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Author: Anna Roosevelt
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, minutes, reports, tributes, speeches, articles, clippings, and other materials pertaining to her parents, 1901-1975, including her correspondence with her parents, 1909-1962; family correspondence with Sara Delano Roosevelt, her husband James A. Halsted, her previous husbands Curtis Dall and John Boettiger, her children Anna Eleanor Dall Seagraves, Curtis Roosevelt Dall (who later dropped the name  Read more...
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Named Person: Sara Delano Roosevelt; Franklin D Roosevelt; Eleanor Roosevelt; James A Halsted; Curtis Dall; John Boettiger; Anna Eleanor Dall Seagraves; Curtis Roosevelt; John Roosevelt Boettiger; James Roosevelt; Elliott Roosevelt; Franklin D Roosevelt; John Aspinwall Roosevelt; Malvina Thompson; Maureen Corr; Stephen T Early; David Gray; Maude Gray; W Averell Harriman; Lorena A Hickok; Joseph P Lash; Trude Lash; Adlai E Stevenson; Harry S Truman; Grace G Tully
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Anna Roosevelt
OCLC Number: 155523202
Description: 34 linear ft.

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Correspondence, minutes, reports, tributes, speeches, articles, clippings, and other materials pertaining to her parents, 1901-1975, including her correspondence with her parents, 1909-1962; family correspondence with Sara Delano Roosevelt, her husband James A. Halsted, her previous husbands Curtis Dall and John Boettiger, her children Anna Eleanor Dall Seagraves, Curtis Roosevelt Dall (who later dropped the name Dall), and John Roosevelt Boettiger, and her brothers James, Elliott, Franklin, and John Aspinwall Roosevelt. Other correspondents in the collection include Malvina Thompson, Maureen Corr, Stephen Early, David and Maude Gray, Averell Harriman, Lorena Hickok, Joseph and Trude Lash, Adlai E. Stevenson, Harry S. Truman, and Grace Tully. Subject files contain correspondence, articles, speeches, drafts, notes, clippings, and other materials relating to her jobs, radio programs, speeches, and organizations she supported including American Civil Liberties Union, Human Rights Commission, National Committee on Household Employment, National Foundation-March of Dimes, National Youth Administration, Office of Economic Opportunity, President's Commission on the Status of Women, the United Nations, and the Wiltwyck School. Collection also include letters written by her grandfather Elliott Roosevelt, 1886-1892.

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