Roosevelt Cowles.