University of Michigan Libraries
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American Antiquarian Society
This collection, which covers the period 1868 to 1917, contains photostatic copies and originals of correspondence and miscellaneous papers primarily representing Roosevelt's childhood and aspects of his political life. Included are photocopies of letters written (mainly when Roosevelt was ten to fifteen years old) to his parents and other family members. The letters contain descriptive details of his travels in Italy, France, and Egypt, his relationships with his sisters and brothers, references to family boxing scenes, scientific experiments, pets, humorous sketches of the Darwinian theory, and his domestic life in France. Later letters include comments on his Dakota ranch, the political scene in New York, and a description of a White House Christmas in 1906
University of Virginia
Collection includes 29 letters from Roosevelt and a typescript with corrections of his "Latitude and Longitude" in a slipcase
University of Virginia
Manuscript from Roosevelt, written while he was Commissioner of the U.S. Civil Service. It contains his recommendations regarding the holding of Civil Service examinations under the supervision of a Mr. Bunn "at which outside citizens of both parties are to be present." The examinations appear to have been for post office vacancies
University of Virginia
The papers contain correspondence; an autobiographical sketch; a congressional bill empowering the Governor of the Chickasaw nation to appoint a delegation of three citizens, 1907; a typewritten copy of "The Pigskin Library"; and a carbon copy of "Through the Brazilian hinterland," published under the title "Through the Brazilian Wilderness in 1914," together with letters of transmittal and twelve leaves of the original manuscript version
Ohio History Connection
Papers, 1914 and 1918, of Theodore Roosevelt including a copy of a speech supporting the Progressive Party delivered Sept. 29, 1914, at Memorial Hall, Columbus, Ohio
New York State Historical Documents
Collection provides a visual account of Roosevelt's life. It records family life, outdoor activities, home correspondence from the White House, election campaign posters, cartoons, and newspaper articles about him. Geographic areas include the United States, Europe, Egypt, Uganda, and Panama. Photographs were taken by Theodore Roosevelt, Underwood & Underwood, Brown Brothers, Rockwood, C.F. Gilbert, Irving Dutcher, Kay C. Lenskjold, Alex J. Rota, and Morton Yourow. Copy photographs by Edward Van Altena. Photographs are identified
New York State Historical Documents
Photocopy of personal letters from T.R. to Harold Webb of Huntington, 1907; program, photograph, and postcard of Roosevelt at Huntington's 250th Anniversary Celebration, 1903; memorial service program; clippings, articles, photographs of Theodore Roosevelt Bird Sanctuary; card from Mrs. Roosevelt; pamphlets, clippings, post card, brochure about Sagamore Hill; biographical pamphlets; copy of address by the Hon. Angello D. Roncallo at Sagamore Hill, 1927; photograph of T.R. in uniform, and other items