• TR reviews and addresses troops [Fort Sheridan, Ill.]; TR riding in auto, Chicago, 1917 /

    Copyright: no reg. Appearing: President Theodore Roosevelt, Captain Georges Etienne Bertrand, Colonel James A. Ryan, Arthur Meeker, Samuel Insull. Duration: 1:34 at 18 fps. Two segments of TR during a midwestern speaking tour in support of military preparedness. On September 27, 1917, TR visited the officers' training camp at Fort Sheridan, Illinois. Views of troops marching past a reviewing stand for inspection by TR ...

    • Original Format: Film, Video
    • Date: 1917
  • TR speaking in St. Paul, Minnesota, 1918 /

    Copyright: unknown. Location and date in title unverified. Appearing: Theodore Roosevelt. Duration: 0:39 at 18 fps. Views of TR, wearing a mourning armband for his son Quentin, delivering a speech from a covered platform to a large crowd gathered in an open area of what appears to be a factory and surrounding area; close-up of TR, prepared text in hand, speaking to the camera. ...

    • Original Format: Film, Video
    • Date: 1918
  • Scenes of TR and his sons Quentin and Archie, 1917-1918 [2] /

    Copyright: no reg. Appearing: President Roosevelt, Quentin Roosevelt, Archie Roosevelt. Duration: 1:07 at 18 fps. Unrelated segments of Quentin, Archie, and TR at various times and locations. Medium close view of Quentin wearing a WWI uniform standing by a wooden shed in Mineola, New York, May 1917; long shot of Archie in uniform astride a horse possibly in 1917; Archie in uniform, with a ...

    • Original Format: Film, Video
    • Date: 1917
  • TR in Baltimore during Liberty Loan drive, 1918 /

    Copyright: no reg. Appearing: President Theodore Roosevelt, Cardinal James Gibbons, Governor Emerson C. Harrington, Mrs. Thomas J. Preston, Dr. Thomas J. Preston. Duration: 0:54 at 16 fps. On Sept. 28, 1918, Theodore Roosevelt is the principal speaker at the opening of the fourth Liberty Loan campaign in Oriole Baseball Park, Baltimore, Maryland. Wearing a mourning armband for his son, Quentin, Roosevelt walks across the ...

    • Original Format: Film, Video
    • Date: 1918