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FDR’s Disability – He contracted polio at age 39 which left him unable to walk or stand unassisted. He was a daily wheelchair user. He started the March of Dimes to fund a cure for polio. He frequented Warm Springs, GA for its therapeutic waters and helped pioneer rehabilitation practices.

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FDR MEMORIAL LEGACY COMMITTEE RECEIVES GRANT FROM HUMANITIESDC FOR ORAL HISTORIES
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A Message From the Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial Legacy Committee
A Message From the Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial Legacy Committee
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