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.The Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park was dedicated on October 17, 2012. Designed by Louis I. Kahn, the park was built as an enduring tribute to the life and work of President Roosevelt. For more information on the park, please visit:

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FDR Library Supervisory Archivist Bob Clark visited the construction site of the FDR Four Freedoms Park on June 14th and brought back these photos.

The Park, located on the southern tip of Roosevelt Island in the East River, will be an open air park lined with trees and granite markers commemorating important events in the Roosevelt Administration.

It will culminate in a massive granite “Room” providing the most spectacular views of the United Nations building—a real tribute to one of FDR’s most important international legacies.

For more information on the FDR Four Freedoms Park, go to

And you can find information on the Four Freedoms Speech, which celebrated its 70th anniversary this year, by going to the Library’s website:

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Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Worship, Freedom from Want, and Freedom from Fear.

Today is the 70th Anniversary of FDR’s Four Freedoms Speech. Check out this great web feature on our website about this speech.

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