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FDR Informal Extemporaneous Remarks, Warm Springs, Nov. 18, 1933


Extemporaneous Remarks at Warm Springs, Georgia
November 18, 1933

Roosevelt spoke earlier in the day at the celebration of Georgia’s bicentennial in Savannah, then took a train to Warm Springs, with brief stopovers in Fitzgerald and Cordele. Upon arrival at Warm Springs, he gave the following remarks:

“May I thank you all. I don’t have to say that it comes from the bottom of my heart, because you know that it does. I am awfully glad to be back home again with my neighbors in Meriwether County and Warm Springs.”

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