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No Ordinary Time: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt: The Home Front in World War II by Doris Kearns GoodwinWinner of the Pulitzer for History, No Ordinary Time is a chronicle of one of the most vibrant & revolutionary periods in US history. With an extraordinary collection of details, Goodwin weaves together a number of story lines—the Roosevelt’s marriage & partnership, Eleanor’s life as First Lady, & FDR’s White House & its impact on America as well as on a world at war. Goodwin melds these into an intimate portrait of Eleanor & Franklin Roosevelt & of the time during which a new, modern America was born.
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Click here to download the printable version. Donated by Eleanor Roosevelt. Source unknown. ER attends rec eption in Morocco during her trip, March National Youth Administration, Division of Information, Three youngsters sightseeing in Washington on reel one and visiting local NYA projects and area pageants on reel two.
Photo credit: Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library. Eleanor with her father Elliott Roosevelt, Theodore, Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt are the most prominent members of one of the most important families in American history. Theodore and Franklin occupy the White House for nineteen of the first forty-five years of the twentieth century, years during which much of the modern world — and the modern state — is created.
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Her father, Elliot, a brother of Theodore Roosevelt , died as a result of alcoholism when she was 10 years old. As a result, Eleanor was raised by the extended Roosevelt family and met her future husband for the first time when she was just two years old and he was four. They saw each other frequently at dances and parties and over the years became very close. In , a year-old Franklin proposed marriage to the year-old Eleanor; the couple wed two years later on St. Former President Theodore Roosevelt gave away the bride.
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