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  • President Theodore Roosevelt with the 1908 U.S. Olympic Team
    Unknown
    sports
    New York
    residence
    presidential sites & libraries
    This photograph, taken in August 1908, shows President Theodore Roosevelt with members of the 1908 United States Olympic Team at Sagamore Hill, his New York residence. The athletes visited in August 1908, following their return from the London Olympic Games. During the reception, President Roosevelt greeted each athlete by name and was presented with trophies won by gold medalists Mel Sheppard and John Flanagan.
  • Theodore Roosevelt
    Tadé Styka
    portrait
    This painting of Theodore Roosevelt was painted by Polish artist Tadé Styka circa 1909. Styka depicts Roosevelt during his time with the Rough Riders, a volunteer cavalry unit that Roosevelt led during the Spanish-American War. The painting later hung in the Roosevelt Room of the White House. A former governor of New York, Roosevelt became president upon the assassination of William McKinley, on September 14, 1901 and served until March 4, 1909. This painting was acquired for the White House Collection by the White House Historical Association in 1974.
  • Theodore Roosevelt
    Tadé Styka
    portrait
    This painting of Theodore Roosevelt was painted by Polish artist Tadé Styka circa 1909. Styka depicts Roosevelt during his time with the Rough Riders, a volunteer cavalry unit that Roosevelt led during the Spanish-American War. The painting later hung in the Roosevelt Room of the White House. A former governor of New York, Roosevelt became president upon the assassination of William McKinley, on September 14, 1901 and served until March 4, 1909. This painting was acquired for the White House Collection by the White House Historical Association in 1974.
  • Theodore Roosevelt
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing
    portrait
    engraving
    This engraving of President Theodore Roosevelt was produced by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. After early struggles including a sickly childhood and the loss of his first wife and mother on the same day, Roosevelt became a vigorous outdoorsman, big game hunter, and rancher. During the Spanish-American War, Roosevelt was colonel of the Rough Rider Regiment, which he led on a charge at the battle of San Juan. Roosevelt later was elected governor of New York, and served as vice president to William McKinley; he became president in 1901 following McKinley's assassination.
  • Theodore Roosevelt in Front of Railroad Observation Car
    National Photo Company
    transportation
    This black and white photograph from March 1905 depicts President Theodore Roosevelt standing in between two unidentified men in front of a train. The photograph was possibly taken as President Roosevelt made his way back to Washington, D.C. from New York after attending the wedding of his niece Eleanor Roosevelt and future president Franklin D. Roosevelt on March 17, 1905. The two travelling with the president may have been Secret Service men. The Secret Service began fulltime protection of the President of the United States beginning in 1902.
  • Theodore Roosevelt
    Leet Bros.
    portrait
    This is a photograph of President Theodore Roosevelt sitting at his desk in 1904. A former governor of New York, Roosevelt became president upon the assassination of President William McKinley on September 14, 1901 and served until March 4, 1909. President Roosevelt is credited with officially changing the name of the President's House to what is was popularly and commonly referred to at the time, the White House. Roosevelt's presidential letterhead read "Executive Mansion" before switching later to "The White House," after Roosevelt changed the name.
  • Theodore Roosevelt's "Tennis Cabinet"
    Barnett McFee Clinedinst
    staff
    South Grounds
    This photograph shows President Theodore Roosevelt with his "Tennis Cabinet", the group of young staffers with whom he enjoyed playing sports.
  • Theodore Roosevelt at his Desk
    Unknown
    staff
    West Wing
    Roosevelt Room
    This photograph shows President Theodore Roosevelt behind his desk speaking to his private secretary, William Loeb, Jr. The photograph was taken at the president's office in the West Wing. On November 5, 1902, Roosevelt became the first president to work from an office in the West Wing. Though the West Wing was built in 1902 during Roosevelt's time in office, the Oval Office was not built until 1909, during William H. Taft's administration. The rectangular room selected by Theodore Roosevelt as his office was expanded and replaced by a conference room in 1934. In 1969, the room that occupies the space was renamed the "Roosevelt Room" to honor the contributions of presidents Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin D. Roosevelt in the creation and expansion of the West Wing. The original print for this image was a silver gelatin stereocard.
  • Theodore Roosevelt and St. Bernard, Rollo
    Unknown
    pets
    This photograph shows President Theodore Roosevelt with his dog, Rollo.
  • Theodore Roosevelt on Horseback
    Unknown
    pets
    sports
    This photograph shows President Theodore Roosevelt on his horse while jumping a fence.
  • Theodore Roosevelt's First Cabinet Meeting in the New Executive Offices
    Unknown
    Cabinet
    This photograph shows President Theodore Roosevelt holding his first cabinet meeting in the new Cabinet Room in the West Wing on November 6, 1902. After the Roosevelt renovations, the Cabinet Room moved from the Second Floor of the Executive Mansion into the newly built West Wing.
  • Theodore Roosevelt Watching Theodore, Jr. on a Horse
    Barnett McFee Clinedinst
    First Family
    pets
    sports
    This photograph by Clinedinst shows Theodore Roosevelt, while still Vice President, watching his son Theodore jumping his horse over a fence.
  • Last Meeting of President Theodore Roosevelt's Cabinet
    Harris & Ewing
    Cabinet
    This photograph by Harris & Ewing shows President Theodore Roosevelt holding the final cabinet meeting of his administration. The meeting took place in the Cabinet Room, located in the West Wing. During Roosevelt's administration, he oversaw a large renovation that included the addition of the West Wing and this room.
  • Theodore Roosevelt
    National Photo Company
    portrait
    This photograph by National Photo Company is a full length portrait of President Theodore Roosevelt. He is shown seated in front of a fireplace with a large globe behind his right shoulder.
  • Roosevelt Children Pose with Pets
    Unknown
    First Family
    pets
    This portrait photograph shows President Theodore Roosevelt's children and their pets. Left to right: Theodore III, Ethel, Alice, Quentin, Kermit, and Archie.
  • Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. and Pet Macaw, Eli Yale
    Frances Benjamin Johnston
    First Family
    pets
    This photograph by Frances Benjamin Johnston shows Theodore Roosevelt III, referred to as "Jr." and son of President Theodore Roosevelt, with his pet macaw, Eli Yale. The macaw's namesake, Elihu Yale, was the benefactor for Yale University.
  • Roosevelt Family at Christmas: "None Appeared More Astonished than Mr. Roosevelt"
    George Varian
    First Family
    Christmas
    holidays
    This drawing by George Varian shows the Roosevelt family admiring a Christmas tree. The caption reads: "None appeared more astonished than Mr. Roosevelt."
  • Teddy Roosevelt, Jr. and Eli Yale
    Frances Benjamin Johnston
    First Family
    pets
    This photograph by Frances Benjamin Johnston show Theodore Roosevelt III, son of President Theodore Roosevelt and referred to as "Jr.", posing with his blue macaw, Eli Yale. The macaw's namesake, Elihu Yale, was the benefactor for Yale University.
  • William Howard Taft and Theodore Roosevelt
    Unknown
    inauguration
    This photograph shows President Theodore Roosevelt standing with President-elect William Howard Taft on the day of Taft's inauguration.
  • Theodore Roosevelt in the President's Room
    Rockwood Photo Co.
    portrait
    This photograph by Rockwood Photo Company is a full length portrait of President Theodore Roosevelt. He is shown standing in front of a fireplace with a large globe at his right in the President's Room in the Executive Office Building. The building, today known as the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, is next door to the West Wing.
  • The Theodore Roosevelt Family
    Unknown
    First Family
    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.
  • Theodore Roosevelt Sets Up Train Set for his Children
    George Varian
    First Family
    This drawing by George Varian shows President Theodore Roosevelt setting up an miniature train set for his children Ethel, Theodore III, Kermit, Archie, and Quentin.
  • President Roosevelt and the Third Term Nomination - Is This a Prophecy?
    Unknown
    political cartoon
    This political cartoon illustrates the discourse surrounding a possible third term in office for President Theodore Roosevelt. Roosevelt served two terms as president from 1901 to 1909 as a Republican and ran for a third term on the Progressive Party, or "Bull Moose" Party, ticket in the 1912 election.
  • Theodore Roosevelt
    Unknown
    portrait
    This photograph shows President Theodore Roosevelt giving a speech with the American flag flying behind him.
  • President Theodore Roosevelt and Family
    Pach Brothers
    First Family
    pets
    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.