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Oral history interviews, 1947-1974

Oral history interviews with transcripts primarily concerning Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR), Eleanor Roosevelt, New Deal agency experiences, and other subjects relating to Roosevelt, including Marion Dickerman on Val-Kill Industries; Gabrielle Forbush on FDR in 1932; Thad Holt on relief work in Alabama; interviews conducted by George A. Palmer of the National Park Service about FDR at Hyde Park; A.B. Recknagle on FDR and conservation; Samuel I. Rosenman on his work as special counsel to FDR; interview by Sidney Shalett with Vincent Astor about attempted assassination of FDR in Miami, Fla., 1933; Hilda Smith about her work with the Workers' Service Program, Federal Emergency Relief Administration, and the Works Progress Administration; interviews by Rexford G. Tugwell with Robert Copeland, William Hassett, Louis Joseph, Harry Kannee, Eleanor Roosevelt, James Roosevelt, Margaret Suckley, Henry Toombs, Tap Bennett, and Henry A. Wallace; and Esther Van Wagoner Tufty about women journalists in Washington, D.C
Archival Material, English, 1947