ABOUT THE BOOK:
TR’s Summer White House - Oyster Bay reveals the intriguing story of the first peacetime relocation of the Executive Branch of the U.S. Government. Through newspaper articles, government documents, photographs, cartoons, and insightful commentary this book recreates the summers of 1902 through 1908 when the President and his staff governed the United States from Oyster Bay. Discover the national and international events that occurred during the Administration of President Roosevelt that make Oyster Bay historically significant.
“...an important contribution to the history of Oyster Bay, the record of T.R.’s administration, and the history of the office and institution of the Presidency.” - John Allen Gable, Executive Director of the Theodore Roosevelt Association
“It is definitely a unique contribution to Roosevelt literature and I look forward to utilizing it…” - Wallace Dailey, The Houghton Library, Harvard University