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ROOSEVELT POSTCARDS & POST CARDS
|"128--The Little White House, Warm Springs, Ga."
a home for President Roosevelt in 1933, linen postcard mailed circa 1948, brownish paper, mild corner
wear & rounding. $2.00 gr
"16. LION HUNT ON ATHI PLAINS--Lions / abound in great numbers in the Athi district, and / carefully organized hunts..." color post card showing Roosevelt & dead lion & many natives with spears in Kenya. unused, corner & edge wear, brownish paper. $5.00 rhk&
"187 ROOSEVELT DAM. 'APACHE TRAIL.' ARIZONA / 115029" unused white-border era postcard from Harry Herz, one serrated edge (from booklet), trivial corner wear & rounding. $3.00 ar*
"20. KERMIT ROOSEVELT'S NARROW ESCAPE. / The cheetahs are just as dangerous, if not more so, / than lions and are very hard to kill..." showing the hunter with 2 dead cheetahs at his feet, postcard mailed 1910, corner crease, edge wear. $4.00 rha
"20. KERMIT ROOSEVELT'S NARROW ESCAPE. / The cheetahs are just as dangerous, if not more so, / than lions and are very hard to kill..." Captioned erroneously on the back but front does not show Kermit; instead, it shows some natives surrounding a dead animal that is definitely not a cheetah! Unused post card, toned back, minor corner wear. $7.00 re
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"21. CURING THE SKINS. Preparing the speci- / mens secured for shipment to the United States and / curing the skins..." color postcard showing natives doing the work on the Roosevelt African hunting expedition, lightly toned back, corner & edge wear. $4.50 rh&
"3. ENTERING MOMBASA HARBOR" showing 4 men--Roosevelt, Selous (famous African hunter), Mearns (Smithsonian representative in charge of all taxidermy work on the expedition) & Kermit Roosevelt; post card mailed 1913, stamp damaged, considerable corner & edge wear, light cancel ink on front, tiny scrape on front, as is. $4.50 rthk**
"34. WOMEN KILL HIPPOPOTAMI. The Kavir- / ondo women are as brave hunters as the men..." color postcard showing 4 semi-nude and specially painted women with poisoned spears ready for the hunt, unused, brownish paper, corner wear & rounding. $6.00 rhn
"35. KAVIRONDO WOMEN TAKING A SUN / BATH. Great piles of stones like these on the tops / of the hills make the country look almost like a desert..." color post card documenting the Roosevelt expedition, toned back, corner crease, corner wear & rounding. Nudity from a distance. $3.75 rn
"5. SELECTING HEAD PORTERS. The success / and comfort of any African hunting-expedition de / pends largely on the work done by the porters..." color postcard showing Roosevelt (depot in the background) personally selecting these men. brownish paper, minor corner wear & rounding. $5.00 rh
"6. ROOSEVELT GOING INTO AFRICA. From / Mombassa to Nairobi, Roosevelt, with two friends and / one of the guides, rode on the front of the locomotive..." color post card scene in Kenya, unused, minor corner wear. $5.50 rk%
"7486. Luna Park Steamboat 'Frolic,' Denver, Colo." underway with many passengers, color postcard with printed schedule on back for an August 29th - September 1 event in 1910: address by Colonel Roosevelt, Reunion Day, grand military ball, etc. Unmailed, mild corner & edge wear. The Roosevelt referred to was Theodore Roosevelt who had just returned from Africa and was traveling about the US speaking on the New Nationalism & the Progressive Movement). The events referred to were arranged by the local Republican Party, and some mentioned were after Roosevelt's departure, giving an indication of the importance of his visit. $15.00 s(l)rpc
"AVENIDA ROOSEVELT, BALBOA, ZONA DEL CANAL / ROOSEVELT AVENUE, BALBOA, CANAL ZONE / 4B-H292" as it looked in 1944, with well-matched trees lining it; unused linen post card from I. L. Maduro booklet, a little roughness where separated & a tiny ding in the opposite edge, otherwise fairly fresh. $1.75 crt
"CB-122 BURNING COAL VEIN / 'Scoria' bake oven Theodore National Park Medora, / N. Dak. The burning ignite bakes the clay above and / below into a red brick like material ..." from a photo by C. R. Baker, unused chrome-era post card published by the photographer & Ann Baker, a little wear at one bottom corner. The full name of the park is Theodore Roosevelt National Park. $1.25 n(t)pr
"CHICAGO LINE STMR'S / THEODORE / ROOSEVELT" unused Azo real photo postcard showing 3 well dressed men in the wheelhouse, lightly toned front, heavily toned back. $5.00 rs(l)*
"COPYRIGHT DECK LANE / SCENE ON ROOSEVELT HIGHWAY BETWEEN GALETON AND COUDERSPORT, PA. 6142-29" unused white-border era postcard published by M. B. Schwarz (a Renovo druggist), fresh colors & good edges. $3.75 p(r)r%
"Excursion Steamer 'Theodore Roosevelt' Chicago" underway with many passengers, color post card mailed there 1909, toned front including tiny speckles in the sky, mild corner & edge wear, four tiny scrapes in the water, toning near the back edges. $6.00 s(l)ri
"Final Resting Place of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Anna Eleanor Roosevelt" color postcard mailed 1964 at Lee Massachusetts, 1 corner creased twice, soft corners. $1.25 rc
"M. 343. A Team of Buffalo, broken to harness" of which Colonel Roosevelt said at Cheyenne Frontier Day: 'That is the best I ever saw.' Color post card published by Charles E. Morris Company, tiny corner crease, minor corner wear, back is toned--but who is looking at the back? $20.00 uarw
"MEDORA, North Dakota / Rough Rider capital of the North Dakota Badlands ... 'home' to Theodore / Roosevelt from 1883 to 1887 during his / North Dakota ranching adventure. The / Badlands Motel is in the foreground" Unused chrome post card. $2.00 nmr
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Paper square handstamped "QUOGUE / Sanctu / -ary, / NY // NATIONAL / AIR MAIL / WEEK / MAY 15-21, / 1938 // WON / FIRST / PRIZE IN / NATIONAL / WATER FOWL / REFUGE CONTEST" around a drawing of ducks in flight, Backstamped 'FROM THE FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT COLLECTION / AUCTIONED ... CORONET". Slight bend nowhere near the lettering or art, some lettering on back indistinct as indicated. Odd item offered on its own merits. $3.75 ner
"PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AND FAMILY" sepia-tone real photo postcard with red caption, showing him seated with 7 others standing nearby-- presumably Edith Carow (his second wife), and all 6 of his children (Alice, Theodore Jr., Kermit, Ethel, Archibald & Quentin); mailed 1906 from Northville, corner creased twice in caption area, trivial corner wear. $17.50 rpf%
"R-33 The Dining Room-House of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site-Hyde Park, New York" real photo postcard mailed there 1950, thumb-size scraped area on front, as is. $0.50 nr
"Rifle-Meeker Stage Teddy" side view with 4 horses hitched to a stagecoach loaded with passengers, probably in summer because the driver Rory White was not wearing his usual bear-hide coat; sepia-tone Cyko real photo postcard circa 1907-1910, sharply focused on the vehicle, unimportant light toning & paste on back from album, slight oxidation. We speculate that the stage name 'Teddy' could have arisen from the Roosevelt of the same name, because he did spend time in Meeker and could well have once been its passenger! Nice, and rare! $60.00 cuhr
"ROOSEVELT HIGHWAY AT CASTLE ROCK NEAR SANTA MONICA, CALIF. 378" white-border era postcard mailed 1935 to Ohio, light reddish toning to the top edge of both sides, wear at a bottom corner. $2.75 c(s)r
Steamship Theodore Roosevelt (1906). "Steamship 'Theodore Roosevelt.' Chicago and Michigan City Line" color post card from Hammon, mailed 1920 (JOIN THE / NAVY / TRAINING-TRAVEL slogan cancel), stamp damaged, light toning on front, ding in one edge. $5.50 s(l)rs(c)*. Same but extensively flocked & unused, 2 tape remnants near the back corners, very light toning in the front caption area & on back, image colors quite fresh. $7.00 s(c)s(l)r
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"Str. Theodore Roosevelt, Michigan City, Indiana" a side view with numerous passengers, sepia-tone post card mailed there 1909, faint small corner crease, minor corner rounding, minor light toning to the back (pencil migration). $9.00 s(l)ir
"The Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial Bridge, spanning / the boundary between the United States and Canada, / joins Lubec, Maine with Campobellow Island." chrome postcard mailed 1967. $1.00 mr
"The Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic / Site was the birthplace and lifelong home..." chrome post card mailed 1959 at Mallory, mild corner & edge wear, minor ink smear on back. $1.00 nr
"THE PORTSMOUTH DRAMA / Pax Domini Vobiscum // THE CZAR THEODORE ROOSEVELT THE MIKADO // WITTE ROSEN KOMURA TAKAHIRA // U.S.S. Mayflower August 5 1905 // It is my earnest hope and prayer in the interest not only of these two great / Powers, but of all mankind, that a just and lasting peace may speedily be conducted between them." sepia-tone real photo post card mailed AUG 29 1905 at Ripley Ohio, stamp damaged, album toning both sides, 4 tiny scrapes on front obscure nothing. This historic conference among those portrayed brought an end to the Russo-Japanese War later that year. SALE IN PROGRESS jnrrh
"U.S.S. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT CVA-42 / ... / ...Photo shows FDR operating in the gulf of Tonkin on 19 Oct 1966." with helicopter departing, unused post card, hint of toning on back from the offset printing process. $1.50 s(m)vr
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