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Teddy Roosevelt: 90-pound Weakling?

Teddy Roosevelt: 90-pound Weakling?

Four year old "Teedie" Theodore Roosevelt in TR suffered greatly from asthma causing him to be sick frequently. Future President of the United States

Teddy Roosevelt with Kermit Roosevelt.

Moments In History by Damon Pettit: Theodore Roosevelt holding grandson Kermit Roosevelt Jr, I thought the picture session was over. Teddy told me he understood.

Theodore Roosevelt as leader of the Rough Riders, 1898.    Photo by Frances Benjamin Johnson

Clio: Photographer of the American Court III Colonel Teddy Roosevelt 1898 First US Volunteer Cavlary

While keeping watch of NYC crime, TR also kept his eyes on the world. After two years he was back in Washington, this time as Assistant Secretary of the Navy.

While keeping watch of NYC crime, TR also kept his eyes on the world. After two years he was back in Washington, this time as Assistant Secretary of the Navy.

Kermit Roosevelt, age 24. In 1913, Theodore Roosevelt’s second-oldest son explored Brazil’s River of Doubt with his father. The river was later named the Rio Roosevelt and a branch of the river was named the Rio Kermit.

Kermit Roosevelt, age In Theodore Roosevelt’s second-oldest son explored Brazil’s River of Doubt with his father. The river was later named the Rio Roosevelt and a branch of the river was named the Rio Kermit. Submitted by jamieiscooking

This is Pres. Theodore Roosevelt's youngest son, Quentin on his pony Algonquin at the White House in 1905. Tragically, Quentin was killed when his plane was shot down during World War I.  A street on Naval Air Station North Island (military base known as the BIRTHPLACE OF NAVAL AVIATION) is named after Quentin Roosevelt.

President Theodore Roosevelt's youngest son, Quentin on his pony Algonquin at the White House in Tragically, Quentin was killed when his plane was shot down during World War I.

"Theodore Roosevelt and his wife Edith strike a characteristic pose. A prolific reader, Teddy keeps his place marked in the book he’s holding.
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Theodore Roosevelt and his wife Edith strike a characteristic pose. A prolific reader, Teddy keeps his place marked in the book he’s holding.

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