ELEANOR ROOSEVELT. First Lady of the United States.
Typewritten Letter Signed, one page, octavo, February 20, 1936. On White House stationery, to her literary agent George Bye.
“I would consider any radio contract that was perfectly all right and brought in sufficient return to make it worthwhile, but I would want to be sure that it was correct in every way.
“I would be glad to make any revisions you want in the illiteracy article.
“I am so sorry for poor Mrs. Bye. If only it would clear up here I would be more than delighted to have her come down and use the sun porch on the third floor where she could be completely isolated until she was ready to see people. However, we have had so much bad weather it is no better here than it is in New York.”
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