• A 1901 sketch of Theodore Roosevelt taking the oath of office in Buffalo, NY.

    Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural

    National Historic Site New York

Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site

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Nat at the front door of the Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt.
 
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Nat on the front porch of the Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt.
 
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Nat in the entrance hall of the Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt.
 
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Nat meets Fala at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library and Museum.
 
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Nat at the Dining Room table at Eleanor Roosevelt's house.
 
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Nat gets his passport stamped by by bookstore workers Mary (left) and Gail (right) and volunteer Evelyn (center).
 
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Nat with Roosevelt-Vanderbilt Rangers Cathy and Mike.
 
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Roosevelt-Vanderbilt Gardener Jim gives Nat a ride.
 
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Nat helps water the flowers in the Roosevelt Greenhouse with Gardner Paul.
 
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Nat pays his respects at the grave site of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt.
 

Did You Know?

Antique telephone

Theodore Roosevelt was the first American president to have a telephone installed in his home. It allowed him to keep in contact with Washington when he was at Sagamore Hill. More...