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Roosevelt 's four terms in office, making her the longest serving First Lady of the United States. Truman later called her the "First Lady of the World" in tribute to her human rights achievements. Roosevelt was a member of the prominent American Roosevelt and Livingston families and a niece of President Theodore Roosevelt. At 15, she attended Allenwood Academy in London and was deeply influenced by its headmistress Marie Souvestre.

Returning to the U. The Roosevelts' marriage was complicated from the beginning by Franklin's controlling mother, Sara , and after Eleanor discovered her husband's affair with Lucy Mercer in , she resolved to seek fulfillment in a public life of her own.

She persuaded Franklin to stay in politics after he was stricken with a paralytic illness in , which cost him the normal use of his legs, and began giving speeches and appearing at campaign events in his place. Following Franklin's election as Governor of New York in , and throughout the remainder of Franklin's public career in government, Roosevelt regularly made public appearances on his behalf, and as First Lady while her husband served as President, she significantly reshaped and redefined the role of First Lady.

Though widely respected in her later years, Roosevelt was a controversial First Lady at the time for her outspokenness, particularly her stance on racial issues.

She was the first presidential spouse to hold regular press conferences, write a daily newspaper column, write a monthly magazine column, host a weekly radio show, and speak at a national party convention. On a few occasions, she publicly disagreed with her husband's policies.

She launched an experimental community at Arthurdale, West Virginia , for the families of unemployed miners, later widely regarded as a failure. She advocated for expanded roles for women in the workplace, the civil rights of African Americans and Asian Americans, and the rights of World War II refugees.

Following her husband's death in , Roosevelt remained active in politics for the remaining 17 years of her life. She pressed the United States to join and support the United Nations and became its first delegate. Later she chaired the John F. Kennedy administration's Presidential Commission on the Status of Women. By the time of her death, Roosevelt was regarded as "one of the most esteemed women in the world"; she was called "the object of almost universal respect" in her New York Times obituary.

Through her father, she was a niece of President Theodore Roosevelt. Her mother nicknamed her "Granny" because she acted in such a serious manner as a child. Eleanor had two younger brothers: She also had a half brother, Elliott Roosevelt Mann, through her father's affair with Katy Mann, a servant employed by the family. Her mother died from diphtheria on December 7, , and Elliott Jr. He survived the fall but died from a seizure.

Eleanor doted on Hall, and when he enrolled at Groton School in , she accompanied him as a chaperone. While he was attending Groton, she wrote him almost daily, but always felt a touch of guilt that Hall had not had a fuller childhood. She took pleasure in Hall's brilliant performance at school, and was proud of his many academic accomplishments, which included a master's degree in engineering from Harvard.

After the deaths of her parents, Eleanor was raised in the household of her maternal grandmother, Mary Livingston Ludlow of the Livingston family in Tivoli, New York.

Roosevelt was tutored privately and with the encouragement of her aunt Anna "Bamie" Roosevelt , year-old Eleanor was sent to Allenswood Academy, a private finishing school in Wimbledon, outside London, England, [18] where she was educated from to The headmistress, Marie Souvestre , was a noted educator who sought to cultivate independent thinking in young women.

Souvestre took a special interest in Roosevelt, who learned to speak French fluently and gained self-confidence. She was beloved by everybody. At age 17 in , Roosevelt completed her formal education and returned to the United States; she was presented at a debutante ball at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel on December She was later given her own "coming out party". It was a beautiful party, of course, but I was so unhappy, because a girl who comes out is so utterly miserable if she does not know all the young people.

Of course I had been so long abroad that I had lost touch with all the girls I used to know in New York. I was miserable through all that. Roosevelt was active with the New York Junior League shortly after its founding, teaching dancing and calisthenics in the East Side slums.

But, he added, "I know my own mind, and known it for a long time, and know that I could never think otherwise. Patrick's Day parade, and who agreed to give the bride away. Eleanor and Franklin were married on March 17, , in a wedding officiated by Endicott Peabody , the groom's headmaster at Groton School.

Theodore Roosevelt's attendance at the ceremony was front-page news in The New York Times and other newspapers. When asked for his thoughts on the Roosevelt-Roosevelt union, the president said, "It is a good thing to keep the name in the family. That summer they went on their formal honeymoon , a three-month tour of Europe. From the beginning, Eleanor had a contentious relationship with her controlling mother-in-law.

The townhouse that Sara gave to Eleanor and Franklin was connected to her own residence by sliding doors, and Sara ran both households in the decade after the marriage.

Early on, Eleanor had a breakdown in which she explained to Franklin that "I did not like to live in a house which was not in any way mine, one that I had done nothing about and which did not represent the way I wanted to live", but little changed. Despite becoming pregnant six times, Eleanor disliked having sex with her husband. She once told her daughter Anna that it was an "ordeal to be borne".

In September , Eleanor was unpacking one of Franklin's suitcases when she discovered a bundle of love letters to him from her social secretary, Lucy Mercer. He had been contemplating leaving Eleanor for Lucy. However, following pressure from his political advisor, Louis Howe , and from his mother, who threatened to disinherit Franklin if he followed through with a divorce, the couple remained married. Disillusioned, Eleanor again became active in public life, and focused increasingly on her social work rather than her role as a wife.

In August , the family was vacationing at Campobello Island , New Brunswick , Canada, when Franklin was diagnosed with a paralytic illness , at the time believed to be polio. When the extent of his disability became clear, Eleanor fought a protracted battle with her mother-in-law over his future, persuading him to stay in politics despite Sara's urgings that he retire and become a country gentleman.

Franklin's attending physician, Dr. William Keen, commended Eleanor's devotion to the stricken Franklin during the time of his travail. This proved a turning point in Eleanor and Sara's long-running struggle, and as Eleanor's public role grew, she increasingly broke from Sara's control. Franklin encouraged Eleanor to develop this property as a place where she could implement some of her ideas for work with winter jobs for rural workers and women.

Each year, when Eleanor held a picnic at Val-Kill for delinquent boys, her granddaughter Eleanor Roosevelt Seagraves assisted her. She was close to Eleanor throughout her life. Seagraves concentrated her career as an educator and librarian on keeping alive many of the causes Eleanor began and supported. In , she campaigned for Democrat Alfred E. Smith in his successful re-election bid as governor of New York State against the Republican nominee and her first cousin Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.

Her aunt, Anna "Bamie" Roosevelt, publicly broke with Eleanor after the election. She wrote of Eleanor to her son, "I just hate to see Eleanor let herself look as she does. Though never handsome, she always had to me a charming effect. Alas and alack, ever since politics have become her choicest interest, all her charm has disappeared!

Theodore's elder daughter Alice also broke with Eleanor over her campaign. Alice and Eleanor reconciled after Eleanor wrote Alice a comforting letter upon the death of Alice's daughter, Paulina Longworth. Eleanor and her daughter Anna became estranged after she took over some of her mother's social duties at the White House.

The relationship was further strained because Eleanor desperately wanted to go with her husband to Yalta in February two months before FDR's death , but he took Anna instead. A few years later, the two were able to reconcile and cooperate on numerous projects. Anna took care of her mother when she was terminally ill in Eleanor's son Elliott authored numerous books, including a mystery series in which Eleanor was the detective.

However, these murder mysteries were researched and written by William Harrington. They continued until Harrington's death in , ten years after Elliott's death. An Untold Story , in which he revealed details about the sexual lives of his parents, including his father's relationships with mistress Lucy Mercer and secretary Marguerite "Missy" LeHand , [45] as well as graphic details surrounding the illness that crippled his father.

Published in , the biography also contains valuable insights into FDR's run for vice president, his rise to the governorship of New York, and his capture of the presidency in , particularly with the help of Louis Howe.

Another of the siblings, James, published My Parents, a Differing View with Bill Libby , , which was written in part as a response to Elliot's book. Eleanor Roosevelt's Untold Story , also with Brough, was published in Eleanor Roosevelt, with Love: A Centenary Remembrance , came out in In the s, Eleanor had a very close relationship with legendary aviator Amelia Earhart. One time, the two sneaked out from the White House and went to a party dressed up for the occasion.

After flying with Earhart, Roosevelt obtained a student permit but did not further pursue her plans to learn to fly. Franklin was not in favor of his wife becoming a pilot. However, the two friends communicated frequently throughout their lives. Roosevelt also had a close relationship with Associated Press AP reporter Lorena Hickok , who covered her during the last months of the presidential campaign and "fell madly in love with her".

Edgar Hoover despised Roosevelt's liberalism, her stance regarding civil rights, and her and her husband FDR's criticisms of Hoover's surveillance tactics, and so Hoover maintained a large file on Roosevelt, [52] which the filmmakers of the biopic J. Edgar indicate included compromising evidence of this relationship, which Hoover intended to blackmail Roosevelt with.

Compromised as a reporter, Hickok soon resigned her position with the AP to be closer to Eleanor, who secured her a job as an investigator for a New Deal program. There is considerable debate about whether or not Roosevelt had a sexual relationship with Hickok. It was known in the White House press corps at the time that Lorena Hickok was a lesbian.

Doris Kearns Goodwin stated in her Pulitzer Prize —winning account of the Roosevelts that "whether Hick and Eleanor went beyond kisses and hugs" could not be determined with certainty. Rupp criticized Faber's argument, calling her book "a case study in homophobia" and arguing that Faber unwittingly presented "page after page of evidence that delineates the growth and development of a love affair between the two women".

Transformative First Lady , by Maurine H. Beasley stated, "That the Hickok relationship was indeed erotic now seems beyond dispute considering what is known about the letters they exchanged.

In the same years, Washington gossip linked Eleanor romantically with New Deal administrator Harry Hopkins , with whom she worked closely.

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