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'Eleanor Roosevelt Remembered,' a Touching Tribute by Eight Women

Monday, December 17, 2012

WNYC

This 1962 tribute to the former first lady features eight women reminiscing about their friend, and illuminating the many different areas of Eleanor Roosevelt's politically wide-ranging life. 

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The 'Anatomy' of Fannie Hurst, Memoirist and Romance Novelist

Monday, October 22, 2012

WNYC

Largely forgotten today, Fannie Hurst was for many years one of the most highly paid and widely read novelists of her time. Anatomy of Me is Hurst's just-published autobiography, which she discusses at this 1958 Books and Authors Luncheon.

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Reminiscences of Eleanor Roosevelt by 8 Friends

Saturday, November 10, 1962

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Moderator Lee Graham hosts Rose Schneiderman, Fannie Hurst, Mrs. D. Grayvitch, Eleanor Clark French, Eileen Harity, Anna Cross, Frances Perkins, and Irene Wicker as they speak about their friend Eleanor Roosevelt, ...

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Fannie Hurst, Vladimir Nabokov, and Agnes DeMille

Monday, October 27, 1958

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Three writers speak about themselves and their latest books.
Fannie Hurst discusses her autobiography "Anatomy of Me." She talks about the kinds of questions audiences ask about her book - ...

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Interfaith Observation Program

Sunday, September 24, 1950

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Celebration of Interfaith ceremony.

Dr. Channing H Tobias reads from scripture.

Gloria Swanson speaks about the sacrifices made by our forefathers. Speaks of how sometimes ...

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YWCA Spots : Donation requests

Monday, January 01, 1900

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Celebrities provide information about the YWCA's ...

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