John Roosevelt Boettiger
American psychologist
John Roosevelt Boettiger
Boettiger, October 1939]] John Roosevelt Boettiger is the son of Anna Roosevelt Boettiger and her second husband, John Boettiger, and is grandson of United States President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt. He lives in Modum, Norway and Massachusetts. As a child, he lived with his mother in the White House during World War II with President and Mrs. Roosevelt, his grandparents.
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Saying what she is feeling - Boston Globe
Google News - over 5 years
“She has a beastly, vicious, fast version of ALS,'' says her husband, John Boettiger, a psychologist. They live in Dedham, where McCullough had a private practice. She is associate clinical professor in the department of psychiatry at Harvard Medical
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Roosevelt: A prince in all but name - Marshfield Mail
Google News - almost 6 years
After his parents' divorce, his mother remarried journalist John Boettiger. At a much later point, he decided to be called Curtis Roosevelt Boettiger. When his mother was divorced from her second husband, his grandmother and mother did not want him to
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FROM THE INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE; 100, 75, 50 Years Ago
NYTimes - about 7 years
' 1910 Excited Crowd in Fleet Street LONDON Excitement in London by no means decreased yesterday. Though the contests were not nearly so numerous as on Saturday or Monday, Fleet street was packed tight in front of the newspaper offices with just as huge a crowd as ever. It did not seem, to begin with, to take matters so seriously, perhaps for the
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Roosevelts and Quirks of Destiny; Descendants Following Divergent Paths
NYTimes - almost 12 years
The jaw is pure Roosevelt, thrust out with the kind of patrician confidence that shepherded America through the Great Depression and World War II. But in at least one surprising way Joshua Boettiger, the 31-year-old great-grandson of Franklin and Eleanor, is not a Roosevelt in the classic aristocratic mold. He is studying to be a rabbi, working
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TV VIEW; A DOCUMENTARY IN PRAISE OF A MEMORABLE FIRST LADY
NYTimes - about 32 years
Television biographies, like those in print, always start with a problem: what to leave in and what to take out. The television problem is different in kind, however, because television is visual; seeing is not the same as reading, and film, unexplained and unexplicated, may not mean very much by itself. At the same time, the worst possible way to
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DR. JAMES A. HALSTED, 78, A NUTRITION RESEARCHER
NYTimes - almost 33 years
Dr. James A. Halsted, a physician who conducted important nutritional research, died of leukemia Friday at the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. He was 78 years old and lived in Brookline, Mass. Dr. Halsted was married to Franklin D. Roosevelt's only daughter, Anna, from 1952 until her death in 1975. Dr. Halsted maintained a professional
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New York Day by Day
NYTimes - over 33 years
Speculation on Les and Bess T he stage was set like a Central Park South apartment, all right, with radio equipment much like Pegeen and Ed Fitzgerald used in 40 years of broadcasts from their home. But Mrs. Fitzgerald decided that ''Breakfast With Les and Bess,'' at the Lambs Theater, wasn't patterned on her and her late husband, generally
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FIRST AMONG FIRST LADIES
NYTimes - over 34 years
LOVE, ELEANOR Eleanor Roosevelt and Her Friends. By Joseph P. Lash. Foreword by Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr. Illustrated. 534 pp. New York: Doubleday & Co. $19.95. MOTHER & DAUGHTER The Letters of Eleanor and Anna Roosevelt. Edited by Bernard Asbell. 366 pp. New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan. $17.95. ELEANOR ROOSEVELT was once seen simply as the
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