Theodore Roosevelt and His Children
Eric Burns talked about his book, The Golden Lad: The Haunting Story of Quentin and Theodore Roosevelt. In his book, Mr. Burns explores the relationships Theodore Roosevelt had with his children and specifically, with his youngest son Quentin, who was shot down and killed by enemy German pilots during World War I. close
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Louise Mirrer President and CEO New York Historical Society
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