|"The Long, Long Trail" by Jay N. "Ding" Darling in New York Tribune, January 7, 1919|
|"Good Bye!" by Billy Ireland in Columbus Dispatch, January, 1919|
|"The Last Voyage of Adventure" by Rollin Kirby in New York World, January, 1919|
|"But His Soul Is Marching On" by Nelson Harding in Brooklyn Daily Eagle, January 9, 1919|
|"The Final Summing Up" by Ted Brown in Chicago Daily News, January, 1919|
|"He Was a Man, Take Him All in All" by C.F. Naughton in Duluth Evening Herald, January 7, 1919|
Incidentally, he hated being called "Teddy."
|"The Gold Star" by Carey Orr in Chicago Tribune, January 7, 1919|
|"In Action" by S. Rankin in New York Times, January, 1919|
I had thought it would be interesting to include any German cartoonist's response to the death of Roosevelt, considering how vocal he was in encouraging the U.S. to enter the Great War. From what I've seen, however, German cartoonists were understandably preoccupied with the Paris negotiations and violent political upheaval at home.
|"Sant Jaume Americà" by Josep "Picarol" Costa Ferrer in Campana de Gràcia, Barcelona, January, 1919?|
The cartoonist seems to be inducting Roosevelt into the Order of Santiago, a knightly order named for Spain's patron saint, James the Greater, who is commonly depicted riding a white horse and brandishing a sword. Instead of driving the Moors out of Spain, however, this American St. James drove the Spaniards out of Cuba.