President Franklin Roosevelt Signing GI Bill of Rights
(Original Caption) President Franklin Roosevelt today signed the G.I.Bill of Rights, which provides broad benefits for veterans of World War II. The ceremony was witnessed by members of the Senate and House and members of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars. L to right, front row in rear of President: Senator Bennett Champ Clark of MO; Congressman J. Hardin Peterson of FL; Congressman John Rankin of MS; and Edith Nourse Rogers of MA. Leaning back over the President: Senator Walter F.George of GA. In back of Mrs.Rogers: Senator Robert F. Wagner of NY, and Senator Alben Barkley of KY.
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