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The Franklin D. Roosevelt Collection of Olivia Irvine Dodge

Olivia Irvine Dodge was born in St. Paul in 1918. She attended the Summit School in St. Paul, St. Timothy's School in Maryland, and the French School in New York City. Mrs. Dodge lives in West St. Paul on a tract of land that accommodates the Thomas Irvine Dodge Nature Center, a facility which provides instruction for some forty thousand young people each year. She began collecting material about Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1945 shortly after his death. In a few years she developed one of the largest FDR collections in the country. In January 1975 Mrs. Dodge donated her collection to the University of Minnesota.

Paul L. Murphy, Professor of History at the University of Minnesota, made the following observation about Mrs. Dodge in a catalog produced for the opening of her collection. "Olivia Irvine Dodge had long been an admirer of Roosevelt, and one day, in May, 1945, while hurrying down Michigan Avenue in Chicago was drawn to a pamphlet in a bookstore window. It was the first printing of FDR's Jefferson Day speech, Our Realization of Tomorrow, prepared for broadcast on April 13th, 1945, but undelivered because of his death on April 12th. And as Mrs. Dodge tells the story: 'I knew that was something I had to buy.' In subsequent years, Mrs. Dodge acquired a large number of books pamphlets, and other printed pieces, and also letters, portraits, sheet music, phonograph records, busts, china, campaign items, and other ephemera which she came to display in the collection room of her home on Summit Avenue in St. Paul, now the Minnesota Governor's Mansion. By 1950, the magazine, The Franklin D. Roosevelt Collector, indicated in its November issue that Mrs. Dodge's collection 'is considered to be among the foremost in the country.' This extensive collection is an accurate monument to the feelings and dilemmas -- and desires to express both -- which those writing about the thirty-second President felt. The collection is itself an important intellectual artifact, reflecting in its hundreds of works, the felt need of literally dozens of Americans, from professional scholars, and journalists, to friends, and humble citizens, to set the record straight on FDR. And if that literature now, to a new generation, which sees Roosevelt through lenses ground by the experience of cold war, Korea, Viet Nam, and economic and social chaos and destruction, seems strangely two dimensional, this in no way diminishes its importance as primary source material for a study of the man, his new deal, and his generation."

This list corresponds to a card file kept in the Reading Room.

Autographs | Banners | Bookplates | Books | Buttons | Miscellany | Newspapers | Periodicals and Pamphlets | Portraits | Posters and Broadsides | Programs | Propaganda | Recordings Scrapbooks | Song Sheets | Stamps and Medals | Tickets |

Admission Tickets-with Banners

  1. Inauguration Ceremonies March 4, 1933
  2. Inauguration of the President, January 20, 1937
  3. House Steps United States Capitol, January 20, 1941
  4. Democratic National Convention, July 1944
  5. 4th Session - 6
  6. 3rd Session - 4
  7. 5th Session - 5
  8. 6th Session - 2

Autographs

  1. Typewritten letter signed Franklin D. Roosevelt, on his stationery, Hyde park, Dutchess County, NY, July 7, 1924, to Hamilton Holt.
  2. Autographed Photographs, Governor of NY, February 5, 1932
  3. Telegram with eleven lines in FDR's handwriting, Albany, July 27, 1929
  4. Typewritten letter signed on White House stationery, July 14, 1937 to Mr. Shaffer
  5. Typewritten letter signed on Hyde Park stationery, June 7, 1924 to Mrs. Robb
  6. Sara Delano Roosevelt, ALS, White House, January 2, 1941
  7. FDR: Framed document, September 1930

Banners

  1. 5 Roosevelt Presidential Campaign Banners (Win With Franklin Roosevelt, Our Next President; Franklin D. Roosevelt For President; America Demands Franklin D. Roosevelt)
  2. 1 Presidential Inaugural Banner, January 20, 1941
  3. Hyde Park Photographed in Kodachrome, 12 color views
  4. FDR For Governor, 1928

Bookplates

  1. Delano Bookplates. Guizot F., History of Civilization. Warren Delano, 1809.
  2. Delano Bookplates. Lang, Andrew. In the Wrong Paradise. Warren Delano, 1809.

Books

  1. ACA Gallery. Artists' tribute in memory of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. New York, 1947. unpaged. illus. Halter T1
  2. Adamic, Louis. Dinner at the White House. 1st edition. New York: Harper, 1946. 276 p. Halter T2
  3. Adamic, Louis. Dinner at the White House. 2nd edition. New York: Harper & Brothers, c1946. 276 p. DJ
  4. Adams, Thomas. Outline of town and city planning: a review of past efforts and modern aims. Foreword by Franklin D. Roosevelt. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1935. 368 p., illus. Halter T4
  5. Allen, Frederick Lewis. The big change: America transforms itself, 1900-1950. New York: Harper & Brothers, [c1952] xi, 308 p.
  6. Allen, Frederick Lewis. Since yesterday: the nineteen-thirties in America, September 3, 1929-September 3, 1939. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1940. xiv, 362 p., illus.
  7. Allen, George E. Presidents who have known me. New York: Simon and Schuster, [c1950]. 254 p.
  8. Allen, Hugh. Roosevelt and the will of God. New York: Lifetime Editions, Inc., [c1950]. 280 p., illus. Autographed on end paper: "Sincerely yours, Hugh Allen."
  9. Allswang, John M. The New Deal and American politics: a study in political change. New York: John Wiley & Sons, [c1978]. 155 p. (Critical Episodes in American Politics)
  10. Alpert, Paul. L'Amérique de Roosevelt. Paris: Nouvelles Editions Latines, [1936]. 178 p.
  11. Alsop, Joseph. FDR, 1882-1945: a centenary remembrance. New York: The Viking Press, [c1982]. 256 p., illus.
  12. Alsop, Joseph. Men around the president, by Joseph Alsop and Robert Kintner. New York: Doubleday & Doran, 1939. 212 p. Halter T6
  13. Alsop, Joseph. The 168 days, by Joseph Alsop and Turner Catledge. 1st edition. Garden City, New York: Doubleday Doran, 1938. 312 p.
  14. American Aid to Allies, World War II. Folder of miscellaneous items including specimens of British War Literature, etc. Contents list in folder. Oversize porfolio
  15. The American Autography Shop. Two presidents, autograph letters, manuscripts and documents of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Theodore Roosevelt. The American Autograph Shop, Merion Station, Pennsylvania, 1936. American Clipper, v. 3, n. 4, Extra number, p.[353]-368. Halter T8
  16. American Bible Society. The Bible and the nations: excerpts from letters and addresses of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Presented by the American Bible Society to the delegates of the United Nations Conference on International Organization, San Francisco, May 1945. New York: American Bible Society, 1945. unpaged. Oversize. Halter T9
  17. American Bible Society. Mr. Roosevelt and the Bible [Excerpts from letters and addresses of Mr. Roosevelt]. New York: American Bible Society, [1945]. unpaged. Halter T12
  18. American Federation of Labor. Report of proceedings of the fifty-ninth annual convention of the American Federation of Labor held at Cincinnati, Ohio October 2 to 13, inclusive 1939. Washington, DC: Judd & Detweiler, n.d. 709 p. Halter T16
  19. American Federation of Labor. Report of proceedings of the fifty-eighth annual convention of The American Federation of Labor held at Houston, Texas October 3 to 13 inclusive 1938. Washington, DC: Judd & Detweiler, n.d. 594 p. Halter T15
  20. American Federation of Labor. Report of proceedings of the sixtieth annual convention of the American Federation of Labor held at New Orleans, Louisiana November 18 to 29, inclusive 1940. Washington, DC: Ransdell, n.d. 705 p. Halter T17
  21. American Federation of Labor. Report of proceedings of the sixty-first annual convention of the American Federation of Labor held at Seattle, Washington October 6 to 16, inclusive 1941. Washington, DC: Ransdell, n.d. 746 p. Halter T18
  22. The American Legion. Summary of proceedings, fifteenth annual national convention of the American Legion, Chicago, Illinois, October 2, 3, 4 and 5, 1933. [Indianapolis: The American Legion, 1933]. 54 p. Halter T19
  23. American Liberty League Pamphlets. Folder containing 19 pamphlets, contents list in folder. Numbered series include: 11, 18, 39, 44, 52, 47, 58, 63, 91, 112, 117, 126, 130, 132, 133, 134. Oversize
  24. Americans for Democratic Action. The Roosevelt yearbook. Vol. 1-4, 1949-1952. Vol. 4 has title: Fourth Annual Roosevelt Day, January 25, 1952. Halter T21. Volume 1 only.
  25. Anderson, Clinton P. Twenty years of teamwork: the story of what the American people have accomplished since 1932, compiled from official sources. n.p, n.d. 106 p., illus. 2 copies
  26. Anderson, Walter H. Dru deal [an open challenge to the New Dealers]. Denver: Anderson, 1944. 185 p. 2 copies
  27. Anonymous. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, January 30, 1882-April 12, 1945. (In The Child, vol. 9, no. 11 (May 1945) p. 163-165)
  28. Archer, Gleason L. On the cuff. Boston: Suffolk University Press, [c1944]. 249 p.
  29. Armes, Ethel. Stratford Hall, the great house of the Lees; with an introduction by Franklin D. Roosevelt. Richmond, VA: Garrett and Massie, 1936. 583 p., illus. Halter T25
  30. Asbell, Bernard. When F.D.R. died. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, [c1961]. xi, 211 p., illus.
  31. Ashburn, Frank D. Peabody of Groton, a portrait. New York: Coward McCann, [c1944]. 444 p., illus.
  32. Ashley, Clifford W. Whaleships of New Bedford, sixty plates, from drawings by Clifford W. Ashley; with an introduction by Franklin D. Roosevelt. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1929. 60 plates. Halter T27. "This edition is limited to one thousand and thirty-five copies of which one thousand are for sale."
  33. The Associated Press News Annual: 1945. New York: Rinehart, [c1946]. 565 p., illus.
  34. Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities. Proceedings, fifty-first annual convention, Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities... Washington, D.C. November 14-17, 1937. [Washington: Executive Committee of the Association, 1938]. 374 p. Halter T29
  35. The Atlantic Charter. New York: British Library of Information, 1941. Broadside. 2 copies. Folder also contains reprint (1946) of official London printing of the declaration.
  36. Bailey, Rosalie Fellows. Pre-revolutionary Dutch houses and families, in Northern New Jersey and Southern New York; with an introduction by Franklin D. Roosevelt. Photography by Margaret de M. Brown. Prepared under the auspices of The Holland Society of New York. New York: William Morrow, 1936. 612 p., illus. "Of this book a limited edition of six hundred sixty-six copies has been printed of which this is number 627." Halter T31 oversize
  37. Bailey, S. H. Mr. Roosevelt's experiments. London: Hogarth Press, 1935. 48 p. (Day to day pamphlets, no. 24) Halter T32
  38. Bailey, Stephen K. Roosevelt and his New Deal. [London: Fact, 1938]. 96 p. "A monograph a month - number nineteen." The October 1938 issue of Fact. Halter T33
  39. Bailey, Thomas Andrew, 1902-. Hitler vs. Roosevelt: the undeclared naval war. By thomas A. Bailey and Paul B. Ryan. New York: Free Press, [c1979]. 303 p., illus.
  40. Barkely Alben W. Address by Hon. Alben W. Barkley of Kentucky as Permanent Chairman of the Democratic National Convention, at Chicago, Ill., on July 16, 1940. President's work for peace. (Not printed at Government expense). Washington: Government Printing Office, 1940. 15 p.
  41. Barkley, Alben W. Revealing results of the Roosevelt administration. Address by Hon. Alben W. Barkley of Kentucky, May 23, 1939. (Not printed at Government expense). Washington: Government Printing Office, 1939. 4p. oversize
  42. Barkley, Alben W. That reminds me--. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1954. 288 p., illus.
  43. Barnard, H. K. Anton the martyr. [Chicago: Marion, 1933]. 93 p., frontis. Halter T35
  44. Barnes, Harry Elmer, ed. Perpetual war for perpetual peace: a critical examination of the foreign policy of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and its aftermath. Caldwell, ID: Caxton Printers, 1953. 679 p.
  45. Barnes, Harry Elmer. A review of the world crisis and American foreign policy: the challenge to isolation, 1937-1940, by William L. Langer and S. Everett Gleason. [Chicago: Chicago Tribune Public Service Office, 1952.] 15 p. "Prepared for the Chicago Sunday Tribune Magazine of Books."
  46. Barnes, Joseph. Willkie, the events he was part of -- the ideas he fought for. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1952. 405 p., illus.
  47. Barry, Richard. Theme song - 1936: Give us back our independence. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, [c1936] 160 p.
  48. Barski, A. Polarski. Echoes from Muscovy: a Russian Rhapsody. Translated by Prof. Ramo Mayyahk. Boston: Christopher Publishing House, [c1940] 59 p.
  49. Baruch, Bernard M. Baruch: my own story. New York: Henry Holt, c1957. xii, 337 p.: photos; 21 cm.
  50. Bealle, Morris A. Fugitives from a brain gang, by Morris A. Bealle in collaboration with Analyticus Marsh. Washington: Columbia Publishing Company, [c1940] 256 p. Inscription facing title: "Feb. 14, '40. To Dr. and Mrs. A.W. Kac. I love you because you love the things that I love. 'Analyticus' Marsh."
  51. Bealle, Morris A. Washington Squirrel cage. [Washington: Bealle, 1944] 64 p.
  52. Beard, Charles A., ed. America faces the future. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, [c1932] 416 p. Halter T39
  53. Beard, Charles A. American foreign policy in the making, 1932-1940: a study in resonsibilities. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1946. 336 p. Halter T40
  54. Beard, Charles A. The Old Deal and the New, by Charles A. Beard and George H. E. Smith. New York: Macmillan, 1941. 294 p.
  55. Beard, Charles A. President Roosevelt and the coming of the war, 1941: a study in appearances and realities. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1948. 614 p. Halter T41. DJ. Review slip laid in.
  56. Beard, Charles A. The presidents in American history. New York: Messner, [c1935] 212 p., illus. Revised edition 1946.
  57. Becerra, Marilyn, ed. "FDR's Hyde Park." (in Picture, Minneapolis Tribune (January 24, 1982) pp. 1-22). Also includes "FDR in Minnesota."
  58. Beckles, Gordon. America chooses! in the words of President Roosevelt (June 1940-June 1941) with a running commentary presented by Gordon Beckles. London: George G. Harrap, [1941]. 144 p. Halter T42
  59. The Belgain Information Center. The President knows... [cover title] A message from the president to the Belgian people. New York: The Belgian Information Center, n.d. unpaged. illus. 2 copies
  60. Bell, Margaret. Margaret Fuller: a biography by Margaret Bell. With an introduction by Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt. New York: Albert and Charles Boni, 1930. 320 p. Halter unlisted.
  61. Bellush, Bernard. Franklin D. Roosevelt as governor of New York. New York: Columbia University Press, 1955. 338 p.
  62. Bent, Myron H. 'Round and around coming out nowhere: a review of the New Deal with an appeal to reason. Washington: Bent, [c1936]. 288 p. illus. Autographed on the fly leaf: "Weith best wishes of the Author for the early return of sanity in our Government. Myron H. Bent."
  63. Berger, V. President Franklin D. Roosevelts svenska härstamning. New York: Bonniers, n.d. 14 p.
  64. Beschloss, Michael R. Kennedy and Roosevelt: the uneasy alliance. Foreword by James MacGregor Burns. New York: W. W. Norton, [c1980] 318 p., illus. Halter unlisted.
  65. Bestor, Arthur. Three presidents and their books: the reading of Jefferson [by] Arthur Bestor, Lincoln [by] David C. Mearns, Franklink D. Roosevelt [by] Jonathan Daniels. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1955. 129 p. (Fifth annual Windsor lecture in Librarianship) DJ
  66. Bible. New Testament. My daily reading from the four gospels and the New Testament, Gospels unified, Epistles unified. Cover title: New Testament, Roman Catholic version. Presented by the Army of the United States. n.p. n.d. 575 p. [see note Halter T342]
  67. Bible. New Testament. The New Testament of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ... Made especially for The Gideons by National Bible Press, Philadelphia, [1942]. 511, 123 p. [see note Halter T342]
  68. Bible. New Testament. The New Testament of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ... Published under the direction of the Chief of Chaplains. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1942. 607 p. Cover title: New Testament Protestant version. [see not Halter T342]
  69. Bible. New Testament. The New Testament of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ... New York: American Bible Society, [1940]. 512 p. Halter T342
  70. Bible. Old Testament. Selections. Readings from the Holy Scriptures for Jewish soldiers and sailors. New York: Jewish Welfare Board, 1942. 512 p. [see note Halter T342]
  71. Bible. Old Testament. Selections. Readings from the Holy Scriptures: prepared for use of Jewish personnel of the Army of the United States. Published under the direction of the Chief of Chaplains. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1942. 512 p. [see note Halter T342]
  72. Binkley, Wilfred E. President and Congress. New York: Knopf, 1947. 312, vii p. Bibliography: p. 301-312.
  73. Bishop, Jim. FDR's last year, April 1944-April 1945. New York: Morrow, 1974. 690 p., illus. Bibliography: p. 671-674.
  74. Black, Harold Garnet. The true Woodrow Wilson, crusader for Democracy; with an introduction by Franklin D. Roosevelt. New York: Revell, [c1946]. 270 p. Halter T46
  75. Black, Ruby. Eleanor Roosevelt: a biography. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, [c1940]. 331 p. Halter T47
  76. Block, H. G. The Roosevelt Memorial Ceremony at Campobello, New Brunswick. [Sackville, New Brunswick: The Tribune Press, 1946]. 19 p., illus. Cover title: Memorial Ceremony in honor of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Campobello, New Brunswick, August 1, 1946. Halter T49. 2 copies
  77. Bloom, Vera. There's no place like Washington. New York: Putnam, [c1944]. 296 p., illus. "Third impression."
  78. Blue book of the inauguration of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and John Nance Garner as President and Vice President of the United States, March 4, 1933. Compiled and edited by the Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Official Program Committee. [Washington: Ransdell Incorporated, 1933.] 109 p., illus. Halter T367. Oversize
  79. Blum, John Morton, 1921-. The progressive presidents: Roosevelt, Wilson, Roosevelt, Johnson. New York: W. W. Norton, [c1980] 221 p. Halter unlisted.
  80. Bone, Hugh A. "Smear" politics: an analysis of 1940 campaign literature; introduction by Senator Guy Gillette. Washington: American Council on Public Affairs, [c1941]. 49 p.
  81. Boris, George. Le révolution Roosevelt. Deuxième edition. Paris: Gallimard, [c1934] 222 p.
  82. Bowles, Chester. Promises to keep: my years in public life, 1941-1969. New York: Harper & Row, [c1971]. 657 p., illus. Halter unlisted.
  83. Braley, Berton. New Deal ditties: or, Running in the Red with Roosevelt. New York: Greenberg, [c1936]. 60 p.
  84. Brandeis, Erich. Franklin D. Roosevelt the man. New York: American Offset Corporation, [c1936]. 55 p. Halter T59
  85. Brandenburg, Earnest. Franklin D. Roosevelt's international speeches, 1939-1941. Reprinted from Speech Monographs Research Annual, vol. XVI, no. 1, 1949, pp. [21]-40.
  86. Brandenburg, Earnest. The preparation of Franklin D. Roosevelt's speeches. Reprinted from The Quarterly Journal of Speech, Vol. 35, No. 2, April 1949. pp. [214]-221.
  87. Brockway, Wallace, ed. High moment: stories of supreme crises in the lives of great men, as told by Bertrand Russell, etc. Edited, with an introduction by Wallace Brockway. New York: Simon an dSchuster, 1955. 273 p.
  88. Brogan, Denis W. The era of Franklin D. Roosevelt: a chronicle of the New Deal and global war. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1950. 382 p. (The Chronicles of America series, 52)
  89. Browder, Earl. What is the New Deal. New York: Workers Library Publishers, [1933]. 22 p.
  90. Burke, Robert E. Olson's new deal for California. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1953. 279 p. Bibliography: p. 255-265.
  91. Burns, James MacGregor. Roosevelt: the lion and the fox. New York: Harcourt, Brace, [c1956]. 2 copies: 1 copy-2nd printing, August 1956.
  92. Burns, James MacGregor. Roosevelt: the soldier of freedom. 1st edition. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, [c1970]. 722 p., illus. DJ
  93. Burroughs, William S. Roosevelt after inauguration, and other atrocities. [San Francisco:] City Lights Books, [c1979]. 54 p.
  94. Busch, Noel F. T. R.: the story of Theodore Roosevelt and his influence on our times. New York: Reynal, 1963. 346 p., illus.
  95. Busch, Noel F. What manner of man? New York: Harper, [c1944]. 189 p. Halter T63
  96. Busch, Vannevar. Science the endless frontier: a report to the president, July 1945. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1945. 184 p.
  97. Byrnes, James F. All in one lifetime. New York: Harper & Brothers, [c1958]. 432 p., illus.
  98. Byrnes, James F. Speaking frankly. New York: Harper, [c1947]. 324 p.
  99. Campaign leaflets, including a complete set (15) of the "Rainbow Fliers," 1936. Oversize
  100. Campaign literature. Three folders of miscellaneous leaflets, etc. Contents list in each folder. Oversize
  101. Canada and the war. Visit of the President of the United States to the capital of Canada. Addresses by the Right Honourable W. L. Mackenzie King, Franklin D. Roosevelt, The Honourable Thomas Vien [and] the Honourable James Allison Glen. Parliament Hill, Ottawa, August 25, 1943. Ottawa: Cloutier, 1943. 14 p. Halter T65
  102. Carman, W. Philip. Roosevelt. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 1882-1945. Wellington, New Zealand: Reed, [1945]. 51 p. Halter T66
  103. Carmichael, Donald S. An introduction to The Log of the Larooco, being chiefly the correspondence of Franklin D. Roosevelt and John S. Lawrence [reprinted from The Franklin D. Roosevelt Collector, November, 1948]. 37 p. Halter T67
  104. Carson, DeWitt. "My goodness!" said the princess: a modern fairy tale for grown-ups. New York: Kinsey, 1938. 57 p., illus. Halter T69
  105. Carter, John Franklin. The Catoctin conversation, by Jay Franklin [pseud.]: with an introduction by Sumner Welles. New York: Scribner, 1947. 283 p.
  106. The case against Franklin D. Roosevelt. [New York: The Record Publishing Co., Inc., 1936]. unpaged, illus. Halter T70
  107. Casey, John T. Farley and tomorrow, by John T. Casey and James Bowles. Chicago: Reilly & Lee, 1937. 282 p. Halter T71
  108. Catton, Bruce. The war lords of Washington. New York: Harcourt, Brace, [c1948]. 313 p.
  109. Cavanah, Frances. Triumphant adventure, the story of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Illustrated by Jo Polseno. New York: Rand McNally, [c1964]. 184 p.
  110. Cey, Arturo Vazquez. Oda Christiana a Franklin D. Roosevelt. Buenos Aires: Julio Suarez, 1946. 21 p., illus. oversize
  111. Chamberlin, William Henry. America's second crusade. Chicago: Henry Regnery, 1950. 372 p.
  112. Charriez, J. Villaronga. Politica exterior del presidente Franklin D. Roosevelt. San Juan: Biblioteca de autores Puertorriqueños, n.d. 339 p.
  113. Chevalier, Gérard. Connaissez-vous...Roosevelt? Montréal: Editions fides, [1941?] 28 p. (Connaissez-vous...? no. 4)
  114. Chicago, a century of progress, 1833-1933. Chicago: Marquette, [1933]. 158 p., illus. Halter T72
  115. Childs, Marquis W. I write from Washington. New York: Harper, [c1942]. 331 p. Also 2nd edition
  116. Childs, Marquis W. They hate Roosevelt! New York: Harper, [c1936]. 7 p. Circulated by Democratic National Committee, Hotel Biltmore, New York. [Halter T6 - see note]
  117. Church Laymen. This may be news to you... n.p.: Church Laymen, n.d. [2] p., illus.
  118. Churchill, Winston S. Great contemporaries. London: The Reprint Society, [1941]. 344 p.
  119. Churchill, Winston S. Onwards to victory: war speeches by the Right Hon. Winston S. Churchill. Compiled by Charles Eade. Boston: Little, Brown, 1944. 357 p.
  120. Churchill, Winston S. The Second World War. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1948-1953. 6 v.
  121. Churchill, Winston S. Step by step, 1936-1939. New York: Putnam, [c1939]. 323 p., port.
  122. Churchill, Winston S. Victory: war speeches by the Right Hon. Winston S. Churchill. Compiled by Charles Eade. Boston: Little, Brown, 1946. 307 p.
  123. Churchill, Winston S. While England slept: a survey of world affairs, 1932-1938. With a preface and notes by Randolph S. Churchill. New York: Putnam, 1938. 404 p., port.
  124. Ciclo de conferencias en homenaje a Franklin Delano Roosevelt, el buen vecino. Asociacion Rosarina de Intercambio cultural, Argentino-Norteamericano. n.p. n.d. 69 p.
  125. Cikoch, George. The death of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. n.p.: Noel Young, n.d. unpaged.
  126. City of Praha and American Institute in Czechoslovakia. Addresses delivered at the Roosevelt Commemorative Ceremony on the first anniversary of the President's death on April 12, 1946 in the Smetana Hall of the Representation Building of the City of Praha. [Praha:] City of Praha and American Institute in Czechoslovakia, [1946]. 14 p., illus. oversize. Halter T77
  127. Clapper, Olive Ewing. Washington tapestry. New York: Whittlesey House, [c1946]. 303 p. Halter T78
  128. Clapper, Raymond. Watching the world; edited and with a biographical sketch by Mrs. Raymond Clapper. Introduction by Ernie Pyle. New York: Whittlesey House, [c1944]. 372 p., illus.
  129. Clark, Donald Jr. Poem for a prophet. Columbia, SC: The Westwind Press, [c1947]. 39 p. Autographed on fly leaf: "Sincerely, Donald Clark Jr." Halter T79
  130. Clary, William W. Shall we elect a president or a commander-in-chief. [Los Angeles: Parker & Co., 1944] 17 p.
  131. Clauss, Max Walter. Der Weg nach Jalta, Präsident Roosevelts Verantwortung. Heidelberg: Kurt Vowinckel Verlag, 1952. 276 p., illus.
  132. Clemens, Cyril. The man from Missouri: a biography of Harry S. Truman. Foreword by Phil M. Donnelly, Governor of Missouri. New York: J. P. Didier, 1945. 184 p., illus. International Mark Twain Society, Webster Groves, Missouri on title.
  133. Clemens, Cyril. Mark Twain and Franklin D. Roosevelt; with foreword by Eleanor Roosevelt. London: T. Werner Laurie, 1949. 20 p., illus. Signed by author on title page. International Mark Twain Society, Webster Groves, Missouri on title.
  134. Clow, William E., Jr. A business man's personal views of the Roosevelt administration. Chicago: William E. Clow, Jr., 1936. 33 p. Halter T83
  135. Cobb, William T. The strenuous life: the "Oyster Bay" Roosevelts in business and finance. New York: William E. Rudge's, 1946. dj 2 copies
  136. Cohn, Victor. Four billion dimes. [Minneapolis:] Minneapolis Star and Tribune, [April 1955]. 134 p., illus.
  137. Cole, Wayne S. America first: the battle against intervention, 1940-1941. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1953. 305 p., illus. Bibliography: p. 269-280.
  138. The Colophon, a quarterly for bookmen. New Series. Vol. 1, number 4, Spring 1936. New York: Pynson Printers, 1936. Contains "The president as author" by Frederick B. Adams, Jr.
  139. Columbia Broadcasting System. From Pearl Harbor into Tokyo: the story as told by war correspondents on the air. New York: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1945. 312 p., illus.
  140. Comer, Burt. The tale of a fox: as Kansans know Alfred M. Landon. Wichita, KS: Burt Comer, [c1936]. 89 p., illus.
  141. Committee to Re-Elect Roosevelt and Lehman. Roosevelt, Lehman, labor and business. [New York:] The Committee, [1936]. 4 p.
  142. Connally, Tom. My name is Tom Connally, by Senator Tom Connally as told to Alfred Steinberg. New York, [c1954]. 376 p., illus.
  143. Cope, Alfred Haines. Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Supreme Court; edited with an introduction by Alfred Haines Cope [and] Fred Krinsky. Boston: Heath, [c1952]. 109 p. (Problems in American Civilization)
  144. Corcoran Gallery of Art. Exhibition of paintings, prints and models of ships and other marine subjects lent by the President of the United States, April 5th to May 3rd, 1936, inclusive. Washington: The Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1936. 15 p. Halter T90
  145. Corwin, Norman. We hold these truths: a dramatic celebration of the American Bill of Rights, including an address by Franklin D. Roosevelt. Illustrations by Samuel M. Adler. [New York:] Howell, Soskin, [c1942]. 47 p., illus. Halter T92
  146. Coughlin, Charles E. The New Deal in Money. Royal Oak, Michigan: Radio League of the Little Flower, 1933. 128 p.
  147. Cox, James M. Journey through my years. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1946. 463 p., port. Autographed on back of portrait by the author. Halter T93
  148. Craig, Ira. Democratic campaign songs, poems and jokes for the 1936 campaign. Bloomfield, Ind.: Ira Craig, [1936?] unpaged.
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  329. Hoover, Herbert. The challenge to liberty. New York: Scribner, 1934. 212p.
  330. Hoover, Herbert. The memoirs of Herbert Hoover: years of adventure 1874-1920. New York: Macmillan Company, 1951. v. 1
  331. Hoover, Herbert. The memoirs of Herbert Hoover. New York: Macmillan, 1952. 2v. Contents.-v.2 1920-1933, The cabinet and the presidency.- v.3 1929-1941., The great depression.
  332. Hoover, Irwin Hood. Forty-two years in the White House. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1934. 332p., illus.
  333. Hopkins, Harry L. Spending to save: the complete story of relief, 1st ed. New York: W.W. Norton, 1936. 197p. ; 19cm. Signed by author.
  334. Hughes, T.W. Forty years of Roosevelt. Chicago: T.W. Hughes, 1944. 47p. 2 copies. Halter T216
  335. Hull, Cordell. The memoirs of Cordell Hull, 1st printing. New York: Macmillan, 1948. 2 v. boxed.
  336. Hull, Cordell. The memoirs of Cordell Hull. New York: Macmillan, 1948. 2v., illus. Halter T218
  337. Hurd, Charles. Washington cavalcade. New York: Dutton, 1948. 320p., illus. (Society in America Series)
  338. Hurd, Charles. When the New Deal was young and gay; Forward by James A. Farley. New York: Hawthorn Books Inc., 1965. 288p., illus.
  339. Hurd, Charles. The White House, a biography; the story of the house, its occupants, its place in American history. New York: Harper, 1940. 339p., illus.
  340. Husband, Joseph. On the coast of France, the story of the United States naval forces in French waters; with "preface" by Franklin D. Roosevelt. Chicago: A.C. McClurg, 1919. 127p., illus. Halter T219
  341. Husted, William H. Bott, the story of a schoolmaster. New York: Coward-McCann, 1936. 307p., illus. Halter T220
  342. Hyde Park Historical Association. The Hyde Park Historian. March 1950, number 4. Hyde Park: the Association, 1950. 2p.
  343. Hyde Park Industries. Hyde Park. Hyde Park: Hyde Park Industries, 1946. unpaged. illus. Halter T221
  344. Ickes, Harold L. America's House of Lords, an inquiry into the freedom of the press. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1939. 214p.
  345. Ickes, Harold L. Back to work, the story of PWA. New York: Macmillan, 1935. 276p., illus.
  346. Ickes, Harold L. The new Democracy. New York: Norton, 1934. 156p. Signed on fly leaf by the author. Presentation copy with inscription from Frank H. Orr to James Linn Beege, Dec. 24, 1934.
  347. Ickes, Harold L. The secret diary of Harold L. Ickes. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1953-54. 3 v. Contents.-v.1 The first thousand days.-v.2 The inside struggle.-v.3 The lowering clouds. laid in v. 3 a reader's guide.
  348. Immel, Elmond C. That man-Franklin Delano Roosevelt. New York: William-Frederick Press, 1945. 16p. (The William-Frederick Poets, no. 17) Halter T222
  349. Independent Voters of Illinois. 10th Anniversary-Roosevelt Day celebration, Wednesday, February 10, 1954. Terrace Casino, Morrison Hotel, Chicago. Chicago: 1954. 68p.
  350. Instead of a Christmas carol, including the text of President Roosevelt's United Flag Day address. Berkeley Heights, N.J: published and printed privately by the Oriole Press, 1942. 16p. "Edition limited to one-hundred-and-sixty copies; none for sale."
  351. Isley, Bliss. The Presidents, men of faith. Boston: W.A. Wilde Company, 1953. 284p., illus.
  352. Israel, Fred L. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1985. 112p., illus. (World Leaders Past & Present)
  353. Jackson, Robert H. A presidential legal opinion. Cambridge, Mass.: The Harvard Law Review, 1953. pp. 1353-1361. Reprinted from Harvard Law Review, Volume 66, Number 8, June, 1953.
  354. Jackson, Robert H. The struggle for judicial supremacy: a study of a crisis in American power politics, 1st ed. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1941. xx, 3, 361, iv p. ; 22cm
  355. Jacoby, Robert L. compiled. Calendar of the speeches and other published statements of Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1910-1920. The Franklin D. Roosevelt Library. Hyde Park, N.Y.: the Library, 1952. 160p.
  356. Janeway, Eliot. The struggle for survival; a chronicle of economic mobilization in World War II. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1951. 383p. front. (The Chronicles of America Series, no. 53)
  357. Japanese Chamber of Commerce of New York. The Sino-Japanese Crisis, 1937. New York: Japanese Chamber of Commerce of New York, 1937. 59p.
  358. Jeffries, John W. Testing the Roosevelt coalition. Conneticut society and politics in the era of World War II. Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press, 1979. 312p. (Twentieth- Century America Series)
  359. Jewett, W.N. The crucifixion of Democracy. Cynthiana, Ky.: Hobson Book Press, 1944. 96p. Halter T225
  360. Johnson, Alvin Page. Franklin D. Roosevelt's colonial ancestors; their part in the making of American history. Boston: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1933. 222p. port. Halter T226
  361. Johnson, Frank Woodruff. The octopus. Omaha, Nebraska: the Author, 1940. 256p., illus.
  362. Johnson, Gerald W. American heroes and hero-worship. New York: Harper, 1941. 284p.
  363. Johnson, Gerald W. Incredible tale: the odyssey of the average American in the last half century, 1st ed. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1950. 301p. Inscribed by author.
  364. Johnson, Gerald W. Roosevelt: dictator or democrat? New York: Harper, 1941. 303p. Halter T228
  365. Johnson, Gerald W. Roosevelt: dictator or democrat?, 1st ed. New York: Harper &Brothers, 1941. 303p.; 22cm. Signed by author. Halter T228
  366. Johnson, Hugh S. The blue eagle from egg to earth, 1st ed. Garden City, New York: Doubleday- Doran, 1935. 459p., illus.
  367. Johnson, Hugh S. The Blue Eagle from egg to earth. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday-Doran, 1935. 459p., illus.
  368. Jones, J. Edward. "And so-they indicted me!" New York: J.Edward Jones Publishing Corporation, 1938. 253p. Presentation copy from the author: "For-My good friend Mr. W. Seymour Lacy, with regards and best wishes always. J. Edward Jones. 6/10 '38."
  369. Jones, J. Edward. "And so-they indicted me!" New York, J. Edward Jones Publishing Corporation, 1938. 253p. Copy 2. With TLs from Jones to Charles Lilly Horn dated 12 July 1938 inserted.
  370. Jones, Jesse H. Fifty billion dollars; my thirteen years with the RFC (1932-1945). New York: Macmillan, 1951. 631p., illus.
  371. Josephson, Emanuel M. The strange death of Franklin D. Roosevelt: history of the Roosevelt-Delano dynasty, America's royal family, 1st ed. New York: Chedney, 1948. 333p., illus. DJ
  372. Josephson, Emanuel M. The strange death of Franklin D. Roosevelt; history of the Roosevelt-Delano dynasty, America's royal family. New York: Chedney Press, 1948. 333p. Advance review issue Halter T229
  373. Josephson, Emanuel M. The strange death of Franklin D. Roosevelt; history of the Roosevelt-Delano dynasty, America's royal family. New York: Chedney press, 1948. 333p. Halter T230
  374. Josephson, Emanuel M. The strange death of Franklin D. Roosevelt; a history of the Roosevelt-Delano dynasty, America's royal family. New York: Chedney, 1948. pp. 289-320. Promotional booklet of an excerpt from the book labeled as "uncorrected proof of" before the title [see Halter 229-230] 3 copies.
  375. Kamp, Joseph P. The fifth column in Washington! New Haven: Constitutional Educational League, Inc., 1940. 33p.
  376. Kamp, Joseph P. The hell with G.I. Joe! Bureaucratic regimentation vs. constitutional government, by Joseph P. Kamp with the views of W. Lee O'Daniel, Paul McNutt, Albert Jay Nock, Francis Biddle, John Edgar Hoover. New York: Constitutional Educational League, Inc. n.d. 13p.
  377. Katz, Lee. The pictorial life of Franklin Delano Roosevelt "Protector of world freedom." New York: Virson Company, 1945. unpaged, illus. Halter T234
  378. Kennedy, Joseph P. I'm for Roosevelt. New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1936. 149p. Halter T237
  379. Kennedy, Joseph P. I'm for Roosevelt. New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1936. 149p. [see Halter T237] 2 copies; paperback edition, fifth printing.
  380. Kershner, Howard Eldred. The menace of Roosevelt and his policies. New York: Greenberg, 1936. 132p. Halter T238
  381. Kierman, R.H. President Roosevelt. London: Harrap, 1948. 240p., illus. Halter T239
  382. Kilpatrick, Carroll. Roosevelt and Daniels, a friendship in politics; edited with an introduction by Carroll Kilpatrick. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1952. 226p.
  383. King, Judson. Power records of Hoover and Roosevelt, a non-partisan analysis for the information of voters. Washington D.C.: National Popular Government League, 1932. 22p. Promotional literature for the League inserted. Halter T240
  384. King, W.L. Mackenzie. The Hyde Park declaration. Cooperation in economic defense, statement by Right Hon. W.L. Mackenzie King, House of Commons, April 28, 1941. Ottawa: Cloutier, 1941. 15p. Halter T241
  385. Kingdon, Frank. Architects of the Republic: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Franklin D. Roosevelt. New York: Alliance Publishing Co., 1947. 284p. Halter T243
  386. Kingdon, Frank. As FDR said, a treasury of his speeches, conversations and writings. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1950. 256p. 2 copies; 1 copy signed by author on title page.
  387. Kingdon, Frank. "That man" in the White House, you and your President, with a message by Rex Stout. New York: Arco, 1944. 182p., illus. Halter T242
  388. Kingdon, Frank. "That man" in the White House, you and your President, with a message by Rex Stout. New York: Arco, 1944. 77p., illus. Seventh printing. [see note Halter T242]
  389. Kinnaird, Clark, ed. It happened in 1945. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1946. 464p., illus.
  390. Kinnaird, Clark, ed. The real F.D.R.; an intimate close-up in pictures and anecdotes, with a factual record of his life and works. With an introduction by Philip S. Foner. New York: Citadel Press, 1945. 122p., illus. Halter T244
  391. Kirsh, Benjamin S. The National Industrial Recovery Act, an analysis. New York: Central Book Company, 1933. 156p.
  392. Kiwanis International. Proceedings, Twentieth annual convention of Kiwanis International, Washington D.C., June 21-25, 1936. Chicago: McGraw-Hill, 1936. 466p., port. Halter T244a
  393. Kleeman, Rita Halle. Gracious Lady, the life of Sara Delano Roosevelt. New York: Appleton-Century, 1935. 333p., illus. Halter T245
  394. Kleeman, Rita Halle. Gracious lady: the life of Sara Delano Roosevelt. New York: Appleton-Century, 1935. xvi [2] 333p. : il. ; 21cm. Signed by author.
  395. Kleeman, Rita Halle. Young Franklin Roosevelt; illustrated by Lawrence Dresser. New York: Messner, 1946. 191p. illus. Halter T246
  396. Kleiman, Max. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the tribute of the synagogue, with a forward by the Rev. Dr. Stephen S. Wise. New York: Bloch, 1946. 256p., port. Halter T247
  397. Klimas, Petras. Ghillebert de Lannoy in medieval Lithuania; voyages and embassies of an ancestor of one of America's great presidents, an introduction by Constantine R. Jurgela. New York: Lithuanian American Information Center, 1945. 96p., illus. Halter T248
  398. Knapp, Sally. Eleanor Roosevelt: a biography. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1949. 185p.; 21cm. Signed by author.
  399. Know your presidents: from George Washington to Franklin D. Roosevelt. New York: Perks-Bagg, 1940.
  400. Knowles, Archibald Campbell. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the great liberal. Burlington, N.J.: Enterprise Publishing Co., 1936. 64p. Halter T249
  401. Knowles, Archibald Campbell. "A rendezvous with destiny." Philadelphia: David McKay, 1946. 96p., front. Halter T250
  402. Knox, Frank. Trustworthiness in public office, address by Col. Frank Knox, delivered at Saint Paul, Minn. before the Minnesota Newspaper Publishers, Oct. 25, 1935. n.p. n.d. 18p., port.
  403. Knox, Frank. "We planned it that way." New York: Longmans- Green, 1938. 82p. Halter T254
  404. Koenig, Louis W. The invisible presidency. New York: Rinehart, 1960. 438p.; 23cm.
  405. Koenig, Louis William. The presidency and the crisis, powers of the office from the invasion of Poland to Pearl Harbor. New York: King's Crown Press, 1944. 166p. Halter T255. 2 copies. One copy is Ann Arbor, Mich., Edwards Brothers, 1945.
  406. Kohn, David. In memoriam, spiritual ascension of our beloved President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Los Angeles: Curio Book Shop, n.d. [1945] unpaged. Halter T256
  407. Kohn, David. In memoriam, spiritual ascension of our beloved President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Los Angeles: A Temple of Literary Devotion Publication, 1945. 8p. [see note Halter T256- 2nd edition]
  408. Kornitzer, Bela. American father and sons. New York: Hermitage House, 1952. 316p., illus.
  409. Kraus, Rene. Winston Churchill in the mirror, his life in pictures and story. New York: Dutton, 1944. 232p., illus.
  410. Krock, Arthur. A New Deal aide-memoire. New York: 1935. 38, xi p.
  411. Landon, Alfred M. America at the crossroads, Alfred M. Landon's program for American government, his interpretation of the political, economic and social principles of the Republican Party; with an introduction by Senator Arthur Capper. New York: Dodge, 1936. 95p.
  412. Langer, William L. The challenge to isolation, 1937-1940: the world crisis and American foreign policy, 1st ed. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1952. 794p.; 24cm.
  413. Langer, William L. The undeclared war, 1940-1941. New York: Published for the Council on Foreign Relation by Harper & Brothers, 1953. 963p.
  414. Las Vergnas, Raymond. F.D. Roosevelt, ou, La dictature de la liberte. Paris: Editions Universelles, 1944. 126p.
  415. Lash, Joseph P. Eleanor and Franklin, the story of their relationship, based on Eleanor Roosevelt's private papers. New York: Norton, 1971. 765p., illus. 2 copies.
  416. Lash, Joseph P. Eleanor: the years alone. Foreword by Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. New York: W.W. Norton, 1972. 368p., illus. Signed by author.
  417. Lash, Joseph P. Love, Eleanor; Eleanor Roosevelt and her friends. Foreword by Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1982. 534p., illus.
  418. Latrobe, J.H.B. A lost chapter in the history of the steamboat. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1871. 44p. (Fund- Publication, No. 5)
  419. Law, John. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, a friend to man, a tribute in verse. New York: William-Frederick, 1946. 15p. Halter T259
  420. Lawrence, David. Diary of a Washington correspondent. New York: Kinsey, 1942. 356p. Halter T260
  421. Lawrence, David. Nine honest men. New York: Appleton- Century, 1936. 164p.
  422. Lawrence, Richard W Jr. The New York State gubernatorial campaign of 1930. New York: privately printed, 1931. 53p. Halter T261
  423. Leach, Henry Goddard. "Roosevelt come of age," In The American Scandinavian Review, vol. 23, no. 1, Spring 1935: pp. 20-23. Halter not listed.
  424. Leacock, Stephen. All right, Mr. Roosevelt (Canada and the United States). Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1939. 40p. (Pamphlets on World affairs No. C.1) Halter T263
  425. Leacock, Stephen. All right, Mr. Roosevelt (Canada and the United States). New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1939. 40p. (Pamphlets on World affairs No. C.1) See note Halter T263
  426. Leahy, William D. I was there, the personal story of the Chief of Staff to Presidents Roosevelt and Truman, based on his notes and diaries made at the time; with a foreword by President Truman. New York: Whittlesey House, 1950. 527p., illus.
  427. Leech, Harper. Franklin D. Roosevelt, surprise President. Chicago: New Trend Library Publishing Co., 1933. 63p. (New Trend Library, Nos. 1-2) Halter T264
  428. Lehman, Herbert H. A tribute to Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Speech of Hon. Herbert H. Lehman of New York in the Senate of the United States, Wednesday, April 12, 1950. (Not printed at Government expense). Washington D.C.: Government Printin Office, 1950. 1p.
  429. Leighton, Isabel, ed. The aspirin age, 1919-1941. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1949. 491p.
  430. Lend-Lease Administration. Fifteenth report to Congress on Lend-Lease operations, for the period ended March 31, 1944. Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1944. 84p. Halter T276
  431. Leuchtenburg, William E. Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal, 1932-1940. New York: Harper & Row, 1963. 390p. (Harper Torchbooks, TB 3025, The New American Nation Series) Bibliography: p. 349-363.
  432. Leven en Werken van Franklin Delano Roosevelt, President der Vereenigde Staten van Amerika van 4 Maart 1933 tot 12 April 1945. Algeheel samenstelling door Cor Dommelshuizen Jr. met een gedicht van A. Roland Holst, en een biografische schets door H.P. Van Den Aardweg. Uitgegeven in 1946 door de uitg.- Mij. "West- Friesldand" te Hoorn. 36p., illus.
  433. Lindley, Ernest K. Franklin D. Roosevelt, a career in progressive democracy. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1931. 379p., port. Halter T280
  434. Lindley, Ernest K. Half way with Roosevelt. New York: Viking, 1937. 449p. dj
  435. Lindley, Ernest K. Half way with Roosevelt. New York: Viking Press, 1936. 426p. Halter T283
  436. Lindley, Ernest K. Half way with Roosevelt. Revised Edition. New York: Viking Press, 1937. 449p. Halter T284
  437. Lindley, Ernest K. The Roosevelt revolution, first phase. New York: Viking Press, 1933. 328p. Halter T281
  438. Lindley, Ernest K. The Roosevelt revolution, first phase. London: Victor Gollancz, 1934. 287p. see Halter T281- American edition
  439. Lippincott, Isaac. Sold out. New York: Appleton-Century, 1936. 298p.
  440. Lippmann, Walter. The new imperative. New York, Macmillan, 1935. 52p.
  441. Lonigan, Edna. Where is the opposition party? Washington, Human Events, Inc., 1946. 22p. (The Human Events pamphlets, number 10)
  442. Looker, Earle. The American way, Franklin Roosevelt in action, with an introduction by Colonel Edward M. House. New York: Day, 1933. 382p. Halter T287
  443. Looker, Earle. This man Roosevelt. New York: Brewer, Warren & Putnam, 1932. 233p. Halter T286
  444. Lorant, Stefan. The Presidency, a pictorial history of Presidential elections from Washington to Truman. New York, Macmillan, 1951. 775p., illus. Autographed by the author on fly leaf. Advertising brochure laid in.
  445. Lord, Russell. The Wallaces of Iowa. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1947. 615p., illus.
  446. Lorent, Pare, ed. The Roosevelt year, a photographic record. New York, Funk & Wagnalls, 1934. 197p., illus. Halter T288
  447. Low, David. A cartoon history of our times, with an introduction by Quincey Howe. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1939. 171p., illus.
  448. Low, David. Low on the war, a cartoon commentary of the years 1939-1941. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1941. 157p., illus.
  449. Low, David. Years of wrath, a cartoon history; 1931-1945. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1946. unpaged, illus.
  450. Lowitz, Sadyebeth. Young America's story of Franklin D. Roosevelt, man of action. Garden City, New York: Doubleday- Doran, 1933. 250p., illus. Halter T290
  451. Ludwig, Emil. Roosevelt, a study in fortune and power. Translated from German by Maurice Samuel. New York: Viking Press, 1938. 350p., port. Halter T293
  452. Ludwig, Emil. Roosevelt: a study in fortune and power. New York: Garden City Publishing, 1941. xii, 2, 362p. : photos; 21cm. Halter T293
  453. Ludwig, Emil. Vida de Roosevelt, un studio acerca de la suerte y el poder. Traduccion directa por Alfredo Cahn. Mexico: Editorial Diana, 1949. 287p. See Halter T293 for American English edition
  454. Lydgate, William A. What America thinks. New York: Crowell, 1944. 167p., illus.
  455. Macdonald, Dwight. Henry Wallace, the man and the myth. New York: Vanguard Press, 1948. 187p.
  456. MacDonald, Lois. Labor and the N.R.A. New York: Affiliated School for Workers Inc., 1934. 51p.
  457. Mackenzie, Compton. Mr. Roosevelt. London: Harrap, 1943. 256p., illus. Halter T294
  458. Mackenzie, Compton. Mr. Roosevelt. New York: Dutton, 1944. 256p. see not under Halter T294
  459. Mackenzie, Compton. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Praha: Sfinx Bohumil Janda, 1948. 230p., illus.
  460. Mackenzie, Compton. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Zurich: Buchergilde Gutenberg, 1943. 239p., illus.
  461. MacLeish, Archibald. A free man's books, an address. Delivered at the annual banquet of the American Booksellers Association; together with a letter by Franklin D. Roosevelt. Mount Vernon, N.Y.: Peter Pauper Press, n.d., 1942. 17p. One of 200 copies. Halter T295
  462. Madison, Charles A. Leaders and liberals in 20th century America. New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., 1961. 499p.
  463. Maine, Basil. Franklin Roosevelt, his life and achievement. London, Murray, 1938. 286p., illus. Halter T296
  464. Maine, Basil. Franklin Roosevelt, his life and achievement. London: Nicholson & Watson, 1942. 192p.
  465. Manly, Chesly. The twenty-year revolution from Roosevelt to Eisenhower. Chicago: Henry Regnery Co. 1954. 272p.
  466. The Maple's praise of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 1882-1945. Canadian tributes by Robert J.C. Stead, Dorothy Dumbrille, Nathaniel A. Benson. Ottawa: Tower Books, 1945. 18p.
  467. Martin, Franklin. Fun during recession. South Orange, N.J.: Franklin Martin, 1938. 31p., illus. 2 copies. Both copies autographed by author. Halter T298
  468. Martin, George. Madam Secretary, Frances Perkins. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1976. 589p., illus. Bibliography: p. 557-570.
  469. Maska, Napsal Eduard. F.D. Roosevelt. Praha, Vydava Orbis, 1946. 31p. (Kdo je 31)
  470. The May Ball for Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt's rest rooms for unemployed women. At the Seventh Regiment Armory, Park Avenue at 66th Street, Army and Navy participating. Monday, May 22nd Ten P.M. Mrs. William Randolph Hearst, Chairman… New York: 1993. 4p.
  471. McCabe, Joseph. The life of Roosevelt, his character and work; a British estimate. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman- Julius Publications, 1945. 95p. Halter T299
  472. McCormick, Anne O'Hare. The world at home: selections from the writing of Anne O'Hare McCormick. 1st ed. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1956. 343, viii p. ; 22 cm.
  473. McCullough, David. "The legacy, the President they can't forget." (In Parade, St. Paul Sunday Pioneer Press, January 31, 1983, pp. 6-8)
  474. McDonald, Elmer. Dear Mr. President: Old McDonald had some rhymes. n.p.: 1945. 90p.
  475. McEntee, James J. Now they are men, the story of the CCC. Washington, D.C. National Home Library Foundation, 1940. 69p.
  476. McIntire, Ross T. Twelve years with Roosevelt. London: Putnam, 1948. 244p., port.
  477. McIntire, Ross T. White House physician. New York: Putnam, 1946. 244p. Halter T300
  478. Meacham, Walter. Bonneville the Bold, the story of his adventures and explorations in the Old Oregon Country, with a foreword by General Charles H. Martin. Portland, Ore.: Meacham, 1934. 47p., port.
  479. Means, Marianne. The woman in the White House; the lives, times and influences of twelve notable First Ladies. New York: Random House, 1963. 299p.
  480. Merriam, Eve. The Real Book about Franklin D. Roosevelt. Illustrated by Bette J. Davis. Garden City, New York: Garden City Books, 1952. 191p., illus.
  481. Meyers, William H. Naval Sketches of the War in California. Introduction by FDR. 1939.
  482. Michelson, Charles. The ghost talks. New York: Putnam, 1944. 245p., illus. Halter T301
  483. Milhollen, Hirst D. Presidents on parade , with a foreword by Luther H. Evans. New York: Macmillan, 1948. 425p.
  484. Miller, Francis Trevelyan. History of World War II, with a board of historical and military authorities. Philadelphia: Universal Book and Bible House, 1945. 966p., illus.
  485. Miller, Nathan. FDR, an intimate history. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1983. 563p., illus.
  486. Miller, Nathan. The Roosevelt chronicles, the story of a great American family. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1979. 377p., illus. Halter unlisted.
  487. The mirrors of 1932 by Anonymous; with 10 cartoons by Cesare. New York: Brewer, Warren & Putnam, 1931. 247p., illus.
  488. Mitchell, Broadus. Depression decade, from New Era through New Deal, 1929-1941. New York: Rinehart, 1947. 462p., illus. (The Economic History of the United States, vol. IX)
  489. Mitchell, Ewing Young. Kicked in and kicked out of the President's Little Cabinet. Washington D.C.: The Andrew Jackson Press, 1936. 371p. Halter T302
  490. Modern men of destiny, today's makers of tomorrow's world. Chicago, Pick Hotels Corporation, 1945. 173p., illus.
  491. Moley, Raymond. After seven years. New York: Harper, 1939. 446p., illus. Halter T305
  492. Moley, Raymond. After seven years. 4th ed. New York: Harper & Bros., 1939. dj
  493. Moley, Raymond. The first New Deal, with foreword by Frank Freidel. New York: Harcourt, Brace &World, 1966. xxiii, 577p., illus.
  494. Moley, Raymond. 27 masters of politics, in a personal perspective. New York: published for Newsweek by Funk & Wagnalls, 1949. 276p., illus. Inscribed by Raymond Moley.
  495. Moley, Raymond. 27 masters of politics, in a personal perspective. New York: published for Newsweek by Funk & Wagnalls Company, 1949. 276p., illus.
  496. Monaghan, Frank. Heritage of freedom, the history & significance of the basic documents of American liberty. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1948. 150p., illus. Paperbound edition.
  497. Montgomery, Mabel. A courageous conquest. New York, Globe Book Company, 1951. 191p., illus. At head of title: The life story of Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
  498. Moore, Russell. Roosevelt riddles. Garden City, New York: Doubleday-Doran, 1936. 80p. Halter T306
  499. Morgan, Martin. The Roosevelt saga. New York: Martin Morgan, 1940. 16p. 2 copies. Halter T307
  500. Morgenstern, George. Pearl Harbor, the story of the secret war. New York: Devin-Adair, 1947. 425p. Halter T309
  501. Morgenthau, Henry Jr. L'Allemagne est notre probleme; letter- preface du President Roosevelt. Traduit de l'anglais par Denise Baye. Paris: Librairie Plon, 1947. 237p.
  502. Morison, Elting E. Turmoil and tradition; a study of the life and time of Henry L. Stimson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1960. xii, 686p., illus.
  503. Morton, H.V. Atlantic meeting ; an account of Mr. Churchill's voyage in H.M.S. Prince of Wales in August, 1941, and the conference with President Roosevelt which resulted in the Atlantic Charter. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1943. 196p., illus. Halter T310
  504. Moses, Belle. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the Minute Man of '33. New York: Appleton-Century, 1933. 201p., illus. Halter T311
  505. Mother Goose in Washington; a story of Old King Dole and his Humpty Dumpty court. New York: Telegraph Press, 1936. unpaged., illus. Halter T313
  506. Mowrer, Edgar Ansel. The nightmare of American foreign policy. New York: knopf, 1948. 283, xxii p.
  507. Murlin, Edgar L. The New York Red Book. Albany: J.B. Lyon. 1912. 723p., illus.
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  581. Proctor, David Milton. Riding high! "John VanCleve" writes to a U.S. senator about Roosevelt, communists and New Deal congressmen. Kansas City, Mo.: Brown, 1939. 128p. Halter T394. Copy 2- second printing.
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  604. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, pres. U.S., 1882-1945. Meyers, William H. Naval sketches of the war in California; reproducing twenty-eight drawings made in 1846-47, by William H. Meyers, descriptive text by Capt. Dudley W. Knox, introduction by Franklin D. Roosevelt. New York: Random House, 1939. 5p. 1., 39, 4p. xxviii col. pl. (incl. front., maps) 41cm.
  605. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Mirando adelante (Looking forward [sic]) Traducción de Luis Klappenbach. Buenos Aires: Editorial Tor, 1933. 188p.
  606. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. My friends-twenty-one history making speeches. Edited by Edward H. Kavinoky and Julian Park. Buffalo, N.Y.: Foster & Stewart, 1945. 157p. Halter T809
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  619. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Our realization of tomorrow, the Jefferson Day address of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Chicago, privately printed for Abraham Lincoln Book Shop, 1945. 11p., port. One of 200 copies. Halter T806
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  661. Roosevelt, Eleanor. If you ask me. New York: Appleton-Century, 1946. 156p.
  662. Roosevelt, Eleanor. India and the awakening East. London: Hutchinson, 1954. 168p. Halter unlisted.
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  665. Roosevelt, Eleanor. Ladies of courage. New York: Putnam, 1954. 312p. 2 copies.
  666. Roosevelt, Eleanor. The lady of the White House, an autobiography. London: Hutchinson, 1938. 287p., port.
  667. Roosevelt, Eleanor. Mother & daughter: the letters of Eleanor and Anna Roosevelt. Edited by Bernard Asbell. New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 1982. 366p.
  668. Roosevelt, Eleanor. My days. New York: Dodge, 1938. 254p.
  669. Roosevelt, Eleanor. On my own. 1st ed. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1958. xii, 241p., photos. "This copy of On My Own is one of those signed by Mrs. Roosevelt for advance presentation to friends of the author and the publisher."
  670. Roosevelt, Eleanor. On my own. 1st ed. New York: Harper, 1958. xii, 241p., illus, ports. Autographed by the author.
  671. Roosevelt, Eleanor and Helen Ferris. Partners: the United Nations and Youth. 1st ed. Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Co., 1950. 206p., illus. dj
  672. Roosevelt, Eleanor. This I remember. 1st ed. New York: Harper, 1949. 387p. illus. dj
  673. Roosevelt, Eleanor. This I remember. New York: Harper, 1949. 387p., illus. "Of the first edition of This I Remember, one thousand copies have been printed on special papers, specially bound, numbered and signed by the author. This is copy number 96."
  674. Roosevelt, Eleanor. This I remember. 1st ed. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1949. 387p., illus. Boxed. "Of the first edition of This I Remember one thousand copies have been printed on special paper, specially bound, numbered and signed by the author. This is copy Number 656."
  675. Roosevelt, Eleanor. This is America. New York: Putnam, 1942. unpaged, illus.
  676. Roosevelt, Eleanor. This is my story. New York: Harper, 1937. 365p., illus. Halter T424 Signed by the author on the half-title. Copy 2- 10th ed. (printing?)
  677. Roosevelt, Eleanor. This is my story. New York: Harper, 1937. 365p., illus. "Of the first edition of This is my story two hundred and fifty-eight large paper copies have been printed from type. Two hundred and fifty copies are for sale. Each volume is numbered and signed by the author. This copy is number 121." Halter T423
  678. Roosevelt, Eleanor. This is my story. 10th ed. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1937. 365p., illus.
  679. Roosevelt, Eleanor. This is my story. 10th ed. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1937. 365p., illus.
  680. Roosevelt, Eleanor. This is my story. (Japanese edition)
  681. Roosevelt, Eleanor. This troubled world. New York: Kinsey, 1938. 47p. Signed on half-title by the author.
  682. Roosevelt, Eleanor. A trip to Washington with Bobby and Betty. New York: Dodge Publishing Company, 1935. 91p., illus.
  683. Roosevelt, Eleanor. You learn by living. New York: Harper, 1960. 211p.
  684. Roosevelt, Elliott. An untold story, the Roosevelts of Hyde Park. New York: Putnam, 1973. 338p., illus. Book Club edition.
  685. Roosevelt, Elliott. An untold story, the Roosevelts of Hyde Park. New York: Putnam, 1973. 338p., illus. Third impression.
  686. Roosevelt, Elliott. As he saw it; with a foreword by Eleanor Roosevelt. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1946. 270p. Halter T429 [see note also]
  687. Roosevelt, Elliott. As he saw it; with a foreword by Eleanor Roosevelt. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce,1946. xviii, [25], 270p.; 22cm. 1st printing. Signed by author. Halter T429
  688. Roosevelt, Elliott. Mon pére m'a dit… (As he saw it); Préface d'Eleanor Roosevelt, traduction de Nathalie Gara. Paris: Flammarion, 1947. 305p.
  689. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Acceptance address by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, broadcast from the White House on July 19, 1940. (Not printed at Government expense.) Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1940. 14p. Halter T692
  690. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Address of the President of the United States delivered before a joint session of the two houses of Congress, January 3, 1934. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1934. 6p. (73rd Congress, 2nd session. House Document No. 109) Halter T572
  691. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Address of the President of the United States delivered before a joint session of the two houses of Congress, January 4, 1935. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1935. 8p. (74th Congress, 1st session, House Document No. 1) Halter T599
  692. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Address of the President of the United States delivered before a joint session of the two houses of Congress, January 3, 1936. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1936. 9p. (74th Congress, 2nd session. House Document No. 382) Halter T614
  693. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Address of President Franklin D. Roosevelt before the Young Democratic Clubs of Maryland, delivered at Baltimore, Md. April 13, 1936. (Printed in the Congressional Record of April 14, 1936) Not printed at Government expense. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1936. 8p.
  694. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. The address of the President of the United States at Chautauqua, New York on August 14, 1936 on the subjects of the Foreign Relations of the United States and of War. Chicago: privately printed, 1936. 16p. Halter T618
  695. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Address of the President of the United States delivered before a joint session of the two houses of Congress, January 6, 1937. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1937. 7p. (75th Congress, 1st session. House Document No. 1) Halter T625
  696. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Address of President Franklin D. Roosevelt to the joint session of Congress, January 3, 1940. (Not printed at Government expense). Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1940. 8p. Halter T678
  697. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Address of President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered at Constitution Hall, Washington, D.C. to the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, chauffeurs, stablemen and helpers, Wednesday, September 11, 1940. n.p.: n.d. unpaged. Halter T697
  698. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Address of the President of the United States delivered before a joint session of the two houses of Congress, January 6, 1942. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1942. 6p. (77th Congress, 2nd session. House Document No. 501) Halter T738
  699. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Address of the President of the United States delivered before a joint session of the two houses of Congress, January 7, 1943. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1943. 9p. (78th Congress, 1st session. House Document No. 1) Halter T762
  700. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Address by Franklin Delano Roosevelt, President of the United States, September 23rd, 1944 at the annual convention of the Teamsters Union, Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C.: Democratic National Committee, 1944.
  701. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Address of the President of the United States on National Defense. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1940. 5p. (76th Congress, 3rd session, House Document No. 751) Halter T682
  702. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Advance mimeographed press releases for speeches to be given by the President: July 19, 1940; October 24, 1940; May 27, 1941; July 21, 1941; January 6, 1942; January 11, 1944.
  703. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Agriculture. What is wrong and what to do about it. Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt's speech at Topeka, Kansas, September 14, 1932. New York: Democratic National Committee, 1932. 19p. Halter T535
  704. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Ah that voice: the fireside chats of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Compiled by Kenneth D. Yeilding and Paul H. Carlson. Odessa, Texas: The Presidential Museum, 1974. 248p. Limited edition of 500 copies.
  705. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. The American way; selections from the public addresses and papers of Franklin D. Roosevelt; edited by Dagobert D. Runes. New York: Philosophical Library, 1944. 71p., port. Halter T793
  706. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Amerikas Weg; Auszüge aus seinen öffentlichen Reden und Dokumenten, Gesammelt von Dagobert D. Runes. Zürich: Steinberg Verlag, 1946. 93p., port.
  707. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Americanism. Glendale, California: John Valentine, 1949. unpaged. Christmas greeting, 1949.
  708. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. A Baker Street folio; five letters about Sherlock Holmes from Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Summit, N.J.: Pamphlet House, 1945. unpaged. Copy 132 of a limited edition of 150 copies. Halter T805
  709. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Bleibende Worte. Linz: Brücken Verlag, 1946. 192p.
  710. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Blick Vorwärts. Berlin: Fischer Verlag, 1933. 218p.
  711. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Combats pour demain; preface de Jules Romains. Paris: Les Editions Nagel, 1945. 157p. (Ecrits Politiques)
  712. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Communication from the President of the United States transmitting the budget for the fiscal year 1946 for development of landing areas for National Defense… Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1945. 5p. (79th Congress, 1st session. House of Representatives Document No. 113)
  713. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Complete Presidential Press Conferences of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Introduction by Jonathan Daniels. New York: Da Capo Press, 1972. 12v., frontis. Halter unlisted.
  714. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Development of United States Foreign Policy; addresses and messages of Franklin D. Roosevelt. London: Stationery Office, 1943. 119p. Reprint of Senate Document No. 188 of the 77th Congress, 2nd Session.
  715. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. En marcha; traducción de H.B. Rasmussen. Buenos Aires, Editorial Tor, 1945. 188p.
  716. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. F.D.R. columnist, the uncollected columns of Franklin D. Roosevelt; foreword by Eleanor Roosevelt; edited by Donald Scott Carmichael. Chicago: Pellegrini & Cudahy, 1947. 180p. Halter T821 Inscribed: "For Mrs. Robert Jenney [Olivia Irvine]- one of the original FDR collectors- with the kinds regards and best wishes from another FDR collector- Donald S. Charmichael."
  717. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. F.D.R. Gettysburg Speech, delivered at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, May 30, 1934. Chicago: Printed for private distribution by The Franklin D. Roosevelt Collectors' Association, 1947. 12p. Halter T822. 2 copies- one copy bound.
  718. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. F.D.R.: his personal letters. Foreword by Eleanor Roosevelt, edited by Elliott Roosevelt. v. 1: Early years; 1st ed. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1947. 543p., illus.
  719. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. F.D.R.: his personal letters, volume II 1905-1928. Foreword by Eleanor Roosevelt, edited by Elliott Roosevelt. 1st edition. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1948. 674p., illus.
  720. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. F.D.R. his personal letters. Foreword by Eleanor Roosevelt, edited by Elliott Roosevelt. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1947-1950. 4v. Contents.- v.1 Early years- v.2 1905-1928- v. 3-4 1928-1945. Vol. 2 signed on half-title by Elliott Roosevelt. Halter T827 (vol. 1) T829 (vol. 2)
  721. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. F.D.R. lives on, the great speeches of President Roosevelt; edited by Michael B. Landis. Washington, D.C.: Presidential Publishers, 1947. 116p. Halter T258
  722. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. First inaugural address, excerpts from the first and last pages of the original manuscript in the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library. Hyde Park: Hyde Park Historical Association, n.d. 1p. 2 copies.
  723. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, selections from his writings. Edited by Philip S. Foner. New York: International Publishers, 1947. 80p. Halter T823
  724. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Franklin Delano Roosevelt's final message to American Israel. n.p.: n.d. broadside. Accompanied with card of transmittal by Maurice N. Eisendrath, Director, UAHC.
  725. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Franklin D. Roosevelt's own story: told in his own words from his private and public papers as selected by Donald Day. 1st ed. Boston: Little, Brown, 1951. 461p. Signed by author.
  726. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Franklin D. Roosevelt's own story, told in his own words from his private and public papers as selected by Donald Day. Boston: Little, Brown, 1951. 461p.
  727. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Franklin Roosevelt and the Lowell House bells, correspondence between Mr. Roosevelt and Professor Coolidge relating to a piece of undergraduate pleasantry, first brought to light by the Harvard Crimson; edited by Donald S. Carmichael. Cleveland: privately printed, 1946. 11p. Halter T814. Copy number 31 of one hundred copies printed on the occasion of Mr. Roosevelt's sixty-fourth birthday, 30 Jan. 1946.
  728. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Giving the President control over banks. Message from the President of the United States transmitting a request to Congress for the immediate enactment of legislation giving the executive branch of the government control over banks… Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1933. 2p. (73rd Congress, 1st session. House of Representatives Document No. 1) Halter T549
  729. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Government-not politics. New York: Covici Friede, 1932. 107p. Halter T532
  730. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. The great betrayal; President Roosevelt's report on Japanese aggression. Washington, D.C.: American Council on Public Affairs, 1942. 15p. Halter T757. 2 copies.
  731. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Grundyism responsible for ills of the farmer. Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt's speech at Sioux City, Iowa, September 29, 1932. New York: Democratic National Campaign Committee, 1932. 15p. Halter T539
  732. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. The Happy Warrior, Alfred E. Smith; a study of a public servant. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1928. 40p. Halter T457
  733. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. "A history of the case" in Franklin D. Roosevelt's own words. Florence, S.C.: Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association, 1946. 2p. Reprinted from the January 1945 number of the Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association, Vol. XLII, No. 1. Halter T813. 2 copies.
  734. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Inaugural address of Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States. Delivered at the Capitol Washington, D.C. January 20, 1937. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1937. ix p. One of a special printing of 100 copies. [See note Halter T627]
  735. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Inaugural address of Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States. Delivered at the Capitol Washington, D.C. March 4, 1933. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1933. 9p. Advance issue. Halter T544
  736. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Third inaugural address of Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States, Delivered at the Capitol, Washington, D.C. January 20, 1941. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1941. 3p. 77th Congress, 1st Session. Senate Document No. 6. Halter T704
  737. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Fourth inaugural address of Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States. Delivered on the portico of the White House, Washington, D.C., together with the invocation and benediction, January 20, 1945. 5p. 79th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Document No. 40. 2 copies. Halter T804
  738. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. The inaugural addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Worcester: A.J. St. Onge, 1945. Y973.917 R671
  739. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. The living words of F.D. Roosevelt. Bombay: Thacker, 1946. 117p. (The Rampart Library No. 44) Halter T818
  740. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Looking forward. London: Heinemann, 1933. 279p., port. [See Halter T550-552]
  741. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Looking forward. New York: John Day, 1933. 279p. Halter T551. 2 copies; 1 copy signed by the author.
  742. Roosevelt, Franklin D. A message from the President to the Belgian people. New York: Belgian Information Center, 194-. 13p.
  743. Roosevelt, Franklin D. On our way. New York: John Day, 1934.
  744. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Power protection of the public interest. Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt's speech at Portland, Oregon, September 21, 1932. New York: Democratic National Campaign Committee, 1932. 15p. Halter T537
  745. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. President Franklin D. Roosevelt's speech at Chautauqua, New York, August 14, 1936. "I hate war." New York: Democratic National Campaign Committee, n.d. [1936?] 11p. Halter T619
  746. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. President Roosevelt's address to the Nation. Delivered December 29, 1940. Printed in the Congressional Record of December 30, 1940. (Not printed at Government expense) Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1941. 8p.
  747. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. The president's mystery plot, by Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Ruper Hughes, Samuel Hopkins Adams, Anthony Abbot, Rita Weiman, S.S. Van Dine, John Erskine with Erle Stanley Gardner. Illustrations by Arnold Roth. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1967. 157p., illus. Halter unlisted. From the library of John Bennett Shaw with his bookplate.
  748. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. The President's mystery story, propounded by Franklin D. Roosevelt, solved by Rupert Hughes, Samuel Hopkins Adams, Anthony Abbot, Rita Weiman, S.S. Van Dine, John Erskine; with a preface by Fulton Oursler. New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1935. 202p. 2 copies. Halter T612
  749. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Public addresses of Franklin Delano Roosevelt; a collection of public addresses delivered from July, 1932 to March, 1934, portraying the progress toward National recovery. Los Angeles: DeVorss, 1934. 164p., port. Halter T596
  750. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. The public papers and addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt. New York, 1938-1950. 13v. Imprint varies: v. 1-5 New York: Random House. v. 6-9 New York: Macmillan. v. 10-13 New York: Harper. Halter T657 (v. 1-5) T730 (v. 6-9) Descriptive brochure for v. 1-5 Random House present.
  751. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Public papers of Franklin D. Roosevelt, forty-eighth Governor of the State of New York, 1930-32. Albany: J.B. Lyon, 1931-39. 3v. Halter T502 (1930) T637 (1931) T675 (1932)
  752. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Quotation. (In The Child, vol. 9, no. 11 (may 1945) cover)
  753. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. The railroads. Republican mistakes and Democratic remedies. Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt's speech delivered at Salt Lake City, Utah, Sept. 17, 1932. New York: Democratic National Committee, 1932. 14p. Halter T536
  754. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, ed. Records of Crum Elbow precinct, Dutchess county, New York, 1738- 1761… Poughkeepsie: Dutchess County Historical Society, 1940. 196p. One of 150 unnumbered copies. Halter T689
  755. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Rendezvous with destiny, addresses and opinions of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, selected and arranged with factual and historical references and summaries by J.B.S. Hardman. New York: Dryden, 1944. 367p. Halter T791
  756. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. The Roosevelt reader, selected speeches, messages, press conferences, and letters of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Edited and with an introduction by Basil Rauch. New York: Rinehart, 1957. 391p.
  757. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Roosevelt spricht, die Kriegsreden des Präsidenten. Stockholm: Bermann-Fischer Verlag, 1945. 376p. (Bücher zur Weltpolitik)
  758. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. The Roosevelt treasury, edited by James N. Rosenau. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1951. 461p. Signed by the editor on the fly leaf.
  759. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Roosevelt's foreign policy, 1933-1941; Franklin D. Roosevelt's unedited speeches and messages. New York: Wilfred Funk, 1942. 634p. Halter T752
  760. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Second inaugural address of Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States. Delivered at the capitol Washington, D.C. January 20, 1937. 4p. (75th Congress, 1st Session. Senate Document No. 10) Halter T627
  761. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Segregation of loyal disloyal Japanese in relocation centers. Message from the President of the United States transmitting report on Senate resolution No. 166 related to segregation of loyal and disloyal Japanese in relocation centers and plans for future operation of such centers. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1943. 25p.
  762. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Spending to save. (The text of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's address recounting the ravages of the drought he observed on his Mid-western trip.) New York: Democratic National Committee, 1936. 11p. Halter T620
  763. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Spurlos verschwunden? Kriminal-Roman von Franklin D. Roosevelt, unter Mitarbeit von Rupert Hughes, Samuel Hopkins Adams, Anthony abbot, Rita Weiman, S.S. Van Dine, John Erskine. Vortwort von Fulton Oursler. [Einzig berechtigte Ubersetzung aus dem Amerikanischen von Karl Fischer.] Lübeck: Antäus- Verlag, n.d. 266p.
  764. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. The sunny side of FDR; compiled and edited by M.S. Venkataramani. Athens: Ohio University Press, 1973. 292p., port.
  765. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. To every worker. At head "A message from the President of the United States." Manila double post card questionnaire, printed horizontally on both sides. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1937. Halter T641
  766. Roosevelt, Franklin D. The war message: being the addresses of the President to the Nation and Congress. Philadelphia: Ritten House, 1942. Special edition limited to 500 copies printed for Stiz, Baer & Fuller 50th anniversary.
  767. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. The war message, being the addresses of the President to the Nation and Congress concerning the involvement of the United States in a war with the Empire of Japan, and Axis Powers. Philadelphia: Ritten House, 1942. 64p. 2 copies. Halter T743
  768. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Wartime correspondence between President Roosevelt and Pope Pius XII; with an introduction & explanatory notes by Myron C. Taylor, personal representative of the President of the United States of America to Hi Holiness Pope Pius XII. New York: Macmillan, 1947. 127p., col. illus. Deluxe first edition on special papers, with three portraits in full color. Halter T824
  769. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Wartime correspondence between President Roosevelt and Pope Pius XII; with an introduction & explanatory notes by Myron C. Taylor, personal representative of the President of the United States of America to His Holiness Pope Pius XII. New York: Macmillan, 1947. 127p., illus. Halter T825
  770. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. What is Anti- Semitism? Reprinted from The Sentinel, Chicago: 1944. 2p. Halter T783
  771. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Whither bound? [A lecture at Milton Academy on the Alumni War Memorial Foundation, May 18, 1926.] Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1926. 34p. Halter T453
  772. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. The wit and wisdom of Franklin D. Roosevelt; edited, with an introduction, by Maxwell Meyersohn, with the collaboration of Adele Archer. Boston: Beacon Press, 1950. 154p.
  773. Roosevelt, Hall. Odyssey of an American family; an account of the Roosevelts and their kin as travelers, from 1613 to 1938, in collaboration with Samuel Duff McCoy. New York: Harper, 1939. 339p., illus. Halter T830.
  774. Roosevelt, James. Affectionately, F.D.R., a son's story of a lonely man. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1959. 394p., illus.
  775. Roosevelt, Mrs. James. My boy Franklin, as told by Mrs. James Roosevelt to Isabel Leighton and Gabrielle Forbush. New York: Ray Long & Richard R. Smith, 1933. 115p., illus. Halter T831
  776. Roosevelt, Mrs. James. Mon fils Franklin, sovenirs raontés par la Mère du Président Mrs. James Roosevelt à Isabel Leighton et Gabrielle Forbush. Traduit de l'anglais par Léon Guerdan. New York: Les Editions Didier, 1942. 122p., illus.
  777. Roosevelt NRA March Song. composed and published by Helen Witt Tufts and Gertrude Brahy, 1790 Hague Avenue, St. Paul, MN.
  778. Roosevelt, Nicholas. A front row seat. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1953. 304p., illus.
  779. The Roosevelt Record. Washington, D.C.: June 23, 1936, vol. 1, no. 9.
  780. Roper, Daniel C. Fifty years of public life, in collaboration with Frank H. Lovette. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1941. 422p., port.
  781. Rosenbach, A.S.W. The libraries of the Presidents of the United States. Worcester, Mass.: Published by the American Antiquarian Society, 1935. 30p. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society for October, 1934.
  782. Rosenblum, Marcus. The story of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Illustrated with photographs, and with original drawings by Frances M. Ball. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1949. 51p., illus. Signed by the author.
  783. Rosenman, Samuel I. Working with Roosevelt. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1952. xiv, 560p., illus. Autographed.
  784. Rosenman, Samuel I. Working with Roosevelt. New York: Harper, 1952. 560p., illus.
  785. Ross, Leland M. This Democratic Roosevelt, the life story of "F.D." New York: Dutton, 1932. 312p., illus. Halter T845
  786. Rowe, George F. The common defense. Washington, D.C.: National Home Library Foundation, n.d. 49p.
  787. Rowse, Alfred Leslie. The Churchills; from the death of Marborough to the present. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1958. xiii, 430p., illus.
  788. Roz, Firmin. Roosevelt. Paris: Dunod, 1948. 226p.
  789. Rozwenc, Edwin C., ed. The New Deal, revolution or evolution? Boston: Heath, 1949. 113p. (Problems in American Civilization)
  790. Ruskowski, Casimir W. Is Roosevelt an Andrew Jackson? With an introduction by Walton H. Hamilton. Boston: Bruce Humphries, 1939. 65p., illus. Halter T846
  791. Rust, Orton G. Roosevelt takes hold for National and world cooperation; a chronological summary of 1929-1933 panic- depression-with explanatory notes. Springfield, Ohio: Shawnee, 1933. 116p. Halter T847
  792. Roosevelt's infantile paralysis. Anonymous. 4 page mimeographed letter. Anti-Roosevelt.
  793. Safford, Ruth Perkins. Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt, from painting by Ruth Perkins Safford. Envelope of eight postcards.
  794. St. Louis Post- Dispatch Symposium on Freedom of the Press; expressions by 120 representative Americans. Reprinted from December 13 to 25, 1938, issues, inclusive, of the St. Louis Post- Dispatch. St Louis: The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 1939. 76p. Halter T849
  795. Sanborn, Frederic R. Design for war, a study of secret power politics, 1837-1941. New York: Devin-Adair, 1951. 607p.
  796. Sanctuary, E.N. Revolution and the real Fifth Column. New York: E.N. Sanctuary, 1940. 19p. 2 copies.
  797. Santillan, D.A. El pensamiento politico de Roosevelt; prologo de Ernesto Nelson. Buenos Aires: Jacinto Toryho, 1944. 288p. (Colección Idearium)
  798. Schlesinger, Arthur Meier Jr. The age of Roosevelt. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1957. Contents.- v.1 The crisis of the old order, 1919-1933.- v. 2 The coming of the New Deal.- v. 3 The politics of upheaval, 1935-1936. Vol. 3 is Sentry Edition, 1966.
  799. Schlesinger, Arthur M. Jr. The coming of the new deal. 1st printing. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1959. 669p. Vol. 2 of The Age of Roosevelt. 2 copies: 1 copy is Book- of- the- Month Club Selection with article by Galbraith laid in, the other copy with publisher's band. DJs on both
  800. Schlesinger, Arthur M. Jr. The crisis of the old order, 1919-1933. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1957. 557p. (The Age of Roosevelt, v. 1) Book of the Month Club edition.
  801. Schlesinger, Arthur M. Jr. The crisis of the old order: 1919-1933. 1st printing, January 1957. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1957. 557p. DJ At head of title: The age of Roosevelt.
  802. Schlesinger, Arthur Meier. The New Deal in action, 1933-1939. New York: Macmillan, 1940. 77p.
  803. Schlesinger, Arthur Meier Jr. Paths to the present. New York: Macmillan, 1949. 317p.
  804. Schlesinger, Arthur M. Jr. The politics of upheaval. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1960. xii, 749p. At head of title: The age of Roosevelt.
  805. Schmitt, Waldo L. Decapod and other crustacean collected on the Presidential cruise of 1938 (with introduction and station data) Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1939. 29p., illus. (Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, volume 98, number 6) Halter T861
  806. Schoor, Gene. The picture story of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. New York: Frederick Fell, 1950. 94p., illus.
  807. Schram, Max. Poems, Franklin Delano Roosevelt and others. St Louis: Jefferson Printing Co., 1948. 73p., illus. Halter T850
  808. Schreiber, Emile. L'amérique réagit. Paris: Librairie Plon, 1934. 258p.
  809. Schriftgiesser, Karl. The amazing Roosevelt family. 1613-1942. New York: Wilfred Funk, 1942. 367p. Halter T851
  810. Schriftgiesser, Karl. This was normalcy: an account of party politics during twelve republican years: 1920-1932. 1st ed. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1948. x, 325p.
  811. Sealander, Ruth. Bibliography of works by and about Franklin Delano Roosevelt published in eight foreign countries. June 1947. 29p. typescript. Halter unlisted.
  812. Sealander, Ruth. Bibliography of works by and about Franklin Delano Roosevelt published in eight foreign countries. June 1947. 29p. typescript carbon. Includes Denmark, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, Norway, Spain, and Sweden. Halter unlisted.
  813. Sharon, John H. Roosevelt and Truman: the fireside technique. The Daily Princetonian, Wednesday, March 22, 1950. 6p. Article, signed by the author, appears on page 4.
  814. Shawen, Lena. A president's hobby. New York: H.L. Lindquist, 1949. 48p., illus. At head of title on cover: The story of F.D.R.'s stamps.
  815. Shepard, Richard Riley. Why a fourth term President? Chicago: The Little Businessmen's League of America, 1944. 13p. Halter T853
  816. Sherman, Richard. The bright promise. Boston: Little, Brown, 1947. 373p.
  817. Sherrill, Charles H. Kamal. Roosevelt. Mussolini. Bologna: Nicola Zanichelli Editore, 1936. 307p., illus.
  818. Sherwood, Robert E. For us the living: a radio play. Mimeographed typescript, 22p. Performed at ADA-FDR meeting New York, January 30, 1949.
  819. Sherwood, Robert E. Roosevelt and Hopkins, an intimate history. New York: Harper, 1948. misc. pagings. "A limited number of excerpts from galleys of Roosevelt and Hopkins, an intimate history by Robert E. Sherwood have been specially prepared for the trade. (Privately printed and not for sale.)" Halter T854
  820. Sherwood, Robert E. Roosevelt and Hopkins, an intimate history. New York: Harper, 1948. 979p., illus. Halter T855
  821. Sherwood Robert. Roosevelt and Hopkins, an intimate history. Revised, enlarged edition. New York: Bantam Books, 1950. 2v.
  822. Sherwood, Robert E. Roosevelt and Hopkins, an intimate history. Revised edition New York: Harper, 1950. 1002p., illus.
  823. Smith, A. Merriman. Thank you, Mr. President, a White House notebook, by A. Merriman Smith, United Press White House Correspondent. New York: Harper, 1946. 304p. Halter T858
  824. Smith, G.L.K. The Roosevelt death, a super mystery. Suicide? Assassination? Natural death? Still alive? Nine ghosts that haunted FDR just before his death. Detroit: Midwestern Political Survey Institute, 1946. 14 leaves. Halter T859
  825. Smith, Gerald L.K. Too much and too many Roosevelts. St. Louis: G.L.K. Smith, 1950. 74p.
  826. Smith, Ira R.T. "Dear Mr. President…" the story of fifty years in the White House mail room. New York: Messner, 1949. 238p., front.
  827. Smith, Merriman. A president is many men. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1948. x, 269p. 2 copies: one copy inscribed to Morris Ernst, one with a dust jacket.
  828. Smith, A. Merriman. Thank you, Mr. President: a White House notebook. first edition. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1946. 304p. DJ
  829. Socialist Party of America. A plan for America; official 1932 campaign handbook of the Socialist Party. Chicago: Socialist Party of America, 1932. 127p. Second edition.
  830. Southworth, Gertrude Van Duyn. The New Deal, an impartial history of the Roosevelt administration. Syracuse, New York: Iroquois Publishing Company, 1935. 91p., illus. Halter T863
  831. Spangler, Harrison E. The fourth term issue, an address by Harrison E. Spangler, chairman, Republican National Committee. Delivered before a state-wide meeting of the Ohio Federation of Republican women's organizations, Deshler-Wallick Hotel, Columbus, Ohio, May 7, 1943. Washington, D.C.: Republican National Committee, 1943. 11p.
  832. Speece, Glenn Harrison. After Roosevelt. New York: Alliance Press, 1936. 289p. Halter T865
  833. Starling, Edmund W. Starling of the White House, the story of the man whose Secret Service detail guarded five presidents from Woodrow Wilson to Franklin D. Roosevelt, as told to Thomas Sugrue. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1946. 334p.
  834. The Stars and Stripes, Mediterranean. Italy edition, vol. 2, no. 133, Friday, April 13, 1945. "President Roosevelt dead at 63." [and other articles on Roosevelt and Truman.]
  835. Steeholm, Clara. The house at Hyde Park.; together with Sara Delano Roosevelt's household book. New York: Viking, 1950. 277p., illus. 2 copies: 1 signed by authors.
  836. Stein, Charles W. The third-term tradition, its rise and collapse in American politics. New York: Columbia University Press, 1943. 382p., illus.
  837. Stettinius, Edward R. Jr. Roosevelt and the Russians, The Yalta Conference. Edited by Walter Johnson. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1949. 367p., illus.
  838. Stevens, Ruth. "Hi-Ya neighbor." New York: Tupper and Love, 1947. 122p., illus. Halter T869
  839. Stewart, William J. Franklin D. Roosevelt, collector. Reprinted from Prologue: The Journal of The National Archives, Winter, 1969. pp. 13-28, illus.
  840. Stidger, William L. These amazing Roosevelts. New York: Macfadden, 1938. 89p. Halter T870
  841. Stiles, Lela. The man behind Roosevelt, the story of Louis McHenry Howe. Cleveland: World, 1954. 311p., illus. Signed by the author on end paper: "All good wishes! Lela Stiles, April 26, 1954."
  842. Stilwell, Joseph W. The Stilwell papers; arranged and edited by Theodore H. White. New York: William Sloane, 1948. 357p., illus.
  843. Stimson, Henry L. On active service in peace and war. New York: Harper, 1948. 2v. illus. "Of the first edition of On Active Service, one thousand two hundred and fifty copies have been printed on special paper, in two volumes, boxed. Of these, seven hundred and fifty copies, numbered, and signed by Mr. Stimson, are for sale. This copy is Number 581."
  844. Stimson, Henry L. and McGeorge Bundy. On active service in peace and war. first edition. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1948. 698p. DJ
  845. Stoddard, Henry Luther. Presidential sweepstakes, the story of political conventions and campaigns. Edited by Francis W. Leary. New York: Putnam, 1948. 224p., illus.
  846. Stolberg, Benjamin. The economic consequences of the New Deal. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1935. 85p. Third Printing.
  847. Stuart, Campbell. The Roosevelt Memorial in Grosvenor Square; with an appreciation by President Truman. London: Times Publishing Company, 1947. 31p., illus.
  848. Suckley, Margaret L. The true story of Fala. Illustrated with sketches by E.N. Fairchild and photographs. New York: Scribner, 1942. 62p., illus. Halter T871
  849. Sullivan, George E. The great deception. Washington, D.C.: George E. Sullivan, 1946. 47p. 2 copies.
  850. Sullivan, Lawrence. Prelude to panic, the story of the Bank Holiday. Washington, D.C.: Statesmen Press. 126p. Halter T872
  851. Surplus prophets in their own words. New York: Viking Press, 1936. 63p.
  852. Taft, Charles P. You and I-and Roosevelt. New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1936. 111p. Halter T876
  853. Talbot, Hugh. Franklin Roosevelt. London: SCM Press, 1950. 112p., port.
  854. Tannenbaum, Frank. Osborne of Sing Sing; with an introduction by the Honorable Franklin D. Roosevelt. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1933. 343p. Halter T876a
  855. Tansill, Charles Callan. Back door to war: the Roosevelt foreign policy, 1933-1941. 1st edition. Chicago: Henry Regnery, 1952. 690p.
  856. Taylor, A.J.P. The war lords. New York: Atheneum, 1978. 189p.
  857. Taylor, Robert Lewis. Winston Churchill: an informal study of greatness. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1952. 433p., illus.
  858. Thayer, Charles W. Diplomat. Foreword by Sir Harold Nicolson. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1959. xiii, 299p.
  859. Theobald, Robert A. The final secret of Pearl Harbor, the Washington contribution to the Japanese attack. With corroborative forewords by Rear Admiral Husband E. Kimmel and Fleet Admiral William F. Halsey. New York: Devin- Adair, 1954. 202p.
  860. Thomas, Elbert D. Thomas Jefferson, world citizen. New York: Modern Age Books, 1942. 280p.
  861. Thomas, Norman. After the New Deal, what? New York: Macmillan, 1936. 244p.
  862. Thomas, Norman. Is the New Deal Socialism? An answer to Al Smith and the American Liberty League. Chicago: the Socialist Party, n.d. 11p.
  863. Thomas, Norman. The New Deal, a Socialist analysis. Chicago: Socialist Party of America, 1934. 19p. (Issues of the day, no. 3)
  864. Thomas, Norman. Shall labor support Roosevelt? New York: The Socialist Party, n.d. 15p.
  865. Thomas Norman. A Socialist looks at the New Deal. Chicago: League for Industrial Democracy, n.d. 19p.
  866. Thompson, Dorothy. Address of Dorothy Thompson, noted columnist and foreign affairs analyst, New York City, N.Y. October 29, 1944. Sent to you as a public service by Radio Station WBNY, Buffalo, New York. unpaged. Halter T879
  867. Thompson, Johnny. "Hold it, Mr. President." (In Coronet, vol. 13, no. 2, whole no. 74 (December 1942) pp.111-130)
  868. Thwing, Eugene, ed. The Literary Digest political cyclopedia. New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1932. 315p. Halter T881
  869. Thwisp, Will O. [pseud.] The Tory in Plunderland ( with apologies to Lewis Carroll) a pre-Roosevelt review, by Will O. Thwisp, Just Around the Corner, U.S.A. New York: Matinicus Publishing Co., 1935. 23p.
  870. Time, Inc. Time's Man of the year, 1950-1927. New York: Time, Inc., 1951. unpaged, illus.
  871. Timmons, Bascom N. Garner of Texas, a personal history. New York: Harper, 1948. 294p., illus.
  872. Tinzmann, Julius. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Berlin: Steuben Verlag, 1948. 47p. (Kleine Steuben Biographie)
  873. Tittle, Walter. Roosevelt as an artist saw him, with portraits and illustrations by the author. New York: McBride, 1948. 191p., illus. Halter T882
  874. Tourtellot, Arthur Bernon. An anatomy of American politics, innovation versus conservatism. Indianapolis: Bobbs- Merrill, 1950. 349p.
  875. Toward Armageddon, by the Squire of Krum Elbow. Charleston, S.C.: Militant Christian Association, n.d. 35p.
  876. Trois grands destines, preface de Georges Lecomte. De Gaulle, par Mlle Madeleine Bainville; Churchill, par Albert Temple; Roosevelt, par Charles Clerc. Paris: Editions Olivier Lesourd, 1945. 205p., illus.
  877. Truman, Harry S. Advance mimeographed press releases for speeches to be given by the President: October 26, 1945; February 9, 1946.
  878. Truman, Harry S. Memoirs. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1955-1956. 2v. Contents.-v.1 Year of decisions.-v.2 Years of trial and hope, 1946-1952.
  879. Tugwell, Rexford Guy. The art of politics as practiced by three great Americans: Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Luis Munoz Marin, and Fiorello H. La Guardia. 1st ed. New York: Doubleday, 1958. xiii, 295p.
  880. Tugwell, Rexford G. The Democratic Roosevelt: a biography of Franklin D. Roosevelt. 1st edition. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1957. 712p., illus. DJ
  881. Tully, Grace. F.D.R. my boss; with a foreword by William O. Douglas. New York: Scribner, 1949. 391p., illus. Signed by the author on the fly leaf.
  882. U.S. Camera. Edited by Tom Maloney. Photographs selected by Capt. Edward Steichen, USNR. New York: U.S. Camera Publishers, distributed by Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1945. 432p., illus.
  883. U.S. Congress. Ceremonies in commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of the death of Gilbert du Motie Marquis de LaFayette, at a joint session of the Congress in the House of Representatives, Washington, D.C. and other LaFayette commemorative ceremonies in the United States. May 20, 1934. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1934. 91p., illus. (73rd Congress, 2nd Session, House Document No. 407.) Halter T74
  884. U.S. Congress. Proceedings at the ceremony in commemoration of the One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the commencement of the first Congress of the United States under the Constitution, at a joint session of the congress in the House of Representatives. March 4, 1939. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1939. 47p., illus. (76th Congress, 1st Session. House Document No. 212) Halter T393
  885. U.S. Department of the Interior. Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt, National Historic Site, Hyde Park, N.Y. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1947. unpaged, illus. Halter T133. Second edition. Copy 2, revised 1949.
  886. U.S. Department of Justice. Memorial service for Franklin Delano Roosevelt in the Great Hall of the Department of Justice at 4:00 P.M. April 13, 1945. Washington, D.C.: Department of Justice, 1945. 10p. Halter T128. 2 copies.
  887. U.S. Department of Justice. Proceedings of the Attorney General's Conference on Crime, held December 10-13, 1934 in Memorial Continental Hall, Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C.: Department of Justice, 1936. 578p., illus. Halter T126
  888. U.S. Department of Labor. Proceedings of the White House Conference on Children in a Democracy. Washington, D.C. January 18-20, 1940, including the general report adopted by the conference. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1941. 95p. ix, 85p. Children's Bureau Publication No. 266 (reprinted with list of Conference members omitted) Halter T130-see note.
  889. U.S. Department of State. Peace and War, United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1942. 144p. Department of State publication 1853. 2 copies.
  890. U.S. Department of the Interior. Program of ceremonies dedicating the home of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Hyde Park, New York, as a National Historic Site. Friday afternoon, April 12, 1946, at 2:30 o'clock. 4p. Laid in 1p. printed directions to get to Hyde Park. Halter unlisted.
  891. U.S. Navy. Naval documents related to the quasi-war between the United States and France, Naval operations from February 1791 to October 1798. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1935. 654p. Halter T251. Inscribed on fly leaf: "Presented to the Historical Society of Berks County by the Commodore Perry Chapter of Pennsylvania United States Daughters of 1812."
  892. U.S. Senate. Investigation of Presidential, Vice Presidential, and Senatorial campaign expenditures, 1940. Report of the special committee to investigate Presidential, Vice Presidential, and Senatorial Campaign expenditures, 1940. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1941. 191p. (77th Congress, 1st Session. Senate Report no. 47)
  893. University of the State of New York. Proceedings of the sixty-fifth convocation of the University of the State of New York. 25th Anniversary of the unification of the University of the State of New York and the Department of Public Instruction. Albany, New York, October 17 and 18, 1929. Albany: University of the State of New York Press, 1929. 102p. University of the State of New York Bulletin, No. 954, August 15, 1930. Halter T888
  894. Valentine, John. Books, pamphlets, autographs and allied materials relating to Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his times. Rooseveltiana list no. 1-8. Glendale, Calif.: Valentine, n.d. 8v. No. 1-2 issued by Abraham Lincoln Book Shop, Chicago, Ill., with whom John Valentine was associated. Halter T890
  895. Vandenberg, Arthur H. Jr. The private papers of Senator Vandenberg; edited by Arthur H. Vandenberg, Jr. with the collaboration of Joe Alex Morris. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1952. 599p., illus.
  896. Vanderbilt, Cornelius, Jr. Farewell to Fifth Avenue. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1935. 260p., illus.
  897. Van Reenen, G. De staatkundige en staatsrechterlijke betekenis van President F.D. Roosevelt. Leiden, Gebroeders van der Hoek, n.d. 245p.
  898. Vie illustrée de Franklin D. Roosevelt, 32ème Prèsident des Etats-Unis d' Amérique. Publié par le gouvernement des Etats- Unis d'Amérique. n.p.: n.d. unpaged, illus. "Comic book."
  899. Vogan, Ulysses Grant. A modern Hudibras, the New Deal in rime. Athens, Penna.: Balch Publishing Company, 1939. 81p., illus.
  900. Vogt, Per. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Oslo: Forlagt av Johan Grundt Tanum, 1948. 428p., illus.
  901. Voices of history, great speeches and papers of the year 1941. Introduction by Charles A. Beard, edited by Franklin Watts. New York: Franklin Watts, 1942. 669p. Halter T892
  902. Voices of history, 1942-43, speeches and papers of Roosevelt, Churchill, Stalin, Chiang, Hitler and other leaders, delivered during 1942. Franklin Watts, editor, Barbara A. Leighton, Associated editor. New York: Gramercy Publishing Company, 1943. 759p. Halter T893
  903. Voices of history, 1943-44, speeches and papers of Roosevelt, Churchill, Stalin, Chiang, Hitler and other leaders, delivered during 1943. Franklin Watts, editor, Nathan Ausubel, associate editor. New York: Gramercy Publishing Company, 1944. 621p. Halter T894
  904. Voices of history, 1944-45, speeches and papers of Roosevelt, Churchill, Stalin, Chiang, Hitler and other leaders, delivered during 1944. Nathan Ausubel, editor. New York: Gramercy Publishing Company, 1945. 660p. Halter T895
  905. Voices of history, 1945-46, speeches and papers of Roosevelt, Truman, Churchill, Attlee, Stalin, De Gaulle, Chiang and other leaders, delivered during 1945. Nathan Ausubel, editor. New York: Gramercy Publishing Company, 1946. 810p. Halter T896
  906. Voss, Frederick Stevens. FDR, the early years. Published for the National Portrait Gallery by the Smithsonian Institutions Press City of Washington 1982. An Exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery January 28 to July 25, 1982. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1982. 31p., illus.
  907. Walker, Turnley. Roosevelt and the Warm Springs story. New York: A.A. Wyn, 1953. 311p.
  908. Wall, Bernhardt. Following Franklin D. Roosevelt to Argentina. Lime Rock, Conn: Bernhardt Wall, 1938. unpaged., illus. One of 100 numbered copies. Halter T898
  909. Wall, Bernhardt. F.D.R. collector. Sierra Madre, Calif.: Bernhardt Wall, 1948. unpaged., illus. One of 200 numbered copies signed by the etcher. Halter T898a
  910. Wall, Lillian B. Entre nous, an intimate portrait of Alexander J. Wall. New York, New-York Historical Society, 1949. 267p., illus.
  911. Wallace, Henry A. Miscellaneous recollections of the interment train, April 14-15, 1945. Iowa City: University of Iowa, 1974. unpaged. fascism.
  912. Warburg, James P. Hell bent for election. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1935. 78p. Halter T900. Inscription on fly leaf from Asher Howard to "Ann" dated Oct. 15, 1935.
  913. Warburg, James P. Hell bent for election. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1935. 78p. Advance issue. Halter T899
  914. Warburg, Phyllis B. New Deal noodles, pictures by Galdone. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1936. 51p., illus.
  915. Warburg, James P. Still Hell bent. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1936. 88p. Halter T901
  916. Warner, Emily Smith. The happy warrior, a biography of my father, Alfred E. Smith. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1956. 320p., illus.
  917. Wartime correspondence between President Roosevelt and Pope Pius XII: with an introduction and explanatory notes by Myron C. Taylor. New York: Macmillan, 1947. DJ
  918. Washington broadcast, by The man at the microphone. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1944. 269p.
  919. Wecter, Dixon. The age of the Great Depression, 1929-1941. New York: Macmillan, 1948. 362p., illus. Article laid in book.
  920. Wedemeyer, Albert C. Wedemeyer reports! 1st ed. New York: Henry Holt, 1958. xii, 497p.
  921. Weeks, O. Douglas. The Democratic victory of 1932. Dallas, Southern Methodist University, 1933. 20p. (Arnold Foundation Studies in Public Affairs) Volume 1, Number 3, Winter, 1933. Halter T903
  922. Wehle, Louis B. Hidden threads of history, Wilson through Roosevelt; with an introduction by Allan Nevins. new York: Macmillan, 1953. 300p.
  923. Weil, Ann. Franklin Roosevelt: boy of the four freedoms, illustrated by Syd Browne. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1947. 200p., illus. DJ
  924. Weil, Ann. Franklin Roosevelt, boy of the four freedoms. Illustrated by Syd Browne. Indianapolis: Bobbs- Merrill, 1947. 200p., illus. (The Childhood of Famous Americans Series) Halter T904
  925. Weingast, David E. Franklin D. Roosevelt, man of destiny. New York: Julian Messner, 1952. 184p., illus.
  926. Welles, Sumner. Seven decisions that shaped history. New York: Harper, 1951. 236p. c.1, c.2: Tipped-in autograph on fly leaf.
  927. Welles, Sumner. The time for decision. New York: Harper, 1944. 431p.
  928. Welles, Sumner. Where are we heading? New York: Harper & Brothers, 1946. 397p., illus.
  929. West, J.B. Upstairs at the White House, my life with the first ladies, by J.B. West, Chief Usher of the White House, Ret. with Mary Lynn Kotz. New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 1973. 381p.
  930. Wharton, Don. The Roosevelt omnibus. New York: Knopf, 1934. ix [35] 174 [60] vi [1], illus. Halter T906
  931. Whigham, H.J. The New Deal, English and American. New York: Putnam, 1936. 119p.
  932. Whipple, Wayne. The story of young Franklin Roosevelt. Chicago: Goldsmith, 1934. 253p. Halter T907
  933. White, Graham J. FDR and the press. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1979. 186p. Revision of the author's thesis, University of Sydney, 1977.
  934. White, William S. Majesty & mischief, a mixed tribute to F.D.R. New York: McGraw- Hill, 1961. 221p.
  935. Whitehurst, Ben. "Dear Mister President." New York: Dutton, 1940. 95p. Fourth printing. Halter T908
  936. Whiteside, Edward. A warning from Mars. New York: InterPlanetary Publications, 1948. 79p.
  937. Winant, John Gilbert. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, memorial address delivered before the joint meeting of the two houses of Congress as a tribute of respect to the late President of the United States. Hall of the House of Representatives, July 1, 1946. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1946. 83p. (79th Congress, 2nd Session. House Document No. 770) Halter T911
  938. Winant, John Gilbert. Letter from Grosvenor Square, an account of a stewardship. With decorations by John O'Hara Cosgrave II. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1947. 278p., illus.
  939. Wirsing, Giselher. Der masslose Kontinet; Roosevelts Kampf um die Wtherrschaft. Jena, Eugen Diederichs Verlag, 1942. 473p.
  940. Wirt, William A. America must lose-by a "planned economy" the stepping-stone to a regimented state. New York: Committee for the Nation, 1934. 47p.
  941. Wittmer, Felix. The Yalta betrayal, data on the decline and fall of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton, 1953. 136p.
  942. Wold, Karl C. Mr. President-how is your health? St. Paul: Bruce Publishing Company, 1948. 214p.
  943. Wolf, Howard. Greener pastures, a fable of the past, present and future. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton, 1936. 107p. Halter T915
  944. Woolf, S.J. Drawn from life. New York: Whittlesey House, 1932. 387p., illus.
  945. Woolf, S.J. Here am I. New York: Random House, 1941. 374p., illus.
  946. Woon, Basil. Roosevelt, world statesman. London: Peter Davies, 1942. 192p., port. Halter T918
  947. Young, James C. Roosevelt revealed. New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1936. 279p. Halter T919
  948. Zepp, Arthur C. The New Deal in the light of the Bible. Chicago: Laurel Press, 1936. 71p.

Campaign Buttons - With Banners

  1. 6 Roosevelt Campaign Buttons
  2. 2 Anti-FDR Buttons
  3. 2 Willkie Buttons
  4. 1 Dewey Button
  5. 2 Landon and Knox Buttons
  6. 1 Anti-Willkie Button
  7. 1 Anti-Dewey Button
  8. 3 Inauguration Buttons, 1937 and 1941
  9. Army Navy Production Award Emblem
  10. 35 campaign buttons

Miscellany

  1. Auto plate, Rise With Roosevelt, 1932 campaign
  2. Christmas card from Gov. and Mrs. Roosevelt
  3. Franklin Delano Roosevelt Book Mark
  4. Bird prints, Justin Murray
  5. Memeographed letters signed "Franklin D. Roosevelt" but by a clerk, not in his hand. October 9, 1928, September 10, 1932, October 31, 1932

Newspapers

  1. Chicago Daily News, April 13, 1945. FDR on Journey Home
  2. Chicago Daily Tribune, April 13, 1945. Roosevelt Is Dead
  3. St. Paul Pioneer Press, April 30, 1945. Duce Executed by Partisans
  4. San Francisco Chronicle, May 3, 1945. Extra, Hitler A Suicide
  5. The Detroit News, May 7, 1945. Germans Announce Surrender
  6. Minneapolis Daily Times, August 14, 1945. War Over Official--Truman
  7. Sunday News, May 27, 1945. Franklin D. Roosevelt
  8. New York Times Book Review, November 6, 1949; January 22, 1950
  9. Minneapolis Sunday Tribune Picture Magazine, April 2, 1950. Roosevelt Shrine at Hyde Park
  10. St. Paul Dispatch, May 2, 1945. All Nazie Quit in Italy, So. Austria
  11. St. Paul Pioneer Press, May 3, 1945. War Speeds Toward Close, Berlin Falls
  12. The New York Times, August 5, 1945. Week in Review
  13. St. Paul Dispatch, August 10, 1945. Japs Offer to Quit
  14. The New York Times, August 12, 1945. Week in Review
  15. St. Paul Dispatch, August 14, 1945. Extra, Peace
  16. Minneapolis Sunday Tribune, April 29, 1945
  17. The Death of Eleanor Roosevelt-Listed in Folder
  18. Daily Princetonian, March 22, 1950

Periodicals and Pamphlets

  1. The Commonwealth
    1. December 1936
    2. February 1937
    3. October 1938
    4. February 1939
    5. March 1939
    6. June 1939
    7. August 1939
  2. Harper's Monthly Magazine
    1. February 1933
    2. March 1933
    3. February 1934
    4. March 1935
    5. May 1936
    6. February 1937
    7. September 1937
    8. October 1937
    9. May 1938
    10. October 1939
  3. Sherlock, Chesla C., ed. The Scratch Pad, Monthy, May-September 1934
  4. F.D.R., The Man Behind the Legend, Photo News Features, October 1974
  5. Halter, Ernest J., "How to Collect Franklin D. Roosevelt," The Amateur Book Collector, v.1, n.8, April 1951, pp. 7-8.
  6. Pamphlet, Academy of Political Science, Public Control of Power, May 1930.
  7. Magazine, American English. World's Greatest Orator, Rullell Larson, 1945
  8. Magzaine, American Federationist. A Great Man Has Gone, William Green, May 1945. Life, v. 111
  9. American Heritage. February/March 1982
  10. Magazine, American Mercury. Is There A Jefferson On the Horizon, Sept. 9, 1945
  11. Twelve Years of Roosevelt, by Henry Steele Commager, April 1945, Reader's Digest, v. 11
  12. Magazine, American Review of Reviews. Problems and Policies in New York State, June 1924
  13. Magazine, American Swedish Monthly. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, May 1945
  14. Magazine, American White Paper. Alsop and Kintner, Halter
  15. Pamphlets
    1. L'Amerique en Guerre, February 2, 1943
    2. L'Amerique en Guerre, July 21, 1943
    3. L'Amerique en Guerre, March 20, 1943
    4. L'Amerique en Guerre, January 29, 1943
    5. L'Amerique en Guerre, November 26, 1942
    6. L'Amerique en Guerre, January 5, 1943
    7. L'Amerique en Guerre, July 14, 1943
    8. L'Amerique en Guerre, December 2, 1943
    9. L'Amerique en Guerre, December 8, 1943
    10. Le Courrier de l'air, RAF, November 24, 1942
    11. Le Courrier de l'air, RAF, January 28, 1943
  16. American Scandinavian Review (About FDR), v. 23, n. 1 (Spring 1935), Leach, Henry G.
  17. Magazine, Asia. Shall We Trust Japan? 1923
  18. Atlantic Monthly, October 1941
  19. Brandeis Review, Fall 1984, v. 4, n.1 Two articles about Eleanor Roosevelt:
    1. Morgenthau, Henry. Eleanor Roosevelt at Brandeis: a Personal Memoir
    2. Fuchs, Lawrence H. The Lady and the Senator
  20. Bulletin of the Pan American Union. President Roosevelt in South America, January 1937
  21. Bureau of Navy Personnel, Information Bulletin, May 1945
  22. China Monthly. Passing of President Roosevelt, May 1945, Current History, v. 1
  23. Colliers
    1. November 11, 1944
    2. October 27, 1945
    3. January 27, 1945. President and Press
    4. September 13, 1941. Fight Goes On
    5. September 20, 1941
  24. Commentator. The President After the Parade, February 1937
  25. Coronet. November 1946. Four Great Books on Roosevelt, Readers Digest, v. 11
  26. Coronet. (About Roosevelt) v. 13, n. 2, whole n. 74 (Dec. 1942) Thompson, Johnny
  27. Foreign Affairs. Our Foreign Policy, FDR, July 1928
  28. Forum. The Public Stake in Power, FDR, 1929
  29. France Forever. FDR Message and Portrait, 1943
  30. The Franklin D. Roosevelt Collector
    1. November 1948
    2. May 1949
    3. November 1949
    4. May 1950
    5. November 1950, 2 copies
    6. May 1951
    7. November 1951
    8. May 1952
    9. November 1952
    10. May 1953
    11. May 1954
    12. May 1955
  31. Free World. April/May 1945
  32. Frontier. April 1952. Spiritual Side of F.D.R.
  33. Good Housekeeping. March 1953. Mrs. James Roosevelt, "My Boy Franklin."
  34. Graphic Survey. Growing Up By Plan, February 1, 1932
  35. Hadassah News Letter. May 1945
  36. Harper's
    1. Barth, Alan. FDR As a Politician, February 1945
    2. Davis, Elmer. Roosevelt, The Rich Man's Alibi, October 1939
    3. Martin, George W. Portraint of FDR, February 1944
  37. Harper's Bazaar. The Enormous Challenge, June 1945
  38. International Teamster. May 1945
  39. Lawyers Guild
    1. A Year Without Roosevelt, v.3, n.2
    2. Roosevelt Issue, 1945
  40. Lawyer's Guild Monthly. February 1946
  41. Le Monde Libre. Un Grand Desastre, 1945
  42. Liberty
    1. Why We Have Taxes, January 9, 1932
    2. The Unforgotten Man, April 13, 1946
    3. I Indict the Administration, June 25, 1932
    4. America Gets It Back Up At Last, March 11, 1933
  43. Library of Congress Quarterly Journal of Current Acquisitions. v. 4, n. 1, November 1946
  44. Life in Letters. September 1942
  45. Look
    1. September 21, 1943
    2. October 3, 1944
    3. April 12, 1949. Five Ways FDR Changed Your Life
    4. October 25, 1949. Childs, Roosevelt Myth
    5. July 10, 1945. Johnson, Gerald. How Great Was Roosevelt
    6. December 7, 1948. Magic of FDR
    7. March 14, 1950. How FDR Planned to use the A Bomb
    8. April 11, 1950
    9. March 28, 1950
    10. November 5, 1940
    11. April 25, 1950
    12. May 9, 1950
  46. McCalls. This I Remember. June 1949
  47. Minnesota Jeffersonian. April 18, 1932
  48. Modern Mechanix. President Roosevelt's Hobbies, February 1934
  49. National Municipal Review. April 1930
  50. National Service. "How the Navy is Meeting the Personnel Problem." FDR, July 1918
  51. New Deal. June 1, 1933
  52. New Masses. Kingsbury, "The FDR I Knew." May 1945
  53. New Republic. April 15, 1946
  54. News Story. "Strange Death of President Roosevelt." July, August, October 1945; The End of Mr. Roosevelt's World, May-June 1946
  55. New York History. October 1947
  56. North American Review. "Future of the Submarine," FDR, July 1915
  57. Outloook. "Naval Plattsburg," FDR. June 28, 1916; "A Vice-President Explains and We partly Apologize," FDR. September 15, 1920
  58. Pageant. "The FDR You Never Knew" October 1949
  59. Parade, St. Paul Pioneer Press. McCullough, David. January 31, 1982
  60. Parents Magazine. "A Message to Parents from Franklin D. Roosevelt." October 1934
  61. The People Versus the Chicago Tribune. 1942
  62. Picture, Minneapolis Tribune. January 24, 1982
  63. Picture Digest #2. "FDR, The New Lincoln" 1942
  64. Politics. "F.D.R." Schuyler, George. May 1945
  65. Pamphlet. The Postage Stamp Collection of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, parts 1-4, 1946
  66. President Roosevelt in Hawaii. July 1934
  67. The Protestant. "The Size of Roosevelt" (editorial) May 1945
  68. Quarterly Journal of Speech. "Franklin D. Roosevelt's Voice and Pronunciation"; Roosevelt the Grotonian"; Franklin D. Roosevelt at Harvard" February 1952
  69. Read. Considine, Bob. "A Close-up of Mr. Roosevelt." May 1945
  70. Readers Digest. Winchell, Walter, "A Tribute to Franklin Delano Roosevelt." v.11, July 1945; "Sixty Million Jobs," October 1945; "A True Story Haunted Him," October 1945
  71. Readers Scope. Kingdon, Frank, "A Year After His Death." May 1946
  72. Real America. O'Brien, "Informal Interview with President Roosevelt." August 1933
  73. Reclamation Era. October 1935, v.25, n.10; "President Roosevelt Dedicates Boulder Dam," September 30, 1935
  74. Review of Reviews. Albert Shaw. March 1929
  75. Ringmaster. v.1, May-November 1936
  76. Saturday Review of Literature. Calvacade 1950
  77. Scientific American. "Problem of Our Navy. How The Navy Is Daily Employed," FDR, February 28, 1914
  78. Scribner's Magazine. "On Your Own Heads," FDR, April 1917
  79. The Social Studies. Patton, Lillian and Thomas, "Eleanor Roosevelt's 'Education for Citizenship,'" November/December 1984, v.75, n.6
  80. Stamps. December 24, 1932
  81. Strand Magazine. "Smear Politics," March 1935
  82. The Texas Humanist. Hoff-Wilson, Joan, "Did Eleanor Roosevelt Make A Difference?" v.7, n.2, p.33
  83. Time. January 5, 1942; November 29, 1943
  84. Tricolor. "In Memorium, Franklin Roosevelt," May 1945
  85. UE Steward. F.D.R. Anniversary Issue, April 1953
  86. U.S. Air Service. "Why Naval Aviation Won," FDR, May 1949
  87. Vital Speeches of the Day. May 1, 1945; May 15, 1945
  88. The Woman, with Woman's Digest. Roosevelt, Anna, "My Life with F.D.R." May 1949, part 1; June 1949, part 2; July 1949, part 3; August 1949, part 4; October 1949, part 5; November 1949, conclusion
  89. World's Work. April 1917
  90. Picture News. "If I Could, You Can." April 1946, v.1, n.4
  91. New York Times Magazine. "The President: A Sixtieth Birthday Portrait." January 25, 1942
  92. United States News
    1. Prelude to Infamy, 1943
    2. U.S. Navy at War, 1945
    3. Official Reports on Attack Pearl Harbor. 1945, August 17, 1945
    4. United States and Peace, 1945. May 11, 1945
    5. Addresses of Harry Truman, 1945
    6. National Political Campaign, 1944, part 1 and 2

Portraits

  1. FDR at Warm Springs
  2. Roosevelt, Governor 1932
  3. Unfinished Portrait of FDR, Limited edition, 1945, Shumatoff
  4. Steel Engraving
  5. Roosevelt (For Mama from FDR), July 1936
  6. FDR, Pach Brothers
  7. Portrait of Franklin Roosevelt by S. J. Woolf. autographed and FDR's signature. Original drawing
  8. Portrait of FDR, silk, Belgium
  9. Print of FDR, in manner of Currier & Ives
  10. FDR, Truman Wallace photograph, November 1944

Posters and Broadsides

  1. America Above All
  2. Americanism Is Not, And Never Was, A Matter of Race or Ancestry
  3. Americans Creed. Pictures of Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, and FDR
  4. The Atlantic Charter. OWI Poster No. 50
  5. Broadside. Bill of Rights. Portraits of Presidents, Washington to FDR
  6. Poster. "Books Cannot Be Killed." OWI Poster No. 7
  7. Poster. Carry On With Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1936 Campaign
  8. Broadside. Dare To Do. Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt
  9. Poster. Declaration by United Nations
  10. Broadside. "Every Single Man, Woman and Child Is a Partner in the Most Tremendous Undertaking in Our American History." War Saving Bond, 1945
  11. Fair Employment Practice, FDR, Executive Order 8802
  12. Broadside. FDR First Inaugural, 1933
  13. Broadside. FDR (Iceland)
  14. Broadside. FDR's Last Message
  15. Broadside. "Fight Infantile Paralysis, It Did Not Conquer Him", 1946
  16. Poster. For President, FDR, 1932
  17. Broadside. The Four Freedoms, 1941
  18. Poster. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Four Pictures of FDR
  19. Poster. A Gallant Leader
  20. Broadside. God Bless America
  21. Poster. "Having Seen the Quality of the Work," OWI Poster No. 13
  22. Poster. If I Were a Delegate I Would Vote For Henry Wallace. FDR
  23. Broadside. In the Strength of Great Hope. Victory Loan, 1945
  24. Broadside. Liberators of the World. Pictures of FDR and Churchill
  25. Broadside. Lincoln's Gettsburg Address and Roosevelt's Four Freedoms
  26. Broadside. The Man of Broken Promise. Anti-FDR, Sunday Mirror, August 6, 1944
  27. Poster. A Message to Men and Women in War Work, FDR
  28. Broadside. A Message to the Men and Women of Connecticut. 1917
  29. Poster. National Industrial Recovery Act
  30. Poster. "No Loyal Citizen of the US Should Be Denied the Democratic Right," OWI Poster No. 75
  31. Poster. No Third Term. Democrats for Willkie. Color picture of Uncle Sam
  32. Poster. "One A In Our Draft" CIO Political Action Committee, 1944 campaign
  33. Broadside. Our New President. LA Unemployed, 1933 (before Unemployment Compensation
  34. Poster. Poem. By Charles L. Bowen. Picture of FDR. "We Miss His Passing Greatly"
  35. Broadside. Remember Pearl Harbor, 1941
  36. Broadside. "The Rights We Fight For" Message from the President, January 11, 1944, CIO
  37. Poster. Roosevelt
  38. Poster. Roosevelt and Bomber, Icelandic
  39. Posters. Roosevelt and Cox, 1920 campaign. Bought from Halter Collection
  40. Poster. Roosevelt and Truman, 1944
  41. Poster. Roosevelt: Commander-In-Chief, 1942
  42. Poster. Roosevelt More Than Ever, 1940
  43. Poster. Rooseveltianity. 1st edition, 1943; 2nd edition, 1945
  44. Poster. "The State of This Nation" OWI Poster No. 40
  45. Poster. A Tribute to President Roosevelt. Exhibition of painting, sculpture, etc.
  46. Poster. Victory Loan. 2 copies
  47. Poster. We Are Now In This War
  48. Broadside. We Can, We Will **** War Savings Bonds

Programs

  1. Seventieth Birthday Dinner in Honor of Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt: Monday, October Eleventh, Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-Four. Grand Ballroom, Roosevelt Hotel, New York, NY

Proofs

Propaganda

  1. Propaganda World War II - With Banners
  2. Japanese Anti-FDR Propaganda Leaflet, Christmas 1942
  3. German Anti-FDR Propaganda Leaflet, March 1944
  4. Allied Propaganda Leaflets
    1. December 11, 1941, 2 copies
    2. January 17, 1943
    3. January 17, 1943, Belgium-French
    4. June 7, 1944, Dutch
    5. March 24, Dutch
    6. 2 Leaflets, French-Arabic[?]
    7. 3 Messages, Franklin D. Roosevelt, French
    8. Belges! (French and Walloon)
    9. Adolf Hitler Erklaerte Krieg (German)
    10. Uitgeworpedn (Dutch)
    11. Alliiertes Oberkommando (Dutch)
    12. Propaganda leaflets, Anti-FDR: Japanese, German

Recordings

  1. Film. FDR, No. 400. Official Films, Inc. 16mm sound.
  2. Record Album: Ballad For FDR. Written by Milton Robertson, composed and sung by Tom Glazer. With pamphlet, text, Asch Records, 2 disks (4 sides), 9 in. in album with portrait of Roosevelt
  3. Phonograph record. Ballad Of FDR. People's Chorus
  4. Phonograph record. The Face on the Dime
  5. Phonograph record. Fala Album
  6. Phonograph record. FDR, Americanism
  7. Phonograph record. FDR Blues, with God Bless Our New President
  8. Phonograph record. First Inaugural. Union Records
  9. Phonograph record. Franklin D. Jim De Noone
  10. Phonograph record. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. A Seis Con Decima. American folk song, with booklet
  11. Phonograph record. God Bless Our New President
  12. Phonograph record. Great Presidents Series. Franklin D. Roosevelt
  13. Phonograph record. I Can Hear It Now
  14. Phonograph record. A Living Memorial. Excerpts of FDR
  15. Phonograph record. The Man Who Couldn't Walk Around
  16. Phonograph record. On Broader Definition of Liberty, September 30, 1934
  17. Phonograph record. President Roosevelt's Address to Congress, December 8, 1941. RCA Victor
  18. Phonograph record. President's War Message, December 8th, 1941. Columbia
  19. Phonograph record. Rendezvous With Destiny
  20. Phonograph record. Roosevelt Opens World Fair
  21. Phonograph record. Six Pictorial Records: FDR
  22. Phonograph record. There's An FDR in Freedom
  23. Phonograph record. Voice of F.D.R., WOR recording, 9 in.
  24. Phonograph record. Broader Definition of Liberty
  25. Phonograph record. Voices of Victory. Churchill and FDR
  26. Phonograph record. Why I Like Roosevelt, Spiritual

Scrapbooks

  1. Scrapbook, Clippings, 1945-1957
  2. Roosevelt Scrapbook
  3. Roosevelt Invoices, 1954-1956
  4. Memorial Stamp Album, 1945. Not deluxe ed. Supplementary pages, stamps and mounts.

Song Sheets

Song Sheets. Songs for Political Action, National Citizens Political Action Committee, 1944.
  1. March on for F.D.R.
  2. Honor To Our President
  3. Star Spangled Banner
  4. Franklin D....Victory Jones
  5. Dear Mr. President
  6. Spirit of Roosevelt The Great
  7. I Love You-O America
  8. Mr. President, We're a Hundred Percent For You
  9. Roosevelt NRA March Song
  10. President Roosevelt March
  11. We Need You Franklin D.
  12. United Nations Anthem
  13. Roosevelt Glide
  14. Road Is Open Again
  15. Four Freedoms
  16. Our Boy Roosevelt He'll Go In
  17. The National Prayer
  18. FDR March, Woodin (FDR letter)
  19. Home On The Range
  20. Hail To The President, 1932
  21. We Want A Man Like Roosevelt, 1932
  22. Stand By Our President
  23. This Country Of Ours
  24. There's An "FDR" in Freedom
  25. He's A Great American
  26. Prosperity, USA Recovery Song
  27. Viva Roosevelt
  28. He Was Your Friend and Mine
  29. Remember FDR
  30. The Face On The Dime
  31. The New Deal Rose With Roosevelt
  32. We're For Roosevelt
  33. We're With You Mr. President
  34. FDR Address to Armed Forces
  35. Craig: Campaign Songs, 1936
  36. Franklin Roosevelt, There's Nothing The Matter With Him
  37. Roosevelt We're For You
  38. President's Birthday Ball
  39. President Roosevelt's Birthday Party

Stamps and Medals

  1. Medal. Roosevelt Memorial Medal, 1945
  2. Stamps. Postage Stamp Collection of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 1946 (catalog)
  3. Stamps. Ten FDR First Day Covers, Memorial, etc.