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The 26th First Lady of The White House Edith Roosevelt (Theodore Roosevelt's second wife)

The First Lady of The White House Edith Roosevelt (Theodore Roosevelt's second wife)

Edith Roosevelt's 1905 Inaugural Gown. A robin’s-egg blue silk gown with a design of plumes and birds woven in gold thread. The pattern for the fabric was destroyed so that the first lady’s dress could not be copied. The skirt was altered and the original bodice removed before the dress was donated to the Smithsonian.

Edith Roosevelt’s 1905 Inaugural Gown - A robin’s-egg blue silk gown with a design of plumes and birds woven in gold thread. The pattern for the fabric was destroyed so that the first lady’s dress could not be copied.

TR learned of the death of his youngest son Quentin in July of 1918. Quentin, a fighter pilot for the US Army Air Corps in WW1, was shot down behind enemy lines.    "Grandfather" Roosevelt hugs baby granddaughter Edith Roosevelt Derby, 1918.

"Grandfather" Roosevelt hugs baby granddaughter Edith Roosevelt Derby, Roosevelt would died the next year of a blood clot at age

46 First Ladies of the United States of America: Edith Roosevelt

46 First Ladies of the United States of America: Edith Roosevelt

Edith Roosevelt  ~ Being in centre of things is very interesting, yet the same proportions remain. When I read “The World is to much with us” or “Oh for a closer walk with God” they mean just what they did, so I don’t believe I have been forced into the “first lady of the land” model of my predecessors.”

Edith Roosevelt - Theodore Roosevelt's second wife. His wife, Alice, died shortly after giving birth to their daughter.

Edith Roosevelt  1861-1884 ---The second wife of Theodore Roosevelt. She quickly assumed position as First Lady upon the assassination of  President McKinley. It was said of her that she so fiercely guarded the privacy of her family that.."One might live in the same in the house with her for 20 years and never really know her."

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Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt A portrait of First Lady Edith Roosevelt, wife of President Theodore Roosevelt

America's First Ladies: Edith Roosevelt: The second wife of Theodore Roosevelt, she remodeled the White House at a cost of $ 475,000

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First Lady Edith Roosevelt allowed her exquisite personal style to take center stage. The First Lady was known in international fashion circles for her love of couture, as Mrs. Roosevelt was frequently draped in one-of-a-kind dresses by Monsieur Worth.

Edith Roosevelt, Teddy's second wife.  This is the official White House portrait.

Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt (August 1861 – September was the second wife of President Theodore Roosevelt and served as First Lady of the United States during his presidency from 1901 to

Patton & Teddy Roosevelt Jr (1943) This past week I spoke with a D Day veteran who told us he was on the same vessel going into Normandy as Teddy Roosevelt (the younger). He was helped over the side by a man who said "Good luck son." Not having a clue who that man was he got into the LST. Another fellow said. "Do you know who that was! That was Gen. Roosevelt!.

How a soldier shot a famous general’s funeral in Normandy after D-day

First Ladies of America Collection Edith by grammysyarngarden. //  GREAT PATTERN!!!  A

First Ladies of America Collection Edith Roosevelt Fashion Doll Crochet Pattern Annies Attic 8503

First Ladies Through The Years - Edith Roosevelt Is the picture torn or is that a "decoration" on her dress?

Edith Kermit Roosevelt in 1895 wearing a turn of the century dress of black re-embroidered lace over taffeta gown.

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