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Trying To Sell FDR A Television, With Reply
We feel that your new home on Dutchess Hill would be particularly suited to good television reception, by reason of its elevation and its freedom from possible surrounding interferences. Furthermore, with the R.C.A. Engineers taking full charge of this installation, we feel confident that complete satisfaction and service can be rendered....
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Title: Trying To Sell FDR A Television, With Reply
Creator: Fred Perlmutter (author)
Date: June 28, 1939
Format: Correspondence
Publication: President's Personal Files, Box 1-G, Top Cottage Folder
Source: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library
Keywords: Accessibility; Architecture; Communication; Corporation; Correspondence; Economics; Entertainment, Leisure & Recreation; Franklin D. Roosevelt; Government; Hyde Park, NY; New York; Physical Disability; R.C.A.; Television; Top Cottage
Topics: Physical Environment
Funding Support Provided By: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute