History: TR Center Officially Launches the Theodore Roosevelt Digital Collection
The Theodore Roosevelt Center at Dickinson State University has launched a new website that features more than 5,000 items
The site includes letters to and from Roosevelt, photographs, cartoons, newspaper articles and diary entries. The center plans to add new documents on a weekly basis.
The Theodore Roosevelt Digital Collection is the product of a collaboration by Dickinson State University with the Library of Congress, Harvard College Library and the National Park Service to bring together all of Theodore Roosevelt’s documents into one place. The collection opened with over 5,000 items from 10 different collections, including letters to and from Roosevelt, photographs, cartoons, newspaper articles and diary entries. The TR Center plans to add new documents weekly and many new collections over the coming year.
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