U.S. At War: Home from Home

Some day Franklin Roosevelt may be looking for a new job. He may even go back to law practice, may work again in the firm of Roosevelt & O'Connor. Always foresighted, Anna Eleanor Roosevelt Roosevelt hunted a New York City apartment.

Last week she found one, in a 15-story apartment building facing Washington Square: seven rooms, three baths, a fireplace, built-in bookcases. In the rear of the building is a little Spanish courtyard with scenes from the career of Don Quixote traced in its tilework. The address: 29 Washington Square West.

The old Roosevelt town houses on East 65th Street are for sale,...

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