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First Lady of the United States

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Non-spouse "First Lady" or "White House hostess"

The following women are known to have acted as hostess on behalf of the first lady when she was otherwise unable or unwilling:

First LadyRelation to PresidentMaria Jefferson Eppesdaughter of widower Thomas JeffersonEliza Monroe Haydaughter of James MonroeLetitia Tyler Sempledaughter of widower John TylerMary Elizabeth Taylor Blissdaughter of Zachary TaylorMary Abigail Fillmoredaughter of Millard FillmoreAbby Kent Meansaunt of Jane Means Appleton PierceHarriet Laneniece of James BuchananMartha Johnson Pattersondaughter of Andrew JohnsonJennie Hobartwife of William McKinley's vice president, Garret HobartHelen Taft Manningdaughter of William Howard TaftMargaret Woodrow Wilsondaughter of widower Woodrow WilsonHelen Woodrow Bonescousin of widower Woodrow WilsonSusan Forddaughter of Gerald FordChelsea Victoria Clintondaughter of Bill ClintonIvanka Trumpdaughter of Donald Trump

References

  • Adler, Bill. America's First Ladies: Their Uncommon Wisdom from Martha Washington to Laura Bush. Lanham, MD: Taylor Trade Publishing, 2006. ISBN 1589792998
  • Gould, Lewis L. America's First Ladies: Their Lives and Legacies. New York: Routledge, 2001. ISBN 0415930219
  • O'Brien, Cormac. Secret Lives of the First Ladies: What Your Teachers Never Told You about the Women of the White House. San Francisco, CA: Quirk Books, 2005. ISBN 1594740143

External links

All links retrieved April 15, 2018.

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