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Fdr roosevelt memorial, places monuments.

FDR at Warm Springs

FDR at Warm Springs
FDR at Warm Springs

FDR in Georgia and New York

FDR in Georgia and New York
FDR in Georgia and New York

FDR 1932 Campaign and Election

FDR 1932 Campaign and Election
FDR 1932 Campaign and Election

FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] & 2 men at table

FDR Compilation 2 Great Depression/New Deal

FDR: The Fighting President (Part V)

FDR Inaugural, 1933 - 1

FDR Inaugural, 1933 - 1
FDR Inaugural, 1933 - 1

Fighting President (Part II)

Fighting President (Part II)
Fighting President (Part II)

Fighting President (Part V)

Fighting President (Part V)
Fighting President (Part V)

FDR: The Fighting President (Part lll)

FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] at desk receiving plaque from woman. 2 men

The Road is Open Again

The Road is Open Again
The Road is Open Again

FDR's Cruise on the Amberjack II , June 1933

FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] with 2 men

Hands

Hands
Hands

FDR in Columbia

FDR in Columbia
FDR in Columbia

Visits FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] ... and resigns. Francis Biddle, until today (Friday) Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board, is seen here as he was about to enter the White House for a conference with Pres. Roosevelt. Following the visit it was announced that Biddle had formally submitted his resignation on the N.I.R. Board. The N.I.R.B. will itself go out of existence next month. Personal reasons, and a desire to return to the practice of law were given as cause for the retirement. Biddle's name has lately been linked with new possibilities of appointment, perhaps to foreign service, 7/5/35

PRESIDENT'S YACHT, THE ELECTRA, NEWEST TYPE COAST GUARD PATROL BOAT, HAS BEEN TURNED OVER TO PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT TO USE AS HIS YACHT. IT REPLACES THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE INSPECTION BOAT SEQUOIA, WHICH WAS TURNED BACK TO THE DEPARTMENT. THE ELECTRA IS 165 FEET LONG WITH A 35 FOOR BEAM. IT IS LARGE ENOUGH TO ACCOMODATE THE PRESIDENTIAL PARTY AND SECRET SERVICE MEN. IT WILL BE BROUGHT TO WASHINGTON EARLY NEXT WEEK AND FORMALLY TURNED OVER TO THE WHITE HOUSE

ROOSEVELT AT WASHINGTON'S TOMB. PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT TODAY ARRANGED ONE SIMPLE CEREMONY AS HIS PART IN COMMEMORATING THE 203RD ANNIVERSARY OF GEORGE WASHINGTON'S. THE PRESIDENT LOOKS ON WHILE COL. EDWIN WATSON, AIDE TO THE PRESIDENT, PLACES WREATH ON FIRST PRESIDENT'S TOMB

FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt]

PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AT ARLINGTON ARMISTICE UNKNOWN SOLDIER'S DAY TOMB

L TO R: LEONARD P. STURART, DANA S. WILLIAMS, PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT

PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT SPEAKING ARMISTICE DAY AT ARLINGTON CEMETERY

"Inevitable outcome" [...] Homer S. Cummings, Atty. Gen. repeats to Sen. Duncan U. Fletcher (D. of Florida), Chr. of the Senate Banking & Currency Com. that the "gold clause" legislation was "legitamate and inevitable outcome" of the FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] monetary program. Cummings and Fletcher were photographed Thursday at the hearing. 7/11/35

Attend youth conference with F.D.R. After conferring with Pres. Roosevelt and other leaders who will direct the new youth program now before the Administration, Asst. Sec. of Treasury and FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] Administration Harry L. Hopkins posed for this picture just before leaving the White House

PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT UNKNOWN SOLDIER'S TOMB, ARLINGTON

FDR Address at Chautauqua, NY - Aug. 14, 1936

Work Pays America

Work Pays America
Work Pays America

PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT BONUS VETO

FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] AT ARLINGTON CEMETERY

FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] AFTER RADIO BROADCAST FOR COMMUNITY CHEST

FDR at the Dedication Ceremonies for the Mark Twain Memorial Bridge

FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] IN CAR

The Plow that Broke the Plains

The Plow that Broke the Plains
The Plow that Broke the Plains

Dawn Strikes at the Capitol Dome

Dawn Strikes at the Capitol Dome
Dawn Strikes at the Capitol Dome

FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] FIRESIDE CHAT

FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] SPEAKING AT LAYING OF CORNERSTONE OF NEW INTERIOR BUILDING

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt Looking over the Model of the Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project

FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] FIRESIDE CHAT ON U.S. SUPREME COURT REFORM PLAN

FDR and Roosevelt Family

FDR and Roosevelt Family
FDR and Roosevelt Family

FDR Visits Boise, Idaho

FDR Visits Boise, Idaho
FDR Visits Boise, Idaho

FDR in Poughkeepsie

FDR in Poughkeepsie
FDR in Poughkeepsie

We Work Again

We Work Again
We Work Again

FDR at Port Aransas, Texas

FDR at Port Aransas, Texas
FDR at Port Aransas, Texas

The River

The River
The River

FDR and Son James

FDR and Son James
FDR and Son James

All Nations Shaken By War

All Nations Shaken By War
All Nations Shaken By War

FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] [Franklin Delano Roosevelt]

Visit of Their Majesties, June 1939 (Part 2)

FDR in Rhinebeck,NY

FDR in Rhinebeck,NY
FDR in Rhinebeck,NY

King and Queen Visit NYC

King and Queen Visit NYC
King and Queen Visit NYC

Visit of Their Majesties, June 1939

FDR's Presidential Cruise on Board the USSS Tuscaloosa

FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] AND KING GEORGE IN AUTO LEAVING UNION STATION FOR WHITE HOUSE TES. THE PRESENTATION WAS MADE BY THE NEWLY APPOINTED GOVERNOR GENERAL OF THE PHILIPPINES FRANCIS B. SAYRE AND PAUL McNUTT, RIGHT, FORMER GOVERNOR. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT INDICATED THE FLAGS WOULD BE PLACED IN THE NEW LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES BUILDING NOW BEING BUILT ON HIS ESTATE AT HYDE PARK

The City

The City
The City

FDR's December 1940 Caribbean Cruise

FDR in Hyde Park

FDR in Hyde Park
FDR in Hyde Park

U.S. forces establish bases in Liberia. Private Napoleon Edward Taylor, first member of the U.S. forces to land in Liberia at the request of the African Negro republic, explains how a sub-machine gun, or "Tommy gun," works. Liberia was originally founded in 1821 by Negro freedmen under American auspices. The American forces, chiefly composed of Negro units, are constructing bridges, improving roads, building air bases and strengthening fortifications throughout the country. Edwin Barclay the Republic's President, welcomed the American soldiers by saying "The future of Liberia is inextricably bound up in the victory of those nations fighting for the Four Freedoms annouced by President Franklin D. Roosevelt."

Power and the Land

Power and the Land
Power and the Land

FDR 1940 Campaign Trip to Pittsburgh

FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] SEEN WITH VICE PRESIDENT GARNER, JACKSON DAY DINNER

FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] ON HIS 58TH BIRTHDAY

The News Parade

The News Parade
The News Parade

Castle Films Europe's Total War

Castle Films Europe's Total War
Castle Films Europe's Total War

FDR: Southern Cruise on Board the Tuscaloosa February 1940

FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] RECIEVES CHINESE SCROLL. WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 24, A GROUP OF CHINESE STUDENTS PRESENTED PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WITH A SCROLL SIGNED BY 200 CHINESE STUDENTS IN SHANGHAI EXPRESSING THANKS FOR MONEY RAISED BY AMERICAN STUDENTS FOR THEIR EDUCATION. R TO L: TENNYSON CHANG, HANSON HWANG, STUDENTS; DAVID TOONG, GEN. SEC. OF THE CHINESE STUDENTS CHRISTIAN ASSN. PRESENTING F.D.R. WITH THE SCROLL; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; AND JACK McMICHAEL, CHAIRMAN OF THE AMERICAN YOUTH CONGRESS

FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] ON HIS 58TH BIRTHDAY

The Fight for Life

The Fight for Life
The Fight for Life

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT OBSERVES SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY IN WHITE HOUSE. PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT BEGINS HIS EIGHTH YEAR IN THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY AND OBSERVED THE ANNIVERSARY OF HIS INAUGURATION BY ATTENDING SERVICES AT ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH TODAY. THE PRESIDENT, TANNED AND RUGGED FROM HIS SEA TRIP, WAS JOINED AT THE CHAPEL BY A GROUP OF HIS CLOSEST GOVERNMENT INTIMATES, CABINET MEMBERS, CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS AND ADVISORS. THIS PICTURE WAS TAKEN AFTER THE SERVICES-L TO R: MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT; MRS. SARA DELANO ROOSEVELT, MOTHER OF THE PRESIDENT; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; AND MRS. ENDICOTT PEABODY, WIFE OF THE HEAD MASTER OF GROTON SCHOOL WHERE MR. ROOSEVELT PREPARED FOR HARVARD

[President Franklin D. Roosevelt]

Castle Films US Navy Blasts Marshall Islands

Castle Films British Commandos Strike Vaagso & Maaloy

Castle Films Third Inauguration

Castle Films Third Inauguration
Castle Films Third Inauguration

FDR and Roosevelt Family

FDR and Roosevelt Family
FDR and Roosevelt Family

Why We Fight: Prelude to War

Why We Fight: Prelude to War
Why We Fight: Prelude to War

FDR Dedicates His Library at Hyde Park

Castle Films America's Call to Arms

FDR 1941 Inauguration

FDR 1941 Inauguration
FDR 1941 Inauguration

Youth Visits our Nation's Capitol (Part 1)

FDR Compilation 1

FDR Compilation 1
FDR Compilation 1

Castle Films Russia Stops Hitler, Soviets Fight Back

Henry Morgenthau Promotes the Sale of War Bonds

Castle Films News Parade Salute to the Navy

Youth Visits our Nation's Capitol (Part 2)

President's Tour 1942 Part I

President's Tour 1942 Part I
President's Tour 1942 Part I

Castle Films Doolittle Raid Over Tokyo

President's Tour 1942

President's Tour 1942
President's Tour 1942

Victory Is Our Business

Victory Is Our Business
Victory Is Our Business

World at War (Part 2)

World at War (Part 2)
World at War (Part 2)

Avenge December 7 (Pearl Harbor)

Avenge December 7 (Pearl Harbor)
Avenge December 7 (Pearl Harbor)

President's Tour 1942

President's Tour 1942
President's Tour 1942

Battle of Midway

Battle of Midway
Battle of Midway

Japanese Relocation

Japanese Relocation
Japanese Relocation

Battle of Midway

Battle of Midway
Battle of Midway

Challenge to Democracy (Japanese Internment)

World War II U.S. News Review

World War II U.S. News Review
World War II U.S. News Review

World at War (Part 1)

World at War (Part 1)
World at War (Part 1)

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt Receives a Birthday Cake in the Oval Office, White House from William Green of the American Federation of Labor

Eleanor Roosevelt's South Pacific Tour