F. D. Roosevelt correspondence, 1938.

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Pinchot, Amos, 1873-1944. F. D. Roosevelt correspondence, 1938.

F. D. Roosevelt correspondence, 1938.

The collection consists of a short note from "Mass. Democrat" criticizing the University of Georgia for giving FDR an honoray degree, with envelope postmarked September 15, 1938 (Pittsfield, Mass.) and a clipping on Roosevelt and the New Deal by Amos Pinchot.

3 items (0.1 linear feet).

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