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Franklyn C. St. John, 17, of Poughkeepsie, N.Y., was envied by every Boy Scout in the jamboree camp when President Franklin D. Roosevelt stopped briefly on July 8, 1937 in Washington, to pin on Franklyn’s chest an Eagle Badge, highest honor of scoutdom. St. John is from the president’s home county in New York, Duchess. (AP Photo)
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