How Marguerite LeHand Shaped the Franklin D. Roosevelt White House

During the New Deal, Eleanor Roosevelt redefined the role of first lady and Frances Perkins broke ground as the first woman in the cabinet. And then there was Marguerite LeHand, whose official position was personal secretary to the president, Franklin D. Roosevelt. But a new book, Kathryn Smith’s “The Gatekeeper: Missy LeHand, FDR, and the… Read more »




Eleanor and Hick

…a brisk, readable account of the intersection between these two women…