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24 items in this album on 2 pages.

Harry Hopkins speaking to reporters, 1 Nov 1935Harry Hopkins speaking to a radio audience, Washington, United States, 11 Oct 1936
Harry Hopkins speaking to reporters, 1 Nov 1935Harry Hopkins speaking to a radio audience, Washington, United States, 11 Oct 1936
Harry Hopkins speaking at the dedication ceremony of LSU Stadium, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States, 28 Nov 1936Harry Hopkins arriving at the White House, Washington, United States, 14 Jul 1937
Harry Hopkins speaking at the dedication ceremony of LSU Stadium, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States, 28 Nov 1936Harry Hopkins arriving at the White House, Washington, United States, 14 Jul 1937
Harry Hopkins at the funeral service of his wife Barbara (née Duncan), 9 Oct 1937Harry Hopkins, Capitol Building, Washington, United States, 8 Apr 1938
Harry Hopkins at the funeral service of his wife Barbara (née Duncan), 9 Oct 1937Harry Hopkins, Capitol Building, Washington, United States, 8 Apr 1938
Harry Hopkins and Aubrey Williams at the Capitol Building, Washington, United States, 20 Apr 1938Harry Hopkins, Clifton Woodrum, and Edward Taylor, Capitol Building, Washington, United States, 20 Apr 1938
Harry Hopkins and Aubrey Williams at the Capitol Building, Washington, United States, 20 Apr 1938Harry Hopkins, Clifton Woodrum, and Edward Taylor, Capitol Building, Washington, United States, 20 Apr 1938
Harry Hopkins, Carl Hayden, Aubrey Williams, and Alva Adams, Capitol Building, Washington, United States, 17 May 1938Harry Hopkins, 19 May 1938
Harry Hopkins, Carl Hayden, Aubrey Williams, and Alva Adams, Capitol Building, Washington, United States, 17 May 1938Harry Hopkins, 19 May 1938
Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Hopkins, Rochester, Minnesota, United States, 11-14 Sep 1938Portrait of Harry Hopkins, date unknown
Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Hopkins, Rochester, Minnesota, United States, 11-14 Sep 1938Portrait of Harry Hopkins, date unknown
Arthur Vandenberg and Harry Hopkins at the Capitol Building, Washington, United States, 11 Jan 1939Harry Hopkins departing Britain, 6 Jan 1941
Arthur Vandenberg and Harry Hopkins at the Capitol Building, Washington, United States, 11 Jan 1939Harry Hopkins departing Britain, 6 Jan 1941
President Franklin Roosevelt and his dinner guests aboard the cruiser USS Augusta at the Atlantic Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, 9 Aug 1941.Roosevelt and Churchill at the Atlantic Charter Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, 10-12 Aug 1941, photo 1 of 2; Hopkins, Harriman, King, Marshall, Dill, Stark, and Pound behind them
President Franklin Roosevelt and his dinner guests aboard the cruiser USS Augusta at the Atlantic Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, 9 Aug 1941.Roosevelt and Churchill at the Atlantic Charter Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, 10-12 Aug 1941, photo 1 of 2; Hopkins, Harriman, King, Marshall, Dill, Stark, and Pound behind them
Roosevelt and Churchill at the Atlantic Charter Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, 10-12 Aug 1941, photo 2 of 2; Hopkins, Harriman, King, Marshall, Dill, Stark, and Pound behind themHarry Hopkins with Franklin Roosevelt
Roosevelt and Churchill at the Atlantic Charter Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, 10-12 Aug 1941, photo 2 of 2; Hopkins, Harriman, King, Marshall, Dill, Stark, and Pound behind themHarry Hopkins with Franklin Roosevelt's pet dog Fala, Top Cottage, Hyde Park, New York, United States, 1942
Hopkins, Churchill, King, Winant, and others at Painted Hall, Greenwich Naval College, Greenwich, England, United Kingdom, 25 Jul 1942Marshall, Keer, Hopkins, Stalin, Molotov, Voroshilov, and others, Tehran, Iran, Dec 1943
Hopkins, Churchill, King, Winant, and others at Painted Hall, Greenwich Naval College, Greenwich, England, United Kingdom, 25 Jul 1942Marshall, Keer, Hopkins, Stalin, Molotov, Voroshilov, and others, Tehran, Iran, Dec 1943

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