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Alice Roosevelt Longworth

Alice Roosevelt Longworth

Full Name Alice Roosevelt Longworth
Date of Birth February 12, 1884
Date of Death February 20, 1980, Embassy Row, Washington, D.C.
Birthplace New York City
Birth City New York State
Country United States
Horoscope Aquarius

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Alice Roosevelt Longworth Biography

Alice Roosevelt Longworth is one of the most popular and richest Family Member who was born on February 12, 1884 in New York City, New York State, United States. The oldest child of former US President Theodore Roosevelt, she was an American socialite who famously quipped, “If you haven’t got anything nice to say about anybody, come sit next to me.”

Her fifth cousin Franklin D. Roosevelt served as the 32nd President of the United States.

Her parents were President Theodore Roosevelt and Alice Hathaway Lee.

NameAlice Roosevelt Longworth
First NameAlice
Last NameLongworth
OccupationFamily Member
BirthdayFebruary 12
Birth Year1884
Place of BirthNew York City
Home TownNew York State
Birth CountryUnited States
Birth SignAquarius
Full/Birth Name
FatherNot Available
MotherNot Available
SiblingsNot Available
SpouseNicholas Longworth
Children(s)Paulina Longworth Sturm

Ethnicity, religion & political views

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Alice Roosevelt Longworth Net Worth

Alice Roosevelt Longworth is one of the richest Family Member from United States. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Alice Roosevelt Longworth's net worth $3-5 Million.* (Last Update: February 3, 2024)

She became a fashion icon and instant celebrity at age seventeen due to her father’s assumption of office.

During the John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson administrations she became a Democrat, and she identified herself as a hedonist during a 60 Minutes interview.

Net Worth (2024)$5 Million*
Net Worth in 2023$3 Million*
SalaryUnder Review
Source of IncomeFamily Member
CarsNot Available
HouseLiving in own house.
N.B: * means unconfirmed

Alice Roosevelt Longworth's Height & Physical Stats

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WeightNot Known
Body MeasurementsUnder Review
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Hair ColorNot Available
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Who is Alice Roosevelt Longworth Dating?

According to our records, Alice Roosevelt Longworth married to Nicholas Longworth. As of February 1, 2024, Alice Roosevelt Longworth’s is not dating anyone.

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Interesting Facts about Alice Roosevelt Longworth

  1. Alice Roosevelt Longworth was the eldest child of President Theodore Roosevelt.
  2. She was a prominent socialite and writer in Washington D.C.
  3. Known for her wit, she coined the phrase “If you can’t say something good about someone, sit right here by me.”
  4. Longworth was married to Nicholas Longworth, a Republican congressman from Ohio.
  5. She had a reputation for being outspoken and controversial.
  6. Longworth lived to be 96 years old and witnessed many significant events in American history.
  7. She remained active in politics throughout her life and supported various causes.
  8. Longworth’s memoirs were published posthumously in 1981 under the title “Crowded Hours.”
  9. Her home, known as the “Washington Salon,” hosted many influential figures of her time.
  10. Longworth is remembered as an iconic figure of American society during the early 20th century.

Facts & Trivia

Alice Ranked on the list of most popular Family Member. Also ranked in the elit list of famous people born in United States. Alice Roosevelt Longworth celebrates birthday on February 12 of every year.

How old was Alice Roosevelt Longworth when she died?

96 years (1884–1980)

What happened to Teddy Roosevelt's first wife?

Alice Hathaway Roosevelt (née Lee; July 29, 1861 – February 14, 1884) was an American socialite and the first wife of President Theodore Roosevelt. Two days after giving birth to their only child, she died from undiagnosed Bright’s disease. Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, U.S.

Which president's wife and mother died on the same day?

Roosevelt’s youth differed sharply from that of the log cabin Presidents. He was born in New York City in 1858 into a wealthy family, but he too struggled–against ill health–and in his triumph became an advocate of the strenuous life. In 1884 his first wife, Alice Lee Roosevelt, and his mother died on the same day.

What did Teddy Roosevelt call his daughter?


Which president had a daughter that lived in the White House?

Amy Carter, President Jimmy Carter’s daughter, moved into the White House at the age of nine. She has three older brothers, named Jack, Jeff, and Chip.

Key Events

  1. Following the 1901 assassination of President William McKinley in Buffalo, her father took office, an event that she greeted with "sheer rapture." Alice became a celebrity and fashion icon at age 17, and at her social debut in 1902 she wore a gown of what became known as "Alice blue", sparking a color trend in women's clothing, and a popular song, "Alice Blue Gown.".

  2. In 1905, Alice, along with her father's Secretary of War, William Howard Taft, led the American delegation to Japan, Hawaii, China, the Philippines, and Korea..

  3. In December 1905, after returning to Washington from their diplomatic travels, Alice became engaged to Nicholas Longworth III, a Republican U..

  4. Their wedding took place in February 1906 and was the social event of the season..

  5. On May 11, 1908, Alice amused herself in the Capitol's gallery at the House of Representatives by placing a tack on the chair of an unknown but "middle-aged" and "dignified" gentleman..

  6. Alice publicly supported her father's Bull Moose presidential candidacy in the 1912 presidential election, while her husband stayed loyal to his mentor, President William Howard Taft, and was running for reelection on the Republican ticket..

  7. She warned her father against challenging the renomination of William Howard Taft in 1912..

  8. However, Nicholas Longworth was elected again in 1914 and stayed in the House for the rest of his life. Alice's campaign against her husband caused a permanent chill in their marriage. .

  9. During Woodrow Wilson's administration (which barred her in 1916 for a bawdy joke at Wilson's expense), Alice worked against the entry of the United States into the League of Nations..

  10. Theodore remained married to Edith until his death in 1919..

  11. She supported her half-brother Theodore Roosevelt Jr. when he ran for governor of New York in 1924..

  12. C. that she had a long, ongoing affair with Senator William Borah. When Alice's diaries were opened to historical research they indicated that Borah was the father of her daughter, Paulina Longworth (1925–1957)..

  13. Writing in the Ladies' Home Journal in October 1932, she said of FDR, "Politically, his branch of the family and ours have always been in different camps, and the same surname is about all we have in common......

  14. Roosevelt ran for president in 1932, Alice publicly opposed his candidacy..

  15. When columnist and cousin Joseph Wright Alsop V claimed that there was grass-roots support for Republican presidential candidate Wendell Willkie, the Republican hope to defeat FDR in 1940, she said yes, "the grass roots of 10,000 country clubs." During the 1940 presidential campaign, she publicly proclaimed that she'd "rather vote for Hitler than vote for Franklin for a third term." Alice demolished Thomas Dewey, the 1944 opponent of her cousin Franklin, by comparing the pencil-mustached Republican to "the bridegroom on the wedding cake." The image stuck and Governor Dewey lost two consecutive presidential elections..

  16. July 9, 1946)..

  17. Alexander died in 1951..

  18. In 1955, Alice fell and suffered a broken hip..

  19. In 1956, she was diagnosed with breast cancer, and though she successfully underwent a mastectomy at the time, cancer was found in her other breast in 1970, requiring a second mastectomy..

  20. Paulina herself died in 1957 from an overdose of sleeping pills..

  21. In 1957 he served as a pallbearer at Paulina's funeral..

  22. Kennedy in the 1960 election, she became very enamored of the Kennedy family and "learned how amusing and attractive Democrats could be." She developed an affectionate, although sometimes strained, friendship with Bobby Kennedy, perhaps because of his relatively thin skin..

  23. When he returned to California after Dwight Eisenhower's second term and his loss in the 1960 presidential election, she kept in touch and did not consider his political career to be over..

  24. She voted Democratic in 1964 and was known to be supporting Bobby Kennedy in the 1968 Democratic primary..

  25. She even admitted to voting for President Lyndon Johnson over Senator Barry Goldwater in 1964 because she believed Goldwater was too mean..

  26. Kennedy was assassinated in 1968, Alice again supported her friend Richard Nixon in the 1968 and 1972 elections, just as she had done in his 1960 campaign against John F..

  27. In an article in American Heritage in 1969, Joanna was described as a "highly attractive and intellectual twenty-two-year-old" and was called "a notable contributor to Mrs..

  28. Nixon returned these favors by inviting her to his first formal White House dinner and to the 1971 wedding of his daughter Tricia Nixon..

  29. She was recorded in a telephone conversation with Nixon in the Nixon White House tapes sharply criticizing the 1972 Democratic nominee George McGovern..

  30. When a well-known Washington senator was discovered to have been having an affair with a young woman less than half his age, she quipped, "You can't make a soufflé rise twice." She said in a 60 Minutes interview with Eric Sevareid, televised on February 17, 1974, that she was a hedonist..

  31. Alice Lee Roosevelt Longworth (February 12, 1884 – February 20, 1980) was an American writer and socialite..

  32. After many years of ill health, Alice died in her Embassy Row house on February 20, 1980, eight days after her 96th birthday, of emphysema and pneumonia, with contributory effects of a number of other chronic illnesses..

  33. They bought a house at 2009 Massachusetts Avenue, N..