Crossword Clues for ROOSEVELT

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Clue Source Date
Former US president's lot, ever so silly The Telegraph Cryptic 04 Jul 2022
Lose voter? Terrible for president The Guardian Cryptic 17 Jan 2022
US President, loser with vote collapsing The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Dec 2021
One of two US presidents The Guardian Quick 12 Oct 2021
President on a dime Premier Sunday 23 Aug 2020
Mount Rushmore surname USA Today 11 Jan 2019
Mount Rushmore surname
Old American boss regrets grassland rambling The Telegraph Toughie 23 Jun 2017
Only president to scale the Matterhorn New York Times 20 Feb 2017
Only president to scale the Matterhorn
US President during Second World War The Telegraph General Knowledge 04 Sep 2016
Williams in ''Night at the Museum'' Newsday 14 May 2016
President's jumpers first lady lost after vacation The Times Cryptic 07 Jan 2016
US president The Times Concise 19 Nov 2015
President's first lady left in sleeping-place The Telegraph Cryptic 16 Aug 2015
Chicago university founded in 1945
Chicago university founded in 1945
His was Delano
Franklin or Teddy
Campobello visitor
Island in the East River
Dime portrait
President born 1/30/1882 whose initials are the basis of 17-, 24-, 47- and 55-Across
President born 1/30/1882 whose initials are the basis of 17-, 24-, 47- and 55-Across
He got married on St. Patrick's Day in 1905
52-Across's representative in the 38-Across
56-Across figure
McKinley's successor
26th or 32nd president
Nobelist who proposed a League of Peace
10¢
Salt River dam
UN delegate Eleanor
McKinley's successor
#26 or #32
See 17 Across
Salt River dam
A "vote loser"? No!
President who named the U.N.
White House name.
Lake of Grand Coulee.
Ralph Bellamy role.
Losing Presidential candidate in 1912.
One of the "Three" at Yalta.
Campobello resident.
Football Giant, ___ Grier.
Governor of N.Y., 1899–1900.
Nobel peace prize winner, 1906.
One of New York's Representatives.
Mrs. Roosevelt's maiden name.
Democratic Representative from N. Y.
Ship which took Peary to the North Pole, 1908–09.
One of the Mount Rushmore sculptures.
Congressman from N. Y.
Jackie Robinson's middle name.
He led the Rough Riders, 1898.
New Congressman.
Our newest aircraft carrier.
U. S. brigadier general.
Assistant Sec'y U. S. Navy in World War I.
General, died in Normandy.
Chief executive.
Co-author of Atlantic charter.
Colonel in the Tunisian campaign.
Nominee for Vice President, 1920.
Co-signer of Atlantic Charter.
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