Objects & Places from Eleanor Roosevelt: A Life of Discovery

Russell Freedman
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New York City

This is where Eleanor Roosevelt was born.

Oak Terrace

This is where Mary Hall had an estate.

Albany

This place is where Eleanor and Franklin lived when Franklin was a state senator and again when he was the Governor.

London

This place is where Eleanor attended Allenswood.

Washington, D. C.

This place is where Eleanor and Franklin lived when President Wilson named him Assistant Secretary of the Navy.

Campobello

This place is where Sara Roosevelt had a Summer retreat.

Val-Kill Cottage

This place was the favorite residence of Eleanor Roosevelt.

Warm Springs

This is where Franklin would go for therapy for his paralysis.

Hyde Park

This place is where Sara Roosevelt had a summer home.

United Nations

This organization received Eleanor Roosevelt as a delegate.

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