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Half a year after the death of Theodore Roosevelt (1858 1919), the now defunct Rocky Mountain Club asked the former Secretary of State Elihu Root (1845 1937: Nobel Peace Prize 1912), to "say a few words" of remembrance regarding his old friend and colleague:

"No one ever misunderstood what Theodore Roosevelt said. No one ever doubted what Theodore Roosevelt meant. No one ever doubted that what he said he believed, he intended and he would do. He was a man not of sentiment or expression but of feeling and of action. His proposals were always tied to action."

The historian Henry Steele Commager ranked Theodore Roosevelt at number 17 insofar as his impact on the American mind was concerned - click here to understand his reasoning...

In 1915 Elihu Root was Nominated to the Vanity Fair Hall of Fame

In 1919 the African-American Magazine CRISIS paid their respects to the late President.

     



Elihu Root on Teddy Roosevelt (The North American Review, 1919)

Elihu Root on Teddy Roosevelt (The North American Review, 1919)

Elihu Root on Teddy Roosevelt (The North American Review, 1919)

Elihu Root on Teddy Roosevelt (The North American Review, 1919)

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