Page One of Letter Found in Schrank's Pocket
Page Two of Letter Found in Schrank's Pocket
White House Hotel
Photo shows the building where John F. Schrank lived before his
attempted assassination of U.S. President
Teddy Roosevelt in 1912.
It is on Canal Street in New York City. (Source: Flickr Commons
Photo shows U.S. President Teddy Roosevelt shortly before the
Oct. 14 assassination attempt by John F. Schrank
Roosevelt reaches Oyster Bay
Photo shows President Teddy Roosevelt getting off a train at Oyster
Bay, Long Island, following an
assassination attempt by John F.
Schrank. Col. Cecil Lyons is behind him on the train.
Automobile in Which Ex-President Roosevelt Stood when Shot.
Crosses Marked Where Col. Roosevelt and Schrank Stood.
George F. Moss, Owner and Driver of Automobile
X-Ray of Roosevelt [shows bullet]
Shirts Worn by Ex-President Roosevelt
Showing Extent of Bleeding from Wound
While He Spoke to 9,000 People
Page from Ex-President Roosevelt's Manuscript of Speech Showing
Elbert Martin and bullet-pierced speech
What saves Teddy was the bullet lodged in Roosevelt's chest only
after hitting both his steel eyeglass case
and a copy of his speech
he was carrying in his jacket. Roosevelt declined suggestions that
he go to
the hospital, and delivered his scheduled speech.
Jane Addams leaves Mercy Hosp.