Author Archives: Gary M. Stamm

About Gary M. Stamm

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

My Home on the Hudson River

FDR was quoted as saying, “All that is within me cries out to go back to my home on the Hudson River.”  When you visit the Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site it is easy to see why … Continue reading

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A Family Reunion

I’m very excited to announce that a new production is just around the corner and it will bring two of our countries most dynamic Presidents to the same stage.  “The Roosevelts:  A Conversation with the Rough Rider and the New … Continue reading

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Commander in Chief

It was a thrill to serve as Commander in Chief the weekend of May 20-21 at the World War II Encampment presented by the Museum of American Armor at Old Bethpage, Long Island New York.  The Museum and its incredible … Continue reading

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Torchlight Parade

Every four years the NPS personnel at the Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site in Hyde Park, New York recreate the Torchlight Parade that took place on election night. On the four occasions when FDR ran for President … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday NPS

On August 25 I once again was able to visit with my friends at the Saratoga National Historical Park.  On this third visit there I helped celebrate the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service.  On August 25, 1916 President … Continue reading

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Presidents All

What a great event I was able to be part of on July 16 and 17.  The Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park celebrated its centennial that weekend.  Their goal was to have all the U.S. Presidents attend who had … Continue reading

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Wilderness Wildlife Week

On May 18, 2016 I had the honor of serving as the Keynote Speaker for the 26th annual Wilderness Wildlife Week in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.  This week-long event celebrates activities and displays of the nearby Smoky Mountains.  On August 25, … Continue reading

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