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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