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1921

"Common Sense Versus Party Regularity." News Bulletin (League of Women Voters of New York State) (16 Sept. 1921).

1922

"The Fall Election." L.W.V. Weekly News (New York League of Women Voters) (1922).

"Organizing County Women for a Political Party." L.W.V. Weekly News (New York League of Women Voters) (1922).

1923

"American Peace Award." Ladies' Home Journal 40 (Oct. 1923): 54.

Untitled. L.W.V. Weekly News (12 Oct. 1923).

"Why I Am a Democrat." Junior League Bulletin 10 (Nov. 1923): 18-19.

"I Am a Democrat." Women's Democratic Campaign Manual, 1924. Washington: Democratic Party, National Committee 1924-1928, 1924. 85.

1924

"How to Interest Women in Voting." Women's Democratic Campaign Manual, 1924. Washington: Democratic Party, National Committee 1924-1928, 1924. 102-3.

"M'Adoo [sic] Mobilizes His Forces Here." New York Times, 8 June 1924: 5.

"Statement of Policy Committee." The Winning Plan Selected by the Jury of the American Peace Award. New York: n.p., 1924. 4-6.

"What Has Politics Gained by the Women's Vote?" National Democratic Magazine 1 (Apr. 1924): 21.

1925

"New York Rebuilt." Women's City Club Bulletin (June 1925): 5-6.

Women's Democratic News. Ed. Eleanor Roosevelt.

1926

"The Democratic Platform." Women's City Club of New York (Oct. 1926): 14-15.

1927

"As a Practical Idealist." North American Review 224 (Nov. 1927): 472-75.

Congressional Record (6 Jan. 1927): 1154.

L.W.V. Weekly News (New York League of Women Voters) (Dec. 1927).

"On Albany Hill." Quarterly (Women's City Club of New York) (June 1927).

"What I Want Most Out of Life." Success Magazine 11 (May 1927): 16-17, 70.

"What Is Being Done in Albany." Quarterly (Women's City Club of New York) (Mar. 1927): 10-11.

1928

"Committee on Legislation." Quarterly (Women's City Club of New York) (June 1928): 28-29.

"Governor Smith." Junior League Magazine 15 (Nov. 1928): 23, 110.

"Governor Smith and Our Foreign Policy." Woman's Journal n.s. 13 (Oct. 1928): 21.

"Jeffersonian Principles the Issue in 1928." Current History 28 (June 1928): 354-57.

"News of Democrats and Their Activities." Bulletin (Women's National Democratic Club) 3 (Dec. 1928): 18-19.

"Women Must Learn to Play the Game as Men Do." Redbook Magazine 50 (Apr. 1928): 78-79, 141-42.

"The Women's City Club at Albany." Quarterly (Women's City Club of New York) (Mar. 1928): 16-17.

1929

"Education for Girls." Independent Education 3 (Dec. 1929): 7-8.

1930

"Building Character." Childhood and Character 7 (May 1930): 6-7.

"Good Citizenship: The Purpose of Education." Pictorial Review 31 (Apr. 1930): 4, 94, 97.

"The Ideal Education." Woman's Journal n.s. 15 (Oct. 1930): 8-10, 36.

Introduction. Margaret Fuller. By Margaret Bell. New York: Boni, 1930. 13-14.

"Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt Looks at this Modern Housekeeping." Modern Priscilla 44 (Apr. 1930): 13, 64.

"Servants." Forum 83 (Jan. 1930): 24-28.

"A Summer Trip Abroad." Women's Democratic News 5 (Apr. 1930): 2, 12, 16; 6 (May 1930): 6, 13; 6 (June 1930): 16; 6 (Aug. 1930): 6, 16; 6 (Oct. 1930): 14, 24; 6 (Dec. 1930): 16; 6 (Feb. 1931): 14; 6 (Apr. 1931): 7, 16; 7 (May 1931): 16; 7 (July 1931): 2.

"What Is a Wife's Job Today?" Good Housekeeping (August 1930): 34-35, 166, 169-73.

"Women in Politics." Women's City Club of New York Quarterly (Jan. 1930): 5-7.

1931

"Building Character: An Editorial." Parents' Magazine 6 (June 1931): 17.

"How I Make My Husband Happy: An Interview." Babylon (N.Y.) Leader (November 30, 1931).

"Let Every Child Have His Own Library." Wings (Literary Guild of America) 5 (Jan. 1931): 16-17.

"Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt Tells the Story in a Nutshell: A Word to the Woman in the Home and to the Woman in Business by the First Lady of New York." Baltimore and Ohio Magazine 19 (May 1931): 21.

"Ten Rules for Success in Marriage." Pictorial Review 33 (Dec. 1931): 4, 36.

"This Question of Jobs." Junior League Magazine 17 (Jan. 1931): 14.

"Travels of a Democrat." Women's Democratic News (February, March, and April 1931).

1932

Introduction. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Through the Looking-Glass, and The Hunting of the Snark. By Lewis Carroll. Washington: National Home Library Foundation, 1932. [2].

Babies: Just Babies. Ed. Eleanor Roosevelt. 1-2 (Oct. 1932-June 1933).

"Be Curious and Educated!" Liberty 9 (2 July 1932): 30-31.

"Children of School Age." School Life 18 (March 1933): 121-122.

"Christmas." New York American 24 Dec. 1932.

"Economic Readjustment Necessary." Democratic Bulletin (August 1932): 14, 27.

"Grandmothers Can Still Be Young." Liberty 9 (20 Feb. 1932): 38-40.

"Grow Old Gracefully." Reader's Digest 21 (Sept. 1932): recto and verso of back cover.

"How to Choose a Candidate." Liberty 9 (5 Nov. 1932): 16-17.

Introduction. John Martin's Book: Tell Me a Story. Jacket Library, 1932.

"Make Them Believe in You: An Editorial." Babies: Just Babies 1 (Nov. 1932): 3.

"Merry Christmas! An Editorial." Babies: Just Babies 1 (Dec. 1932): 3.

"Preparing the Child for Citizenship." New York Times, 24 Apr. 1932, sect. 3: 7.

"Presenting 'Babies: Just Babies.' " Babies: Just Babies 1 (Oct. 1932): 5-6.

"Today's Girl and Tomorrow's Job." Woman's Home Companion 59 (June 1932): 11-12.

"What Are the Movies Doing to Us?" Modern Screen 4 (Nov. 1932): 26-27, 102.

"What Religion Means to Me." Forum 88 (Dec. 1932): 322B24.

"What Ten Million Women Want." Home Magazine 5 (Mar. 1932): 19-21, 86.

"Wives of Great Men." Liberty 9 (1 Oct. 1932): 12-16.

"Women's Political Responsibility." Democratic Bulletin 7 (Jan. 1932): 12.

1933

"The Camp for Unemployed Women: A Novel American Experiment Under the Relief Administration." World Today: Encyclopedia Britannica 1 (Oct. 1933): 1.

"A Child Belongs in the Country: An Editorial." Babies: Just Babies 1 (Apr. 1933): 3.

"Consider the Babies: An Editorial." Babies: Just Babies 2 (May 1933): 3.

"A Happy New Year: An Editorial." Babies: Just Babies 1 (Jan. 1933): 3.

"Has Life Been Too Easy for Us?" Liberty 10 (4 Feb. 1933): 4-7.

"I Answer Two Questions." Woman's Home Companion (Dec. 1933): 24.

"I Want You to Write to Me." Woman's Home Companion (August 1933): 4.

"In Appreciation of Anne Alive!" [Foreword] Anne Alive! A Year in the Life of a Girl of New York State. By Margaret Doane Fayerweather. New York: Junior Literary Guild & McBridge. 1933. vii-ix.

"Lives of Great Men: An Editorial." Babies: Just Babies 1 (Feb. 1933): 3.

"The Married Woman in Business." Woman's Home Companion (Nov. 1933): 4.

"Mobilization for Human Needs." Democratic Digest 8 (Nov. 1933): 3.

"Mrs. Roosevelt Replies to the Letter of an Unknown Woman." McCall's 60 (Mar. 1933): 4.

"Mrs. Roosevelt Urges Women to Have Courage of Convictions and to Stand on Own Feet." Clubwoman GFWC (General Federation of Women's Clubs) 13 (Feb. 1933): 10.

"On Girls Learning to Drink." Literary Digest (January 1933): 3.

"Passing Thoughts of Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt." Women's Democratic News 8 (February 1933): 6.

"Passing Thoughts of Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt." Women's Democratic News 9 (June 1933): 6-7.

"Ratify the Child Labor Amendment." Woman's Home Companion (September 1933): 4.

"Recreation as a Preparation for Life." Recreation 27 (Nov. 1933): 374, 394.

"Setting Our House in Order." Woman's Home Companion (October 1933): 4.

"Should a Wife Support Herself?" Every Woman 1 (July 1933): 9.

"The State's Responsibility for Fair Working Conditions." Scribner's Magazine 93 (Mar. 1933): 140.

"What I Hope to Leave Behind." Pictorial Review 34 (Apr. 1933): 4, 45.

"When Nature Smiles: An Editorial." Babies: Just Babies 2 (June 1993): 3.

"White House to Mrs. Roosevelt." New York Times, 2 Apr. 1933, sect. 2: 1-2.

1934

"Adventures with Early American Furniture." House & Garden 65 (Feb. 1934): 21-23.

"Appreciations." Miss Wylie of Vassar. Ed. Elisabeth Woodbridge Morris. New Haven: Yale University Press for the Laura J. Wylie Memorial Associates. 149-55.

"By Car and Tent." Woman's Home Companion (Aug. 1934): 4.

"Exposition Farms: A New Idea in Experimental Farming." Consumers' Guide 1 (13 Aug. 1934): 3-4.

"First Lady Pleads for Old Age Pensions." Social Security 8 (Feb. 1934): 3-4.

Foreword. Getting Acquainted with Your Children. By James W. Howard. New York: Leisure League of America, 1934. 5-6.

"I Have Confidence in Our Common Sense." Woman's Home Companion (June 1934): 4.

"Learning to Teach." Virginia Teacher 15 (May 1934): 100-101.

"Let Us Be Thankful." Woman's Home Companion (Nov. 1934): 4.

"Living and Preparation for Life Through Recreation. Recreation 28 (Nov. 1934): 366-369.

"A Message to Parents and Teachers." Progressive Education 11 (Jan. 1934): 38-39.

"The National Conference on the Education of Negroes." The Journal of Negro Education 3 (Oct. 1934): 575-575.

"The New Governmental Interest in the Arts." American Magazine of Art 27 (Sept. 1934): 47.

"On Education." School Life 19 (Jan. 1934): 102-3.

"Our Island Possessions." Woman's Home Companion (Oct. 1934): 4.

"The Power of Knowledge." Woman's Home Companion 3 (Mar. 1934): 5.

"Recreation." Woman's Home Companion (Jan. 1934): 4.

"The Right to Give." Woman's Home Companion (Dec. 1934): 21.

"Subsistence Farmsteads." Forum 91 (Apr. 1934): 199-201.

"Too Old for the Job." Woman's Home Companion (Feb. 1934): 4.

"Traditional Holidays." Woman's Home Companion (Sept. 1934): 4.

"Youth Facing the Future." Woman's Home Companion (May 1934): 4.

"What Does the Public Expect from Nursing?" American Journal of Nursing 34 (July 1934): 637-640.

"The Woman's Crusade." Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine 68 (Jan. 1934): 8-1.

"The Women Go After the Facts about Milk Consumption." Consumers' Guide 1(28 May 1934): 3-5.

1935

"Because the War Idea Is Obsolete." Why Wars Must Cease. Ed. Rose Young. New York: Macmillan, 1935. 20-29.

"Building for the Future." Woman's Home Companion (Feb. 1935): 4.

"Can a Woman Ever Be President of the United States?" Cosmopolitan (Oct. 1935): 22B23, 120-21.

"Children." Hearst's International Cosmopolitan (Jan. 1935): 24-27.

"Facing Forward." Woman's Home Companion (Jan. 1935): 4.

"Facing the Problems of Youth." National Parent-Teacher 29 (Feb. 1935): 30.

"Facing the Problems of Youth." Journal of Social Hygiene 21 (Oct. 1935): 393-94.

"Five Years: What Have They Done To Us?" Hearst's International Cosmopolitan (Jan. 1935): 24-27, 146-147.

"Gardens." Woman's Home Companion (March 1935): 4.

"In Defense of Curiosity." Saturday Evening Post 208 (24 Aug. 1935): 8-9, 64-66.

"In Everlasting Remembrance." Woman's Home Companion (May 1935): 4.

"Jane Addams." Democratic Digest 12 (June 1935): 3.

"Maternal Mortality." Woman's Home Companion. (July 1935): 4.

"Mountains of Courage." This Week (4 Nov. 1935): 7, 25.

"Mrs. Roosevelt Believes in Paroles and Providing Jobs for Released Men." Periscope (U.S.N.E.P. Lewisburg, Pa.) 3 (Oct. 1935): 5-6.

"The Place of Women in the Community." National Education Association Proceedings. 1935: 313-316.

"Traveling Thoughts of Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt." Women's Democratic News 11 (Oct. 1935): 6-7.

"Tree Worship." Woman's Home Companion (July 1935): 4.

"We Can't Wait for the Millennium." Liberty (1935): 18-20.

"We Need Private Charity." Current Controversy (Nov. 1935): 6, 47.

"Woman's Work Is Never Done." Woman's Home Companion (April 1935): 4.

1936

"About State Institutions." Caswell News (Caswell Training School, Kinston, N.C.) 1 (May 1936): 3, 8.

"Are We Overlooking the Pursuit of Happiness?" Parent's Magazine 11 (Sept. 1936): 21, 67.

Bulletin (National Committee on Household Employment) 4 (Jan. 1936).

"A Fortnight in the White House." Women's Democratic News (New York State Section of the Democratic Digest) (Feb. 1936): 3-4.

"Goal Kicks for '36." School Life 21 (Jan. 1936): 105.

"The Homesteads Are Making Good." Democratic Digest 13 (Mar. 1936): 10.

"A Month at the White House." Women's Democratic News (New York State Section of the Democratic Digest) (June 1936): 3.

"The Negro and Social Change." Opportunity (Jan. 1936): 22-23.

"Persistence Wins." School Press Review (Oct. 1936): 1-2.

"Safeguard the Children." American Child 18 (Jan. 1936): 1.

"The Unemployed Are Not a Strange Race." Democratic Digest (June 1936): 19.

"What Libraries Mean to the Nation." American Library Association Bulletin (June 1936): 477-79.

"The White House and Here and There." Women's Democratic News (New York State Section of the Democratic Digest) (July 1937): 2.

1937

"A Busy Month in and out of the White House." Women's Democratic News (New York State Section of the Democratic Digest) (July 1937): 2.

"A Christmas Letter." Post-Intelligencer [Seattle, Wash.], 25 Nov. 1937.

"A Christmas-Spirited Housecleaning." Reader's Digest 31 (31 Dec. 1937): verso of front cover, recto and verso of back cover.

"Highlights of a Busy Month." Women's Democratic News (New York State Section of the Democratic Digest) (May 1937): 2.

"Highlights of a Month at the White House."Women's Democratic News (New York State Section of the Democratic Digest) (Aug. 1937): 2, 4.

"Highlights of the Past Few Months." Women's Democratic News (New York State Section of the Democratic Digest) (Mar. 1937): 2.

"In Praise of Molly Dewson." Democratic Digest 14 (Nov. 1937): 15.

"A Month in the White House." Women's Democratic News (New York State Section of the Democratic Digest) (Apr. 1937): 2, 4.

"My Month." Women's Democratic News (New York State Section of the Democratic Digest) (Dec. 1937): 3.

"A Peaceful Month in the Country." Women's Democratic News (New York State Section of the Democratic Digest) (Oct. 1937): 2, 4.

"Questions." Progressive Education 14 (Oct. 1937): 407.

"Should Wives Work?" Good Housekeeping 105 (Dec. 1937): 28-29, 211-12.

"South by Motor and West by Plane." Women's Democratic News (New York State Section of the Democratic Digest) (July 1937): 2.

"This Is My Story." Ladies' Home Journal 54 (Apr. 1937): 11-13, 48, 50, 53, 55; 54 (May 1937): 14-15, 47-48, 50, 52-53; 54 (June 1937): 14-15, 100, 102-4, 106-7; 54 (July 1937): 22, 76-80; 54 (Aug. 1937): 29, 68-70, 72; 54 (Sept. 1937): 30, 52-53, 55-56; 54 (Oct. 1937): 18, 88, 90, 93, 95; 54 (Nov. 1937): 19, 55-56, 58-60, 63; 54 (Dec. 1937): 29, 49, 51-52, 54-55; 55 (Jan. 1938): 23, 55-57.

"A Vacation Month Spent in Guest House at the Val-Kill Cottages." Women's Democratic News (New York State Section of the Democratic Digest) (Sept. 1937): 2, 4.

Foreword. The White House: An Informal History of Its Architecture, Interiors and Gardens. By Ethel Lewis. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1937, v-vi.

"When the First Lady of the Land Entertains: An Interview." Democratic Digest 14 (Sept. 1937): 16-17.

1938

"Americans I Admire." Woman's Day 1 (Sept. 1938): 4-5, 43-44; 2 (Nov. 1938): 8-9, 42; 2 (Jan. 1939): 8-9, 43; 2 (Mar. 1939): 16, 49.

"Cherry Blossom Time in Washington." Reader's Digest 32 (Apr. 1938): 57-58.

"Cherry-Blossom Time." Reader's Digest 32 (Apr. 1938): 228c.

"A Christmas Letter." Post-Intelligencer [Seattle, Wash.], 24 Nov. 1938.

"Divorce." Ladies' Home Journal 55 (Apr. 1938): 16.

"Education, a Child's Life." Progressive Education 15 (Oct. 1938): 451.

"Henry Street's Pioneer." Rev. of Lillian Wald: Neighbor and Crusader by R. L. Duffus. Survey Graphic 27 (Dec. 1938): 616.

"Lady Bountiful Rolls up Her Sleeves." Reader's Digest 32 (Mar. 1938): 53-55.

"Mrs. Roosevelt Answers Mr. Wells on The Future of the Jews." Liberty 15 (31 Dec. 1938): 4-5.

"My Children." McCall's (Apr. 1938): 4, 75.

"My Day." Consumers' Cooperative 24 (Feb. 1938): 19.

"My Days." Quote 1 (Nov. 1938): 36-37.

"My Home." McCall's (Feb. 1938): 4, 46, 132.

"My Job." McCall's (Mar. 1938): 4, 68.

"My Month." Women's Democratic News (New York State Section of the Democratic Digest) (Feb. 1938): 2, 4.

"On Teachers and Teaching." Harvard Educational Review 8 (Oct. 1938): 423-24.

"Resolutions I Wish Consumers Would Make for 1938: A Dozen Targets for Consumers Who Want to Make Their Buying Power Count Toward a Better New Year." Consumers' Guide 4 (3 Jan. 1938): 3-8.

"Seeking a Place in Community." Southern Workman 67 (June 1938): 165-171.

"Should Married Women Work? A Californian Asks Mrs. Roosevelt to Explain Her Statement in the Democratic Digest." Democratic Digest 15 (May 1938): 24.

"Success Formula for Public-Spirited Women." Democratic Digest 15 (Aug. 1938): 39.

"Trialog on Office Holders." Independent Woman (Jan. 1938): 17-18.

"Two Paths to Peace." Democratic Digest (Aug. 1938): 19.

"Youth." Hearst's International Cosmopolitan (Feb. 1938): 26-27, 134B36.

1939

"Adventures with Early American Furniture." House and Garden (Feb. 1939): 21-23.

"American Democracy and Youth." New University (Mar. 1939): 7-8.

"Challenge." The Guardian (Dec. 1939): 1-2.

Common Sense Neutrality. Ed. Paul Comly French. New York: Hastings, 1939. 182-97.

"Conquer Fear and You Will Enjoy Living." Look 3 (23 May 1939): 6-11.

"Current Quotations." Education Digest 4 (May 1939): 7.

"Do Our Young People Need Religion?" Liberty 16 (17 June 1939): 12-13.

"Eleanor Roosevelt Says." Educational Music Magazine 18 (Jan./Feb. 1939): 6-7.

"Flying Is Fun." Collier's 103 (22 Apr. 1939): 15, 88-89.

"Food in America." Woman's Day (Oct. 1939): 27-29, 33.

"Good Manners." Ladies' Home Journal 56 (June 1939): 21, 116-17.

"Government Becomes Alive." Daily Times [Chicago, Ill.], 6 Sept. 1939: 55.

"Keepers of Democracy." Virginia Quarterly Review 15 (Jan. 1939): 1-5.

"Mrs. Roosevelt Awards Medal." Crisis (Sept. 1939): 265, 285.

"Mrs. Roosevelt Counsels Women." Democratic Digest 16 (Jan. 1939): 11.

"Mrs. Roosevelt on Democratic Women's Day." Democratic Digest 16 (Dec. 1939): 29.

"Our American Homes." Child Study 16 (May 1939): 182.

"Security Begins Beyond the City Limits." Hearst's International Cosmopolitan 106 (May 1939): 38-39, 90-91.

"Security for Youth and Age." Time (March 6, 1939): 11.

"Talk to Birds." Good Housekeeping 109 (Dec. 1939): 27-29.

To Enrich Young Life: Ten Years with the Junior Literary Guild in the Schools of Our Country. Garden City: Junior Literary Guild, 1939. [24].

"A Vision for Today." New York Times Magazine, 24 Dec. 1939: 4.

"War! What the Women of America Can Do to Prevent It." Woman's Day 2 (Apr. 1939): 4-5, 46B47.

Introduction. Washington, Nerve Center. The Face of America. By Edwin Rosskam; Ruby A. Black, co-editor. New York: Alliance, 1939. 5-6.

"Why I Am Against the People's Vote on War." Liberty 16 (8 Apr. 1939): 7-8.

"Why I Am a Democrat." Junior League (Sept. 1939): 29, 60.

"Women in Politics." Democratic Digest 16 (July 1939): 13-14.

"The Women of America Must Fight." This Week Magazine 16 (2 July 1939): 7.

"You Can Prevent Crime." Woman (Nov. 1939): 36-37.

1940

"The American Home and Present Day Conditions." What's New in Home Economics 4 (April 1940): 1, 11.

"Art and Our Warring World." Round Table (November 24, 1940).

Foreword. American Youth: An Enforced Reconnaissance. Ed. Thacher Winslow and Frank P. Davidson. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1940. ix-xi.

Foreword. American Youth Today. By Leslie A. Gould. New York: Random House, 1940. vii-viii.

"Christmas 1940: A Short Story." Liberty (28 Dec. 1940): 10-13.   Also published as "Christmas: A Story." Eleanor Roosevelt's Christmas Book. New York: Dodd, Mead. 1963. 3-5.

"Civil Liberties, the Individual and the Crisis." Reference Shelf 14 (1940): 173-182.

"Eleanor Roosevelt on Recreation." Recreation 34 (Dec. 1940): 570.

"Farm Youth of Today." American Farm Youth 6 (Nov. 1940): 3.

"Fear Is the Enemy." Nation 150 (10 Feb. 1940): 173.

"A Guest Editorial." Opportunity 18 (Mar. 1940): 66.

Foreword. Happy Times in Czechoslovakia. By Libushka Bartusek. New York: Knopf, 1940. [iii].

"Helping Them to Help Themselves." Rotarian 56 (Apr. 1940): 8-11.

"Helping People to Help Themselves." Ladies' Home Journal 57 (Aug. 1940): 12.

"Homes for Americans: An Editorial." Woman's Day 3 (Apr. 1940): 3.

"In Appreciation." Synagogue Light 8 (Oct. 1940): 4.

"Insuring Democracy." Collier's 105 (15 June 1940): 87-88.

"Intolerance." Cosmopolitan (Feb. 1940): 24B25, 102-3.

"The Man from Jail." World Digest 12 (June 1940): 61-62.

"Men Have to Be Humored." Woman's Day 3 (Aug. 1940): 12-13, 58.

"Mrs. Roosevelt's Advice on Public Speaking." Democratic Digest 17 (Feb. 1940): 3.

"Mrs. Roosevelt Speaks." Democratic Digest 17 (Aug. 1940): 16.

"My Advice to American Youth." Look 4 (27 Aug. 1940): 56B58.

"Read the Bill of Rights." Democratic Digest 17 (Jan. 1940): 12.

"Shall We Enroll Aliens? No." Liberty 17 (3 Feb. 1940): 13.

"Sixty Years Consecutive ORT Work." ORT Economic Bulletin 1 (Nov. 40): 1-2.

"A Spanking." Liberty 17 (22 June 1949): 6-8.

"Twenty-four Hours." Ladies' Home Journal 57 (Oct. 1940): 20, 58, 60.

"What Can We Do for Youth?" Occupations 19 (Oct. 1940): 9-10.

"What Value Has the Ballot for Women?" Democratic Digest 17 (June/July 1940): 25.

"The White House Speaks." Ladies' Home Journal 57 (June 1940): 21, 121-24.

"Why I Still Believe in the Youth Congress." Liberty 17 (20 Apr. 1940): 30-32.

"Women in Politics." Good Housekeeping 110 (Jan. 1940): 8-19, 150;110 (Mar. 1940): 45, 68; 110 (Apr. 1940): 45, 201-3.

"Women in Politics." Woman's Press (Y.W.C.A.) (Apr. 1940): 165.

Foreword. Youth: Millions Too Many? A Search for Youth's Place in America. By Bruce L. Melvin. New York: Association Press, 1940. 5-6.

1941

[Review]. The American Presidency: An Interpretation. By Harold J. Laski. Harvard Law Review 54 (June 1941): 1413-14.

"Appreciating the Great Outdoors." Student Life 7 (May 1941): 2.

"Defense and Girls." Ladies' Home Journal 58 (May 1941): 25, 54.

"Girls and National Defense." Women in America: Half of History. Ed. Mary Kay Tetreault. Chicago: Rand McNally, 1978. 60-64.

"First Lady Addresses Workers' Wives." Trade Union Courier 6 (1 Sept. 1941): 6.

"First Lady in Her Own Right." Echo. (March 1941): 3-5.

"If I Were a Freshman . . ." Threshold 1 (Oct. 1941): 5-6.

"Important as Ever." Our Bill of Rights: What It Means to Me, a National Symposium. By James Waterman Wise. New York: Bill of Rights Sesqui-centennial, 1941. 116.

"An Inspiration to All." Opinion 12 (Nov. 1941): 12.

"Know What We Defend." Democratic Digest 18 (May 3, 1941): 12-13.

"Larder for the Democracies." Democratic Digest 18 (Oct. 1941): 7.

"My Week." Our Country 1 (May 1941): 16.

Foreword. The New Program of the United States Committee of International Student Service. New York: The Committee, 1941. 4-5.

"Our Widening Horizon." Democratic Digest 18 (Feb. 1941): 9.

"Shall We Draft American Women?" Liberty 18 (13 Sept. 1941): 10-11.

"Social Gains and Defense." Common Sense 10 (March 1941): 71-77.

"Speech Training for Youth." Quarterly Journal of Speech 27 (Oct. 1941): 369-71.

"Tower Club." The Tower: Yearbook of the Tower Club, Ohio State University, 1941. 2.

"Weaving: An Old American Handicraft." Woman's Day (Feb. 1941): 27-28.

"What Does Pan-American Friendship Mean?" Liberty 18 (4 Oct. 1941): 10-11 and Congressional Record Appendix (22 Oct. 1941): A4784-85.

"What Is the Matter with Women?" Liberty 18 (3 May 1941): 12-13.

"What Must We Do to Improve the Health and Well-Being of the American People?" Town Meeting (December 8, 1941): 13-22.

"What's Wrong with the Draft." Look 5 (15 July 1941): 23-25.

"Women in Defense: A Script by Mrs. Roosevelt." New York Times Magazine, 7 Dec. 1941: 6-7.

1942

"Attitudes of Youth and Morale." The Family in a World at War edited by D. M. Gruenberg. Harper and Brothers, 1942.

Foreword. ABorn in the USA." Baby Talk 7 (July 1942): 11.

"The Community and Morale." Educational Record 23 (Jan. 1942): 63-68.

"The Democratic Effort." Common Ground 2 (Spring 1942): 9-10.

"Education Is the Cornerstone on Which We Must Build Liberty." Education for Victory 1 (1 Apr. 1942): 1.

"For American Unity." American Unity 1 (Oct. 1942): 3.

"How about Your Vacation?" Cosmopolitan (Apr. 1942): 28-29.

"The Issue Is Freedom." Rev. of American Unity and Asia. by Perl Buck. New Republic 107 (3 Aug. 1942): 147-48.

"Let Us Earn a True Peace." Country Gentleman 112 (Dec. 1942): 9, 52-53.

"Let Us Have Faith in Democracy." Land Policy Review 5 (Jan. 1942): 20-22.

"Marching . . . with Eleanor Roosevelt: This Month Your Government Asks That You . . ." McCall's 69 (Mar. 1942): 57.

"Messages." Free World 4 (Oct. 1942): 7-18.

"Mobilizing Human Skills." Common Sense 11 (July 1942): 240-42.

"Mrs. Roosevelt Sends Columbus Day Message to Jewish People Through Jewish Mirror." Jewish Mirror 1 (Oct. 1942): 3.

"Must We Hate to Fight? No." Saturday Review of Literature 25 (4 July 1942): 13.

"My Day." Democratic Digest 19 (Sept. 1942): 14.

"My Day: The Polish Day." Pulaski Foundation Bulletin 1 (Dec. 1942): 3.

"Race, Religion and Prejudice." New Republic 106 (11 May 1942): 630.

Preface. Refugees at Work. Comp. Sophia M. Robinson. New York: King's Crown, 1942. [v]Bvi.

Special Issue on Morale. Ed. Eleanor Roosevelt. Saturday Review of Literature 25 (4 July 1942).

"To Care for Him Who Shall Have Borne the Battle." Collier's 110 (28 Nov. 1942): 20.

"War Work Is Not Enough." Democratic Digest 19 (Oct. 1942): cover, 10, 14.

"What Is Morale." Saturday Review of Literature 25 (4 July 1942): 12.

"What We Are Fighting For." American Magazine 134 (July 1942): 16-17, 60-62.

1943

"Abolish Jim Crow!" New Threshold 1 (Aug. 1943): 4, 34.

"The Four Equalities." Negro Digest 1 (Sept. 1943): 81-83.

"The Case Against the Negro Press. Con." Negro Digest 1 (Feb. 1943): 53.

"A Challenge to American Sportsmanship." Collier's 112 (16 Oct. 1943): 21, 71.

"Eleanor Roosevelt Visits the South Pacific: As the First Lady Views It." Democratic Digest 20 (Sept. 1943): 8-9.

"First Lady on Home Safety." Home Safety Review 1 (May/June 1943): 10, 15.

"Freedom: Promise or Fact." Negro Digest 1 (Oct. 1943): 8-9.

"How Britain Is Treating Our Soldier Boys and Girls."Ladies' Home Journal 60 (Feb. 1943): 24B25, 125-26.

"It's a Ladies' Fight." Kelly Magazine (San Antonio Air Service Command) 1 (Christmas 1943): 7.

"It's Patriotic to Teach." Educational Leadership 1 (Oct. 1943): 3 and Teacher's Digest 4 (Feb. 1944): 56.

"A Message to the Mountain Folk." Arcadian Life Magazine 2 (Spring/Summer 1943): 5.

"Monthly Posters Are Vital in War Bond Sale." Minute Man 2 (15 May 1943): 5.

"Noted Women Write on World We Want: First Article by Mrs. Roosevelt." Christian Science Monitor 5 Jan. 1943, Atlantic ed.: 8.

"The World We Want." Letter from America 13 (22 Jan. 1943): 1.

"The Red Cross in the South Seas." Ladies' Home Journal 60 (Dec. 1943): 30, 158-60.

"Studying Spanish." Saturday Review of Literature 26 (10 Apr. 1943): 10.

"They Talk Our Language Differently." Collier's 111 (27 Feb. 1943): 18, 20, 22.

"Trained Minds and Trained Hearts." Smith Alumnae Quarterly 34 (May 1943): 125.

"Women at War in Great Britain." Ladies' Home Journal 60 (Apr. 1943): 22-25, 70, 72.

Women Students: the Men Are Counting on You!" Intercollegian 61 (Dec. 1943): 7.

"Your New World." Life Story 7 (Feb. 1943): 33.

1944

"American Red Cross 'Down Under' " American Lawn Tennis 37 (Apr. 1944): 16-17.

"The American Spirit." Congressional Weekly 11 (June 9, 1944): 10-11.

"American Women in the War." Reader's Digest 44 (Jan. 1944): 42-44.

"As Johnny Thinks of Home: He Idealizes What He Left Behind." Social Action 10 (15 Mar. 1944): 5-7.

"Eleanor Roosevelt Says." Ammunition (UAW-CIO) 2 (Aug. 1944): 1.

"Equality Is Labor's Cause." Workmen's Circle Call 12 (July 1944): 10.

"Henry Wallace's Democracy." Rev. of Democracy Reborn by Henry Wallace. New Republic 111 (7 Aug. 1944): 165-66.

"How to Take Criticism." Ladies' Home Journal 61 (Nov. 1944): 155, 171.

"If You Ask Me." Reader's Digest 45 (Sept. 1944): 100-101.

"In Unity There Is Strength." Workmen's Circle Call 12 (July 1944): 10.

"Is the Human Race Worth Saving?" Liberty 21 (23 Dec. 1944): 15, 54.

"It's Patriotic to Teach." Teacher's Digest 4 (Feb. 1944): 56.

"New Stepping Stones in the Pacific." Survey Graphic 33 (Jan. 1944): 5.

"Our Homes in the Post-War World." National Parent-Teacher 38 (June 1944): 227-23.

"The South in Postwar America." Southern Patriot 2 (June 1944): 1-2.

"To the Women of the B & O Family." Baltimore and Ohio Magazine 30 (June 1944): 3.

"We Must Have Compulsory Service." Parents' Magazine 19 (Nov. 1944): 16-18.

"Should the U.S. Adopt Peacetime Compulsory Military Training? Pro." Congressional Digest 24 (Jan. 1945): 16.

"What I Saw in the South Seas." Ladies' Home Journal 61 (Feb. 1944): 26127, 88-90.

"What Kind of World Are We Fighting For?" Canadian Home Journal (Jan. 1944): 12-13.

"What Will Happen to Women War Workers in Post-War America." Southern Patriot 2 (Apr. 1944): 1-2.

"What Will Victory Bring?" Argosy 318 (Apr. 1944): 16-17.

"Woman's Place After the War." Click 7 (Aug. 1944): 17-19.

"Women at the Peace Conference." Reader's Digest 44 (Apr. 1944): 48-49.

Foreword. "Women in the Postwar World." Journal of Educational Sociology 17 (Apr. 1944): 449-50.

"Young Men Must Look Forward." Future 6 (June 1944): 9.

1945

"Address to Conference on Educational Programs for Veterans." Education for Victory 3 (April 1945): 1-3.

"From the Melting Pot: An American Race." Liberty 22 (14 July 1945): 17, 89.

"If You Ask Me." Negro Digest 3 (Feb. 1945): 9-10.

"Milestone in Human Relations." Council Women (National Council of Jewish Women) 7 (May/June 1945): 4-5, 16.

"One of Many." Reader's Digest 46 (June 1945): 26.

"Personal Sorrow Lost in Humanity's Sadness." Democratic Digest 22 (June 1945): 9.

"Mrs. Roosevelt Says." Bayonet 1 (Jan. 1945): 16.

"Music in the White House." Your Music (Nov. 1945).

"Now for the World We Are Fighting For." Modern Mystic and Monthly Science Review 5 (July 1945): 124-25.

"Tolerance Is an Ugly Word." Coronet 18 (July 1945): 118 and Negro Digest 3 (Oct. 1945): 7-8.

Introduction. The White House Conference on Rural Education, October 3, 4, and 5, 1944. Washington: National Education Association of the U.S., n.d. 11-13.

"You Can't Pauperize Children." Ladies' Home Journal 62 (Sept. 1945): 128-29.

1946

"American Women in the War." Reader's Digest (Jan. 1946): 42-44.

"Can America Be Prosperous in a Sea of Misery?" Ladies' Home Journal (May 1946), 35, 131-132, 134.

Foreword. As He Saw It. By Elliott Roosevelt. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1946. vii-ix.

Congressional Record (18 July 1946): 9401.

"Eleanor Roosevelt to the German American." German American 5 (15 Oct. 1946): 3.

"For an International Bill of Rights." Democratic Digest 23 (July 1946): 4-5.

"Human Rights and Human Freedom." New York Times Magazine, 26 March 1946: 21.

"If You Ask Mrs. Roosevelt." Practical English 2 (17 Mar. 1947): 7.

"Importance of Background Knowledge in Building for the Future." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 246 (July 1946): 9-12.

Preface. The Jew in American Life. By James Waterman Wise. New York: Messner, 1946. 5-6.

"A Message to American Girls." American Girl 29 (Feb. 1946): 4.

"The Minorities Question." Toward a Better World. Ed. William Scarlett. Philadelphia: Winston, 1946. 35-39 and in Christianity Takes a Stand: An Approach to the Issues of Today, a Symposium. Penguin, 612. Ed. William Scarlett. New York: Penguin, 1946. 72-76.

"The Refugees Place in American Life." Talks (CBS) IV (January 1946): 28-29.

"Mrs. Roosevelt Speaks." Summary (Elmira, N.Y. Reformatory) 64 (29 Mar. 1946): 2.

"My Father and I." New York Times Magazine, 16 June 1946: 28.

"The People Interview Mrs. Roosevelt." Saturday Review of Literature 29 (23 Mar. 1946): 24.

"The United Nations and You. Vital Speeches of the Day 112 (May 1, 1946): 444-45.

"U.S. Position on International Refugee Organizations." Department of State Bulletin 15 (Nov. 24, 1946): 935-38.

"Why I Do Not Choose to Run." Look 10 (9 July 1946): 25-26.

"Why I Travel." Holiday (Apr. 1946): 24-26.

1947

Babies Keep Coming: An Anthology. Ed. Rebecca Reyher. New York: Whittlesey House-McGraw-Hill, 1947. 400-1.

Foreword. F.D.R. Columnist: The Uncollected Columns of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Ed. Donald Scott Carmichael. Chicago: Pellegrini & Cudahy, 1947. [ii-iii].

Foreword. F.D.R.: His Personal Letters, Early Years. Ed. Elliott Roosevelt. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1947. xv-xvi.

"I Tell My Life Story in Pictures." Look 11 (16 Sept. 1947): 26-33.

"If I Had It All to Do Over Again." Babies Keep Coming: An Anthology. Ed. Rebecca Reyher. New York: Whittlesey House-McGraw-Hill, 1947. 321-23.

"In Pursuit of Happiness." Woman's Journal 11 (Aug. 1947): 20.

"International Bill of Human Rights." Methodist Woman 8 (Nov. 1947) 14.

"Message from Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Chairman, Commission on Human Rights." United Nations Weekly Bulletin 2 (25 Feb. 1947): 170.

"Roosevelt Christening Charm." Babies Keep Coming: An Anthology. Ed. Rebecca Reyher. New York: Whittlesey House-McGraw-Hill, 1947. 123-24.

"The Russians Are Tough." Look 11 (18 Feb. 1947): 65-69.

"Should a Negro Boy Ask a White Girl to Dance?" Negro Digest 6 (Dec. 1947): 41-42.

"Women and the United Nations." General Federation Clubwomen 27 (Sept. 1947):17-18.

1948

"Acceptance Address." Bryn Mawr Alumnae Bulletin 28 (April 1948).

"A Comment by the Commission Chairman: Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt." United Nations Bulletin 5 (1 July 1948): 521.

"A Decade of Democratic Women's Days." Democratic Digest 25 (Aug. 1948): 16.

Foreword. F.D.R.: His Personal Letters, 1905-1928. Ed. Elliott Roosevelt and James N. Rosenau. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1948. xvii-xix.

"He Learned to Bear It." The Roosevelt Treasury. Ed. James N. Rosenau. Garden City: Doubleday, 1951. 74-75.

"Letters from Our Honeymoon." Ladies' Home Journal 65 (Dec. 1948): 42-43, 95-97, 99, 102, 104-105.

"Liberals in This Year of Decision." The Christian Register 127 (June 1948): 26128, 33.

"Plain Talk about Wallace." Democratic Digest 25 (Apr. 1948): 2.

"The Promise of Human Rights." Foreign Affairs 26 (Apr. 1948): 470-77.

"Toward Human Rights Throughout the World." Democratic Digest 25 (Feb. 1948): 14-15.

1949

Editorial. ADA World 3 (20 Apr. 1949): 2.

Introduction. Freedom's Charter: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Headline Series, 76. By O. Frederick Nolde. New York: Foreign Policy Association, 1949. 3-4 and Headline Series, 76. By O. Frederick Nolde. Millwood: Kraus Reprint, 1973. 3-4.

"Human Rights." Peace on Earth. New York: Hermitage House, 1949. 65-71.

"If You Ask Me." Negro Digest 7 (July 1949): 207-23.

"Importance of the Covenant." United Nations Bulletin 7 (1 July 1949): 3 and The Covenant on Human Rights. By Charles Malik and Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt. New York: International Documents Service, 1949. 4-5.

Foreword. Mark Twain and Franklin D. Roosevelt. By Cyril Clemens. Webster Groves: International Mark Twain Society, 1949. [11].

"International Children's Emergency Fund." Relief for Children Department of State Publication 3415, International Organization and Conference Series III, 24. (Feb. 1949): 1-8.

"Making Human Rights Come Alive." Phi Delta Kappan 31 (Sept. 1949): 23-28.

"A Message to College Men." Prologue (Bowdoin College) 2 (May 1949): 7.

"Messages on Human Rights." United Nations Bulletin 7 (15 Dec. 1949): 743-45, 747-49.

"The Rights of Assembly." United Nations Bulletin 6 (Jan. 1, 1949): 5.

"This I Remember." McCall's 76 (June 1949): 11-15, 116-128, 138-39, 141-42, 144-49, 156, 159, 163-64; 76 (July 1949): 16-19, 95-98, 101-2, 109-12, 120, 123-24, 1277-28; 76 (Aug. 1949): 14-15, 99-102, 109-13, 116, 1197-20, 123-24, 1277-28; 76 (Sept. 1949): 16-17, 111-16, 128, 130, 132-39, 143-45, 148; 77 (Oct. 1949): 18-19, 33-34, 36-8, 40-42, 44, 46, 59-60, 62, 66-70, 80; 77 (Nov. 1949): 207-21, 1127-26, 136; 77 (Dec. 1949): 207-23, 80, 82, 84, 86, 88-89, 91.

"Universal Declaration of Human Rights." School Life 31 (Mar. 1949): 8-10.

"What I Think of the United Nations." United Nations World 3 (Aug. 1949): 39-41, 48.

"Eleanor Roosevelt: The United Nations." Annals of America. Vol. 16. Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica, 1968. 613-17.

1950

"A Brief History of the Drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and of the Draft Covenant on Human Rights." Negro History Bulletin 14 (Nov. 1950): 29-30, 46.

"Continue the Fight for Better Schools." School Life 33 (Dec. 1950): 33-34.

Foreword. F.D.R.: His Personal Letters, 1928-1945. Ed. Elliott Roosevelt and Joseph P. Lash. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1950. xvii.

"A Front on Which We May Serve." United Nations World 4 (June 1950): 50-51.

"If I Were a Republican Today." Cosmopolitan 128 (June 1950): 29, 172.

"A Message to Boys' Village . . . and You!" Southwest Louisiana Boys' Village News 3 (Aug. 1950): cover.

"Mrs. Roosevelt Discusses Human Rights." United Nations Reporter 3 (Apr. 1950): 3.

Foreword. Pandit Nehru's Discovery of America. By Philip Pothens. Madras: Indian Press, 1950. 9.

"The Real Perle Mesta." Flair 1 (Oct. 1950): 31, 110.

"Reason . . . Must . . . Dominate . . ." United Nations Bulletin 8 (1 Apr. 1950): 327.

"This I Believe about Public Schools." The Nation's Schools 45 (March 1950): 31-36.

"This I Remember." Omnibook 12 (May 1950): 1-45.

"United Nations: All of Us Can Help." Book of Knowledge 1950 Annual. New York: Grolier Society, 1950. 161-62.

"What Liberty Means to Me." Liberty (1950) and The Liberty Years, 1924-1940. Ed. Allen Churchill. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1969. 426-27.

"Women Have Come a Long Way." Harper's 201 (Oct. 1950): 74-76.

Introduction. The World We Saw. By Mary Bell Decker. New York: R. Smith, 1950. 3.

1951

"A Collector's Characteristics." The Roosevelt Treasury. Ed. James N. Rosenau. Garden City: Doubleday, 1951. 197-201.

"The Elementary Teacher as a Champion of Human Rights." Instructor 61 (Sept. 1951): 7.

"The Faces of the People." The Roosevelt Treasury. Ed. James N. Rosenau. Garden City: Doubleday, 1951. 445-49.

"Franklin Was a Practical Politician." The Roosevelt Treasury. Ed. James N. Rosenau. Garden City: Doubleday, 1951. 380-81.

"He Disliked Being Disagreeable." The Roosevelt Treasury. Ed. James N. Rosenau. Garden City: Doubleday, 1951. 155-57.

"The Home: A Citadel of Freedom." Jewish Parents Magazine (Apr. 1951): 4-5.

Introduction. No Time for Tears. By Charles H. Andrews. Garden City: Doubleday, 1951. 7-8.

"Redrafting the Human Rights Covenant." United Nations Bulletin 10 (15 Apr. 1951): 386.

"Report on the Covenant." United Nations World 5 (Aug. 1951): 17-18.

"A Report on the Covenant of Human Rights." Delhi Mirror 1 (24 Feb. 1952): 4, 13.

"The Role of the Elder Statesman Appealed to Him." The Roosevelt Treasury. Ed. James N. Rosenau. Garden City: Doubleday, 1951. 190-92.

"The Seven People Who Shaped My Life." Look 15 (19 June 1951): 54-56, 58.

"Statement on Draft Covenant on Human Rights." Department of State Bulletin 25 (13 Dec. 1951): 1059, 1064-66.

Foreword. The Story of My Life. By Helen Keller. 1951 and New York: Dell, 1961. 7-8 and 1972. 7-8.

"That Was Characteristic of Franklin." The Roosevelt Treasury. Ed. James N. Rosenau. Garden City: Doubleday, 1951. 116-17.

"To My Complete Surprise." The Roosevelt Treasury. Ed. James N. Rosenau. Garden City: Doubleday, 1951. 186-87.

"A World for Peace." International Home Quarterly 15 (Summer 1951): 136-40.

1952

Foreword. Beauty Behind Barbed Wire: The Arts of the Japanese in Our War Relocation Camps. By Allen H. Eaton. New York: Harper, 1952. xi-xii.

"Communist Charges vs. US Territorial Plans." Department of State Bulletin 27 (27 Dec. 1952): 1032-37.

"Convention Headlines." Democratic Digest 29 (Aug. 9, 1952): 10.

Introduction. The Diary of a Young Girl. By Anne Frank. Garden City: Doubleday, 1952. 7-8.

Foreword. A Fair World for All: The Meaning of the Declaration of Human Rights. By Dorothy Canfield Fisher. New York: Whittlesey House, 1952. 5-6.

"Restlessness of Youth: An Asset to Free Societies." Department of State Bulletin 26 (21 Jan. 1952): 94-97.

"Growth That Starts from Thinking." This I Believe [1]: The Living Philosophies of One Hundred Thoughtful Men and Women in All Walks of Life. Ed. Edward P. Morgan. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1952. 155-56.

Foreword. To Win These Rights: A Personal Story of the CIO in the South. By Lucy Randolph Mason. New York: Harper, 1952. [ix] and Westport: Greenwood, 1970. [ix].

"UN: Good U.S. Investment." Foreign Policy Bulletin 32 (1 Oct. 1952): 1-2.

"The United Nations and You." See 11 (Nov. 1952): 10-13.

1953

"The Education of an American." House & Garden 104 (Aug. 1953): 60-61.

"The Japan I Saw." Minneapolis Sunday Tribune Picture Roto Magazine, 11 Oct. 1953: 4-5.

"The Need for Intellectual Freedom." Say 5 (Spring 1954): 4.

Foreword. Peace Through Strength: Bernard Baruch and a Blueprint for Security. By Morris V. Rosenbloom. Washington: American Survey Association-Farrar, Straus and Young. 1953. 23-26.

Foreword. Roosevelt and the Warm Springs Story. By Turnley Walker. New York: Wyn, 1953. [v].

"Should UN Remain a Major Plank in U.S. Policy?" Foreign Policy Bulletin 33 (15 Oct. 1953): 4-5.

"Some of My Best Friends Are Negro." Ebony 9 (Feb. 1953): 16120, 22, 24-26 and White on Black: The Views of Twenty-one White Americans on the Negro. Ed. Era Bell Thompson and Herbert Nipson. Chicago: Johnson, 1963. 3-17.

"Speaking of Teaching." National Parent-Teacher 48 (Nov. 1953): 20.

"To Answer Their Needs . . ." United Nations Bulletin 14 (15 Jan. 1953): 92.

"U.N. and the Welfare of the World." National Parent-Teacher. 47 (June 1953): 14-16.

1954

Foreword. The Captains and the Kings. By Edith Benham Helm. New York: Putnam's, 1954. v-vii.

"Churchill as a Guest." Churchill by His Contemporaries. Ed. Charles Eade. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1954. 186-92.

Foreword. G. P. A. Healy, American Artist: An Intimate Chronicle of the Nineteenth Century. By Marie De Mare. New York: McKay, 1954. xv-xvi.

Foreword. The Man Behind Roosevelt: The Story of Louis McHenry Howe. By Lela Stiles. Cleveland: World, 1954. [vii].

"Memo to the Field." AAUN News 26 (Nov. 1954): 7.

"Mrs. Roosevelt and Mr. Dies Debate." US News and World Report 37 (27 Aug. 1954): 94-95.

"The Need for Intellectual Freedom." Say: The Alumni Magazine of Roosevelt College 5 (Spring 1954): 4.

"Negotiate with Russia: Never Use the H-Bomb." Time 64 (30 Aug. 1954): 16.

"Patience, Persistence, Vision and Work." The Christian Register 134 (July 1955): 17-18.

"Roosevelt Day Greetings." ADA World 9 (Feb. 1954): 2M.

"Should You Help Your Children?" Lifetime Living 3 (Dec. 1954): 26.

"The U.S. and the U.N." Guide to Politics, 1954. Ed. Quincy Howe and Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. New York: Dial, 1954. 60-64.

"Why Are We Co-operating with Tito?" Look 18 (5 Oct. 1954): 80, 82-83.

1955

"Children of Israel." Midstream 1 (Autumn 1955): 110-11.

"In the Service of Truth." Nation 181 (July 9, 1955): 37.

"Is a UN Charter Review Conference Advisable Now?" Congressional Digest 34 (Nov. 1955): 275-277.

"Memo from the Field." AAUN News 27 (Mar. 1955): 7.

"Memo from the Field." AAUN News 27 (May 1955): 7.

"Memo from the Field." AAUN News 27 (June 1955): 7.

"Memo from the Field." AAUN News 27 (Sept. 1955): 7.

"Memo from the Field." AAUN News 27 (Oct. 1955): 7.

"Memo from the Field." AAUN News 27 (Feb. 1955): 7.

"Obligation of Leadership." Childhood Education 32 (Sept. 1955): 2-3.

"Report to the Membership." AAUN News 27 (Dec. 1955/Jan. 1956): 1.

"Social Responsibility for Individual Welfare." National Policies for Education, Health and Social Services. Ed. James Earl Russell. Columbia University Bicentennial Conference Series. Garden City: Doubleday, 1955. xxxv-xxxvii.

"Your United Nations." Bulletin of the American Library Association 49 (Oct. 1955): 491.

1956

"Age, Health and Politics: An Interview." Journal of Lifetime Living 21 (April 1956): 24-27.

"Attorney General's List and Civil Liberties: Replies to an Anvil Questionnaire." Anvil and Student Partisan 7 (Spring/Summer 1956): 17.

"Do the Kind Thing." Every Week 23 (15-19 Oct. 1956): 48.

"If You Ask Me." Ladies' Home Journal Treasury. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1956. 314-16.

"Memo from the Field." AAUN News 28 (Mar. 1956): 7.

"Memories of F.D.R." Look 20 (17 Apr. 1956): 101.

"Mrs. Roosevelt Applauds Labor's Strength and Unity." Railway Clerk 55 (Jan. 1, 1956): 3.

"Prayer for a Better World." Parents' Magazine 31 (June 1956): 76.

"The Right to Vote." Voting Guide, 1956: How to Make Your Vote Count. Washington: Americans for Democratic Action, 1956. 4-5.

"Roosevelt Day Greetings." ADA World 11 (Feb. 1956): 2M.

"Salute to Montgomery." Liberation 1 (Dec. 1956): 4-5.

"This Is My Story." Ladies' Home Journal Treasury. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1956. 262-67.

1957

"F.D.R. as Seen by Eleanor Roosevelt." Wisdom 2 (July 1957): 30.

"From the Wisdom of Eleanor Roosevelt." Wisdom 2 (July 1957): 31.

Introduction. Letters from Jerusalem. By Mary Clawson. London, New York: Abelard-Schuman, 1957. [xiii].

"Roosevelt Day Greetings." ADA World 12 (Feb. 1957): 2M.

"Schoolday Tips from Mrs. Roosevelt." Sunday Star Magazine [Washington], 25 Aug. 1957: 28-29.

Foreword. 300,000 New Americans: The Epic of a Modern Immigrant-Aid Service. By Lyman Cromwell White. New York: Harper, 1957, ix.

Introduction. Youth Aliyah: Past, Present and Future. By Moshe Kol. F.I.C.E. Documents 1, Israel. Jerusalem: International Federation of Children's Communities, 1957. 7-8.

1958

"Among My Favorites: A Massachusetts Coast Scene by Ludwig Bemelmans." Art in America 46 (Spring 1958): 39.

"A Brief Message to Japanese Women." Today's Japan 3 (Sept. 1958): 16.

"How to Get the Most Out of Life." Star Weekly Magazine [Toronto], 30 Aug. 1958: 3-4.

"Mrs Roosevelt: An Interview." Equity 43 (Oct. 1958): 10-14.

"On My Own." Saturday Evening Post 230 (8 Feb. 1958): 197-21, 66, 68-70; (15 Feb. 1958): 32-33, 106-8; (22 Feb. 1958): 30-31, 56-57, 60-62; (1 Mar. 1958): 30, 95-96, 98; (8 Mar. 1958): 32-33, 72-74.

[Foreword]. The Shook-up Generation. By Harrison E. Salisbury. New York: Harper & Row: 1958. [5].

Foreword. Talks with Teachers. By Alice Keliher. Darien: Educational Publishing, 1958. 3-4.

"The Value of Human Personality." Intercollegian (YMCA) 76 (Sept. 1958): 4.

"Values to Live By." Jewish Heritage 1 (Spring 1958): 44-45, 54.

"We Can Meet the Soviet Challenge." New Lincoln School Conference News (Spring 1958): 3.

Foreword. World Youth and the Communists: The Facts about Communist Penetration of WFDY and IUS. By Nils M. Apeland. London: Phoenix House, 1958. [7-8].

1959

"A Dessert Mother's Helper Can Prepare." Kids' Stuff (Fall 1959): 11.

Preface. From the Morgenthau Diaries, Years of Crisis, 1928-1938. By John Morton Blum. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1959. [v].

Introduction. Give Us the Tools. By Henry Viscardi. New York: Eriksson, 1959. xvii-xix.

"Is America Facing World Leadership?" Journal of the American Association of University Women 53 (Oct. 1959): 7-11.

"The Meaning of Freedom." This Week Magazine (3 May 1959): 2.

"Mrs. Roosevelt Reports on Her Trip to Russia." Equity 44 (May 1959): 3.

"On Reaching Her 75th Birthday Eleanor Roosevelt Praises Television's Contribution to the Senior Citizen." TV Guide 7 (17 Oct. 1959): 6-8.

"Segregation." Educational Forum 24 (Nov. 1959): 5-6.

"What Are We Here For?" By Eleanor Roosevelt and Huston Smith. The Search for America. Ed. Huston Smith. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1959 3-12.

"Where I Get My Energy." Harper's 218 (Jan. 1959): 45-47.

"Why I Am Opposed to 'Right to Work' Laws." American Federationist 66 (Feb. 1959): 5B7.

1960

"Education Is Essential." Bryn Mawr Alumnae Bulletin 40 (Winter 1960): 7.

[Foreword]. FDR Speaks. Ed. Henry Steele Commager. Washington: Washington Records, 1960. 3.

"Mrs. Roosevelt's Page." Woman 47 (26 Nov. 1960): 17; 47 (3 Dec. 1960): 21; 47 (10 Dec. 1960): 25; 47 (17 Dec. 1960): 21; 47 (24 Dec. 1960): 47 (31 Dec. 1960): 23; 48 (7 Jan. 1961): 23; 48 (14 Jan. 1961): 16; 48 (21 Jan. 1961): 18.

"My Advice to the Next First Lady." Redbook 116 (Nov. 1960): 18-21, 95-96.

"You Learn by Living." True Story 83 (Oct. 1960): 37, 112-16; 83 (Nov. 1960): 56-59, 98.

1961

[Review]. Dag Hammarskjold: Custodian of a Brushfire Peace. By Joseph P. Lash. Garden City: Doubleday, 1961. On dust jacket.

"The Joy of Reading." Coronet 50 (Sept. 1961): 74-75, 80.

"A Policy Toward Castro's Cuba." Current 14 (June 1961): 19.

"A President's Planning." Saturday Review 44 (8 July 1961): 10.

"Social Responsibility for Individual Welfare." National Policies for Education, Health and Social Sciences. Russell and Russell: 1961.

"What Has Happened to the American Dream?" Atlantic 207 (Apr. 1961): 46B50.

1962

Introduction. The Adventure of America. By John Tobias and Savin Hoffecker. New York: Geis, 1962. vii.

Foreword. Brutal Mandate: A Journey to South West Africa. By Allard K. Lowenstein. New York: Macmillan, 1962. [v]-vi.

Foreword. From the Eagle's Wing: A Biography of John Muir. By Hildegarde Hoyt Swift. New York: Morrow, 1962. 7-8.

Foreword. The Long Shadow of Little Rock: A Memoir. By Daisy Bates. New York: D. McKay, 1962. xiii-xv.

"Modern Children and Old-Fashioned Manners." Redbook 119 (Oct. 1962): 47, 122, 124-25, 127-28.

Foreword. The Road to the White House. F.D.R.: The Pre-Presidential Years. By Lorena A. Hickok. Philadelphia: Chilton, 1962. vii-viii.

"Statement of Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Chairman of the President's Commission on the Status of Women." Congressional Record (15 Feb. 1962): 2281.

"The Teaching Challenge of the Future." Graduate Comment (Wayne State University) 6 (October 1962): 12-15, 23.

Foreword. This Is Our Strength: Selected Papers of Golda Meir. Ed. Henry M. Christman. New York: Macmillan, 1962. ix-xiv.

"To All AAUN Members West of the Mississippi." AAUN News 34 (Mar. 1962): 6.

"A Woman for the Times." Boston Sunday Globe Magazine, 27 May 1962: 3.

"What Can I Do about Peace and People?" Bookshelf (National Board of the YWCA) 45 (Summer 1962): 1, 10.

Introduction. You're the Boss: The Practice of American Politics. By Edward J. Flynn. New York: Collier, 1962. 7-9.

1963

"Eleanor Roosevelt from This Is My Story." A Reader for Parents: A Selection of Creative Literature About Childhood. New York: Norton, 1963. 61-69.

"I Remember Hyde Park: A Final Reminiscence." McCall's 90 (Feb. 1963): 71-73, 162-63.

"Israel Will Become a Great Nation.: The Mission of Israel. Ed. Jacob Baal-Teshuva. New York: Speller, 1963. 32.

Introduction. My Darling Clementine: The Story of Lady Churchill. By Jack Fishman. New York: McKay, 1963. 1-5.

Foreword. Planning Community Services for Children in Trouble. By Alfred J. Kahn. New York: Columbia University Press, 1963. vii-viii.

"Tomorrow Is Now." Ladies' Home Journal 80 (Sept. 1963): 39-45.

"A Visit to Campobello." Ford Times 56 (Apr. 1963): 2-6.