President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and his family, vote at Hyde Park, New York, in the 1934 elections.
Hyde Park New York USA Date:1934, November 6 Duration:53 sec Sound:Yes
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.
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