The Press: First Lady's Home Journal

Mrs. Franklin Roosevelt graciously greeted a gathering of writers, critics and reporters last week at the Manhattan "editorial workshop'' of Philadelphia's Ladies' Home Journal. Momentarily lost in the bulky herd of Rockefeller Center office buildings, Mrs. Roosevelt had arrived a little late and out of breath at her own party. Its purpose was to inform the world that Ladies' Home Journal will appear next week with the first installment of "This Is My Story," Anna Eleanor Roosevelt Roosevelt's autobiography. These memoirs were billed as the first ever ¬ówritten by a First Lady while resident in the White House. The Journal editors...

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