President Franklin D. Roosevelt, speaks at the dedication of Techwood Homes. (Techwood was a slum clearance project to build twenty-three brick and concrete buildings to house 604 families and 308 Georgia Tech students. It also included forty-two concrete buildings with 677 apartments at Atlanta University.) The President is seen delivering his dedication speech, entitled,"The Meaning of Progress," at Grant Field on the Georgia Tech campus, Atlanta, Georgia, before an audience of 50,000 people. He remembers the day, eleven years ago, in 1924, when he first came to Warm Springs, Georgia. He speaks about those days of so-called prosperity in America,when speculators profited and there was a "fools paradise before "the crash", and the citizens were left "holding the bag." He reflects on the disaster and gloom from 1929 to March 3,1933, and reminds the audience of his administrations subsequent actions to re-open closed banks and establish insurance for bank depositors. He speaks of the efforts of Government to find gainful employment for people out of work.
President Franklin D Roosevelt during a vacation at the Little White House in Warm Springs, Georgia. President Roosevelt sits in his personal hand-controlled 1932 Plymouth PA Phaeton open car, outside the little White House in Warm Springs, Georgia. He sits in the car as photographers take pictures. U.S. Marine guard stands at attention , in background. A man sitting in back seat of the open car moves to the front and sits next to President Roosevelt, who then drives the car, with the man, smiling beside him. Front view of the car shows a triple A insignia and license plate displaying the single letter "R." A Secret Service agent jumps on the running board as the car comes past him. Other Secret Service Agents follow in another car. The two cars are seen under the entrance sign to "Georgia Warm Springs Foundation." The President is driving with three passengers in his car, followed by the Secret Service car. They proceed out on the public highway, past a gasoline station with "Standard Oil Products" sign in front. A U.S. Marine guard in uniform, stands beside large sign reading: "This is The Little White House." it asks the public not to intrude.
U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt dedicates the chapel at Georgia Warm Springs Foundation in Warm Springs, Georgia. Cars parked on the road side. President Roosevelt arrives at the new chapel and drives up footpath to the door. Closeup of license plate on the President's 1938 Ford convertible (with hand controls) reads 'Georgia FDR 1938'. Following the dedication service, the President is seen standing supported by door of his car, as he shakes hands with Rt. Rev. Henry J. Mikell, D.D., Bishop of Atlanta. Standing nearby are Rev. J.D.C. Wilson, Rector of St. Mark's Episcopal Church in LaGrange, Georgia, and FDR's neighbor and friend, and former owner of Warm Springs, Georgia Mustian Wilkins, who donated the funds for the chapel. Scene shifts to large group of polio victims, in wheel chairs. Closeup of President Roosevelt. Group of polio victims , in their wheel chairs, posing outside a Foundation building, with McCarthy Cottage and the E.T. Curtis Cottage in background.
President Franklin D Roosevelt during a vacation in Warm Springs, Georgia. President Roosevelt arrives in Warm Springs and get off a railroad car at the station. Large crowd gathers to welcome him. President speaks to the people. A large number of men, women and children gather along the road side to welcome the President. Some young men in uniforms of Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) are in the crowd. Everyone appears jubilant and wave as President's car drives past them.
United States President Franklin Roosevelt visits Warm Springs, Georgia for his annual stay at Little White House. A crowd gathers at the train car carrying FDR. Close up of children waving to FDR. Crowd along a road as Roosevelt's limousine leaves the railroad area. President Roosevelt waves to the crowd. Children clap for him. A guard next to a sign that reads, 'This is the Little White House. It is Occupied. The public is requested to view it from the hill. Please do not intrude' FDR's car travels on the highway.
President Franklin D Roosevelt on a podium with Eleanor Roosevelt, campaigning for reelection. He is introduced as the President and next President, of the United States. President Roosevelt addresses the audience as friends and neighbors. They respond with cheers.