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Roosevelt, holding the arm of a man in uniform, speaks with the King.  Eleanor Roosevelt and Queen Elizabeth stand nearby.
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Title: FDR Converses With King George At Union Station
From: Royal Visit, 1939
Creator: n/a
Date: June 1939
Format: Photograph
Source: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library
Control no.: NPX 56-131(164)
Keywords: Accessibility; Architecture; Assistive Technology; Cane; Eleanor Roosevelt; England; Franklin D. Roosevelt; Government; Hyde Park, NY; King George VI; Military; New York; Physical Disability; Politics; Queen Elizabeth; Railroads; Top Cottage; Transportation; Union Station; Washington, DC
Topics: n/a
Funding Support Provided By: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute

Objects From This Artifact:
- FDR Converses With King George At Union Station (still)
- FDR Drives With The Royal Couple (still)
- FDR Entertains The King And Queen At Top Cottage (still)
- FDR Sitting At A Table During The Royal Visit (still)
- Group At The Royal Picnic Lunch (still)
- Herbert Lehman, Jr., At Top Cottage (still)
- King George With Others On Top Cottage Porch (still)
- Standing At Union Station (still)
- View Of The Top Cottage Porch During The Royal Visit (still)