October/November 1960: A series of short political advertisements for John F. Kennedy's presidential campaign.

November 15, 1960: In an address to the Business and Professional Women's Club in Independence, Missouri, ER argues that the US must fight communism by helping other nations and improving its treatment of minorities. 

1960: Jerry London interviews ER during her visit to Palm Springs, California for "The Desert Today". The discuss Adlai Stevenson, President Kennedy, and the United Nations.

1960: ER delivering an audio tour of FDR's home, giving background on the rooms and objects contained therein. She created this recording with the National Park Service, who played it during tours.

December 1960: ER talks about recent election results, the nascent Kennedy cabinet, foreign policy, and Jacqueline Kennedy's future as First Lady (forthcoming). 

February 24, 1961: Recordings of the Women's National Book Association's Constance Lindsay Skinner Award dinner. 

May 23, 1961: ER speaks to Duchess Community College on the importance of literacy and education to democracy. After her speech she takes questions from the audience (forthcoming). 

May 31, 1961: In an interview, ER responds to criticism of the "Tractors for Freedom" program (Forthcoming). 

November 22, 1961: Speaking to students at the Haverford School in New York City, ER answers a variety of questions (forthcoming).

1961: A newscaster's comments frame a recording of ER's statement on the possible admission of the People's Republic of China to the United Nations. 

August 1962: ER talks with a group of Uruguayan students from the State University of New York (New Paltz) who have come to visit Hyde Park (forthcoming). 

September 10, 1962: ER discusses her early life and her grandparents (forthcoming).

1962: Recordings and tributes made after ER's death (forthcoming, multi-part).