Kirsten Carter Bold, Persistent Experimentation FDR delivered my favorite of his speeches in 1932, a month before accepting his first of four presidential nominations. He spoke to the graduating class of Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, setting forth an assertive challenge. The speech was a call to action: “The country needs and, unless I mistake its … Continue reading Staff Perspectives
Bob Clark Why should anyone care who works at the Roosevelt Library, you might ask? Well, it’s because we all view ourselves as just the most recent caretakers of the institution that FDR created and established. It was FDR’s dream that the Roosevelt Library would house the papers, records, and memorabilia of his life and … Continue reading Staff Perspectives
This is the first post for our new monthly feature on "Staff Perspectives." Every month we will be introducing you to a member of the staff here at the FDR Library and giving a look into who we are and what we do. Matt Hanson I first began working for the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential … Continue reading Staff Perspectives
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