Inaugural Address of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, designed as a calligraphic portrait by Claude E. Halbert of Kansas City, Missouri in 1933.
Full lithograph measures 12″ x 16″, previously folded along center line. Dampstain to verso, with faint transference to front. Includes the full inaugural speech in calligraphic writing forming a portrait of President Franklin Roosevelt in the center. Printed in black and light green. A scarce piece, with only one copy found in OCLC.
Claude E. Halbert produced similar calligraphic portraits, including George Washington with the Declaration of Independence and Abraham Lincoln and his second inaugural address.