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Roosevelt, Edith Kermit Carow 1861-1948

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Works: 161 works in 198 publications in 1 language and 5,054 library holdings
Genres: Trials, litigation, etc  Photographs  Records and correspondence  Pictorial works  Personal narratives  History  Maps  Poetry 
Roles: Compiler
Classifications: PR4954, 821.89
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Most widely held works by Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt
Cleared for strange ports by Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt ( Book )
1 edition published in 1927 in English and held by 211 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
American backlogs; the story of Gertrude Tyler and her family, 1660-1860 by Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt ( Book )
4 editions published in 1928 in English and held by 134 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
American backlogs, the story of Gertrude Tyler and her family, 1660-1960 by Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt ( Book )
2 editions published in 1928 in English and held by 30 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Lucile by Edward Robert Bulwer Lytton Lytton ( Book )
1 edition published in 1890 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
In the archive room in the basement of the library
Roosevelt-Derby-Williams papers ( )
in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The papers consist of material from three generations of Roosevelt women--Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt, Ethel Roosevelt Derby, and Edith Roosevelt Derby Williams--and material of others that came into the possession of one or another of the women, including material of Theodore Roosevelt, Emily Tyler Carow, Quentin Roosevelt, Richard Derby, and others. The papers are chiefly letters, telegrams, and postcards, also include photographs, compositions, documents, and printed ephemera. The bulk of the correspondence is among mother, daughter, and granddaughter, with other letters to and from friends of the Roosevelt family, political figures, literary figures, and others, including Flora Whitney Miller, Robert Harry Munro Ferguson, Hector Munro-Ferguson, Archibald B. Roosevelt, Corinne Roosevelt Robinson, Anna Roosevelt Cowles, Bertha, Benkard Rose, and Olivia Cutting. The papers also include a sizeable amount of material concerning Quentin Roosevelt and his service and death in France in World War One, as well as other materials concerning family service both in the war and domestically
TR speaking in Panama, November 1906 ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1906 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
TR became the first President in office to visit a foreign country while on an inspection tour of the Panama Canal. On November 15, 1906, there are views of TR and Manuel Amador Guerrero, first President of Panama, and two unidentified men arriving and standing on a platform on the steps of the Cathedral in Panama City; medium shot of two women arriving at the ceremony, woman on the right may be Edith Roosevelt; long shot of President Amador Guerrero delivering welcoming address as dignitaries look on; TR then speaks
TR's return to New York, 1910 [1] ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1910 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
On June 18, 1910, Theodore Roosevelt returned to New York City after a fifteen-month tour abroad, having travelled through Africa and western Europe. An elaborate city celebration drawing a million people marked his homecoming. Aboard the ocean liner Kaiserin Auguste Victoria ex-President and Mrs. Roosevelt were met by a revenue cutter, the Manhattan, carrying the Roosevelt children. TR then went aboard a larger cutter, the Androscoggin, and officially became a guest of the city. After boating up the Hudson River along the New Jersey shore to West Fifty-Ninth St., the Androscoggin moved back along the Manhattan shore to Battery Park, followed by a water parade of almost one hundred vessels. TR was greeted by Mayor William J. Gaynor at the Park, where both briefly spoke to an assembled crowd, with notables seated on a flag-draped stand expanded for the occasion to hold 600 people. Battery ceremonies were followed by a parade up Broadway and Fifth Avenue to the Fifty-Ninth St. plaza, where it dispersed. In the parade TR, Mayor William J. Gaynor, and chairman of the city's welcoming committee, Cornelius Vanderbilt, together rode in an open carriage, preceded by TR's regiment of Rough Riders, First United States Volunteer Cavalry. Also in the parade were approximately 2000 other veterans of the Spanish-American War. On the film are views of the open harbor, with various vessels assembled for TR's visit, including the Kaiserin Auguste Victoria, the Androscoggin, and the Manhattan; TR alone on the lookout station of what appears to be the Androscoggin as it moves into port; street scene in which photographers scramble to get clear view of carriages as notables pass through street cordoned off with greenery; TR and Vanderbilt move toward Battery speakers platform, beside which is visible the stand erected for TR's family and dignitaries; TR and Mayor Gaynor, who steps forward to greet TR, ascend platform; men mill around base of platform; side view of TR speaking from written notes, with Gaynor behind him; scenes of crowds and tents in what appears to be Central Park south; parade moves toward camera and passes in front of decorated stands; TR, standing in carriage, pauses in front of stands; shots of mounted police, mounted band, carriages, marching band
Amy Schwartz Oppenheim papers by Amy Schwartz Oppenheim ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Collection consists of correspondence, diaries, notebooks, photographs, and printed matter documenting Oppenheim's family life and her interest in artistic, social, civic, and philanthropic affairs
by Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Account books, ledgers, diaries and other record books of Edith Kermit Roosevelt including White House dinner books listing guests at dinners in the White House, 1901-1909; an appoinment book used by both Edith and Theodore Roosevelt, 1909-1910; a visitors register for Sagamore Hill with signatures and a few illustrations by the family's personal gusets at their Oyster Bay home, 1887-1915; daily account books, check stubs and summaries of yearly expenses, 1889-1948; and a small note book with lists of books, addresses, recipes and other items. Also an autograph book of Emily Tyler Carow, Mrs. Roosevelt's sister, 1877
TR and Mrs. Roosevelt [at the Panama-California Exposition, 1915] ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1915 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
At the Panama-California Exposition, San Diego, California, on July 27, 1915, Theodore Roosevelt and Edith Roosevelt speak with officials on the steps of what is probably the United States Government Building. Close view of group smiling and talking
The River of Doubt [2] ( Visual )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
There are shots of Roosevelt's party on board the Vandyck; left to right are: Anthony Fiala, George K. Cherrie, an ornithologist, Father John A. Zahm, a friend of TR's, TR, Kermit Roosevelt, Frank Harper, TR's secretary, and Leo E. Miller, a mammalogist. TR and his wife, Edith Roosevelt, alight from a small steamer and are met by a uniformed official; location may be Rio de Janeiro. At what is probably the Rio de Janeiro harbor area, there are shots of TR walking, preceded by reporters; TR, with three unidentified men, waves from a carriage; TR is seated in a trolley car, the man next to him (closest to camera) may be Edwin V. Morgan, American Ambassador to Brazil; long shot of the Monroe Palace
by Osborne family ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Scott; typewritten extracts relating to Osborn and the Princeton Scientific Expedition to the West (1877) from "W.B. Scott: Materials for an Autobiography;" correspondence, 1883-1935, between Osborn and Sir Edward B. Poulton;? material on the Museum's Theodore Roosevelt Memorial (cornerstone laid 1931); papers concerning Osborn's retirement as President of AMNH in 1933; and papers relating to his membership in numerous societies and reception of honorary degrees, medals & decoration. In addition, there are a few letters from Howard Crosby Butler, Charles F. Dawes, Seth Low, John Muir, and Edith Roosevelt
[Bookplate of Edith Kermit Roosevelt] by Sidney Lawton Smith ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1906 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Two Greek muses, Terpsichore and Clio, flank a plinth; name appears on face of plinth; above the plinth at center is a coat of arms, featuring a argent field with three crossed swords, intertwined with a serpent, which forms a backward "S"; garland is draped over the muses and the coat of arms
Sallahīyah River by Great Britain ( )
1 edition published in 1918 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
by Anna Roosevelt Cowles ( Book )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Correspondence includes letters to/from Corinne (Roosevelt) Robinson; letters from Helen Rebecca (Roosevelt) Robinson, Edith Kermit (Carow) Roosevelt, Eleanor (Roosevelt) Roosevelt, and Elizabeth Norris (Emlen) Roosevelt; also from Elisabeth (Mills) Reid; condolences on the deaths of Theodore Roosevelt, Sr., Martha (Bulloch) Roosevelt, Alice Hathaway (Lee) Roosevelt, Elliott Roosevelt, and Theodore Roosevelt; also letters of Edith Kermit (Carow) Roosevelt to/from Emily Tyler Carow and Gertrude Elizabeth (Tyler) Carow
by Lucius B Swift ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This collection consists primarily of Swift's correspondence from the period 1885 - 1908 relating to his work with federal civil service reform, including correspondence relating to the work of the National Civil Service Reform League; Swift's publication of the Civil Service Chronicle; federal appointments in Indiana and elsewhere, and the work of the U.S. Civil Service Commission; and the role of reformers in state and national elections. Also included is correspondence regarding Swift's involvement with progressive Republicans, particularly Theodore Roosevelt and Albert J. Beveridge; correspondence regarding his work in the campaign to prepare the United States for war with Germany (1914-1918), and reactions to his pamphlets Germans in America (1915) and America's Debt to England (1917); correspondence regarding tariff reform (1908-1912); papers regarding Citizens Gas Company and the Indianapolis Sanitary Commission (1920s); papers regarding his lecturing and writing on historical reform topics (1910s-1920s); his letters to his wife (1885-1916), primarily written from the east while he was attending reform and political meetings, including meetings with Theodore Roosevelt; his diaries written during a meeting of the National Civil Service Reform League (1889), during a meeting to discuss the creation of a reform political party (1892); on a trip to Massachusetts (1897); his journal (1875-1888), including notes on LaPorte, starting a law practice in Indianapolis, politics, and reminiscences of his Civil War experiences; and drafts of his letters and essays on reform and politics. Albert J. Beveridge, Eliza A. Blaker, Charles J. Bonaparte, James H. Breasted, William Lowe Bryan, Edward Cary, French Ensor Chadwick, Edward P. Clark, George William Curtis, Richard Henry Dana, Dorman B. Eaton, Charles W. Fairbanks, William Farnum, William Fortune, John Watson Foster, William Dudley Foulke, James P. Goodrich, John K. Gowdy, Albert Bushnell Hart, William Dean Howells, Louis Howland, Charles Evans Hughes, Jules Jusserand, George Kennan, Henry S. Lea, Francis E. Leupp, Henry Cabot Lodge, Arthur O. Lovejoy, George W. McAneny, Franklin MacVeagh, W.H.H. Miller, Oliver T. Morton, Henry Raymond Mussey, Meredith Nicholson, Walter H. Page, William Potts, Edith Kermit Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt, John C. Rose, Carl Schurz, Francis Lynde Stetson, Moorfield Storey, Mark Sullivan, Charles P. Taft, William Howard Taft, Frank William Taussig, Oswald Garrison Villard, James W. Wadsworth, William English Walling, Everett Wheeler, Charles R. Williams, Horace White, Wong Kai Kah, James A. Woodburn
Mr. William Shakespeare's Comedies, histories, tragedies and poems by William Shakespeare ( Book )
1 edition published in 1884 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
by Maud Howe Elliott ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Includes correspondence; diaries (38 codices); lectures on art; manuscripts concerning mostly literary matters; guest book of "Lilliput" in Newport; typescript of Memories of Eighty Years (1941); and a scrapbook of clippings about Mrs. Elliott (1947-1948)
 
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Alternative Names
Roosevelt, Theodore 1861-1948 Mrs
Roosevelt, Theodore, Mrs., 1861-1948
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