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“Eleanor Roosevelt, Jonas Salk, and Basil O’Connor at The Infantile Paralysis Hall of Fame in Warm Springs, Georgia, 01/02/1958”

Eleanor_Roosevelt,_Jonas_Salk,_and_Basil_O'Connor_at_The_Infantile_Paralysis_Hall_of_Fame_in_Warm_Springs,_Georgia.gif Bust of Franklin D. Roosevelt at top of photo.

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Jonas Salk receiving a Gold Medal from President Eisenhower (January

39th Presidential Inauguration 1941 Roosevelt

Presidential Inauguration, Presidential History, Franklin Roosevelt

A young Theodore Roosevelt, ca.1875  Nice sideburns...

Theodore Roosevelt, September 1875

Apparently there used to be a rule that to be President you had to be hot. This is a young Teddy Roosevelt folks. ooooh that's why they named the Teddy Bear after him.

Mark this down as something you’ll never see today. The President is just walking out of the White House grounds … alone. Let’s be honest, any guy that takes a bullet in his chest and STILL gives a speech can kick anyone’s ass. He casually strolls south onto what appears to be E St. Here’s another photo of the 26th President of the United States. It was taken in 1885, ironically, in New York City. The one below is probably the most iconic image of Teddy. This is his official White House ...

Teddy Roosevelt Outside the White House [VIDEO

Mark this down as something you'll never see today. The President is just walking out of the White H

Teddy Roosevelt's inauguration (1905)

President Theodore Roosevelt’s Inaugural Ceremony (1905

President Theodore Roosevelt’s Inaugural Ceremony - Ghosts of DC

Approximately one year later on March 21, 1911, a fire broke out at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York City at 4:45 pm. Description from readitorweep.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Striking shirtwaist makers were seeking better pay, a shorter workweek, four paid holidays, employer-furnished supplies, etc

Jonas Salk pushing Eugenics...direct link.  Featuring: sustainability, future world, polio vaccine, destiny, nature, survival and life & purpose.

OpenMind - Interview with Dr. Jonas Salk Interview celebrates anniversary of the vaccine. Salk died in Good for philosophy/ethics classes at college level, science AP students, along with history AP.

February 24, 1954: The first mass vaccination of children began in Pittsburgh. [WQED]   Photo: Jonas Salk and a nurse administer vaccine, c. 1955.  So we would not get polio!

February The first mass vaccination of children began in Pittsburgh. [WQED] Photo: Jonas Salk and a nurse administer vaccine, c. So we would not get polio! I was born later than year.

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