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    Young Teddy Roosevelt, straight from sculling practice at Harvard, IN SHORTS

    • Joseph LoCascio

      The rough rider Theodore Roosevelt in his college days. Photo Credit: Theodore Roosevelt Collection, Harvard College Library.

    • Emily Fitzsimmons

      Young Teddy Roosevelt . Here he is straight from sculling practice at Harvard.  laphamsquarterly: Theodore Roosevelt. IN SHORTS. I think he kind of looks like Wolverine.

    • Denise McFarland

      Young Teddy Roosevelt was a cutie... Here he is straight from sculling practice at Harvard.  laphamsquarterly: Theodore Roosevelt. IN SHORTS.

    • Annalee Hollingsworth

      Young Teddy Roosevelt, straight from sculling practice at Harvard.  Theodore Roosevelt. IN SHORTS.

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