Visiting New York City’s Presidents

S2 E32 Franklin Roosevelt and Warm Springs Visiting the Presidents

Our longest serving President had some wonderful estates to call home, each wonderfully preserved! Let's Visit Franklin Roosevelt and his homes in Warm Springs, Georgia, (the "Little White House"!) and Hyde Park, New York, as well as stops in Manhattan and Campobello Island! Learn about his political rise and struggles to overcome his illness; his elections and Presidency; his wife, Eleanor, and children; and his homes! Check out the website at VisitingthePresidents.com for visual aids, links, past episodes, recommended reading, and other information!Episode Page:Season 1’s Franklin Roosevelt Episode: "Franklin Roosevelt and Hyde Park" Support the show
  1. S2 E32 Franklin Roosevelt and Warm Springs
  2. BONUS! How I Spent My Summer…of Presidential Travels 2022 (Part 3)!
  3. S2 E31 Herbert Hoover and Palo Alto
  4. S2 E30 Calvin Coolidge and Northampton
  5. BONUS! How I Spent My Summer…of Presidential Travels 2022 (Part 2)!

Heading to the Big Apple, and want to Visit the Presidents?! Look no further! In this Episode, I tell you about the Presidents who were born, lived, died, and are buried here in New York City!

In collaboration with Ryan Purcell and The Gotham Center for New York City History.

With Ryan Purcell and Dr. Thomas Balcerski at Chester Arthur’s Birthplace!

Featured Visits!

Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace: 28 E 20th St, New York, NY.

Episode Page: “Theodore Roosevelt and Manhattan”

Donald Trump Birthplace: Jamaica Hospital, 8900 Van Wyck Expressway, New York, NY.

Episode Page: “Donald Trump and Queens”

Chester Arthur Home: 123 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY.

Episode Page: “Chester Arthur and Manhattan”

George Washington’s First NYC Home: 1 Cherry Street, New York, NY.

Episode Page: “George Washington and Mount Vernon”

Grant’s Tomb: W 122nd Street & Riverside Drive, New York, NY.

Episode Page: Coming in Season 3!

Other Sites Mentioned

John Adams & Thomas Jefferson’s Homes in New York City.

James Monroe’s Home (63 Prince Street) and First Grave (Marble Cemetery-52 E. 2nd Street).

Ulysses Grant Home (3 E. 66th Street).

Herbert Hoover’s Home at the Waldorf Astoria (301 Park Avenue).

Franklin Roosevelt Home (49 E. 65th Street).

John F. Kennedy’s Home (277 Park Avenue).

Richard Nixon’s Home (810 Fifth Avenue).

Barack Obama’s Home (142 W. 109th Street).

Donald Trump’s Home at Trump Tower (725 Fifth Avenue).

Visit The New York Presidents!

Click on the Dot to find the President and address!

Check Out:

Check Out: Daytonian in Manhattan blog for James Monroe, Ulysses Grant, and Chester Arthur and Bowery Boys History for George Washington and John Adams.

Grant’s Tomb: The Epic Death of Ulysses Grant and the Making of an American Pantheon by Louis Piccone.

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I'm a Professor of History at Central Arizona College and someone who loves history and travel; my new blog will combine those interests!

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