Tag Archives: Eleanor Roosevelt

Women’s History is Hudson Valley History

Women’s history has long been written on the leaves of diaries, penned across the pages of let­ters and scribbled on the backs of photographs.Their stories — even those of bravery or tur­moil — tend to be shared in family lore, … Continue reading

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Celebrating New York Women

Women’s History Month, celebrated each March, is a time to remember the women who helped shape our nation’s history and to shine a spotlight on those women who continue that progress today. In the best of all possible worlds, women’s … Continue reading

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FDR @ 131

This past week I had the great honor of being the guest speaker at the birthday commemoration for President Franklin Delano Roosevelt held in the Rose Garden at the FDR Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park. The following are … Continue reading

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The Hudson Valley’s own Eleanor Roosevelt

Embraced by many as “First Lady of the World,” Eleanor Roosevelt — in fact First Lady of both the United States and the State of New York; Chairman of  UN Commission of Human Rights; United States Representative to the UN … Continue reading

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