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Eleanor Roosevelt – My Day: January 15-21

January 20, 1939 “WASHINGTON, Thursday—…The State of Washington provides me with an interesting letter and a newspaper clipping this morning. My correspondent asks that I answer her question in my column. This is the question: “I am enclosing a clipping. … Continue reading

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Eleanor Roosevelt – My Day: January 1-7

January 2, 1951 “HYDE PARK, Monday—I have just had an amusing, anonymous letter, and I am going to reproduce it here because I think it is a good note on which to start the New Year. My correspondent writes: “My … Continue reading

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Eleanor Roosevelt – My Day: September 15-21

September 18, 1941 “WASHINGTON, Wednesday—I received a letter in my mail yesterday, signed with an assumed name. The lady is much annoyed with the President because she has been told that he has been holding a bill on his desk, … Continue reading

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Eleanor Roosevelt – My Day: March 15-21

March 20, 1941 “WASHINGTON, Wednesday —…Sometimes I think a few people are becoming a trifle hysterical. To bear this out, I shall quote here a few lines from a letter which I have just received from a lady. There is … Continue reading

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