Do you have an Eleanor Roosevelt document?

If so, we'd love to see it! In 1933, Eleanor Roosevelt told her readers, "I want you to write me." For the rest of her life, she would receive letters from people she had never met, and she often responded to their questions, thoughts, and concerns. We have the letters sent to her, but often her replies are held by her correspondents or their families. Please send us photographs or scans of your letters (jpeg or pdf), and we may be able to return the favor by showing you the letter to which she was replying. If you have multiple documents, photographs, or other media, please contact us at erpapers@gwu.edu.

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