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Alice Roosevelt Longworth papers
Alice Roosevelt Longworth
Written in English
Correspondence, diaries, writings, newspaper clippings, printed matter, and scrapbooks relating to Longworth"s newspaper column of comments on the political scene in Washington, reminiscences for Ladies" Home Journal, world travels, engagement and marriage to Nicholas Longworth in 1906, and social life in Washington, D.C. Correspondents include her father, Theodore Roosevelt; her stepmother, Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt; and other family members, friends, and social acquaintances.
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An inveterate gossip, Mrs. Longworth might have enjoyed Carol Felsenthal’s new book Alice Roosevelt Longworth (G. P. Putnam’s Sons) had it been about someone else. It is far more candid than its predecessors and written with far less wary awe. Mrs. Longworth was always careful to keep her own private life off limits to strangers, and on the. Multiple photographs of her, other members of the delegation, and those they met with, were taken during the journey. Alice also collection albums, prints and postcards of local cities on her journey. Local Numbers: FSA A Related Materials: Alice Roosevelt Longworth Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Looking for books by Alice Roosevelt Longworth? See all books authored by Alice Roosevelt Longworth, including Mrs. L.: Conversations With Alice Roosevelt Longworth, and The desk drawer anthology;: Poems for the American people (Granger index reprint series), and more on Longworth's correspondence includes letters from Theodore Roosevelt and stepmother Edith Kermit (Carow) Roosevelt. There are also papers of Alice Hathaway (Lee) Roosevelt, including letters exchanged with Theodore Roosevelt, family photographs, and memorabilia relating to her death and Longworth's birth in ; also letters from Theodore Roosevelt to Martha (Bulloch) Roosevelt.
A drinker and a playboy, Longworth quickly earned his wife's "complete contempt," says Sturm. Alice also grew to resent her do-gooder cousins Franklin and Eleanor, often mocking Eleanor's bucktoothed smile at dinner parties. "Grammy couldn't stand earnestness," Sturm says. At Alice gave birth to her only child, Paulina, Sturm's mother. Alice Roosevelt Longworth by Carol Felsenthal and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Alice Roosevelt Longworth by Felsenthal, Carol - AbeBooks.
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An entertaining and eye-opening biography of America's most memorable first daughter From the moment Teddy Roosevelt's outrageous and charming teenage daughter strode into the White House—carrying a snake and dangling a cigarette—the outspoken Alice began to put her imprint on the whole of the twentieth-century political scene/5().
Alice: Alice Roosevelt Longworth, from White House Princess to Washington Power Broker Stacy A. Cordery, Viking Penguin pp. ISBN Summary From the moment Teddy Roosevelt's outrageous and charming teenage daughter strode into the White House—carrying a snake and dangling a cigarette—the outspoken Alice began to put her imprint on the whole of the twentieth.
An entertaining and eye-opening biography of America's most memorable first daughter From the moment Teddy Roosevelt's outrageous and charming teenage daughter strode into the White House—carrying a snake and dangling a cigarette—the outspoken Alice.
Title Alice Roosevelt Longworth papers, Summary Correspondence, diaries, writings, newspaper clippings, printed matter, and scrapbooks relating to Longworth's newspaper column of comments on the political scene in Washington, reminiscences for Ladies' Home Journal, world travels, engagement and marriage to Nicholas Longworth inand social life in Washington, D.C.
Correspondents include. Alice: Alice Roosevelt Longworth, From White House Princess to Washington Power Broker. by Stacy A. Cordery, Viking, pp., $ Larger than life is an oft- and sometimes over-used phrase employed to describe colorful and engaging people.
Sometimes the words are appropriate, as in the case of Alice Roosevelt Longworth. Alice Roosevelt Longworth, Teddy Roosevelt’s oldest child, was the most eccentric first daughter to ever enter the White House and became the strong-willed and unbridled face of the New Woman movement of the early s.
The papers were there when she became the first woman to drive the 45 miles in a car from Newport to Boston, they saw. Many UK readers will not be familiar with the larger-than-life figure of Alice Roosevelt Longworth, but don’t let that stop you from picking up this wonderful novel. It stands alone as a colourful portrait of an extraordinary character, who wielded a lot of influence on American politics of /5().
And according to Ms. Cordery it is “the first full biography of Alice Roosevelt Longworth based on her personal papers.” Those papers turn out to include a diary and a collection of love. Alice Roosevelt Longworth occupied center stage in the political and social life of the nation for seventy years.
This marvelous biography rests on the discovery of an enormous collection of privately held and previously unknown letters, scrapbooks, diaries, speeches, and photographs belonging to Alice Roosevelt Longworth.
Overview Alice: Alice Roosevelt Longworth, From White House Princess to Washington Power Broker () is a biography by American historian Stacy A. Cordery of Teddy Roosevelt’s oldest daughter, a socialite and Washington powerbroker best known for her wit and her public criticism of her cousin Franklin Delano y draws on Alice’s personal papers, including her journal and.
I can be President of the United States, or I can control Alice. I cannot possibly do both--Teddy Roosevelt. Alice Roosevelt Longworth ( ), eldest child of President Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt, was known throughout her long life for her wide-ranging intelligence, piercing insights, love of mischief, fascination with politics, passionate loyalty, and sharp cutting wit, all of which /5.
Get this from a library. Family papers, [Alice Roosevelt Longworth; Alice Lee Roosevelt; Martha Bulloch Roosevelt; Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt; Theodore Roosevelt] -- Longworth's correspondence includes letters from Theodore Roosevelt and stepmother Edith Kermit (Carow) Roosevelt.
There are also papers of Alice Hathaway (Lee) Roosevelt, including letters exchanged. Longworth, Alice Roosevelt, Alice Roosevelt Longworth family papers, Guide. Author Theodore Roosevelt Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library Sponsor Digital content funded by the Theodore Roosevelt Center at Dickinson State University.
EAD ID trc Journalist. From the description of Alice Roosevelt Longworth papers, (bulk ). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: Alice Lee (Roosevelt) Longworth was the daughter of American president Theodore Roosevelt and Alice Hathaway (Lee) Roosevelt.
From the description of Family papers, (Harvard University). Alice Lee Roosevelt was born on Febru to Theodore and Alice Lee Roosevelt. Their first – and only – child was born while Theodore was serving in the New York State Assembly. Two days after her birth, baby Alice’s mother died from Bright’s disease.
On. Books Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Best Sellers. Though Alice lived in the public eye daughter of a president, wife of House Speaker Nicholas Longworth she kept her inner life private.
Now, 27 years after her death, biographer Stacy A. Cordery is able to tell us more than we've ever known about what went on in Alice's head, thanks to access to her personal papers provided by the Longworth family.
And according to Cordery it is "the first full biography of Alice Roosevelt Longworth based on her personal papers." Those papers turn out to.
Alice Roosevelt Longworth lived her entire life on the political stage and in the public eye, earning her the nickname "the other Washington monument." In this new biography - the first in twenty years - Stacy A.
Cordery presents a detailed and richly entertaining portrait of the witty and whip- smart daughter of Teddy Roosevelt. alice roosevelt longworth by Carol Felsenthal ‧ RELEASE DATE: Feb.
11, Felsenthal, biographer of Phyllis Schafly (Sweetheart of the Silent Majority, ) this time out turns her attention to Theodore Roosevelt's notorious, rabble-rousing daughter Alice.
Their volcanic relationship is the subject of a truly pleasurable new book, Hissing Cousins: The Untold Story of Eleanor Roosevelt and Alice Roosevelt Longworth. Cordery (History/Monmouth Coll.; Theodore Roosevelt: In the Vanguard of the Modern, ) fully utilizes the personal papers of Alice Roosevelt Longworth (–), frequently inserting entries from her diary and letters to provide startlingly intimate material.
Alice’s .Alice. Alice Roosevelt Longworth, from White House Princess to Washington Power Broker. Stacy A. Cordery.