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Eleanor Roosevelt greets children at the White House Easter Egg Roll in 1936.

Eleanor Roosevelt greets children at the White House Easter Egg Roll in 1936

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Little big man, African American boy with lunchbox. Credit: George Washington Watkins Family Papers, The Library of Virgina

Feb 26, 1933 Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt

The President-elect Franklin D.Roosevelt,with his wife Eleanor Roosevelt. Franklin D.Roosevelt became the President of the United States serving an unprecedented 4 ter

Eleanor Roosevelt at 1960 Democratic Convention. See other photos in series. NYTimes.

Inside the 1960 Democratic National Convention

Never-seen photographs by Garry Winogrand, with audio commentary from George McGovern.

From FDR to JFK and LBJ Eleanor Roosevelt, the former first lady and widow of Franklin D. Roosevelt, appears at a New York rally to support Kennedy and his running mate, Lyndon B. Johnson.

John F. Kennedy Election - JFK Campaign Photos

Eleanor Roosevelt appears at a rally at the New York Coliseum in November 1960 in support of presidential candidate John F. Kennedy (left) and his running mate, Lyndon B.

MOTHER’S DAY | 1920

100 Years of African American vintage photography from the end of slavery in the to the Black Power Movement of the and beyond.

The Queen Mother with Eleanor Roosevelt - 2 of the guests at my "If you could have a dinner party with anyone in history, who would you invite?" dinner. Both just fascinate me!

The Queen Mother with Eleanor Roosevelt - 2 of the guests at my "If you could have a dinner party with anyone in history, who would you invite? Both just fascinate me!

Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt outside their New York home on E. 65th St.,1933.

Two Roosevelts and Their Legacies

The Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site is free and open to the public, and a photo exhibition the Public Policy Institute at Hunter College pays tribute to Franklin Roosevelt.

Anna Eleanor Roosevelt was born October 11, 1884 in New York City

Photo from First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt’s epic wartime expedition in the Pacific region