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Franklin D. Roosevelt

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Birthplace

 

Birthplace: Springwood, 4097 Albany Post Road, Hyde Park, NY (Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site)

Visited: 7/14/91

Log Excerpt: "... drove to Hyde Park ... and toured FDR house [Home of Franklin Delano Roosevelt NHS], grave, museum - very interesting."


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Home

 

Home: Campobello, New Brunswick, Canada (Roosevelt-Campobello International Park)

Visited: 6/29/08

Log Excerpt: "Up the coast a little and into NB Canada on Campobello Island and to Roosevelt-Campobello International Park, where FDR went as a boy and visited throughout his life. Saw a film in the visitor center, then walked through the very inviting home with guides in different rooms. Again, views would have been fantastic sans fog. Took a short trail down to the water and noted how really high the pilings on the floating docks were to manage the huge tidal change."


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Home

 

Home: 200 Madison Avenue, New York, NY

Visited: 3/6/17

Log Excerpt: "Moving back in time we went to where Roosevelt had previously been living at 200 Madison Avenue, with his widowed mother."


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Home: 125 East 36th Street, New York, NY

Visited: 3/6/17

Log Excerpt: "Back on the subway downtown for a few stops, and a short walk to two Franklin Roosevelt homes. When Roosevelt got married, he and Eleanor moved into a brownstone at 125 East 36th Street."


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Home

 

Home: 47-49 East 65th Street

Visited: 3/6/17

Log Excerpt: "... and then walked to 47-49 East 65th Street. Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt lived here; in 1907, two years after they got married, they moved into the townhouse along with his mother, Sara. The building currently houses the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College."


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Gravesite

 

Gravesite: 4097 Albany Post Road, Hyde Park, NY (Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site)

Visited: 7/14/91

Log Excerpt: "... drove to Hyde Park ... and toured FDR house [Home of Franklin Delano Roosevelt NHS], grave, museum - very interesting."


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Museum/Library

 

Museum/Library: Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum, 4079 Albany Post Road, Hyde Park, NY

Visited: 7/11/2011

Log Excerpt: "... we moved on north to Hyde Park and the FDR complex. For this trip we were only interested in the Museum/Library so we got tickets at the VC and headed over. The museum was very interesting but not extraordinary. It did have good vignettes of the oval office, fireside chat room and the secret map room during the war."