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Still only 50 years old when he left the Presidency, TR went looking for adventure on Safari in Africa. At heart TR was a naturalist, fascinated with all the species of animals on earth. He always had a small menagerie of live and preserved specimens as a child. As and adult he was quite expert. Hundreds of species were identified and brought back to the Smithsonian and the American Museum of Natural History from his 1909-1910 expedition to East Africa with son Kermit (shown sitting next to…

Once more, this image shows Teddy Roosevelt on his African Safari in 1909 where he is clothed in century safari attire. The publication of this image of the former President most likely led to the rise and start of the popular Safari style.

"Public Treasures": Thomas Jefferson and the Garden Plants of Lewis and Clark [click for article]

Bernard McMahon, Pioneer American Gardener - gardening mentor to Thomas Jefferson and curator of botanical samples collected by the Lewis and Clark Expedidion

Donald J. Trump with his older sister, Maryanne Trump Barry, in Scotland in 2008. Credit Ed Jones/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

Familiar Talk on Women, From an Unfamiliar Trump

Maryanne Trump Barry, a federal appellate judge, might be the ideal person to defend her brother against accusations of misogyny, if she would speak publicly.

Known as "prairie ghosts" because they are so elusive, the Sonoran pronghorn is the fastest land mammal in North America. Smaller and lighter in color than other pronghorn subspecies, it is uniquely adapted for survival in harsh arid conditions.

High resolution animals desktop wallpaper of Pronghorn Antelope Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (ID:

Do you think he's laughing at the Queen's dress --- or thinking about how Nancy can cut a steak with her bony sharp elbows?

President Ronald Reagan laughing at the Queen& speech during a state dinner in San Francisco, California in

"C'mon Pat, we have to get out of here!"

August 1974 Richard Nixon leaving the White House shortly after his resignation

The actions of the Trump administration threaten the core values of American universities, the president of Bard College writes in this Op-Ed. (Illustration: Richie Pope)

American Universities Must Take a Stand

Our cause is not partisan. It is to defend the pursuit of science, truth and freedom of thought.