Eleanor Roosevelt, Volume One, 1884-1933 Characters

Blanche Wiesen Cook
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Marion Sturgis Hooper "Clover" Adams

Clover Adams was an educated and accomplished woman who was also known as the most brilliant hostess in Washington, D.C. She committed suicide in 1885, at the age of forty-two, after discovering that her husband, Henry Adams, was having an affair with another woman. The statue that her husband had erected in her memory, known as Grief, was an inspiration to Eleanor Roosevelt.

Jane Addams

Jane Addams was a social feminist who championed many of the causes that Eleanor believed in.

Corrine Robinson Alsop

Corrine Robinson Alsop was a cousin of Eleanor Roosevelt and like Eleanor Roosevelt attended Allenswood School in England.

Annie

See Anna Bulloch Gracie

Bamie

See Anna Roosevelt Cowles

Anna Eleanor Roosevelt Hall Boettiger

Anna Eleanor Roosevelt Hall Boettiger was Eleanor Roosevelt's daughter. Their relationship was often a difficult one. Anna felt misunderstood at home and wanted more say in...

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