14 - 15 February 2001
ROOSEVELT, Franklin D. Circular photograph of F.D.R. seated at a desk, delivering a radio address (one of his famous Fireside talks?) from papers he holds in his hand. n.p., n.d. [late 1930s?]. 10 x 10 in. with black surround, the photograph 6½ in. in diameter, clipped from a magazine, a gold border around the portrait, in simple wooden frame. A strong image in original frame, FROM ELEANOR ROOSEVELT'S WHITE HOUSE OFFICE; later displayed at Val-Kill Cottage.
Provenance: Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, the White House and Val-Kill Cottage, Hyde Park.
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