“Sister in Charge” by Theodore Roosevelt
Courtesy Houghton Library, Harvard University Theodore Roosevelt, father of six, routinely drew “picture letters” for his kids when not busy running the country. In this 1904 dispatch, he depicts daughter Ethel dispensing “necessary discipline” to her youngest brothers, Archie and Quentin.
“Out Fishing” by Franklin Roosevelt
Courtesy Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum Franklin Roosevelt doodled what he loved, from ships to stamps to his own family tree. He drew this trio to cap a nine-day fishing cruise in the Gulf of Mexico in 1937.