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Navy Chief Petty Officer Graham Jackson had played the accordion often for Franklin D. Roosevelt during the polio-stricken president's frequent visits to the spa at Warm Springs, Ga. He was scheduled to play for him again on April 12, 1945, the day Roosevelt died at the LIttle White House in Warm Springs. Instead, the officer found himself leading the funeral procession the next day, tears streaming down his face. By Ed Clark.
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Chief Petty Officer (USN) Graham Jackson plays ‘Goin’ Home’ in Warm Springs Georgia as President Franklin Roosevelt’s casket is taken to a train to return to Washington DC. April 1945.
Navy bandsman Graham Jackson playing “Goin’ Home” on the accordion, with tears streaming down his cheeks, as Franklin Delaware Roosevelt’s hearse headed to the train station in Warm Spring, GA., in 1945
Chief Petty Officer Graham Jackson was scheduled to play his accordion for President Franklin Roosevelt's enjoyment on April 12, 1945. Instead he played "Going Home" as the President's body was escorted away from the Little White House in Warm Springs, Ga.
Photograhphy ; Ed Clark 1945 Navy Chief Petty Officer Graham Jackson plays “Goin’ Home” on the accordion as Franklin D. Roosevelt’s body is carried from Warm Springs, Georgia, where he suddenly dead from a stroke on April 12, 1945. His tear lined face was captured by Life photographer Ed Clark, one of the most iconic photos of that time.
Chief Petty Officer Graham Jackson plays “Going Home” as FDR’s body is borne past in Warm Springs, GA,
Eines der berühmtesten Akkordeon-Fotos überhaupt vom Life Magazine Fotografen Ed Clark: Der Akkordeonist Graham Jackson spielt Dvoraks "Going Home" am 12. April 1945 in Warm Springs, Georgia, als der Sarg von Präsident Franklin Roosevelt in den Leichenwagen gebracht wurde. Stichworte: #Accordion, #Art, #Player, #Vintage, #Photography
indypendenthistory: Navy Chief Petty Officer Graham Jackson had played the accordion often for Franklin D. Roosevelt during the polio-stricken president’s frequent visits to the spa at Warm Springs, Ga. He was scheduled to play for him again on April 12, 1945, the day Roosevelt died at the LIttle White House in Warm Springs. Instead, the officer found himself leading the funeral procession the next day, tears streaming down his face. By Ed Clark. (via LIFE magazine’s best photos - Telegraph)
Ida Wyman: Men of the Garment District Read of President Roosevelt's Death, NYC, 1945 On the afternoon of April 12, 1945, President Franklin D. Roosevelt said, "I have a terrific pain in the back of my head." He then slumped forward in his chair, unconscious, and was carried into his bedroom. The president's attending cardiologist, Dr. Howard Bruenn, diagnosed a massive cerebral hemmorrhage. At 3:35 pm that day, Roosevelt died. Ed Clark: Navy CPO Graham Jackson Playing "Going Home" as President Roosevelt's Body is Carried, Warm Springs, GA, April 13, 1945 On the morning of April 13, Roosevelt's body was placed in a flag-draped coffin and loaded onto the presidential train. After a White House funeral on April 14, Roosevelt was transported back to Hyde Park by train, guarded by four servicemen from the Army, Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard. Roosevelt was buried in the Rose Garden of the Sprinwood Estate, the Roosevelt family home in Hyde Park on April 15. Roosevelt's death was met with shock and grief across the U.S. and around the world. His declining health had not been known to the general public. Roosevelt had been president for more than 12 years, longer than any other person, and had led the country through some of its greatest crises to the impending defeat of Nazi Germany and to within sight of the defeat of Japan as well. Less than a month after his death, on May 8, came the moment Roosevelt fought for: V-E Day. An editorial by The New York Times declared, "Men will thank God on their knees a hundred years from now that Franklin D. Roosevelt was in the White House." thewhitehouse.gov: Franklin D. Roosevelt
updownsmilefrown: “ Chief Petty Officer Graham Jackson plays “Going Home” as FDR’s body is borne past in Warm Springs, GA, where the President was scheduled to attend a barbecue on the day he died....
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On the occasion of the 13th Academy Awards ceremony on February 27, 1941, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt gave a six-minute, direct-line radio address from the White House, paying tribute to the work being done by Hollywood. This was the first time an American president had participated in an Oscar ceremony.
VOICE: Franklin D. Roosevelt #FDR Remembered for his fireside chats during his presidency, FDR used his speaking ability and friendly voice to gain confidence and trust from citizens. His voice is trustworthy and convincing. This is why he is a voice for our ideal being.
Franklin D. Roosevelt was the 32nd President of The United States. He took office during the height of The Great Depression. He gave hope to many Americans during this era.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt was president of the US during WW1. He served four terms and introduced the New Deals, which have had long lasting impacts on American life.
This is a photo of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. He was a president of the United States and was reelected 4 times, longer than any other president of the nation in history. FDR was president during the Great Depression and helped the country as we dove deeper into WW1.
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The last photograph of President Franklin Roosevelt, taken at Warm Springs, GA by Nicholas Robbins for Elizabeth Shoumatoff. FDR died the following day. April 11, 1945.
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The last photograph of President Franklin Roosevelt (32nd), taken at Warm Springs, GA. FDR died the following day. April 11, 1945.
The last photograph of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, taken at Warm Springs, GA. The President died the following day, April 11, 1945. ||| he just looks so tired.
The last photograph of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, taken at Warm Springs, GA by Nicholas Robbins for Elizabeth Shoumatoff. FDR died the following day. April 11, 1945.
The last photograph of President Franklin Roosevelt, taken at Warm Springs, GA. FDR died the following day. April 11, 1945. He looks older then his 63 years and was very ill here. (The strain of almost serving 3 terms of office and then WWII probably finished him off)
President Franklin D. ROOSEVELT :: The last photograph taken of him while he was at Warm Springs, GA ( photo by Nicholas Robbins for Elizabeth Shoumatoff.) FDR died the following day. April 11, 1945.
The last photograph of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, taken at Warm Springs, GA. The President died the following day, April 11, 1945. After sending legislation to the Congress to amend the Volstead Act and thus end Prohibition, Roosevelt stated, “I think this would be a good time for a beer.” When asked by a reporter what an upcoming Fireside Chat was going to be about, he replied, “About 22 minutes.”
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The last photograph of President Roosevelt, taken at Warm Springs, GA by Nicholas Robbins for Elizabeth Shoumatoff. FDR died the following day. April 11, 1945. Gift of the Roosevelt Institute and the Shoumatoff Family.
President Franklin Roosevelt the day before he died. The photo was taken at Warm Springs Georgia where FDR was relaxing with friends including former love Lucy Mercer. April 11 1945
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt....In the early 20th century, the way that his head is posed, many thought that he was "stuck up".His Mother, Sarah Delano Roosevelt tought him that it was "Sophisticated".Either way, He was one of the best Leaders of the 2oth century!
The only American president elected to more than two terms, Franklin Delano Roosevelt facilitated a durable coalition that realigned American politics for decades. FDR's New Deal Coalition united labor unions, big city machines, white ethnics, African Americans and rural white Southerners. Roosevelt's diplomatic impact also resonated on the world stage long after his death, with the United Nations and Bretton Woods as examples of his administration's wide-ranging impact.
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Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt. I love how he stood up to his opponents and made things happen. Eleanor was a great humanitarian. She truly cared about making life better for everyone on this planet.
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"Probably the happiest period in life most frequently is in middle age, when the eager passions of youth are cooled, and the infirmities of age not yet begun; as we see that the shadows, which are at morning and evening so large, almost entirely disappear at midday." Eleanor Roosevelt
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In April of 1945, while still in office, Roosevelt died in Warm Springs, Georgia, after suffering a massive cerebral hemorrhage. Fala attended the funeral, but it became clear to all around him that he was lost without Roosevelt. | Fala: The Most Underrated PresidentialDog
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Sunday, April 15th, 1945 ~ The burial service for late President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, at Hyde Park. Standing at left, Margaret ‘Daisy’ Suckley tends “Fala”.
Sunday, April 15th, 1945 ~ The burial service for late President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, at Hyde Park. Standing at left, Margaret ‘Daisy’ Suckley tends “Fala”. Standing to Miss Suckley’s right is fellow-cousin Laura Franklin Delano. Contributor’s collection (Robert Bruce).
Sunday, April 15th, 1945 ~ The burial service for late President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, at Hyde Park. Standing at left, Margaret ‘Daisy’ Suckley tends “Fala”. Standing to Miss Suckley’s right is fellow-cousin Laura Franklin Delano who couldn't wait for Eleanor to arrive after Franklins death do she (Laura) could tell her of Lucy Mercer having been thereContributor’s collection (Robert Bruce).
Sunday, April 15th, 1945 ~ The burial service for late President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, at Hyde Park.
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's constant companion, Fala, a Scottish Terrier, was the most famous dog in the world. A beloved witness to history, Fala was also the center of political...
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Navy CPO Graham Jackson mourns as FDR’s funeral cortege passes, 1945.
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Graham Washington Jackson, Sr. (February 22, 1903 - January 15, 1983) was a celebrated African-American theatre organist, pianist, and choral conductor. He was present in Warm Springs, Georgia, when President Franklin Delano Roosevelt died in April 1945. Jackson became a national icon when Ed Clark, a Life magazine photographer, captured a photo of a tearful Jackson, accordion in hand, playing "Goin' Home" as Roosevelt's funeral train left Warm Springs.
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Alice Roosevelt, 1903 [Alice Lee Roosevelt Longworth, 1884 - 1980 daughter of U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt]. Such a rebel
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Alice Roosevelt, 1903 [Alice Lee Roosevelt Longworth, 1884 - 1980 daughter of U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt]. Such a rebel
Alice Roosevelt Longworth said, "If you haven't got anything nice to say about anybody, come sit next to me." Guess she didn't want to be the last leaf on the grapevine. She was President Theodore Roosevelt's oldest child and quite a scandalous woman in her time.
Alice Roosevelt Longworth said, "If you haven't got anything nice to say about anybody, come sit next to me." She was President Theodore Roosevelt's oldest child.
Alice Roosevelt (President Theodore Roosevelt's oldest child) Longworth by Frances Benjamin Johnston, 1903. This girl was kind of crazy her whole life...
Alice Roosevelt Longworth by Frances Benjamin Johnston, 1903 ~I want a painting of myself like this~
Alice Roosevelt Longworth, 1903. Hand-tinted photograph by Frances Benjamin Johnston. A typical Aquarius, Alice drove her father, Theodore Roosevelt, to distraction by smoking cigarettes, placing bets with bookies, attending the odd sumo wrestling match, and at some point, getting tattooed. One day, after threatening to throw Alice out the window, President Roosevelt signed to a friend: "I can either run the country, or I can attend to Alice, but I cannot possibly do both."
Alice Roosevelt Longworth by Frances Benjamin Johnston, 1903. || ALICE ROOSEVELT WAS HARDCORE. “She was known as a rule-breaker in an era when women were under great pressure to conform. The American public noticed many of her exploits. She smoked cigarettes in public, swore at officials, rode in cars with men, stayed out late partying, kept a pet snake named Emily Spinach (Emily as in her spinster aunt and Spinach for its green color) in the White House, and was seen placing bets with a bookie.
Alice Roosevelt at The White House~~ her Daddy President Teddy Roosevelt
1903. Alice Roosevelt, daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt, photographed by Frances Benjamin Johnston. Colorized.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) as Secretary of Navy at the Brooklyn Navy Yard (NARA) December 12, 1916
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Picture of Franklin D. Roosevelt, in a close-up group photo in Groto, Massachussets, taken in 1899.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) as Secretary of Navy at the Brooklyn Navy Yard; December 12, 1916.
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Alice Roosevelt in East Room ca. 1900s --- Alice Roosevelt Longworth in Gown --- Image by © CORBIS
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Alice Roosevelt in the White House East Room wearing the silk gown that was probably "Alice Blue" a pale, almost icy, azure blue. Some hand-tinted photos show it gold and some blue.
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Alice Roosevelt official photograph, taken in the East Room of the White House.
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FDR giving an interview at the beginning of the war in the Pacific.
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"On his occasional visits, Eva’s father, Edgar, would gather Eva and her mother, Hazel, to listen to President Roosevelt’s Fireside Chats. Many presidents were inspired my Roosevelt’s weekly talks, including President Obama: http://www.history.com/topics/fireside-chats " - Amy Bloom, LUCKY US
1941 - FDR giving an interview at the beginning of the War in the Pacific.
FDR is giving a speech at the beginning of the pacific war
Only two photos exist of FDR in his wheelchair
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt, commonly known by his initials FDR, was an American statesman and political leader who served as the 32nd President of the United States. Born: January 30, 1882, Hyde Park, NY Died: April 12, 1945, Warm Springs, GA
Out of 35,000 photographs of Franklin Delano Roosevelt at the Hyde Park Library, only two show him seated in his wheelchair; he went to great lengths to hide and "overcome" his disability. Reportedly, when the actor Orson Welles was dining at the White House, President Roosevelt said to him, "You and I are the two finest actors in America."
Wheelchair-bound President Franklin Roosevelt holds his black Scottish terrier Fala while talking to Ruthie Bie, granddaughter of the caretakers of the Hill Top Cottage at his Hyde Park, N.Y., home in February 1941.
Franklin Roosevelt served for 3 terms as President of the United States and helped pull the country out of the depression through social programs. He also led the U.S. through World War II. Due to polio, FDR could not walk unassisted. Unfortunately, because of the times, he felt he had to hide the extent of his disability from the American public.
Franklin Roosevelt's Little White House in Warm Springs won last week's Brown's Guides poll asking readers, "Which GA State Historical Site makes the most personal connection?" http://www.brownsguides.com/v/roosevelts-little-white-house/
President Roosevelt in his wheelchair on the porch at Top Cottage in Hyde Park, NY with Ruthie Bie and Fala. February 1941.
FDR at the little white house in Warm Springs, Ga....I was able to visit there and it also happened to be on the anniversary of his passing on April 12th....What an experience for me !
US President Roosevelt in wheel chair with dog Fala and Ruthie Bie (granddaughter of the Hyde Park caretaker), Hill Top Cottage, Hyde Park, New York, United States, Feb 1941
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Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt Fishing at Camp David - 1943
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Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt Fishing at Camp David,1943. About Roosevelt, Churchill said, "No lover ever studied every whim of his mistress as I did those of President Roosevelt.”
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Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt Fishing at Camp David - 1943 Don't know if they we're fly fishing, but I'd like to believe so.
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Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt Fishing at Camp David | 1943. I bet they were drinking!
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1943: Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt Fishing at Camp David. I love this!
Churchill fishing with FDR
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President Barack Obama talks with former President Bill Clinton in the Lower Press Office before addressing the media in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House, Dec. 10, 2010. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)
President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton, Dec. 10, 2010. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)
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Franklin D. Roosevelt at Hyde Park in a Wheelchair Photograph, 1941 -- One of the few pictures showing FDR in his wheelchair. He survived polio during the 1920s.
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Rare photo of President Roosevelt in his wheelchair.
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President Roosevelt signing the declaration of war on Japan, Dec. 8, 1941.
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Decade of 1940, president of UE, Franklin Roosevelt signed the declaration of war against japan answering to the attacks on base of Pearl Harbor
#OTD December 8, 1941, after FDR gave his famous post-Pearl Harbor speech, Congress declared war on Japan. (The U.S. hasn't declared war since.) The photo shows FDR signing the Declaration of War.
United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt signing the declaration of war against Japan, in the wake of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Date: 8 December 1941
For weeks, a war with Japan had appeared likely since negotiations had deteriorated over the subject of Japan's military forays into China and elsewhere in the Pacific during World War II. Franklin Roosevelt and his advisors knew that an attack on the US fleet at the Philippines was possible. Few suspected the naval base at Pearl Harbor would be a target.
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signs a declaration of war against Japan on December 7th, 1941. (Photo: National Archives and Records Administration)
El 8 de desembre de 1941, l'endemà de l'atac japonès a Pearl Harbor, el president dels EUA Franklin Roosevelt signava la declaració de guerra contra el Japó. Aquest atac va determinar la incorporació dels EUA a la Segona Guerra Mundial (WWII)
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Franklin Roosevelt signing Declaration of War against Japan, December 9, 1941
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Message of President William McKinley nominating Theodore Roosevelt to be Assistant Secretary of the Navy, 04/06/1896 by The U.S. National Archives, via Flickr
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Message of President William McKinley nominating Theodore Roosevelt to be Assistant Secretary of the Navy, 04/06/1896
Original Caption: Message of President William McKinley nominating Theodore Roosevelt to be Assistant Secretary of the Navy, 04/06/1896 Created By: U.S. Senate.(03/04/1789 - ) From: Record Group/Collection: 46 From: Anson McCook Collection of Presidential Signatures, compiled 1789 - 1975 Production Dates: 04/06/1896 Persistent URL: arcweb.archives.gov/arc/action/ExternalIdSearch?id=306334 Reference Unit: Center for Legislative Archives (NWL), National Archives Building Access Restrictions: Unrestricted Use Restrictions: Unrestricted
Abraham Lincoln in His White House Office. This is one of the only photographs of Abraham Lincoln in his White House office. It was taken by Anthony Berger, a Brady operator, to assist the artist Francis B. Carpenter in his massive painting of Lincoln reading the Emancipation Proclamation to his cabinet.
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President Lincoln in his WH office, 1864--