Previous | Next
102010211022102310241025102610271028102910301032103310341035103610371038103910401041104210431044104510461047104810491050105110521053105410551056105710581059106010611062106310641065106610671068106910701071107210731074107510761077107810791080108110821083108410851086108710881089109010911092109310941095109610971098109911001101110211031104110511061107110811091110111111121113111411151116111711181119112011211122112311241125112611271128112911301131113211331134113511361137113811391134113511421143 of 1143
When that will be, I don't know.
Does she keep a diary or do anything of that sort?
I think she's organized. She knows what her appointments
are. She's probably kept notes on things and that she
doesn't even need to do much more than what they've already
gotten together with which, with some help, she'd be able to
write something very interesting. She has a lovely and personal
turn of phrase when she talks or writes, when she makes a
little public talk. She talks in a very special and kind of
sensitive way, and I think she could write something very
very interested, and I think they're well-organized. The
only thing I'm worrying about is that they have the advise
of the very best people, and I would hope I some time could
get Mr. Nevins and Mr. Catton and maybe you and your wife to
talk with her about what their plans are.
I'm sure that Allan Nevins would delight in that because
it's so much the center of his...
This is what he likes, yes. Well, I'd love to bring
Mrs. Johnson and I in our visit on the way to the
Roosevelt Library did talk about various plans for the fall
© 2006 Columbia University
Libraries | Oral History
Research Office | Rights and
Permissions | Help