This site on Franklin Delano Roosevelt is a companion to the documentary produced by PBS. It contains educational resources such as biographical information, a timeline, primary sources, and a teacher's guide
The American Presidency Project is a major web resource providing a searchable database of, and analyses based on, presidential public documents. This includes speeches, orders, proclamations, messages, and other documents related to Franklin D. Roosevelt and his administrations.
The George Washington University’s Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project (ERPP) publishes online and print archives of Eleanor Roosevelt’s extensive writings. The collection includes political pieces, speeches, newspaper columns and transcripts from radio and television.
The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum is overseen by the Office of Presidential Libraries, in the National Archives and Records Administration. The Franklin D. Roosevelt Library maintains over 17 million pages of documents in its archives. Among these materials are the personal papers of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, as well as those of various individuals and organizations associated with the Roosevelts. FRANKLIN is a virtual research room and digital repository that provides free and open access to the digitized collections of the Roosevelt Library. It hosts over 800,000 pages of archival documents and 2,500 historical photographs, along with many detailed descriptions of archival collections not yet digitized.
The Franklin Delano Roosevelt Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based at Adams House, Harvard University dedicated to preserving the memory Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt and to the renewal of their legacy for the 21st century.
Home to the 32nd and longest-serving president of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt returned to Hyde Park often, drawing on this place to renew his spirit during times of personal and political crisis. Explore the Roosevelt saga in the homes of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, the exhibits at the nation’s first Presidential Library, and over a thousand acres of gardens and trails.