Tag: Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library
The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park, New York, was the first Presidential library built in the United States. President Roosevelt led its conception and building, and he is the only President to have used his library while in office. FDR decided to build the library in order to preserve the [...]
Posted by Nikita on October 11, 2012, under - Presidents, - World War II, National Archives Near You.
Tags: "The Unfinished Portrait", Eleanor Roosevelt, Elizabeth Shumatoff, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library, Grace Tully, Hyde Park, Lucy Mercer Rutherfurd, Maguerite "Missy" LeHand, Shirley Temple, teachers
Eleanor Roosevelt was born on October 11, 1884. She was the niece of former President Theodore Roosevelt, and later became the wife of future President Franklin D. Roosevelt (her fifth cousin). She is known for her role as First Lady during the Great Depression and World War II. She was the first woman in that [...]
Posted by Hilary on October 11, 2011, under - Great Depression, - Presidents, - Women's Rights, - World War I, - World War II, Unusual documents.
Tags: Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library, Theodore Roosevelt, wallet