Explore the timelines for important dates in TR’s personal and political life, military career, publications, hunting and exploration trips, as well as his time in Dakota Territory.
Located at 28 East 20th Street, Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site is a reconstruction of the house Roosevelt was born in on that site in 1858. Acquired in 1919 by the Women’s Roosevelt Memorial Association (later a part of the Theodore Roosevelt Association), they began an extensive renovation of the property to revert it to an exact reproduction of how it would have looked when Roosevelt was a boy. After a three year renovation, the memorial opened to the public in 1923.
This collection has been digitized and cataloged on site at Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace and then received by digital library staff. The collection contains documents and artifacts relating to the 1905 Inauguration, the Roosevelts’ family life and publications by and about Theodore Roosevelt. Click here to view items from this collection in the digital library.
Digitization of all images from the Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site made possible by a generous grant from the Leon Levy Foundation.