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Medaille Militaire Awarded Pres. Roosevelt
“Polio Girl” Lays Wreath At FDR Grave
M. Washington, D.C. ceremony, French Ambassador Henri Bonnet, right, presents France's highest honor, the Medaille Militaire, to America's wartime leader, acceptance being made by Mrs., Eleanor Roosevelt as President Truman looks on.
Four-year-old Nancy Drury, poster girl in 1947 "March of Dimes" campaign to aid Infantile Paralysis Foundation, lays wreath at grave of late President Franklin D. Roosevelt at Hyde Park, N.Y. Nancy was cured of dread disease largely through the Roosevelt-inspired fund-raising drive.
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Warm Spring Home Of FDR New Shrine
The Georgia cottage where the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt died is now a national shrine, maintained by the state. 1. Living room, where he passed away. 2. View of terrace. 3. Front foyer. Note wheel chair, used by Mr. Roosevelt. 4. Kitchen of "the little White House."