Works by Eleanor Roosevelt

We maintain a comprehensive bibliography of the published and recorded works of Eleanor Roosevelt

Books

  • Hunting Big Game in the Eighties: The Letters of Elliott Roosevelt, Sportsman. New York: Scribners, 1932.

  • When You Grow Up to Vote. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1932.
  • It's Up to the Women. New York: Stokes, 1933.

  • Trip to Washington with Bobby and Betty. New York: Dodge, 1935.

  • This Is My Story. New York: Harper, 1937.

  • My Days. New York: Dodge, 1938.

  • The Lady of the White House. London: Hutchisnon, 1938. (British edition of This Is My Story.).

  • This Troubled World. New York: Kinsey, 1938.

  • Christmas: A Story. New York: Knopf, 1940.

  • Christmas, 1940. New York: St. Martin's. 1940.

  • The Moral Basis of Democracy. New York: Howell, Soskin, 1940.

  • This Is America. New York: Putnam's, 1942 (with Frances Cooke Macgregor).

  • If You Ask Me. New York: Appleton-Century, 1946.

  • This I Remember. New York: Harper, 1949.

  • Partners: The United Nations and Youth. Garden City: Doubleday, 1950 (with Helen Ferris) .

  • India and the Awakening East. New York: Harper, 1953.

  • UN: Today and Tomorrow. New York: Harper, 1953 (with William DeWitt).

  • It Seems to Me. New York: Norton, 1954.

  • Ladies of Courage. New York: Putnam's, 1954 (with Lorena Hickok).

  • United Nations: What You Should Know about It. New London: Croft, 1955.

  • On My Own. New York: Harper, 1958.

  • Growing Toward Peace. New York: Random House, 1960 (with Regina Tor).

  • You Learn By Living. New York: Harper, 1960.

  • The Autobiography of Eleanor Roosevelt. New York: Harper, 1961.

  • Your Teens and Mine. New York: Da Capo, 1961.

  • Eleanor Roosevelt's Book of Common Sense Etiquette. New York: Macmillan, 1962 (with the assistance of Robert O. Ballou).

  • Eleanor Roosevelt's Christmas Book. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1963.

  • Tomorrow Is Now. New York: Harper, 1963.

Articles

  • "Common Sense versus Party Regularity." New Bulletin [League of Women Voters of New York State] (September 16, 1921).
  • "The Fall Election." L.W.V. Weekly News [New York League of Women Voters] (1922).
  • "Organizing Country Women for a Political Party." L.W.V. Weekly News [New York League of Women Voters] (1922).
  • "American Peace Award." Ladies Home Journal 40 (October 1923).
  • "Merry Christmas! An Editorial." Babies-Just Babies (December 1923).
  • "Why I am a Democrat." Junior League Bulletin 10 (November 1923).
  • "How to Interest Women in Voting." Women's Democratic Campaign Manual (1924).
  • "Statement  of Policy Committee." The Winning Plan (1924). 
  • "What has Politics Gained by the Women's Vote." National Democratic Magazine (April 1924).
  • "Why I am a Democrat." Women's Democratic Campaign Manual (1924).
  • "New York Rebuilt." Women's City Club of New York (June 1925).
  • "The Democratic Platform." Women's City Club of New York (October 1926).
  • "As a Practical Idealist." North American Review (November 1927).
  • "On Albany Hill." Quarterly [Women's City Club of New York] (June 1927).
  • " What I Want Most Out of Life. As told to Catharine Brody." Success Magazine 11 (May 1927): 16-17, 70.
  • "What is Being Done in Albany." Quarterly [Women's City Club of New York] (March 1927).
  • “1927 Legislative Program of the Women’s City Club of New York.” 1927 Legislative Program of the Women’s City Club of New York (1927).
  • "Committee on Legislation." Quarterly [Women's City Club of New York] (June 1928).
  • "Governor Smith." Junior League Magazine (November 1928).
  • "Governor Smith and Our Foreign Policy." Women's Journal 12 (October 1928.
  • "Jeffersonian Principles the Issue in 1928." Current History 28 (June 1928).
  • "Mrs. Alfred E. Smith as I Know Her." (1928). 
  • "Mrs. F.D. Roosevelt for Women Bosses." New York Times (March 10, 1928).
  • "News of Democrats and their Activities."  Bulletin [Women's National Democratic Club] (December 1928).
  • "Our Legislative Platform for 1928." (1928). 
  • "Reply to Attacks on U.S. attitude towards Human Rights Covenant." Department of State Bulletin (January 14, 1929).
  • "Report of Mrs. Franklin D Roosevelt, Chairman of the Women's Activities and Women's Advisory Committee." The Bulletin (December 1928).
  • "Women Must Learn to Play the Game as Men Do." Redbook 50 (April 1928): 78-79, 142.
  • "The Women's City Club at Albany." Quarterly [Women's City Club of New York] (March 1928).
  • "Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt's Opinions on What Tariff Bull Means in the Home." Democratic Bulletin (October 1929). 
  • "Where are we going in our Public Schools?" School Parent (November 30, 1929).
  • "A Summer Trip Abroad." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (April 1930).
  • "Building Character." Childhood and Character 7 (May 1930).
  • "From the Governor's Lady to Rosie O'Grady." Radio Retailing (November 1930). 
  • "Good Citizenship: The Purpose of Education." Pictorial Review 31 no.4 (April 1930).
  • "The Ideal Education." Women's Journal 15 (October 1930).
  • "The Modern Wife's Difficult Job." Literary Digest 106 (August 30, 1930): 18-19. 
  • "Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt Looks at this Modern Housekeeping." Modern Priscilla (April 1930).
  • "Servants." Forum 83 (January 1930): 24-28.
  • "What is a Wife's Job Today?" Good Housekeeping (August 1930)
  • "Women in Politics." Quarterly [Women's City Club of New York] (January 1930): 5-7.
  • "Building Character, an Editorial." Parent's Magazine 6 (June 1931): 17.
  • "How I Make my Husband Happy." Babylon Leader [New York] (November 20, 1931).
  • "Let Every Child Have His Own Library." Wings [Literary Guild of American] (January 1931).
  • "Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt Tells the Story in a Nutshell: A Word to the Woman in the Home and to the Woman in Business by the First Lady of New York?" Baltimore and Ohio Magazine 19 (May 1931).
  • "The Question of Jobs." Junior League Magazine (January 1931).
  • "Ten Rules for Success in Marriage." Pictorial Review (December 1931).
  • "Travels of a Democrat." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (February, April, July 1931). 
  • "Be Curious- and Educated!" Liberty (July 2, 1932).
  • "Christmas." New York American (December 24, 1932).
  • "Economic Readjustment Necessary." Democratic Bulletin (1932). 
  • "Grow Old Gracefully." Reader's Digest (September 1932).
  • "Grandmothers Can Still Be Young." Liberty 9 (February 20, 1932): 38-40.
  • "How to Choose a Candidate." Liberty (November 5 1932).
  • "Make them Believe in You: An Editorial." Babies-Just Babies (November 1932).
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt Finds Politics Give Chance to Serve Humanity." New York Times (December 4 1932).
  • "Preparing the Child For Citizenship." New York Times (April 24, 1932).
  • "Presenting 'Babies-Just Babies." Babies-Just Babies (October 1932).
  • "Today's Girl and Tomorrow's Job." Woman's Home Companion (June 1932).
  • "What are the Movies Doing to Us." Modern Screen (November 1932).
  • "What Religion Means to me." Forum (December 1932).
  • "What Ten Million Women Want." Home Magazine (March 1932).
  • "Wives of Great Men." Liberty (October 1, 1932). 
  • "Women's Political Responsibility." Democratic Bulletin (January 1932).
  • "The Camp for Unemployed Women: A Novel American Experiment Under the Relief Administration." World Today: Encyclopedia Britannica (October 1933).
  • "A Child Belongs in the Country: An Editorial." Babies-Just Babies (May 1933).
  • "Children of School Age." School Life (March 1933).
  • "Consider the Babies: An Editorial." Babies-Just Babies (January 1933).
  • "Depicts Home Life in the White House." New York Times (April 30, 1933).
  • "A Happy New Year: An Editorial." Babies-Just Babies (May 1933).
  • "Has Life Been Too Easy for US?" Liberty (February 4, 1933).
  • "In Appreciation of Anne Alive!" Anne Alive! A Year in the Life of A Girl of New York State (1933).
  • Lives of Great Men: An Editorial." Babies-Just Babies (February 1933). 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt Interviewed by Washington Co-Ed." Washington College Bulletin (November- December 1933).
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt Replies to the Letter of an Unknown Woman." McCall's (March 1933).
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt Says Women Must Fit Selves for Office." New York Times (February 1, 1933).
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Story Val-Kill Furniture." Delineator (November 1933).
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt Urges Women to Have Courage of Convictions and to Stand on Own Feet." Clubwoman GWFC [General Federation of Women's Clubs] (February 1933).
  • "Passing Thoughts of Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (February 1933). 
  • "Passing Thoughts of Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (June 1933). 
  • "Recreation as Preparation for Life." Recreation (November 1933). 
  • "Should a Wife Support Herself?" Every Woman (July 1933). 
  • "The State's Responsibility for Fair Working Conditions." Scribner's Magazine 93 (March 1933).
  • "What I Hope to Leave Behind." Pictorial Review (April 1933).
  • "When Nature Smiles: An Editorial." Babies-Just Babies (June 1933).
  • "White House to Mrs. Roosevelt." New York Times (April 1933).
  • "On Girls Learning to Drink." Literary Digest 115 (January 1933): 3.
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: I Want You to Write me." Ladies Home Companion (August 1933):4. 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: Ratify the Child Labor Amendment." Ladies Home Companion (September 1933): 4.  
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: Setting Our House in Order." Ladies Home Companion (October 1933):4.  
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: The Married Women in Business." Ladies Home Companion (November 1933): 14.  
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: I Answer Two Questions." Ladies Home Companion (December 1933): 24.  
  • "Adventures with Early American Furniture." House & Garden (February 1934)
  • "Exposition Farms: A New Idea in Experimental Farming." Consumers' Guide (August 13, 1934). 
  • "First Lady Pleads for Old Age Pensions." Social Security (February 1934) 
  • "Learning to Teach." Circular (April 1934).
  • "[Letter to the Eastern States Association of Professional Schools for Teachers]." Eastern State Association of Professional Schools for Teachers (1934). 
  • "Living and Preparation for life throughout Recreation." Recreation (November 1934).
  • "A Message to Parents and Teachers." Progressive Education (January-February 1934).
  • "Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt." Guidebook for Women's Crusade (1934).
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt Addresses Board." The Clubwoman GWFC (February 1934). 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt Asks Aid in Social Work." New York Times (September 12, 1934).
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt on Home Demonstration Work." Extension Service Review 5 (May 1934): 81. 
  • "The National Conference on the Education of Negroes." The Journal of Negro Education (October 1934).
  • "The New Governmental Interesting the Arts." American Magazine of Art (September 1934). 
  • "On Education." School Life (January 1934). 
  • "The Power of Knowledge." Circular [Educational Research Service, National Education Association] (April 1934).
  • "Subsistence Farmsteads." Forum and Century 91 (April 1934).
  • "The Women's Crusade." Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine (January 1934). 
  • "Women Go After the Facts about Milk Consumption." Consumers' Guide (May 28, 1934).
  • "A Christmas Greeting from Mrs. Roosevelt." The Girl Scout Leader (January 1934): 6.
  • "Learning to Teach." Virginia Teacher 15 (May 1934): 100-101.
  • "What Does the Public Expect from Nursing." American Journal of Nursing 34 (July 1934): 637- 640. 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: Recreation." Ladies Home Companion (January 1934): 4. 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: Too Old for the Job." Ladies Home Companion (February 1934): 4. 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: The Power of Knowledge." Ladies Home Companion (March 1934): 4. 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: Learning to Teach." Ladies Home Companion (April 1934): 4. 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: Youth Facing the Future." Ladies Home Companion (May 1934): 4. 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: I have Confidence in Our Common Sense." Ladies Home Companion (June 1934): 4. 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: Rural Homes." Ladies Home Companion (July 1934). 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: By Car and Tent." Ladies Home Companion (August 1934). 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: Traditional Holidays." Ladies Home Companion (September 1934): 4. 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: Our Island Possessions." Ladies Home Companion (October 1934). 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: Let Us Be Thankful." Ladies Home Companion (November 1934). 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: The Right to Give." Ladies Home Companion (December 1934): 21. 
  • "Because the War Idea is so Obsolete." Why Wars Must Cease (1935). 
  • "Can a Woman Ever Be President in the United States." Cosmopolitan (October 1935).
  • "Children." Hearst's International-Cosmopolitan (January 1935).
  • "Facing the Problems of Youth." Journal of Social Hygiene (October 1935).
  • "Five Years; What Have They Done to Us." Hearst's International-Cosmopolitan (January 1935).
  • "Greetings from Mrs. Roosevelt." The Narraganset Dawn (May 1935): 5
  • "In Defense of Curiosity." Saturday Evening Post (August 24, 1935). 
  • "Jane Addams." Democratic Digest (June 1935).
  • "La Labor de la Union Panamericana." Boletin de la Union Panaermicana (February 1935).
  • "Mountains of Courage." This Week Magazine (November 4, 1935).
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt Believes in Paroles and Providing Jobs for Released Men." Periscope [USNEP Lewisburg, PA] (October 1935).
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: facing Forward." Ladies Home Companion (January 1935):4. 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: Building for the Future." Ladies Home Companion (February 1935): 4. 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: Gardens." Ladies Home Companion (March 1935). 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: Women's Work is Never Done." Ladies Home Companion (April 1935). 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: In Everlasting Remembrance." Ladies Home Companion (May 1935). 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: Maternal Mortality." Ladies Home Companion (June 1935): 4. 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's Page: Tree Worship." Ladies Home Companion (July 1935): 4. 
  • "Passing Thoughts of Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (March 1935). 
  • "Passing Thoughts of Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (October 1935). 
  • "Passing Thoughts of Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (November 1935). 
  • "Passing Thoughts of Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (December 1935). 
  • "The Place of Women in the Community." National Education Association Proceedings (1935: 313-316.
  • "We Can't Wait for the Millennium." Liberty (1935)
  • "We Need Private Charity." Current Controversy (November 1935)
  • "About State Institutions." Caswell News [Caswell Training School, Kinston, NC] (May, 1936).
  • "Are We Overlooking the Pursuit of Happiness?" Parents' Magazine (September 1936).
  • "Congratulatory Message." Democratic Digest (July 1936).
  • "A Fortnight in the White House." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (February 1936).
  • "Goal Kicks for '36." School Life (January 1936).
  • "The Homesteads are Making Good." Democratic Digest (March 1936).
  • "Microphone Duet." Independent Woman (May 1936). 
  • "A Month at the White House." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (June 1936).
  • "The Negro and Social Change." Opportunity (January 1936).
  • "Persistence Wins." School Press Review (October 1936). 
  • "Safeguard the Children." American Child (January 1936).
  • "The Unemployed are not a Strange Race." Democratic Digest (June 1936). 
  • "What Libraries Mean to the Nation." American Library Association Bulletin (June 1936). 
  • "The White House and Here and There." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (July 1936)
  • "Young America looks Forward." America's Town Meeting of the Air (February 27, 1936). 
  • "A Busy Month In and Out of the White House." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (June 1937).
  • "A Christmas Letter." Post-Intelligencer [Seattle] (November 25, 1937).
  • "A Christmas Spirited Housecleaning." Reader's Digest (December 31, 1937).
  • "The First Lady of the Land Takes Part in National Hearing Week." Hearing News (December 1937). 
  • "Health Care Stressed." New York Times (April 26, 1937)
  • "Highlights of a Busy Month." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (May 1937)
  • "Highlights of a Busy Month at the White House." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (August 1937).
  • "Highlights of a Month in the White House." Democratic Digest 14 (August 1937): 2,4. 
  • "Highlights of the Past Few Months." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (March 1937).
  • "A Month in the White House." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (April 1937).
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt as 'Copywriter'." New York Times (July 22, 1937).
  • "My Month." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (December 1937).
  • "A Peaceful Month in the Country." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (October 1937).
  • "In Praise of Molly Dewson." Democratic Digest (November 1937).
  • "Questions." Progressive Education (October 1937).
  • "Should Wives Work?" Good Housekeeping (December 1937).
  • "South by Motor and West by Plane." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (July 1937).
  • "Three Americans Plead for Peace." Democratic Digest (May 1937). 
  • "A Vacation Month Spent in Guest House at the Val-Kill Cottages." Women's Democratic News [New York State Section of the Democratic Digest] (September 1937).
  • "When the First Lady of the Land Entertains: An  Interview." Democratic Digest (September 1937).
  • "Americans I Admire." Women's Day (September 1938).
  • "Americans I Admire." Women's Day (November 1938).
  • "Cherry Blossom Time In Washington." Reader's Digest (April 1938).
  • "A Christmas Reminder." Reader's Digest (December 1938).
  • "Divorce." Ladies Home Journal (April 1938).
  • "Education, a Child's Life." Progressive Education (October 1938).
  • "First Lady Visits a Cooperative League- My Day." Consumers' Cooperative (February 1938).
  • "'Henry Street Pioneer' Review of Lillian Wald: Neighbor and Crusader by R.L. Duffus." Survey Graphic (December 1938).
  • "Lady Bountiful Rolls Up Her Sleeves." Reader's Digest (March 1938).
  • "Mrs. Roosevelts Answers Mr. Wells on 'the Future of the Jews'." Liberty (December 31, 1938).
  • "My Children." McCall's (April 1938).
  • "My Day." Consumers' Cooperative (February 1938).
  • "My Days." Quote 1 (November 1938): 36-37. 
  • "My Home." McCall's (February 1938).
  • "My Job." McCall's (March 1938).
  • "My Month." Democratic Digest 15 (February 1938): 2,4. 
  • "On Teachers and Teaching." Harvard Educational (October 1938).
  • "Resolutions I Wish Consumers Would Make For 1938: A Dozen Targets for Consumers Who Want to Make Their Buying Power Count Toward a Better New Year." Consumers' Guide (January 3, 1938).
  • "Seeking a Place in the Community." Southern Workman (June 1938). 
  • "Should Married Women Work? A Californian Asks Mrs. Roosevelt to Explain Her Statement in the Democratic Digest." Democratic Digest (May 1938).
  • "Success Formula for Public-Spirited Women." Democratic Digest (August 1938).
  • "Trialog on Office Holders." Independent Woman (January 1938).
  • "Two Paths to Peace." Democratic Digest (September 1938).
  • "Youth." Hearst's International-Cosmopolitan (February 1938).
  • "American Democracy and Youth." New University (March 1939).
  • "Americans I Admire." Woman's Day (January 1939).
  • "Americans I Admire." Woman's Day (March 1939).
  • "Challenge." The Guardian (December 1939). 
  • "Conquer Fear and You will Enjoy Living." Look (May 23, 1939)
  • "Current Quotations." Education Digest (May 1939).
  • "Do Our Young People Need Religion." Liberty (June 17, 1939).
  • "Eleanor Roosevelt Says." Educational Music Magazine (January/February 1939)
  • "Energy: Mrs. Roosevelt Tells How She Conserves It." New York Times (May 28, 1939).
  • "Flying is Fun." Collier's (April 22, 1939).
  • "Food in America." Woman's Day (October 1939).
  • "Good Manners." Ladies' Home Journal (June 1939).
  • "Government Becomes Alive." Daily Times [Chicago, Ill] (September 6, 1939).
  • "Keepers of Democracy." Virginia Quarterly Review (January 1939).
  • "Crisis." Mrs. Roosevelt Awards Medal (September 1939). 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt Counsels Women." Democratic Digest (January 1939). 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt on Democratic Women's Day." Democratic Digest (December 1939).
  • "Our American Home." Child Study (May 1939).
  • "Security Begins Beyond the City Limits." Hearst's International-Cosmopolitan (May 1939).
  • "Security for Youth and Age." Time (March 6, 1939).
  • "Snow Medal is Presented to Doctor Parran." Journal for Social Hygiene (March 1939).
  • "Talk to Brides." Good Housekeeping (December 1939).
  • "War! What the Women of American Can do to Prevent It." Woman's Day (April 1939).
  • "Why I am against the People's Vote on War." Liberty (April 8, 1939).
  • "The Women of America Must Fight." This Week Magazine (July 2, 1939).
  • "Women in Politics." Democratic Digest 16 (July 1939): 13,34. 
  • "You Can Prevent Crime." Woman (November 1939).
  • “Democratic Women’s Day in Washington.” Democratic Digest (October 1939).
  • "The American Home and Present Day Conditions." What's New in Home Economics (April 1940).
  • "An Arbor Day Message from the White House." The Chicago Outdoor Art League (April 12, 1940): 1.
  • "Art and Our Warring World." Round Table (November 24, 1940).
  • "Christmas 1940: A Short Story." Liberty (December 28, 1940).
  • "Civil Liberties, the Individual and the Community." Reference Shelf (1940). 
  • "Eleanor Roosevelt on Recreation." Recreation (December 1940).
  • "Farm Youth of Today." American Farm Youth (November 1940).
  • "Fear is the Enemy." Nation (February 10, 1940).
  • "A Guest Editorial." Opportunity (March 1940).
  • "Greetings from Mrs. Roosevelt." The American Scandinavian Good-Will Magazine (October 1940): 26.
  • "Helping them to Help Themselves." Rotarian (April 1940).
  • "Homes for Americans: An Editorial." Women's Day (April 1940).
  • "In Appreciation." Synagogue Light (October 1940). 
  • "Insuring Democracy." Collier's (June 15, 1940).
  • "Interview With Eleanor Roosevelt." Junior League Magazine (1940). 
  • "Intolerance." Cosmopolitan (February 1940).
  • "The Man From Jail." World Digest (June 1940).
  • "Men Have to Be Humored." Woman's Day (August 1940).
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt's advice on public speaking." Democratic Digest (February 1940).
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt Speaks." Democratic Digest (August 1940).
  • "My Advice to American Youth." Look (August 27, 1940).
  • "Read the Bill of Rights." Democratic Digest (January 1940).
  • "Shall We Enroll Aliens? No." Liberty (February 3, 1940).
  • "Sixty Years of Constructive ORT Work." ORT Economic bulletin (November-December 1940).
  • "A Spanking." Liberty (June 22, 1940).
  • "Twenty-Four Hours. America's busiest woman answers the famous query, "how do you do so much."." Ladies Home Journal (October 1940).
  • "Vocational Guidance for Colored Youth." Opportunity (February 1940). 
  • "What Can We Do For Youth." Occupations (October 1940).
  • "What Value has the Ballot For Women." Democratic Digest (June/July 1940).
  • "The White House Speaks." Ladies' Home Journal (June 1940).
  • "Why I still Believe in the Youth Congress." Liberty (April 20, 1940).
  • "Women in Politics." Good Housekeeping 110 (March 1940): 45-?.
  • "American Presidency Book Review." Harvard Law Preview 54, no. 8 (June 1941).
  • "Appreciating the Great Outdoors." Student Life (May 1941).
  • "Defense and Girls." Ladies' Home Journal (May 1941).
  • "First Lady Addresses Workers' Wives." Trade Union Courier (September 1, 1941).
  • "First Lady in Her Own Right." Echo (March 1941).
  • "If I Were a Freshmen." Threshold (October 1941).
  • "Important as Ever." Our Bill of Rights: What it Means to Me, a National Symposium. (1941). 
  • "An Inspiration to All." Opinion (November 1941). 
  • "Know What We Defend." Democratic Digest (June 1941). 
  • "Larder for the Democracies." Democratic Digest (October 1941).
  • "My Week: Rural Electrification." Our Country (May 1941).
  • "Our Widening Horizon." Democratic Digest (February 1941).
  • "Over the Air on Democratic Women's Day." Democratic Digest (November 1941). 
  • "Realities Which Women Must Face About Themselves and About the World as It is Now and as it Might Be." The Afraamerican Woman's Journal (1941). 
  • "Shall We Draft American Women?" Liberty (December 13, 1941).
  • "Social Gains and Defense." Common Sense (March 1941).
  • "Speech Training for the Youth." Quarterly Journal of Speech (October 1941).
  • "To the Women of Norway." Norway (1941): 42. 
  • "Tower Club." The Tower: Yearbook of the Tower Club, Ohio State University (1941).
  • "Tribute to Her Brother." Time (October 6, 1941).
  • "Weaving: An Old American Handcraft." Woman's Day (February 1941).
  • "What does Pan-American Friendship Mean." Congressional Record Appendix (October 22, 1941).
  • "What is the Matter with Women?" Liberty (May 3, 1941).
  • "What Must We Do to Improve the Health and Well-being of the American People?" Town Meeting (December 8, 1941).
  • "What's Wrong with the Draft." Look (July 15, 1941).
  • "Women in Defense: A Script by Mrs. Roosevelt." New York Times Magazine (December 7, 1941).
  • "Workers Should Join Unions." American Federationist (1941).
  • "Attitudes of Youth and Morale." The Family in A World of War (1942). 
  • "Born in the USA." Baby Talk (July 1942).
  • "The Community and Morale." Educational Record (January 1942). 
  • "The Democratic Effort." Common Ground Spring (1942).
  • "Education is the Cornerstone on which we Must Build Liberty." Education for Victory (April 1, 1942). 
  • "For American Unity." American Unity (October 1942).
  • ""How about Your Vacation."" Cosmopolitan (April 1942).
  • "'The Issue is Freedom.' Review of American Unity and Asia by Pearl Buck." New Republic (August 3, 1942).
  • "Kedgeree." Sincerely Yours: A collection of Favorite Recipes of Well-Known Persons (1942). 
  • "Let us Earn a True Peace." Country Gentleman (December 1942).
  • "Let us Have Faith in Democracy." Land Policy Review (January 1942).
  • "Marching… With Eleanor Roosevelt: This Month Your Government Asks that You…" McCall's (March 1942).
  • "Messages." Free World (October 1942).
  • "Mobilization for Human Needs." Democratic Digest (November 1942). 
  • "Mobilizing Human Skills." Common Sense (July 1942). 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt Sends Columbus Day Message to Jewish People Through Jewish Mirror." Jewish Mirror (October 1942).
  • "Must We Hate to Fight? No." Saturday Review of Literature (July 4, 1942).
  • "My Day." Democratic Digest 19 (September 1942):14. 
  • "My Day: The Polish Day." The Pulaski Foundation Bulletin (December 1942).
  • "Race, Religion and Prejudice." New Republic (May 11, 1942).
  • "To Care for Him Who Shall Have Borne the Battle." Collier's (November 28, 1942).
  • "War Work is Not Enough." Democratic Digest (October 1942).
  • "What is Morale?" Saturday Review of Literature (July 4, 1942). 
  • "What We Are Fighting For."  American Magazine (July 1942). 
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt Concurs." Soda Fountain (September 1942): 6.
  • "Prison Labor." Bourne (October 1942).
  • "Vision of the New World by ER." The Listener (November 12, 1942).
  • "Abolish Jim Crowe." New Threshold (August 1943).
  • "The Case Against the Negro Press. Con." Negro Digest (February 1943).
  • "A Challenge to American Sportsmanship." Collier's (October 16, 1943).
  • "Eleanor Visits the South Pacific: As the First Lady Views It." Democratic Digest (September 1943). 
  • "English Women Doing the Job." The Flying Times (February 5, 1943).
  • "First Lady Adds to Four Freedoms." New York Times (July 15, 1943).
  • "The First Lady on Home Safety." Home Safety Review (May-June 1943).
  • "The First Lady Speaks on "Voice of the Army" by North Callahan." Army Life and the United States Army Recruiting News (November 1943). 
  • "The First Lady Speaks." Sunday Chicago Bee (December 5, 1943).
  • "The Four Equalities." Negro Digest (September 1943).
  • "Freedom: Promise of Fact." Negro Digest (September 1943).
  • "Good Wishes." Knickerbocker Weekly (May 10, 1943): 3.
  • "Greetings." The Afraamerican Woman's Journal Summer (1943): 2.
  • "Greetings!" Bridge [The Credit Union National Association] (January 1943).
  • "How Britain is Treating our Soldier Boys and Girls." Ladies' Home Journal (February 1943).
  • "It's a Ladies' Fight." Kelly Magazine [San Antonio Service] Christmas (1943).
  • "It's Patriotic to Teach." Educational Leadership (October 1943).
  • "A Message to the Mountain Folk." Arcadian Life Magazine Spring/Summer (1943).
  • "Monthly Posters are Vital in War Bond Sale." Minute Man (May 15, 1943).
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt Addresses Textile Workers." Proceedings, Third Biennial Convention [Textile Works Union of America, CIO] (May 10-14, 1943).
  • "Objectives of Victory." Unpublished (November 7, 1943).
  • "The Persecution of Jews in Europe." The Answer 1 (September 7, 1943): 21. 
  • "The Red Cross in the South Seas." Ladies' Home Journal (December 1943).
  • "Studying Spanish." Saturday Review of Literature (April 10, 1943).
  • "They Talk Our Language Differently." Collier's (February 27, 1943).
  • "Trained Minds and Trained Hearts." Smith Alumnae Quarterly (May 1943). 
  • "Women at War in Great Britain." Ladies' Home Journal (April 1943).
  • "Women Students- the men are Counting on You!" Intercollegian (December 1943).
  • "The World We Want." Letter from America (January 22, 1943).
  • "Your New World." Life Story (February 1943).
  • "American Red Cross 'Down Under'." American Lawn Tennis (April 1943).
  • "The American Spirit." Congress Weekly (June 9, 1943).
  • “Democratic Women’s Day in Washington.” Democratic Digest (October 1943).
  • "American Women in the War." Reader's Digest (January 1944).
  • "As Johnny Thinks of Home: He Idealizes What He Left Behind." Social Action (March 15, 1944).
  • "Eleanor Roosevelt Says." Ammunition [UAW-CIO] (August 1944). 
  • "'Henry Wallace's Democracy' Review of Democracy Reborn by Henry Wallace." New Republic (August 7, 1944).
  • "How To Take Criticism." Ladies' Home Journal (November 1944).
  • "I Will Get Well." This Week Magazine (May 14, 1944).
  • "If you Ask Me." Reader's Digest (September 1944).
  • "Equality is Labor's Cause: In Unity There is Strength." Workmen's Circle 12 (July 1944): 10.
  • "Is the Human Race Worth Saving?" Liberty (December 23, 1944).
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt, Despite Criticism, Prefers a Life of Service to Role of a Dresden Doll." New York Times (October 25, 1944).
  • "New Stepping Stones in the Pacific." Survey Graphic (January 1944).
  • "Our Homes in the Post-War world." National Parent Teacher (June 1944).
  • "Post War Problems." Live Stream (May 17, 1944).
  • "Role of the Educator." Journal of the National Education Association (March 1944).
  • "The South In Postwar America." Southern Patriot (June 1944).
  • "To the Women of the B & O Family." Baltimore and Ohio Magazine (June 1944).
  • "We Must Have Compulsory Service." Parents' Magazine (November 1944).
  • "What I Saw in the South." Ladies' Home Journal (February 1944).
  • "What Kind of World are We Fighting For?" Canadian Home Journal (January 1944).
  • "What Will Happen to Women War Workers in Post-War America." Southern Patriot (April 1944).
  • "What Will Victory Bring." Argosy (April 1944).
  • "Woman's Place After the War." Click (August 1944).
  • "Women at the Peace Conference." Reader's Digest (April 1944).
  • "Women in the Post-World War." Journal of Educational Sociology (April 1944).
  • "Young Men Must Look Forward." Future (June 1944).
  • "Women's Place After the War." Click 7 (August 1944): 17-19.
  • "Address at Conference on Educational Programs for Veterans." Education for Victory (April 20, 1945).
  • "From the Melting Pot- An American Race." Liberty (July 14, 1945).
  • "Greetings to the Girls of Todhunter." Todhunter Alumnae Bulletin (January 1945).
  • "A Milestone in Human Relations." Council Women (May-June 1945).
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt Resumes New Column; She Calls on People to Achieve Objectives." New York Times (April 18, 1945).
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt Says." Bayonet (January 1945).
  • "Music in the White House." Your Music (November 1945).
  • "Now for the World We are Fighting For." Modern Mystic and Monthly Science Review (July 1945).
  • "One of Many." Reader's Digest (June 1945).
  • "One of My Husband's Favorites." The Mast (July 1945): 1.
  • "Personal Sorrow Lost in Humanity's Sadness." Democratic Digest (June 1945).
  • "The Refugee's Place in American Life." Talks (January 1945).
  • "Symposium." Bayonet (January 1945).
  • "This is My America." True Confessions (February 1945).
  • "Tolerance is an Ugly Word." Coronet (July 1945).
  • "The Veteran Returns to His Family." True Confessions (March 20, 1945).
  • "A Vision for Today." New York Times Magazine (December 24, 1945).
  • "You Can't Pauperize Children." Ladies' Home Journal (September 1945).
  • "Can America Be Prosperous in a Sea of Human Misery?" Ladies' Home Journal (May 1946).
  • "Eleanor Roosevelt to the German American." German American (October 15, 1946).
  • "For An International Bill of Rights." Democratic Digest (July 1946).
  • "Human Rights and Human Freedom: An American View." New York Times (March 24, 1946). 
  • "Importance of Background Knowledge in Building for the Future." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (July 1946).
  • "A Message to American Girls." American Girl (February 1946).
  • "The Minorities Question." Toward a Better World (1946).
  • "Mrs. Roosevelt Hails Berlin Party's Paper." New York Times (June 1946).
  • "My Father and I." New York Times Magazine (June 16, 1946).
  • "People Interview Mrs. Roosevelt; excerpts from "If You Ask Me"." Saturday Review of Literature 29 (March 23, 1946): 24. 
  • "United Nations and You." Vital Speeches of the Day 112 (May 1, 1946): 444-445.
  • "U.S. Position on International Refugee Organization." Department of State Bulletin (November 24, 1946).
  • "Why I do not Choose to Run." Look (July 9, 1946).
  • "Why I Travel." Holiday (April 1946).
  • “The Degradation of German Women.” Collier’s (1946).
  • “Eleanor Roosevelt Said…” Oakland Alumni News ( December 1946).
  • "I Tell My Life Story In Pictures." Look (September 16, 1947).
  • “If You Ask Mrs. Roosevelt.” Scholastic Teacher (March 17, 1947): 7.
  • "In Pursuit of Happiness." Woman's Journal (August 1947).
  • "International Bill of Human Rights." Methodist Woman (November 1947).
  • "Message From Mrs. Roosevelt, Chairman Commission on Human Rights." United Nations Weekly Bulletin (February 25, 1947).
  • “Roosevelt, Franklin Delano.” Ten Eventful Years: A Record of Events of the Years Preceding Including and Following World War II, 1937 through 1946 vol.3 (1947).
  • “The Russians Are Tough.” Look (February 18, 1947).
  • “Should A Negro Boy Ask A White Girl to Dance.” Negro Digest (December 1947).
  • “Women and the United Nations.” General Federation (September 1947).
  • “Acceptance Address.”  Bryn Mawr Alumnae (April 1948).
  • “A Comment by the Commission Chairman: Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt.” United Nations Bulletin (July 1948).
  • “A Decade of Democratic Women’s Days.” Democratic Digest (August 1948).
  • “Fifty Years of Community Service.” Society for Ethical Culture (1948).
  • “Forward.” FDR- His Personal Letters, 1905-1928 (1948).
  • “Greetings to the Queen of the Netherlands.” Den Vaderlant Ghetrouwe (1948):13.
  • “Her Er Min Historie.” Alt for Damerne (September 1948);4-5, 23.
  • “Letters from Our Honeymoon.” Ladies’ Home Journal (December 1948).
  • “Liberals in the Year of Decision.” The Christian Register [Unitarian] (June 1948).
  • “Message from Mrs. [unknown].” Conscience et Liberte (1948):2.
  • “Plain Talk About Wallace.” Democratic Digest (April 1948).
  • “The Promise of Human Rights.” Foreign Affairs (April 1948).
  • “Toward Human Rights Throughout the World.” Democratic Digest (February 1948).
  • “Struggle for Human Rights.” State Department Bulletin (October 10, 1948).
  • “Dette Jusker Jeg.” Alt for Damerne (December 1949).
  • “God is My Judge,’ says Mrs. Roosevelt.” Brooklyn Daily Eagle (July 27, 1949).
  • “Human Rights.” Peace on Earth (1949).
  • “Human Factor in the Development of International.” (March 21, 1949).
  • “Importance of the [unknown].” United Nations Bulletin (July 1, 1949).
  • “International Children’s Emergency Fund.” Relief for Children (Dept. of State Publication 3415, International organization and Conference Series III).(December 1949).
  • “Making Human Rights Come Alive.” Phi Delta Kappa (September 1949).
  • “A Message to College Men.” Prologue (Bowdoin College).(May 1949).
  • “Messages on Human.” United Nations Bulletin ( December 15, 1949).
  • “The Struggle for Human Rights.” Department of State Publication; International Organization and Conference Series III (February 1949).
  • “This I Remember.” McCall’s (June-December 1949).
  • “This I Remember.” Montreal Standard (November 5-36, 1949).
  • “Universal Declaration of Human Rights.” School Life (March 1949).
  • “Universal Declaration of Human Rights: The Rights of Assembly.” United Nations Bulletin (January 1, 1949).
  • “The Universal Declarations of Human Rights.” Conference on Educational Problems of Special Culture Groups (August September 18-7, 1949).
  • “What I Think of the United Nations.” United Nations World (August 1949).
  • “A Brief History of the Drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and of the Draft Covenant on Human Rights.” Negro History Bulletin (November 1950 ).
  • “Continue the Fight for Better Schools.” School Life (December 1950).
  • “A Front on Which We May Server.” United Nations World (June 1950).
  • “If I Were a Republican.” Cosmopolitan (June 1950).
  • “A Message to Boys’ Village…And You!” Southwest Louisiana Boys’ Village News ( August 1950).
  • “Mrs. Roosevelt’s Centenary Visit.” The Bulletin of Centenary Junior College [Hackettstown, NJ] (March 1950).
  • “Mrs. Roosevelt Discusses Human Rights.” American Association for the United Nations – United Nations Reporter (April 1950).
  • “The Real Pearl Mesta.” Flair ( October 1950).
  • “Reason…Must…Dominate.” United Nations Bulletin (April 1950).
  • “Roosevelt was Myn Man.” Margriet (January-June 1950).
  • “This I Believe About Public Schools.” The Nation’s Schools (March 1950).
  • “This I Remember.” Omnibook (May 1950).
  • “United Nations; All of Us Can Help.” Book of Knowledge, 1950 Annual (1950).
  • “What Liberty Means to Me.” Liberty (1950).
  • “Women Have Come a Long Way.” Harper’s vol. 12 (October 1950):1-45.
  • “Women Have Come a Long Way, excerpts.” Scholastic vol. 57 (October 11, 1950):13.
  • “We Can Meet the Soviet challenge…By Educating All Those With Ability.” New Lincoln School Conference News ( 1950).
  • “Elementary Teacher as a Champion of Human Rights.” Instructor (September 1951).
  • “Esperance pour l’Europe.” Notre Europe (March 1951).
  • “Greetings for the 150th  Birthday of the London Sunday Dispatch.” London Sunday Dispatch (1951):1.
  • “The Home: A Citadel of Freedom.” Jewish Parents Magazine (April 1951).
  • “Redrafting the Human Rights Covenant.” United Nations Bulletin (April 15, 1951).
  • “Report on the Covenant.” United Nations World ( August 1951).
  • “The Seven People Who Shaped My Life.” Look (June 19, 1951).
  • “Statement of Draft.” Department of State (December 31,1951).
  • “War or No War…The Battle for Better Schools Must Be.” Parents’ Magazine ( April 1951).
  • “A World For Peace.” International House Quarterly. Summer ( 1951).
  • “Communist Charges Against U.S. Territorial.” Department of State Bulletin (December 29, 1952).
  • “Convention Headliners.” Democratic Digest (August-September 1952).
  • “First Need: Resettlement.” Nation ( June 7, 1952).
  • “Growth That Starts From Thinking.” This I Believe: The Living Philosophies of One Hundred Thoughtful Men In All Walks Of Life (1952).
  • “Progress Towards Completion of Human Rights Covenants.” Department of State Bulletin (June 30, 1951).
  • “A Report on the Covenant of Human Rights.” Delhi Mirror ( February 24, 1952).
  • “Restlessness of Youth: An Asset to Free Societies.” Department of State Bulletin (January 21,1951).
  • “UN: Good U.S. Investment.” Foreign Policy Bulletin (October 1, 1952).
  • “The United Nations and .” See ( November 1952).
  • “The Universal: Validity of Man’s Right to Self-Determination.” Department of State Bulletin ( December 8, 1952).
  • “The Education of an American.” House & Garden (August 1953).
  • “The Japan I Saw.” Minneapolis Sunday Tribune Picture Roto (October 11,1953).
  • “Should UN Remain a Major Plank in U.S. Policy?” Foreign Policy Bulletin (October 15,1953).
  • “Soviet Attacks on Social Conditions in the U.S.” Department of State Bulletin ( January 19, 1953).
  • “Speaking of Teaching.” National Parent Teacher ( November 1953).
  • “To Answer Their Needs.” United Nations Bulletin ( January 15, 1953).
  • “ U.N. and the Welfare of the World.” National Parent Teacher ( June 1953).
  • “U.N. Deliberations on Draft Convention on the Political Rights of Women.” Department of State Bulletin ( January 5, 1953).
  • “The Fears of free Americans.” Student Council Pamphlet (March 26-28, 1954).
  • “Memo To the Field.” AAUN News ( November 1954).
  • “Mrs. Roosevelt, Mr. Dies Debate: Recollections of Early Congressional Inquiry into Communism.” U.S. News and Report ( August 27, 1954).
  • “The Need for Intellectual Freedom.” Say: The Alumni Magazine of Roosevelt College spring ( 1954).
  • “Negotiate With Russia: Never Use the H-Bomb.” Time ( August 30, 1954).
  • “Roosevelt Day Greetings .” ADA World ( February 1954).
  • “Should You Help Your Children?” Lifetime Living ( December 1954).
  • “Why are We Co-operating with Tito.” Look ( October 1954).
  • “The Best Times of Our Lives’ As Told to Michael.” Family Circle ( August 1955).
  • “Children of Israel.” Midstream (1955) Autumn. 
  • “In Service of Truth.” Nation ( July 9, 1955).
  • “Is A U/N. Charter Review Conference Advisable.” Congressional Digest ( October 1955).
  • “Obligation of Leadership.” Childhood Education ( October 1955).
  • “Patience, Persistence, Vision and Work.” The Christian Register [ Unitarian] (July 1955).
  • “Promise Fulfilled.” Hadassah Newsletter (November 1955).
  • “Report to the Membership.” AAUN News ( February 1955).
  • “Memo From the Field.” AAUN News ( March 1955)
  • “Social Responsibility for the Individual Welfare.” National Policies for Education, Health, and Social Services (1955).
  • “Your United Nations.” Bulletin of the American Library Association ( October 1955).
  • “Memo From the Field.” AAUN News ( March 1956).
  • “Age, Health, and Politics; an Interview.” Journal of Lifetime Living ( April 1956).
  • “Attorney General’s List and Civil Liberties: Replies to an Anvil Questionnaire.” Anvil and Student Partisan ( 1956 ).
  • “Do the King Thing.” Every Week ( October 15-19, 1956).
  • “Housing for Everybody; an Interview.” Co-Op Contact [United Housing Foundation Community Services, Inc.] (May 1956).
  • “Memories of FDR.” Look (April 17, 1956).
  • “Mrs. Roosevelt Applauds Labor’s Strength and Unity.” Railway Clerk (January 1, 1956).
  • “Prayer for a Better World.” Parent’s Magazine ( June 1956). 
  • “The Right to Vote.” Voting Guide, 1956: How to Make Your Vote Count (1956).
  • “Salute to Montgomery [Alabama].” Liberation (December 1956).
  • “Contribution to North Africa’s Welfare.” The Alliance Review ( December 1957).
  • “La contribution de la Alianza al Bienstar de.” Revista de la Alliance ( July 1957).
  • “Schoolday Tips from Mrs. Roosevelt.” Sunday Star Magazine [Washington] ( August 25,1957).
  • “Among My Favorites: A Massachusetts Coast.” Art in America (spring 1958).
  • “A Brief Message to Japanese Women.” Today’s Japan ( September 1958).
  • “F.D.R. As Seen By Eleanor Roosevelt.” Wisdom (January 1958).
  • “How to Get the Most Out of Life.” Star Weekly Magazine [Toronto] ( August 30, 1958).
  • “I Had to Grow Up Quickly’ An Interview with Art Unger (August 1958). 
  • “Mrs. Roosevelt on Current Plays, Government Subsidy of the Arts, etc:An.” Equity (October 1958).
  • “The Value of Human Personality.” Intercollegian ( September 1958).
  • “Values to Live By.” Jewish Heritage (Spring 1958).
  • “Remarks on the 10th Anniversary of the State of Israel.” O Globo ( April 24, 1958).
  • “Interview with Mrs. Roosevelt.” 139 Round-Up (May 1958).
  • “Churchill at the White House.” The Atlantic Monthly (1959).
  • “A Dessert Mother’s Helper Can Prepare.” Kids’ Stuff ( Fall 1959).
  • “Is America Facing World Leadership.” Journal of the American Association of University Women (October 1959).
  • “The Meaning of Freedom.” This Week Magazine ( May 3, 1959).
  • “Mein Leben Ohne Franklin.” Annabelle (March, April 1959).
  • “Mrs. Roosevelt reports on Her Trip to Russia.” Equity ( May 1959).
  • “On Reaching Her 75th Birthday Eleanor Roosevelt Praises Television’s Contribution to the Senior Citizen.” TV Guide ( October 17, 1959).
  • “Segregation.” Educational Forum ( November 1959).
  • “Universal Declaration of Human Rights.” U.N. Review ( January 1959).
  • “What Are We For.” The Search for America (1959).
  • “Where I Get My Energy.” Harper’s ( January 1959).
  • “Why Am I Opposed to ‘Right to Work’ Laws.” AFL-CIO American Federationist (February 1959).
  • “Education is Essential.” Bryn Mawr Alumnae ( Winter 1960).
  • “Grandmothers Can Still Be Young’ Life in the Liberty Years: A Nostalgic Look at the ‘20s.’30s, and ‘40s.” Growing Towards Peace (1960).
  • “Mrs. R Addresses the Convention.” AAUN News ( March 1960).
  • “My Advice to the Next First Lady.” Redbook ( November 1960).
  • “Prospects of Mankind.” The Lisner and B.B.C. Television Review ( October 1960).
  • “Dialogue: Mrs. Roosevelt.” St. Petersburg Times [Florida] ( October 29,1961).
  • “The Joy of Reading.” Coronet ( September 1961).
  • “A Policy Toward Castro’s Cuba.” Current ( June 1961).
  • “A President’s Planning.” Saturday Review ( July 18,1961).
  • “What Has Happened to the American Dream.” Atlantic ( April 1961).
  • “Excerpts from Testimony before Antitrust and Monopoly Subcommittee hearings on the Price of Hearing Aids April 18,1962.” Hearing News ( May 1962).
  • “Modern Children and Old-Fashioned Manners.” Redbook ( 1962).
  • “Mrs. Roosevelt’s Christmas Sampler.” McCall’s (December 1962).
  • “The Teaching Challenge of the Future.” Graduate Comment [Wayne State University] ( October 1962).
  • “What Can I Do about Peace and People.” Bookshelf [National Board of Y.W.C.A] (summer 1962).
  • “A Woman for the Times.” Boston Globe ( May 27, 1962).
  • “Greetings to the Moscow News Daily.” Moscow Daily News ( January 6, 1962).
  • “Remarks to the Grange.” As Others See Us ( 1962).
  • “Mrs. FDR Gives Her Views on Education in a Changing World.”  SEC News (June 1962).
  • “Visit to Campobello.” Ford Times ( April 1963).
  • “Will Your Child Live a Successful Life?” Family Circle ( January 1964).
  • “Wise and Warm Thoughts From Eleanor Roosevelt.” Good Housekeeping ( June 1966).
 
Serial Columns
 
  • “Mrs. Roosevelt’s Page.” Ladies’ Home Companion ( 1933-1935).
  • "My Day." Various Newspapers (1935-1962).
  • “Dear Mrs. Roosevelt.” Democratic Digest ( August-January 1937-1941).
  • “This Is My Story.” Ladies’ Home Journal ( April-January 1938-1939).
  • "If You Ask Me." Ladies Home Journal (1941-1949).
  • "If You Ask Me." Ladies Home Journal (1949-1962).

Radio and Television Shows

  • The Pond's Dance Program (1932-1933).
  • The Simmons Program (1934).
  • Americans of Tomorrow (1934).
  • It's a Woman's World (1935).
  • Talks by Mrs. Roosevelt (1937).
  • Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt's Own Program (1940).
  • Over Our Coffee Cups (1941-1942).
  • The Eleanor and Anna Roosevelt Program (1948-1949).
  • Today with Mrs. Roosevelt (1950).
  • Mrs. Roosevelt Meets the Public (1950-1951).
  • The Eleanor Roosevelt Program (1950-1951).
  • Prospects of Mankind (1960-1962).