Theodore Roosevelt's letters to his son Kermit are unexpectedly candid and offer clear insights into his character.
“It is rather a dangerous proceeding to assume that a man does not know how to pronounce his own name.”
The Battle of Santiago de Cuba spawned a controversy that lasted for years after the conclusion of the Spanish-American War.
Automobiles became quite popular among New York society during Theodore Roosevelt's lifetime. People even formed automobile clubs during his presidency, such as the relatively short-lived Motor-Car Touring Society.