Papers of Eleanor Roosevelt, 1933-1945
Location: Microfilm E 807.1 R48 P3 1986
This collection covers Eleanor Roosevelt’s correspondence with leading political and governmental figures as well as with Eleanor’s circle of personal friends during the White House years. Covered in the collection are four major subject areas: social welfare and depression relief, race relations, women in American politics, and youth activities. Of particular interest are her correspondence with Walter White of the NAACP, material about her family, especially her father, and drafts of articles and lectures.
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Papers of Eleanor Roosevelt, 1933-1945. (Microfilm E 807.1 R48 P3 1986 Guide)
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Time Period: 20th Century
Subject keywords: Women's Studies, U. S. History