That's Nell standing, the oldest of the three little girls. And yes, the oldest of them all there, that's Eleanor freaking Roosevelt.
When my dad was Chairman of the FCC, he got a call from Eleanor Roosevelt, who asked if she could come to see him. He immediately called my mom and said, "Get the girls out of school and bring them over to my office." She wanted to talk to him about a black Congressional candidate in Mississippi, running against a "raucous spokesman for white supremacy." The challenger, a Baptist minister named Smith, was not allowed to buy television ads on local station WLBT. Dad got the FCC to intervene (at the time, the FCC's "equal time" rule was still in effect). Decades later, a man came over to my dad to introduce himself. It was Rev. Smith. And he told my dad his group had bought WLBT. This is our photo with ER. I'm the one with pigtails.