|John Hall Wheelock (18861978). A Bibliography of Theodore Roosevelt. 1920.|
SELECTIONS FROM HIS WORKS
- ADDRESSES AND PAPERS; edited by W. F. Johnson. N. Y.: Sun Dial Classics Pub. Co. 1909.
- ADDRESSES AND PRESIDENTIAL MESSAGES OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT, 19021904; with an introduction by Henry Cabot Lodge. London and N. Y.: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1904.
- Same. Standard Library Edition. Ill. London and N. Y.: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1904.
- Same. Dakota Edition. 2 vols. Ill. N. Y.: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1907.
- ADMINISTRATIONCIVIL SERVICE. (The Sagamore Series.) N. Y.: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1900.
- Contains the seven new essays incorporated in the second edition of "American Ideals," 1898, and is volume 2 of that title in the Sagamore Series and the Dakota Edition.
- ADDRESSES AND STATE PAPERS. 8 vols. N. Y.: P. F. Collier & Son. 1910.
- AMERICANISM AND PREPAREDNESS: SPEECHES OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT. N. Y.: 1917.
- AMERICANISM IN RELIGION. Chicago: E. E. Swadener. 1908.
- CALIFORNIA ADDRESSES. Ill. San Francisco: California Promotion Committee. 1903.
- EPISODES FROM "THE WINNING OF THE WEST, 17691807." Ill. N. Y.: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1900.
- Same. Second edition. (The Knickerbocker Literature Series, edited by Frank Lincoln Olmstead, vol. 1.) N. Y.: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1901.
- EUROPEAN ADDRESSES. Homeward Bound Edition. Ill. N. Y.: Review of Reviews Co. 1910.
- Same. (In "Addresses and State Papers." 8 vols. N. Y.: P. F. Collier & Son. 1910.)
- EXTRACT FROM "THE ROUGH RIDERS." (In "Little Masterpieces of Autobiography," edited by George Iles, vol. 2. Garden City, N. Y.: Doubleday, Page & Co. 1908.)
- THE GAME OF LIFE. San Francisco: Paul Elder.
- HOW TO BRING UP CHILDREN. San Francisco: The Woodward Co. 1902.
- MAXIMS. Chicago: Madison Book Co. 1903.
- MESSAGES TO AMERICANS; edited from material furnished by Roosevelt's literary executor and private secretaries. 3 vols. N. Y.: Current Literature Pub. Co. 1919.
- NEGRO QUESTION: ATTITUDE OF THE PROGRESSIVE PARTY TOWARD THE COLORED RACE. N. Y.: Progressive National Committee. 1912.
- OUTLOOK EDITORIALS BY THEODORE ROOSEVELT. N. Y.: The Outlook Co. 1909.
- PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S MESSAGE. N. Y.: W. B. Harrison. 1901.
- PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESSES AND STATE PAPERS; edited, with an introduction, by Albert Shaw. Executive Edition. 2 vols. Ill. N. Y.: P. F. Collier & Son. 1901.
- Same. Statesman Edition. 2 vols. Ill. N. Y.: Review of Reviews Co. 1904.
- Same. Homeward Bound Edition. 7 vols. Ill. N. Y.: Review of Reviews Co. 1910.
- Same. (In "Addresses and State Papers." 8 vols. N. Y.: P. F. Collier Son. 1910.)
- PROGRESSIVE PRINCIPLES: SELECTIONS FROM ADDRESSES MADE DURING THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OF 1912; edited by Elmer H. Youngman, and including "The Progressive National Platform." N. Y.: Progressive National Service. 1913.
- Same. London: E. Wilson. 1913.
- THE REAL ROOSEVELT: HIS FORCEFUL AND FEARLESS UTTERANCES ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS; selected and arranged by Alan Warner, with a foreword by Lyman Abbott. Ill. London and N. Y.: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1910.
- THE ROOSEVELT BOOK: SELECTIONS FROM THE WRITINGS OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT, with an introduction by Robert Bridges. (Scribner's Series of School Reading.) Ill. N. Y.: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1904.
- Same. New edition. Ill. N. Y.: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1909. The new matter comprises a chapter on Lincoln.
- THE ROOSEVELT DOCTRINE: BEING THE PERSONAL UTTERANCES OF THE PRESIDENT ON VARIOUS MATTERS OF VITAL INTEREST, AUTHORITATIVELY ARRANGED FOR REFERENCE IN THEIR LOGICAL SEQUENCE AND WITH A BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP AND GOVERNMENT; compiled by E. E. Garrison. N. Y.: Robert Grier Cooke. 1904.
- THE ROOSEVELT POLICY: SPEECHES, LETTERS, AND STATE PAPERS, RELATING TO CORPORATE WEALTH AND CLOSELY ALLIED TOPICS, OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT; with introduction by Andrew Carnegie. 2 vols. N. Y.: The Current Literature Pub. Co. 1908.
- Same; enlarged to include newer Roosevelt messages, speeches, letters, and magazine articles, dealing with the war, before and after, and other topics; edited by William Griffith. 3 vols. N. Y.: Current Literature Pub. Co. 1919.
- Vol. 3 contains "Newer Roosevelt Messages, etc." The three-volume set is issued under the title "Roosevelt: His Life, Meaning and Messages."
- Same. 4 vols. N. Y.: Current Literature Pub. Co. 1919.
- Vol. 4 contains "Life and Meaning of Theodore Roosevelt" by E. Thwing. The four-volume set is issued under the title "Roosevelt: His Life, Meaning and Messages."
- ROOSEVELT'S WRITINGS. (Macmillan's Pocket Classics.) N. Y.: The Macmillan Co. 1920.
- SELECTED ADDRESSES AND PUBLIC PAPERS. (Modern Library of the World's Best Books.) N. Y.: Boni & Liveright. 1919.
- STRENUOUS EPIGRAMS. Boston: H. M. Caldwell & Co. 1904.
- Same. (Lotos Series.) Ill. Boston: H. M. Caldwell & Co. 1912.
- THE SUCCESSFUL LIFE; compiled from the speeches of Theodore Roosevelt during his European tour, 1910. London: Hodder & Stoughton. 1910.
- TRUE AMERICANISM. (Ariel Booklets, No. 70.) N. Y.: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1903.
- WHY AMERICA SHOULD JOIN THE ALLIES. (Selections.) London. C. A. Pearson, Ltd. 1915.
- THE WINNING OF THE WEST: EXTRACTS, with biographical and critical note. (In Warner's "Library of the World's Best Literature," vol. 31. N. Y.: The Warner Library Co.)
- THE WORLD MOVEMENT: EXTRACTS FROM MR. THEODORE ROOSEVELT'S ADDRESS DELIVERED AT BERLIN, MAY 12, 1910; edited by F. C. Albrecht. F. C. Albrecht: Rowayton, Conn. 1910.