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Memories Of The White House, The Home Life Of Our Presidents From Lincoln To Roosevelt

Being Personal Recollections Of Colonel W. H. Crook

by William Henry Crook

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsHenry Edward Rood (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages378
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10570839M
ISBN 100548260753
ISBN 109780548260753

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Memories Of The White House, The Home Life Of Our Presidents From Lincoln To Roosevelt by William Henry Crook Download PDF EPUB FB2

After Lincoln's assassination (while Crook was off duty), he continued to work in the White House for a total of over 50 years, serving 12 presidents.

Even during the height of the American Civil War, presidential security was lax/5. The assassination of Lincoln and Garfield, various weddings at the White House,the impeachment of President Johnson, were among the events which Colonel Crook recalled in his Memories of the White House.

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Memories of the White House: the home life of our presidents from Lincoln to Roosevelt. [W H Crook; Henry Edward Rood].

Excerpt from Memories of the White House: The Home Life of Our Presidents From Lincoln to Roosevelt I beg to express my indebtedness to Mr. Henry Rood, who first suggested to me these personal recollections of the family and home life of the Presidents I have known, while they resided in the White House/5(10).

Get this from a library. Memories of the White House: the home life of our presidents from Lincoln to Roosevelt, being personal recollections of Colonel W.H. Crook. [W H Crook; Henry Rood]. Crook, Memories of the White House: The Home Life of Our Presidents from Lincoln to Roosevelt, Being Personal Recollections of Colonel W.

Crook, ed. Henry Rood (Boston: Little, Brown, ), Quoted in Francis B. Carpenter, Six Months at the White House: The Story of a Picture (New York: Hurd and Houghton, ), Quoted in ibid. William Henry Crook, Memories of the White House: The Home Life of Our Presidents from Lincoln to Roosevelt, Being Personal Recollections of Colonel W.

Crook, comp. and ed. Henry Rood (Boston: Little, Brown, ), After that first Christmas tree made its way into the Roosevelt White House, the president let his son Archie put up a holiday tree annually in his room.

However, the White House tried to keep this fact from appearing in the newspapers. Sources: Crook, William H. Memories of the White House: The Home Life of Our Presidents From Lincoln to Author: History Bot. Thirty-six years in the White House: Lincoln-Roosevelt Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

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Crook, Memories of the White House: The Home Life of Our Presidents from Lincoln to Roosevelt (), p. A volume of photostats, "Egg-Rolling on the White. For Mary Lincoln, the White House was a political goal, a social challenge — and a private hell. Here, funerals for both her beloved son Willie and her revered husband were held.

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McClary (signature). Includes W. Crook ALS to Henry Rood, January 6, Show more/5(15). At first it appeared like one of any number of photographs of Lincoln’s funeral procession, until he identified the house on the corner as that of Cornelius van Schaack Roosevelt, the grandfather of future President Teddy Roosevelt and his brother Elliot.

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Two days after her birth, in the same house, her mother died of undiagnosed Born: Alice Lee Roosevelt, FebruNew. Turth be told, Roosevelt is one the greatest presidents the United States ever had based on his personality and the challenges he faced while in the White House.

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A year and a half ago I was invited by the City History Club of New York to make an address about my brother on Washington's Birthday.