is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of Antique
C.1900 Leslie's Weekly half-tone titled, "Colonel Theodore Roosevelt," who was the courageous leader of the famous Rought Riders, the Republican Candidate for Governor of New York State, and a Presidential Possibility in 1900.
22 x 16 in. $80
1898 Hand colored half-tone featured in Harper's Weekly, A Journal of Civilization showing Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, U.S.V.
15-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $80
The Young Rough Riders Weekly, No. 19. "Ted Strong in the Land of Little Rain" or Bud Morgan's Vengeance by Ned Taylor; 32pp. C.1904. Cover was printed in color and issue sold for 5 cents.
1912 Roosevelt Bull Moose Cartoon. Original front page color litho from Harper's Weekly, 1912. Roosevelt is depicted as drumming up support for his possible third term as leader of the new Bull Moose Party. Billed as "The Littlest Show on Earth." (Three pinholes in left margin.) 11x16 in. $30
1902 Alice Roosevelt Debut. Portrait on front page Harper's Weekly of Theodore Roosevelt's eldest daughter Alice, whose debutante dance was given at the White House. Genuine antique black & white print. 11x16 in. $40
UNIFORMS OF ROOSEVELT'S 'ROUGH RIDERS.' This old half-tone image shows the uniforms worn by the Rough Riders, Theodore Roosevelt's regiment that fought in Cuba during the Spanish-American War. Caption describes in detail the Khaki uniform of the rider, and the poncho of the other soldier. Original page, Leslie's Weekly, January 5, 1999 - antique print over 100 years old. 11" x 16"
Black & White is: $30
Color is: $40
C.1912 Political caricature of the G.O.P. Party. Gorgeous engraving titled,"Lining Up For the Greatest Race in the World," drawn by W.A.Rogers from Harper's Weekly. 22 x 16 in $80
1913 Political caricature of Teddy Roosevelt. Beautiful engraved image titled,"His Master's Voice," drawn by C.J. Budd from Harper's Weekly.
11 x 16in. $30
Harper's Weekly "Constructions of the constitution will be found to vest the power where it will be exercised - in the national government" Roosevelt putting Supreme Court robe on Moody while Secretary of War Taft reads simplified constitution.1906
12 x 8 1/2 in. $40
Puck "The Warrior's Return" Fair trade languishing in high protection castle kept prisoner by the Dingley Tariff. Roosevelt return loaded with campaigning funds. Keppler 1904 chromolithograph. Two small stains in middle of print.
18 1/2 x 11 in. $80
Harper's Weekly "The 'Little Senate' " by Thulstrup pictured in President's Office: Littlefield, Burrow, Nelson, Foraker , Grosvenor, Quay. hand colored 1903 11 1/2 x 7 1/2 in $40 11 1/2 x 7 1/2 in. $40
Harper's Weekly. "Good Friends and Possible Opponents" Theodore Roosevelt at the dedication of the Louisiana Purchase Expo in St. Louis. 1903 hand colored.
11 1/2 x 8 in $40
Leslie's Weekly "Theodore Roosevelt's Famous Regiment of Rough Riders" bottom of picture has key listing members of Troop K. which are, by number: No. 1 is Trooper William Tiffany, No. 2 is Bugler Cassi, No. 3 is Provo Sergeant Cash, No. 4 is Second Lieutenant Devereaux, No. 5 is Trooper George L. Smith, No. 6 is Sergeant R. Ronalds, No. 7 is Trooper Herrig, No. 8 is Sergeant S.G. Devore, No. 9 is Corporal Joe Stephens, No. 10 is Trooper Coville, No. 11 is Corporal Norman, No. 12 is Corporal Bull, No. 13 is Trooper B.F. Daniels, No. 14 is Trooper W.J. McKay, No. 15 is Surgeon Thorp and No. 16 is Trooper Lie. Hand colored 1898. 11 x 16 in. $95
Leslie's Weekly "Theodore Roosevelt, The Rough Rider" Montauk Point, Long Island1898 hand color 14 1/2 x 9 in. $60
Harper's Weekly "The President in the West" Roosevelt in Arizona, California and New Mexico in 1903 8 x 11 1/2 in. $40
"The American Newspaper Office" Roosevelt's effect on activity 1911 chromolithograph 9 x 11 in $45
Harper's Weekly cover April 13, 1912 "The Colonel in Action" Teddy Roosevelt orating at a podium 14 1/2 x 9 in. $40
Harper's Weekly "With all his faults, we love him - still."
1904 hand colored.
9 x 13 in.
Color is: $50
Black & White is: $40
1898 Hand colored half-tone from Leslie's Weekly Illustrated showing "Uniforms and Types of the Army and Navy -- Plate X. Rough Riders." Paragraph under caption describes how the uniforms are made and which materials are used.
16 x 11 in. $50
Black & White Half-tone: $40
1898 Half-tones on double-page from Leslie's Weekly showing Buffalo soldiers getting shaved in the field barber-shops and camps. Caption reads, "The Barber-Shops in the Camps of Our Good-Looking Fighters, From Florida to California -- Our Soldiers in the Field Did Their Best to Secure "All the Comforts of Home" -- Yankee Ingenuity Supplied Various Substitutes for the Luxurious Barber's Chair."
21 x 16 in. $90
1904 Color Lithograph from Puck showing several cartoons during Uncle Sam's Hallowe'en, with Uncle Sam holding a mirror up to his face and seeing Roosevelt's face.
20 x 14 in. $100
1908 Color double-page Lithograph from Judge titled, "Which?" Lithograph shows two large drums with the words 'The Third Term" written on them with Roosevelt wearing a banner saying 'Square Deal' sitting on the left and a clown wearing a banner which reads 'Free Trade' seated at the right.
21 x 14 in. $120
1901 Leslie's Weekly half-tone captioned, "President Roosevelt Enjoys A Notable Foot-Ball Game." Several half-tones show the President, Mrs. Roosevelt and their friends enjoying the spirited contest at Philadelphia between the Naval Academy and West Point teams.
16 x 11 in. $50
1900 Half-tone from Harper's Weekly captioned, "Governor Roosevelt On The Stump." Half-tone shows the President standing on a platform above the audience and another half-tone below shows all the people gathered to watch the festivities.
16 x 11 in.
Black and White is: $20
Color is: $30
1906 Chromolithograph from Judge captioned, "Uncle Sam - 'Is It Real Gold, Teddy?'" Scene shows President Roosevelt carrying a Rail-Road Rate Bill from the U.S.Senate as Uncle Sam points to it and asks the question. Ex-Library.
14 x 10 in. $50
1906 Chromolithograph from Judge showing the G.O.P. patriotic elephant wearing a boxing glove on his trunk as the referee, Roosevelt, pats him down with the Square Deal. Caption reads, "Well Done!" Roosevelt tells the elephant, "You have done fine! We are finishing the year in great shape!" Ex-Library.
14 x 10 in. $50
1887 double-page Chromolithograph from Puck by J. Ottman, Lithographers. Artist is J. Keppler. Caption underneath reads, "Little Roosevelt!!! - The Grand Old Party Must Be Hard-Up!"
20-1/2 x 14 in. $50
C.1905 Double-page half-tone drawn by C.J. Budd featured in Harper's Weekly. Caption reads, "Bless You, My Children, Bless You!" Scene shows Roosevelt and two other politicians gesturing with their hands in foreground and another faint image of a man with a halo over his head standing
21 x 16 in. $90
1912 Color lithograph from Harper's Weekly which reads, "My Ticket -- Theodore Roosevelt for President Forever." Ex-Library edition.
16 x 10-1/2 in. $50
1906 Chromolithograph from Judge captioned, "Which Will the Voters of the Keystone State Choose?" Ex-Library edition.
13-1/2 x 10 in. $40
1900 Hand colored half-tone showing, "McKinley and Roosevelt, Photographed Just Before the Election of 1900." Bottom of page is trimmed through wording.
15-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $60
1908 Half-tone from Harper's Weekly, A Journal of Civilization with the caption reading, "The "Square Deal" Dance." Scene shows a man looking out of a window at another man named Mellen jumping to get away from bullets shot by a man known as Bonaparte. W.A. Rogers, artist.
13 x 9 in. $50
1886 Meadow Brook Hunt Club Meet at House of Roosevelt, Oyster Bay, Long Island - Harper's Weekly hand colored wood engravings. Upper image shows "The $29,000 Filly Dew-Drop."
16 x 11 in. $60
Theodore Roosevelt - Cover of Leslie's 11/9/1916 Whole issue. No actual article of Roosevelt. Long article on James B. Duke of North Carolina. Tobacco, Auto ads, Germany and Russian Military. 28pp. Printed in color.
14 x 10 3/4 in. $35
1903 Half-tone showing "President Roosevelt Writing the Message Which Opened the New Pacific Cable." Copyright by Harper Brothers. Small light stain upper lefthand corner, outside of border.
13 x 9-1/2 in. $40
1911 Puck Chromolithograph with the caption, "Cincinnatus Roosevelt -- But No Summons in Sight!" Scene shows a scantily-clad Roosevelt pulling The Outlook like he is tilling the soil. Copyright by Keppler & Schwarzmann.
13-1/2 x 10 in. $40
1884 Harper's Weekly, A Journal of Civilization half-tone showing, "Our New Watchman, Roosevelt." Thomas Nast
is the artist.
16 x 11 in. $60
1910 Harper's Weekly double-page half-tone titled, "The Straddler," drawn by E.W. Kemble. Scene shows Roosevelt holding The Same Old Speech as he straddles the political causes of that era.
22 x 16 in. $80
1904 double-page chromolithograph from Judge titled, "Judge's Favorites for 1904." Theodore Roosevelt and Charles W. Fairbanks are showcased in two American-eagled cornucopias inside a colorful border of blue and red. Some evidence of tape residue on bottom center.
20 x 14 in. $150
1910 Chromolithograph in two scenes from Judge. Top scene shows Roosevelt riding a G.O.P. elephant through the water, dragging behind him zoo animals as he reads the current events. Artist is Flohri. Bottom scene shows Taft refusing to ride in a carriage marked Insurgent Wagon. Artist is
Grant E. Hamilton.
13 x 10 in. $40
076ted: 1912 Chromolithograph from Puck showing President Wilson with the words, Fearlessness and Common Sense on his sleeves holding a live wire which reads, "The Tariff" as Taft and Roosevelt try running away. Caption reads, "He Dares
To Touch It."
13-1/2 x 10 in. $80
1909 Ten hand colored half-tones showing Theodore Roosevelt, HUnter from the East African trip he made with his son, Kermit after leaving the presidency. Featured in Collier's and in very good condition. The side border edges
are trimmed close.
19-1/2 x 14-1/2 in. $125
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