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ELEANOR : The Years Alone by  Foreword)  Jr. - First Edition, First Thus - 1972 - from 100 POCKETS and Biblio.com

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ELEANOR : The Years Alone

by Joseph P. Lash; (Franklin C. Roosevelt, Jr., Foreword)

Condition: NEAR FINE/Very Good


New York, NY: W. W. Norton, 1972. Text/BRAND NEW & Bright. Blue linen boards w/gilt embossed spine/Fine. DJ/VG; sound w/spot fading to spine, and light nips, chips & faint creasings to edges. Photo-collage endpapers. Author Joseph P. Lash (1909 - 1987) was secretary and confidant to Eleanor Roosevelt, gave us an intimate portrait of Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt. 368 pgs; 15 chapters followed by 2 appendices. This volume centers on the 17 years Eleanor Roosevelt (1984 - 1962) lived beyond FDR's death in 1945. Her active participation in the United Nations and strong stance on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights were acheivements which led President Harry Truman to honor her as the First Lady of the World. An extraordinary portrait of an extraordinary person.. First Edition, First Thus. Hard Cover. NEAR FINE/Very Good.


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