Author Archives: Gary M. Stamm

About Gary M. Stamm

I am an actor and presenter who gives programs and presentation as Franklin D. Roosevelt.

An Emotional Pilgrimage

I was finally able to visit two spots that have been on my “wish list” for years. A triangular trip took us to both Campobello Island and Warm Spring, Georgia–two of FDR’s favorite locations. The summer cabin at Campobello (just … Continue reading

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A Fabulous Fourth

What a glorious way to spend our nation’s birthday.  “President Roosevelt” enjoyed a three day stay in “Nebraska’s Fourth of July City” — Seward, Nebraska.  Sharing the stage with Winston Churchill (portrayed by the enormously talented Ted Kachel) was a … Continue reading

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“A Fireside Chat”

I am very happy and proud to announce my newest and most unique FDR Lives presentation.  On February 15, 2019 I premiered the two-act, one man show “A Fireside Chat.”  The sell-out audience at the Schauer Center for the Arts in … Continue reading

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Semper Paratus

What a wonderful greeting President Roosevelt received from the men and women of District 15 of the Coast Guard Auxiliary.  Our 32nd President delivered the keynote address at their Change of Watch and talked about his love of, affection for … Continue reading

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Freedoms Shared

What a great experience I had this past week sharing background on The Four Freedoms with middle schoolers who attended Camp History at the DiMenna Children’s Museum, which is part of the New York Historical Society. The camp ran two, … Continue reading

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WWII Revisited

The weeks surrounding Memorial day were very busy for our 32nd POTUS.  A WWII encampment, a visit to a wonderful museum and an air show were all on the agenda. The Museum of American Armor at Bethpage on Long Island, … Continue reading

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Cousins Reunite

It has finally come to fruition.  “The Roosevelts:  A Conversation with the Rough Rider and the New Dealer” has come to life.  The talented Adam Lindquist and I premiered our TR and FDR show to a corporate audience in Rochester, … Continue reading

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