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WAGES AND HOURS / MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES TRANSMITTING A RECOMMENDATION THAT THE CONGRESS ENACT LEGISLATION "FURTHER TO HELP THOSE WHO TOIL IN FACTORY AND ON FARM" / May 24, 1937. -- Referred to the Committee on Labor and ordered to be printed. [75th Congress, 1st Session / House of Representatives / Document No. 255]

By: (Roosevelt, Franklin Delano)

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Washington, D.C., 1937.: 1937.

Seller ID: 17339

Condition: Fine


Washington, D.C., 1937.. 1937.. Fine. - Octavo, 9 inches high by 5-7/8 inches wide. Softcovers, self-wraps. 4 pages. There is some minor staining to the bottom edge of the last page. Else, near fine. First edition. [Halter T636]. "The time has arrived for us to take further action to extend the frontiers of social progress." First Edition. View more info

ROOSEVELT: The Soldier of Freedom

By: (Roosevelt, Franklin Delano). Burns, James MacGregor

Price: $10.00

Publisher: NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc., (1970).: (1970).

Seller ID: 1190

Condition: Very good


NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc., (1970).. (1970).. Very good. - Octavo, red cloth titled in dark red, in dw. The covers are very lightly bumped. The dw is rubbed & chipped. xiv & 722 pp. Illustrated in B&W. Very good in a good dw. This concluding volume of the first complete biography of FDR covers the period from 1940 to his death in 1945. Dust jacket present. View more info

FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT AT HYDE PARK. DRAWINGS BY OLIN DOWS. SIXTEEN DIFFERENT POSTCARDS

By: (Roosevelt, Franklin Delano). Dows, Olin

Price: $25.00

Publisher: circa [1949].: [1949].

Seller ID: 26721

Condition: Fine


circa [1949].. [1949].. Fine. - sc A set of 16 black & white postcards, each measuring 3-1/2 inches high by 5-1/2 inches wide with a different image by Olin Dows reproduced from his book of the same name. This is a fine, uncut set printed on 2 accordion fold-outs, each with 4 panels of 2 cards. Perforated lines permit the easy separation of the cards. Each card is titled on the verso with a caption quoted from Dows' book. A fine set in its original pictorial envelope, titled and illustrated in green. SCARCE. View more info

Image for 4 ORIGINAL SIGNED PEN & INK WASH DRAWINGS FOR "RIDING BACKWARDS: THE MEMOIRS OF PRINCESS NIRA OF NEWDEAL", SERIALIZED IN THE SATURDAY EVENING POST SATIRIZING MAJOR PLAYERS IN FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT'S ADMINISTRATION.

4 ORIGINAL SIGNED PEN & INK WASH DRAWINGS FOR "RIDING BACKWARDS: THE MEMOIRS OF PRINCESS NIRA OF NEWDEAL", SERIALIZED IN THE SATURDAY EVENING POST SATIRIZING MAJOR PLAYERS IN FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT'S ADMINISTRATION.

By: (Roosevelt, Franklin Delano). King, Wyncie (1884-1961); American illustrator and caricaturist.

Price: $250.00

Publisher: [1935].: [1935].

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 30429

Condition: Very good


- sc What is offered here are 4 original pen & ink wash drawings by the caricaturist Wyncie King depicting members of FDR's administration. Each 5-3/4 inch high by 4 inch wide drawing is penned on separate 15 inch high by 10-1/4 inch wide Strathmore art board, two of which bear Strathmore's blind stamp. Each drawing is signed in ink by the artist Wyncie King and additionally captioned in pencil under the image.The drawings respectively depict Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins, here represented as "H.R.G. Grand Duchess Fanny Perkinsova" and depicted seated with a crown perching on h... View more info

Image for A DEEPLY MOVING ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH OF PRESIDENT FRANKLIN  ROOSEVELT'S FUNERAL COFFIN BEING ESCORTED BY AN HONOR GUARD INTO THE WHITE HOUSE.

A DEEPLY MOVING ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH OF PRESIDENT FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT'S FUNERAL COFFIN BEING ESCORTED BY AN HONOR GUARD INTO THE WHITE HOUSE.

By: (Roosevelt, Franklin Delano). McAvoy, D. (1905-1966). Photojournalist.

Price: $350.00

Publisher: Washington, D.C., April 14, 1945.: 1945.

Seller ID: 27101

Condition: Very good


- sc A 14-1/4 inch high by 11-1/8 inch wide gelatin silver print depicting the famous image of President Roosevelt's flag-draped coffin being carried and escorted into the White House by an honor guard, as the horse-drawn funeral carriage draws away. Two marines bearing flags stand at the lower left of the image under the leafy branches of the tree which frames the left side of the photograph. The tree's branches reach out towards the columns of the White House's entrance which frame the right side of the image, balancing the somber scene. There are some very light creases to the lower and upp... View more info

COLOR COLLOTYPE PRINT OF THE SITTING PRESIDENT FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT AFTER THE PAINTING BY ELIZABETH SHOUMATOFF

By: (Roosevelt, Franklin Delano). Shoumatoff, Elizabeth

Price: $175.00

Publisher: (1943).: (1943).

Seller ID: 25382

Condition: Very good


(1943).. (1943).. Very good. - sc A superb 10-1/2 inch high by 8-1/4 inch wide color portrait of FDR on 15-1/2 inch high by 12 inch wide heavy stock. The print, a color collotype by A. Jaffe" is entitled "Franklin D. Roosevelt / painted by Elizabeth Shoumatoff in April 1943". The superb image depicts a dignified white haired FDR from the chest up, attired in suit & tie over white shirt with a dark cape draped over his shoulders. There is some light foxing and discoloration to the ample borders and tape remnants on the verso. Very good. A rare portrait of the President.Elizabe... View more info

F.D.R. GETTYSBURG SPEECH. Delivered May 30, 1934 at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

By: Roosevelt, Franklin Delano

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Chicago, Illinois: Black Cat Press, [1967].: [1967].

Seller ID: 32131

Condition: Fine


Chicago, Illinois: Black Cat Press, [1967].. [1967].. Fine. - Miniature, 1-1/4"x1". Bound in the studio of Bela Blau in dark blue cloth titled & framed in gilt on the front cover. Marbled endpapers and 18 leaves, including the colophon. Decorations printed in light blue. Fine. "Designed by Norman W. Forgue and printed direct from type by Charles Young at the Norman Press, Chicago". View more info

A VINTAGE NEWS PHOTOGRAPH DEPICTING PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT REVIEWING TROOPS STATIONED IN CASABLANCA, MOROCCO IN 1943 DURING WORLD WAR II, WITH A ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL POSTAGE STAMP AFFIXED TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PHOTO

By: Roosevelt, Franklin Delano (1882-1945), President of the United States

Price: $10.00

Publisher: 1943.: 1943.

Seller ID: 25691

Condition: Good


1943.. 1943.. Good. - sc The 7-3/4 inch high by 9-1/2 inch wide image depicts President Franklin Delano Roosevelt seated in his army jeep with his hat off, reviewing armed American troops lining the boulevard in Casablanca. Mounted at the bottom of the photograph is a 5 cent memorial US Postage stamp with an inset image of the President with his birth and death dates next to the motto "Freedom of Speech and Freedom from Want and Fear". The stamp is canceled by an illegible postmark stamped on the bottom of the photograph. There is a very tiny tear to the right edge and minor damage to ... View more info