THE PRESIDENCY: Summer Schedule

The White House made known last week Franklin Roosevelt's summer plans, a tentative schedule providing a mixture of politics and ceremony, family and fun. Next week he will attend the wedding of his son John at Nahant, Mass., then successively help celebrate the 300th anniversary of the first landing of Swedes in America, at Wilmington, Del.; lay the cornerstone of the Federal building at the New York World's Fair; visit Gettysburg for the Battle's 75th anniversary; go to Marietta, Ohio for the 150th anniversary of the opening of the Northwest Territory; go...

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