National Affairs: Through Ears & Eyes

Forty-nine East 65th Street, Manhattan, is not a speakeasy. It is the home of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Yet last week an ignorant observer might easily have mistaken its identity as he watched people flock in to see the next President of the U. S. and then flock out again.

What Mr. Roosevelt told his many and assorted visitors—an "old dodo bird" of the Wilson era and two Pueblo Indians, an R. F. C. director and a Big Navy lobbyist, a Senator from Illinois and a Senator from France, a onetime Governor of Kansas and a...

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