As some know, when the Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace reopened last October I made the decision not to return on a weekly basis. The primary focus is on getting the book done. Still, I have not completely severed my ties, contributing some for the site’s social media platforms for instance. One thing I ran past the powers-that-be way back while the renovation was still going on was talking in a more formal setting from time to time. I am happy to say that today the first of those talks got the official approval. Should you happen in New York City on Saturday March 4 come out for a presentation by yours truly about the writing and publishing career of Ted Roosevelt. This is a fascinating and relatively unknown story, which begins in March 1919 with his return from the trenches of France during the First World War and ending 25 years later with his death in France during the Second. Remember, Ted’s grandparents were the homeowners of what we now call the TRB.
Talking about Ted Roosevelt the first Saturday in March
14 Tuesday Feb 2017
Posted Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace (NPS)in
Kathleen Malloy said:
Congratulations. You’ve been a busy man. March 4 will be here soon.
Keith Muchowski said:
Kathy, indeed it has been a busy winter. I am trying to pace myself and get my rest too.