- Library Documents and photographs about Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, the New Deal, and World War II were sent to the Roosevelt Library to be preserved and made available to researchers.
- Collection Documents are kept in collections based on who created the materials.
- Box Special archival boxes help organize and protect the materials inside each collection. The Roosevelt Library has over 20,000 boxes of documents.
- Folder Folders help organize the documents into units based on the way these files were originally created and used. Each box holds several folders of varying page amounts.
- Document The Roosevelt Library houses about 17 million pages of documents, thousands of which are now available online through FRANKLIN. All of FRANKLIN’s documents are posted in archival context so you can easily find and navigate through the original collection, box, and folder information.
Fully Digitized Collections or Series
- Master Speech File
- FDR’s Map Room Papers
- FDR’s President’s Secretary’s File (PSF)
- Executive Orders and Presidential Proclamations
- Presidential Press Conferences
- Eleanor Roosevelt Selected Correspondence: 1933-45
- Eleanor Roosevelt Selected Correspondence: 1945-47
- Henry Morgenthau, Jr. Diaries
- Henry Morgenthau, Jr. Press Conferences
- Records of the War Refugee Board
- The FDR Library Significant Documents Collection
- The Grace Tully Collection