Ken Burns' recent PBS docu-series "The Roosevelts: An Intimate History" put renewed focus on the lives of former Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin D. Roosevelt, as well as FDR's wife Eleanor. The series was hugely popular, putting the Roosevelts back in the spotlight.
But the docu-series isn't the only way to see the 26th president in a new light. In this series of stereoscopic images -- compiled of photos from Southern Methodist University, Central University Libraries and the DeGolyer Library -- Teddy Roosevelt can be seen like never before.
See the gifs of Teddy Roosevelt below:
President Theodore Roosevelt speaking at Fort Worth, Texas.
Roosevelt at the home of Brig. Gen. Jesse Matlock Lee, Commander of the Department of Texas, in San Antonio.
"May American manhood be sturdy as the oak," said Roosevelt, seen here planting a tree in Fort Worth, Texas.
Roosevelt is honored at the Capital of the "Lone Star" State in Austin, Texas.
"The Railroads should get and give fair treatment," Roosevelt said at Austin, Texas.
Roosevelt greets citizens at the Alamo Plaza in San Antonio, Texas.
Roosevelt stopping at Taylor, Texas, on his way to the "Rough Rider" reunion.
Roosevelt on his way to the south during a stop in Hillsboro, Texas.
"I believe in Texas with all my heart," Roosevelt said while in Waco, Texas.
Roosevelt speaking to the "people of Central Texas" at Waco, Texas.
This photograph likely shows the member of a party on a wolf hunting trip attended by Roosevelt in the "Big Pasture" area of Oklahoma in April 1905. (Photograph attributed to president's personal physician, Dr. Alexander Lambert.)
Roosevelt and party on a wolf hunting trip in the "Big Pasture" area of Oklahoma in April 1905. (Photograph by president's personal physician, Dr. Alexander Lambert.)
Stereograph showing Roosevelt and a group of men having lunch during a wolf hunting trip in the "Big Pasture" area of Oklahoma in April 1905. (Photograph by president's personal physician, Dr. Alexander Lambert.)
Wichita Falls, Texas, welcomes Roosevelt.
The Presidential Staff and Reception Committee arrives at the Alamo Plaza in San Antonio, Texas.
Roosevelt shakes hands with his Texas friends on his car platform in Temple, Texas.