Americanism and Preparedness by Theodore Roosevelt
Roosevelt Theodore. AMERICANISM AND PREPAREDNESS, SPEECHES OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT. New York: Mail And Express Job Print, 1917. First edition. Octavo, green cloth, gilt. 145pp. Very good. Bright. Part of TR's efforts surrounding WWI. 11687 $125.00





Theodor Roosevelt's Letters to His Children
Roosevelt, Theodore (Edited by Joseph Bucklin Bishop). THEODORE ROOSEVELT'S LETTERS TO HIS CHILDREN. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1919. Third printing. Octavo, green cloth, gilt. x, 240pp. Illustrated. Frontispiece portrait and line drawings. Very good. Previous owner's bookplate. A common but essential book of the TR Canon. 11691 $12.50




Summer Bikrds of the Adirondacks Theodore Roosevelt
Roosevelt, Theodore and H. D. Minot. THE SUMMER BIRDS OF THE ADIRONDACKS IN FRANKLIN COUNTY, N. Y. with; NOTES ON SOME OF THE BIRDS OF OYSTER BAY. New York: Privately printed, 1925. Limited Facsimile edition, 1/200 copies signed by F. Walters. Octavo, original printed paper wrappers. 8pp. Illustrated. Frontispiece portrait. Very good. Theodore Roosevelt's first books, originally published in 1877 and 1879 respectively. 11692 $195.00


11695
Roosevelt, Theodore, (Edited by Elting E. Morison). THE LETTERS OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT; THE SQUARE DEAL, 1901-1905. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1951. Two volumes, this section complete. The complete set was issued from 1951-1954 in four two volume sets. First edition. Octavo, green cloth in dust jackets. xvi, (ii), 710; vi, (ii), 711-1438pp. with index and chronology. Illustrated. Twenty-three plates. Very good in good jackets. Chipping with loss to the jacket of volume four. An indispensable set. Contains a chronology of TR's life stating locations and activities for the time period covered. These were review copies with attendant correspondence retained. 11695 $250.00


Writings of Theodore Roosevelt
Roosevelt, Theodore, Edited by William Harbaugh. THE WRITINGS OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company (1967). First edition. Octavo, original printed paper wrappers. liii, 407pp. with index. Very good. 11696 $5.00





Rough Riders paperback Theodore Roosevelt
Roosevelt, Theodore. THE ROUGH RIDERS. New York: Modern Library, (1999). First Modern Library paperback edition. Octavo, original pictorial paper wrappers. xviii, (x), 223pp. with index and appendices. Illustrated. Introduction by Edmund Morris. Very good. TR's classic account of the War in Cuba. A very good edition. 11697 $10.00




Letters from Theodore Roosevelt to Anna Roosevelt Cowles
Roosevelt, Theodore. LETTERS FROM THEODORE ROOSEVELT TO ANNA ROOSEVELT COWLES, 1870-1918. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1924. First edition. Octavo, green cloth, gilt in dust jacket. viii, (ii), 323pp. with index. Frontispiece portrait. A good copy in a fair jacket. Jacket spine is present in pieces but with loss. 11706 $25.00



Outlook Editorials by Theodore Roosevelt
Roosevelt, Theodore. OUTLOOK EDITORIALS. New York: The Outlook Company, 1909. First printing. Octavo, original printed paper wrappers, lettered in brown. (vi), 125pp. Frontispiece portrait of TR. A good or better copy, Wear at spine ends, minor soiling. The first eleven essays TR published in the Outlook Magazine. Subjects include American Journalism; the South; Socialists & Socialism; Science; and Japan. 11768 $75.00


The Strenuous Life by Theodore Roosevelt third issue
Roosevelt, Theodore. THE STRENUOUS LIFE; ESSAYS AND ADDRESSES. New York: The Century Company, 1901. First edition, third issue. Octavo, brown cloth with a leather spine label. 332pp. Frontispiece portrait. Very good. Moderate soiling. Previous owner's bookplate. Still more material added after the first and second printing. 11710 $225.00




The Strenuous Life by Theodore Roosevelt second issue
Roosevelt, Theodore. THE STRENUOUS LIFE; ESSAYS AND ADDRESSES. New York: The Century Company, 1901. First edition, second issue. Octavo, brown cloth with a leather spine label. 297pp. Frontispiece portrait. Very good. More material added after the first printing. 11711 $225.00





The Valley Forge Address by Theodor Roosevelt
Roosevelt, Theodore. THE VALLEY FORGE ADDRESS. Norristown PA.: Privately printed, 1909. Limited edition. 1/500 copies. Thin 16mo, blue cloth, lettered in white. 47pp plus colophon. A good copy. Waterstained. Very scarce. 11714 $125.00






Winning of the West by Theodore Roosevelt 4 volumes
Roosevelt, Theodore. THE WINNING OF THE WEST; THE FOUNDING OF THE TRANS-ALLEGHANY COMMONWEALTHS. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1896-1899. Four volumes, complete. THE WINNING OF THE WEST; VOLUME ONE; FROM THE ALLEGHANIES TO THE MISSISSIPPI, 1769-1776. New York: . G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1896. Octavo, brown cloth, gilt and green boards. 352pp. with appendices. Folding map. Very good. Previous owner's bookplate on front free paste-down. THE WINNING OF THE WEST; VOLUME TWO; FROM THE ALLEGHANIES TO THE MISSISSIPPI, 1777-1783. New York: . G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1896. Octavo, brown cloth, gilt and green boards. 427pp. with index. Folding map. A good copy. Previous owner's bookplate on front free paste-down. THE WINNING OF THE WEST; VOLUME THREE; THE FOUNDING OF THE TRANS-ALLEGHANY COMMONWEALTHS, 1784-1790. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1899. Octavo, brown cloth, gilt and green boards. 339pp. with index. Folding map. Very good. Roosevelt, Theodore. THE WINNING OF THE WEST; VOLUME FOUR; LOUISIANA AND THE NORTHWEST, 1791-1807. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1898. Octavo, brown cloth, gilt and green boards. 363pp. with index. Folding map. Ads. Very good. TR’s classic history of the pioneer period and the growth of the Republic was written over a number of years. Begun in 1889 and finished in 1896, TR wrote these books as he was serving as Civil Service Commissioner in Washington D.C., & Police Commissioner of New York City. His writing always supplemented his income from the various government positions he held but also became a record of his views on American history, morality, politics, war, service to country and family, and citizenship. 11717 $175.00


The Winning of the West volume 3 by Theodore Roosevelt
Roosevelt, Theodore. THE WINNING OF THE WEST; THE FOUNDING OF THE TRANS-ALLEGHANY COMMONWEALTHS, 1784-1790. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1894. First edition. Octavo, brown cloth, gilt and green boards. 339pp. with index. Folding map. A good copy. Wear to spine head. Internally very good, tight. This is volume three only of the four volume set. Each volume does stand alone. 11718 $45.00



The Works of Theodore Rooseelt Dakota edition
Roosevelt, Theodore. THE WORKS. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1907. Sixteen volumes, complete. The Dakota edition. Octavo, red cloth, gilt. Gilt Bull Moose at center of front boards. Top edges gilt. Illustrated. Very good. One of the more sought after and scarcer editions. 11720 $650.00


Through the Brazillian Wilderness by Theodore Roosevelt

Roosevelt, Theodore.
THROUGH THE BRAZILIAN WILDERNESS. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1919. Reprint edition. Octavo, pictorial tan cloth, gilt. xiv, (i), 383pp. with index. Illustrated. Frontispiece and forty-eight black and white illustrations and two maps, plus a large folding map at rear. Very good. Spine a bit faded. A crisp copy. A wonderful read and an exposition of the grit of TR. 11722 $125.00


Through the Brazillian Wilderness and Papers on Natural history by Theodore RooseveltRoosevelt, Theodore. THROUGH THE BRAZILIAN WILDERNESS AND PAPERS ON NATURAL HISTORY. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1926. Reprint, National edition. Octavo, embossed black cloth, gilt medallion of TR in profile at center of front board. Arts and Craft binding. xxv, (vii), 411pp. Map. Introduction by Frank Chapman. Very good. A crisp copy. A wonderful read and a exposition of the grit of TR. 11721 $25.00

Complete Writings of theodore Roosevelt
Roosevelt Theodore. THE COMPLETE WRITINGS OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT. Philadelphia: Gebbie & Co., 1902-03. The Uniform Edition. Twenty-two volumes complete. Green cloth, faded to a robin’s egg blue on spines, with leather labels lettered in gilt. Frontispiece illustrations. This is a special edition of this scarce set, the “Publisher’s Edition”, it was presented to the publishing house of Houghton, Mifflin Company of Boston.  At the time of publication this was the most complete of all Collected editions. It was the basis for the “Elkhorn Edition” which would be expanded to twenty-eight volumes by Scribner’s and published from 1906 to 1920. The Gebbie set contains; The Winning Of The West; The Wilderness Hunter; The Strenuous Life; The Naval war of 1812; Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail; The Rough Riders; New York; American Ideals; Hunting Trips of a Ranchman; Oliver Cromwell; Thomas Hart Benton; Gouverneur Morris; and, Hero tales From American History. Relatively unknown today, rarely found complete. A beautifully printed set with great provenance. 12073 $1500.00



The Memorial edition, 1923-1926, is considered the most complete and finest of the editions of TR's Collected Works. Volume one is signed by Edith Roosevelt. The books are beautifully printed, the introductions are by intimates, and the bibliographic statements at the end of each volume are worthy of a separate printing in themselves. The following are descriptions of odd volumes from this fine set. Descriptions are complete and note condition and if any of the books are ex-library.

Memorial Edition Outdoor Pastimes
Roosevelt, Theodore. OUTDOOR PASTIMES OF AN AMERICAN HUNTER. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1924. Limited edition. The Memorial edition, 1/1000 copies. Volume III. Octavo, burgundy cloth, top edge gilt, with a spine lettered in gilt. Slipcase. xxx, 370pp. with bibliographic statement. Frontispiece portrait of TR on horseback, 1905. Introduction by Alexander Lambert; "Roosevelt The Companion". Beautifully printed. Partially unopened. Very good. Slipcase worn. The adventures of a young Roosevelt in Badlands and Rocky Mountains. 11748 $95.00


Memorial Edition African Game Trails
Roosevelt, Theodore. AFRICAN GAME TRAILS; AN ACCOUNT OF THE AFRICAN WANDERINGS OF AN AMERICAN HUNTER-NATURALIST. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1924. Limited edition. The Memorial edition, 1/1000 copies. Volume V. Octavo, burgundy cloth, top edge gilt, with a spine lettered in gilt. Slipcase. xxix, 484pp. with bibliographic statement and appendices. Frontispiece of Elephants. Introduction by Carl Akeley; "Roosevelt In Africa". Beautifully printed. Partially unopened. Very good. Slipcase broken at seams, but present. TR's post presidential safari that captivated the world. 11750 $150.00

Another copy;
Memorial Edition African Game Trails ex-lib
Roosevelt, Theodore. AFRICAN GAME TRAILS; AN ACCOUNT OF THE AFRICAN WANDERINGS OF AN AMERICAN HUNTER-NATURALIST. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1924. Limited edition. The Memorial edition, 1/1000 copies. Volume V. Octavo, burgundy cloth, top edge gilt, with a spine lettered in gilt. xxix, 484pp. with bibliographic statement and appendices. Frontispiece of Elephants. Introduction by Carl Akeley; "Roosevelt In Africa". Beautifully printed. A good ex-library copy. Stamps, spine label. 11751 $50.00


Memorial Edition Thomas Hart Benton & Governeur Morris
Roosevelt, Theodore. THOMAS HART BENTON & GOUVERNEUR MORRIS. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1924. Limited edition. The Memorial edition, 1/1000 copies. Volume VIII. Octavo, burgundy cloth, top edge gilt, with a spine lettered in gilt. xxii, (iv), 544pp. with bibliographic statement and appendices. Frontispiece of a manuscript page. Introduction by Albert J. Beveridge; "The Statesmanship of Theodore Roosevelt". Beautifully printed. A good ex-library copy. Stamps, spine label. 11753 $40.00

Memorial Edition Winning of the West vol 1
Roosevelt, Theodore. THE WINNING OF THE WEST. AN ACCOUNT OF THE EXPLORATION AND SETTLEMENT OF OUR COUNTRY FROM THE ALLEGHANIES TO THE PACIFIC, I. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1924. Limited edition. The Memorial edition, 1/1000 copies. Volume X. Octavo, burgundy cloth, top edge gilt, with a spine lettered in gilt. Slipcase. xlii, (ii), 441pp. with bibliographic statement and appendices. Frontispiece portrait of TR in 1885. Introduction by Albert Bushnell Hart; "Roosevelt as Pioneer". Beautifully printed. Partially unopened. Very good in a good slipcase. 11754 $75.00

Memorial Edition Winning of the West vol 2
Roosevelt, Theodore. THE WINNING OF THE WEST. AN ACCOUNT OF THE EXPLORATION AND SETTLEMENT OF OUR COUNTRY FROM THE ALLEGHANIES TO THE PACIFIC, II. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1924. Limited edition. The Memorial edition, 1/1000 copies. Volume XI. Octavo, burgundy cloth, top edge gilt, with a spine lettered in gilt. Slipcase. xxv, (i), 438pp. with bibliographic statement and appendices. Frontispiece Map by Lewis, 1775. Introduction by George Haven Putnam; "Roosevelt, Historian and Statesman". Beautifully printed. Partially unopened. Very good in a good slipcase. 11755 $75.00

Memorial Edition Campaigns & Controversies
Roosevelt, Theodore. CAMPAIGNS AND CONTROVERSIES. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1925. Limited edition. The Memorial edition, 1/1000 copies. Volume XVI. Octavo, burgundy cloth, top edge gilt, with a spine lettered in gilt. xlv, (i), 596pp. with bibliographic statement and appendices. Frontispiece of a TR cartoon with Uncle Sam. Introduction by Albert Shaw; "Theodore Roosevelt as Political Leader". Beautifully printed. A good ex-library copy. Stamps, spine label. 11756 $45.00

11757
Roosevelt, Theodore. STATE PAPERS AS GOVERNOR AND PRESIDENT. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1925. Limited edition. The Memorial edition, 1/1000 copies. Volume XVI. Octavo, burgundy cloth, top edge gilt, with a spine lettered in gilt. xxxvii, (i), 643pp. with bibliographic statement and appendices. Frontispiece of “Roosevelt’s Favorite Cartoon”. Introduction by Gifford Pinchot; "Roosevelt As President". Beautifully printed. A good ex-library copy. Stamps, spine label. 11757 $45.00

Memorial Edition Social Justice and Popular Rule
Roosevelt, Theodore. SOCIAL JUSTICE AND POPULAR RULE; ESSAYS, ADDRESSES, AND PUBLIC STATEMENTS RELATING TO THE PROGRESSIVE MOVEMENT (1910-1916). New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1925. Limited edition. The Memorial edition, 1/1000 copies. Volume XIX. Octavo, burgundy cloth, top edge gilt, with a spine lettered in gilt. Glassine and slipcase. xxv, 576pp. with bibliographic statement. Frontispiece portrait of TR in 1912. Introduction by Herbert Knox Smith; "The Great Progressive". Beautifully printed. Partially unopened. A good ex-library copy. Stamps, spine label. 11758 $45.00

Memorial Edition America and the World War
Roosevelt, Theodore. AMERICA AND THE WORLD WAR; FEAR GOD AND TAKE YOUR OWN PART. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1925. Limited edition. The Memorial edition, 1/1000 copies. Volume XX. Octavo, burgundy cloth, top edge gilt, with a spine lettered in gilt. Slipcase. xxv, (iii), 534pp. with bibliographic statement. Frontispiece portrait of TR in 1916. Introduction by John Grier Hibben; "Roosevelt And The Peace Of Righteousness. Foreword by Theodore Roosevelt. Beautifully printed. Partially unopened. Very good ina good slipcase. TR's unending fight for American Preparedness and entry into the World War. 11759 $95.00

11760
Roosevelt, Theodore. THE FOES OF OUR OWN HOUSEHOLD; THE GREAT ADVENTURE; LETTERS TO HIS CHILDREN. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1925. Limited edition. The Memorial edition, 1/1000 copies. Volume XXI. Octavo, burgundy cloth, top edge gilt, with a spine lettered in gilt. xxviii, (ii), 616pp. with bibliographic statement. Frontispiece portrait of TR in 1916. Introductions by Henry Stimson; "Roosevelt And the World War"; E. A. Van Valkenburg; "The Inspiration of Theodore Roosevelt"; Joseph Bucklin Bishop; "Introduction to the Letters". Beautifully printed. Partially unopened. Very good. TR's unending fight for American Preparedness and entry into the World War. 11760 $95.00

Memorial Edition Theodore Roosevelt and His Times
Bishop, James Bucklin. THEODORE ROOSEVELT AND HIS TIME. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1926. Limited edition. The Memorial edition, 1/1000 copies. Volume XXIII & XXIV. Octavo, burgundy cloth, top edge gilt, with a spine lettered in gilt. I; xiv, 581; II; viii,, 610pp. with bibliographic statement and index. Frontispiece of a TR and His Sons, & Darling’s, “Long Long Trail”. Beautifully printed. A good ex-library set. Stamps, spine label. Two volumes. 11761 $75.00