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Franklin D Roosevelt 1934

Little Muriel Morgan, 3, came all the way from the home in Michigan to represent the Home for Widows and Orphans maintained by the Veterans of Foreign Wars at Eaton Rapids, Mich., on, April 30, 1934 to present the first "Buddy Poppy" of the year to President Franklin Roosevelt, at the White House. James E. Van Zandt, commander-in-chief of the foreign war veterans, who accompanied her to Washington, is shown standing beside the president's desk. Muriel's father, Clyde A. Morgan, is a patient at the base hospital. The veterans of Battle Creek, Michigan use proceeds from this annual sale for relief work. (AP Photo)

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April 30, 1934 04:00:00 AM
April 29, 2008 02:35:58 AM
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Muriel Morgan, James Van Zandt
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Eaton Rapids, MICHIGAN, United States
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