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Springwood - Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt at Hyde Park
Hudson Valley

FDR was born on this site in 1882. The house, which was originally a clapboard structure, was remodeled in 1916 with the addition of two wings and a portico. It was FDR's principle residence.

Copyright: Dennis Orzo
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