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Eleanor Roosevelt presides over the table at a dinner celebrating her husband's victory in the 1932 Democratic presidential primary. Author Laura Shapiro notes that later, as first lady, Roosevelt would seem "apathetic about what was on her plate" while in the White House. Anonymous/Associated Press hide caption

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'What She Ate' Reveals The Plates And Palates Of 6 Notable Women

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