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Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1858/10/27 Born in New York City Born Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site New York City
1865/04/25 Lincoln's funeral procession moves down Broadway, passing the home of Cornelius Van Schaack Roosevelt (SW corner of Broadway and 14th St, demolished) where his 7 year old grandson, Theodore, watches from a 2nd-floor window. Mourner Union Square Park New York City Funeral of Abraham Lincoln
1872/00/00 Theodore Roosevelt meets William Sewall Visitor William Sewall House Island Falls
1880/00/00 Theodore Roosevelt and fiance Alice Hathaway buy land in Cove Neck Owner Sagamore Hill National Historic Site Town of Oyster Bay, NY
1880/11/27 Alice Hathaway Lee marries Theodore Roosevelt Groom First Parish Unitarian Church Brookline Marriage of Alice Hathaway Lee and Theodore Roosevelt
1883/09/00 Theodore Roosevelt arrives in the Medora Badlands. Before he leaves, he will buy the primary interest in the Chimney Butte Ranch (known locally as the Maltese Cross Ranch). Visitor Theodore Roosevelt National Park Medora
1883/09/00 Before Theodore Roosevelt leaves the Medora Badlands, he buys the primary interest in the Chimney Butte Ranch (known locally as the Maltese Cross Ranch). Owner Maltese Cross Cabin Theodore Roosevelt National Park - South Unit, SD
1884/02/16 Double funeral for Alice Roosevelt and Martha Bulloch Roosevelt Mourner Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church New York City Theodore Roosevelt's Double Tragedy
1884/02/16 Alice Hathaway Roosevelt and Martha Bulloch Roosevelt are buried at Green-Wood Cemetery Mourner Green-Wood Cemetery New York City Theodore Roosevelt's Double Tragedy
1887/00/00 Theodore and Edith Carow Roosevelt move into Sagamore Hill Home Sagamore Hill National Historic Site Town of Oyster Bay, NY
1890/00/00 As a North Dakota rancher, Roosevelt travels in Wyoming in the 1880s and visits the Cheyenne Club and Buffalo twice. He apparently stayed at the Occidental when he came to hunt in the Big Horn Mountains. Guest The Occidental Hotel Buffalo
1894/06/00 Theodore Roosevelt lectures for the ASUE during two summer seasons at the Riverton Lyceum in 1893 and 1894. He stayed with Samuel Allen, a Pennsylvania Railroad executive who lived at 404 Lippincott Ave during an unknown visit. Work Riverton Historic District Riverton Borough
1897/04/16 President McKinley appoints Theodore Roosevelt as the Assistant Secretary of the Navy. Roosevelt supported Alfred Thayer Mahan theory that the US needed a modern navy to protect its growing interests around the world. Work Eisenhower Executive Office Building Washington, DC
1898/05/15 Theodore Roosevelt resigns his post as Assistant Secretary of the Navy, leaves Washington and joins Colonel Leonard Wood's First US Volunteer Cavalry, known as the Rough Riders. US Officer Eisenhower Executive Office Building Washington, DC Spanish-American War
1898/07/01 Rough Riders, 3rd Cavalry and 10th Cavalry charge up Kettle Hill American Commander Memorial Loma de San Juan Santiago de Cuba Battle of San Juan Hill
1899/06/00 La Castaneda host Rough Riders during their first reunion Participant Castaneda Hotel Las Vegas, NM First Rough Riders Reunion
1899/06/23 Rough Riders camp in Lincoln Park at their First reunion Participant Lincoln Park Historic District Las Vegas, NM First Rough Riders Reunion
1900/00/00 The Palisades Interstate Park Commission is establish by governors Theodore Roosevelt of New York and Foster M Voorhees of New Jersey to protect the Palisades from quarry activities. Work Palisades Interstate Park Alpine
1900/00/00 The Palisades Interstate Park Commission is establish by governors Theodore Roosevelt of New York and Foster M Voorhees of New Jersey to protect the Palisades from quarry activities. Work Palisades Interstate Park Fort Lee
1900/00/00 The Palisades Interstate Park Commission is establish by governors Theodore Roosevelt of New York and Foster M Voorhees of New Jersey to protect the Palisades from quarry activities. Work Palisades Interstate Park Palisades
1901/00/00 Theodore Roosevelt dines at Edgeplain in the summer of 1901 Visitor Edgeplain Colorado Springs
1901/09/14 Theodore Roosevelt is inaugurated as President of the United States. US President Theodore Roosevelt, Inaugural National Historic Site Buffalo, NY
1901/12/01 Lowndes Grove host the Charleston Exposition 1901-1902. Visitor Lowndes Grove Charleston South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Exposition
1902/01/15 Senate Park Commission exhibit their proposals at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, including two vast models of the District of Columbia, one showing it as it existed in 1901 and the other showing their plans. US President Corcoran Gallery of Art Washington, DC
1902/07/01 President Roosevelt lays cornerstone of Grace Reformed Church Dignitary Grace Reformed Church, Sunday School and Parish House Washington, DC
1902/08/00 Presidential Roosevelt spends the night with the Hay family at The Fells during a tour of New England. Visitor Hay Estate Newbury
1902/08/23 President Teddy Roosevelt gives his "Trust" speech from steps of Providence City Hall toward a crowd assembled on Kennedy Plaza. US President Providence City Hall Providence, RI
1902/09/04 Grand Duke Boris has lunch with President Roosevelt at Sagamore Hill. Edith Roosevelt does not want to be present at the reception due to Boris' reported behavior in New York City. She suggests that the meeting to be "of the briefest official character." Host Sagamore Hill National Historic Site Town of Oyster Bay, NY Boris Vladimirovich's World Tour
1902/09/16 President Teddy Roosevelt visits Ellis Island to inspect how immigrants are processed. US President Ellis Island Immigration Depot Statue of Liberty National Monument
1902/11/11 Chamber of Commerce Building is dedicated Dignitary Chamber of Commerce Building New York City
1903/00/00 President and Mrs Theodore Roosevelt visit with John Burroughs at Slabsides. Visitor Slabsides (John Burroughs Cabin) West Park
1903/00/00 President Theodore Roosevelt lays down the cornerstone for the arch at the Northeast Entrance. Dignitary Northeast Entrance Station Yellowstone National Park
1903/00/00 Theodore Roosevelt was a member during his 8 years in Washington Member Grace Reformed Church, Sunday School and Parish House Washington, DC
1903/01/01 Book inscription to Henry Payne from T Roosevelt: "To that staunch and loyal friend, and able and upright public servant Henry C Payne with the affectionate regard of Theodore Roosevelt Jan 1st, 1903." Mrs Payne donated her library to Milwaukee Cub. Book Giver Milwaukee Club Milwaukee
1903/01/18 President Theodore Roosevelt sends a wireless massage to King Edward VII. Marconi Wireless Station Site Cape Cod National Seashore
1903/02/00 At the invitation of Theodore Roosevelt, John Singer Sargent lives in the White House during the month of February to work on Roosevelt's official presidential portrait. Sitter Theodore Roosevelt The White House Washington, DC
1903/04/00 In early April, the Deutscher Club host President Theodore Roosevelt to lunch in the Govorner's Room. Guest Alexander Mitchell House Milwaukee
1903/05/06 President Theodore Roosevelt visits the Grand Canyon and is deeply moved by the unique landscape. In 1906, Roosevelt signed a bill that proclaimed the area the Grand Canyon Game Reserve, and two years later, he made it a national monument. Visitor Grand Canyon NP - South Rim Arizona
1903/06/01 Roosevelt attends a wild west show presented in his honor and later that day rides horseback to an evening barbeque at the Warren ranch. Guest Nagle-Warren Mansion Cheyenne
1905/00/00 Huron National Wildlife Refuge is established by President Theodore Roosevelt President Huron Islands Michigan
1905/03/04 Theodore Roosevelt's Inaugural Ball is held in the Pension Building. President National Building Museum Washington, DC
1905/03/16 TR host Edith Wharton, George Cabot Lodge, his wife Mathilda, and Cornelia Bryce Pinchot for a literary salon. Host The White House Washington, DC
1905/03/17 Eleanor Roosevelt marries Franklin Roosevelt in New York Gave away the Bride Ludlow-Parish Houses New York City Marriage of Eleanor Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt
1905/06/09 TR arrives at Pine Knot, a perfectly delightful little place. During the weekend, TR rustls up a breakfast of fried eggs and bacon and later surprises his wife by cooking up two chickens. Edith did not cook. Vacation Home Pine Knot Scottsville
1905/08/05 Theodore Roosevelt meets envoys of Russia and Japan separately in the Sagamore Hill Library and then brings them together to inaugurate the Conference that will end in the Treaty of Portsmouth. Home Sagamore Hill National Historic Site Town of Oyster Bay, NY Treaty of Portsmouth
1905/12/27 Accompanied by Mrs Roosevelt and the children, Ethel, Kermit and Archie, the President leave Washington at 11:30 o'clock for a five days' outing. The trip is made via the Southern Railway in the private car, Rover, attached to a regular train. Life Union Station Washington, DC
1905/12/27 President Roosevelt and party arrive here shortly before 3 o'clock this afternoon. The party take carriages immediately for Pine Knot, Mrs Roosevelt's country place. The President will remain there until Sunday afternoon. Life North Garden Virginia
1905/12/28 Theodore Roosevelt Jr joins the family holiday at Pine Knot. The only Roosevelt furniture at Pine Knot is a large table that dates back to the early 1900s. Life Pine Knot Scottsville
1905/12/31 When at their mountain home the Roosevelts attend divine services at Christ Church, St Ann's parish, which is located but a short distance from the lodge at Pine Knot. Faith Christ Church Glendower Keene
1906/11/00 Theodore Roosevelt inspects the Panama Canal. Dignitary Panama Canal Panama Building the Panama Canal
1906/11/15 TR and Manuel Amador Guerrero, first President of Panama, visit the Cathedral in Panama City. Dignitary Panama Viejo Panama City
1906/12/10 Mr Herbert HD Peirce, American envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to Norway, acceptes the Nobel Peace Prize on behalf of US Theodore President Roosevelt. Mr Peirce's speech included the reading of a telegram from the President: Recipient
1907/04/26 President Theodore Roosevelt opens the Jamestown Exposition and presides over the naval review. Dignitary Jamestown Exposition Site Buildings Norfolk Jamestown Exposition
1907/04/26 After sailing down the Potomac into Hampton Roads on the presidential yacht Mayflower. Roosevelt is greeted by 100-gun salute by 16 American battleships, along with naval vessels from Great Britain, Germany, Argentina, Brazil and Chile. Dignitary Monitor-Merrimac Overlook Park Hampton Jamestown Exposition
1907/06/15 The Second International Peace Conference at the Hague, Netherlands opens. The conference concluded on the 18 October 1907. Dignitary Binnenhof and Buitenhof, 'Gevangenpoort The Hague Hague Conventions of 1899 and 1907
1907/09/29 Cornerstone is laid for the Washington Cathedral Speaker Washington National Cathedral Washington, DC
1907/12/19 President Theodore Roosevelt signs Proclamation 787, creating Tonto National Monument. Four hundred and eighty acres surrounding the Lower and Upper Cliff Dwellings are set aside and placed under the authority of the US Forest Service. US President Tonto National Monument Arizona
1908/05/00 The Roosevelt family enjoy what will be their last visit to Pine Knot. Life Pine Knot Scottsville
1909/00/00 Theodore Roosevelt becomes a special contributing editor early in 1909 at the Outlook, a small but influential New York City weekly journal of opinion. Work
1909/03/23 Roosevelt and his expeditionary party leave New York for Africa outfitted by the Smithsonian Institution to collect specimens for the Smithsonian's new Natural History museum, now known as the National Museum of Natural History. Visitor Smithsonian Institution Building Washington, DC Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1909/04/05 Theodore Roosevelt and retinue arrive in Naples, Italy. Visitor Historic Centre of Naples Naples Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1909/04/21 Roosevelt expedition arrives in Mombasa. From there, Roosevelt and his party travel through British East Africa, the Belgian Congo, and Sudan. Visitor Mombasa Kenya Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1909/10/05 Zangwill's play "The Melting Pot" opens in Washington, DC. Theodore Roosevelt leans over the edge of his box and shouts, "That's a great play, Mr Zangwill, that's a great play." Audience member
1910/00/00 TR enjoys his African hunting trip, cruising his riverboat on the Nile River in Sudan. Visitor Sudan Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/03/14 The Roosevelt expedition ends its trip in Khartoum, Sudan, having acquired thousands of natural specimens. Visitor Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/04/16 Francis Joseph I, Emperor of Austria-Hungary, gives a dinner at the Schoenbrunn palace in Mr Roosevelt's honor, at which many members of the cabinet and court officials are present. Visitor Schonbrunn Palace Palace and Gardens of Schonbrunn Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/04/20 Aboard the Orient Express, Theodore and Kermit Roosevelt arrive at the Gare de l'Est in Paris. Visitor Gare de l'Est Paris Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/04/23 Theodore Roosevelt peruses the University of Paris (Sorbonne). Visitor Sorbonne Universite Paris Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/04/25 Author Edith Wharton has Theodore and Edith Roosevelt over for tea. Edith Roosevelt and Edith Wharton are distant cousins. Visitor Residence de Wharton Vanderbilt Paris Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/04/27 Robert Bacon, TR, Jules Jusserand, French Ambassador to the US and Gen Jean B Dalstein, Military Governor of Paris, review troops and observe military maneuvers at the Chateau de Vincennes. Dignitary Chateau de Vincennes Paris Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/04/27 Accompanied by Ambassadors Jusserand and Bacon, Roosevelt admires the paintings and sculpture in the Luxembourg gallery. Visitor Musee du Luxembourg Paris
1910/04/27 After viewing the paintings and sculpture, TR and Jusserand walk in the garden of Luxembourg. Visitor Luxembourg Gardens Paris Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/04/27 Walking with French Ambassador Jean Jusserand in the garden of Luxembourg, Theodore Roosevelt shows special interest in the Fontaine de Medicis by Debrosse. Visitor Fontaine Medicis, Paris Paris
1910/05/02 Roosevelt, Crown Prince Christian (later King Christian X), Kermit, Edith, and Ethel enter carriages in Copenhagen, Denmark. The carriage with Roosevelt and Prince Christian arrives at Amalienborg Palace, Copenhagen. TR visited Denmark May 2-3, 1910 Visitor Amalienborg Palace Copenhagen Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/05/03 Theodore Roosevelt visits Denmark, May 2-3, including Frederiksborg Castle. Visitor Frederiksborg Palace Hillerod
1910/05/03 Roosevelt and entourage arrive and visit, then bid hosts goodbye at Kronborg Castle, Denmark. Roosevelt and the Egans board the steamer Queen Maud. The ship sails past Kronborg Castle, a Danish naval ship, and returns to Copenhagen. Visitor Kronborg Castle Helsingor Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/05/03 Theodore Roosevelt's carriages arrive at the wharf in Helsingor, Denmark 2nd or 3rd of May. Visitor Helsingor Denmark Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/05/04 Roosevelt visits King Haakon in Christiania (now Oslo) on May 4-6, 1910. Visitor Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/05/05 Roosevelt and Kermit arrive by carriage at the National Theater in Oslo. In front of 2,000 and despite hoarseness, TR delivers his acceptance speech for the 1906 Nobel Peace Prize. Honor Oslo, NO Norway Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/05/05 Crowds gather outside King Frederick University, Oslo. Visitor Oslo, NO Norway Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/05/05 Roosevelt, King Haakon, Edith Roosevelt, Queen Maud, Ethel Roosevelt, Kermit Roosevelt, and others take carriages from the railroad station in Oslo, Norway. Visitor Oslo, NO Norway Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/05/12 TR, Kaiser Wilhelm, the Kaiserin and others visit the University of Berlin. TR delivers a lecture entitled "The World Movement" at the University. Visitor Berlin Germany Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/05/12 TR visits Berlin including the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag. Visitor Reichstag Berlin Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/05/12 TR visits Berlin including the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag. Visitor Brandenburg Gate Berlin Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/05/20 King Edward VII funeral procession passes through the streets of London. Attending the ceremony were Kaiser Wilhelm II, Stephen Pichon, Kings of Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Archduke Franz Ferdinand and Theodore Roosevelt, representing the United States. Mourner Westminster Abbey, London London Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/05/20 Edward VII is buried in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle. Mourner Windsor Castle Windsor Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/06/18 Aboard the ocean liner Kaiserin Auguste Victoria, Mr and Mrs Roosevelt are met by a revenue cutter, the Manhattan, carrying the Roosevelt children. TR then boards a larger cutter, the Androscoggin, and officially becomes a guest of the city. Visitor Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/06/18 The Androscoggin sails up the Hudson River along the New Jersey shore to W 59th St and back down the Manhattan shore to Battery Park, followed by a water parade of almost one hundred vessels. Visitor Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/06/18 TR's arrives in NYC and is greeted by Mayor William J Gaynor, Henry Cabot Lodge and William Loeb and Cornelius Vanderbilt, the chairman of the welcoming committee, at Battery Park, one of a number of elaborate festivities in New York City. Visitor Battery, NYC Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/06/18 TR, Mayor William Gaynor and Cornelius Vanderbilt III ride together in an open carriage, preceded by the Rough Riders, up Broadway and 5th Ave to the 59th St Plaza. Also in the parade were about 2000 other veterans of the Spanish-American War. Visitor Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/06/18 TR, Mayor William Gaynor and Cornelius Vanderbilt III ride together in an open carriage, preceded by the Rough Riders, up Broadway and 5th Ave to the 59th St Plaza. Also in the parade were about 2000 other veterans of the Spanish-American War. Escort Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/07/00 As one of its first commercial tenants, President Theodore Roosevelt opens a law office. Work Liberty Tower New York City
1910/08/00 Roosevelt publishes a book titled "African Game Trails," which gathered together the monthly articles he wrote for "Scribner's Magazine" describing the trip. Visitor Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition
1910/10/10 Theodore Roosevelt cruises Grand View Drive Visitor Grand View Drive Peoria Heights
1910/10/10 Theodore Roosevelt cruises Grand View Drive Visitor Grand View Drive Peoria
1910/10/11 With Herbert S Hadley, Gov of Missouri and Henry W Kiel, Mayor of St Louis looking on, TR enjoys a 3.5 minute ride in a Wright Brothers' byplane flown by Arch Hoxsey from Kinloch Airfield. Closed in 1912, site is at Graham and Frost Roads, Berkeley, MO. Politician St Louis County
1911/03/18 Theodore Roosevelt speaks at the dedication of the Roosevelt Dam. The dam is largely the result of TR's reclamation efforts while President. Dignitary Roosevelt Dam Theodore Roosevelt Lake
1911/03/18 Theodore Roosevelt speaks at the dedication of the Roosevelt Dam. The dam is largely the result of TR's reclamation efforts while President. Dignitary Roosevelt Dam Roosevelt
1912/00/00 Theodore Roosevelt's 1912 presidential campaign train is pulled by locomotive No 152 between Louisville and Cincinnati Canidate L and N Steam Locomotive No 152 New Haven
1913/00/00 While hunting in rainforest, TR watches from the bank of the Amazon River as fishermen, who had blocked off part of the river and starved the piranhas for several days, push a cow into the water, where it is quickly skeletonized by a school of piranhas. Hunter Amazon Basin Brazil
1913/08/20 TR and crowds scattered over adobe dwellings watch the ritual Hopi snake-dance at Walpi, Arizona, on the Hopi Reservation. TR was on a journey through the Southwest with his sons Archie and Quentin, and a young cousin, Nicholas Roosevelt. Visitor
1914/00/00 Theodore Roosevelt's book, Through the Brazilian Wilderness, is published. Author
1915/00/00 Theodore Roosevelt uses the western most room in the west wing as a study from 1915 to 1917 when spending many weekends with his host, Dr William Howland. Visitor Seven Chimneys Westwood
1915/06/00 Theodore Roosevelt walking on beach on Pelican Island. Film was photographed by Herbert K Job of the National Audubon Society, on an expedition with TR to bird sanctuary islands off the Louisiana coast. Visitor
1915/07/21 TR speaking in the Court of the Universe at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco. Dignitary Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco
1915/07/27 Theodore Roosevelt attends the Panama-California Exposition, arriving at the United States Government Building in an open touring car. Visitor Balboa Park, SD Panama-California Exposition
1916/00/00 The Republican National Convention is held in Chicago, June 7-10, 1916. Delegates outside the Congress Hotel. Politician
1916/05/27 Shortly before the Republican Party and Progressive Party conventions, the newly formed Roosevelt Non-Partisan League sponsors a rally for TR at Sagamore Hill. Over 2,000 people traveled from New York City to hear TR speak on "Americanism." Politician Sagamore Hill National Historic Site Town of Oyster Bay, NY
1916/05/27 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 NYC to Oyster Bay to see TR and hear him speak on Americanism. Politician Sagamore Hill National Historic Site Town of Oyster Bay, NY
1916/06/00 The Republican National Convention is held in Chicago, June 7-10, 1916 at the Coliseum where the convention is in session. Politician
1916/10/23 TR campaigns for Republican presidential nominee Charles E Hughes and assails the Wilson administration in Albuquerque, NM with Albert B Fall and George Curry at the Alvarado Hotel in downtown. Politician Alvardo Hotel Complex Albuquerque
1917/07/04 Frederick Burgess, Bishop of Long Island introduces TR who speaks in support of American war involvement and attacks conscientious objectors during his Unification Speech at the at Forest Hills (LIRR station). TR later reviews the Forest Hills Rifle Club. Politician Forest Hills
1917/08/22 TR host the Belgian Mission: Ludovic Moncheur, Mathieu Leclercq, Leon Osterrieth, Hector Carlier, Count Louis d'Ursel, Jean D Mertens, George T Wilson, Daniel Appleton, Lieutenant Harry Stratton, Captain Thomas C Cook, TP O'Connor and Frederic Coudert. Host Sagamore Hill National Historic Site Town of Oyster Bay, NY
1917/09/08 Women suffragettes visit Theodore Roosevelt at Sagamore at opening of the second New York State suffrage campaign. Dignitary Sagamore Hill National Historic Site Town of Oyster Bay, NY American Suffrage
1917/09/27 Theodore Roosevelt visits the officers' training camp at Fort Sheridan, Illinois. Visitor Fort Sheridan Historic District Fort Sheridan
1918/07/11 Theodore Roosevelt serves as an honorary pallbearer at the funeral of former New York City Mayor John P Mitchel. Dignitary St Patrick's Cathedral New York City
1918/10/05 On a flag-draped street in downtown Billings, Montana, TR speaks on behalf of the Liberty Loan and to denounce the Nonpartisan League of Farmers for its pacifist orientation. Politician
1919/01/06 As a result of a brain aneurism, Theodore Roosevelt dies at home in his sleep. Died Sagamore Hill National Historic Site Town of Oyster Bay, NY Death of Theodore Roosevelt
1919/01/08 At Theodore Roosevelt's funeral, New York City mounted police guards follow a hearse past Christ Episcopal Church to Youngs Memorial Cemetery. The casket is carried up the pathway preceded by Rev Talmadge, Archie Roosevelt and other family members. In Memoriam Town of Oyster Bay, NY New York Death of Theodore Roosevelt
1919/10/25 Sponsored by Roosevelt Memorial Association, a flag service for TR is conducted on the steps of the NY Public Library. Notables include Henry Cabot Lodge and Henry J Allen. William Boyce Thompson holds the flag with the help of Henry D Lindsley. In Memoriam New York Public Library and Bryant Park New York City Death of Theodore Roosevelt
1919/10/27 The Roosevelt memorial flag, which was carried across New York State in TR's honor, is brought to rest at his grave in Youngs Memorial Cemetery, Oyster Bay, NY. Samuel Abbott, originator of the memorial flag idea, places the flag on TR's grave. In Memoriam Town of Oyster Bay, NY New York Death of Theodore Roosevelt
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