Correspondence with Theodore Roosevelt and Edith Roosevelt, 1887-07-05 - 1917-04-19
Scope and Contents
Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to CASR on the visit of Elliott Roosevelt and his wife to London, 5 July 1887.
Letters from CASR to Theodore Roosevelt, on subjects including Roosevelt's political career; Colonel Grierson; the German Army; the relationship between Russia and China; European affairs; Patterdale Hall; congratulations on becoming Assistant Secretary of the Navy; [?] Speck; the decline of the Roman Empire; the Kaiser and his policies; Russia; Germany; the death of King Edward VII; a report from the Country Life Commission with prefatory note by Theodore Roosevelt; the First World War; the problems of enlisting British subjects in America, 18 July 1896-19 April 1917 (23 folios).
Letters from Edith Roosevelt to CASR, on subjects including Roosevelt's political career; his writing; family news; Roosevelt's health; invitations to dinner; her travels; reminiscences of life in Washington and at Sagamore; the Boer War; condolences on the death of Stephen Spring-Rice; congratulations on his engagement to Florence Lascelles; the fall of Port Arthur and the Russo-Japanese War; peace between Russia and Japan; Roosevelt's visit to Africa, undated (24 folios).
Letter from CASR to Edith Roosevelt, on the strike in Russia, 1 November 1903.
Letter to CASR from May [?] on news of friends, 1 June 1890.
Letter to CASR from [Ronald] Ferguson on the General Election of 1892, social gossip, American politics, Marbot's memoirs, 12 June 1892.
- 1887-07-05 - 1917-04-19
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.
Language of Materials
Former / Other Reference
1/1, 2/1-2/13, 3/1-3/22, 4/1, 5/1-5/2
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