Bandleader Graham Jackson, President Roosevelt's favorite entertainer signed document
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Bandleader Graham Jackson, the official pianist for President Franklin Roosevelt, signed document. Jackson was Roosevelts favorite entertainer and often played for FDR. Warm Springs, the day Roosevelt died at his little White House; he became a National symbol as he wept while playing for those who watched his body pass by. 1972 signed document, framed along with 1983 Atlanta Journal headlines of Jacksons death.
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