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Eleanor Roosevelt

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The former First Lady considers a suggestion, likely a request for an article,

from the editor of The Atlantic Monthly

Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, 1884–1962.  First Lady, 1933–1945.  Typed Letter Signed, Eleanor Roosevelt, on personal stationery, New York, New York, October 14, 1957.

In this brief letter, Mrs. Roosevelt writes with apparent reference to a suggestion to Edward Weeks, editor of The Atlantic Monthly, that she write an article for publication.  In full: “Thank you very much for your kind letter.  /  I will think over your suggestion but I must refer it to my agent, Nannine Joseph.” 

This letter is perfect for framing.  Mrs. Roosevelt has signed it with a bold blue fountain pen signature.  The letter has two horizontal folds, neither of which affects the signature.  It is fine condition.

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