U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt, in his study at the family home, Springwood, in Hyde Park, New York. He smiles and speaks. His desk is piled high with congratulatory messages following his reelection to a second term.
A telegram from Alfred M Landon to U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt, congratulates him on his victory in the elections. President Roosevelt at desk in his study at the family home, Springwood, in Hyde Park, New York. He reads congratulatory letters and telegrams with his mother Sara Roosevelt. Roosevelt talks to his mother, Sara, and drinks from a glass.
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.
Activities of the President Franklin D Roosevelt and his family in Hyde Park, New York. View of the Hudson Valley home of the President of the United States Franklin D Roosevelt. Roosevelt drives his car to a field. He talks with his children while filling documents at his residence. He sits with his wife on a garden. Children ride horses.
U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt attends wedding of U.S. Ambassador to Denmark, Ruth Bryan Owen. Men stand outside entrance door of St James Church in Hyde Park New York.. The wedded couple, U.S. Ambassador to Denmark Ruth Bryan Owen and Danish Captain Borge Rohde walk out of the church. President Franklin Roosevelt and others in an open car. A crowd in the background. A crowd at the church.