We have been to this library twice. The house tour was great, led by a British woman who had heard Roosevelt speak on the radio as a child in London. We spent hours in the library. The new exhibit is very interactive, and many points of view are presented. There is also a lovely courtyard where you can sit next to a bronze life size sculpture of FDR sitting on a bench. Lots of info on Eleanor Roosevelt as well including excerpts of the huge file the FBI kept on her suspecting she was a communist!
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