A humorous short story written by a young Theodore Roosevelt about a dinner party given by a field mouse.
Animals--Juvenile fiction; Short stories, American
A notebook with short stories, poetry and some riddles composed by Theodore Roosevelt, Corinne Roosevelt, and Elliott Roosevelt and their cousins, John Elliott and Matilda Moxley Elliot, during their time together in Dresden, Germany. The last two pages consist of French conjugations. The front and end pages consist of rough sketched maps.
Entries for July 20, 1873: Morning calls among the dogs, part 1 by T. Roosevelt; Mrs. Doolittle's adventures in Germany by J. Elliott: My Ghost by E. Roosevelt; Riddles by M. Elliott; and, Criticisms by C. Roosevelt.
Entries for September 7, 1873: The party, part 1 by J. Elliott; Nonsense Verses and Our journey to Samaden by E. Roosevelt; The night by C. Roosevelt; and, Morning calls among the dogs, part 2 by T. Roosevelt.
Entries for September 15, 1873: Adventures in Shopping? by T. Roosevelt; Just my luckby E. Roosevelt; The party, part 2 by J. Elliott; The broken ring by C. Roosevelt; and, Portrait of a quiet man by M. Elliott.
Short stories, American; American poetry; Riddles, American; Books and reading