Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content Correspondence, 1910s-1930s, including a thank-you note from Theodore Roosevelt, 29 July 1918; scrapbooks of DeVille, 1910s-1930s; and printed material including The Good Samaritan, (April 1924), a monthly publication of the Judge Gary - Bishop Alerding Settlement House, and DeVille's Back from Belgium: A Secret History of Three Years within the German Lines (1919).
Scope and Content Manuscripts of works by Zahm, including his South American trilogy and Women in Science; publications by Zahm; correspondence, bills, and receipts concerning purchases of Italian books and art, 1901-1906; personal correspondence, lectures, drafts of essays, pamphlets, postcards, a bibliography on women, articles on Zahm published after his death; tintypes and albumen and silver gelatin photographs, with images of South America, including pictures of Zahm and Theodore Roosevelt, with whom he...
Scope and Content Correspondence, 1908-1960; sermons, lectures and editorials by O'Hara; clippings about him; notes taken by him; class records, 1917-1931; excerpts from the diary of his sister Elizabeth O'Hara, 1940-1951; correspondence, press releases, and clippings concerning his role as military delegate of the armed forces of the United States, 1940-1945; photographs, pamphlets, and medals. Also microfilm of clippings concerning Theodore Roosevelt's trip to South America with John A. Zahm, CSC,...
Identifier: EPH 5050
Scope and Contents One simple racing board game for two or four players manufactured by Parker Brothers, Salem, Massachusetts as a part of its ‘Adventure Series.’ The game’s box lid depicts Teddy Roosevelt leading the Rough Riders during the Spanish-American War in Cuba. The game board within is designed to represent the battlefield at San Juan Hill and is marked with ten possible routes from ‘camp’ to ‘victory.’ Players spin to advance wooden pawns along chosen routes. The first player to reach ‘victory’ wins...