Listen in as Clay & David discuss their summers, the commemorative quarter for Theodore Roosevelt National Park, and new projects — including the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library and a new book about conservation. Animadversions on this episode broach subjects such as food, recording quality and bibliophilic materialism.
You can read about the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library on their website.
From the way he's talking in this 1776 Club broadcast, it sounds like Clay needs some help with his new book! He's been hard at word in the kitchen, up to his ears in honey, glazing ham, roasting carrots, sweetening tea... and now his hands are so sticky with honey that he can hardly turn a page without ruining his research materials! #justscholarlythings
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