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January 14, 2007

'Roosevelt' station: Private collector's FDR enthusiasm makes for unique museum

WORCESTER - Mention FDR, and most people talk about the Great Depression, the New Deal and a leader who favored fedoras, fireside chats and a Scottish terrier named Fala.

But when Joseph Plaud talks about the longest-serving president, he comes up with enough material to fill a museum. Which is exactly what he's done.Read this article in full with a

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