THE PRESIDENCY: Roosevelt Week: Oct. 2, 1933

Lots of warm sunshine on a two-day trip down the Potomac aboard the Sequoia knocked out the last remnants of President Roosevelt's cold. As Sunday's sun sank the yacht put in at Washington Navy Yard. At 8 130 he was in his White House study as visitors began to arrive in answer to a special call. In trooped dandified little Secretary of the Treasury Woodin, suntanned Secretary of Agriculture Wallace, portly Attorney General Cummings. At their heels came Federal Reserve Governor Black, R. F. C. Chairman Jones, Currency Comptroller O'Connor, Budget Director...

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