Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt with their children

Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt with their children

FDR in 1911 age 29 portrait 1911

FDR in 1911 age 29 portrait 1911

Franklin D.Roosevelt (FDR) 32nd US President. The only American president elected to more than 2 terms.

Franklin D.Roosevelt (FDR) 32nd US President. The only American president elected to more than 2 terms.

Roosevelt, Franklin D- the 32nd U.S. president in 1933, and was the only president to be elected four times. #leader #politics

Roosevelt, Franklin D- the 32nd U.S. president in 1933, and was the only president to be elected four times. #leader #politics

President Franklin Roosevelt in his White House study with his trademark long cigarette holder. 1943. (CSU_ALPHA_17) CSU Archives/Everett Collection

President Franklin Roosevelt in his White House study with his trademark long cigarette holder. 1943. (CSU_ALPHA_17) CSU Archives/Everett Collection

VOICE: Franklin D. Roosevelt Remembered for his fireside chats during his presidency, FDR used his speaking ability and friendly voice to gain confidence and trust from citizens. His voice is trustworthy and convincing. This is why he is a voice for our ideal being.

VOICE: Franklin D. Roosevelt Remembered for his fireside chats during his presidency, FDR used his speaking ability and friendly voice to gain confidence and trust from citizens. His voice is trustworthy and convincing. This is why he is a voice for our ideal being.

Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882-1945), U.S. President (1933-1945), ca. 1942

Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882-1945), U.S. President (1933-1945), ca. 1942

Outgoing President Herbert Hoover (left) Incoming President Franklin D. Roosevelt - 1933

Outgoing President Herbert Hoover (left) Incoming President Franklin D. Roosevelt - 1933

Franklin Delano Roosevelt at Harvard in 1903. He was attractive, bright, friendly, funny, and utterly unpretentious. He liked collecting stamps, and figurines of pigs, and he fed the King and Queen of England hot dogs at a backyard cookout.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt at Harvard in 1903. He was attractive, bright, friendly, funny, and utterly unpretentious. He liked collecting stamps, and figurines of pigs, and he fed the King and Queen of England hot dogs at a backyard cookout.

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