Eleanor Roosevelt: Signed Letters From Eleanor Roosevelt, Sara Delano Roosevelt, and Anna Roosevelt Boettiger. This lot contains signed letters from three generations of Roosevelt women: Eleanor Roosevelt, December 14, 1945. A typed one-page letter on "Mrs. F.D. Roosevelt" stationery, signed "Eleanor Roosevelt." To Linnea [Calder], a member of the family that oversaw the Roosevelt home on Campobello, regarding the disposition of property on Campobello per FDR's will; Sara Delano Roosevelt, FDR's mother: October 1 (no year). A handwritten two-page letter on "Hyde Park, Dutchess County" stationery, signed "S.D. Roosevelt." To a Mr. Vanderbilt, thanking him for gifts; and Anna Roosevelt Boettiger, daughter of FDR and Eleanor, September 25, 1945. A typed one-page letter on "Mrs. John Boettiger" stationery (Mercer Island), signed "Anna Roosevelt Boettiger." To Mr. Daniel J. Tobin of Indianapolis, thanking him for an article that he had either written or published in The International Teamster, titled "Victory is Epitaph For Roosevelt." Staple to transmittal envelope. All with the usual folds, all in fine condition.

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