People: People, Apr. 19, 1948

Eleanor Roosevelt, tireless globetrotter, was the guest who mattered in England last week. "She is welcome not only for the great name she bears," observed the London News Chronicle, speaking for a great many people, "but for her own endearing qualities of heart and mind."

She spent her first weekend at Windsor Castle with the royal family. In London she shook 300 hands at a daytime reception (she wore a black hat, scattered with daisies), dined with the U.S. Ambassador, the Prime Minister and the Foreign Minister. She went to Covent Garden (in a...

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