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Title
[Interview with Alice Roosevelt Longworth]
Type
Audio
Genre Form
interviews
autobiographies
sound recording
Language
English
Geographic Coverage
United States
Identified By
Lccn: 2003644854
Summary
Alice Roosevelt Longworth discusses various topics during these interviews that take place over several days. On Feb. 1 Longworth tells Mr. Heckscher (Arthur?) about her visits with Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt at the White House and comments that Eleanor Roosevelt thought that Franklin's mother, Sara Roosevelt, was pompous. On Feb. 7 she describes Joe Lash's wife coming to tea and discusses the rumors about her (Alice) wanting to marry Franklin Roosevelt. On Feb. 8 Longworth discusses the third installment of the Manchester book (possibly Death of a president by William Manchester), Mrs. Lyndon Johnson's desire to wear gloves like Jacqueline Kennedy, and Mrs. Kennedy's drinking habits. On March 16 the topics are Simon Bessie, Saul Steinberg and dinner for Walter Lippmann. On March 30 she talks about Gore Vidal's book and how most books now devote at least one chapter to homosexuals.
Capture
Recorded on various dates between Feb. 1 and March 30, 1967.
Authorized Access Point
Longworth, Alice Roosevelt, 1884-1980. [Interview with Alice Roosevelt Longworth]
Authorized Access Point Variant
Joanna Sturm Collection (Library of Congress) [Interview with Alice Roosevelt Longworth]