President Roosevelt with his grandsons Franklin D. Roosevelt III and John Roosevelt Boettiger 1939

President Roosevelt with his grandsons Franklin D. Roosevelt, III and John Roosevelt Boettiger in front of the Christmas tree in the East Room of the White House, December Photo by Franklin Delano Roosevelt Presidential Library.

From Linus Pauling's journal: Albert Einstein confessed to Pauling that he [Einsten] "made one great mistake" in his life. "When I signed the letter to President Roosevelt recommending that atom bombs be made, but there was some justification.”

From Linus Pauling's journal: Albert Einstein confessed to Pauling that he [Einsten] "made one great mistake" in his life. "When I signed the letter to President Roosevelt recommending that atom bombs be made, but there was some justification.

Harry S. Truman was the 33rd. President and was in office April 12,1945-January 20, 1953

President Harry Truman, Klansman in the Whitehouse other known Presidents: Woodrow Wilson, McKinley & Calvin Coolidge

Franklin Delano Roosevelt - 32nd from 1933-1945

American Presidents looks back at all the Presidents of the United States of America. Complete biographies on each president, including Franklin Delano Roosevelt

"It takes more than that to kill a bull moose..."

did-you-kno: “On October Teddy Roosevelt was shot mid-speech. Because the would-be assassin’s arm was jostled, he missed Roosevelt’s head and hit him square in the chest. The bullet, slowed.

“Selma Burke’s commissioned sculpture of President Roosevelt is on every American dime!” Dorothy Brangman Selma Burke (1900-1995) African American sculptor and educator who founded two art schools. In 1940 she opened the Selma Burke School of Sculpture in New York City and the following year graduat...“Selma Burke’s commissioned sculpture of President Roosevelt is on every American dime!” Dorothy Brangman Selma Burke (1900-1995) African American sculptor and educator who founded two art…

“Selma Burke’s commissioned sculpture of President Roosevelt is on every American dime!

Alice Roosevelt Longworth, ca. 1902 | Humanities Texas  She lived in the White House during her early twenties, inciting scandals for smoking cigarettes, driving cars, and keeping a pet snake named Emily Spinach. When confronted with the suggestion that he curb Alice’s excesses, President Roosevelt responded, "I can be president of the United States—or—I can attend to Alice. I cannot possibly do both!”

Alice Lee Roosevelt Longworth – was an American writer and prominent socialite.

1932 $20 St. Gaudens PCGS MS65 A frosty untoned coin with over 1 million minted, but virtually all were melted, leaving fewer than 100 of these today. This is one of the key dates to the series of Saint-Gaudens which is seldom offered, especially this nice. With the 1933 double eagles still under litigation and likely to be off the market going forward, this is the last obtainable date for most collectors. An opportunity for the astute numismatist. In early 1933 President Roosevelt called in…

1932 $20 St. Gaudens PCGS MS65 A frosty untoned coin with over 1 million minted, but virtually all were melted, leaving fewer than 100 of these today. This is one of the key dates to the series of Saint-Gaudens which is seldom offered, especially this nice. With the 1933 double eagles still under litigation and likely to be off the market going forward, this is the last obtainable date for most collectors. An opportunity for the astute numismatist. In early 1933 President Roosevelt called in…

1907 $10 Indian. No periods. PCGS MS63 Lovely golden toning. In an old PCGS green holder. Mint Engraver Charles Barber modified the Saint-Gaudens design, providing much shallower relief and modified elements. These modifications were intended to facilitate striking and use in commerce, although some have suggested they were directly in response to Barber's jealousy of Saint-Gaudens. The motto, IN GOD WE TRUST, was not included, due to personal objections of President Roosevelt . Estimated…

1907 $10 Indian. No periods. PCGS MS63 Lovely golden toning. In an old PCGS green holder. Mint Engraver Charles Barber modified the Saint-Gaudens design, providing much shallower relief and modified elements. These modifications were intended to facilitate striking and use in commerce, although some have suggested they were directly in response to Barber's jealousy of Saint-Gaudens. The motto, IN GOD WE TRUST, was not included, due to personal objections of President Roosevelt . Estimated…

President Roosevelt ready to deliver a radio message from his office shortly before the outbreak of WW2.

President Franklin Roosevelt ready to deliver a radio message from his office shortly before the outbreak of

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