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Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site

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Description: The four-story brownstone in New York City was demolished in 1916, but was completely replicated following Roosevelt's death. It represents prosperous 19th century living, with forty percent of the furnishings being original Roosevelt pieces. A National Park Service Site, it is open to the public.

Address: Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site; 28 East 20th Street; New York, NY 10003

Phone Number: (212) 260-1616

Hours of Operation: 9am to 5pm, Wednesday through Sunday. Closed National Holidays. Tours on the hour; last tour at 4pm.

Credit: "Presidential Sites: A Directory of Places Associated with Presidents of the United States" by William G. Clotworthy

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