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 Cook, Blanche Wiesen. Eleanor Roosevelt: 1933-1938, the Defining Years. New York: Penguin, 2000. 
 
The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project. http://www.gwu.edu/~erpapers/. 
 
Eleanor Roosevelt: The Role of the First Lady. Vol. 20 of Documentary History of the Franklin D. 
     Roosevelt Presidency. N.p.: University Publications of America, 2001. 
 
Lash, Joseph P. Eleanor: The Years Alone. Norton paperback. ed. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 
     2014. 
 
Roosevelt, Eleanor. The Autobiography of Eleanor Roosevelt. New York: HarperCollins, 2014. 
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Introduction
Image: ER Calls for Order, NPx63-324
Repository: Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum 
Caption: First lady playfully calls for order during her speech introducing FDR on the grounds of the World’s Fair, June 30, 1938.
 
“It is easy in Washington"
Blanche Wiesen Cook, Eleanor Roosevelt: 1933-1938, the Defining Years(New York: Penguin, 2000), 12.
 
 
Where do we want to see our country?
Video clip from Heritage Program on National Educational TV Series (1950s), 
 
 
A Redefined Public Role
“Are you going to stop"
Blanche Wiesen Cook, Eleanor Roosevelt: 1933-1938, the Defining Years(New York: Penguin, 2000), 223.
 
Published books:
"The Published and Recorded Works of Eleanor Roosevelt: Books," The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project, http://www.gwu.edu/~erpapers/abouteleanor/erbooks.cfm.
 
Democratic Digest Comments:
“Dear Mrs. Roosevelt,” Democratic Digest, 1938
Collection: Eleanor Roosevelt Papers
Container: 1405, Speech and Article File
Repository: Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum
 
 
Engaged, Enthusiastic, Audiences
“I have been asked to launch innumerable businesses"
Source: Selected Digitized Correspondence of Eleanor Roosevelt, 1933-1945
Folder: Roosevelt, Eleanor (1), 1935-1945; Page 44
 
Letter Tally:
Source: Selected Digitized Correspondence of Eleanor Roosevelt, 1933-1945, pg. 19, 34, 43.
Folder: Roosevelt, Eleanor (1), 1935-1945; Page 44
 
Mrs. Campbell Letter:
Collection: Eleanor Roosevelt Papers
Container: 550, MyDay Comments 1937 C-K
Repository: Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum 
 
Two responses to public letters:
Collection: Eleanor Roosevelt Papers
Container: 550, MyDay Comments 1937 C-K
Repository: Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum 
 
 
Passionate Detractors
Image: ER Christens Plane, NPx 48-22:3724(152)
Repository: Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum 
Caption: ER christens a 74-passenger yankee clipper plane during a ceremony at Anacostia Naval Station on March 3, 1939.
 
Letter to ER from John Henry Lambert, October 30, 1934
Response from ER to John Henry Lambert, November 12, 1934
Collection: Eleanor Roosevelt Papers
Container: 596, Personal Letters 1934
Repository: Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum
 
Miner Comic, by Robert J. Day
 
Image: ER Goes Down into Coal Mine, NPx 57-248(8)
Repository: Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum 
Caption: Neffs, Ohio May 21, 1935
 
ER FBI File Excerpt
Collection: FBI Records: The Vault
Part 1 of 37, Page 15
 
Video: “Longinus Chronoscope: Television Journal of the Important Issues of the Hour” 1953
Source: Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum 
 
 
An Insider for Civil Rights
Correspondence between ER, FDR, and Walter White  
Source: Selected Digitized Correspondence of Eleanor Roosevelt, 1933-1945
 
 
Looking Forward
Image: ER 1946, United Nations, Lake Success, New York 
Source: Audiovisual Library of International Law, Universal Declaration of Human Rights
 
Clip of a Speech by Mrs. Roosevelt in Celebration of Human Rights Day St. Louis Missouri, 1959