Franklin D. Roosevelt (1933-1945)

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FIRST LADY:

Eleanor Roosevelt
Eleanor Roosevelt

VICE PRESIDENTS:

John Nance Garner
John Nance Garner
Henry Wallace
Henry Wallace
Harry Truman
Harry Truman

OVERVIEW:

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FDR Library
American National Biography
The Miller Center (UVA)
American Presidents (C-SPAN)
FDR (PBS)
Eleanor Roosevelt (PBS)
History Channel
Obituary (New York Times)

THE FIRST LADY:

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FDR Library
White House
White House Historical Association
First Ladies (C-SPAN)

RESOURCES/ PAPERS:

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Franklin (FDR Library Digital Collection)
Eleanor Roosevelt’s Papers (George Washington University)
Presidential Recordings (UVA Miller Center)
Public Papers (American Presidency Project)
Public Papers (National Archives)
Speech Archive (Miller Center)
National Archives
Library of Congress

1932 ELECTION:

Herbert Hoover
Herbert Hoover

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1936 ELECTION:

Alf Landon
Alf Landon

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1940 ELECTION:

Wendell Wilkie
Wendell Wilkie

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1944 ELECTION:

Thomas Dewey
Thomas Dewey

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INAUGURATIONS:

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Four Presidential Inaugurations (FDR Library)
1933 Address (Transcript and Audio, Video, Washington Post)
1937 Address (Reading CopyTranscript and Audio)
1941 Address (Transcript and Audio, Video)
1945 Address (Transcript and Audio, Video)
Library of Congress (1933, 1937, 1941, 1945)
Joint Congressional Committee (1933, 1937, 1941, 1945)

SUPREME COURT NOMINEES:

Wiley Rutledge (1943)
Robert Jackson (1941)
James Byrnes (1941)
Harlan Stone (1941)
Frank Murphy (1940)
William Douglas (1939)
Felix Frankfurter (1939)
Stanley Reed  (1938)
Hugo Black (1937)

CABINET/ APPOINTMENTS:

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Vice President:
Harry Truman (1945)
Henry A. Wallace (1941–1945)
John N. Garner (1933–1941)

Press Secretary:
Stephen Early (1933–1945)

Secretary of Agriculture:
Claude R. Wickard (1940–1945)
Henry A. Wallace (1933–1940)

Secretary of Commerce:
Henry A. Wallace (1945)
Jesse H. Jones (1940–1945)
Harry L. Hopkins (1938–1940)
Daniel C. Roper (1933–1938)

Secretary of the Interior:
Harold L. Ickes (1933–1945)

Attorney General:
Francis B. Biddle (1941–1945)
Robert H. Jackson (1940–1941)
Frank Murphy (1939–1940)
Homer S. Cummings (1933–1939)

Secretary of Labor:
Frances Perkins (1933–1945)

Secretary of the Navy:
James V. Forrestal (1944–1945)
Frank Knox (1940–1944)
Charles Edison (1940)
Claude A. Swanson (1933–1939)

Postmaster General:
Frank C. Walker (1940–1945)
James A. Farley (1933–1940)

Secretary of State:
Edward R. Stettinius Jr. (1944–1945)
Cordell Hull (1933–1944)

Secretary of the Treasury:
Henry Morgenthau Jr. (1934–1945)
William H. Woodin (1933)

Chief of Staff to the Commander in Chief:
William D. Leahy (1942-1949)

Secretary of War:
Henry L. Stimson (1940–1945)
Harry H. Woodring (1936–1940)
George H. Dern (1933–1936)

Chairman of the Federal Reserve:
Eugene R. Black (1933-1934)
Marriner S. Eccles (1934-1936)

CONGRESS:

Speaker of the House:
Henry T. Rainey (1933-1935)
Joseph W. Byrns (1935-1936)
William B. Bankhead (1936-1940)
Samuel T. Rayburn (1940-1947)

Senate Majority Leader:
Joseph T. Robinson (1933-1937)
Alben Barkley (1937-1947)

HISTORIC SITES:

Home of Franklin Roosevelt (New York)
Roosevelt’s Little White House (Georgia)
FDR Memorial (Washington, DC)
Roosevelt Campobello International Park

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