THE Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR) COLLECTION: Part 3 of 9

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Gurza, Jaime. Logic, Roosevelt and the American people. Mexico: Editorial "Cultura," 1935. 126p. Halter T195
Haber, Paul. The house of Roosevelt. Rev. ed. Brooklyn: The Author's Publishing Company, 1936. 123p. [see Halter T196]
Haberman, Frederick. Save the wheat! An appeal to our President and the American people. St. Petersburg, Florida: The Kingdom Press, n.d. unpaged.
Hall, Donald, ed. The Harvard Advocate anthology. New York: Twayne, 1950. 327p.
Hallgren, Mauritz A. The gay reformer, profits before plenty under Franklin D. Roosevelt. New York: Knopf, 1935. 328, xiv p. Halter 197
Halter. Collecting First Editions of Roosevelt, 1949, privately printed.
Hamlin Fred. Land of liberty, being an informal history of the common people and their heroes. New York: Crowell, 1947. 354p. Bibliography: p.336-341.
Hammer Galleries. Exhibition and sale of the collection of the late President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, November 12 to December 3, 1951. New York: Hammer Galleries, 1951. 47p. port. Catalog of 1503 items. 5 copies.
Hannah, Dick. Tarawa, the toughest battle in Marine Corps history. n.p.: U.S. Camera, 1944. 126p., illus.
Harmer, H.R. Inc. Catalogues and list of prices realized of the "President Franklin D. Roosevelt" collection. Sold at auction by order of the executors and trustees of the estate of Franklin D. Roosevelt on February 4,5, April 1,2, 1946. New York: Harmer, 1946. 95, 80p.
Harris, Leon A. The fine art of political wit: being a lively guide to the artistic invective, elegant epithet,… New York: Bell Publishing Company, 1964.
Harris, Seymour E., ed. Saving American capitalism, a liberal economic program; edited with introductions by Seymour E. Harris. New York: Knopf, 1948. 373, vi p.
Harrity, Richard. Eleanor Roosevelt; her life in pictures. New York: Duell, Sloan, Pearce, 1958. 212 [43]p., illus.
Harrity, Richard. The human side of F.D.R. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1960. 244p., illus.
Harvard Class of 1904. Thirty-fifth anniversary report, June, 1939, eight report. Norwood, Mass.: privately printed for the class by Plimpton Press, 1939. 152p. Halter T203.
Harvard University. Notes on the Harvard tercentenary. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1936. 99p. Halter T204.
Hassett, William D. Off the record with F.D.R., 1942-1945; with an introduction by Jonathan Daniels. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1958. xviii, 366p., maps, photos; 24 cm.
Hatch, Alden P. Citizen of the world, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and informal biography. London: Skeffington and Son Ltd., 1948. 320p., illus. [see note Halter T205]
Hatch, Alden. Franklin D. Roosevelt, an informal biography. New York: Holt, 1947. 413p., illus. Halter T205
Hatch, Alden. General Ike, a biography of Dwight D. Eisenhower. Revised and enlarged edition. An excerpt. New York: Henry Holt, 1952. unpaged. Distributed by "Florida for Eisenhower."
Hazelzet, Kees. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, de aristocrat, die vocht voor den kleinen man. Wageningen, Zomer & Keuning, 1946. 61p., illus.
Heifetz, Vladimir. The President's message, for soli, mixed voices and piano (or orchestra). Vocal score. At head of title "Transcontinental Choral Library No. 104." New York: Transcontinental Music Corporation, 1942. 22p., music. Halter T206
Heinberg, Aage. To statsmaend, Amerika gennem 50 aar. Kobenhavn: Erichsen, 1946. 236p., illus.
Helm, Edith Benham. The captains and the kings; with a foreword by Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt. New York: Putnam, 1954. 307p., illus.
Henry, Laurin L. Presidential transitions. Washington D.C.: The Brookings Institution, 1960.
Hickok, Lorena A. The story of Franklin D. Roosevelt; illustrated by Leonard Vosburgh. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1956. 177p., illus.
High, Stanley. Roosevelt-and then? New York: Harper, 1937. 326p. Halter T208
Hillman, William. Mr. President; the first publication from the personal diaries, private letters, papers and revealing interviews of Harry S. Truman, thirty-second president of the United States of America; pictures by Alfred Wagg. New York: Farrar, Straus and Young, 1952. 253p., illus.
Hitchens, Harold L. comp. and ed. Dec. 7th, 1941. America goes to war. Chicago: Columbia Educational Books, 1941. 128p., illus. Halter T211.
Hitchens, Harold Lee, ed. America goes to war, special edition. Chicago: Columbia Educational Books, 1942. 192 [63]p. At head of title "The American Theatre Wing War Service, inc." Halter T212
Hitler, Adolf. Der fuhrer antwortet Roosevelt, Reichstagsrede vom 28. April 1939. Munchen: Zentralverlag der NSDAP, 1939. 62p.
Hitler, Adolf. Speech delivered in the Reichstag, April 28th, 1939. Berlin: Muller, n,d, 62p.
Hoffman, Clare E. Communism breaks in America, as prophesied by President Roosevelt. Speech of Clare E. Hoffman of Michigan in the House of Representatives, Tuesday, June 15, 1937. (Not printed at Government expense). Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1937. 15p. Halter T213
Hofstadter, Richard. The American political tradition and the men who made it, 1st ed. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1948. 378, xviii p.
Hofstadter, Richard. The American political tradition, and the men who made it. New York: Knopf, 1948. 378, xiii p.
Hoover, Herbert. American ideals versus the New Deal. New York: Scribner, n.d. 78p.
Hoover, Herbert. The challenge to liberty. New York: Scribner, 1934. 212p.
Hoover, Herbert. The memoirs of Herbert Hoover: years of adventure 1874-1920. New York: Macmillan Company, 1951. v. 1
Hoover, Herbert. The memoirs of Herbert Hoover. New York: Macmillan, 1952. 2v. Contents.-v.2 1920-1933, The cabinet and the presidency.- v.3 1929-1941., The great depression.
Hoover, Irwin Hood. Forty-two years in the White House. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1934. 332p., illus.
Hopkins, Harry L. Spending to save: the complete story of relief, 1st ed. New York: W.W. Norton, 1936. 197p. ; 19cm. Signed by author.
Hughes, T.W. Forty years of Roosevelt. Chicago: T.W. Hughes, 1944. 47p. 2 copies. Halter T216
Hull, Cordell. The memoirs of Cordell Hull, 1st printing. New York: Macmillan, 1948. 2 v. boxed.
Hull, Cordell. The memoirs of Cordell Hull. New York: Macmillan, 1948. 2v., illus. Halter T218
Hurd, Charles. Washington cavalcade. New York: Dutton, 1948. 320p., illus. (Society in America Series)
Hurd, Charles. When the New Deal was young and gay; Forward by James A. Farley. New York: Hawthorn Books Inc., 1965. 288p., illus.
Hurd, Charles. The White House, a biography; the story of the house, its occupants, its place in American history. New York: Harper, 1940. 339p., illus.
Husband, Joseph. On the coast of France, the story of the United States naval forces in French waters; with "preface" by Franklin D. Roosevelt. Chicago: A.C. McClurg, 1919. 127p., illus. Halter T219
Husted, William H. Bott, the story of a schoolmaster. New York: Coward-McCann, 1936. 307p., illus. Halter T220
Hyde Park Historical Association. The Hyde Park Historian. March 1950, number 4. Hyde Park: the Association, 1950. 2p.
Hyde Park Industries. Hyde Park. Hyde Park: Hyde Park Industries, 1946. unpaged. illus. Halter T221
Ickes, Harold L. America's House of Lords, an inquiry into the freedom of the press. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1939. 214p.
Ickes, Harold L. Back to work, the story of PWA. New York: Macmillan, 1935. 276p., illus.
Ickes, Harold L. The new Democracy. New York: Norton, 1934. 156p. Signed on fly leaf by the author. Presentation copy with inscription from Frank H. Orr to James Linn Beege, Dec. 24, 1934.
Ickes, Harold L. The secret diary of Harold L. Ickes. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1953-54. 3 v. Contents.-v.1 The first thousand days.-v.2 The inside struggle.-v.3 The lowering clouds. laid in v. 3 a reader's guide.
Immel, Elmond C. That man-Franklin Delano Roosevelt. New York: William-Frederick Press, 1945. 16p. (The William-Frederick Poets, no. 17) Halter T222
Independent Voters of Illinois. 10th Anniversary-Roosevelt Day celebration, Wednesday, February 10, 1954. Terrace Casino, Morrison Hotel, Chicago. Chicago: 1954. 68p.
Instead of a Christmas carol, including the text of President Roosevelt's United Flag Day address. Berkeley Heights, N.J: published and printed privately by the Oriole Press, 1942. 16p. "Edition limited to one-hundred-and-sixty copies; none for sale."
Isley, Bliss. The Presidents, men of faith. Boston: W.A. Wilde Company, 1953. 284p., illus.
Israel, Fred L. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1985. 112p., illus. (World Leaders Past & Present)
Jackson, Robert H. A presidential legal opinion. Cambridge, Mass.: The Harvard Law Review, 1953. pp. 1353-1361. Reprinted from Harvard Law Review, Volume 66, Number 8, June, 1953.
Jackson, Robert H. The struggle for judicial supremacy: a study of a crisis in American power politics, 1st ed. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1941. xx, 3, 361, iv p. ; 22cm
Jacoby, Robert L. compiled. Calendar of the speeches and other published statements of Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1910-1920. The Franklin D. Roosevelt Library. Hyde Park, N.Y.: the Library, 1952. 160p.
Janeway, Eliot. The struggle for survival; a chronicle of economic mobilization in World War II. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1951. 383p. front. (The Chronicles of America Series, no. 53)
Japanese Chamber of Commerce of New York. The Sino-Japanese Crisis, 1937. New York: Japanese Chamber of Commerce of New York, 1937. 59p.
Jeffries, John W. Testing the Roosevelt coalition. Conneticut society and politics in the era of World War II. Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press, 1979. 312p. (Twentieth- Century America Series)
Jewett, W.N. The crucifixion of Democracy. Cynthiana, Ky.: Hobson Book Press, 1944. 96p. Halter T225
Johnson, Alvin Page. Franklin D. Roosevelt's colonial ancestors; their part in the making of American history. Boston: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1933. 222p. port. Halter T226
Johnson, Frank Woodruff. The octopus. Omaha, Nebraska: the Author, 1940. 256p., illus.
Johnson, Gerald W. American heroes and hero-worship. New York: Harper, 1941. 284p.
Johnson, Gerald W. Incredible tale: the odyssey of the average American in the last half century, 1st ed. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1950. 301p. Inscribed by author.
Johnson, Gerald W. Roosevelt: dictator or democrat? New York: Harper, 1941. 303p. Halter T228
Johnson, Gerald W. Roosevelt: dictator or democrat?, 1st ed. New York: Harper &Brothers, 1941. 303p.; 22cm. Signed by author. Halter T228
Johnson, Hugh S. The blue eagle from egg to earth, 1st ed. Garden City, New York: Doubleday- Doran, 1935. 459p., illus.
Johnson, Hugh S. The Blue Eagle from egg to earth. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday-Doran, 1935. 459p., illus.
Jones, J. Edward. "And so-they indicted me!" New York: J.Edward Jones Publishing Corporation, 1938. 253p. Presentation copy from the author: "For-My good friend Mr. W. Seymour Lacy, with regards and best wishes always. J. Edward Jones. 6/10 '38."
Jones, J. Edward. "And so-they indicted me!" New York, J. Edward Jones Publishing Corporation, 1938. 253p. Copy 2. With TLs from Jones to Charles Lilly Horn dated 12 July 1938 inserted.
Jones, Jesse H. Fifty billion dollars; my thirteen years with the RFC (1932-1945). New York: Macmillan, 1951. 631p., illus.
Josephson, Emanuel M. The strange death of Franklin D. Roosevelt: history of the Roosevelt-Delano dynasty, America's royal family, 1st ed. New York: Chedney, 1948. 333p., illus. DJ
Josephson, Emanuel M. The strange death of Franklin D. Roosevelt; history of the Roosevelt-Delano dynasty, America's royal family. New York: Chedney Press, 1948. 333p. Advance review issue Halter T229
Josephson, Emanuel M. The strange death of Franklin D. Roosevelt; history of the Roosevelt-Delano dynasty, America's royal family. New York: Chedney press, 1948. 333p. Halter T230
Josephson, Emanuel M. The strange death of Franklin D. Roosevelt; a history of the Roosevelt-Delano dynasty, America's royal family. New York: Chedney, 1948. pp. 289-320. Promotional booklet of an excerpt from the book labeled as "uncorrected proof of" before the title [see Halter 229-230] 3 copies.
Kamp, Joseph P. The fifth column in Washington! New Haven: Constitutional Educational League, Inc., 1940. 33p.
Kamp, Joseph P. The hell with G.I. Joe! Bureaucratic regimentation vs. constitutional government, by Joseph P. Kamp with the views of W. Lee O'Daniel, Paul McNutt, Albert Jay Nock, Francis Biddle, John Edgar Hoover. New York: Constitutional Educational League, Inc. n.d. 13p.
Katz, Lee. The pictorial life of Franklin Delano Roosevelt "Protector of world freedom." New York: Virson Company, 1945. unpaged, illus. Halter T234
Kennedy, Joseph P. I'm for Roosevelt. New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1936. 149p. Halter T237
Kennedy, Joseph P. I'm for Roosevelt. New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1936. 149p. [see Halter T237] 2 copies; paperback edition, fifth printing.
Kershner, Howard Eldred. The menace of Roosevelt and his policies. New York: Greenberg, 1936. 132p. Halter T238
Kierman, R.H. President Roosevelt. London: Harrap, 1948. 240p., illus. Halter T239
Kilpatrick, Carroll. Roosevelt and Daniels, a friendship in politics; edited with an introduction by Carroll Kilpatrick. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1952. 226p.
King, Judson. Power records of Hoover and Roosevelt, a non-partisan analysis for the information of voters. Washington D.C.: National Popular Government League, 1932. 22p. Promotional literature for the League inserted. Halter T240
King, W.L. Mackenzie. The Hyde Park declaration. Cooperation in economic defense, statement by Right Hon. W.L. Mackenzie King, House of Commons, April 28, 1941. Ottawa: Cloutier, 1941. 15p. Halter T241
Kingdon, Frank. Architects of the Republic: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Franklin D. Roosevelt. New York: Alliance Publishing Co., 1947. 284p. Halter T243
Kingdon, Frank. As FDR said, a treasury of his speeches, conversations and writings. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1950. 256p. 2 copies; 1 copy signed by author on title page.
Kingdon, Frank. "That man" in the White House, you and your President, with a message by Rex Stout. New York: Arco, 1944. 182p., illus. Halter T242
Kingdon, Frank. "That man" in the White House, you and your President, with a message by Rex Stout. New York: Arco, 1944. 77p., illus. Seventh printing. [see note Halter T242]
Kinnaird, Clark, ed. It happened in 1945. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1946. 464p., illus.
Kinnaird, Clark, ed. The real F.D.R.; an intimate close-up in pictures and anecdotes, with a factual record of his life and works. With an introduction by Philip S. Foner. New York: Citadel Press, 1945. 122p., illus. Halter T244
Kirsh, Benjamin S. The National Industrial Recovery Act, an analysis. New York: Central Book Company, 1933. 156p.
Kiwanis International. Proceedings, Twentieth annual convention of Kiwanis International, Washington D.C., June 21-25, 1936. Chicago: McGraw-Hill, 1936. 466p., port. Halter T244a
Kleeman, Rita Halle. Gracious Lady, the life of Sara Delano Roosevelt. New York: Appleton-Century, 1935. 333p., illus. Halter T245
Kleeman, Rita Halle. Gracious lady: the life of Sara Delano Roosevelt. New York: Appleton-Century, 1935. xvi [2] 333p. : il. ; 21cm. Signed by author.
Kleeman, Rita Halle. Young Franklin Roosevelt; illustrated by Lawrence Dresser. New York: Messner, 1946. 191p. illus. Halter T246
Kleiman, Max. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the tribute of the synagogue, with a forward by the Rev. Dr. Stephen S. Wise. New York: Bloch, 1946. 256p., port. Halter T247
Klimas, Petras. Ghillebert de Lannoy in medieval Lithuania; voyages and embassies of an ancestor of one of America's great presidents, an introduction by Constantine R. Jurgela. New York: Lithuanian American Information Center, 1945. 96p., illus. Halter T248
Knapp, Sally. Eleanor Roosevelt: a biography. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1949. 185p.; 21cm. Signed by author.
Know your presidents: from George Washington to Franklin D. Roosevelt. New York: Perks-Bagg, 1940.
Knowles, Archibald Campbell. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the great liberal. Burlington, N.J.: Enterprise Publishing Co., 1936. 64p. Halter T249
Knowles, Archibald Campbell. "A rendezvous with destiny." Philadelphia: David McKay, 1946. 96p., front. Halter T250
Knox, Frank. Trustworthiness in public office, address by Col. Frank Knox, delivered at Saint Paul, Minn. before the Minnesota Newspaper Publishers, Oct. 25, 1935. n.p. n.d. 18p., port.
Knox, Frank. "We planned it that way." New York: Longmans- Green, 1938. 82p. Halter T254
Koenig, Louis W. The invisible presidency. New York: Rinehart, 1960. 438p.; 23cm.
Koenig, Louis William. The presidency and the crisis, powers of the office from the invasion of Poland to Pearl Harbor. New York: King's Crown Press, 1944. 166p. Halter T255. 2 copies. One copy is Ann Arbor, Mich., Edwards Brothers, 1945.
Kohn, David. In memoriam, spiritual ascension of our beloved President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Los Angeles: Curio Book Shop, n.d. [1945] unpaged. Halter T256
Kohn, David. In memoriam, spiritual ascension of our beloved President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Los Angeles: A Temple of Literary Devotion Publication, 1945. 8p. [see note Halter T256- 2nd edition]
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