This category of posts highlights Roosevelt History one week at a time by featuring archival materials from the collections of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum in Hyde Park, NY. It includes a selection of digitized documents and photos to illustrate historical events and subjects in the lives and work of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt.
This category of posts features excerpts from Eleanor Roosevelt’s nationally syndicated “My Day” column. Published six days a week from 1935 until her death in 1962 (27 years), Mrs. Roosevelt wrote consistently and directly to the American public about her views and activism. You can find a complete collection of Eleanor Roosevelt’s My Day columns in searchable full text on The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project website, hosted by George Washington University.
Follow this category to learn about the many public events and programs hosted by the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum. Read about special annual events like the Memorial Day Weekend “USO Show” and “Bivouac” and the Roosevelt Reading Festival, as well as film programs, author talks and signings, and exhibition-related events.