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Theodore Roosevelt Speaking at Sagamore Hill [1916-1918]

Summary Three sequences of TR addressing groups from the porch at Sagamore Hill. First sequence is TR speaking to a group of people on Sept. 8, 1917 at the opening of the second New York State suffrage campaign at Sagamore Hill. Second sequence is probably TR encouraging New York District volunteer workers for the third Liberty Loan on Apr. 2, 1918. Final views of TR addressing the large crowd which came to demonstrate support for him for the 1916 Presidential nomination. The May 27, 1916 rally was organized by members of the Roosevelt Non-Partisan League. Interior titles, which appear to be TR quotations, stress the need for loyal American citizens and for judicious American dealings with other nations. Other Titles Theodore Roosevelt speaking at Sagamore Hill [1916-1918] Roosevelt Memorial Association title: TR speaking at Sagamore Hill, 1917 Roosevelt Memorial Association title: TR speaking at Sagamore Hill, 1917-1918 Theodore Roosevelt speaking at Sagamore Hill, 1917 Theodore Roosevelt speaking at Sagamore Hill, 1917-1918 Title from film leader: Editorial by the late Theodore Roosevelt Created/Published United States : [s.n.], 1916-1918. Notes Appearing: President Theodore Roosevelt. Subjects Suffrage--New York (State) Women--Suffrage--New York (State) Women's rights--New York (State) Presidents--United States--Nomination. Presidents--United States--Election--1916. Sagamore Hill National Historic Site (Oyster Bay, N.Y.) Documentary--Short. Newsreel--Short. Related Names Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919. Community Motion Picture Service, inc. Theodore Roosevelt Association Collection (Library of Congress) Digital ID trmp 4107 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mbrsmi/trmp.4107
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