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Ellenstein, Meyer13 viewsApproximately 400 federal officials engaged in directing emergency activities in New Jersey, gave President Roosevelt a rousing welcome when he stopped off in Newark en route to New York to attend their semi-annual meeting at the Robert Treat Hotel. Left to right, Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Charles Edison (son of the late electrical wizard), State Director of the National Emergency Council, Mayor Ellenstein of Newark, President Roosevelt and Gus Gennerich, Secret Service Man.
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