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    • Jen Elijah

      Young Teddy Roosevelt after sculling practice at Harvard. laphamsquarterly: Theodore Roosevelt. IN SHORTS.

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      Theodore Roosevelt at age 19, Harvard, 1877. Via History In Pictures

    • Jessica Sandie

      Young Teddy Roosevelt: really great blog with old photos

    • Kathy Willis Sparks

      A 19 year old Theodore Roosevelt during his freshman year at Harvard. 1877.

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    Suit? Nailed it. Hat? Nailed it. Car? NAILED IT.

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    One of the rare speeches where Teddy was able to do the entire thing without any pesky gunshot wounds.

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    "I can do one of two things. I can be President of the United States, or I can control Alice. I cannot possibly do both." -- Theodore Roosevelt

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