As the world stands ready to watch the start of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London later today, it is interesting to look at Theodore Roosevelt’s slight association with the modern version of the Games.
The form letter is hardly a new invention. Today one of our interns takes a look at the use of form letters by Theodore Roosevelt and his secretary.
An intern shares her insight in Roosevelt through his concern for his son and his fiance during World War I.
One of our interns looks at the similarities in the political discussion surrounding presidential election campaigns separated by 100 years.
Everywhere you go, you can find Theodore Roosevelt. A recent trip to Fargo led to new connections of the Roosevelt story for the Theodore Roosevelt Center.
In July 1886, a young Theodore Roosevelt gave his first major public speech in Dickinson, North Dakota, during the town's Independence Day celebrations.