Sunday, March 2, 2014

Fact of the Day: Little White House

When not in Washington D.C., President Franklin D. Roosevelt would stay in Warm Springs, Georgia. Often living in a modest home nicknamed the Little White House. FDR would later pass away there in 1945. 

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  1. I've heard that they avoided photographing him in his wheelchair because they didn't want the public to know he had polio.

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  2. About what Kay said: I've heard that, too.

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  3. In my opinion, the greatest president we ever had.

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  4. Interesting tidbit on FDR. And that first comment....didn't know that either.

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  5. It is certainly a nice painting of Roosevelt.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  6. Probably less stressful there too

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  7. Another democrat for you, love him.

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  8. I also want a small white house! :)

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  9. didn't know this, thanks for sharing!

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  10. Very intelligent this man. I would have do the same. No better place like home. Kisses, Adam:)

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  11. Interesting info. And that is a great painting of him!

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  12. Cool and interesting post :)

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  13. He took advantage of the warm springs there...
    Some think he was a great president...I, myself, think he started things that have come back to bite us in the butt !!

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