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  1. 24/11/2022 · The Corridors of Power. Documentary; Directed by ; Dror Moreh; This documentary illuminates America’s ever-shifting approach to conflicts abroad and how politics at home can even lead to inaction.

  2. They settled at Cambridge, Massachusetts, when Sayre joined the faculty of Harvard Law School. Jessie was active in the League of Women Voters, the YWCA, and as secretary of the Massachusetts Democratic Committee. Eleanor Randolph Wilson (1889–1967), she married Secretary of the Treasury William Gibbs McAdoo.

  3. 30/05/2019 · One is a Snail, Ten is a Crab by April Pulley Sayre and Jeff Sayre. Albert Adds Up by Eleanor May. Counting. Anno’s Counting Book by Mitsumasa Anno. Feast for 10 by Cathryn Falwell. Eric Carle’s 123 by Eric Carle. Fish Eyes: A Book You Can Count On by Lois Ehlert. Zero is the Leaves on the Trees by Betsy Franco. Mouse Count by Ellen Stoll Walsh

  4. Eleanor's character serves as a "love interest, therapeutic friend, and conversational other". Highly educated and discussing poetry and philosophy, "Eleanor not only posits her desires in juxtaposition to the lingering expectations of women in her day but also serves as soothsayer to the demands which would be placed on females".

  5. Margaret, Jessie, and Eleanor: On November 25, 1913, the second oldest daughter Jessie married Francis Bowes Sayre at the White House. On January 17, 1915, Jessie gave birth to a son, Francis B. Sayre, Jr., at the White House. On May 7, 1914, the youngest daughter Eleanor married her father's Secretary of the Treasury, William Gibbs McAdoo.

  6. 27/11/2022 · Beulah M. "Aunt Doo" Fightmaster Sayre,78, widow of Charles Sayre, passed away Saturday, October 22, 2022 at Signature Healthcare of Georgetown ... Eleanor Lancaster Howard.

  7. Eleanor Roosevelt summons Maggie out of retirement to help with the visit of Madame Chiang Kai-Chek. Maggie comments to Mercer how rundown the White House is looking but he tells her there is no money for repairs. Lillian pleads with her mother to rest more but Maggie refuses. When she collapses on the stairs Maggie asks to be taken home.