One of the unique features of the Rifle Branch Library is the stained glass window that commemorates Theodore Roosevelt’s visits to this area around the turn of the century. Known as the Roosevelt Window, it was originally in the Presbyterian Church at the corner of 4th and Whiteriver. When the building was being turned into a private residence, a group of community-oriented citizens set out to save the entire collection of windows and raised $30,000 to save them from auction. The other church windows are located in buildings throughout Rifle including City Hall and the Rifle Museum. The Roosevelt Window is on permanent loan to the Rifle Branch Library and is owned by Heritage Windows, Inc.