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- Collection: Eleanor Roosevelt: We Make Our Own History
Eleanor Roosevelt and Elinor Morgenthau tour an exhibit of paintings relating to the war effort in Washington, D.C.
Eleanor Roosevelt examines the proposed national divisions of the Public Works of Art Project with Edward Bruce, Chip Robert, and Forbes Watson. Eleanor was instrumental in winning Franklin’s support of the project.
Douglas Chandor’s portrait conveys the restless energy and multifaceted personality of the subject. A full-color rendering of Eleanor engages the viewer with her direct, powerful gaze as her hand lightly peels back a page from an open book. Below,…
The fruits of the PWAP were exhibited at the Corcoran Gallery in 1934. The Roosevelt family attended the exhibition, and Eleanor personally choose a number of paintings to purchase. “The Skyscapers,” one of the paintings chosen by Mrs. Roosevelt,…
Original caption reads: "Negro creative work based on spirituals. Jacksonville Negro Federal Gallery, Jacksonville, Florida. Opportunities for negro children in painting and sculpture have resulted in works which are extremely rhythmic and…
Volume of mail as indexed by ER and staff in the years 1933, 1937, and 1938. Compiled and adapted by Jonian Rafti.
A letter addressed to Mrs. Roosevelt. It is one of the 4,713 letters received during August, 1937.
Response from ER's staff to letters received.
FDR with Col. Zabriskie, NY Governor Dix, and ER at Blithewood Manor, in Annandale NY. Adapted.