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Posted 3 years ago


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Original ca. 1920s photograph of a banquet at Camp Quinibeck in Vermont. The man with the dark jacket seated at the table appears to be Theodore Roosevelt. I did some research and found that Roosevelt was a supporter of the "camp movement" in America and it makes sense he may have visited this camp.


  1. PaperHoarder, 3 years ago
    Thanks blunderbuss2
  2. PaperHoarder, 3 years ago
    Thanks mustangtony
  3. PaperHoarder, 3 years ago
    Is there any way to authenticate this?
  4. scottvez scottvez, 3 years ago
    Research should confirm or deny.

    Is there anything other than the "looks like" that made you believe it was TR?

    I am not a fan of "looks like" identifications without historical research or provenance that can pinpoint the image in its original era.

    The photo appears to be a gelatin print and could certainly date from the 1910s- 1930s time period (TR died in 1919).

  5. PaperHoarder, 3 years ago
    Thanks Scott, this was purchased with a large collection of Camp Quinibeck photos and there were no others of an event this large. I usually do not use "looks like" identifications either because they are almost always wrong. I tried researching this and the only thing I found was that Roosevelt was in Vermont in 1912.

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