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I don't know if this description is true but I'd like to think it is. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt allowed only female journalists at her press conference, ensuring that newspapers would have to hire women. Calling All Angels, Angst Quotes, I Look To You, Wtf Fun Facts, Random Facts, Riot Grrrl, Humanity Restored, Badass Women, Interesting History
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First lady Eleanor Roosevelt posed with Fala, the president’s Scottish terrier, at her home, Val-Kill, in (Franklin D. Roosevelt Library) - Collector Note: See the buttons in the three photos? Ceramic by Babbington?

After the President’s death Fala went to live with the Eleanor Roosevelt at her home Val-Kill. The two became inseparable companions.

In her book, On My Own, Eleanor Roosevelt wrote of Fala:"It was Fala, my husband's little dog, who never really readjusted. Once, in 1945, when General Eisenhower came to lay a wreath on Franklin's grave, the gates of the regular driveway were opened and his automobile approached the house accompanied by the wailing of the sirens of a police escort. When Fala heard the sirens, his legs straightened out, his ears pricked up and I knew that he expected to see his master coming down the drive…

Portrait of American First Lady (and future US Delegate to the United Nations) Eleanor Roosevelt - as she stands at a fireplace in the White House, Washington, D. Eleanor Roosevelt, Roosevelt Family, Theodore Roosevelt, Presidents Wives, American Presidents, American History, American Soldiers, British History, First Lady Portraits
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Portrait of American First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt , as she stands at...

Portrait of American First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt , as she stands at a fireplace in the White House, Washington, D

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt (January 1882 – April commonly known as FDR, was an American statesman and political leader who served as the US President from 1933 until his death in 1945

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Eleanor Roosevelt, school portrait 1898

Eleanor Roosevelt - Inspiring Women - “Do one thing every day that scares you.” – Eleanor Roosevelt (First Lady of The US , 1933 –

The True Story of The Coolest Dog the White House Has Ever Seen

(And his trusty sidekick, the 32nd U.S. President.) In 1940, President Franklin Roosevelt received an early Christmas president of a Scottish Terrier puppy. The President named him after his own Scottish ancestor, John Murray, aka ‘Murray the Outlaw of Falahill’. Fala, as he was nicknamed, was so cute that White House staff couldn’t resist …

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This admired woman Fostered many endeavors To nurture our world Photo Credit Eleanor Roosevelt 1943

Eleanor Roosevelt is best known for her work in helping make the Universal Declaration of Human Rights accepted by the United Nations. She served in the Red Cross. Began her public life working for a number of women's groups.

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About a hundred years ago when I was in the fifth grade, I had to do this project that drove me absolutely mad. I was assigned a historical figure and had to present an “autobiographical̶…

Two great women who changed our world, Eleanor Roosevelt and Lucille Ball.

Eleanor Roosevelt an "I Love Lucy" Fan?

For nearly a century now, familiar faces of politics and pop culture have been crossing paths at the mythical corner of Sunset Boulevard and Pennsylvania Avenue, the boulevard of dreams and the cor…

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Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt's Own Program | Old Time Radio

a radio program created by Eleanor Roosevelt to give the public a glimpse into life at the White House.

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If you dream of a clutter-free home but are paralyzed by the mess, then try one of these 25 10 minute decluttering tasks. You’ll be taking the first step towards a clutter-free home! #homedecluttering

Eleanor Roosevelt’s slate-blue silk crepe evening gown designed by Sally Milgrim for the 1933 Inaugural Ball. Embroidered with a leaf-and-flower design in gold thread, it featured detachable long sleeves (not displayed). The belt buckle. Vintage Outfits, Vintage Gowns, Vintage Mode, Vintage Clothing, Vintage Style, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, 1930s Fashion, Vintage Fashion

Eleanor Roosevelt’s Inaugural Gown

Slate-blue silk crepe evening gown designed by Sally Milgrim for the 1933 inaugural ball. Embroidered with a leaf-and-flower design in gold thread, it featured detachable long sleeves (not displayed). The belt buckle and shoulder clips are made of rhinestone and moonstone.

What a wonderful role model in so many ways. Eleanor Roosevelt is still a luminary in the fight for women's equality and human rights. President Truman nicknamed her the "First Lady of the World" in tribute to her human rights achievements. Eleanor Roosevelt, Roosevelt Family, President Roosevelt, Women Be Like, Great Women, Amazing Women, Wise Women, Strong Women, Famous Women Quotes
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“You wouldn't worry so much about what others think of you if you realized how seldom they do.” ― Eleanor Roosevelt

Franklin D. Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt with Anna and baby James, formal portrait in Hyde Park, New York 1908 - Franklin D.

America’s First Ladies, #32 - Eleanor Roosevelt | Ancestral Findings

Eleanor Roosevelt was more than just the 32nd First Lady of the United States. She was a force of nature. From her hard childhood to the unconventional nature of her relationship with her husband, Eleanor re-defined what it meant to be First Lady. Here is her story.

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America's First Ladies: From Martha Washington to Today

While the Presidents of the United States get the most attention, their wives are memorable as well. Explore the lives of America's First Ladies.