From all of us to all of you, we here at the TR Center wish you the very best of the holiday season!
A letter President Roosevelt wrote to one of Archie's friends in 1902 describes the Christmas festivities at the White House that year, complete with surprise tree!
The need for a Stockmen’s association in Medora, North Dakota in the early 1880s was clear. There needed to be a central group who could decide and enforce range rules for the area. Not surprising, Theodore Roosevelt was one of its earliest leaders.
The author of Bully! The Life and Times of Theodore Roosevelt took some time to discuss political cartoon history, Theodore Roosevelt and the perfect storm they created.
A cataloger at Sagamore Hill shares her thoughts about working on the Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library.
On today at 3 p.m. MST, join Dickinson State University president Dr. D. C. Coston, humanities scholar Clay Jenkinson, and Theodore Roosevelt Center staff, either on campus or online, to mark the unveiling of the Center’s new website. The program will include highlights of a few of the historical documents in our collections and other features of the site.
As President of the United States, and perhaps the quintessential Progressive Era man of the world, Theodore Roosevelt corresponded with a wide range of acquaintances and received letters, not always in English, from across the globe.
Our new Learn About TR portal is a good place for those to start who are just finding Theodore Roosevelt and his story. It is home to our new articles database, themes, timelines and citation information.
Our Research portal is designed to help users dive right into the Digital Library and all it has to offer as well as provide information about our collections. It is also home to our extensive Theodore Roosevelt bibliography.