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Eleanor Roosevelt

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Eleanor Roosevelt, 1884-1962.  First Lady, 1933-1945.  Typed Letter Signed, Eleanor Roosevelt, one page, 8” x 10½”, on stationery of the United States Delegation to the General Assembly of the United Nations, October 31, 1950.

Eleanor, then a member of the United States Delgation to the United Nations, writes to help a correspondent.  In part: “The correct office to obtain the information you want is the United Nations Office of Public Information, and I see that you have written to them.  I am sure they will be able to help you.”

Eleanor, one of the most popular First Ladies in American history, served twice as a member of the United States Delegation to the United Nations.

The letter is in very fine condition.  It has two horizontal and one vertical mailing fold, a few wrinkles, and two small stains on the right edge.  Eleanor has boldly signed in blue fountain pen.

Unframed.

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