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Elisha carried out meteorological work for the Smithsonian and together with Eunice read Henry’s writings about climate.
Scientific American wrote that Eunice’s work offered “abundant evidence of the ability of woman to investigate any subject with originality and precision.”
He was one of only a few male attendees who actually signed, a demonstration of his support that must have been meaningful to Eunice.
Near the back of the St. Francis Xavier cemetery in Centerville, Mass., are the resting places of Eunice and Sargent Shriver.
Eunice, who died in August 2009, a year and half before her husband, was in the same mold—and fiercely supportive of her children.
Eunice Kennedy Shriver made it all the way to 88, productive and sharp till the end.
A servant said Eunice had told them to just take anything handy.
One afternoon he and Shriver arrived at the Shriver home as Eunice was running a Special Olympics event.
"Elizabeth and Eunice visited us years ago, along after the war when I was first left a widow," explained Mrs. Brent.
"I do hope you will soon feel at home," Eunice said from a full heart, if there was a rather awkward feeling about it.
On the other side she and Eunice shared a plainly appointed room with some of their very own belongings.
Eunice was knotting fringe for a bedspread, and it interested the child wonderfully.
Then Miss Eunice laughed softly and patted the small shoulder, looking kindly into the wondering eyes.