Color postcard with image of a teddy bear wearing a sash and raising a toast, with a caption reading "HA -- HA. It's a good thing George Washington didn't chop down all the Cherry Trees."
Presidents; Teddy bears; Toasts; Washington, George, 1732-1799; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
Leather etched postcard with an image of an upright bear on the front above the words "TEDDY BEAR." It is unaddressed on the back, but bears ink postal stamps.
Teddy bears; Bears; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
Image of four teddy bears sitting around a table for tea and the caption "Do you love Honey, Teddy?" below.
Teddy bears; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
Image of wrestling teddy bears and a caption reading "'A 'Strenuous Life', Teddy'."
Teddy bears; Presidents--Quotations; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
A family group stands outside a cave. A small child totes a stuffed animal. The caption reads, "See how little Roxsie has deserted her doll for that ridiculous Teddy Dinosaur."
An angry man instructs a weeping woman to choose between her post card or teddy bear collection. According to the caption, the wife is unable to choose and faints.
Teddy bears; Postcards--Collectors and collecting
Cartoon depicts President Roosevelt refusing to shoot a bear being held tied up. Detail from larger Berryman cartoon. Item was drawn after Roosevelt's famous hunting trip to Mississippi and inspired the creation of the teddy bear.
Bear hunting; Teddy bears; Mississippi; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
Cartoon depicts a grinning bear wearing spectacles as President Roosevelt walks out of the forest carrying his suitcase. Item is regarding Roosevelt's famous hunting trip to Mississippi which inspired the creation of the teddy bear.
John M. Parker sends President Roosevelt an item related to "the famous tied bear." He hopes it will sign many important documents and sends it as a souvenir of Roosevelt's time in the swamp.
Gifts; Swamps; Teddy bears
President Roosevelt thanks Miss Orum for the toy bear.
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