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Anna Eleanor Roosevelt (October 11, 1884 November 7, 1962) was an American human rights activist, stateswoman, journalist, educator, author, and diplomat. As the wife of President of the United States Franklin D. Roosevelt, the longest serving First Lady of the United States from 1933 to 1945. An active First Lady, she traveled around the United States promoting the New Deal and visited troops at the frontlines during World War II. She was a first-wave Feminist (but opposed the Equal Rights Amendment), and actively supported the American Civil Rights Movement.

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Gracie Hall (brother), Elliott (father), Eleanor, Elliott, Jr. (brother), 1892
1898
Informal shot of Franklin D. and Eleanor Roosevelt, Newburgh 05-07-1905
Franklin D. and Eleanor Roosevelt with their children, 1918
1933
With Shirley Temple in 1938
Birthday Ball, with Gene Kelly, Charles Bickford, Veronica Lake, Joe E. Brown, Jane Wyman, Myrna Loy, George Murphy and Margaret O'Brien, 1945
1947
With Gary Cooper in 1950
Meeting Josip Broz Tito of Yugoslavia, 1953
With Haile Selassie, 1954
With Frank Sinatra, 1960
Eleanor Roosevelt with Fala
Elanor Roosevelt walking Fala after FDR's death
Eleanor Roosevelt
Official White House Portrait
1898
Franklin D. and Eleanor Roosevelt with their children, 1918
1933
With Shirley Temple in 1938
Birthday Ball, with Gene Kelly, Charles Bickford, Veronica Lake, Joe E. Brown, Jane Wyman, Myrna Loy, George Murphy and Margaret O'Brien, 1945
1947
With Gary Cooper in 1950
Meeting Josip Broz Tito of Yugoslavia, 1953
With Frank Sinatra, 1960
Eleanor Roosevelt with Fala
Elanor Roosevelt walking Fala after FDR's death
Eleanor Roosevelt
Official White House Portrait