Eleanor Roosevelt sound recordings, 1939-1962.

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Franklin D. Roosevelt Library. Eleanor Roosevelt sound recordings, 1939-1962.

Eleanor Roosevelt sound recordings, 1939-1962.

Three radio series, 1940-1941, 1948-1949, and 1950-1951, which featured guests interviewed by Eleanor Roosevelt or her daughter, Anna, and discussions; recordings of miscellaneous speeches by President Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, and others; radio interviews of Eleanor Roosevelt, Louis M. Howe, Anna Roosevelt, and Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr.; recordings produced by the United Nations, particularly in connection with the Human Rights Declaration; Eleanor Roosevelt's statements during political campaigns, 1940-1960; and recordings of music by professional and non-professional musicians, vocalists, and performing artists sent to or collected by Eleanor Roosevelt which reflect her interests in politics and civil and human rights.

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