The 26th First Lady of The White House Edith Roosevelt (Theodore Roosevelt's second wife)

The 26th First Lady of The White House Edith Roosevelt (Theodore Roosevelt's second wife)

Edith Roosevelt - 2nd wife of Theodore Roosevelt.  Married in 1896,at 25. She was the ultimate First Lady, as she guarded her family's privacy, while acting as a gentle, high-bred hostess, never critical and always tolerant in the little insincerities of political life.  She gave birth to 5 children & was stepmother to Alice, in which there was a love-hate relationship. She died at 87 - 29 years after her husband in Oyster Bay, NY.

Edith Roosevelt - 2nd wife of Theodore Roosevelt. Married in 1896,at 25. She was the ultimate First Lady, as she guarded her family's privacy, while acting as a gentle, high-bred hostess, never critical and always tolerant in the little insincerities of political life. She gave birth to 5 children & was stepmother to Alice, in which there was a love-hate relationship. She died at 87 - 29 years after her husband in Oyster Bay, NY.

Edith Roosevelt  1861-1884 ---The second wife of Theodore Roosevelt. She quickly assumed position as First Lady upon the assassination of  President McKinley. It was said of her that she so fiercely guarded the privacy of her family that.."One might live in the same in the house with her for 20 years and never really know her."

Edith Roosevelt 1861-1884 ---The second wife of Theodore Roosevelt. She quickly assumed position as First Lady upon the assassination of President McKinley. It was said of her that she so fiercely guarded the privacy of her family that.."One might live in the same in the house with her for 20 years and never really know her."

Theodore Roosevelt's favorite photo of his wife, Edith Roosevelt, probably around 1903. From the Roosevelt family scrapbooks, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs division.

Theodore Roosevelt's favorite photo of his wife, Edith Roosevelt, probably around 1903. From the Roosevelt family scrapbooks, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs division.

Official portrait of First Lady Edith Roosevelt.

Official portrait of First Lady Edith Roosevelt.

Edith Roosevelt  ~ Being in centre of things is very interesting, yet the same proportions remain. When I read “The World is to much with us” or “Oh for a closer walk with God” they mean just what they did, so I don’t believe I have been forced into the “first lady of the land” model of my predecessors.”

Edith Roosevelt ~ Being in centre of things is very interesting, yet the same proportions remain. When I read “The World is to much with us” or “Oh for a closer walk with God” they mean just what they did, so I don’t believe I have been forced into the “first lady of the land” model of my predecessors.”

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