Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945; Presidential Libraries -- New York (State) -- Hyde Park; Presidents
On November 19, 1939, President Franklin D. Roosevelt appeared before a gathering of his Hudson Valley neighbors and dignitaries to lay the cornerstone of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library in Hyde Park, New York. His speech that day was broadcast...
Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945; McShain, John, 1898-1989; Presidential Libraries -- New York (State) -- Hyde Park; Cornerstone laying -- New York (State) -- Hyde Park; Presidents
President Franklin D. Roosevelt at the cornerstone laying of Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Hyde Park, New York, November 19, 1939. On FDR's right is the Library's builder John McShain and on his left is Secret Service Agent Tommy Qualters.
Mrs. Will Aldrich holding her son, Guy, on a bicycle. They are standing in the middle of a dirt road. Written on back: Hyde Park, N.Y. Taken on Alberston St. looking east. Note old firehouse in background. Tilley property on left.
Written on back: Braman Greenhouse, Wilbraham. Later, Mrs. C.B. Sexton. Hyde Park, N.Y. Later, the property of the Rev. Thodias Kaniski, Polish priest-in-charge of St. Joseph's Church, Poughkeepsie, NY. View from the southeast.
Franklin D. Roosevelt seated in front of his home ""Springwood"" at Hyde Park Orginal Caption reads: l-r, seated: FDR, Eleanor with Sistie, Anna Roosevelt (Dall) Halsted with Buzzie and Sara l-r, standing: FDR, Jr., James, John, Curtis Dall.
Group photo in a garden. Written on Back: Baumann Place Hyde Park, N.Y. Art Class. Standing, l to r: Addie Finch, Julia Gilbert, Allie Gilbert. Sitting, l to r: Fred Dorland, Grace Greene. Mamie Howatt.
James Roosevelt Roosevelt Jr. riding a goat-drawn cart. Written on back: Roosevelt, James Roosevelt, Jr. (son of J. R. Roosevelt by his first wife, Miss Helen Astor) Miss Helen Astor was the sister of John Jacob Aston.