Governor Franklin Roosevelt made a member of the Fraternal Order of Red Men. The order was inspired by the Indian costumes worn by the patriots at the Boston Tea Party. Jan. 1930. L-R: Judge Harry Cathriell, national head of the Red Men, Gilbert Orrin Townsend, Gov. Roosevelt, Guernsey Cross, Governor's secretary, and Louis Butler.
Credit: Everett Collection
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