Reminiscences of Marion Dickerman : oral history, 1971.
|Creator: ||Dickerman, Marion, 1890-1983.||Project: ||Individual interviews oral history collection. |
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|Phys. Desc. :||Transcript 345 leaves. Miscellaneous papers relating to oral history.|
|Location: ||Columbia Center for Oral History|
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Scope and Contents
World War I; friendship with Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt; Todhunter School; Valkill Industries; Alfred E. Smith; opposition to Tammany Hall; Democratic conventions, 1924-32; reminiscences of Hyde Park, Campobello, Warm Springs; Eleanor Roosevelt: childhood, interest in women's suffrage and West Virginia mine workers, travels in Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois; 74th Congress, 1935-36; visiting royalty; international conferences; death of President Roosevelt; of Mrs. Roosevelt; recollections of Roosevelt children, Louis Howe, Sumner Welles, Marguerite Le Hand, Harry Hopkins, and many others.
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