Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt visits with Mrs. L. P. Pate and Mrs. Gilbert English
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- Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt visits with Mrs. L. P. Pate and Mrs. Gilbert English
- Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt visits with Mrs. L. B. Pate, New Bern, state citizenship chairman, and Mrs. Gilbert English, Trinity, state international [relations committee] chairman at the third annual Conference on World Affairs, held in Chapel Hill, February 4, 1953. Eleanor Roosevelt attended the third annual Conference on World Affairs, February 4, 1953, where the theme was "The United Nations: Our Best Instrument for World Understanding." Over 100 home demonstration club women, agents, and leaders from all over the state came to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus to participate in the conference and hear Mrs. Roosevelt speak.
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Home demonstration work
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