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PART 11. Bom October 27 T I l DAY PRLSIDi:nt ROOSEVELT ENTERS UPON HIS FIFTIETH YEAR. OrI er, 1889 c to May 5,^*895° ° New Ywt^olfJJ'rn^. 11 1 * ? tuden h 187 to 1880; law student, 1880 to 1881; Assemblyman, 1882 to 1885; ranchman, 1385 to 1889: National Civil Service Commission 15. 1898; Governor of New York State. Janu^i'TwS a> i * 1895 ' tO «£? ril 6'6 ' 1897; Assistant Secretary of the Navy, April 6, 1897. to April 16. 1898: Rough Rider. April 16 to September new York Mate, January 1, 1899, to January 1, 1901, Vice- President, March 4to September 14, 1901; President, September 14, 1901, to date. Term expires March 4, 1909. HIS BIRTHPLACE- No. 28 East 20th street. New York, as it looks to-day. A3 ASSEMBLYMAN. By courtesy of "The Outlook." ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE NAVY. CPbotojrapb. bj C lil »e<Jl!iitJ TAKING THE OATH OF VICE-PRESIDENT. From "Life of Theodore Roosevett," publi«hed by the Caalfield Publishing Company. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1907. AS A SCHOOLBOY. From "Theodore Roosevelt, Patriot and States man," published by P. W. ZiegSer & Co* AS RANCHMAN. From "Theodore Roosevelt, Patriot and Statesman." A3 PRESIDENT. fCbpyrlffct, 1903. by narpi-r & Bros.. N.-w York.) AS A HARVARD SENIOR. (Photograph by Pach Urothera, New Tort) CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONER. AS ROUGH RIDER. A3 LAW STUDENT. From "Theodore Roosevelt, a Typical Am erican," published by E. R. Dumont. POLICE COMMISSIONER. By courtesy of "McClure's Magazine." AS GOVERNOR. (Copyright, liHQ. Xtl B. W. TJjacJier. AlbanjJ ;*E WHITE HOUSE. His present term expires March 4, 190 ft. EICHT PAGES.