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Michigan Society Of Architects Seeks To Discuss FDR, With Reply
It is our hope to include as a principal feature a rather complete discussion of Our Presidents as Architects, of which there have been two. First, at the beginning of the 19th century Thomas Jefferson did outstanding work, which could be treated in a most interesting way. Then, 138 years later we find our present Chief Executive turning his hand to architecture....
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Title: Michigan Society Of Architects Seeks To Discuss FDR, With Reply
Creator: Talmage C. Hughes (author)
Date: January 4, 1939
Format: Correspondence
Source: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library
Control no.: President's Personal File 3481
Keywords: Accessibility; Architecture; Detroit, MI; Diagnoses & Diseases; Franklin D. Roosevelt; Georgia; Government; Henry J. Toombs; Hyde Park, NY; Marguerite LeHand; Michigan; Michigan Society Of Architects; New York; Physical Disability; Thomas Jefferson; Top Cottage
Topics: Physical Environment
Funding Support Provided By: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute