President Franklin Roosevelt delivers an address in Balboa Stadium, San Diego, 1935
- President Franklin Roosevelt delivers an address in Balboa Stadium, San Diego, 1935
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- [circa October 2, 1935]
- Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
At center, President Franklin D. Roosevelt stands at a podium while delivering a speech in Balboa Stadium. The front rail of a stage stretches across the foreground on an angle back from right to left. A banner hangs down from it at left. Behind the rail, President Roosevelt stands at center, facing left. He looks down as he places his hands onto the podium in front of him. Flowers adorn the stage along the right edge and the American flag stands behind and to the left of the President. Balboa Stadium's crowd is visible in the background at left.
Related to the article, “PRESIDENT VOWS HE'LL SHUN WAR: Promise Given on Neutrality Individual Effort, He Says Must Follow Gains Made Under New Deal NEUTRALITY REAFFIRMED Roosevelt Vows to Shun War New Deal Foes Challenged With Statistics in His San Diego Talk,” Los Angeles Times, 3 Oct. 1935: 1
For additional photographs of President Franklin Roosevelt’s visit to Southern California in October, 1935, see images with Photo IDs uclamss_1429_13329 through uclamss_1429_13342
- 1 photograph
- b&w nitrate negative
cellulose nitrate film
Public speaking--California--San Diego
Visits of state--American--California--San Diego
Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945
Balboa Stadium (San Diego, Calif.)
- San Diego (Calif.)
- Resource type
- still image
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