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Historical Context



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Teaching Activities--Visual Evidence

Photo 2: Members of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Meet with Eleanor Roosevelt, July 1948.

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(Franklin D. Roosevelt Museum and Library Collection)

1. Find Eleanor Roosevelt in the photo. Who are the other people present? Do they seem interested in Roosevelt?

2. What is the setting for this photo? How does it reflect the way Roosevelt lived at Val-Kill?

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