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Franklin Roosevelt with his parents, 1899Portrait of Assistant Secretary of the United States Navy Franklin Roosevelt, 1913
Franklin Roosevelt with his parents, 1899Portrait of Assistant Secretary of the United States Navy Franklin Roosevelt, 1913
Portrait of Assistant Secretary of the United States Navy Franklin Roosevelt, circa 1920Mansuel Crosby, Franklin Roosevelt, and Oswald Mosley in Florida, United States, Feb 1926
Portrait of Assistant Secretary of the United States Navy Franklin Roosevelt, circa 1920Mansuel Crosby, Franklin Roosevelt, and Oswald Mosley in Florida, United States, Feb 1926
General Douglas MacArthur (left) sharing a laugh with New York Governor Franklin Roosevelt (right) and Secretary of War George Dorn (center) shortly after MacArthur was appointed Army Chief of Staff, Nov 1930.Inaugural program of Franklin Roosevelt and John Garner, 4 Mar 1933
General Douglas MacArthur (left) sharing a laugh with New York Governor Franklin Roosevelt (right) and Secretary of War George Dorn (center) shortly after MacArthur was appointed Army Chief of Staff, Nov 1930.Inaugural program of Franklin Roosevelt and John Garner, 4 Mar 1933
Portrait of US President Franklin Roosevelt, 27 Dec 1933Franklin Roosevelt presenting Hiram Bearss and David Dixon Porter Medals of Honor, White House, Washington DC, United States, 25 Apr 1934
Portrait of US President Franklin Roosevelt, 27 Dec 1933Franklin Roosevelt presenting Hiram Bearss and David Dixon Porter Medals of Honor, White House, Washington DC, United States, 25 Apr 1934
President Franklin Roosevelt (center) under USS Indianapolis’ 8-inch guns during the Navy Review, 31 May 1934, New York City, New York, United States. The president’s wife, Eleanor, is at left and mother, Sara, at right.Secretary of the Navy Claude A. Swanson, President Franklin Roosevelt, and Ambassador Josephus Daniels aboard Indianapolis, 31 May 1934
President Franklin Roosevelt (center) under USS Indianapolis’ 8-inch guns during the Navy Review, 31 May 1934, New York City, New York, United States. The president’s wife, Eleanor, is at left and mother, Sara, at right.Secretary of the Navy Claude A. Swanson, President Franklin Roosevelt, and Ambassador Josephus Daniels aboard Indianapolis, 31 May 1934
Students at the KaRoosevelt waved farewell aboard Indianapolis, Charleston, South Carolina, 18 Nov 1936
Students at the Ka'a'awa School perform the Bamboo and Gourd Hula as a welcome for President Franklin Roosevelt (seated in car) who was touring the island, Ka'a'awa, Oahu, Hawaii, 26 Jul 1934.Roosevelt waved farewell aboard Indianapolis, Charleston, South Carolina, 18 Nov 1936
Roosevelt pleaded his case, Equator crossing ceremony aboard Indianapolis, Nov 1936Roosevelt received salute of the Argentine Navy aboard Indianapolis, 29 Nov 1936
Roosevelt pleaded his case, Equator crossing ceremony aboard Indianapolis, Nov 1936Roosevelt received salute of the Argentine Navy aboard Indianapolis, 29 Nov 1936
President of Boy Scouts of America Walter Head, US President Franklin Roosevelt, and Chief Scout Executive James West at the Oval Office, White House, Washington DC, United States, 8 Feb 1937President Roosevelt fishing aboard cruiser Houston, Sullivan Bay, Galápagos Islands, Jul 1938
President of Boy Scouts of America Walter Head, US President Franklin Roosevelt, and Chief Scout Executive James West at the Oval Office, White House, Washington DC, United States, 8 Feb 1937President Roosevelt fishing aboard cruiser Houston, Sullivan Bay, Galápagos Islands, Jul 1938
Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Hopkins, Rochester, Minnesota, United States, 11-14 Sep 1938President Franklin Roosevelt (striped tie) with Eleanor Roosevelt (far left) and King George VI and Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom (between the Roosevelts) aboard the yacht Potomac, Washington, DC, 9 Jun 1939
Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Hopkins, Rochester, Minnesota, United States, 11-14 Sep 1938President Franklin Roosevelt (striped tie) with Eleanor Roosevelt (far left) and King George VI and Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom (between the Roosevelts) aboard the yacht Potomac, Washington, DC, 9 Jun 1939
First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, King George VI, Mrs. Sara Roosevelt, Queen Elizabeth, and President Franklin Roosevelt during the King’s visit to the Roosevelt home in Hyde Park, New York, United States, Jun 10, 1939.King George VI of the United Kingdom and President Franklin Roosevelt of the United States during the King’s visit to the Roosevelt home in Hyde Park, New York, United States, Jun 10, 1939, the day before the famous hot dog picnic.
First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, King George VI, Mrs. Sara Roosevelt, Queen Elizabeth, and President Franklin Roosevelt during the King’s visit to the Roosevelt home in Hyde Park, New York, United States, Jun 10, 1939.King George VI of the United Kingdom and President Franklin Roosevelt of the United States during the King’s visit to the Roosevelt home in Hyde Park, New York, United States, Jun 10, 1939, the day before the famous hot dog picnic.

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