May 29, 1958
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt
211 East 62nd Street
New York, New York
Dear Mrs. Roosevelt:
I was disappointed that events conspired to make it impossible for us to keep our appointment when you were in Washington. I can only hope that I will have another opportunity to see you the next time you come down here.
If you do not plan to be in Washington in the near future, I would be glad to see you in New York at some mutually convenient date.
With every good wish,
Recommended citation: Eleanor Roosevelt, John Kennedy, and the Election of 1960: A Project of The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers, ed. by Allida Black, June Hopkins, John Sears, Christopher Alhambra, Mary Jo Binker, Christopher Brick, John S. Emrich, Eugenia Gusev, Kristen E. Gwinn, and Bryan D. Peery (Columbia, S.C.: Model Editions Partnership, 2003). Electronic version based on unpublished letters. http://adh.sc.edu.
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