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Edith Bolling Galt Wilson (1872-1961). 2nd wife of Woodrow Wilson. She is known for bringing in sheep to mow White House lawn to save manpower during wartime. She also acted on his behalf when President Wilson had a stroke during his presidential term.

Edith Bolling Galt Wilson (1872-1961). 2nd wife of Woodrow Wilson. She is known for bringing in sheep to mow White House lawn to save manpower during wartime. She also acted on his behalf when President Wilson had a stroke during his presidential term.

Sarah Childress Polk, First Lady 1845-1849

Sarah Childress Polk, First Lady 1845-1849

Official White House Portrait of Nancy Davis Reagan (by Aaron Shikler, 1987) ~ the 40th First Lady of the United States, wife of President Ronald Wilson Reagan (1981 - 1989).

Official White House Portrait of Nancy Davis Reagan (by Aaron Shikler, 1987) ~ the 40th First Lady of the United States, wife of President Ronald Wilson Reagan (1981 - 1989).

Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt  A portrait of First Lady Edith Roosevelt, wife of President Theodore Roosevelt

First Ladies Picture Gallery

Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt A portrait of First Lady Edith Roosevelt, wife of President Theodore Roosevelt

Bess Truman, age 13, in elaborate straw hat

Bess Truman, age 13, in elaborate straw hat

William Howard Taft as Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, the job he much preferred to the presidency.

William Howard Taft as Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, the job he much preferred to the presidency.

Woodrow Wilson with his grandson. Vintage. Born in the White House Jan. 17, 1915

Woodrow Wilson with his grandson. Vintage. Born in the White House Jan. 17, 1915

Ellen Louise Wilson (née Axson) was born May 15, 1860 in Savannah, GA, and died August 6, 1914 in Washington, DC. She assumed office on March 4, 1913 and served as the 30th First Lady of the United States until her death. Her husband, Thomas Woodrow Wilson, served as the 28th President of the United States.

Ellen Louise Wilson (née Axson) was born May 15, 1860 in Savannah, GA, and died August 6, 1914 in Washington, DC. She assumed office on March 4, 1913 and served as the 30th First Lady of the United States until her death. Her husband, Thomas Woodrow Wilson, served as the 28th President of the United States.

Mrs. W.H. Taft: taken between 1905 and 1945

Mrs. W.H. Taft: taken between 1905 and 1945

Ellen Wilson, 1860-1914 ~“I am naturally the most unambitious of women and life in the White house has no attractions for me.”~~Woodrow Wilson’s first wife was the only professional artist to become first lady. After her death in the White House, her husband married Edith Wilson, a direct descendant of American Indian princess Pocahontas.

Ellen Wilson, 1860-1914 ~“I am naturally the most unambitious of women and life in the White house has no attractions for me.”~~Woodrow Wilson’s first wife was the only professional artist to become first lady. After her death in the White House, her husband married Edith Wilson, a direct descendant of American Indian princess Pocahontas.

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