Roosevelt Family Papers Donated by the Children of Franklin D. and Eleanor Roosevelt. 1686 - 1959. Political Files

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Roosevelt Family Papers Donated by the Children of Franklin D. and Eleanor Roosevelt. 1686 - 1959. Political Files

1920 - 1933

This series contains correspondence, speeches, notes, and clippings pertaining to Franklin D. Roosevelt's unsuccessful campaign for the vice presidency in 1920. This series also contains correspondence from the period in which Franklin Roosevelt was governor of the State of New York, 1929-1933. This material includes letters, telegrams, and memoranda of a fairly routine nature. Correspondents of note are Vincent Astor, Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, Father Charles Coughlin, Mary "Molly" Dewson, Frederic A. Delano, James A. Farley, Fannie Hurst, Colonel Edward M. House, Louis McHenry Howe, Basil O'Connor, Key Pittman, Alfred E. Smith, and Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr.

1 linear foot, 4 linear inches

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