William Donner Roosevelt
William Donner Roosevelt
William Donner Roosevelt, a grandson of President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt and the son of Elliott Roosevelt, was a prominent investment banker and philanthropist. His maternal grandfather was William Donner, a wealthy American businessman. William Donner Roosevelt features in Eleanor Roosevelt's personal papers and journals, and was a core member of the extremely influential Roosevelt family.
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Inland Empire Resident Pens Book on Growing Up in the South
Black Voice News - over 4 years
  William Roosevelt Leggette is no stranger to overcoming obstacles. Having been declared legally blind, Leggette, an Inland Empire resident, recently released a book, “Big Mama’s Little Black Jesus.” A labor of love, the book tells of the many issues Leggette experienced while growing Read more...
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Feds show Massey faked safety records in deadly W Va mine - People's World
Google News - over 5 years
Photo: From left, Candi McMillian, her husband Tony Jones, and Elena Newson stand over the casket of miner William Roosevelt Lynch of Oak Hill, W.Va., during funeral services on Sunday, April 11, in Beckley, W.Va. Lynch was one of 29 miners who died in
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Independent study faults owner in W.Va. coal blast - BusinessWeek
Google News - almost 6 years
His father, William Roosevelt Lynch, died in the explosion. Lynch said he wanted time to digest the report, but thought investigators "did a pretty good job. I'm satisfied." Lynch said he was not surprised by the scathing assessment of Massey
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Fathers, Brothers, Husbands, Sons: A Mining Town in Mourning
NYTimes - almost 7 years
They were novices of barely 20, and veterans in their 60s; beaming first-time fathers, and ''papaws'' who coddled their grandchildren. Despite those differences, they were all members of the same proud and self-reliant tribe -- West Virginia coal miners. Every day, they carried their lunch buckets and tool belts into a world whose dangers were a
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