Sunrise at Campobello Characters

Dore Schary
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Babs

See Eleanor Roosevelt

Frank

See Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Jimmy

See James Roosevelt

Miss Marguerite LeHand

Miss Marguerite LeHand, or Missy, as she is commonly referred to, is FDR's perky personal secretary. She is capable and conscientious as well as caring when it comes to supporting her boss. With her take-charge attitude, Missy fires questions at Howe concerning FDR's travel arrangements, demonstrating her ability to note and take care of the smallest details despite the excitement over her boss's condition. She is also deeply concerned for her boss, sharing with Howe that FDR's condition moves her to the point of tears.

Missy

See Miss Marguerite LeHand

Eleanor Roosevelt

The wife of FDR and mother to his four children, Eleanor Roosevelt, or "Babs," as she is affectionately referred to by her husband, is described as a tall, stately, and willowy young woman of thirty-six. One of her greatest qualities is...

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