This, supposedly, is Teddy Roosevelt. I can't find a pinback that matches this small example, so I can neither confirm nor refute the claim.
Roosevelt was the 26th president, coming to office after William McKinley's assasination. Taking the oath of office at the age of 42 he became the nation's youngest president. Already he'd already been an historian, author, warrior, assistant secretary to the navy, governor of New York and vice president.
Roosevelt averted a coal strike and initiated industry regulation, taking on the famous trust-buster image. He won a landslide election against New York judge Alton B. Parker in 1904. He stepped up his conservation efforts, put the Army to the task of eliminating yellow fever abroad, developed a larger navy and the famous Great White Fleet which toured the world in 1907. He helped bring peace in the Russo-Japanese War, earning the Nobel Peace Prize.
Perhaps most importantly he presided over the construction of the Panama Canal. Theodore Roosevelt was also the first sitting president to: ride in a car, a military submarine, an airplane, leave the country, have a toy (the Teddy bear) named after him and to win the Nobel Prize.
He endorsed Howard Taft as a progressive, but would run against him and Woodrow Wilson in the 1912 campaign under the Bull Moose Party. He was shot on the campaign trail and then delivered his speech, remarking famously "I don't know whether you fully understand that I have just been shot; but it takes more than that to kill a Bull Moose." He would ultimately lose the election to Wilson.
A few of Roosevelt's speeches were recorded and have survived the passing of a century, here's a speech from Sagamore Hill around 1916.
Roosevelt died in his sleep in New York in 1919. Vice President Thomas Marshall said "Death had to take Roosevelt sleeping, for if he had been awake, there would have been a fight."