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The 1932 Election
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The 1932 Election
A more detailed examination of this topic is planned for the future. In the meantime, this small archive is presented.
 
Herbert Hoover, Republican Nominee
Address Accepting the Republican Party Nomination by President Herbert Hoover (August 11, 1932)
sound Address Accepting the Republican Party Nomination by President Herbert Hoover (August 11, 1932)
Address at Madison Square Garden, NYC by President Herbert Hoover (October 31, 1932)
sound Address at Madison Square Garden, NYC by President Herbert Hoover (October 31, 1932)
"Roosevelt For President" Chamber Pot (anti-Roosevelt)
"Roosevelt For President" Chamber Pot (anti-Roosevelt) (2 views)
   
 
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Democratic Nominee
"Franklin Roosevelt For President" Walking Cane
"Franklin Roosevelt For President" Walking Cane (3 views)
Banner: "God Bless America; FDR, Our Next President
Banner: "God Bless America; FDR, Our Next President
Banner: "God Bless America; FDR, Our Next President
Banner: "God Bless America; FDR, Our Next President
Button: FDR For President
Button: FDR For President
Bottle Opener: FDR and the Donkey (symbol for the Democratic Party)
Bottle Opener: FDR and the Donkey (symbol for the Democratic Party)
"FDR, The Man of the Hour" Mantle Clock
"FDR, The Man of the Hour" Mantle Clock (3 views)
       
 
FDR's First Inauguration, March 4, 1933
Newspaper reporting FDR assassination attempt on February 13, 1933
Newspaper reporting FDR assassination attempt on February 13, 1933
1933 Inaugural Ticket
1933 Inaugural Ticket (2 views)
Photograph of Franklin D. Roosevelt's 1st Inauguration
Photograph of Franklin D. Roosevelt's 1st Inauguration: March 4, 1933
Photograph of Franklin D. Roosevelt's 1st Inauguration: March 4, 1933
Photograph of Franklin D. Roosevelt's 1st Inauguration: March 4, 1933
Photograph of Franklin D. Roosevelt's 1st Inauguration: March 4, 1933Photograph of Franklin D. Roosevelt's 1st Inauguration: March 4, 1933
Radio

sound 1st Inaugural Address by Franklin D. Roosevelt, March 4, 1933
FDR & Democrats Election win First Day Cover
FDR & Democrats Election win First Day Cover, Postmarked March 4, 1933, Washington, DC
FDR--A Stamp Collector For President First Day Cover
FDR--A Stamp Collector For President First Day Cover, Postmarked March 4, 1933, Washington, DC
Photograph: First Lady Eleonor Roosevelt wearing Inaugural Ball Gown, 1933
Photograph: First Lady Eleonor Roosevelt wearing Inaugural Ball Gown, 1933
 
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