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U.S. First Ladies
"Ten descriptions of ten First Ladies of the United States."
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This First Lady was highly admired, and received many letters from people wanting her advice on child rearing. Unfortunately though, her time as First Lady came to a tragic end as she found herself crawling out of the back of the presidential motorcade after her husband, who was seated next to her, had been fatally shot. Who was she?
Mary Todd Lincoln
Ida Saxton McKinley
Who was the first First Lady to have her own private office in the West Wing of the White House?
This First Lady, who is often depicted as a very tough woman, once placed a napkin in front of her husband's mouth as he had began to vomit in front of the Japanese Prime Minister, Kiichi Miyazawa. Who was she?
This First Lady had occasional seizures. Whenever she began to seize during public events, her husband would place a handkerchief over her face to conceal her from the public until the seizure stopped. What was her name?
Ida Saxton McKinley
Julia Boggs Grant
Helen Louise Taft
This First Lady, who also performed in films in her youth, is best known for her "Just Say No" anti-drug campaign. In recent years, it has also come to light that she would consult an astrologer in the planning of her husbands schedule. Who is she?
Lady Bird Johnson
Which First Lady saved the famous portrait of George Washington from the White House before it was ransacked and set on fire by British soldiers?
This First Lady never got to actually be the First Lady, as she died about four months before her husband - who preferred the title of "General" rather than "President" - took the oath of office. Her death saddened the President, who had sadly experienced much pain in his life, not counting the bullets lodged in his shoulder and chest from previous incidents. Who was she?
This "First Lady" was not married to the President, but was actually the President's niece. She became the hostess of the White House, as the President was actually a lifelong bachelor. Which lady was this?
Martha Jefferson Randolph
This first lady was, and is still, highly revered. She served as First Lady longer than any other woman. As First Lady, she traveled the world, and spoke in support of civil rights. Since the release of personal letters between this First Lady and Lorena Hickok in 1978, it has been speculated that this First Lady was actually a lesbian, if not bisexual. She died in 1962. Who was she?
Lou Henry Hoover
This First Lady was the President's second wife. She married the President over a year after he became a widower. She later became known as "The Secret President," because of how she determined what was important enough to be brought to her husbands attention after the President had suffered a stroke that paralyzed half his body. She kept the details of his condition a secret, and strongly objected to the Vice President taking over during the President's recovery.
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