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The Three GracesEleanor Roosevelt and Her Friends$
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Emily Herring Wilson

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9781469635835

Published to North Carolina Scholarship Online: January 2018

DOI: 10.5149/northcarolina/9781469635835.001.0001

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The Todhunter School

The Todhunter School

(p.120) 11 The Todhunter School
The Three Graces

Emily Herring Wilson

University of North Carolina Press

In 1926 Eleanor and Marion purchased a private school for upper-class New York girls. Marion was principal and Eleanor became one of the most popular teachers, taking her students on field trips to visit court rooms and tenement districts to broaden their educations. Eleanor commuted back and forth to Albany, where she presided as First Lady during FDR's two two terms as NY Governer, assisted by his close friend and secretary, "Missy" LeHand.

Keywords:   Eleanor Roosevelt, teaching, Marion Dickerman, Todhunter School, commute from NYC to Albany, New York Governor's Mansion, "Missy" LeHand

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