The Legendary Hunts of Theodore Roosevelt

Signed and numbered print included with every book.    

Acclaimed wildlife artist John Seerey-Lester takes you on a historic journey in words and paintings that will make you feel as though you were there, sharing the exciting adventures with the former president in the limited edition book, The Legendary Hunts of Theodore Roosevelt.

This new book features over 50 true stories devoted to Roosevelt’s most spectacular hunts on three continents. Complementing Seerey-Lester’s fascinating text will be some 120 of his paintings and sketches, which altogether provide a fascinating glimpse into the life of the former president and his passion for wildlife and adventure.

The book covers TR’s most active years as an outdoorsman from the 1870s until his death in 1919. It begins with TR’s first hunt as a 5 year old, and then tells of his brother Elliot and a thrilling story involving a massive herd of bison on the Western plains. You will share in TR’s excitement and frustration as a rancher in the Badlands of the Dakotas; of hunting grizzlies in buckskin and moccasins; of several harrowing incidents that set the stage for TR’s illustrious life as one of the world’s foremost adventurers.

Boone and Crockett Club has partnered with John Seerey-Lester and Sporting Classics to release this special Boone and Crockett Edition of The Legendary Hunts of Theodore Roosevelt. This special edition includes several pages of exclusive content about Theodore Roosevelt and B&C not found in the regular edition and is only available from the Boone and Crockett Club.




  • Includes exclusive Boone and Crockett Club content, not found in the regular edition.
  • Limited to 500 numbered copies.
  • Special tipped-in signature page autographed by John Seerey-Lester.
  • Comes with a signed giclée print, “TR and Skip Headin’ Home” by John Seerey-Lester.
  • Gilt edges, and a gold foil stamped cover in a matching slipcase.

Regular Price: $250

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"The wildlife and its habitat cannot speak. So we must and we will."

-Theodore Roosevelt