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Wrong Arthur Prettyman?

Arthur S. Prettyman

Raleigh DeGeeer Amyx & Lillian Rogers Parks

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Franklin Roosevelt Photo | Franklin Roosevelt Christmas Gift

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In part, it reads, "The President was always making a fuss over Arthur Prettyman.
He kidded him about having a pretty face, just like his name. The President teased him about being a "lady killer". Arthur would reply, "one does not refute the Chief Executive, Mr. President." Further, the letter from Prettyman states, "When F.D.R. died in Warm Springs, Georgia (1945), it was my husband, Arthur, who helped carry him to his bed. They had so often been together. This great loss seemed to haunt Arthur until his death. Fortunately, Raleigh Degeer Amyx was well acquainted with the President's Valet and Mrs. Arthur Prettyman, and other close and upstairs White House staff members. And for the next 7 plus years Arthur Prettyman also served Truman as his Valet. his Valet, Arthur Prettyman. The Prettyman's (Pictured at left is Mrs. Arthur Prettyman holding the above FDR Ivory Handled At that Point, the Cane became the Property of the President's Valet, Arthur Prettyman. Mrs. Arthur Prettyman, Raleigh DeGeeer Amyx & Lillian Rogers Parks Mrs. Arthur Prettyman and Lillian Rogers Parks is Pictured at left with Raleigh DeGeer Amyx in 1983. This Elegant Fedora was Presented to Raleigh DeGeer Amyx by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Prettyman. Prettyman was a Valet to President Roosevelt throughout the 12 years of his Presidency and they grew to be Good Friends. Mrs. Arthur Prettyman Arthur Prettyman loved FDR. The President was always making a Fuss over him. He kidded Arthur about having a Pretty Face - just like his Name. Prettyman wore a Small, Neat Mustache and Roosevelt Teased his Valet about being a "Lady-Killer". My husband would reply... "One Does Not Refute the Chief Executive, Mr. President". When FDR Died on April 12, 1945; it was Arthur Prettyman and Dr. Bruenn that carried FDR left is Mrs. Arthur Prettyman in 1983; seated with FDR's Fedora, Resting on her Lap. All of the above Historic Items came from FDR's Valet, Arthur Prettyman with the Help of his Elegant Wife, Mildred Prettyman, (Pictured at right). Mrs Arthur Prettyman with FDR's Cane In 1988, Mable Williams Warmly Gifted this Original Piece of Art along with Impeccable Provenance to


Eleanor Roosevelt and Shirley Temple Framed Photo

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At that Moment in History, Isaac Esperancilla was, Along with Arthur Prettyman, the Valet to the President.


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