Public Figures

President Harding's Airedale: 1922

President Harding's Airedale: 1922

Laddie Boy, President Harding's Airedale terrier, with his birthday cake, 1922. National Photo Company. LOC original medium: glass negative.

Teddy Bags a Coyote: 1905

Teddy Bags a Coyote: 1905

Teddy Roosevelt hunting party camped on Deep Red Creek, with their horses and dogs around a dead coyote, 1905. Copyright by Alexander Lambert. LOC original medium: photographic print on stereograph card.

Reading to Her Dog: 1904

Reading to Her Dog: 1904

Helen Keller reading a braille book, petting her dog (a Boston Terrier perhaps?). Photo copyright by Whitman, Chelsea, Massachusetts in 1904. LOC original medium: photographic print.

Teddy Goes Bear Hunting: 1905

Teddy Goes Bear Hunting: 1905

President Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt, on horseback, returning to Glenwood Springs, Colorado after a bear hunt, 1905. Copyright, Underwood & Underwood. LOC original medium: photographic print.

Archie Roosevelt, Photographer: 1902

Archie Roosevelt, Photographer: 1902

Archie Roosevelt photographing his brother Quentin Roosevelt at the White House. The boys were sons of US President Theodore Roosevelt.

Suffragette Speaking: 1908

Suffragette Speaking: 1908

Suffragette Trixie Friganza, born Delia O’Callaghan, speaking in support of women's suffrage in New York City, 1908. Friganza was a singer who starred in musical comedies and had her own feature act in vaudeville theater. Bain News Service, publisher. LOC original medium: glass negative.

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