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Teddy Roosevelt's Louisiana Bear Hunt

Teddy Roosevelt's hunt for black bear in 1907 was hosted by John M. Parker and Tabasco hot sauce businessman John Avery McIlhenny. Parker would become Roosevelt's vice-presidential running mate in 1912. Pictured from left are Presley Marion Rixey, surgeon general of the U.S. Navy; John Watkins Osborn; McIlhenny; unidentified; Parker; unidentified; Roosevelt; Clive Metcalf; Jack Vesey; unidentified; and Major Amos Kent Amacker.

Teddy Roosevelt’s Louisiana Bear Hunt

Courtesy of McIlhenny Company Archives, Avery Island, La.

Teddy Roosevelt's Louisiana Bear Hunt. Unidentified

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Courtesy of McIlhenny Company Archives, Avery Island, La.
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