: FDR, my exploited father-in-law
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A Reprint of the 1970
First Printing, December, 1982Second Printing, ApriL 1983
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, Col. Curtis B. Dall writes from close personal experience concerningthe famous four-time President, his family, political associates, and some of the momentous events whichstill strongly influence world history.A native of New York City, Col. Dall attended Mercersburg Academy and Princeton University. He was anensign in naval aviation during World War 1, and served overseas.His wide investment experience began on Wall Street in
He rose to become syndicate manager of Lehman Brothers, and later was named a partner in the firm now known as Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner &Smith. He also founded and initially headed the natural gas complex now called Tenneco, and engaged inexploration for oil and natural gas in Texas.During World War II he served in the Air Force, and now holds the rank of colonel in the Retired Air ForceReserve. His overall military service covers 13V2 years.In
Col. Dall became active in national politics in Texas as a conservative. From
he wasnational chairman of the Constitution Party of the U.S.Today Col. Dall is Chairman Emeritus of Liberty Lobby in Washington D.C. It is often called the people'slobby, being the largest independent political action group in this country. He has always been in frequentdemand as a speaker on patriotic and political issues throughout the nation, and has often appeared on radio andtelevision programs. He resides in Alexandria, Virginia with his wife Katherine.
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5FDR: My Exploited Father-in-Law© 1968 by Curtis B. DallThis 1982 paperback edition published with permission of the author by:Institute for Historical Review P.O. Box 1306 Torrance, CA 90505ISBN: 0-93948-03-X Library of Congress Catalog Card No. 68-2835All rights reserved. No portion of this book may be reproduced in any form without written permission fromthe author, except by a reviewer who may quote brief passages in connection with a review.Manufactured in the United States of AmericaCover photo courtesy of the New York Times: The Roosevelt family at the Executive Mansion, Albany, NY,for Christmas holidays, 1929.Left to right, front row: Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. and his brother John. Behind seated: Mrs. Curtis B. Dall,Anna Eleanor Dall, Mrs. Roosevelt, Governor Roosevelt, Mrs. D.D. Forbes (the Governor's aunt), and Mrs.James Roosevelt (the Governor's Mother).Standing: Curtis B. Dall and James Roosevelt.