Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt on verandah; Edith Kermit Carow (later Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt) and Corinne Roosevelt (later Mrs. Douglas Robinson) on the lawn.
Cartoon showing Benjamin Harrison on Republican Party elephant labeled "Tannerism," which is tearing down civil service rules, as Theodore Roosevelt, Thompson, and C. Lyman try to restrain elephant by pulling o... more
Print shows Thomas C. Platt offering his sword labeled "N.Y. Republican Boss" and a paper labeled "Nomination for Governor" to Theodore Roosevelt who is dressed as a Rough Rider; a pistol at Platt's feet is lab... more
Photograph showing Theodore Roosevelt (center right) talking with another soldier while other troops are working with supplies or engaged in other activities, Montauk Point, New York.
Col. Roosevelt tells the story of the Rough Riders in Scribner's Magazine ... January Scribner's / H.C. Christy.
Advertisement poster for Scribner's magazine, showing Theodore Roosevelt, full-length portrait, standing, in uniform, with left hand on hip.
Photograph showing Theodore Roosevelt on right, Leonard Wood is next to him and former Civil War Confederate General, Joseph Wheeler is next to Wood. Taylor MacDonald is on the far left and Major Alexander Oswa... more
Print shows Puck tugging on the coattails of Theodore Roosevelt's coat, telling him to think before he speaks; Roosevelt is delivering a campaign speech from a platform.
Print shows diminutive gladiators labeled "Jones", "J.D. Sayers" with large sword labeled "State Anti-Trust Laws", "Bryan" with large sword labeled "Demagogism", "Hearst", "Pingree", "Hogg of Texas" with sword ... more
Illustration showing "Teddy" Roosevelt, in his rough-rider uniform, being drawn to "Vice Presidential Waters" by four women labeled "North," "East," "South," [and] "West."
The Teddy idea of a Vice-President who would "do things" (A pictorial reflection of a notion that prevailed quite generally to the effect that Colonel Roosevelt, - in case of his election to the Vice-Presidency, - would enliven that proverbially sedate and obscure office with his characteristic strenousness.)
Photograph of a cartoon showing Theodore Roosevelt dressed as a gaucho shooting at the feet of a woman in an American flag dress and Statue of Liberty crown as a heavy, cigar-smoking gaucho plays guitar.