28 East 20th Street
The house at this place was owned by Theodore and Mittie Roosevelt. The children grew up in the house. It looked like any other brownstone, with the exception of a deep porch at the rear of the third-floor level.
This was the Bulloch home in Georgia. It was about twenty miles north of Atlanta. Mittie grew up here.
Captain James and Irvine Bulloch lived here after leaving the United States after the Civil War. The Roosevelts visited with them on their Grand Tour.
Teedie suffered from this disease throughout his life. Although he would become healthier after his days at Harvard, the disease did not totally leave him.
Teedie and Elliott attended this place for three months before their back piazza was outfitted with equipment.
The Roosevelt family left New York in October of 1872 for here...
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