This post explores the connection between Theodore Roosevelt and a man named Quan Yick Nam, a well-known Chinese investigator and translator who helped the NYPD bring down countless criminals in Chinatown
National Park Vagabond Valerie Naylor recently returned from a trip to Muir Woods National Monument and Golden Gate National Recreation Area in search of items related to Roosevelt.
Our Outreach Coordinator Karen revisits Theodore Roosevelt's address to the American Historical Association in 1912 in preparation for this year's AHA conference.
Get a glimpse into Theodore Roosevelt's life as a father, from dancing narwhals to solo-parenting while his wife was away.
Sometimes our curiosity sends us down the research rabbit hole, like this story about tramp millionaire George W. Eccleston.
Read about an excursion with the Roosevelt children and friends to a magic show by famed magician Harry Kellar, and find out if Ethel got back her jewelry after a sleight of hand trick.
Exploring what the Library of Congress's big digitization project means for our work in the Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library. Spoiler alert: there's pie and hyperlinks.
Political cartoonist Clifford K. Berryman was not only one of the most influential political cartoonists of his time, but he was also the creator of the teddy bear figure often associated with Roosevelt.
In 1906, a woman named Lulu B. Grover poisoned herself and left her estate, and cat, to President Roosevelt.
Journey with President Theodore Roosevelt to see how he developed themes for policy speeches in shorter remarks given in small towns – usually from the back of his train at the railroad station.