The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers

Eleanor Roosevelt to John F. Kennedy

June 2, 1958

Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt
211 east 62nd street
new york 21, n. y.

Dear Senator Kennedy:

Thank you very much for your letter of May 29th.

I will be happy to arrange to see you when you are in New York if you will let me know when you expect to be here. Unfortunately, I have no plans to be in Washington in the near future.

Very sincerely yours,

Eleanor Roosevelt


Index to this Document: Kennedy, John F.: ER, requests meeting with; Roosevelt, Eleanor: JFK, meeting requested by

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Recommended citation: Eleanor Roosevelt, John Kennedy, and the Election of 1960: A Project of The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers, ed. by Allida Black, June Hopkins, John Sears, Christopher Alhambra, Mary Jo Binker, Christopher Brick, John S. Emrich, Eugenia Gusev, Kristen E. Gwinn, and Bryan D. Peery (Columbia, S.C.: Model Editions Partnership, 2003). Electronic version based on unpublished letters. .

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