TR at San Diego Exposition, 1915
Theodore Roosevelt at San Diego Exposition, 1915 | Theodore Roosevelt attends San Diego Exposition, 1915
Theodore Roosevelt attends the Panama-California Exposition on Roosevelt Day, July 27, 1915. He arrives at the United States Government Building in an open touring car with two men in the rear seat. The man who is wearing a ribbon on his coat appears to be George W. Marston, park commissioner. Gilbert Aubrey Davidson, president of the Exposition, and others greet Roosevelt and his party....
Stineman, Ralph P. - Roosevelt, Theodore - Marston, George W. - Davidson, Gilbert Aubrey - Roosevelt, Edith Kermit Carow - Theodore Roosevelt Association Collection (Library of Congress)
TR at Sagamore Hill 
TR at Sagamore Hill, 1917-1918 | Theodore Roosevelt at Sagamore Hill, 1916
On May 27, 1916, shortly before the Republican Party and Progressive Party conventions, the newly formed Roosevelt Non-Partisan League sponsors a demonstration of support for TR at Sagamore Hill. Many prominent men are included in the over 2,000 people who traveled from New York City to Oyster Bay to see TR and hear him speak on "Americanism." Panning shots of crowd gathered around porch;...
Roosevelt, Theodore - Hurd, Richard M. (Richard Melancthon) - Theodore Roosevelt Association Collection (Library of Congress)
TR and Mrs. Roosevelt [at the Panama-California Exposition, 1915]
Theodore Roosevelt and Mrs. Roosevelt at the Panama-California Exposition, 1915 | TR and Mrs. Roosevelt about 1915, location unknown
At the Panama-California Exposition, San Diego, California, on July 27, 1915, Theodore Roosevelt and Edith Roosevelt speak with officials on the steps of what is probably the United States Government Building. Close view of group smiling and talking.
Roosevelt, Theodore - Roosevelt, Edith Kermit Carow - Theodore Roosevelt Association Collection (Library of Congress)
President reviewing school children
President Roosevelt reviewing school children
From the side of a broad avenue, a crowd of people await the arrival of President Theodore Roosevelt. The marching military that precedes his carriage can be seen at a distance of a quarter of a mile away. Four other camera positions along the march include the escort, the dignitaries, and at the conclusion, Roosevelt in his carriage.
Miles, Herbert J. - American Mutoscope and Biograph Company - Paper Print Collection (Library of Congress)