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Typed Letter Signed, on White House stationery, Washington, D C, Nov. 1, 1938
. Written to the Director of the Women's Division of the Democratic National Committee, Dorothy McAllister, whom Roosevelt addresses as "Mrs. Thomas McAllister," the President indicates that, "I was much interested in looking over the 'Rainbow Fliers', prepared by the Women's Division," assures her that her, "statements...will have every consideration when the question of filling the vacancy on the Air Safety Board is taken up...." Signed boldly in full, "Franklin D. Roosevelt." FDR wrote this letter 4 days before the mid-term elections of 1938 brought more Republicans and anti-New Dealers into Congress. The letter bears the receipt date stamp of the "Democratic National Committee" of Nov. 3, 1938, with hand written correction to Nov. 4. Matted with black and white photograph and archivally framed in light silver gray mat with classic gilt painted wood frame. Framed image and size on request. The "Rainbow Fliers" were documents prepared by the Democratic National Committee Women's Division to promote the Roosevelt's New Deal policies and programs. The goal was to educate the public directly about issues ranging from tariffs, to home insurance, relief, civil service, farmers. Dorothy McAllister took over as Director of the Women's Division in the spring of 1937. A fine letter showing the relationship of President Roosevelt to the Women's Division of the Democratic National Committee.
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