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Eleanor Roosevelt – My Day: October 1-7

October 2, 1951 “NEW YORK, Monday…A verse in the Bible we very seldom hear was used as a text in the morning sermon. Evidently back in Bible days there were people who thought the “good old days” were better than … Continue reading

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Eleanor Roosevelt – My Day: August 15-21

August 20, 1951 “HYDE PARK, Sunday—Day by day, those who are responsible for our policies in the Far East must revise their actions in the light of new events. I constantly get questions asking why we do not have a … Continue reading

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Eleanor Roosevelt – My Day: August 8-14

August 11, 1942 “HYDE PARK, Monday—…Some of the students who were at the institutes there were able to remain in New York City for a few days. We had much singing and gaiety, but also some serious discussion on the … Continue reading

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Eleanor Roosevelt – My Day: May 8-14

May 11, 1942 “NEW YORK, Sunday…In a large part yesterday, I did personal things, but I talked for a little while with Miss Viola Ilma, of the Young Men’s Vocational Foundation. First we discussed the growing difficulty of raising funds … Continue reading

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Eleanor Roosevelt – My Day: March 8-14

March 10, 1939 “FORT WORTH, Texas, Friday…I was met by a young girl reporter on the train, an intense and vivid personality and one who voiced a desire which cheered me greatly. She wanted to know what young women could … Continue reading

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