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  1. Lucy Mercer Rutherfurd (née Lucy Page Mercer; April 26, 1891 – July 31, 1948) was an American woman who sustained a long affair with US president Franklin D. Roosevelt.

  2. 31 de mar. de 2024 · The widow was Lucy Mercer Rutherfurd, who had been Roosevelt’s lover nearly 30 years earlier. Now she was writing to arrange a secret rendezvous with her old flame. She appeared in Warm Springs a few days later and was sitting with Roosevelt when he suffered a fatal stroke.

  3. 20 de abr. de 2008 · In 1913, on the advice of Anna Roosevelt Cowles, a family elder known as Aunty Bye, Eleanor Roosevelt hired Lucy Mercer, seven years younger, to be her social secretary.

  4. 17 de dic. de 2023 · Lucy Mercer Rutherfurd spent the night of April 11, 1945, restless with worry about Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the thirty-second President of the United Stat...

  5. 12 de abr. de 2022 · Lucy Mercer Rutherfurd fue amante y amiga de Roosevelt por muchas décadas. Y también secretaria de su esposa Eleanor. De todos estos detalles se enteró Eleanor por boca de Laura Delano,...

  6. 12 de abr. de 2022 · Discretamente Lucy fue retirada del complejo antes de la llegada de Eleanor. No hubo escandalo ni recriminaciones y días más tarde, la primera dama recibió amablemente las condolencias de la Sra. Rutherfurd, quien moriría tres años más tarde de leucemia, antes de cumplir 57 años.

  7. 12 de abr. de 2023 · Lucy Mercer Rutherfurd fue amante y amiga de Roosevelt por muchas décadas. Y también secretaria de su esposa Eleanor. De todos estos detalles se enteró Eleanor por boca de Laura Delano, la prima del presidente fallecido, quien transmitió estos pormenores a la primera dama, con “un dejo de malicia”.

  8. Lucy Page Mercer Rutherfurd was born April 26, 1891, in Washington, DC to a prominent Maryland Catholic family. She was educated in private schools, but because her family had very little money she had to go to work. In 1914, she became social secretary to Eleanor Roosevelt.

  9. Fdr’s sudden death was more of a surprise for Eleanor than it was for Lucy. In denial about the seriousness of his condition, Eleanor was not prepared for tragedy when she arrived as the keynote speaker at a charity event at Washington’s Sulgrave Club on April 12.

  10. Lucy Page Mercer Rutherfurd was born April 26, 1891, in Washington, D.C. to a prominent Maryland Catholic family. She was educated in private schools, but because her family had very little money she had to go to work. In 1914, she became social secretary to Eleanor Roosevelt.