1953

On Julius and Ethel Rosenberg
1. Eleanor Roosevelt to Terry Duxler January 1953
2. Eleanor Roosevelt to Robert Morss Lovett  1 January 1953
3. Eleanor Roosevelt to Samuel Freedman 4 January 1953
4. Eleanor Roosevelt to Carl Clarke 1 January 1953
 
On Resigning from the US Delegation to the United Nations
5. Eleanor Roosevelt to Harry Truman 2 January 1953
 
On Loyalty Tests in the US Department of State
6. Eleanor Roosevelt to Birkeland 4 January 1953
 
On Franklin Delano Roosevelt
7. My Day 9 January 1953
 
On Joseph McCarthy and Owen Lattimore
8. Eleanor Roosevelt to James Halstead 11 January 1953
 
On Keeping the Soviets in the United Nations
9.Eleanor Roosevelt to Alice Winters 11 January 1953
 
On the United Nations and Korea
10. Eleanor Roosevelt to Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. 11 January 1953
 
On H. L. Hunt, Facts Forum, and the Red Scare
11. Eleanor Roosevelt Remarks Before the New York University Forum 15 January 1953
12. Eleanor Roosevelt on UNESCO Pamphlet 16 January 1953
13. Haroldson Lafayette Hunt to Eleanor Roosevelt 26 January 1953
 
On Her Time at the United Nations
14. B. M. Rosenthal "On Dealing With the Russians" 18 January 1953
 
On The Red Scare, Part I
15. Eleanor Roosevelt to Joseph Alsop 21 January 1953
16. Arthur Boreman to Eleanor Roosevelt 29 January 1953
17. Eleanor Roosevelt to Arthur Boreman 16 February 1953
 
On Race and Friendship
18. "Some of My Best Friends Are Negroes" 1 February 1953
 
On Settling Refugees in the United States
19. Eleanor Roosevelt to R. O. Francke 15 February 1953
 
On Palestinian Refugees
20. Eleanor Roosevelt to Jane Cochran 15 February 1953
 
On Prayer in the United Nations
21. Eleanor Roosevelt to W. E. Debnam 16 February 1953
 
On India, The United States, and International Relations
22. Eleanor Roosevelt to Virendra Modi 16 February 1953
23. Eleanor Roosevelt to Virendra Modi 11 March 1953
 
On Suffrage for the District of Columbia
24. Eleanor Roosevelt to Ruth Blevins 16 February 1953
 
On Foreign and Economic Policies
25. Eleanor Roosevelt to Gustav Ranis 16 February 1953
 
On the United Nations, the World Health Organization, and Soviet Influence
26. Eleanor Roosevelt to Anna Roosevelt Halsted 21 February 1953
 
On the Red Scare and Louis Budenz
27. Eleanor Roosevelt to Forrest Corson 23 February 1953
 
On H. L. Hunt, Facts Forum, and the Red Scare, Part II
28. Haroldson Lafayette Hunt to Eleanor Roosevelt 4 March 1953
29. Eleanor Roosevelt to Haroldson Lafayette Hunt 9 March 1953
30. HAroldson Lafayette Hunt to Eleanor Roosevelt 14 March 1953
 
On McCarthy, Voice of America, and Appearing Before Congress
31. Eleanor Roosevelt to Bonaro Overstreet 9 March 1953
 
On McCarthy and the House UnAmerican Activities Committee
32. Eleanor Roosevelt to Ruth Wilson 11 March 1953
 
On The Red Scare in Colleges and Universities
33. Eleanor Roosevelt to Walter McKay 11 March 1953
 
On Tidelands Oil Rights
34. Eleanor Roosevelt to Clara Johnson 11 March 1953
 
On Joseph McCarthy
35. Eleanor Roosevelt to Edward Lingenfelter 11 March 1953
 
On the Covenants on Human Rights
36. Eleanor Roosevelt to Durward Sandifer 20 March 1953
37. Eleanor Rooseveltto John Foster Dulles 20 March 1953
38. John Foster Dulles to Eleanor Roosevelt 30 March 1953
 
On H. L. Hunt, Facts Forum, and the Red Scare, Part III
39. Eleanor Roosevelt to Karl von Leuwen 25 March 1953
 
On the United States and the United Nations
40. "Our Responsibility to the United Nations" 30 March 1953
 
On the American Association for the United Nations
41. "Citizens Role in Public Opinion" 1 April 1953
 
On US Policy Toward Israel
42. Eleanor Roosevelt to Dwight Eisenhower 4 April 1953
43. Dwight Eisenhower to Eleanor Roosevelt 16 April 1953
 
On The League of Women Voters
44. Eleanor Roosevelt to Mable Eiler 6 April 1953
 
On Teaching About the United Nations in School
45. Eleanor Roosevelt to Mary Lynch 8 April 1953
 
On FDR's Legacy and the Red Scare
46. Eleanor Roosevelt to Lucille Jurvis 10 April 1953
 
On New York City's Budget
47. Press Release, Citizen's Committee on Children 11 April 1953
 
On US Opposition to the United Nations
48. Eleanor Roosevelt to George O'Reilly 14 April 1953
 
On the Death of Stalin
49. Eleanor Roosevelt to Alexis Tatischeff 14 April 1953
 
On Korea, China, The Soviet Union, and Japan
50. Eleanor Roosevelt to Arthur Murray, Viscount Elibank 17 April 1953
 
On Adlai Stevenson
51. Eleanor Roosevelt to Stephen Mitchell 29 April 1953
 
On Services for Military Personnel 
52. Eleanor Roosevelt to Omar Bradley 29 April 1953
 
On the Covenants on Human Rights, Part II
53. Eleanor Roosevelt to James Green 30 April 1953
 
On the United Nations and the Daughters of the American Revolution
54. Eleanor Roosevelt to Bess Furman 4 May 1953
 
On the Covenants on Human Rights, Part III
55. Eleanor Roosevelt to Durward Sandifer 16 May 1953
 
Traveling in Japan
56. Eleanor Roosevelt to Harry Carman 26 May 1953
57. Eleanor Roosevelt to Harry Carman 27 May 1953
58. Eleanor Roosevelt to Kichisaburo Nomura 30 May 1953
59. Eleanor Roosevelt to Harry Carman 31 May 1953
60. Eleanor Roosevelt to Harry Carman 12 June 1953
61. Eleanor Roosevelt to Clark Eichelberger 12 June 1953
62. Unpublished Article on Japan June 1953
63. Eleanor Roosevelt to Harry Carman 21 June 1953
64. Eleanor Roosevelt to Harry Carman 24 June 1953
65. "Visit with the Emperor and Empress of Japan" (Draft) July 1953
 
Traveling in Asia
66. "Communist China Must Be Peace-Loving First" 27 June 1953
67. Eleanor Roosevelt to John Roosevelt 30 June 1953
 
On The "Moslem World"
68. Excerpt from India and the Awakening East 1 July 1953
 
Traveling in Greece and Yugoslavia 
69. Eleanor Roosevelt to Dragan Stojilijkovic 8 July 1953
70. Eleanor Roosevelt to John Roosevelt 9 July 1953
71. Eleanor Roosevelt to Joseph Lash 18 July 1953
72. State Department Memorandum 21 July 1953
 
On McCarthy's Reputation Abroad
73. Eleanor Roosevelt to Phillips 10 August 1953
 
On the Creation of the National Issues Committee
74. Press Release, National Issues Committee 12 August 1953
 
On Americans for Democratic Action and Eleanor Roosevelt's Schedule
75. Edward Hollander to James Doyle and Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. 12 August 1953
 
On A United Nations Military Force
76. Eleanor Roosevelt Statement on UN Military Force 13 August 1953
 
On US Foreign Policy
77. Statement on United States Foreign Policy By Eleanor Roosevelt, James Doyle, and Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.  26 August 1953
 
On India and the Awakening East
78. "Town Meeting" Radio Broadcast 8 September 1953
 
On Her Role on the National Issues Committee
79. Eleanor Roosevelt to Philip Schiff 11 September 1953
 
On The Daughters of the American Revolution
80. Eleanor Roosevelt to Gertrude Carraway 11 September 1953
 
On Organized Labor and Communism
81. Eleanor Roosevelt to Philip Linnik 16 September 1953
 
On McCarthy's Reputation Abroad, Part II
82. Statement on McCarthy for The Progressive 23 September 1953
 
On the Issues
83. "Youth Wants to Know" 18 October 1953
 
On Censorship of State Department Libraries Abroad
84. Eleanor Roosevelt to Max Bernstein 27 October 1953
 
On Alger Hiss
85. Eleanor Roosevelt to Burt Drummond 27 October 1953
 
On Loyalty in the Federal Government
86. Eleanor Roosevelt to J. C. Phillips 27 October 1953
 
On The Democratic Party
87. Eleanor Roosevelt to Anita Salvi 27 October 1953
 
On Conservation of Park Land
88. Eleanor Roosevelt to Livingston Lansing 30 October 1953
 
On Communism in Education
89. Eleanor Roosevelt to Margot Everly 2 November 1953
 
On Adlai Stevenson, Americans For Democratic Action, and the National Issues Committee
90. Eleanor Roosevelt to Martha Gellhorn 2 November 1953
 
On Tito and Yugoslavia
91. Eleanor Roosevelt to James Barber 9 November 1953
 
On Capital Punishment
92. Eleanor Roosevelt to Ella Mae Green 11 November 1953
 
On Censorship of State Department Libraries Abroad, Part II
93. Albert Cohn to Eleanor Roosevelt 12 November 1953
 
On Censorship
94. Eleanor Roosevelt to J. C. Phillips 18 November 1953
 
On Adlai Stevenson, The Democratic Party, and International Affairs
95. Eleanor Roosevelt to Arthur Murray, Viscount Elibank 20 November 1953
 
On Censorship of State Department Libraries Abroad, Part III
96. Eleanor Roosevelt to Romaine Clinton 20 November 1953
97. Eleanor Roosevelt to Albert Cohn 20 November 1953
98. Albert Cohen to Eleanor Roosevelt 2 December 1953
99. Eleanor Roosevelt to Albert Cohen 8 December 1953
 
On The South and Joseph McCarthy
100. Eleanor Roosevelt to June Gordon 27 November 1953
 
On The National Issues Committee
101. Eleanor Roosevelt to Don Pryor 1 December 1953
 
On Discrimination Against Spanish-Speaking Americans
102. Eleanor Roosevelt to Faye Huesteden 7 December 1953
 
On The Americans Friends Service Committee and The Red Scare
103. Eleanor Roosevelt to John Stevenson 18 December 1953
 
On the Red Scare, Harry Truman, and Franklin Roosevelt
104. Eleanor Roosevelt to Muriel Downs 23 December 1953
105. Eleanor Roosevelt to Arthur Grafflin 23 December 1953
 
On The Equal Rights Amendment 
106. Eleanor Roosevelt to Mary Anderson 26 December 1953
 
On Race Relations in The South
107. Eleanor Roosevelt to Raymond Berry 29 December 1953
 
On Her Travels
108. "Frankly Speaking" Notes 1953