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Memorandum For Henry J. Toombs On Listing FDR AS Architect
By the way, did Thomas Jefferson have a license when he drew the sketches for Monticello, the University of Virginia and a number of other satisfactory architectural productions?...
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Title: Memorandum For Henry J. Toombs On Listing FDR AS Architect
Creator: M.A. LeHand (author)
Date: November 17, 1938
Format: Correspondence
Source: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library
Control no.: President's Personal File 119
Keywords: Accessibility; Architecture; Communication; Correspondence; Diagnoses & Diseases; Franklin D. Roosevelt; Government; Henry J. Toombs; Hyde Park, NY; Monticello, VA; New York; Physical Disability; Thomas Jefferson; Top Cottage; University Of Virginia
Topics: Physical Environment
Funding Support Provided By: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute