Kermit Roosevelt, age 24. In 1913, Theodore Roosevelt’s second-oldest son explored Brazil’s River of Doubt with his father. The river was later named the Rio Roosevelt and a branch of the river was named the Rio Kermit.
Colour Sergeant William McGregor, 1st Battalion Scots Fusilier Guards, July 1856. He was wounded during the Battle at the River Alma on 20th September 1854 and wears both the British Crimea and the Order of the Medjidie Turkish medals.
Theodore Roosevelt in 1875 wearing a fierce headscarf, top left, with Corinne Robinson Roosevelt (his sister), Edith Kermit Carow (who he married following the death of his first wife) and Elliott Roosevelt (his brother) in Oyster Bay, NY.
Abraham Lincoln’s funeral procession in New York City, April 24th, 1865. The house on the left, on the corner of 14th St. and Broadway, is that of Cornelius Roosevelt, and the 2 young boys looking out of the window are Teddy Roosevelt and his brother Elliott,
Anna Roosevelt Cowles was the older sister of United States President Theodore Roosevelt and the aunt of Eleanor Roosevelt. Her childhood nickname was Bamie, a derivative of bambina, but as an adult, her family began calling her "Bye" because of her tremendous on-the-go energy - (Hi Bamie, bye Bamie). Throughout the life of her brother, Theodore, she remained a constant source of emotional support and practical advice.