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The Roosevelt home in Hyde Park, NY is the lifelong home of America's 32nd President, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. It was purchased by his father in 1867. At the time of purchase it was a large yet simple Italianate farmhouse. The Roosevelts completed extensive renovations and significant additions.

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Tucked away on East 20th St in Manhattan, this townhouse is the birthplace and childhood home of President Theodore Roosevelt.

Franklin D. Roosevelt with Fala and Ruthie Bie in Hyde Park, New York, 1941 One of the few photographs of Roosevelt in his wheelchair. (from: http://ourpresidents.tumblr.com)

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All the presidents’ houses

Franklin D. Roosevelt could no longer climb stairs after his disabling illness, so a trunk elevator at his home, Springwood, in Hyde Park, N.Y., was converted for his use. It was operated manually; Roosevelt, though his legs were nearly useless, had a broad-shouldered, well-muscled upper body. All the presidents’ houses - The Washington Post

Alice Roosevelt with her dog Leo, 1902 - She smoked cigarettes in public, chewed gum, placed bets with bookies, rode in cars with men, stayed out late partying, and kept a pet snake named Emily Spinach, which she often wore wrapped around one arm and took to parties. Her father President Theodore Roosevelt once said of her “I can either run the country or I can attend to Alice, but I cannot possibly do both.”

Alice Roosevelt with her dog Leo. She smoked cigarettes in public, chewed gum, placed bets with bookies, rode in cars with men, stayed out late partying, and kept a pet snake named Emily Spinach, which she often wore wrapped around one arm and took to parties. Her father President Theodore Roosevelt once said of her “I can either run the country or I can attend to Alice, but I cannot possibly do both.” 1902