Scribner's Sons. 1885-1919, 20 volumes. SUPER SET!!!!!!! Complete, all 20 volumes, as issued by publisher in ORIGIAL SMALL WOODEN BOX with original black stamping on two sides of the box detailing publishing details and Roosevelt's name. IN ADDITION each volume has a DUST JACKET. Jackets range from very good with edge wear/small pieces missing to spines no longer present; 14 volumes have jacket spines the remaining volumes do not. Condition of the actual books very good plus. Item #007728
Theodore Roosevelt was by far our most prolific book writing president, he wrote books ranging from tomes on politics to the histories of several famous leaders and politicians. It is hard to imagine one person being such a busy politician and having the time to write this many books. Volume I: Hunting Trips of a Ranchman; Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail. Volume II: The Wilderness Hunter; Outdoor Pastimes of an American Hunter: Part I. Volume III: Outdoor Pastimes of an American Hunter: Part II; A Book-Lover’s Holidays in the Open. Volume IV: African Game Trails: An Account of the African Wanderings of an American Hunter-Naturalist. Volume V: Through the Brazilian Wilderness and Papers on Natural History. Volume VI: The Naval War of 1812: The History of the United States Navy During the Last War with Great Britain to Which is Appended an Account of The Battle of New Orleans. Volume VII: Thomas Hart Benton; Gouverneur Morris. Volume VIII: The Winning of the West: An Account of the Exploration and Settlement of Our Country from the Alleghanies to the Pacific: Part I. Volume IX: The Winning of the West: An Account of the Exploration and Settlement of Our Country from the Alleghanies to the Pacific: Part II. Volume X: Hero Tales from America History; Oliver Cromwell; New York. Volume XI: The Rough Riders and Men of Action. Volume XII: Literary Essays. Volume XIII: American Ideal; The Strenuous Life; Realizable Ideals. Volume XIV: Campaigns and Controversies. Volume XV: State Papers as Governor and President, 1899-1909. Volume XVI: American Problems. Volume XVII: Social Justice and Popular Rule: Essays, Addresses, and Public Statements Relating to the Progressive Movement (1910-1916). Volume XVIII: America and the World War; Fear God and Take Your Own Part.