Call Number: E807.1.R4 A3 1986a
The papers of Eleanor Roosevelt, 1933-1945 / advisory editors, Susan Ware and William H. Chafe. Frederick, MD : University Publications of America
Subject Category: Ethnic Studies, History US, Social Conditions, Women's Studies
Collection Dates: 01/01/1933 - 12/31/1945
Location: UNLV Microforms
Summary: This 20 reel set is part of the series Research Collections in Women's Studies. It contains correspondence during the White House years and focuses on Mrs. Roosevelt's relations with leading political and governmental figures as well as her circle of personal friends. The correspondence was selected with the objective of detailing her thought and activity in four major subject areas: social welfare and depression relief; race relations; women in American politics; and youth services. The correspondence comes from the more than 3,000 manuscript boxes which make up the Eleanor Roosevelt Papers at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library in Hyde Park, New York. There are no family papers in the collections.
Finding Aids: A Guide to the Papers of Eleanor Roosevelt, 1933-1945 (MICRO E807.1.R4 A3 1986a, Guide).