Not everything in our collections is a letter or a telegram or a picture. We have lots of different resource types from school homework to calling cards to, a personal favorite, menus.
An election year is upon us, as is the centennial celebration of the 1912 presidential elections, one of the most historic presidential races in American history.
Some wordplay on Roosevelt's name to catch a glimpse at an early 20th century pastime!
January 18, 1903 was a cold, clear night at the Marconi station at Wellfleet, Massachusetts when Guglielmo Marconi transmitted the first trans-Atlantic wireless radio message from Theodore Roosevelt to King Edward of Great Britain.
On January 11, 1908, President Roosevelt used the Antiquities Act to set aside over 800,000 acres of land in Arizona and declared the Grand Canyon a national monument.
In the 1904 election cycle, Lyman Abbott used the Outlook magazine to present a portrait of President Roosevelt.
Moxie was one of the companies who tried to harness Theodore Roosevelt's popularity to sell their products. However, they neglected to ask him before doing so.