Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt
Every President, from Lincoln to Eisenhower, is represented in the Keystone-Mast Collection of stereographs recently donated to the Museum of Photography at the University of California here in Riverside. The stereographs, double pictures that give a three-dimensional effect when looked at through a hand-held viewer, are valued at $1.2 by the donors, the Mast family of Davenport, Iowa. Picturered here is President Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt (undated).
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