Talk:Quentin Roosevelt

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Quentin Roosevelt - the son most like TR[edit]

Quentin had nearly all of his father's positive traits and not many of his negative ones. What would he have amounted to had he not been shot down in World War I? SimonATL 18:21, 31 May 2006 (UTC)

No way to answer this question in a way that satisfies WP:V.

Interesting[edit]

Anyone find it interesting that his name is Quentin and he attended Harvard in the 1910s? If you've read a bit of Faulkner, this seems highly amusing.

Honoe[edit]

Did the inscription on the cross really say "Here rests on the field of honoe?"

Memorabilia of Quentin's plane[edit]

As a child, i have a good souvenir of the remains of Quentin's plane : the propeller, the front radiator, one wheel and a small memorial with photos was placed in the MAFA (Maison de l'Amitié Franco-Américaine) in Chateau-Thierry. Today, the MAFA is closed, but i will try to obtain the current location of this propeller and post a photo of it. Zeugma fr (talk) 18:49, 14 April 2009 (UTC)