The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers would like to thank the following colleagues who either helped locate obscure, seemingly lost material; reviewed annotation; or assisted in project design: Charlene Bickford and Helen Veit of the Documentary History of the First Federal Congress Project; Jim Cedrone, archivist, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library; David Chesnutt, director, Model Editions Partnership; Cynthia Harrison and Leo Ribuffo of The George Washington University Department of History; Robert Parks and Karen Anson, archivists, Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum; and Donald Ritchie and Betty Koed, historians, the United States Senate.

The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers, a chartered research center at The George Washington University, is funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation, the Ruth McCormick Tankersley Memorial Trust, the Blum Kovler Foundation, the National Park Foundation, the New York Times Foundation, the Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute, and many individual donors.

We thank them for their assistance and continued support.