They turned out fine, so will you. (Not that you’re going to fail. I REPEAT, YOU ARE NOT GOING TO FAIL.)
I want to braid circle with this kid so bad right now.
A. Philip Randolph led the planning for a March on Washington that was slated to take place on July 1, 1941. When President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed an executive order banning military contractors from discriminating on the basis of “race, creed, color, or national origin,” Randolph called off the march — but the power of a black march on Washington was now a reality.
The rare footage of FDR in his wheelchair, depicts a disability he tried to keep hidden from the public.
Monopoly actually played a very important role during the war.
Check out the 72-year-old former first lady’s gun permit.
Sure, we all remember Socks and Barney, and of course there is Bo, but Fala is the greatest presidential pet of all time.
Franklin Roosevelt Jr. was quite the looker during his college years. Thanks to the Boston Public Library for publishing these photos.
In this redband trailer, FDR rides a “wheelchair of death” to stop the world from werewolves who carry the polio virus, including werewolf versions of Hitler, Mussolini, and Emperor Hirohito. I had no idea FDR had such a dirty mouth.