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May 15, 1937. "Mrs. Roosevelt feeds 'Queenie," official mascot of the Democratic Party, a lump of sugar at the luncheon and garden party given by the Woman's National Democratic Club at Woodlawn, home of the Secretary of War and Mrs. Harry N. Woodring near Mount Vernon. Queenie was a presented by an admirer to Postmaster General Farley last winter." 4x5 inch glass negative. View full size.