Theodore Roosevelt Framed Picture1915 Signed With Lengthy Inscription Framed

By: Pirie MacDonald 1867-1942

Price: $540.00

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Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket


Of all those who have called the White House home, there was perhaps no one tougher, both mentally and physically, than Teddy Roosevelt. Roosevelt served as a New York City police commissioner in the 1890s, scaled the Matterhorn, and was blinded in one eye during a boxing match, according to History.com. From photo by Ian Pirie MacDonald (January 27, 1867 April 22, 1942) was an American portrait photographer, New York City civic leader, and peace advocate. He photographed over 70,000 men in the span of his career, including international heads of state, religious leaders, and artists [Wikipedia]. This was most likely done about the time that Theodore had an exclusive contract with Metropolitan Magazine. Photo itself was taken in 1915. Contemporary wooden screen. 7 lines with bold signature. "Ours must be the democracy of service; in it no man is entitled to enjoy rights unless he performs the corresponding duties; and therefore every man in the land should be trained to perform, and hold at the performance of his military duties. Signed Theodore Roosevelt. " Written on the matting beneath the picture.

Title: Theodore Roosevelt Framed Picture1915 Signed With Lengthy Inscription Framed

Author Name: Pirie MacDonald 1867-1942

Categories: Teddy Roosevelt,

Publisher: Metropolitan Magazine: 1915

Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 39271