The Theodore Roosevelt Center (TRC) at Dickinson State University (DSU) recently acquired a series of original letters exchanged between Theodore Roosevelt and a young admirer.
The Theodore Roosevelt Center (TR Center) at Dickinson State University is publishing online images from the Arizona Historical Society. Materials in this collection include correspondence from Gutzon Borglum regarding the creation of Mount Rushmore, letters examining national politics, as well as items relating to the history of the Rough Riders.
The Theodore Roosevelt Center (TR Center) at Dickinson State University is publishing online images from the Margaret Sanger Papers Project, a historical editing project sponsored by the Division of Libraries at New York University.
The Theodore Roosevelt Center (TR Center) at Dickinson State University is publishing online images of a collection from the Newberry Library. The collection includes letters from Theodore Roosevelt to cartoonist John McCutcheon, as well as letters from Edith Roosevelt to writer Octave Thanet.
Scholars from the around the world will discuss Theodore Roosevelt’s views and influence on World War I during the 9th Annual Theodore Roosevelt Symposium Sept. 25-27 at Dickinson State University (DSU) and in Medora.
The proposed Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library, a project facilitated by Dickinson State University (DSU) advanced Monday with a total of up to $8 million in new funding committed by the city of Dickinson.
On April 8, 2014, the Theodore Roosevelt Center at Dickinson State University will provide an interactive learning experience for students in grades 8-12. As part of the Presidential Primary Sources Project, the Theodore Roosevelt Center is one of five presidential sites offering live videoconferencing to classrooms around the country.
Dickinson State University (DSU) has hired Hilferty & Associates Inc. to assist in the planning process for the further development of the Theodore Roosevelt Center.
The Theodore Roosevelt Center at Dickinson State University has been awarded a $1,000 Special Project grant by the North Dakota Council on the Arts (NDCA). The grant monies will be used to record selections from a collection of sheet music belonging to Lt. Col. Gregory A. Wynn, United States Marine Corps.
Theodore Roosevelt’s time as a rancher, hunter and cowboy in the Dakota badlands had a profound and lasting effect on his life, and his legacy continues to shape the North Dakota experience. A new initiative by the Theodore Roosevelt Center highlights a dozen or so specific sites across the state, illuminating Roosevelt’s impact on North Dakota.