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Photos of Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Discover photos of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, his friends and family, and locations where he lived.

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt and President Herbert Hoover on their way to the U.S. Capitol Building for FDR's inauguration. Since Franklin Delano Roosevelt had to wear leg braces and use a cane & braces or a wheelchair (due to having contracted polio as an adult - or perhaps, it is now thought, Guillain-Barre syndrome ), I think they have a blanket over their laps not because of the cold but because it covered FDR's legs and braces. Throughout his presidency, FDR was never publicly photographed, or seen, in his wheelchair or braces. Because of the Depression and WW II, which both occurred during his presidency, it was considered a public boost to see him as "virile". Such were the times. Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress
People in this photo:
Herbert Clark Hoover
Born: Aug 10, 1874
A photo of Winston Churchill, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and Joseph Stalin in Yalta for the conference in which they discussed splitting up Germany after its defeat in World War Two. Winston Churchill was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Franklin D Roosevelt was the President of the United States, and Joseph Staliin was the Premier of the Soviet Union. The Yalta Conference was held February 4–11, 1945. "The Big Three" discussed how to reorganize Europe after the end of World War Two. Photo courtesy of the National Archives.
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A photo of "Franklin D. Roosevelt, Asst. Secty of the Navy photographed at a recent paper chase of society folks of Washington D.C."
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Jan 30, 1882 - Apr 12, 1945
This is a photo of Franklin Delano Roosevelt added by Ancient Faces on January 11, 2012.
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Jan 30, 1882 - Apr 12, 1945
This is a photo of Franklin Delano Roosevelt added by Ancient Faces on January 11, 2012.
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Jan 30, 1882 - Apr 12, 1945
This is a photo of Franklin Delano Roosevelt added by Ancient Faces on January 11, 2012.
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Jan 30, 1882 - Apr 12, 1945
Governor Cox and Franklin D. Roosevelt surrounded by newspapermen as they arrived outside the White House for conference with Pres. Wilson
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Jan 30, 1882 - Apr 12, 1945
Franklin D. Roosevelt and Governor Cox photographed on the latter's arrival in Washington today
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Jan 30, 1882 - Apr 12, 1945
Franklin D. Roosevelt, full length, standing, facing left; holding hat and speaking]
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Jan 30, 1882 - Apr 12, 1945
Governor James M. Cox of Ohio and Franklin D. Roosevelt of New York, arriving at the White House for conference with the president (Wilson)
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Jan 30, 1882 - Apr 12, 1945
This is a photo of Franklin Delano Roosevelt added by Ancient Faces on January 6, 2012.
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Jan 30, 1882 - Apr 12, 1945
A photo of a dog show in 1920; Franklin D. Roosevelt & his eldest - daughter, Anna Eleanor Roosevelt.
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Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, Jr.
May 3, 1906 - Dec 1, 1975
A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1944. You can see in this photo the toll the war was taking on the President. I'm not sure what speech this was or the exact date. This is an unpublished photo by Henry T. Garrett.
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Jan 30, 1882 - Apr 12, 1945
A photo of General Eisenhower & President Roosevelt on tour with the troops, picture taken by A. F. Hennings, U.S. Army
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Jan 30, 1882 - Apr 12, 1945
Herald Oscar Hahlbohm as the driver of President Roosevelt in Green Bay Wisconsin, during reelection campaign. Grandpa driving the president
People in this photo:
Herald Oscar Hahlbohm
Born: Aug 17, 1891
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