- Item 25902 - Roosevelt Tablet, Good Will Farm, 1921
- Contributed by L.C. Bates Museum / Good Will-Hinckley Homes
- Item 25902
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Newton Plummer, who had lived at Good Will as a boy from 1904-1906 and was a financial writer in New York, erected the monument to Theodore Roosevelt after the death of the former president in 1919.Show Details
Plummer obtained a stone from Roosevelt's estate at Sagamore Hill to be part of the monument. The monument was dedicated on Sept. 5, 1921.
It honors Roosevelt's role in promoting conservation.