White House Physician Author:Vice Admiral Ross T. McIntire A personal memoir of the man Franklin Roosevelt by his physician, Surgeon General of the Navy Vice Admiral McIntire. The author's theme is that Roosevelt's will to serve had carried him through all the personal stress of polio and its aftermath and through the killing labors of the presidency during the Depression and World War II.
This is a fun read. It's a first person account, by FDR's personal physician, of the President, family, and those involved with him. Interesting observations about people and activities - a very human take on that period.