Home movies of President Franklin Roosevelt and his family, shot at Yellowstone Park and the Bonneville Dam in Oregon in September 1937, and aboard the USS Houston reviewing the fleet in San Francisco in July 1938.

From the FDR Presidential Library via Internet Archive

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    Top right picture proves what we have believed for so many years… FDR COULD WALK! Big win for all of us FDR truthers.
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    This is exceptionally pleasing! FDR was such an inspirational President. I must read more about him this summer.
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