This photograph by Frances Benjamin Johnston shows Archie and Quentin Roosevelt, President Theodore Roosevelt's youngest sons, standing in an inspection line with uniformed guards near the White House.
This photograph is a portrait of the entire Roosevelt family: President Theodore Roosevelt, First Lady Edith Roosevelt, and their six children. Left to right: Quentin, President Roosevelt, Theodore III (Ted), Archibald (Archie), Alice, Kermit, First Lady Edith Roosevelt, Ethel.
This portrait of the Roosevelt family was taken by Pach Brothers Standing left to right: Kermit Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt III. Seated left to right: Quentin Roosevelt, President Theodore Roosevelt, Archie Roosevelt, First Lady Edith Roosevelt, Ethel Roosevelt.
The President and Everyone of the Family Went for a Drive in the Country
This illustration by George Varian shows President Theodore Roosevelt, First Lady Edith Roosevelt and their boys Theodore III, Kermit, Archie, and Quentin taking a carriage ride. The caption reads: "The President and Every One of the Family Went for a Drive into the Country."
This drawing by F.W. Brouard illustrates an anecdote describing how Quentin Roosevelt sought to comfort his older brother, Archie, who was ill with the measles. With the help of one of the coachmen, he brought their horse, Algonquin, to Archie's bedroom for a visit.