A bronze statue of Eleanor Roosevelt is standing behind UN emblem honoring her as the first US delegate to the UN.
Eleanor Roosevelt served as the 32nd First Lady, from 1933 till 1945, during her husband presidency term. She was a politically active First Lady, an activist, and a mother of six.
The statue is part of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) Memorial in Washington D.C. It is the only memorial dedicated to a First Lady in the national mall and a presidential memorial.
It was created by the sculptor Neil Estern who also produced the nearby seated figure of Franklin Delano Roosevelt with his dog.