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    Eleanor Roosevelt

    Eleanor & Franklin Delano Roosevelt

    First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt

    July 2, 1937- Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan disappear; they are never found. 75 yrs. later, they think they might have a bead on where she crashed. We'd all like the mystery solved....

    Alice Roosevelt - 1902 Theodore Roosevelt’s beautiful eldest daughter, who not only cut her wedding cake with a sword, defied all the conventions of her day regarding women and carried a dagger in her pocketbook, but who also had a pillow embroidered with her most famous quote on her couch; “If you haven’t got anything good to say about anybody, come sit next to me.”

    "Do what you feel in your heart to be right- for you'll be criticized anyway. You'll be damned if you do, and damned if you don't." Eleanor Roosevelt

    Eleanor Roosevelt

    Eleanor Roosevelt and her daughter Anna. 1906.

    Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Jr. GOODNESS GRACIOUS. I now support The New Deal.

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    Four presidents (one sitting, one future, and two former), pay their respects at Eleanor Roosevelt's funeral. Hyde Park, NY - November 10, 1962.

    Six First Ladies. Seated L to R: Lady Bird Johnson, Pat Nixon, Rosalynn Carter, and Betty Ford. Standing: Nancy Reagan and Barbara Bush. Via George H. Bush Presidential Library.

    Alice Hathaway Lee Roosevelt - was the first wife of Theodore Roosevelt. She was stirkingly beautiful, with a cheerful disposition so that she was called "Sunshine" by her friends & family. They married in 1880. She died just 2 days after giving birth to thier 1st child, Alice. Her husband was so distraught (he also lost his 49 yr old mother the same day, that he never spoke of it again.

    Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt with their children

    Franklin Delano Roosevelt & Eleanor Roosevelt wedding

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    President Theodore Roosevelt and First Lady Edith Roosevelt in 1908.

    Eleanor Roosevelt on her honeymoon in Venice 1905. Presidential library.

    Edith Roosevelt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The 26th First Lady of The White House Edith Roosevelt (Theodore Roosevelt's second wife)

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