Our next volunteer spotlight is an interview with Polina Vynogradova from Middelburg, the Netherlands. Polina comes from Ukraine and is currently a student at the University College Roosevelt.
Last week the TR Digital Library published a historic letter from Booker T. Washington to Theodore Roosevelt.
This Friday you are invited to take part in a special event during the Theodore Roosevelt Symposium. North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem will be the presiding judge as history puts Theodore Roosevelt on Trial.
Next week the Tenth Annual Theodore Roosevelt Symposium will get underway on the campus of Dickinson State University and in Killdeer. This year the symposium will examine TR’s relationship to the law. To mark the occasion, we take a look at a letter that Roosevelt wrote his friend, Patty Selmes, while he was police commissioner of New York City in 1896.
In March of this year, Mount Rushmore began a year of celebration marking its 90 years of history. Artist Gutzon Borglum had his work cut out for him in creating a truly monumental piece of art. One of the most interesting letters in the Arizona Historical Society collection is written by Borglum to Eleanor Roosevelt.