Categories: Architecture, Blogging, Culture, Design, Election, Entertainment, fashion, Film, History, Hollywood, Los Angeles, Movies, Photography, Politics, Uncategorized • Tags: 1932, election, FDR, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, history, Hollywood, Hollywood Bowl, polio, politics, President, President Roosevelt, presidential campaign
Kudos to John Stewart – I saw this on his broadcast a couple of weeks ago and it’s still resonating. Especially since the last debate in which Romney portrayed himself as Obama-lite. And, you can all heave a sigh of relief, this is my last political post – at least until the next election cycle. – Totally unrelated – but this is a strike in which the film workers were locked out of the lot in 1937. The NRA banner […]
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Rosiland Wyman says she was born a Democrat, she was the youngest person ever elected to the city council and she has served as a delegate in every convention since 1952. Go Roz! Here she is in 1960 displaying her wardrobe for the convention – the year Kennedy was elected.
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Shirley Temple and Eddie Cantor cut President Roosevelt’s birthday cake: The President’s motorcade through downtown Los Angeles: The President addresses Los Angeles:
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