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She drew especially close to Marion Dickerman and Nancy Cook , two of her
associates from the women ' s division of the Democratic Party . Marion and Nan
had lived and worked together for many years . During World War I they had
Nancy Cook ( second from left ) and Marion Dickerman ( right ) became Eleanor '
s closest friends . They are shown with Marion ' s sister Peggy Levenson in front
of Eleanor ' s seven - passenger touring car , July 1926 . Marion and Nan ...
Marion Dickerman was a teacher and vice - principal at the Todhunter School in
Manhattan , a private school for girls . At her invitation , Eleanor began to teach
classes in literature , drama , and American history . When Marion was offered a ...
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A thorough, well-researched photobiography about Eleanor by one of the best biographers today - Russell Freedman. Leer comentario completo
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