letter dated September 7, 1883 – from TR to his mother.
print of the Meadow Brook Hunt Meet.
Roosevelt’s personal diary.
The Light has Gone Out
of My Life
of Theodore Roosevelt’s February 14, 1884 diary entry – the day his mother and
wife passed away.
of a grizzly bear.
1886 Winchester rifle
with a wooden handle.
A New Life and New Challenges
letter from Theodore Roosevelt to son, Ted.
letter on New York Police Department letterhead signed by TR (then New York
City Police Commissioner)
skis used by Theodore Roosevelt during snowstorms, while police commissioner.
“It was my one chance”
Filipino Battle Flag
ink stand and pen used by President McKinley to declare war on Spain.
Spanish rifle – used during the Spanish-American War.
and Worm Drive Shaft recovered from the U.S.S. Maine.
used by Major Webb C. Hayes – during battle for San Juan Hill.
worn by Major Webb C. Hayes - during battle for San Juan Hill.
Regimental Flag – from Cuba.
gauge salvaged from the Spanish cruiser Vizcaya.
model of the U.S.S. Olympia.
Rider flag carried during the Spanish-American War.
cup trophy presented to William Howard Taft – while President of the Philippines
used by Filipinos during revolt (a kris, an executioner’s
axe, and a beheading spear).
Cup given to TR in 1907 by the people of the Philippines.
Laurels for a Hero
from Henry Cabot Lodge to Theodore Roosevelt, September
14, 1901 – the day
of President McKinley’s death.
campaign buttons from Theodore Roosevelt’s race for governor.
campaign buttons from McKinley and Roosevelt’s race for the White House.
and Roosevelt 1900 campaign posters.
key to the Temple of Music – from the Pan-American exposition.
William McKinley mourning button.
tray mourning the loss of President McKinley.
from Mrs. McKinley after husband’s death.
McKinley club ribbons from 1898-1900.
The Bully Pulpit
of John Hay – authorizing him to end the Spanish-American War.
Roosevelt’s ratification of the Hay/Bunau-Varilla
extremely rare heart-shaped tray commemorating TR’s
inauguration in 1901.
straight razor commemorating TR’s inauguration.
cape worn by Theodore Roosevelt.
commemorative bandana, c. 1906.
“We Won a Great Triumph”
edition of Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle.
ribbon with button from Theodore Roosevelt’s successful presidential race
sword presented to TR.
Big Stick given to TR.
shield created to commemorate Teddy Roosevelt’s 1905 inauguration.
piece – fish shaped can-opener.
campaign badges form 1904 race.
commemorating the Portsmouth Treaty.
box from Ceylon.
certificate from the Great White Fleet.
Theodore Roosevelt campaign bandana.
from President Roosevelt to son, Ted.
invitation for President Roosevelt’s daughter, Alice.
painting – portrait of Kermit Roosevelt.
painting – portrait of Ethel Roosevelt.
from Teddy’s toiletry case.
Back in the Arena
letter form TR to son, Ted, about Africa.
button from Theodore Roosevelt’s unsuccessful Progressive Party.
Winchester rifle used by TR in Africa.
kit from Theodore Roosevelt’s African safari.
trunk from TR’s African safari.
Zebra, and Black Rhino collected by Teddy and Kermit Roosevelt.
Theodore Roosevelt campaign ribbon.
Party silk bandana, c 1912.
cartoon, c. 1910.
stereograph card depicting Theodore Roosevelt and William H. Taft – reproduction.
showing Theodore Roosevelt leaving capitol on March
4, 1909. – reproduction.
Taft and Sherman 1908 presidential campaign poster.
to Theodore Roosevelt award banquet – May
The Sun Sets
entitled “With the Tide.”
and signed Theodore Roosevelt presidential portrait.
study for Mt. Rushmore.