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Name Roosevelt, Anna Eleanor, 1884-1962
Other Names Eleanor Roosevelt
Archives Entries 11
Library Entries 0
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Logan, Anne -

Letter from Anne Logan, Frankfort, Germany, to her family detailing a furlough to London during which time she was entertained by Eleanor Roosevelt and attended the unveiling of a statue of president Franklin D. Roosevelt in Grosvenor Square.

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Travelstead, Chester -

Chiefly personal and professional correspondence, speeches, journal articles, reminiscences and news clippings of noted educator Chester Coleman Travelstead. Of particular interest are the materials related to his 1955 dismissal from the University of South Carolina owing to his stance on racial integration. Also includes correspondence and diaries of his mother Nelle (Gooch) Travelstead, long-time Western Kentucky University faculty member.

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Nahm, Max Brunswick, 1864-1958 -

Correspondence of Max B. Nahm relating mainly to his involvement with the Mammoth Cave National Park Association and the Kentucky National Park Commission in the establishment of Mammoth Cave National Park, Edmonson County, Kentucky. Includes some Association and Commission minutes. Also includes some of Nahm's speeches, writings, personal photographs, and material relating to the Nahm family.

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Kentucky Library & Museum -

Correspondence between authors and researchers and staff of the Kentucky Library & Museum, primarily regarding historical and genealogical resources. Correspondents also write about their work and publications.

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Twitchell, Jacob Paul, 1908?-1971 -

Correspondence, news clippings, photographs, and publications including prose and poetry of Jacob Paul Twitchell, a native of Paducah, Kentucky. Includes World War II correspondence with his wife, Camille, and letters to family, friends, as well as with editors and publishers.

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Depressions -

Christmas card, with long message, written by Elizabeth of New York City to her sister (name and address unlisted). Evidently both sisters were originally from Bowling Green, Kentucky. Elizabeth comments on the Depression and expresses concern about the actions of President Roosevelt and his family, 1933. - MSS

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Kentucky Souvenir Program of the Young Democrats of America 5th Biennial National Convention, August 21-23, 1941 in Louisville, Ky. 27.9 x 21.6 cm. This item was collected by noted Louisville-area political memorabilia collector Robert V. Westerman.

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Mutersbaugh, Bert -

Presentation: "Send Money...," given by Bert Mutersbaugh, based upon World War II letters written by his brother-in-law Douglas Bales, Eminence, Missouri, while stationed at Fort Knox, Kentucky, and in Europe. Includes correspondence, etc. 1996.

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Mayo, George Morrow, 1896-1981 -

Scrapbooks (2) documenting the life and times of journalist George Morrow Mayo and his fashion designer wife Muriel L. Van Norden. Scrapbooks contain a historical narrative, articles written by Mr. Mayo, as well as photographs and other ephemera such as postcards, small maps, etc.

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Political flier distributed by the Louisville & Jefferson County Republican Campaign Committee entitled "here's what the democrats think about Kennedy!" Listing newspaper titles and dates, it quotes Harry Truman, Sen. Robert C. Byrd (W. Va.), Rep. Sam Rayburn (Texas), Sen. Wayne Morse (Oregon), Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson (Texas), Dean Acheson, Sen. Hubert Humphrey (Minnesota), Paul Butler (former Democratic National Chairman), Eleanor Roosevelt, Sen. Joseph Clark (Penn.), and Adlai E. Stevenson. [Includes union mark 22] Green ink on white paper. 18.4 x 10.2 cm. This item was collected by noted Louisville-area political memorabilia collector Robert V. Westerman.

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Brite, Henry Dearing, 1906-1976 & Elizabeth (Phillips) Brite, 1907-2000 -

Letters, programs, invitations, photographs and other political and social mementoes of Elizabeth Brite and her husband Henry, collected primarily during their years in Washington, D.C. when Elizabeth was secretary to Franklin D. Roosevelt's press secretary, Jonathan W. Daniels.