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Dolley Madison Sends A Telegram
2017-08-14 14:51
The venerable Dolley Madison, the most popular woman in Washington, if not the entire country, in the 1840s. As “The Widow Dolley”, Mrs. Madison was the most famous woman in the… Read More
Lincoln And Sherman: Plugging The Hole
2017-08-07 15:03
When Abraham Lincoln became President, he knew very little about the military. He learned quickly. The Bull Run Debacle The first Battle of Bull Run was a disaster for the Union Army. The B… Read More
Martha Johnson Patterson: First Daughter
2017-07-31 20:39
Martha Johnson Patterson served for nearly four years as de facto First Lady to an unpopular president. Martha Johnson Patterson, elder daughter of Andrew and Eliza Johnson. The Johnson Fami… Read More
The Hoovers Rescue Americans: 1914
2017-07-24 13:17
Lou and Herbert Hoover. They spent half their lives as Humanitarians. When World War I began in August, 1914, Herbert and Lou Hoover were living in London’s posh Mayfair section. The… Read More
2017-06-19 13:31
President and Mrs. Truman. Nobody would have thought they’d make it so far! Bess Wallace and Harry Truman courted (sort of) for nearly thirty years. Little Boy Harry and Little Girl Be… Read More
Harding And Taft: Making An Old Man Happy
2017-06-12 13:41
Every so often, dreams do come true. Even in politics Ex-President Taft: A Public Career William Howard Taft (1857-1932) spent his entire life in public service: as judge, as Solicitor Gene… Read More
2017-06-05 14:38
Edith Carow Roosevelt was a mother of six when she became First Lady in 1901. The Roosevelt Family of the White House. (l to r): Quentin, TR, Ted, Archie, Alice, Kermit, Edith and Ethel. The… Read More

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