A comprehensive, electronic edition of Eleanor Roosevelt’s monthly column, “If You Ask Me.”To get started, read the Introduction, Editorial Method, or Browse by Year. Browse the Columns Back to 1942 Columns Previous Column Next Column Search My Day Browse Index. The project is working to publish both digital and print editions of Eleanor Roosevelt's political papers. She spoke and lectured widely, also writing a syndicated newspaper column. Our largest online editions, My Day, If You Ask Me, and ER's radio and television transcripts, make comprehensive collections available for public use. George Washington University Additional information at https://erpapers.columbian.gwu.edu/ Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962) was First Lady of the United States from March 1933 to April 1945 during her husband’s four terms in office.
The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers, Digital Edition > My Day. Enlarge Eleanor Roosevelt addresses an Israeli audience in 1952. View original version] GUATEMALA CITY, Monday—It took only a little over four hours to fly from Panama to Salinas. The five-volume print edition makes the most important papers from ER's post-White House political life available. Volumes I and II, covering 1945 through 1952, are available from the University of Virginia Press. Browse the Columns Back to 1944 Columns ... MARCH 28, 1944 [This column has emendations. The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project is committed to making ER's documentary record available online and free-of-charge while maintaining the same high editorial standards as in our published editions. The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers, Digital Edition > My Day. APRIL 18, 1942 [Original version of the column.