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Eleanor Roosevelt and John Roosevelt, 1935

Eleanor Roosevelt and John Roosevelt, 1935

Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt return to the White House after FDR was inaugurated for a third term on January 20, 1941. (Roosevelt Library)

Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt return to the White House after FDR was inaugurated for a third term on January (Roosevelt Library)

Young Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt

Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt in Hyde Park, New York shortly after their marriage, March

(one of) Eleanor Roosevelt's Inaugural Gown  Note:  in this dress, Mrs. Roosevelt was the first First Lady to expose her arms.

First Ladies’ gowns are back on view at the Smithsonian

Eleanor Roosevelt holding a knife preparing to cut FDR's birthday cake at one of the Birthday Balls. 1930s.

Eleanor Roosevelt holding a knife preparing to cut FDR's birthday cake at one of the Birthday Balls.

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