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Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt Primary Sources

Historical documents. What clues can you gather about Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt, the time, place, players, and culture?

Theodore Roosevelt Papers

The largest trove of T.R. papers is housed at the Library of Congress; some of the material has been digitized.

Theodore Roosevelt Collection at Houghton

A complement to the papers housed at the library of Congress, the Theodore Roosevelt Collection at Harvard Univerity's Houghton Library hosts the bulk of T.R.'s family manuscripts.

Theodore Roosevelt's Books

The bulk of T.R.'s books are now in the public domain. You can read them here.

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