3 Oct 1924

United States
  • Franklin Roosevelt visited Warm Springs, Georgia, United States for the first time; the warm waters there were said to have healing powers. ww2dbase [Franklin Roosevelt | Warm Springs, Georgia | CPC]
26 Apr 1926

United States
1 Feb 1927

United States
  • Franklin Roosevelt founded the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation in the United States to further the research of poliomyelitis and for the care of poliomyelitis patients. ww2dbase [Franklin Roosevelt | Warm Springs, Georgia | CPC]
26 Nov 1941

United States
27 Nov 1941

United States
17 Dec 1944

United States
  • Franklin Roosevelt departed Warm Springs, Georgia, United States by train. He made a brief stop at Atlanta, Georgia to meet with Lucy Mercer Rutherfurd. ww2dbase [Franklin Roosevelt | Warm Springs, Georgia | CPC]
30 Mar 1945

United States
7 Apr 1945

United States
  • While at Warm Springs, Georgia, United States, Franklin Roosevelt had a brief telephone conversation with his wife Eleanor Roosevelt, who was at the family estate at Hyde Park, New York, United States. ww2dbase [Franklin Roosevelt | Warm Springs, Georgia | CPC]
12 Apr 1945

United States
  • Franklin Roosevelt passed away of cerebral hemorrhage after complaining of acute headache during a portrait painting session with artist Elizabeth Shoumatoff at Warm Springs, Georgia, United States. ww2dbase [Franklin Roosevelt | Warm Springs, Georgia | CPC]

Timeline Section Founder: Thomas Houlihan
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
Special Thanks: Rory Curtis




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