Franklin D. Roosevelt- Letter-signed-1937-peace At Home-war On The Horizon
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Franklin D. Roosevelt- Letter-signed-1937-peace At Home-war On The Horizon:
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELTA PRELUDE OF THE WAR TO COMETyped letter, 1 page with integral leaf on mint green engraved"The White House" letterhead Washington DC, December 16, 1937to Miss Rhoda Hinkley, Eden Hill, Poughkeepsie, New York.
Insightful letter supporting American peace; advising that Boake Carter'sstatements were untrue or misstated. Telling of the Japanese bombing ofinnocent Chinese families.Harold Thomas Henry Carter (1903-1944), radio commentator (aka BoakeCarter) was a critic of FDR's foreign policy. In 1938 under pressure fromFDR's friends he was banned from radio and deserted by his sponsors,therefore loosing his platform to criticize FDR.Condition: fine, fresh
Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the 32nd President of the United States 1933-1945and author of the "New Deal." He was the only President to be elected to four terms.Was assistant secretary of the Navy 1913-1920; governor of New York 1929-1933.
Born:1882, Hyde Park, New York; died: 1945, Warm Springs, Georgia.
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