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They continued until Harrington's death inten years after Elliott's death. Smith writes, "remarkably, both ER and Franklin recognized, accepted, and encouraged the arrangement Since politics have become her choicest interest all her charm has disappeared Seagraves concentrated her career as an educator and librarian on keeping alive many of the causes Roosevelt began and supported.

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Although Smith lost the presidential race, Franklin won and the Roosevelts moved into the governor's mansion in AlbanyNew York. Roosevelt wanted the Declaration to be universal. I am enjoying very much the "Impressions" which John Gunther is publishing in one of our metropolitan papers, brought back from his recent trip to Europe.

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Roosevelt and her daughter Anna became estranged after she took over some of her mother's social duties at the White House. In one famous cartoon of the time from The New Yorker magazine June 3, , satirizing a visit she had made to a mine, an astonished coal miner, peering down a dark tunnel, says to a co-worker, "For gosh sakes, here comes Mrs. In small places, close to home — so close and so small that they cannot be seen on any maps of the world. One of the them was Eleanor Roosevelt from the United States. Otto Berge acquired the contents of the factory and the use of the Val-Kill name to continue making colonial-style furniture until he retired in Getty Images When Anna Roosevelt passed away in , her husband Elliott, who struggled with alcoholism, was exiled from the family. We drove to Hyde Park with my son, Elliott, rather late in the afternoon, bringing two guests home with us for the night. The Declaration was drafted by diplomats of different religious, cultural and legal backgrounds from all regions of the world.

It was signed in Paris on 10 December — 70 years ago. We drove to Hyde Park with my son, Elliott, rather late in the afternoon, bringing two guests home with us for the night. Lash was one of her boarders.

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Do one thing every day that scares you. One can really spend a good deal of time reading our New York City newspapers just now, for Winston Churchill's war memoirs are also appearing, and the events described are so close to us even today that I feel this is history which we can hardly treat as we would the usual run of news. I believe anyone can conquer fear by doing the things he fears to do, provided he keeps doing them until he gets a record of successful experience behind him. Compromised as a reporter, Hickok soon resigned her position with the AP to be closer to Roosevelt, who secured her a job as an investigator for a New Deal program. Cook's failing health and pressures from the Great Depression compelled the women to dissolve the partnership in , at which time Roosevelt converted the shop buildings into a cottage at Val-Kill , that eventually became her permanent residence after Franklin died in You can often change your circumstances by changing your attitude. Seagraves concentrated her career as an educator and librarian on keeping alive many of the causes Roosevelt began and supported. Families occupied the first fifty homes in June, and agreed to repay the government in thirty years' time. Without concerned citizen action to uphold them close to home, we shall look in vain for progress in the larger world.

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My Day by Eleanor Roosevelt, September 13,