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  1. Marguerite Alice "Missy" LeHand (September 13, 1896 – July 31, 1944) was a private secretary to U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR) for 21 years. According to LeHand's biographer Kathryn Smith in The Gatekeeper, she eventually functioned as White House Chief of Staff, the only woman in American history to do so.

  2. 4 de oct. de 2016 · But the woman who is perhaps least remembered but most important was Marguerite “MissyLeHand, his personal secretary and closest confidant for more than 20 years. Missy suffered a terrible stroke in 1941 and left the White House, so her assistant Grace Tully took over for her.

  3. 23 de oct. de 2016 · A portrait of Marguerite LeHand, known as Missy, the personal secretary to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Bachrach/Getty Images. By Sam Roberts. Oct. 23, 2016. America is poised for the...

  4. Marguerite LeHand. Home Of Franklin D Roosevelt National Historic Site. Courtesy FDR Library. Quick Facts. Significance: Personal Secretary to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Place of Birth: Postdam, NY. Date of Birth: September 13, 1896. Place of Death: Chelsea, MA. Date of Death: July 31, 1944. Place of Burial: Cambridge, MA. Cemetery Name:

  5. 8 de oct. de 2008 · On the night of 21–22 June 1941, two different crises converged, changing the outlook for Franklin D. Roosevelt's presidency. German armies crashed into the Soviet Union. At nearly the same hour, forty-three-year-old Marguerite A. “Missy” LeHand, FDR's closest companion for two decades, was crippled by a stroke followed by a ...

    • Frank Costigliola
    • 2008
  6. 6 de sept. de 2016 · Widely considered the first female presidential chief of staff, Marguerite “Missy” LeHand was the right-hand woman to Franklin Delano Roosevelt—both personally and professionally—for more than...

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    Marguerite Alice "Missy" LeHand (13 de septiembre de 1896 - 31 de julio de 1944) fue secretaria privada del presidente estadounidense Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR) durante 21 años. Según la biógrafa de LeHand, Kathryn Smith en The Gatekeeper , finalmente se desempeñó como Jefa de Gabinete de la Casa Blanca , la única mujer en la historia de ...