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Franklin D. Roosevelt in Hyde Park, N.Y. during his campaign for Vice President 

- 1920 

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Franklin D. Roosevelt when he was a boy during a family trip in Germany

- 1892

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Herbert Hoover & FDR in a convertible en route to the U.S. Capitol for Roosevelt's inauguration

- 1933

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Franklin D. Roosevelt in France

- August 1918

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Vice-President-elect Harry S. Truman, and Vice-President Henry Wallace

- 1944

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"Peace can endure only so long as humanity really insists upon it, and is willing to work for it—and sacrifice for it.”

- President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1945

Franklin Delano Roosevelt was born on January 30th, 1882 in Hyde Park, New York

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Franklin D. Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt with Warren Delano III and Sara Delano Roosevelt in Newburgh, New York 

- 1905

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Franklin D. Roosevelt and Grandfather Delano with 12 first cousins in Fairhaven, Massachusetts

- 1897

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Eleanor Roosevelt and Franklin D. Roosevelt 

- 1910

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FDR signing declaration of war against Japan

- December 1941

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt at The White House 

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"The future of many generations of mankind will be greatly guided by our acts in these present years. We hew a new trail.

Let us then on the day appointed offer our devotions and our humble thanks to Almighty God and pray that the people of America will be guided by Him in helping their fellow men.”

From the conclusion of Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Thanksgiving Proclamation in 1935

Image: FDR and Eleanor Roosevelt seated in a vehicle in November 1935

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Chiang-Kai-shek, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill at The Cairo Conference where leaders discussed how to handle Japan during and after WWII.

- November 1943

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On November 6th, 1928 Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected as the State of New York’s 44th governor.

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Franklin D. Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt in Hyde Park, New York

- 1922

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt when he was Assistant Secretary of The Navy 

- 1913 

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt presenting the Legion of Merit to General Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1943

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"Franklin D. Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt with baby Anna, formal portrait in New York City”

- 1907

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt with his father James Roosevelt

- 1895

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Franklin D. Roosevelt, formal photo in Cambridge, Massachusetts from 1904
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On today’s date February 6th, 1788 Massachusetts became the 6th U.S. state.
Franklin D. Roosevelt 

by Henry Hubbell
c. 1935

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Franklin D. Roosevelt at the age of 18 in Groton, Massachusetts - April 1900

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt standing next to Eleanor Roosevelt with others aboard the USS George Washington

- 1919

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FDR briefly turns toward the photographer as Admiral Chester Nimitz reviews map of the Pacific
General Douglas MacArthur and Admiral William Leahy are seated next to Roosevelt.

- 1944

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"This is preeminently the time to speak the truth, the whole truth, frankly and boldly. Nor need we shrink from honestly facing conditions in our country today. This great Nation will endure as it has endured, will revive and will prosper.”

FDR during his first inaugural address 

- March 4th, 1933

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