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  1. During her family's years in the White House, Ethel always tried to keep as low a profile possible because she did not seem to enjoy the attention as much as her half-sister Alice Roosevelt did. She was also encouraged to maintain her low-key persona by her mother Edith, who believed that a woman only made the news to announce her birth, marriage and death.

    • Richard Derby (m. 1913)
    • Richard Jr., Edith, Sarah, Judith
  2. She was the first of the Roosevelt children to go overseas during WWI. Ethel became a nurse and volunteered to serve in France during World War I. She worked in the American Ambulance Hospital, where her husband, Richard Derby, served as a surgeon. Also during the war, Ethel became involved with the Red Cross and continued volunteering for the organization for six decades.

  3. She was the first of the Roosevelt children to go overseas during WWI. Ethel became a nurse and volunteered to serve in France during World War I. She worked in the American Ambulance Hospital, where her husband, Richard Derby, served as a surgeon. Also during the war, Ethel became involved with the Red Cross and continued volunteering for the organization for six decades.

  4. Ethel Carow Roosevelt Derby (1891-1977) was the daughter of Theodore and Edith Kermit Roosevelt. Pragmatic and compassionate even as a girl, Ethel graduated from Washington’s Cathedral School for Girls in 1906, and made her debut in the White House two years later. As First Daughter, she was much more private than her older half-sister, Alice.

  5. Ethel Carow Roosevelt Derby (13 de agosto de 1891 – 10 de diciembre de 1977) fue la hija del presidente Theodore Roosevelt de los Estados Unidos. Conocida como la Reina de Oyster Bay y la Primera Dama de Oyster Bay por los residentes de Long Island, Ethel ayudó a preservar el legado de su padre y la casa familiar "Sagamore Hill" para las generaciones futuras, especialmente después de la muerte de su madre en 1948.

  6. Ethel Carow Roosevelt Derby (1891-1977) was the daughter of Theodore and Edith Kermit Roosevelt. Pragmatic and compassionate even as a girl, Ethel graduated from Washington’s Cathedral School for Girls in 1906, and made her debut in the White House two years later. As First Daughter, she was much more private than her older half-sister, Alice.

  7. Ethel Carow Derby was the youngest daughter and fourth child of the President of the United States Theodore Roosevelt. Known as "The Queen" or "The First Lady of Oyster Bay" by its Long Island residents, Ethel was instrumental in preserving both the legacy of her father as well as the family home, "Sagamore Hill" for future generations, especially after the death of her mother, Edith, in 1948.