Wednesday, February 07, 2007

75th Anniversary Salute to FDR

"On July 2, 2007, the new Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago will present the 75th Anniversary Salute to FDR at the landmark Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University...

The program will also include actor Robert Vaughn portraying FDR and delivering his historic 1932 speech..."

Robert Vaughn might keep Robert Goulet away, if you saw the Superbowl XLI commercial, have some nuts...keep Robert Goulet away. The Goulets were of royalty that, like some "escaped" to America and they were involved in the early ironmongery in The Vly (valley village) between the ferry to Brooklyn and Wall and Water Gate that became Wall Street in Manhattan that I found in researching a part of the South Street Seaport Historic District. The Jarviks were there too later, the name of the doctor, inventor of the artificial heart.

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