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Eleanor Roosevelt, 1941. As the longest-serving First Lady in history (her husband, Franklin D. Roosevelt, was elected to four terms in office), Eleanor Roosevelt had multiple inaugural ball …

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Ida Saxton McKinley, March 4, 1897. At husband William McKinley’s first inauguration, First Lady Ida McKinley wore a high-neck, puffed-sleeve gown with an impressive train, topping off the look …

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A Brief History of the First Lady’s Inaugural Gowns Jackie Kennedy raised the bar for history, but the boldest choice may have been Mary Todd Lincoln’s floral crown. By Brie Dyas

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It’s a tradition for the wives of U.S. presidents to donate their inauguration gowns to the Smithsonian for its exhibit at the National Museum of American History. First lady Melania Trump became…

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Melania, Ivanka and Tiffany Trump dazzle in inaugural ball gowns. First lady Melania Trump and first daughter Ivanka Trump upped their style stakes after both making flawless entrances at the first of three inaugural balls in Washington on Friday night.

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For the 1993 inaugural ball, the First Lady Mrs. Clinton wore a violet lace gown designed by the New York based Sarah Phillips. Barbara Bush. In her 1989 inaugural gown outing, Mrs. Bush selected a sapphire velvet and satin gown designed by Arnold Scaasi.

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January 20, 1953: First lady Mamie Eisenhower wore a pale pink de soie gown which was embroidered with over 2,000 rhinestones. Press had to wait until the week before the inauguration to receive details and photographs of the gown from Mrs. Eisenhower.

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Hillary Rodham Clinton in Sarah Phillips (1993) Before she was the queen of the pantsuit, Hillary Rodham Clinton was a glamorous First Lady. For her husband Bill Clinton’s first inauguration …

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For her inaugural outing in 1989, Barbara Bush chose a sapphire velvet gown from Arnold Scaasi. The first lady was so fond of the asymmetrically draped design that she was reluctant to make the …

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Helen Taft began the tradition of first ladies donating their inaugural gown to the Smithsonian. Here she wears her white chiffon gown, appliquéd with goldenrod embroideries, from 1909.

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1.How History Records the Peculiar Role of America’s First Ladies

A new exhibition, “Every Eye is Upon Me,” pays tribute to the ever-changing role of the women who hold this unelected office

Published Date: 2020-01-18T00:00:00.0000000Z

2.‘First Ladies’ recap: Hillary Clinton, ‘the most famous person you don’t really know’

In a 2007 interview, Hillary Clinton admitted that she is “probably the most famous person you don’t really know.” She was right: Despite having one of the most recognizable names and faces in the world,

Published Date: 2020-11-22T23:00:00.0000000Z

3.NC Dolls, Toys and Miniatures Museum gets recognition in Our State magazine

By Carl Blankenship carl.blankenship@salisburypost.com SPENCER — Two museums in this town of 3,000 people were featured in a directory published by the magazine Our State. The N.C. Museum of Dolls, Toys and Miniatures was feature on the list titled “35 of North Carolina’s Most Unforgettable Museums” along with the N.

Published Date: 2020-12-03T05:04:00.0000000Z

4.Rose “Tootsie” DeChristefero, Niles, Ohio

Rose “Tootsie” DeChristefero, 98, of Niles, Ohio, passed away peacefully on Saturday . She was born January 27, 1922, daugh

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5.How Hillary Clinton changed what it means to be FLOTUS (opinion)

She is the first, first lady to run for political office … And I loved her blue sequined gown at the inaugural ball. Brower: Lissa Muscatine points out that some Americans were thrilled that she represented generational change and women’s empowerment

Published Date: 2020-11-23T04:00:17.0000000Z

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1  First Lady Fashion: 30 Years of Inaugural Ball Gowns
With the First Lady’s inaugural gown typically donated to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, whatever Melania Trump wears for the inauguration will be in good company. WSJ’s Niki Blasina looks back at the last 30 years of inaugural ball gowns. Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street …
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1.Inauguration of John F. Kennedy

first Catholic to become President, became the youngest person elected to the office and the first president born in the 20th century. His inaugural address…

2.First inauguration of Barack Obama

sleeveless gown designed by 26-year-old New York-based designer Jason Wu, breaking with the recent practice set by former first ladies Laura Bush and…

3.Ball gown

bouffant styled skirts. Such gowns are typically worn with a stole (a formal shawl in expensive fabric), cape or cloak in lieu of a coat, couture or vintage…

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