Signed Photograph of President Theodore Roosevelt and His Sons: The Lion and His Pride

A well known image from the family portraits taken that day, the imposing photograph has the noted Pach Brothers studio imprint

Purchase $16,000

In late August 1907, photographers from the Pach Brothers photographic studio traveled to Sagamore Hill in Oyster Bay, New York, the home of President Theodore Roosevelt and his family, and the summer White House. There TR, his wife and children were taking some time off from the heat of a Washington summer...

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Signed Photograph of President Theodore Roosevelt and His Sons: The Lion and His Pride

A well known image from the family portraits taken that day, the imposing photograph has the noted Pach Brothers studio imprint

In late August 1907, photographers from the Pach Brothers photographic studio traveled to Sagamore Hill in Oyster Bay, New York, the home of President Theodore Roosevelt and his family, and the summer White House. There TR, his wife and children were taking some time off from the heat of a Washington summer to enjoy the breezes of Long Island Sound.

Pach Brothers took a series of iconic family photographs of the group in the yard at Sagamore Hill. This one, showing the President surrounded by his sons, standing from left to right, Theodore Jr and Kermit, seated from left to right, Archie and Quentin. We see the lion and his pride.

Signed Photograph, with the Pach Brothers studio imprint still in tact, “with best wishes from Theodore Roosevelt Aug 28th 1907.” This photograph is a great rarity, as we can only recall seeing a handful of other TR family signed photographs in all our decades in the field, this being the first of TR proudly seated between all of his sons we have ever carried.

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