The Franklin D. Roosevelt family votes at Town Hall, in Hyde Park, New York, during the 1934 U.S. National elections. View of the Town Hall with many people gathered around it. A man explains voting procedure to President Roosevelt's mother, Sara Ann Delano Roosevelt. She enters the voting booth and exits again. The Roosevelt sons are seen in front of the voting booth. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, the President's wife, stands in front of the voting booth. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his mother sit in the back of an open automobile. As it backs out of the driveway, the President waves his hat, and applause and boos can be heard from persons gathered around the Town Hall.
Mother of United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt during an interview at Hyde Park, New York. Mrs. Sara Delano Roosevelt, celebrating her eightieth birthday, gives an interview. She expresses her approval for her son's plan for the renovation of nation's homes.
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt at Hyde Park, New York. The President drives his personal Ford Phaeton automobile along the original tree-lined driveway to his family estate, Springwood, in Hyde Park, New York. The President parks beside a tree on the drive. His daughter, Anna Roosevelt Dall, dressed in riding attire, steps forward and places a tape measure around the tree to measure it's circumference. The President participates in the measurement activity from the seat of his car.
Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen (woman diplomat) weds Captain Boerge Rohde (Danish officer) at Hyde Park in New York. The newly married couple emerges from the St James Church in Hyde Park. Couple in their car surrounded by the invitees.The couple poses for public and press.
Franklin D. Roosevelt seen standing in courtyard of White House, with other officials. The old Executive Office Building is in the background. Democratic National Convention of July, 1920. Roosevelt is nominated as Vice Presidential candidate on ticket with James M. Cox. The two of them campaigning in San Francisco. Supporters parading. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt with their four children and dog, at Hyde Park in New York. Crowds gather to hear Roosevelt campaign speeches. Franklin D. Roosevelt returns to Hyde Park and is greeted by his mother. He speaks there and greets supporters. Roosevelt on chrutches (due to polio) standing with John W. Davis and Alfred Smith. Scenes of the Democratic National Convention of 1924, in New York.
Presidential elections in the United States. Americans voting in various cities. People lined up outside building to vote. Buildings along the sides of the street. Acts and figures pasted on a board. People reading the news. President Roosevelt casting his vote at the Town Hall in Hyde Park, New York. Tabulation of the figure. Crowd at Times Square follow the returns. A board reads: 'National Broadcasting Company Election chart'. Announcements of figures on radio. A woman writing the figure on a board. Announcement of results at the Republican National Headquarters. Governor Dewey conceded defeat and President Roosevelt receives congratulations at Hyde Park.