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Theodore Roosevelt [in Louisiana], 1915

Summary Views of TR walking on beach; holding his hat, TR stands near bushes on an island and follows the flight of birds. Film photographed by Herbert K. Job of the National Audubon Society, on an expedition with TR to bird sanctuary islands off the Louisiana coast in June 1915. Other Titles Theodore Roosevelt [in Louisiana], 1915 [4] Roosevelt Memorial Association title: TR on Pelican Island, 1915 Theodore Roosevelt on Pelican Island, 1915 Created/Published United States : [s.n.], 1915. Notes Photographed by Herbert K. Job. Appearing: President Theodore Roosevelt. Research indicates location is the Breton Island Reservation or one of the Audubon bird sanctuary islands off the coast of Louisiana; areas visited by TR included the Chandeleur Islands, Grand Isle, Breton Island, Bird Island, Last Island, Battledore Island, and Barataria Bay. Breton Island Reservation was established by Executive Order 369-A on Nov. 11, 1905. Exact location is undetermined. Subjects Roosevelt, Theodore,--1858-1919--Travel--Louisiana. Islands--Louisiana. Water-birds--Louisiana. Wildlife refuges--Louisiana. Birds--Conservation--Louisiana. Breton National Wildlife Refuge (La.) Louisiana--Description and travel. Mexico, Gulf of. Nonfiction films. Short films. Documentary films. Newsreels. Nature films. Related Names Job, Herbert Keightley, 1864-1933, photographer. Theodore Roosevelt Association Collection (Library of Congress) National Association of Audubon Societies for the Protection of Wild Birds and Animals. Digital ID trmp 4103
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