English: Alice Roosevelt, daughter of US president Theodore Roosevelt taken in 1902 by Frances Benjamin Johnston. Alice, with her beauty, wit and devil-may-care attitude was the center of much media attention in the early days of the 'TR' Roosevelt Administration Alice Roosevelt, taken about 1902. A striking beauty, her outspokenness and antics won the hearts of the America people who nicknamed her 'Princess Alice' . 1 Alice Roosevelt Mar 24 1902 side in black

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English: Alice Roosevelt, daughter of US president Theodore Roosevelt taken in 1902 by Frances Benjamin Johnston. Alice, with her beauty, wit and devil-may-care attitude was the center of much media attention in the early days of the 'TR' Roosevelt Administration Alice Roosevelt, taken about 1902. A striking beauty, her outspokenness and antics won the hearts of the America people who nicknamed her 'Princess Alice' . 1 Alice Roosevelt Mar 24 1902 side in black Stock Photo
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English: Alice Roosevelt, daughter of US president Theodore Roosevelt taken in 1902 by Frances Benjamin Johnston. Alice, with her beauty, wit and devil-may-care attitude was the center of much media attention in the early days of the 'TR' Roosevelt Administration Alice Roosevelt, taken about 1902. A striking beauty, her outspokenness and antics won the hearts of the America people who nicknamed her 'Princess Alice' . 1 Alice Roosevelt Mar 24 1902 side in black
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