References

I. CHAMPION OF HER HUSBAND'S IDEALS
1.
Letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Wal- ter Nash, July 8, 1945.
2.
New York Times, April 13, 1945.
3.
Eleanor Roosevelt, "My Day," syndi- cated column, April 16, 1945.
4.
Letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Maude Gray, April 29, 1945.
5.
E. Roosevelt, "My Day," op. cit., April 16, 1945; letter from Mrs. Kermit Roosevelt to Eleanor Roosevelt, June 24, 1946, and Eleanor Roosevelt's re- ply, June 25, 1946.
6.
Eleanor Roosevelt, This I Remember (New York, 1949), p. 68.
7.
Interview with Anna Roosevelt Halsted.
8.
E. Roosevelt, "My Day," April 24, 1945.
9.
Letter from James Roosevelt to Mar- garet Suckley, April 24, 1945.
10.
E. Roosevelt, "My Day," May 8, 1945; New York Times, May 9, 1945; letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Harry S. Truman, April 25, 1945.
11.
New York Times, May 9, 1945.
12.
This conversation was reported to the author by Freeda Franklin.
13.
Eleanor Roosevelt, On My Own (New York, 1958), p. 5.
14.
Letter from Lucy Mercer Rutherfurd to Eleanor Roosevelt, May 2, 1945.
15.
Letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to El- liott Roosevelt, May 17, 1945.
16.
Ibid., June 6, 1945; letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Trude W. Lash, June 12, 1945.
17.
Letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Maude Gray, Aug. 2, 1945; letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Joseph P. Lash, July 9, 1945.
18.
Letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Joseph P. Lash, Aug. 9, 1945.
19.
Memorandum from Eleanor Roosevelt to her children, undated.
20.
Geoffrey T. Hellman, "Mrs. Roose- velt," Life, Feb. 5, 1940.
21.
John Morton Blum, From the Diaries of Henry Morgenthau, Jr. (Boston, 1968), p. 424.
22.
E. Roosevelt, "My Day," April 18, 1945.
23.
Letter from Harold Ickes to Eleanor Roosevelt, May 21, 1945.
24.
Letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Har- old Ickes, May 26, 1945.
25.
Letter from Trude W. Lash to Joseph P. Lash, April 15, 1945.
26.
Letter from Harry S. Truman to El- eanor Roosevelt (May 10, 1945).
27.
Letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Harry S. Truman, May 14, 1945.
28.
Letter from Harry S. Truman to El- eanor Roosevelt, May 18, 1945.
29.
Letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Grace Tully, June 10, 1945; letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Robert Hannegan, June 3, 1945.
30.
Letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Joseph P. Lash, June 5, 1945; letter from Izetta Jewel Miller to Eleanor Roosevelt, July 28, 1945.
31.
Letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Harry S. Truman, June 3, 1945; E. Roosevelt, "My Day," June 10, 1945; letter from Trude W. Lash to Joseph P. Lash, July 26, 1945.
32.
Letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to James Roosevelt, June 27, 1945.
33.
Joseph P. Lash, Eleanor and Franklin (New York, 1971), pp. 702-4; E. Roosevelt, "My Day," June 22, 1945.
34.
Letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Joseph P. Lash, July 20, 1945; letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Sidney Hill- man, July 27, 1945.
35.
Letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Joseph P. Lash, July 5, 1945; letter from Harry Hopkins to Eleanor Roose- velt, June 26, 1945, and Eleanor Roosevelt's reply, June 30, 1945; letter from Harry Hopkins to Eleanor Roose- velt, July 2, 1945.
36.
Letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Harry S. Truman, July 2, 1945.
37.
Letter from Esther Lape to Eleanor Roosevelt, Nov. 8, 1944.
38.
E. Roosevelt, On My Own, op. cit., p. 7.
39.
Chester Bowles, Promises to Keep: My Years in Public Life, 1941-1969 (New York, 1971), p. 122; letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Harry S. Tru- man, Nov. 1, 1945, and Truman's re- ply, Nov. 6, 1945.
40.
E. Roosevelt, "My Day," Oct. 16,

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  • Eleanor: the Years Alone *
  • Contents *
  • Foreword *
  • Author's Note *
  • Preface *
  • I - Champion of Her Husband's Ideals *
  • II - The Hardest-Working Delegate *
  • III - A Magna Charta for Mankind *
  • IV - Reluctant Cold -Warrior *
  • V - The United Nations and a Jewish Homeland *
  • VI - The 1948 Campaign: a New Party—not a Third Party *
  • VII - Cardinal and Former First Lady *
  • VIII - An American Phenomenon *
  • IX - America's Best Ambassador *
  • X - Resignation Accepted *
  • XI - Private Citizen Again *
  • XII - "Madly for Adlai" *
  • XIII - Two Bosses—khrushchev and De Sapio *
  • XIV - A New Generation Takes Over *
  • XV - To the End, Courage *
  • Appendix A: - Eleanor Roosevelt and the Nobel Peace Prize *
  • Appendix B: - Mrs. Roosevelt and the Sultan of Morocco *
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