[Mrs. William Howard Taft (neé Helen Louise Herron).]
Photograph by J. Knowles Bishop.
We Don't Want Eleanor Either
Eleanor? No Soap!
Popilarads Co Orange NJ, manufacturer
Rather An Hour With Edith Than "A Day" With Eleanor
Published by Moore & Co. 111 Nassau St. New York.
Mrs. James Madison (Dolly Payne)
From an original picture by Gilbert Stuart in possession of Richard Cutts Esq. M.D. Washington.
Mrs. John Adams (Abigail Smith)
From an original picture by C. Schussele in possession of the Publishers.
Lincoln and his Family
Geo. Stinson & Co. Publishers, Portland, ME.
[Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant (neé Julia Dent).]
[Hannah Hoes Van Buren.]
[Edith Roosevelt with her son, Quentin.]
[Eleanor Roosevelt speaking.]
Frances F. Cleveland
[Frances Folsom Cleveland.]
A Presidential Reception in 1789.
By General and Mrs. Washington.
The Bride of the White House
Mrs. Grover Cleveland. Formerly Miss Frankie C. Folsom. Married at the Presidential Mansion, Washington...
Mrs. Lucretia R. Garfield.
Wife of James A. Garfield. 20th President of the United States.
[Adlai Stevenson II and Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson at a gala preview of "After the Fall".]
Jacqueline Kennedy: The White House Years. Selections from the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum
Monday, April 23, 2001.
The Costume Institute Benefit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Washington Family.
Washington his lady & two Grandchildren by the Name of Custis.
Dinner In Honor of Mrs. Hoover
Given by the Girl Scout Federation of Greater New York. Seating arrangement. November 21, 1930
[Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson, Arthur Miller, and Bennett Korn at a gala preview of "After the Fall".]
Dinner given in honour of His Excellency the President-elect of Colombia and Madame Olaya Herrera
April 24, 1930
[Eleanor Roosevelt with the four candidates for New York City Mayor.]
From left, Paul Ross, American Labor Party; Judge Ferdinand Pecora, Democrat-Liberal; Mrs. Roosevelt;...
United Nations [Bess Truman with an unidentified man.]
United Nations [Bess Truman.]
United Nations [Bess Truman being filmed with a newsreel camera.]
Mrs. J. K. Polk.
From a daguerreotype by Plumbe.