American Presidents Blog: The Roosevelts August 13, 2008admin One of the blogs I follow here at New York History is Michael Lorenzen’s American Presidents blog. he recently took a trip to New York and posted a three-part blog on the Roosevelt sites: Part One – covered Sagamore Hill, the Long Island estate of Theodore and Edith Roosevelt. Part Two – looked at Eleanor Roosevelt’s home Val-Kill. Part Three – was a visit to the FDR Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park. Interesting reads, from an interesting blog. Related ArticlesMark Twain and the Colonel: Samuel Clemens, Theodore Roosevelt Around 1900 two celebrated figures with close ties to New York rivaled each other in the love of their countrymen: Mark Twain and Theodore Roosevelt. Theodore Roosevelt dominated the […]Island of Vice: Theodore Roosevelt’s Doomed Quest The Stephen B. Luce Library at SUNY Maritime College, Bronx, NY, will host a guest lecture entitled “Island of Vice: Theodore Roosevelt’s Doomed Quest to Clean Up Sin-Loving New […]FDR Library literally falling apart From the New York Times, via the History News Network:The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum at Hyde Park, N.Y., the nation’s first presidential library, is literally […] Like this post? Share it!