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    Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr.: 1936 Harvard College Report Card. July 10, 1936. On a printed 8.5" x 11" form and completed in typescript. An amazing document pertaining to FDR and Eleanor's fifth born child (and the second of their children to bear the Jr. moniker). The report card was sent directly to FDR at the White House. Results indicate that the junior FDR was not an exceptional student, in fact rather average. It seems he typically earned "As" and "Bs" with a blemish here and there. An extraordinarily personal document. Slightly toned with a few tears along the left margin not affecting text. The document has been mounted to a larger backing sheet via adhesive top corner mounts, else it is in very good condition.

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    November, 2009
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