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Trying To Sell FDR A Record Player, With Reply
Being a native of Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, N.Y., I am naturally deeply interested in what President Roosevelt is doing in the construction of an early Dutch home at Hyde Park. I have likewise noted with interest that the residence will contain no radio, but in the construction of such a fine dwelling there should be serious consideration given to Capehart, America's finest automatic phonograph, which will furnish properly diffused music at all times....
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Title: Trying To Sell FDR A Record Player, With Reply
Creator: C.E. Richardson (author)
Date: November 1, 1938
Format: Correspondence
Source: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library
Control no.: President's Personal Files
Location: Box 1-G, Top Cottage Folder
Keywords: Accessibility; Architecture; Clark Music Company; Corporation; Correspondence; Economics; Franklin D. Roosevelt; Government; Henry J. Toombs; Hyde Park, NY; Marguerite LeHand; Music; New York; Phonograph; Physical Disability; Radio; Top Cottage
Topics: Physical Environment
Funding Support Provided By: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute