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2024

June 13, 2024
In this issue: 
The Last Installment in our Seeds of Change Civil Rights Short Film Series; the Roosevelt Reading Festival; a French Radio Documentary Series; the Gordon Cohen Churchill Lecture: "D-Day: Leadership Under Pressure"; Red Cross Water Safety and #TheArtOfWar; D-Day and Radio News – A Different Perspective a new blog post; and D-Day, the FDR Library, and a Remarkable Story, another new blog post.

May 30, 2024
In this issue: 
2024 World War II Emerging Scholars Symposium; History Fair & Reenactment: RevCon 2024; Roosevelt Reading Festival; Memory and the Nation: Day of Remembrance 2024; Artificial Harbor Models and #TheArtOfWar; A "Mighty Endeavor:" D-Day.

May 16, 2024
In this issue: 
The Next Installment in our Seeds of Change Civil Rights Short Film Series; Memorial Day Weekend WWII Military Displays; Roosevelt Reading Festival; A Gift to the American People; NYC Fleet Week and #TheArtOfWar; One Definite Locality.

May 2, 2024
In this issue: 
Bonhoeffer Agent of Grace Film Screening and Presentation with Dr. Werner Steger; Harry S. Truman's Eighty Three Days to the Big Time; "Taste of Home" Poetry Event; Memorial Day Weekend WWII Military Displays; FDR and Ike – Great Leaders, Great Legacies; Keeping Quiet and #TheArtOfWar; President Roosevelt and the German Invasion of the Low Countries.

April 18, 2024
In this issue: 
the Hudson Valley History Reading Festival; the Next Installment in our Seeds of Change Short Film Series; Bonhoeffer Agent of Grace Film Screening and presentation by Dr. Werner Steger; Mourning the Presidents; Ted Egri Posters and #TheArtOfWar; Fala's Biography.

April 4, 2024
In this issue: 
The Life of Victorine Q. Adams; The "L" Word Laureates Past & Present; the Hudson Valley History Reading Festival; Presidential Transitions; Civil Defense and #TheArtOfWar; Finding Family in Museum Displays; the Last Photographs of FDR.

March 21, 2024
In this issue: 
"The Prescient Life of Ida B. Wells", a Conversation with Paula J. Giddings; the Next Installment in our Seeds of Change Short Film Series; the Hudson Valley History Reading Festival; Eleanor Roosevelt in the Pacific Theater; A Woman's War #TheArtOfWar; First Lady of the Struggle.

March 7, 2024
In this issue: 
Author Tom Levitt on Frances Perkins; Eleanor Roosevelt Honored in London; Eleanor, First Lady Of The World Film Screening; IDA: A Sword Among Lions, a Conversation with Paula J. Giddings; the Hudson Valley History Reading Festival; Seneca Falls to 19th Amendment; Memory and the Nation: Day of Remembrance 2024; Hit The Beach #TheArtOfWar; Honoring the Achievements of FDR’s Secretary of Labor.

February 22, 2024
In this issue: 
A New Short Film Series on Civil Rights; New York State Celebrates the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr; We Dare Not Fail, the Story of the Tuskegee Airmen: the Groundbreaking Marian Anderson; #TheArtOfWar and the Right to Vote; Eleanor Roosevelt’s Battle to End Lynching

February 8, 2024
In this issue: 
Black American's, Civil Rights, and the Roosevelt's, 1932-1962; Film Screening: The President's Mystery (1936); FDR's Original Presidential Autographs on Display; Memory and the Nation: Day of Remembrance 2024; Conversation with Albert M. Rosenblatt: THE EIGHT (Lemmon Slave Case); Camouflage Blinds the Enemy #TheArtOfWar; Eleanor Roosevelt Resigns from the DAR.

January 25, 2024
In this issue: 
Here Lived a film by Jane Wells; Anniversary Franklin D. Roosevelt's Birthday; Film Screening: The President's Mystery (1936); FDR's Original Presidential Autographs on Display; Memory and the Nation: Day of Remembrance 2024; Hit The Beach #TheArtOfWar; Mary Churchill's War: A Conversation with Emma Soames and Erik Larson; Casablanca Conference.

January 11, 2024
In this issue: 
FDR's "Economic Bill of Rights" Speech; French Jewish children and their escape from the Nazis; Here Lived a film by Jane Wells; Anniversary Franklin D. Roosevelt's Birthday; FDR's 4 Inaugurals; Fight for Freedom! #FDRtheCollector; Four Presidential Inaugurations; January 16, 1941 and the 99th.

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2023

December 28, 2023
In this issue: 
Gifts to FDR; Hudson Valley Ice Yachts; New Year's Resolutions; #FDRtheCollector; Eleanor Roosevelt ice skating with Marion Dickerman; My Day, December 31, 1948.

December 14, 2023
In this issue: 
Common Ground: Human Rights Close to Home; Hudson Valley Ice Yachts; See an Original Draft of the UDHR for a Limited Time; Christmas with the Roosevelts; Bell of San Michele #FDRtheCollector; Making His List and Checking It Twice.

November 30, 2023
In this issue: 
FDR and Pearl Harbor; Tora! Tora! Tora! Screening on Pearl Harbor Day; See an Original Draft of the UDHR for a Limited Time Only; Holiday Open House; Human Rights Expo; Double Feature of From Here to Eternity and It's a Wonderful Life; and more.

November 16, 2023
In this issue: 
West Point's Perfect 1944 Season with Jim Noles; Jeff Urbin Talks Turkey; The History of Hyde Park-On-Hudson with Carney Rhinevault; Special Exhibit Wins 2023 Award for Excellence; Sara Delano Roosevelt Bust #FDRtheCollector; Franklin D. Roosevelt Finds a Date for Thanksgiving.

November 2, 2023
In this issue: 
2023 Paul M. Sparrow Lecture with Jonathan Darman; Jeff Urbin on Roosevelt's Love of Our Veterans; West Point's Perfect Season 1944 with Jim Noles; Special Exhibit Wins 2023 Award for Excellence; Nicholas Reynolds and WWII Spycraft; A Man Obsessed with Naval Art #FDRtheCollector; a Vintage War Dept Film on Elections.

October 19, 2023
In this issue: 
Becoming FDR with Jonathan Darman; Madams, Mobsters and Murders in the Hudson Valley with Anthony P. Musso; Special Exhibit Wins 2023 Award for Excellence; Exploring the Great Depression with Jeffrey Urbin; The Oval Office Donkey #FDRtheCollector; Great Depression Facts.

October 5, 2023
In this issue: 
A Government that Lives in the Spirit of Charity; Special Exhibit – Black Americans, Civil Rights, and the Roosevelts; Fall Forum: "Franklin and Eleanor, and the Power of Words: A Conversation with Paul Sparrow"; Scottie Dog Cigarette Box #FDRtheCollector; Eleanor Roosevelt Writes About Her Birthday.

September 21, 2023
In this issue: 
FDR and the Supreme Court; Special Exhibit – Black Americans, Civil Rights, and the Roosevelts; The Politics of Celebrity; Carved Wooden Pig #FDRtheCollector; Mrs Roosevelt's Speech to the Sorbonne on the Struggle for Human Rights.

September 7, 2023
In this issue: 
Halving Unemployment in the First Four Years; FDR and the Supreme Court; Equality and the Constitution; a Harpoon Owned by #FDRtheCollector; a 2:50am Call to the President.

August 24, 2023
In this issue: 
The Inside Dirt on the Home Garden; The Court at War: FDR, his Justices, and the World they made with Cliff Sloan; the Election Amid the Storm; FDR's Phi Beta Kappa Key #FDRtheCollector; Use it up, Wear it out, Make it Do, or Do Without Summer Activity; the Most Important Presidential Election in History.

August 10, 2023
In this issue: 
Japanese American Incarceration Through the Lens of Ansel Adams; Black Americans, Civil Rights, and the Roosevelts, 1932-1962; the Churchill-Roosevelt Relationship; Ship's Figurehead #FDRtheCollector; Shine Big & Bright Summer Activity; the Atlantic Charter.

July 27, 2023
In this issue: 
Roosevelt and the Atomic Bomb; How FDR Won the 1936 Election; Black Americans, Civil Rights, and the Roosevelts Exhibit; FDR Advisor Justice Robert Jackson; FDR's Favorite Portrait of Eleanor #FDRtheCollector; Go on a Picnic Summer Activity; Einstein's Letter to FDR.

July 13, 2023
In this issue: 
Sharing Common Ground, FDR & NPS meet; Black Americans, Civil Rights, and the Roosevelts Exhibit; FDR's Mayflower Ancestors; A Roosevelt Chippendale #FDRtheCollector; Explore the Outdoors Summer Activity; a National Park Service tour of the north wing of FDR's home.

June 29, 2023
In this issue: 
The Constitution Speaks; Black American's, Civil Rights, and the Roosevelts Exhibit; Mary Churchill's War; FDR's Dutch Fireplace Tiles #FDRtheCollector; Crack the Hobo Code; Roosevelts sail the Amberjack II; Happy 82nd Birthday FDR Library.

June 15, 2023
In this issue: 
The Roosevelt Reading Festival; Black Americans, Civil Rights, and the Roosevelts, 1932-1962; a Look Inside Eleanor Roosevelt's Wallet; a Powder Horn Owned by #FDRtheCollector; Summer Activities; FDR's Groton Report Card.

June 1, 2023
In this issue:
Our New Special Exhibit, Black Americans, Civil Rights, and the Roosevelts, 1932-1962, Opens this Saturday with Discussion between Basil Smikle and Arva Rice; the Roosevelt Reading Festival; FDR's Father James Roosevelt; A. Philip Randoph's Letter to Eleanor Roosevelt.

May 18, 2023
In this issue:
 Mothball Fleet for Fleet Week; WWII Bivouac; Black Americans, Civil Rights, and the Roosevelts Opens; the FDR Sphinx Sculpture; #FDRtheCollector Dog Statuette; Eleanor Roosevelt on the Importance of Schools and Recreation.

May 4, 2023
In this issue: Sara Delano Roosevelt; FDR's Cabinet within the Cabinet; the Dineh Tah’ Navajo Dancers and the Native New Deal; Greg Robinson on Japanese Incarceration; Alexander Jackson Davis Sketchbook #FDRtheCollector; Eleanor Tours the South Pacific.

April 20, 2023
In this issue: Hudson Valley History Reading Festival This Saturday; President Roosevelt's Cabinet within the Cabinet; the Daughters of Yalta; FDR's Collection of 19th Century Games #FDRtheCollector; Eleanor Roosevelt's Return to NYC After the Funeral.

April 6, 2023
In this issue: Events Surrounding FDR's Death with Jeffrey Urbin; Mourning the Presidents with David Woolner; Yom HaShoah film screening with live music; The 2023 Hudson Valley History Reading Festival; #FDRtheCollector Scrimshaw; Eleanor Roosevelt and President Truman; FDR in Warm Springs in 1934.

March 23, 2022
In this issue: Marian Anderson and the Roosevelts; The Untold Story of the Woman Who Helped Win World War II; Mourning US Presidents Since Washington; the 90th Anniversary of FDR's First Hundred Days; #FDRtheCollector a 17th Century Sketch Purchased on Honeymoon; Ninety Years of Raising a Toast; Unemployment Lines and Beer Parades.

March 9, 2022
In this issue: Eleanor Roosevelt in the Pacific Theater; the Untold Story of the Woman Who Helped Win World War II; Bessie Margolin and the Shaping of Modern Labor Policy; #FDRtheCollector The Delano Life Preserving Co.; Frances Perkins, First Woman Cabinet Member; Silent Film Footage of the First Lady in the Pacific.

Febuary 23, 2022
In this issue: Letters to President Roosevelt; We Dare Not Fail, the Animated Story of the Tuskegee Airmen; an Invitation to the White House Kitchens; a Story of Internment Camp Resilience;  #FDRtheCollector a Painting of the Merrimac; Eleanor Rosoevelt and Marion Anderson.

Febuary 9, 2022
In this issue: 
The Premiere of Our New Animated Short on the Tuskegee Airmen; Alex Prud’homme Talks Dinner with Presidents; Our Annual Document Show; Bradford Pearson on the Eagles of Heart Mountain Football Team; FDR's First Stamp Album #FDRtheCollector; Eleanor Roosevelt's Visit to Tuskegee.

January 26, 2022
In this issue: Screening of Saul & Ruby's Holocaust Survivor Band; Becoming FDR Author Event with Jonathan Darman; Jeff Urbin Looks at the Origins of Civic Holidays; Uniting America Author Event with Peter Shinkle; FDR's Birthday Party with Cake; #FDRtheCollector Mexican American War Edition; Eleanor and the PTA.

January 12, 2022
In this issue: FDR and the Question of Israel; International Holocaust Remembrance Day Film Screening; Becoming FDR with Jonathan Darman; You're Invited to FDR's Birthday Party; FDR's Lucky Rabbit's Foot; Mrs. Roosevelt Goes to the UN.

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2022

December 29, 2022
In this issue: 
The Four Freedoms with Harvey Kaye; Advice from Eleanor Roosevelt; Wyoming #ArtifactRoadTrip; the First Lady Examines Gold Fish in a Bowl; a New Year's Message from Churchill to FDR.

December 15, 2022
In this issue:
Christmas with the Roosevelts; Churchill's Leadership Under Pressure; Wisconsin #ArtifactRoadTrip; the Holiday Season of 1943; a Charles Sylvester Piersaull Image Collection.

December 1, 2022
In this issue:
Steve Kemper on Japan's Decade Leading to WWII through the eyes of Ambassador Joseph Grew; our Holiday Open House with Santa and Children's Book Signings; Douglas Brinkley's Silent Spring Revolution; Washington #ArtifactRoadTrip; Looking Back at FDR's "A Date Which Will Live in Infamy" Speech.

November 17, 2022
In this issue:
Veterans Art Showcase this Weekend; Douglas Brinkley on the 1960s Rise of Environmental Activism; Steve Kemper on Japan's Decade Leading to WWII through the eyes of Ambassador Joseph Grew; our Holiday Open House with Santa; Nicholas Reynolds on American Intelligence during WWII; Vermont #ArtifactRoadTrip; the Year of Two Thanksgivings; Giving Tuesday.

November 3, 2022
In this issue:
 Gifts from Veterans in the Museum Collection; Veterans Art Showcase; the Rise of American Intelligence in World War II; Texas #ArtifactRoadtrip; and a Veterans Day to Remember.

October 20, 2022
In this issue:
 A new Director of the Library, The Making of Rosie the Riveter; World War II and the Rise of American Intelligence; MacArthur and FDR; #ArtifactRoadTrip South Dakota; MacArthur Returns to the Philippines; the Signing of the UN Charter.

October 6, 2022
In this issue:
 Eleanor Roosevelt's Birthday Celebration with Cake; Rosie the Riveter Revealed; Franklin and Eleanor in Words with Paul Sparrow; #ArtifactRoadTrip Rhode Island; Eleanor's 15th Birthday My Day Column; Investigating the Holocaust Hits One Million Views.

September 22, 2022
In this issue:
 A Conversation with Director Emeritus Paul Sparrow; Mrs. Roosevelt's Birthday with Roses and Cake; Three Presidential Libraries Discuss the Constitution; Kermit Roosevelt III and John Q Barrett Examine the Constitution and Equality; an Oregon #ArtifactRoadTrip; FDR and the Neutrality Act; and the Morgenthau Holocaust Collections Project.

September 8, 2022
In this issue: 
Author David Pietrusza; Three Presidential Libraries Talk the Constitution; Equality and the Constitution with Kermit Roosevelt III and John Q. Barrett; the Shadow War Leading Up to WWII; #ArtifactRoadTrip Ohio; Women's Voices, Women's Votes, Women's Rights; and Eleanor Roosevelt in the South Pacific.

Aug 25, 2022
In this issue: 
Victory Gardens, Roosevelt and Stalin, #ArtifactRoadTrip to North Carolina, Harvey Kaye on FDR's Speeches, a Camping Summer Activity, and a History of Polio in the US.

Aug 11, 2022
In this issue: 
FDR's Ties to Hollywood; from Polio to the Presidency; #ArtifactRoadTrip New York; an Upcycling Summer Activity; the Signing of the Social Security Act; and a Bollywood Dancing Workshop at Beatrix Farrand.

July 28, 2022
In this issue:
 Picnicking with the Roosevelts; FDR's Health During the 1944 Campaign; #ArtifactRoadTrip New Hampshire; Stargazing Summer Activity; and Fala, the Most Famous Dog in America.

July 14, 2022
In this issue: 
Making Ends Meet During the Depression Live; Alexander Heffner and Brenda Wineapple Live; Essential Advice from Eleanor Roosevelt; New Jersey #ArtifactRoadTrip; This Week in Roosevelt History; Summer Picnics

June 30, 2022
In this issue: Today is the FDR Library's Birthday; Making Ends Meet During the Depression; A Documentary History of the United States; Robert Jackson, Advisor to FDR; FDR Dedicates His Library; What's Happening on the Grounds.

June 16, 2022
In this issue:
 Roosevelt Reading Festival; Walter Borneman on General MacArthur; #ArtifactRoadTrip Mississippi; FDR's Rare Bird Books; Red Tail Angels film; A Birthday Party for Beatrix Farrand.

June 2, 2022
In this issue:
 World War II Scholars Symposium; Mary Churchill's War; Roosevelt Reading Festival; Women Volunteers in Wartime; #ArtifactRoadTrip Massachusetts; D-Day and FDR's D-Day Prayer.

May 19, 2022
In this issue:
 FDR's Final Campaign with David Woolner; the Bivouac returns; Hobos and Hoovervilles; Maine #ArtifactRoadTrip; FDR's Evolving Fiscal Approach; and Investigating the Holocaust Part 13.

May 5, 2022
In this issue: 
The Living New Deal; Lorena Hickok's 1933 Travels; FDR's Own Special Tank #ArtifactRoadTrip; Part 12 of our Nuremberg Trials Series; America Enacts Lend-Lease.

April 21, 2022
In this issue:
 Hudson Valley History Reading Festival In-Person and Streaming; A Live, Virtual Yom HaShoah Event; FDR's Response to the Fall of France; Family Quilting #ArtifactRoadTrip; Nazis and Auschwitz; Fred Shipman's Mission to Save Europe's Archives

April 7, 2022
In this issue:
 The Transition from FDR to Truman; Hudson Valley History Reading Festival; Opening Day, Baseball, and the Presidency; #ArtifactRoadTrip Illinois; Nazi Total War and Cruelty; FDR's Funeral.

March 25, 2022
In this issue:
 The Rosies Who Riveted, 2022 Hudson Valley History Reading Festival, Eleanor Roosevelt's War Years and After, Hawaiian #ArtifactRoadTrip, the German Blitzkrieg, FDR and Warm Springs.

March 10, 2022
In this issue:
 A Women's History Month Author Talk; a Divided America and a World at War; Florida Artifact Road Trip; German Misinformation and the Invasion of Czechoslovakia; a New Deal Periodic Table; Eleanor and Franklin's Anniversary.

February 24, 2022
In this issue:
 Becoming Eleanor Roosevelt, Taking on the Army for Equal Rights, FDR's Delaware Fishing License; Eleanor Roosevelt and Marian Anderson.

February 10, 2022
In this issue: 
Day of Remembrance; the Campaign to Integrate the Army Nurse Corps; #ArtifactRoadTrip to Colorado; FDR, Civil Rights, and Race; Executive Order 9066.

January 27, 2022
In this issue:
 An Inside Look at the Final Campaign Exhibit; Susan Dunn on the Election Amid the Storm; Several Initiatives from the Morgenthau Holocaust Collections Project; the Boats of the Gila River incarceration camp; FDR's 140th Birthday.

January 13, 2022
In this issue:
 the Wisdom of Franklin and Eleanor Live; the Four Freedoms; the Casablanca Conference; the War Production Board; and the First January Inaugural.

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2021

December 30, 2021
In this issue:
 Eleanor Roosevelt's Wallet; My Day 1937; The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Animation Film Awards.

December 16, 2021
In this issue: 
The Federal Writers' Project; Our Animated Short Film about Eleanor Roosevelt; FDR's Role in the Early Days of WWII; St. Nick and War Bonds; and Mrs. Roosevelt on Ice Skates.

December 2, 2021
In this issue: 
Eleanor Roosevelt and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; Countdown to Pearl Harbor; FDR and Polio; International Human Rights Day; and a Big Three Countess Mara tie.

November 18, 2021
In this issue:
 a Tour of the Library Grounds, FDR's Closest Advisor Harry Hopkins, Eleanor's Monteith Bowl, the Cairo and Tehran Conferences, and Giving Tuesday.

November 4, 2021
In this issue:
Our first Roosevelt Story episode, Treasures from the Vault; the Veteran Arts Showcase; Herman Eberhardt Looks at Gifts to FDR from Veterans; the GI Bill; #FamilyStoriesMonth; and a Vintage Newsreel of America's Call to Arms for WWII.

October 21, 2021
In this issue:
The Journey to America of FDR's Ancestors, Our 2021 Conference Sessions are Now Available on YouTube, Never Again IS Now' Teachers Conference, an Expert Panel Discusses FDR's Vision for the UN, a Campaign to Stamp Out a Fourth Campaign, and Navy Day.

October 7, 2021
In this issue:
Registration is Still Open for Next Week's Virtual Conference; the Hudson Valley Vision Awards; Many Ways to Celebrate Eleanor's 137th Birthday, and #NationalStampMonth.

September 23, 2021
In this issue:
The Constitution Speaks, Our October Virtual Conference, A Quiet Victory for Latino Rights, #NationalAmericanaMonth, FDR at Warm Springs.

September 9, 2021
In this issue:
FDR & the Supreme Court Live, Constitution Week Education Programs, Our October Virtual Conference on the Holocaust and Digital Humanities, FDR and Eisenhower, American Illustrator Newell Convers Wyeth, FDR at Groton, the President's "Lucky" Campaign Hat.

August 26, 2021
In this issue:
Digitally Tracking the Holocaust, FDR's Shadow War Before Pearl Harbor, Frances Perkins – First Female Cabinet Member, Fala's Misadventures, the Ever-Present Sara Delano Roosevelt, and New Blue Bandanas.

August 12, 2021
In this issue:
Museum is Open with Online Ticket Sales Only, FDR's Ship Models Behind the Scenes, the President's Gift for Radio, Fala's White House Credentials, Summer Stargazing, Social Security Turns 86.

July 29, 2021
In this issue:
The Museum is Open, FDR's Wheelchair, James Tobin on FDR and Polio, the March of Dimes, a Camping Summer Activity, the Atlantic Charter, FDR in Warm Springs.

July 15, 2021
In this issue:
A Phased Reopening of the Museum, a Tour of the Library Exterior with William Harris, FDR's Meeting with King Saud, the Hobo Code, and Eleanor Roosevelt's My Day Column.

July 1, 2021
In this issue:
Everyone's Favorite Scottie, a Royally Good Picnic with the Roosevelts and Jeffrey Urbin, #NationalHotDogMonth, and even more of the Roosevelts Enjoying the Outdoors.

June 17, 2021
In this issue:
 Final Day of the Roosevelt Reading Festival, FDR's Forgotten Father, Remembering Ambassador William J. vanden Heuvel, Letters to the President, the Library's 80th Anniversary, #NationalRoseMonth, FDR Summer Activities, An Executive Order President Roosevelt Banning Discriminatory Employment Practices by Federal agencies.

June 3, 2021
In this issue:
A New Way to See Letters to FDR; Roosevelt Reading Festival Schedule; At the End of FDR's First 100 Days; Eleanor's Riding Jacket; and Flag Day.

May 20, 2021
In this issue:
Packhorse Librarians (and Other Great Current Programming), Military Leaders of WWII, Franklin and Eleanor's Military Sons, National Red Cross Founders Day, FDR Reviews the Troops, and a Volunteer Opportunity.

May 6, 2021
In this issue:
 Daughters of Yalta author talk with Catherine Grace Katz, Refuge Must Be Given author talk with John F. Sears, Roi Ottley's WWII Diary, a Gift to Eleanor Roosevelt from an Internment Camp, Sara Delano Roosevelt's Mothers Day Gift to Franklin, Eleanor's Own Radio Show, Eleanor on TV, and Roosevelt Favorites.

April 22, 2021
In this issue:
Happy 115th Birthday Anna Roosevelt (pictured above), FDR's Fireside Chat Microphone, the Impact of the Atlantic Charter on Human Rights, a Poem Found in Eleanor Roosevelt's Wallet, FDR and the Oscars, A Visit to Tulsa's Douglas Aircraft, Birds of Paradise in the Library Collection, A 1941 Victory Garden.

April 8, 2021
In this issue:
1000 Years of Haudenosaunee Women in Power, 8th Annual Hudson Valley History Reading Festival, David Woolner and FDR's Last 100 Days, Remembering FDR's Death, Japanese Internment, Honoring Yom HaShoah.

March 25, 2021
In this issue:
Eleanor Roosevelt's Red Cross Uniform; a Virtual Commemoration of Yom HaShoah; Interviews with Tuskegee Airmen; American aviator Alys McKey Bryant; The Story of the Red Tailed Angels; and Our Nuremberg Film Series Passes 400,000 Views.

March 11, 2021
In this issue:
Franklin and Eleanor's Wedding Anniversary; the Conflict between Hoover and FDR Prior to the Inauguration; Eleanor's UN Press Pass #WomensHistoryMonth; the First Fireside Chat; Christening the Yankee Clipper; the American Hebrew Medal; Roosevelt Favorites, and more.

February 25, 2021
In this issue:
 Women's Suffrage, Paul Sparrow at the WWII Museum, Charissa Threat on Nursing Civil Rights and WWII, Cab Calloway, Eleanor Resigns from the DAR, and FDR's March Inauguration.

Feb 11, 2021
In this issue:
The Tuskegee Airmen, George Takei and Kermit Roosevelt on Japanese Internment, FDR and Lincoln's Birthday, an Assassination Attempt, WWII Military Segregation, and Roosevelt Favorites.

January 28, 2021
In this issue:
The National Archives Foundation Spotlight on FDR, David Michaelis on Eleanor Roosevelt, Historian Geoffrey Ward on the Influences of Childhood and Polio on FDR's Presidency, the Ice Yacht Cup, and Celebrating FDR's Birthday.

January 14, 2021
In this issue:
Inaugural Artifacts from the Museum Collection, Paul Sparrow on WAMC Radio, Digital Research and Discovery, Dr. Abby Gondek on the Rescued Children of France, FDR's Four Inaugurations, 1.2 Million Stamps, the 1933 Inaugural Speech.

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2021

December 31, 2020
In this issue:
Susan Dunn on the 1940 Presidential Election, and Have a Happy and Safe New Year!

December 17, 2020
In this issue:
The USO with Sheppy Green, the Groundbreaking Bessie Margolin, the Bittersweet Letter Z in our Museum Alphabet, FDR's Christmas Lists, and Practice your Curtsies for the King and Queen of England.

December 10, 2020
In this issue:
The Roosevelts at Christmas, This Day in Presidential History, Eleanor's Unfinished Knitting, Pearl Harbor Artifacts, and Kneeling Woman.

December 3, 2020
In this issue:
Harvey Kaye on the power of FDR's speeches, Walter Borneman on MacArthur in World War II, X is for Xanthus Russell Smith, the Pearl Harbor Attack and FDR's Response.

November 19, 2020
In this issue:
Racial Equality and Women's Rights, the Hoover-FDR transition, Countdown to Pearl Harbor, FDR's Wheelchair, a Controversial Thanksgiving, FDR with Turkeys in Cairo.

November 12, 2020
In this issue:
FDR's Views on Liberation, the FDR and Bush Libraries, Lucretia Mott's Heresy, George Marshall, the Man with a Plan, a New Deal Violin, FDR and the GI Bill, the Tuskegee Airmen.

November 5, 2020
In this issue:
Gifts from Vets to FDR, James Lacey on FDR's War Team, Eleanor's Red Cross Uniform, 1940's Election, FDR and ER Campaign in Pittsburgh.