The Shadow Of Alice Roosevelt Longworth

Russell, Francis
March 1980
National Review;3/21/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p354
The article narrates the author's personal contact with Alice Roosevelt Longworth, daughter of former U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, in line with his biographical book "The Shadow of Blooming Grove." The opinion of the Ohio Historical Society on the content of the book is stated. It offers information on the clarifications made by Longworth on the content of the book. It discusses the impact of the Harding lawsuit on the book.


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