Theodore Roosevelt Cyclopedia

Theodore Roosevelt Cyclopedia

Theodore Roosevelt Cyclopedia

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The Theodore Roosevelt Cyclopedia is a comprehensive project to publish, in one collection, the significant sayings, important conversations and writings (less his letters) of the 26th President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt. Originally conceived by Dr. Albert Bushnell Hart, a history professor at Harvard University, a personal friend of Roosevelt and member of the Roosevelt Memorial Association, now known as the Theodore Roosevelt Association, Hart's goal was, in his words, to "present in alphabetical arrangement, extracts sufficiently numerous and comprehensive to display all the phases of Roosevelt's activities and opinions as expressed by him." A primitive on-line version of the original work is also maintained by the TRA. Online but quite primitive version of the Cyclopedia at the Theodore Roosevelt Association web site with no look-up features

History of the project

Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th US President, popularly known as "TR" and "Teddy" (although Roosevelt despised that name), died on January 6, 1919. Within a few days, the Roosevelt Memorial Association was founded by Roosevelt's friends and associates. The Association was formally chartered by special Act of Congress, May 31, 1920,Lead in the years 1919-1957 by Secretary and Director Hermann Hagedorn (1882–1964), poet, author, historian, friend and biographer of Roosevelt, the Association engaged in a wide spectrum of programs and...
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