Nancy Cook (August 26, 1884 – August 16, 1962) was an American suffragette, teacher, part owner of the Todhunter School and an intimate of Eleanor Roosevelt. She taught first at Fulton, New York, where she taught art and handicrafts to high school students from 1913 to 1918. It was here that she again met Syracuse classmate Marion Dickerman, who taught arts and handicrafts at the same School. These two women become lifelong partners, spending almost their entire adult lives together.
Winston Churchill shakes hands with Eleanor Roosevelt here, as she leaves his home at 28 Hyde Park Gate, in London, after having lunch with Winston and his wife. Mrs. Roosevelt was in London for the dedication of the Moeirla Statue to her husband, the late Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Eleanor Roosevelt Departing from Home of Winston Churchill April 15, 1948 ❤❁❤❁❤❁❤❁❤❁❤ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winston_Churchill
That’s a verse from “Eleanor,” a song recorded by the band, The Vigilantes Of Love, written about Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, and also Lucy Mercer, with whom FDR engaged in a decades-long affair. Description from michaeljoelgreen.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images