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Thu Oct 16 18:02:55 2014 UTClccn-n860259920.00The Readers Digest reader : selected by Theodore Roosevelt and the staff of the Reader's Digest0.391.00Second message of Governor-general Theodore Roosevelt to the ninth Philippine legislature delivered October 18, 193289386575Theodore_Roosevelt,_Jr.n 860259921861167lccn-n81014177Longworth, Alice Roosevelt1884-1980comlccn-no88000115Roosevelt, Kermit1889-1943lccn-n97046493Roosevelt, Eleanor Butler1889-1960lccn-sh85115354Roosevelt familylccn-n79027239Roosevelt, Theodore1858-1919lccn-n79022932Roosevelt, Franklin D.(Franklin Delano)1882-1945lccn-n79144645Roosevelt, Eleanor1884-1962lccn-n88030531Donn, Lindalccn-n79063202United StatesArmylccn-n50038432Jeffers, H. Paul(Harry Paul)1934-2009Roosevelt, Theodore1887-1944Personal narratives‡vAmericanAnecdotesPoetryHistoryJuvenile worksFictionRoosevelt, Theodore,United StatesRoosevelt, Theodore,TravelHuntingRoosevelt familyAsia, CentralAmerican poetryPolitical scienceWorld WarRoosevelt, Eleanor,Roosevelt, Franklin D.--(Franklin Delano),Longworth, Alice Roosevelt,FamiliesCousinsPuerto RicoPhilippinesAmerican literatureTerritorial expansionChildren of presidentsPoliticiansGeneralsUnited States.--ArmyWorld War (1939-1945)China--Sichuan ShengChina--Yunnan ShengChinaPresidentsKelley-Roosevelts Expedition of the Field Museum of ChicagoFairy talesBig game huntingVietnamEconomic policyBusiness cyclesNew Deal (1933-1939)Progressivism (United States politics)Political and social viewsChildren's storiesWhite, Stewart Edward,Economic historyIndustriesCommerceDummies (Bookselling)SoldiersLegislationColoniesStalin, Joseph,Churchill, Winston,Hitler, Adolf,Booksellers and bookselling--Colportage, subscription trade, etc18871944189118981901190219031905190619071908190919121913191519191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193719381939194019411942194419461947194919531954195919611967196919701975197819801988198919941995199920002001200220032004200520072008201120125987194296915PS586ocn76824442372114ocn000052396book19370.31Longworth, Alice RooseveltThe desk drawer anthology; poems for the American peopleW. Scott Stranahan, Anne Sutherland, John Banister Tabb, Adaline H. Tatman, Tom Taylor, Lila Terry, Celia Thaxter, Elizabeth Thomas, Dorothy Brown Thompson, Henry David Thoreau, Juliet Wilbur Tompkins, Charles Hanson Towne, Edward Tuck, Florence Van Cleve, Henry Van Dyke, Weir Vernon, Claire Wallis, John V.A. Weaver, Winifred Fry Webster, Carolyn Wells, Eugene Richard White, Walt Whitman, John Greenleaf Whittier, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Susan Adger Williams, Elsie Duncan Yale, Barbara Young, Dorothy M. Young, Mildred Focht, Margaret Widdemer72012ocn007792906book19260.35Roosevelt, TheodoreEast of the sun and west of the moonAn account of a hunting expedition by brothers Theodore and Kermit Roosevelt through Central Asia in 19265059ocn001338477book19400.56Roosevelt, TheodoreThe Reader's digest reader50218ocn001025132book19370.56Roosevelt, TheodoreColonial policies of the United States3079ocn003047438book19290.37Roosevelt, TheodoreTrailing the giant panda2605ocn001706974book19190.50Roosevelt, TheodoreAverage AmericansPersonal narratives American2476ocn001523738book19290.31Roosevelt, TheodoreAll in the family"All in the Family" is a lesson requiring students in grades 6-12 to develop family genealogy charts in search of noticeable genetic relationships between relatives. Eric J. Miller and Barbara H. Scott created the lesson and include lesson objectives, procedures, and extension activities. The Learning Network, a service of the New York Times Co., provides the lesson online as part of the Daily Lesson Plan Teacher Connections resource1528ocn000243369book19280.39Roosevelt, TheodoreRank and file; true stories of the great warAnecdotes1483ocn001896793book19330.59Coolidge, Harold JThree kingdoms of Indo-China"Our book deals with the work of the [Kelley-Roosevelt-Field museum] expedition in French Indo-China and the first part of it with the division of the expedition which specialized specializedin collecting birds, small mammals, and reptiles in the northernsection of this country [by H.J. Coolidge, jr.] The second partdeals with hunting big games in Cochin-China for the Field museum by Theodore Roosevelt."--Introd., p. 12-131452ocn001707151book19320.30Roosevelt, TheodoreTaps : selected poems of the great warPoetry272ocn004621771book0.84Roosevelt, TheodoreStewart Edward White : novelist of the American frontier253ocn027281512book19320.95De Golia, Darwin PaulPorto Rico: what it produces and what it buys203ocn038566370book19320.97Roosevelt, TheodoreInaugural address of Governor-General Theodore Roosevelt on the New Luneta, Manila delivered February 29, 1932History141ocn017915391book19470.98Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., Brigadier General, United States Army : beyond the call of duty72ocn001305068book19321.00PhilippinesSecond message of Governor-general Theodore Roosevelt to the ninth Philippine legislature delivered October 18, 1932History41ocn035684679book19230.07Beston, HenryThe firelight fairy bookJuvenile worksFictionA collection of thirteen original tales31ocn015472433book19311.00Roosevelt, TheodoreAddress at the plenary session, Thursday, Oct. 8, 1931 of the 4th Pan American Union, Washington, D.C., Oct. 5-13, 193132ocn042021780visu19190.96King Albert of Belgium visits TR's grave, October, 1919King Albert visits Theodore Roosevelt's grave in Youngs Memorial Cemetery, Oyster Bay, and is accompanied by his son Prince Leopold, Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., and several dignitaries. Identified in film are Brand Whitlock, Ambassador to Belgium, walking in the rear of the group, and a man who may be Joseph M. Nye walking beside King Albert. Interior title states that King Albert requested that no pictures be taken at gravesite. Film contains only shots of the King's party walking from the grave and of Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., King Albert, and an unidentified man sitting in an open car ready to depart31ocn043800922book19321.00PhilippinesMessage of Governor-general Theodore Roosevelt to the ninth Philippine legislature delivered July 16, 1932 : at the opening of the second sessionHistory21ocn221722256book1944The Readers Digest reader : selected by Theodore Roosevelt and the staff of the Reader's Digest8272ocn000456832book19590.24Roosevelt, Eleanor ButlerDay before yesterday; the reminiscences of Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, JrThe reminiscences of Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr5472ocn047056328book20010.24Donn, LindaThe Roosevelt cousins : growing up together, 1882-1924Biography"At the turn of the twentieth century, in the brownstones of New York City and the country houses of Long Island and the Hudson River Valley, a generation of young Roosevelt cousins shared carriage rides to school and dancing class. Together they rode their horses and fished and swam in landscapes they would know until the end of their lives."+-+52819942153032ocn048397461book20020.20Jeffers, H. PaulTheodore Roosevelt Jr. : the life of a war heroBiography+-+24826964351243ocn805019610book20120.74Stabile, DonaldMarkets, planning and the moral economy : business cycles in the Progressive era and New DealHistory"Markets, Planning and the Moral Economy examines the rise of the Progressive movement in the United States during the early decades of the 20th century, particularly the trend toward increased government intervention in the market system that culminated in the establishment of President Roosevelt's New Deal programmes. The authors consult writings from politicians, business leaders, and economists of the time, using a variety of historical perspectives to illuminate the conflicting viewpoints that arose as the country struggled to recover from the worst economic downturn in its history. This fascinating historical study explores the conflict between what the authors identify as two competing ideologies: the market economy, whose proponents advocated a hands-off approach and a trust in allowing the markets to adjust themselves, and the moral economy, whose supporters favoured a system of government planning and stewardship designed to promote economic fairness. Presenting arguments from each side by public figures and intellectuals, this book offers the most thorough and complete analysis to date of the new economic discourse that arose during the Progressive movement and remains a vital component of our economic and political discussions today."--Publisher's description882ocn154806361book20080.77Walker, Robert WThe namesake : a biography of Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.Biography"Except for Douglas MacArthur, Theodore 'Roosevelt Jr.' is the most decorated soldier in American history, having earned his Congressional Medal of Honor and every other medal offered by the United States to the foot soldier for combat heroism. As a young man, he wanted to have a career in the military, but his father, President Theodore Roosevelt, discouraged this. Ted went to Harvard, and dreamed of one day following his father into the White House. Things did not go well for him politically; he had only two one-year terms in the New York State Assembly and a failed run for the New York Governorship. Other positions held in his working life included: carpet salesman, bond salesman, investment banker, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, big game hunter, Governor General of Puerto Rico, Governor General of the Philippine Islands, and editor and VP at Doubleday Publishing Co. Yet the Army was where his niche obviously lay: he served as Battalion Commander in World War I; after the Armistice, he and four other non-career officers founded The American Legion, as it exists today. After seeing combat in North Africa, Sicily, and Italy (under Eisenhower) during World War II, he assisted in the preparation for D-Day. On Utah Beach in Normandy, under enemy fire for hours, Roosevelt served as assistant Division Commander of the 4th Infantry Division. His death some weeks after D-Day, came just before he was to be promoted to Major General, an unheard-of-honor for any reserve officer"--Jacket+-+3698378336701ocn052136697book20030.21Jeffers, H. PaulIn the rough rider's shadow : the story of a war hero. Theodore Roosevelt Jr.Biography+-+9242696435221ocn612759118file19190.56Lewis, William DraperThe life of Theodore RooseveltBiographyBiography of Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919), who served as the 26th President of the United States. Includes an introduction by William Howard Taft (1857-1930), the 27th President of the United States. The biography chiefly concerns Roosevelt as a politician and president101ocn053727154book19190.56Abbott, Lawrence FImpressions of Theodore RooseveltBiography82ocn028178863mix19890.88Cabat, Geoffrey AlanThe governorship of Theodore Roosevelt Jr. in Puerto Rico, 1929- 1931 : a window of progressivismWhen Theodore Roosevelt became Governor in 1929, he faced formidable challenges. In his two-year tenure, while doing little to change an archaic political system, he did open a window of progressivism. Using his famous family name, he publicized the abominable conditions that existed on the island and initiated policies which in subsequent decades led to positive change for the people of Puerto Rico. In essence, Roosevelt proposed and began what was later called Operation Bootstrap, i.e., (1) The development of labor-intensive industry on the island. (2) The development of vocational education to make the island more attractive as a factory site. (3) The breakup of some of the large estates and the development of truck farming so the people of the island would have better food at lower prices. (4) The development of tourism as a major industry. In the sense that he was a visionary, of a different ilk than most of his contemporaries, his governorship merits study and consideration41ocn162719064visu20070.18WarlordsPart 1: Hitler v. Stalin, August 1939-June 1941. As World War II begins, the two most extreme proponents of totalitarian violence sign a nonaggression pact. Less than two years later, however, the nominal allies turn on each other. The seeds of Hitler's betrayal lie in his psyche: he foolishly believes that he has already won in Western Europe, and he begins to suspect a secret pact between Churchill and Stalin. Part 2: Churchill v. Roosevelt, May 1940-April 1942. During the Battle of Britain, Roosevelt overcomes his long held dislike of Churchill, inflating his promises of aid and boosting the prime minister's resolve to fight on. All the while, the U.S. president pursues his own self-interested agenda to defend his country from Hitler without losing American lives32ocn009409544mix19670.82Madaras, Lawrence HigginsThe public career of Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.Biography31ocn233578632serial0.82LegacyPeriodicals31ocn162718952visu20070.19WarlordsPart 3: As the war grinds on, Stalin pushes his allies to accept the 1941 frontiers, ostensibly for the Soviet Union's security. Churchill, however, interprets Stalin's demands as a land grab. he urges a U.S. and British invasion from the Adriatic through the Balkans not only to attack the Nazis' "soft underbelly," but also to preempt Stalin's postwar plans. Part 4: Despite Stalin's ruthless duplicity in refusing to support the Polish underground's uprising in Warsaw, Roosevelt fears Churchill's Old World imperialist tendencies even more than he does apparent Soviet ambitions. The American president aims to moderate the Russian ruler's harshness and seeks compromise, not confrontation, with Stalin31ocn007351943mix19780.98Pearlman, Michael DTo make democracy safe for the world : a social history of the origins, development and aftermath of the World War I military preparedness movement in America21ocn043390049book19540.47New York UniversityUnveiling of the bust and tablet for Theodore Roosevelt in the auditorium of the Library of the University, University Heights, New York, May 9, 1954, at 3:00 o'clock21ocn262452855score19090.47Bayes, NoraIf it were not for dear old father : songPortraitsMusic21ocn043382402book19121.00Welsh, HerbertFacts about RooseveltHistory11ocn051126783visu19231.00[Secretary of War John Weeks, Pres. Calvin Coolidge, and Asst. Secretary of the Navy Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., at Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Armistice Day]11ocn127108455mix1.00Roosevelt, EleanorRecords and correspondenceThis group of letters consist chiefly of correspondence between Eleanor Roosevelt and magazine editor and art critic, Selden Rodman. The Roosevelt letters, most on White House Stationary, are brief notes written in response to letters and editorials of Rodman. Evidently, Rodman sought to have Eleanor Roosevelt contribute articles and commentaries to "Common Sense" which he co-edited with Alfred Bingham. There are also a couple letters of Rodman to Roosevelt with related correspondence from White House Press Secretary Stephen Early concerning Rodman's request to attend a presidential news conference. Lastly, there is a letter of Theodore Roosevelt Jr. to Rodman in regards to attaining a subscription11ocn082042263file1.00Beard, Daniel CarterDaniel Carter Beard papersPeriodicalsRecords and correspondenceCorrespondents include Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell, Baron Baden-Powell of Gilwell; Gutzon Borglum; Belmore Browne; Howard Chandler Christy; Samuel Langhorne Clemens; George J. Fisher; Hamlin Garland; Charles Dana Gibson; Zane Grey; Walter W. Head; William Dean Howells; Edwin Markham; Edward Sandford Martin; H.L. Mencken; Albert Bigelow Paine; Maxwell E. Perkins; Gifford Pinchot; Henry C. Pitz; Augustus Post; George D. Pratt; Frank Presbrey; Frederic Remington; Norman Rockwell; Franklin D. Roosevelt; Ernest Thompson Seton; Upton Sinclair; Frederic Dorr Steele; A.J. Stone; Isaac Sutton; Lorado Taft; Hendrik Willem Van Loon; Frederick K. Vreeland; John Quincy Adams Ward; James E. West, Owen Wister; S.J. Woolf; N.C. Wyeth; Boy's Life magazine; and the publishing firms, Charles Scribner's Sons and J.B. Lippincott Company. Also includes correspondence with Theodore Roosevelt; his wife, Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt; their son, Theodore Roosevelt (1887-1944); and other Roosevelt family members+-+5281994215Thu Oct 16 15:38:13 EDT 2014batch30529