6.5" x 8.5". Ink ownership signature on the reverse, else near fine condition. With the press description tipped on. The image depicts the President sitting at his desk, presumably in the Oval Office, receiving a gift of rare tuberculosis Christmas seals by a four memeber committee representing the National Tuberculosis Association. Roosevelt was a noted philatelist. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Press photograph of President Franklin ...
Publication Date: 1933
Book Description 1939. showing them both full length in profile, meeting for the first time, the Queen wears a long white day dress and small feathered hat, Mrs Roosevelt is on the President's right facing away from the camera, Colonel Edwin Watson, the President's aide, is on his left, 8½" x 6½", Washington Union Station, 8th June neatly laid down on card The press 'flimsy' on the back reads 'Owner of a very charming smile herself one that won millions of hearts in Canada - Queen Elizabeth of England seems smitten by the big, radiant grin of President Roosevelt . shortly after formal introductions had been performed .'. The visit by George VI and Queen Elizabeth to Canada and the United States, in May - June 1939, was of incalculable value in view of the approach of World War II. Most amusingly the person standing behind the Queen Mother appears to be pinching her behind!. Seller Inventory # 54349