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    Eleanor Roosevelt: Autograph Letter Signed "Eleanor" as First Lady.
    -Postmarked March 21, 1936. Washington, D.C. Two pages. 6" x 7". On 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue letterhead.
    -To: Maude [Gray], Sarasota, Florida.
    -With a central horizontal fold crease and one small stain on the reverse not affecting text, else fine with the original transmittal envelope.

    Eleanor writes to her maternal aunt regarding a change in plans that might affect a proposed meeting. Of particular note Eleanor writes: "...Harry Roosevelt is ill again, his infection broke out in his thigh bone. It's hard on him and on Margaret." Harry Roosevelt succumbed to his illness later that year.

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