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‎Theodore Roosevelt‎

‎Theodore Roosevelt an autobiography‎

‎Macmillan 1913. Hardcover. Good. Macmillan hardcover‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt An Autobiography‎

‎Philadelphia: D.N. Goodchild Mat The Press at Toad Hall--Publishers of High Quality Reprint Titles Since 1998 2005 ----NOTE: THIS IS NOT A FACSIMILE REPRINT. Our books are completely re-typeset and redesigned in a manner respectful of the original volume. We print on opaque cream-coloured 70lb offset text stock. Chapter initials are in colour. Any illustrations are digitally enhanced. Full-page photographic and/or engraved plates are tissue-guarded. Covers are bound in the half-calf manner with maroon vinyl book cloth. All books have a red-ribbon bookmark laminated jackets for cleanliness and durability plus royal-red inside covers and parchment end papers. Most books have either a new frontispiece illustration of the author a short biography or both. Cover and jacket designs are consistent across all titles; appropriate for a collectable library. All books are made in the U.S.A. 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall. Reprint. Hardcover. New/New. D.N. Goodchild Mat The Press at Toad Hall--Publishers of High Quality Reprint Titles Since 1998 hardcover‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt An Autobiography Dodo Press‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt‎

‎Theodore Roosevelt an Autobiography Leather Bound‎

‎No Marks or tears; 9 X 6 1/2. Theodore Roosevelt an Autobiography by Roosevelt Theodore. Published by Charles Scribner's sons in New york. 1925. 597 pages.Very Good unknown‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt‎

‎Theodore Roosevelt His Letters to His Children‎

‎Philadelphia: D.N. Goodchild at The Press at Toad Hall--Publishers of High-Quality Reprint Titles Since 1998 2005 NOTE: THIS IS NOT A FACSIMILE REPRINT. Our books are completely re-typeset and redesigned in a manner respectful of the original volume. We print on opaque cream-coloured 70lb offset text stock. Printing is in ink; NO laser printing or photocopies. Chapter initials are in colour. Any illustrations are digitally enhanced. Full-page photographic and/or engraved plates are tissue-guarded. Covers are bound in the half-calf manner with maroon vinyl book cloth. All books have a red-ribbon bookmarklaminated jackets for cleanliness and durability plus royal-red inside covers and parchment end papers. Most books have either a new frontispiece illustration of the author a short biography or both. Cover and jacket designs are consistent across all titles; appropriate for a collectable library. All books are made in the U.S.A.---- 175 pages. 8vo - over 7.75 - 9.75 inches tall. Reprint. Hardcover. New/New. D.N. Goodchild at The Press at Toad Hall--Publishers of High-Quality Reprint Titles Since 1998 hardcover‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt‎

‎Theodore Roosevelt : An Autobiography‎

‎Charles Scribner's Sons NY 1923. Hardcover. History; Biography; With Illustrations. In issuing this new Ed. of Theodore Roosevelt: An Autobiography the first with the imprint of the present publishers it has not been considered right to supplement it by any additional chapters written by another hand as stated by the publisher. This is one of two books which together will constitute the Life and Letters of Theodore Roosevelt as designed by himself. November 1991. Frontispiece from a painting by P. Laszlo. 597 pgs. Embossed Leatherette boards light corner bump otherwise very good and tight at the spine. Uncut leaves some yellowing and very light edge foxing otherwise Very Good. Charles Scribner's Sons, NY hardcover‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt‎

‎Theodore Roosevelt : An Autobiography‎

‎Charles Scribner's Sons NY 1924. Hardcover. History; Biography; With Illustrations. In issuing this new Ed. of Theodore Roosevelt: An Autobiography the first with the imprint of the present publishers it has not been considered right to supplement it by any additional chapters written by another hand as stated by the publisher. This is one of two books which together will constitute the Life and Letters of Theodore Roosevelt as designed by himself. November 1991. Frontispiece from a painting by P. Laszlo. 597 pgs. Embossed Leatherette boards light corner bump otherwise very good and tight at the spine. Uncut leaves some yellowing and very light edge foxing otherwise Very Good. Charles Scribner's Sons, NY hardcover‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt‎

‎Theodore Roosevelt : An Autobiography‎

‎Charles Scribner's Sons New York 1922-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo. Hardcover. No dust jacket as issued. Bound in brown cloth with intricately detailed blind stamping across boards. Roosevelts initials are embossed in center of front board in gilt. Title plate on spine with gilt lettering. Tight binding and solid boards. Minor shelf wear. Slight bumping to corners. Minor rubbing to spine boards. Clean unmarked pages. Steel plate photographic illustrations throughout. A superior copy of this remarkable historical autobiography. Ships daily. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York hardcover‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt‎

‎Theodore Roosevelt Accuses an Antiwar Congressman of Acting Against American Interests"I believe that the course you have followed as outlined in these two letters is thoroughly inimical to the honor the present needs and the permanent interests of the United States."‎

‎On April 6 1917 President Wilson asked Congress for a declaration of war against Germany. Roosevelt had long advocated American entry into the war and he was as fierce an advocate as the war had. The vote in Congress was 455 in favor to 56 against; one of the Republican to vote no and a leader of the dissenters was the populist and future U.S. Senator Ernest Lundeen of Minnesota who followed this vote with a no vote on the conscription bill. Wilson had asked Congress to declare war on Germany in April but he held off asking for such a declaration against Germany's allies. In December 1917 Congress declared war against Austria-Hungary; this time one socialist voted no and Lundeen paired himself no thus becoming one of just two war opponents in Congress. In the months after the U.S. declaration of war Lundeen engaged in a heated exchange almost a debate via correspondence with Roosevelt one that dealt with the pros and cons of American policy and Roosevelt's fierce advocacy of the war and Lundeen's continued reluctance to support it and as importantly delved into the meanings characteristics and limits of patriotism free speech and dissent in a democracy. Lundeen's last "no" vote infuriated Roosevelt who denounced him as Unamerican. In response Lundeed claimed that he had the Constitutional right to take the positions he did and act as he did. Roosevelt next drew an important line on free speech replying that his actions may have been Constitutional but they made him unfit for office. Typed Letter Signed Roosevelt Hospital New York February 28 1918 to Lundeen saying Lundeen's views are contrary to America's national interest. "Your letter of February 15th was received but I never received your letter of February 7th. Your letter of February 7th of course shows such a complete divergence between your views and mine as to what good and loyal Americans sensitive to the honor and interest of their country should do in this crisis that it is hopeless to expect any agreement between us. I believe that the course you have followed as outlined in these two letters is thoroughly inimical to the honor the present needs and the permanent interests of the United States." unknown‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt‎

‎Theodore Roosevelt An Autobiography‎

‎Springer 1985. softcover. New. pp. xvii 615 Springer paperback‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt Announces That He Has Been Named to Command the Rough Riders‎

‎He later tells the same friend that the famed unit is being mustered out In April of 1897 Roosevelt was appointed Assistant Secretary of the Navy as a reward for his tireless campaigning for the newly elected President William McKinley. He foresaw that war could develop with Spain and was proven right as when the U.S.S. Maine blew up in Havana harbor the Spanish were blamed. From that moment Roosevelt sprang into action transporting ammunition readying ships for action and moving to have Congress allow for enlisting unlimited sailors. He cabled Admiral Dewey to be ready if war were to break out and gave him his objectives. TR also made it known to the President and others that if war came he wanted to leave his post behind a desk in Washington and head for the front. On April 20 1898 the President gave an ultimatum requiring that the Spanish Government free Cuba in three days. On April 23 that ultimatum expired and the machinery was set in motion for an official declaration of war. Also on the 23rd Secretary of War Russell Alger told Roosevelt of a proposed special regiment to be formed for the war; it would he known as the Rough Riders. When the war was commenced he said TR would be given the opportunity to command that regiment. Roosevelt expressed great interest. Congress declared war on the 25th and that same day Roosevelt was officially offered the command of the Rough Riders which he accepted. The news of his appointment would not be known however until later. On the 26th TR set about planning to assemble train and lead the regiment which would be made up of an odd but effective assemblage of Western cowboys and frontiersmen and Eastern athletes and sons of prominent citizens. It was not until May 6 that Roosevelt's role became official and he resigned his post as Assistant Secretary of the Navy. William Tudor was from a Boston Brahmin family and he had made a fortune investing in mines. Well acquainted with Roosevelt with war imminent he wrote to TR in his capacity as Assistant Secretary of the Navy to see if he could use his influence to get a commission to serve in the military. This letter was written before the public realized TR was taking a field command. Typed Letter Signed on his Navy letterhead April 26 1898 to Tudor announcing that he is to command the Rough Riders. "I am awfully sorry I can't be of the least assistance to you. I am to be Lieutenant colonel of a regiment of mounted riflemen raised in the West and the companies will elect their own officers; so I am afraid I could not get you a commission. I am very sorry." The story does not end here however as though Tudor was not offered a commission his son Bill was permitted to enlist in the Rough Riders. Bill served with the unit in Cuba but was sent home in July because of illness. Hearing from his son that many of the men were ill Tudor wanted to contribute money to aid with their care. So when the Rough Riders returned from Cuba in August he wrote Roosevelt offering this help and sending a check. Typed Letter Signed Montauk N.Y. September 3 1898 to Tudor telling him that the sick Rough Riders were being adequately cared for and informing him that the unit was actually going to be leaving the service. "You are more than kind. Our Rough Riders are now alright and are being mustered out and I shall turn most of your check over to the Red Cross." The famed unit was mustered out less than two weeks later and it passed into history. Professional restoration to the tail end of the signature. unknown‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt Continues His Fight for a "Square Deal " Linking His Progressive Program to His Domestic Political Agenda As President‎

‎C harles A. Lindbergh Sr. was a 4-time Republican congressman from Minnesota who soon after taking office in 1909 became one of the leaders of the progressive Republicans in Congress. His activities as a member of this group included the attempt to unseat Joseph Cannon as Speaker of the House the investigation of the trusts opposition to the big banks and formation of the Federal Reserve Bank which he felt benefited only them. In 1912 he supported Theodore Roosevelt and the Progressive Party and helped TR carry the state. The Square Deal was Theodore Roosevelt's name for his domestic program as president. Its main idea was reducing inequality and it was formed upon three basic ideas: conservation of natural resources control of corporations and consumer protection. Thus it aimed at helping middle class citizens and involved his attacking "the representatives of predatory wealth" as guilty of "all forms of iniquity from the oppression of wage workers to defrauding the public." Although he kept the concept of the Square Deal during his 1912 Progressive Party presidential campaign he adopted the phrase New Nationalism to describe his program. Typed Letter Signed New York September 1 1914 to Representative Lindbergh father of the famous aviator of the same name endorsing him for reelection and praising him for his courageous progressive stands. In it TR explicitly reverts to his former phraseology linking his current Progressive program to the Square Deal. "Permit me personally to congratulate you upon your activities in the 63rd Congress. I have more particularly in mind the comprehensive grasp of currency needs you displayed and your efforts to obtain effectual banking and currency legislation. Your whole course has merited the support of all good citizens in your district regardless of party. You have been aggressively and effectively part of that group of citizens in your district regardless of party. You have been aggressively and effectively part of that group of representatives who have proved to be the only sanely constructive force at the Capital. You have stood against the secret closed caucus for open committee meetings and against gag rules. You voted for the Progressive Tariff Commission for real currency legislation and the genuinely effective measures dealing with the Trust Problem. All of these and others were offered in fulfillment of the covenants with the people embodied in the Progressive platform in 1912. You and those associated with you proposed a program of concrete measures for the advancement of social and industrial justice. You are deserving of no less credit because these measures were rejected. It is my earnest desire and my hope and belief that a service of the character vision and courage you have given will meet with the hearty popular endorsement at the polls which it so richly deserves. Trusting that you will be returned to continue your efforts for the common good in the 64th Congress and that this fight for a square deal so well begun shall suffer no interruption for the lack of men of your caliber and courage." This is a very uncommon instance of TR using his Square Deal battle cry in correspondence. Lindbergh was indeed reelected continuing his progressive voice in Congress for one last term. However as the years went by Lindbergh became a radical opposing U.S. involvement in World War I and being the moving force behind formation of the Minnesota Farmer-Labor Party. He also wrote three books: "Banking and Currency and the Money Trust" "Why Is Your Country At War" and "The Economic Pinch." harles A. Lindbergh Sr. was a 4-time Republican congressman from Minnesota who soon after taking office in 1909 became one of the leaders of the progressive Republicans in Congress. His activities as a member of this group included the attempt to unseat Joseph Cannon as Speaker of the House the investigation of the trusts opposition to the big banks and formation of the Federal Reserve Bank which he felt benefited only them. In 1912 he supported Theodore Roosevelt and the Progressive Party and helped TR carry the state. The Square Deal was Theodore Roosevelt's name for his domestic program as president. Its main idea was reducing inequality and it was formed upon three basic ideas: conservation of natural resources control of corporations and consumer protection. Thus it aimed at helping middle class citizens and involved his attacking "the representatives of predatory wealth" as guilty of "all forms of iniquity from the oppression of wage workers to defrauding the public." Although he kept the concept of the Square Deal during his 1912 Progressive Party presidential campaign he adopted the phrase New Nationalism to describe his program. Typed Letter Signed New York September 1 1914 to Representative Lindbergh father of the famous aviator of the same name endorsing him for reelection and praising him for his courageous progressive stands. In it TR explicitly reverts to his former phraseology linking his current Progressive program to the Square Deal. "Permit me personally to congratulate you upon your activities in the 63rd Congress. I have more particularly in mind the comprehensive grasp of currency needs you displayed and your efforts to obtain effectual banking and currency legislation. Your whole course has merited the support of all good citizens in your district regardless of party. You have been aggressively and effectively part of that group of citizens in your district regardless of party. You have been aggressively and effectively part of that group of representatives who have proved to be the only sanely constructive force at the Capital. You have stood against the secret closed caucus for open committee meetings and against gag rules. You voted for the Progressive Tariff Commission for real currency legislation and the genuinely effective measures dealing with the Trust Problem. All of these and others were offered in fulfillment of the covenants with the people embodied in the Progressive platform in 1912. You and those associated with you proposed a program of concrete measures for the advancement of social and industrial justice. You are deserving of no less credit because these measures were rejected. It is my earnest desire and my hope and belief that a service of the character vision and courage you have given will meet with the hearty popular endorsement at the polls which it so richly deserves. Trusting that you will be returned to continue your efforts for the common good in the 64th Congress and that this fight for a square deal so well begun shall suffer no interruption for the lack of men of your caliber and courage." This is a very uncommon instance of TR using his Square Deal battle cry in correspondence. Lindbergh was indeed reelected continuing his progressive voice in Congress for one last term. However as the years went by Lindbergh became a radical opposing U.S. involvement in World War I and being the moving force behind formation of the Minnesota Farmer-Labor Party. He also wrote three books: "Banking and Currency and the Money Trust" "Why Is Your Country At War" and "The Economic Pinch." unknown‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt Draws the Line Between the Constitution Free Speech and Patriotism"The clause of the Constitution...has reference of course only to holding you legally responsible for what you say in the House and of course has nothing to do with the opinions your constituents or others form from your speech...as to your fitness to continue in Congress."‎

‎On April 6 1917 President Wilson asked Congress for a declaration of war against Germany. Roosevelt had long advocated American entry into the war and he was as fierce an advocate as the war had. The vote in Congress was 455 in favor to 56 against; one of the Republican to vote no and a leader of the dissenters was the populist and future U.S. Senator Ernest Lundeen of Minnesota who followed this vote with a no vote on the conscription bill. Wilson had asked Congress to declare war on Germany in April but he held off asking for such a declaration against Germany's allies. In December 1917 Congress declared war against Austria-Hungary; this time one socialist voted no and Lundeen paired himself no thus becoming one of just two war opponents in Congress. In the months after the U.S. declaration of war Lundeen engaged in a heated exchange almost a debate via correspondence with Roosevelt one that dealt with the pros and cons of American policy and Roosevelt's fierce advocacy of the war and Lundeen's continued reluctance to support it and as importantly delved into the meanings characteristics and limits of patriotism free speech and dissent in a democracy. Lundeen's last "no" vote infuriated Roosevelt who denounced him as Unamerican. In response Lundeed claimed that he had the Constitutional right to take the positions he did and act as he did. Roosevelt next drew an important line on free speech replying that his actions may have been Constitutional but they made him unfit for office. Typed Letter Signed Roosevelt Hospital New York February 23 1918 to Lundeen. "No one questions your "Constitutional right" to send your speech of April 6th to every voter in your district; but when you send it you at once make it everyone's right to question you about it; and by sending it now you clearly give the impression that the sentiments therein expressed are your sentiments still. The clause of the Constitution that you quote has reference of course only to holding you legally responsible for what you say in the House and of course has nothing to do with the opinions your constituents or others form from your speech especially when you send them out as to your fitness to continue in Congress. You have now answered my question as to your voting against or being paired against the declaration of war with Austria. Under the circumstances I regret to say that I do not regard you as having lived up to the important part of my letter to you in which I set forth the line of conduct which all good patriots should follow hereafter. This was submitted to you and you approved it; but you have not lived up to it and therefore anything of excuse or justification for you which that letter contained I feel I must now withdraw." unknown‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt Invites His Young Cousin to What May Have Been a Fateful Meeting‎

‎Admiral Bradley Fiske was a naval innovator. During his long career he invented many electrical and mechanical devices with both Naval and civilian uses and wrote extensively on technical and professional issues. He was one of the earliest to understand the revolutionary possibilities of naval aviation. The idea of dropping a lightweight torpedo from aircraft was conceived and developed in the early 1910s by Fiske. He then worked out the mechanics of carrying and releasing an aerial torpedo from a bomber and defined tactics that included a night-time approach so that the target ship would be less able to defend itself. Fiske reported in 1915 that using this method enemy fleets could be attacked within their own harbors. He was scheduled to be retired in June 1916 but intended to continue active in the aviation field where he was acquainted with what was happening and practicably everyone of importance. Philip Roosevelt was a cousin to Theodore Roosevelt and being the same age as the President's children he accompanied them on trips and engaged with them in mutual enterprises business and otherwise. After his graduation from Harvard in 1912 he campaigned with his uncle and was present when TR was shot on October 14 of that year. He was very interested in aviation and was seeking employ in that field of endeavor. TR hoped to introduce the two men to see if there might be any chemistry. Autograph Letter Signed with initials on his Sagamore Hill letterhead Oyster Bay N.Y. January 12 1916 to Philip Roosevelt. "Dear Phil That's a very nice note of yours. I have asked Admiral Bradley Fiske to come over for lunch; if he accepts I'll get you to come out too. Your attached cousin T.R." Just a few months later a new semi-monthly journal entitled "Aviation and Aeronautical Engineering" began publishing in New York City today it remains in print as "Aviation Week & Space Technology. It was devoted to the theoretical technical and mechanical problems of aeronautics and Philip Roosevelt became its first military editor. It is tempting to conjecture that the lunch TR planned came off and that Fiske knew about the planned magazine and made the introduction that led to the position. As a military-aviation journalist Philip Roosevelt became as well versed on the subject of aerial warfare as anyone in the United States and immediately after Congress declared war in 1917 the Signal Corps brass called him to Washington to help plan America's aviation mobilization. He then entered the service and played a major role in organizing the Army Air Force. unknown‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt Is Shocked That Antiwar Congressman Ernest Lundeen Opposed the Declaration of War With Austria Hungary"Is it possble that you voted against or paired yourself against the declaration of war against Austria?...I fail to see how any good American could oppose it."‎

‎When World War I broke out in Europe in 1914 many Americans strongly supported the Allies and the foremost and outspoken among them was ex-President Theodore Roosevelt. TR blamed Germany for the war and its atrocities and openly advocated taking a harsh line against that nation. there was no universal American championship of the Allies cause and in fact many people leaned towards the German side. In fact in 1916 President Wilson ran for reelection on the slogan "He kept us out of war" and won. Then on April 6 1917 Wilson changed his stance and asked Congress for a declaration of war against Germany. The vote in Congress was 455 in favor to 56 against. One of the Republican to vote no and a leader of the dissenters was the populist and future U.S. Senator Ernest Lundeen of Minnesota who followed this vote with a no vote on the conscription bill. In the months after the U.S. declaration of war Lundeen engaged in a heated exchange almost a debate via correspondence with Roosevelt one that dealt with the pros and cons of American policy and Roosevelt's fierce advocacy of the war and Lundeen's continued reluctance to support it and as importantly delved into the meanings characteristics and limits of patriotism free speech and dissent in a democracy. Wilson may have asked Congress to declare war on Germany in April but he held off asking for such a declaration against Germany's allies. In December Comgress declared war against Austria-Hungary; this time one socialist voted no and Lundeen paired himself no thus becoming one of just two war opponents in Congress. This infuriated Roosevelt. Typed Letter Signed on his Metropolitan letterhead New York January 31 1918 to Lundeen. "The enclosed letter from Mr. Byron K. Cowles explains itself. Is it possble that you voted against or paired yourself against the declaration of war against Austria You clearly assented to my description of our duty for the future; your assert was valueless if you did not mean war with Austria Turkey and Bulgaria. This was an Administration measure for the efficient prosecution of the war. The Administration was to be blamed for not asking a declaration of war against Austria long previous to the date in question and it is now to be blamed for not asking a declaration of war against Turkey and Bulgaria. But its action in declaring war even tardily on Austria was eminently proper and I fail to see how any good American could oppose it. If you care to say anything to me I shall send your letter to Mr. Cowles if not I shall send him a copy of this one." This comes with a secretarially signed letter from TR to Lundeen February 5 1918 accusing Lundeed of Anti-Americanism. unknown‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt‎

‎Theodore Roosevelt Letters and Speeches‎

‎The Library of America 2004. hardcover. New. pp. 960 The Library of America hardcover‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt Signed Appointment For A Noted Signal Corpsman Who Served in Cuba the Philippines and in World War I‎

‎G eorge A. Wieczorek had a distinguished career in the Army's Signal Corps. He served in Cuba as part of the pacification force went on to the Philippines in 1901 and ended up as a Lt. Colonel in World War I where he was wounded in action. He was the author of "On the Signal Corps in Cuba" which was published in "Field Wireless Operations in Cuba." Document Signed as President on vellum with an engraved eagle at the top and military scene and flags below Washington December 26 1901 being Wieczorek's appointment as "Second Lieutenant of Infantry" and to rank as such "From the second day of February 1901." By the the time the appointment document was signed in December Wieczorek was already in the Philippines and acting in the capacity of an officer. An uncommom Signal Corps appointment signed just a few months after Roosevelt became President. It is countersigned by Secretary of War Elihu Root. hardcover‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt Signs a Color Image of His 1883 Ranch in North Dakota Where He Learned to Be a CowboyNo President is more associated with the West and the life of the American outdoorsman and cowboy than Theodore Roosevelt‎

‎ROOSEVELT FIRST CAME WEST TO NORTH DAKOTA IN 1883 TO HUNT BUFFALO. Here he had a cabin on the Maltese Cross also known as Chimney Butte Ranch which was located 7 miles south of Medora. He learned to ride western style rope and hunt. He had already begun his political career and was a New York State Assemblyman. In 1884 TR's wife and his mother died on the very same day which so devastated him personally that he left politics and headed back to the frontier where he remained for a few years. He rebuilt his life served as a deputy sheriff and hunted down outlaws. He also began writing about frontier life for Eastern magazines. This was a formative and legendary period of the young man's career. While Roosevelt was President tales of his Wild West past circulated and entered the public consciousness. His North Dakota cabin went on exhibit traveling to St. Louis and Portland. After the tour the cabin was moved to the state capitol grounds where it remained until 1959 when the National Park Service moved it back to the Badlands. In 1906 a postcard was created of the Cabin where TR lived and the design came from a painting by A. J. Rupert. Color postcard signed approximately 5.5 by 3.5 inches copyright 1906: "Roosevelt's Cabin on Ranch Near Medora North Dakota where he lived from 1883 to 1886." This is signed "Theodore Roosevelt." The original owner has written in pencil the date it was signed - "June 1 1916." This coincides with the Progressive Convention of the same year which met in June in Chicago. TR received the nomination but rejected it to support Republican Charles Evans Hughes. Possibly the owner had it signed in Chicago. We have never seen another such postcard signed nor did a search disclose any. unknown‎

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‎THEODORE ROOSEVELT‎

‎Theodore Roosevelt Signs A Limited First Edition Of African Game Trails‎

‎SB. 2 volumes. 1910. New York. A two volume limited first edition of African Game Trails: An Account of the African Wanderings of an American Hunter-Naturalist signed Theodore Roosevelt on the special limited edition page in just the first book; there were 500 books made and this is number 228. The book features fifty illustrations including photoengravers drawings photographs and a map. The works describe Roosevelt hunting adventures in Africa including shooting rhinoceros giraffes elephants and lions. The book is in its original three-quarter tan pigskin with buff paper boards and is uncut. There is light scattered foxing to the internal pages some wear to the leather spines and Volume One is rebacked with the spine laid down and Volume II has some expert restoration. hardcover‎

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‎THEODORE ROOSEVELT‎

‎Theodore Roosevelt Signs A Photograph While President‎

‎PS. 10 x 8. January 21 1909. No place. A photograph signed To Fred Emery with the regards of Theodore Roosevelt Jan 21st 1909 on the lower mat; this was signed when TR was President. The image was taken in 1907 by Clinedinst of Washington DC. It shows the President sitting at a desk staring into the camera; he holds papers in his hands and there are flowers on the desk. A note on the back says the Emery was from Providence Rhode Island. The writing is dark and the signature is large and bold. The photograph is matted in gray and framed in gold to an overall size of 14 x 11 . unknown‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt‎

‎Theodore Roosevelt The Rough Riders/An Autobiography‎

‎The Library of America 2004. hardcover. New. pp. 864 The Library of America hardcover‎

Bookseller reference : 6430873 ISBN : 1931082650 9781931082655

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‎THEODORE ROOSEVELT‎

‎Theodore Roosevelt Writes To His Future Secretary Of War Elihu Root About Founding The Federal Club Of New York: aI Think There Is Room For Such A Onea‎

‎ALS. 2pg. 4 x 6. March 27 1889. 689 Madison Avenue New York. An early autograph letter signed Theodore Roosevelt addressed to Roosevelts future Secretary of War and Secretary of State Elihu Root. Thirty-one year old Roosevelt wrote My dear Root I enclose one of the blanks at which your haughty soul revolted; but I hope you will sign it and send it back; if we manage it well I think quite a good club can be made out of the Federal; and I think there is room for such a one. Roosevelt refers to the Federal Club of New York a political group that supported Roosevelt early in his political career. He frequently spoke at the club and briefly helped run. It is penned on pages one and three of four page stationery and the pages have been separated. There is a brown toning area to the center of the first page. It is matted in blue and framed in gold with a portrait of the President in the center. Such early letters from Roosevelt are scarce especially letters mentioning the Federal Club. unknown‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt‎

‎Theodore Roosevelt''s Letters to His Children Edited By Joseph Bucklin Bishop‎

‎Charles Scribner''s Sons 1929-01-01. Hardcover. Acceptable. Charles Scribner''s Sons hardcover‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt‎

‎Theodore Roosevelt's Dairies of Boyhood and Youth‎

‎New York: Charles Scribner's and Sons 1928 FIRST EDITION 1928 very good condition Theodore Roosevelt's Diaries of boyhood and Youth. This very good edition includes facsimile sketches and letters by the author. It contains photographs. It starts with Roosevelt beginning at about 10 yrs old spending a summer in the country and then on a Steamship going to Europe. He writes with flare and innocence. The Book has dark green boards with gilt writing on front cover and black on spine. It is clean and tight pages are almost pristine. Charles Scribner's and Sons hardcover‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt‎

‎Theodore Roosevelt's Diaries of Boyhood and Youth‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt's Diaries of Boyhood and Youth‎

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‎THEODORE ROOSEVELT'S DIARIES OF BOYHOOD AND YOUTH‎

‎New York: Charles Scribner's Sons 1928. Hardcover. Very Good. 6 x 8 in. Green cloth boards with gilt titles. B&W illus some of his charming drawings. Condition is VERY GOOD ; corners and spine ends a bit worn covers clean rubbed with very small paper bit on front. Spine toned with titles unreadable. Binding tight and text unmarked with small gift message on ffep. Diaries. RGR. Charles Scribner's Sons hardcover‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt‎

‎Theodore Roosevelt's History of the United States: His Own Words Selected & Arranged by Daniel Ruddy‎

‎Harper. Used - Like New. Fine. Cloth D-j. 2010. Originally published at $27.99. Harper hardcover‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt's History of the United States: His Own Words Selected & Arranged by Daniel Ruddy‎

‎Harper. Used - Good. 2010. Hardcover. Good. No Dust Jacket. Harper hardcover‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt's Letters to His Children‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt's Letters to His Children‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt's Letters to His Children‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt's Letters to His Children‎

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‎Theodore Roosevelt's Letters to his Children‎

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