An Autobiography. 1913.
This dynamic autobiography allows us into the life that formed one of the greatest and outspoken Presidents in American history.
History as Literature. 1913.
These engaging and thought-provoking essays cover such topics as modern art, the pursuit of scholarship, science and history, and the poetry of Dante.
A Book-Lovers Holidays in the Open. 1916.
These impassioned essays encourage the average man to cross the line of comfortable and traditional travel to discover the vitality of outdoor life.
The Strenuous Life. 1900.
This small but concentrated book is a collection of Roosevelts published commentaries and public addresses on what is necessary for a vital and healthy political, social and individual life.
A sketch of the citys social, political, and commercial progress from the first Dutch settlement to recent times.