President Theodore Roosevelt was a complex man but one can get to know him through his writings, speeches, and policy initiatives. This digital collection offers up a realm of photographs that tell a different set of stories via his African safaris, visits to Brazil, and a trip to the Panama Canal. The offerings include formal portraits, newsreel stills, panoramic views, and even lantern slides. There are over 4600 items here and visitors can create their own embedded archive on the site or view detailed records of each item. It's a remarkable visual tour through much of Roosevelt's life. And, of course, it makes sense that the collection is at Harvard since he was a member of the class of 1880, magna cum laude.


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