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  • John A. Gable
    This is the schedule for Kathleen Dalton s book tour on behalf of her new biography, THEODORE ROOSEVELT: A STRENUOUS LIFE, published by Random House. Capt.
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      This is the schedule for Kathleen Dalton's book tour on behalf of her new
      biography, THEODORE ROOSEVELT: A STRENUOUS LIFE, published by Random House.
      Capt. Greg Wynn told me that he finds something new that he did not know on
      almost every page of this new book! The book may be controversial , or it
      may not. It will be interesting to see. But I am sure nobody will be bored
      by this biography. It is best appreciated perhaps by those who have already
      read one, two, or three other biographies of TR. Perhaps Kathleen Dalton
      could appear at your local book store, club, organization, school. The
      book will be out soon in October. Be sure to read it.
      John Gable in Oyster Bay
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      From: <kdalton@...>
      To: <TRA_Gable@...>
      Sent: Monday, September 30, 2002 1:39 PM
      Subject: Book talks


      Dear John,
      It was good to talk with you--here is what I have scheduled so far.
      Best regards,
      Kathy

      Kathleen Dalton, Theodore Roosevelt: A Strenuous Life
      Book Tour Schedule
      9-30-02 version
      Publicity contact: Sheila O'Shea: 212-572-2151, soshea@...
      for general information about the book:
      http://www.randomhouse.com/knopf/catalog/display.pperl?isbn=067944663X
      October 2002:
      15-
      16-
      17-20-Buffalo, New York---Talk on "Sin, Sex, and Censorship: Theodore
      Roosevelt and Moral Reform" and book signing--at a televised
      conference, "The Big Stick and the Square Deal: the Presidency of
      Theodore Roosevelt," contact Molly Quackenbush, Theodore Roosevelt
      Inaugural Site, Molly_Quackenbush@... 716-884-0095; websites:
      http://www.nps.gov/thri/home.htm and
      http://www.nps.gov/thri/TRSymposium.htm
      21-
      22-
      23-
      24-
      25-5:15-6 P.M. --Andover, Massachusetts--Talk on "Theodore Roosevelt and
      the Overpowering Importance of Anthropology" at the Peabody Museum-under
      Parents' Weekend activities see website: http://www.andover.edu/
      26-2:15-3 P.M. --Andover, Massachusetts--Talk on "Theodore Roosevelt and
      the Overpowering Importance of Anthropology" at the Peabody Museum--contact
      mblustain@... or mebner@...-Parents' Weekend book signing
      afterward
      27-
      28-
      29-
      30- Oyster Bay, New York--
      5:30 P.M. Book signing at Book Mark Cafe--Jane Fox--
      7 P.M. Talk on "Theodore Roosevelt and His Era" hosted by Friends
      of Sagamore Hill, Doubleday Babcock Senior Center, 45 East Main
      Street, --Ann D-Elia-516-367-8689-- local publicity contact Adrian Bogart
      516-759-0533 fax 516- 671-0408--
      website:http://www.nps.gov/sahi/pphtml/newseventsdetail5593.html
      31-New York, New York--City College, C.U.N.Y., History Dept. and the
      Rifkind Center, 137th Street, 12:30-2, "Theodore Roosevelt and the
      Biographer's Art," contact Harriet Alonso halonso@... or see
      website:http://www.ccny.cuny.edu/rifkind/contact.html or
      http://www.ccny.cuny.edu/
      November 2002:
      1-
      2-
      3-
      4-Newark, New Jersey--Talk on "What President Bush can learn from Theodore
      Roosevelt,"Center on Global Change and Governance, Rutgers University,
      Newark campus, 12:30 P.M. contact Richard Langhorne or
      Janlewis@...
      5--Riverdale, New York--Talk on subject to be determined, Horace Mann
      School talk--New York City, contact barrybienstock@...
      6-Philadelphia, Pennsylvania--Talk on "Theodore Roosevelt and Women" at
      University of Pennsylvania Bookstore, Sansom Common, 3601 Walnut St.
      Philadelphia, PA 19104-3895, 7 P.M.-- contact Chris Hibbard 215-898-4900
      7-
      8-
      9-
      10-
      11-
      12-
      13-Portland, Maine--Portland Public Library-lunch talk on "Corporate Crime
      in Theodore Roosevelt's Time and Now"-11:2-Sheldon Kaye director, with
      Longfellow Books booksigning --contact Sheldon Kaye, Director, Portland
      Public Library, 5 Monument Square, Portland, ME
      04101--207/871-1755--website: http://www.portlandlibrary.com/going.html
      14-Cambridge, Massachusetts-Cambridge Public Library talk-"The Theodore
      Roosevelt We Thought We Knew," 6 P.M. Main branch 446 Broadway,
      http://www.ci.cambridge.ma.us/~CPL/ contact Susan Flannery 617-349-4032
      15-Cambridge, Massachusetts--"Theodore Roosevelt and Women's History,"
      Charles Warren Center, Robinson Hall Basement Seminar Room, 4-6 P.M., open
      to the public, contact Pat Denault
      pdenault@...--http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~cwc/#
      http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~cwc/docket/events.html
      16-
      17-Roswell, Georgia--Bulloch Hall, Lecture "Theodore Roosevelt and the
      Biographer's Art" and Book signing, 4 p.m., followed by reception, Historic
      Roswell Foundation-Pam Billingsley or Penny McMillan contact 770-992-1731
      18-Atlanta, Georgia--"Theodore Roosevelt, Race, and the Challenge of Doing
      Public History"--History Dept. at Georgia State University, contact
      Professor Richard Laub, 165 Hale St. N.E. Atlanta, GA 30307, 404-681-0866,
      HISREL@...--website:http://www.gsu.edu/~wwwexa/news/
      19-
      20-
      21-Oakland, California--lunchtime talk, Mills College, History Dept. Prof.
      Bertram Gordon 510-430-2160 bmgordon@...,
      website:http://www.mills.edu/about/directions.html
      22-New York, New York--Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace talk, "Theodore
      Roosevelt and the New York He Loved," Auditorium, 28 East 20th Street,
      212-260-1616--6 P.M. website: http://www.nps.gov/thrb/,
      http://www.nps.gov/thrb/pphtml/contacts.html

      23-
      24-
      25-
      26-
      27-
      28-Thanksgiving

      December 2002:
      2-
      3-
      4-ra busy
      5--Andover, Massachusetts--Book Talk and Signing, Andover Book Store,
      --contact Julie Carlson--andover.bookstore@..., website:
      http://andoverbookstore.com/framesetb.html
      6-
      7-Providence, Rhode Island--Books on the Square, 471 Angell St.
      Providence--Signing, 1 P.M.--contact sarah@..., 401-331-9097,
      website: http://www.booksq.com/m08map.htm
      8-
      9-
      10-
      11-
      12-
      13-
      14-
      15-
      16-
      17
      18
      19
      20
      21-
      January 2003: back teaching full-time at P.A.
      19-20--History Channel--Kathleen Dalton is featured in the TR
      documentary series--http://www.historychannel.com/ontv/index.html
      February 2003:
      March :
      1-19? --Philadelphia, Pennsylvania--Possible talk at Historical
      Society of Pennsylvania--kwilson@...--invitation issued, date not
      firm
      20--Lewiston, Maine--Great Falls Forum: 12-1:Le Page Conference
      Center on Campus Ave., http://www.lplonline.org/gffseason.html--or
      contact State Senator Peggy Rotundo
      20-Lewiston Public Library--book signing
      April 2003:
      5-Memphis, Tennessee--Talk on Black Tom, TR, and America's
      Vulnerability, at the Organization of American Historians annual meetings,
      3:30-5:30 P.M.

      book store ordering: Wanda Knight
      > > 1-800-200-3552 ext. 9686
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