Theodore Roosevelt was perhaps the most caricatured of American presidents. The image on this page is from the Fall, 2008 cover of National Parks Magazine, and was drawn by Johanna Goodman. To see more of her work, click here.
Theodore's looks, mannerisms, and determined nature endeared him to political cartoonists. They delighted in drawing parodies of him, long before he entered the White House. A collection of some of these cartoons is on display at Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace N.H.S. Larger images of these cartoons can also be seen in our photo gallery. Descriptions of events that led to their creation can be seen by following the links below: