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Tranquility, summer home at Oyster Bay of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt

Eleanor Roosevelt Talks with a Wounded Soldier

Eleanor Roosevelt with Servicemen during a Trip to Central and South America

Roosevelt, Mrs. Theodore (Edith Kermit Carow)

Roosevelt on bridge of ship; Ethel, Mrs. Roosevelt, Mrs. Longworth

Queen Emma and Mrs. Roosevelt; Top frame: both in a carriage moving away from the photographer.; Bottom frame: carriage moving alongside photographer

President and Mrs. Roosevelt in Charleston

Mrs. Roosevelt and Ethel and "Bongo" on bridge of Kaiserine Aug. Victoria

Portraits - Portraits "R"

A White House reception--President and Mrs. Roosevelt restore the old-time gayety to society in Washington / Ch. Weber.

Mrs. Roosevelt, Quentin

The President, Mrs. Roosevelt and other guests of Captain Wagener, Pine Forest Inn, Summerville, S.C.

President Roosevelt reviewing the troops at Charleston Exposition /

President & Mrs. Roosevelt on horseback

The President, Mrs. Roosevelt and other guests of Captain Wagener, Pine Forest Inn, Summerville, S.C.

The President, Mrs. Roosevelt and other guests of Captain Wagener, Pine Forest Inn, Summerville, S.C.

President and Mrs. Roosevelt

The President, Mrs. Roosevelt and party reviewing the parade before the Exposition Auditorium, Charleston, S.C.

The President, Mrs. Roosevelt and party reviewing the parade before the Exposition Auditorium, Charleston, S.C.

Mrs. Roosevelt ready to ride

President Roosevelt and his guests on board the Mayflower

Portrait of Mrs. Roosevelt and Quentin, seated no. 3

Portrait of Mrs. Roosevelt. Standing, 3/4 length

Portrait of Mrs. Roosevelt, standing, full-length

Portrait of Mrs. Roosevelt, in hat, standing

President Roosevelt and Mrs. Roosevelt and party aboard the "Mayflower," review of war fleet, Oyster Bay, Aug. 17, 1903

Mrs. Roosevelt assisted to mount by General Wood

Portrait of Mrs. Roosevelt and Quentin. Seated no. [1?]

President, Mrs. Roosevelt and Pres. Francis leaving West Pavilion, secret service man in the foreground, World's Fair, St. Louis

Arrival of the President and Mrs. Roosevelt for luncheon at West Pavilion, World's Fair, St. Louis, U. S. A.

President and Mrs. Roosevelt entering their carriage at West Pavilion, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis

Pres. and Mrs. Roosevelt in carriage with Pres. Francis, Pres. Roosevelt's visit to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, U. S. A.

President and Mrs. Roosevelt

Lawn party at the White House - President and Mrs. Roosevelt receiving - Washington, D.C.

President and Mrs. Roosevelt at the home of the President's mother, Roswell, Ga.

President and Mrs. Roosevelt splendidly honored at Raleigh, N.C.

President T. Roosevelt, Mrs. Roosevelt, Miss Ethel and secret service guard entering P.R.R. Depot Jersey City

The President and Mrs. Roosevelt and a distinguished multitude hearing opening address of Harry St. George Tucker, Jamestown Exposition, April 26, 1907

The President, Mrs. Roosevelt, Ethel Roosevelt, and ladies, on the Mayflower / William H. Rau, Phila-Penna.

Queen Maud and Mrs. Roosevelt leaving the station for palace after arrival at Christianna

TR's return to New York, 1910 [1].

Rio Janeiro - Mrs. Theo. Roosevelt & Mrs. A. Pederneiras

Mrs. Roosevelt

Mrs. T. Hitchcock, Lota Robinson, Mrs. Roosevelt & Miss Alexander

TR and Mrs. Roosevelt [at the Panama-California Exposition, 1915] /

Mrs. Roosevelt in Parade, 5/13/16

Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt Jr. attends Women in War Work Congress in Paris [1918] /

Fern leaf beech tree planted Memorial Day in honor of Washington, February 22, 1904, by Mrs. Roosevelt near the walk leading to the entrance of the White House

Mrs. Roosevelt [inaugural dress from First Ladies Collection], 9/3/[24]

[Eleanor Roosevelt]

[Eleanor Roosevelt with group of women]

[Eleanor Roosevelt, left]

[Eleanor Roosevelt]

[Eleanor Roosevelt]

[Eleanor Roosevelt at White House, Washington, D.C.]

[Eleanor Roosevelt]

[Franklin Roosevelt (standing with cane) and Eleanor Roosevelt]

[Eleanor Roosevelt? U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.]

[Eleanor Roosevelt, left]

[Eleanor Roosevelt, center]

[Group with portrait of Eleanor Roosevelt]

[Eleanor Roosevelt]

[Eleanor Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt at Washington baseball game]

ER [i.e., Eleanor Roosevelt] with 2 women. Big hats

TECHNICAL WORKS OF ARTS PROJECTS. FROM THE LEFT: EDWARD BRUCE, SECRETARY OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE OF FINE ARTS TO THE TREASURY; MRS. ROOSEVELT; L.W. ROBERT, JR., ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF TREASURY; FORBES WATSON, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS OF ART PROJECT

[...]LT. AT [...]; SCHOOL FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN; LANGDON SCHOOL; MRS. ROOSEVELT

ER [i.e., Eleanor Roosevelt] globes, 2 women

[Franklin D. and Eleanor Roosevelt at Catholic University, Washington, D.C.]

PRIZE QUILT GIVEN MRS. ROOSEVELT. THE QUILT WHICH WON PRIZES AT THE WORLD FAIR IN CHICAGO IS PRESENTED TO MRS. ROOSEVELT BY E.J. CONDON. L.T. CONWAY VIEWS THE CEREMONY. BOTH MEN ARE CONNECTED WITH A MERCHANDISING CONCERN DOING BUSINESS ON A NATIONWIIDE SCALE. THE PRIZE WINNING QUILT WAS MADE BY MARGARET ROGERS CADEN OF LEXINGTON, KY

ER [i.e., Eleanor Roosevelt] chatting with man with medal around neck

[Eleanor Roosevelt receiving Red Cross pin. White House, Washington, D.C.]

ER [i.e., Eleanor Roosevelt] globes

FIRST LADY MEETS DEMOCRATIC PARTY MASCOT. WASHINGTON, D.C. MRS. ROOSEVELT FEEDS 'QUEENIE,' THE OFFICIAL MASCOT OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY, A LUMP OF SUGAR AT THE LUNCHEON AND GARDEN PARTY GIVEN AT WOODLAWN, THE HOME OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR AND MRS. HARRY H. WOODRING. 'QUEENIE,' WHO WAS A PRESENT TO POSTMASTER GENERAL FARLEY LAST WINTER BY AN ADMIRER, WAS THE CENTER OF ATTRACTION AT THE PARTY WHICH WAS GIVEN BY THE WOMEN'S [...]

[Franklin D. Roosevelt inauguration. Eleanor Roosevelt and Franklin D. Roosevelt]

[Franklin D. Roosevelt inauguration. Eleanor Roosevelt and Franklin D. Roosevelt and photographer outside White House, Washington, D.C.]

[Eleanor Roosevelt on horseback]

MRS. ROOSEVELT IS GUEST OF AMERICAN PEN WOMEN AT BREAKFAST. THE ANNUAL AUTHOR'S BREAKFAST OF THE NATIONAL LEAGUE OF AMERICAN PEN WOMEN WAS SERVED AT THE WILLARD HOTEL IN WASHINGTON TODAY WITH MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AS HONOR GUEST. IN THE PHOTOGRAPH, L TO R: MME. PATRICIA BENNETT DIMITRIU, NATIONAL FIRST VICE PRESIDENT OF THE LEAGUE; MRS. ROOSEVELT; MRS. CLARA KECK HEFFLEBOWER, NATIONAL PRESIDENT; AND BRIG. GEN. FRANCISCO J. AGUILAR, MILITARY ATTACHE OF THE MEXICAN EMBASSY, WHO WAS SPEAKER

U.S. SURGEON GENERAL AWARDED WILLIAM FREEMAN SNOW MEDAL, WASHINGTON, D.C. U.S. SURGEON GENERAL THOMAS PARRAN WAS TODAY PRESENTED THE WILLIAM FREE SNOW MEDAL 'FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE TO HUMANITY' AT THE 26TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE AMERICAN SOCIAL HYGIENE ASSOCIATION. THE PRESENTATION WAS MADE BY DR. LIVINGSTON FARRAND, RIGHT, PRESIDENT EMERITUS OF CORNELL UNIVERSITY. MRS. ROOSEVELT, CENTER, DELIVERED AN ADDRESS AT THE CONFERENCE

MRS. ROOSEVELT IS GUEST OF GIRL SCOUTS AT 15-CENT LUNCHEON. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT ENJOYED A 15-CENT LUNCHEON TODAY AS GUEST OF THE GIRL SCOUTS IN THEIR 'LITTLE HOUSE' IN WASHINGTON. ON THE LEFT IS WALTER W. HEAD, PRESIDENT OF THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA. FLORENCE YEAGER IS THE GIRL SCOUT SERVING THE FIRST LADY OF THE LAND

[Eleanor Roosevelt, right, in automobile]

ER [i.e., Eleanor Roosevelt] shaking hands with woman in a row. Warm weather

MRS. ROOSEVELT RECEIVES X-MAS TREE FROM GIRL SCOUTS

[Eleanor Roosevelt, right]

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, MRS. ROOSEVELT AND PARTY REVIEW ARMY DAY PARADE. L TO R IN REVIEWING STAND: SECRETARY OF WAR GEORGE H. DERN; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; BRIG. GEN. J.A. DELAFIELD; AND MRS. ROOSEVELT

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ADDRESSES WELFARE BODY CONFERENCE AT WHITE HOUSE. A TWO DAY CONFERENCE OF THE 1933 MOBILIZATION FOR HUMAN NEEDS OPENED IN WASHINGTON TODAY WHEN PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ADDRESSED THE GROUP ON THE LAWN OF THE WHITE HOUSE. ON THE PRESIDENT'S RIGHT IN THE PICTURE CAN BE SEEN MRS. ROOSEVELT AND HON. FRANK B. KELLOGG, FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE, WHO RESPONDED TO THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE'S ADDRESS IN THE ABSENCE OF NEWTON D. BAKER, WHO WAS ILL

[Franklin D. Roosevelt inauguration. Eleanor Roosevelt and Franklin D. Roosevelt]

[Eleanor Roosevelt] outdoors, children, drum

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT GREETS PRIME MINISTER MacDONALD AT WHITE HOUSE. PRIME MINISTER RAMSAY MacDONALD, OF GREAT BRITAIN, AND HIS DAUGHTER ISHBEL WERE GIVEN A WARM WELCOME BY PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROOSEVELT WHEN THEY ARRIVED AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY. WHILE IN WASHINGTON THE BRITISH STATESMAN WILL STUDY THE SHIFTING SCENE OF WORLD ECONOMICS WITH PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. IN THE PHOTOGRAPH, L TO R: MRS. ROOSEVELT; MISS ISHBEL MacDONALD; PRIME MINISTER MacDONALD; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; AND CAPT. WALTER VERNOU, WHITE HOUSE NAVAL AIDE

PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROOSEVELT ATTEND SOCIETY CIRCUS AT FORT MYER, VA. FORSAKING AFFAIRS OF STATE FOR THE AFTERNOON, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WITH MRS. ROOSEVELT ATTENDED THE SOCIETY CIRCUS AT FORT MYER, VA., TODAY. IN THE CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPH, L TO R: MRS. ROOSEVELT; COL. HARRY N. COOTES, COMMANDANT OF FORT MYER; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; AND LITTLE SISTY DALL, GRANDCHILD

[Group on back of train; includes John Nance Garner, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Eleanor Roosevelt]

[F.D. Roosevelt at helm of "Ship of State" - forward with Roosevelt"; Eleanor Roosevelt is beside him and ships and planes are in background. Prominent blacks?]

MRS. ROOSEVELT AND CAROLYN THOMPSON

[Eleanor Roosevelt Roosevelt, 1884-1962, bust portrait, facing right]

PRESIDENT AND FAMILY LEAVING UNION STATION. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT LEAVING THE UNION STATION WITH HIS FAMILY AFTER HE WAS GREETED BY A COUPLE OF HUNDRED CONGRESSMEN, WHO CRANED THEIR NECKS AND GAPED JUST LIKE ANY OTHER GUY IN THE STREET. WITH THE PRESIDENT AARE: MRS. CURTIS DALL; MRS. ROOSEVELT; AND JAMES ROOSEVELT

ROOSEVELTS ATTEND CHRISTMAS SERVICES. THE ROOSEVELT FAMILY ATTEND CHRISTMAS DAY CHURCH SERVICES AT ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN WASHINGTON D.C. THIS PHOTOGRAPH SHOWS THE FIRST FAMILY LEAVING THE CHURCH. FROM THE LEFT: PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, MRS. ROOSEVELT, AND MRS. JAMES ROOSEVELT, THE PRESIDENT'S MOTHER. NOTE THE GORGEOUS ORCHIDS WORN BY THE PRESIDENT'S WIFE

BISHOP FREELMAN; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; CAPT. WALTER N. VERNOU; MRS. ROOSEVELT; MRS. CURTIS DALL AT WASHINGTON CATHEDRAL 1ST YEAR IN OFFICE

NO ELEPHANT TOYS FOR FIRST LADY. MRS. ROOSEVELT, ON A CHRISTMAS SHOPPING TOUR, HAD A HARD TIME CONVINCING SANTA CLAUS THAT SHE DID NOT WANT A TOY ELEPHANT, A SYMBOL OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY, AS A CHRISTMAS PRESENT. SHE IS SHOWN HERE INSPECTING AN ASSORTMENT OF TOYS AT A WASHINGTON, D.C. DEPARTMENT STORE FRIDAY

THREE PROMINENT WOMEN: FROM THE LEFT, MRS. MARY HARRIMAN RUMSEY, CHAIRMAN OF THE CONSUMERS ADVISORY BOARD OF THE N.R.A; MRS. ROOSEVELT; AND REP. ISABELLA GREENWAY OF ARIZONA. THIS PICTURE WAS MADE IN THE WHITE HOUSE ON ONE OF THE MANY AFTERNOONS THE THREE MEET THERE. WHEN MRS. ROOSEVELT HAS A PRESS CONFERENCE IT IS NOT UNUSUAL TO SEE THESE THREE TOGETHER

NATION'S CHIEF EXECUTIVE RECEIVES GOLD BASEBALL PASS FROM PRESIDENT OF WASHINGTON CLUB. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WAS PRESENTED WITH A GOLD SEASON BASEBALL PASS TODAY BY PRESIDENT CLARK C. GRIFFITH OF THE WASHINGTON BASEBALL CLUB. AT THE SAME TIME MRS. ROOSEVELT WAS GIVEN A GOLD PASS SET IN A LEATHER POCKETBOOK. WITH GRIFFITH ARE HIS TWO ADOPTED SONS JIMMY AND BILLY

MRS. ROOSEVELT PRESENTED WITH MAY DAY FLOWERS. IN CELEBRATION OF CHILD HEALTH DAY, SIX CHILDREN ARE SHOWN PRESENTING A MAY BASKET TO MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AT THE WHITE HOUSE LAWN. IN THE PHOTO, L TO R: BETSY SAVIN, 4; MERCER COOK, 3; MRS. ROOSEVELT RITA JOHNSON, 5; DICKIE CALDWELL, 5; TOMMY CALDWELL, 4; AND JOAN PARKER, 3 YEARS OLD