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FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT (1882-1945) 
32nd US President, longest-serving president

32nd US President, longest-serving president, having been elected to four terms. He constructed the "New Deal" to combat the Great Depression, and directed the US effort in World War Two. Very interesting partially printed extradition document turning fugitive Jacob Weiss over to New Jersey authorities. Set with the New York state seal, and signed "Franklin D. Roosevelt" as governor. Dated January 7, 1929. $550.00


FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT (1882-1945) 
32nd US President, longest-serving president, having been elected to four terms

32nd US President, longest-serving president, having been elected to four terms. He constructed the "New Deal" to combat the Great Depression, and directed the US effort in World War Two. Nice typed letter on Roosevelt's stationery as New York governor sending thanks for congratulations on his nomination for the presidency. Addressed to James Riggs of the State Normal and Training School, and dated December 9, 1932. Signed "Franklin D. Roosevelt." $475.00


FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT (1882-1945) 
32nd US President, longest-serving president

32nd US President, longest-serving president, having been elected to four terms. He constructed the "New Deal" to combat the Great Depression, and directed the US effort in World War Two. Typed letter dated January, 1929, to a woman whose son was apparently afflicted with polio. Roosevelt makes some recommendations regarding consultation at the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation, a center established by FDR for the treatment of polio in 1927. He was himself stricken by polio at the age of 39, and left a paraplegic. He later went on to become governor of New York and the longest serving President of the United States. Signed "Franklin D. Roosevelt" as New York governor. $495.00


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