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FDR's car at Warm Springs

FDR's car at Warm Springs

New York Governor Franklin Roosevelt at Warm Springs, Georgia on November 26, 1930, , following his arduous 1930 New York campaign which he won in a landslide.

This Hyde Hall “mystery” involves one of the Hall’s most distinguished visitors: Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

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Found in the Archives

An archivist at work in the FDR Library archival stacks, circa The document boxes were designed by FDR

franklin roosevelt wheelchair | President F.D. Roosevelt's wheelchair which he had made from desk ...

"Springwood" ~ Hyde Park ~ New York ~ President Franklin D. Roosevelt's wheelchair which he had made Fromm desk chair.

First Dog Fala and  FDR

President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Fala in the White House Study, Washington, DC, “ Series: Photographs of Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1882 - Collection: Franklin D.

Fala: The Most Underrated Presidential Dog

Fala accompanied Roosevelt everywhere, from his private home in Hyde Park, New York, to his favorite spa in Warm Springs, Georgia.

Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt outside their New York home on E. 65th St.,1933.

Two Roosevelts and Their Legacies

The Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site is free and open to the public, and a photo exhibition the Public Policy Institute at Hunter College pays tribute to Franklin Roosevelt.

FDR Inauguration top hat

Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt return to the White House after FDR was inaugurated for a third term on January (Roosevelt Library)

Anna Roosevelt ---President Franklin Delano Roosevelt relaxes in a motorcade car accompanied by his daughter, Anna, during a baseball game between White House newspapermen and a team fielded by broadcast journalist Lowell Thomas at Quaker Hill near Pawling, N.Y., Sept. 21, 1935. Anna died of cancer in 1975 at age 69.

Presidential Daughters

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt relaxes in a motorcade car accompanied by his daughter, Anna, during a baseball game between White House newspapermen and a team fielded by broadcast journalist Lowell Thomas at Quaker Hill near.

Running For President, Presidential History, Amazing Facts, Federal, Depression, Georgia, Forget, Beautiful People, Campaign

Candid portrait of President Franklin Roosevelt

Candid portrait of President Franklin Roosevelt speaking informally to greeters at Hyde Park, NY. FDR had just arrived to spend the August Congressional break at his Hudson River home.

Eleanor Roosevelt's cottage Val-Kill, Hyde Park New York.

Eleanor Roosevelt's cottage Val-Kill, Hyde Park New York.

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