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PRESIDENT AT UNKNOWN SOLDIER'S TOMB. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WAS THE PRINCIPAL FIGURE AT THE ARMISTICE DAY CEREMONIES AT ARLINGTON CEMETERY AND THE TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER. IN THE BACKGROUND CAN BE SEEN MRS. ROOSEVELT; SECRETARY OF NAVY CLAUDE SWANSON; ACTING SECRETARY OF WAR HARRY WOODRING. TO THE RIGHT IS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT BETWEEN HIS NAVAL AIDE, CAPT. WILSON BROWN, AND HIS MILITARY AIDE, COL. WATSON

PRESIDENT AT UNKNOWN SOLDIER'S TOMB. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WAS THE PRINCIPAL FIGURE AT THE ARMISTICE DAY CEREMONIES AT ARLINGTON CEMETERY AND THE TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER. IN THE BACKGROUND CAN BE SEEN MRS. ROOSEVELT; SECRETARY OF NAVY CLAUDE SWANSON; ACTING SECRETARY OF WAR HARRY WOODRING. TO THE RIGHT IS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT BETWEEN HIS NAVAL AIDE, CAPT. WILSON BROWN, AND HIS MILITARY AIDE, COL. WATSON

 
 

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