Patricia Nixon - 1969 Karen Stark for Harvey Berin double-faced satin gown and matching embroidered cropped jacket.

History's Most Fashionable First Ladies

First Lady Patricia Nixon - 1969 Karen Stark for Harvey Berin double-faced satin gown and matching embroidered cropped jacket.

39. Rosalynn Carter | A deeply-involved first lady who would sometimes sit in on her husband's Cabinet meetings, Rosalynn was the first first lady to have her own office in the East Wing of the White House.

Rosalynn Carter was a deeply-involved first lady who would sometimes sit in on her husband's Cabinet meetings, Rosalynn was the first first lady to have her own office in the East Wing of the White House.

Former First Ladies Nancy Reagan, Lady Bird Johnson, Rosalynn Carter, Betty Ford, Barbara Bush, and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton at the National Garden Gala, A Tribute to America's First Ladies, May 11, 1994. Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, absent due to illness, died a week after this photograph was taken.

President's Wives:Nancy Reagan, Lady Bird Johnson, Hillary Clinton, Rosalynn Carter, Betty Ford and Barbara Bush

The First Lady Michelle Obama - What a brilliant / classy / amazing person

I chose Michelle Obama a a style icon because she is the first to reinvent the style of the First Lady since Jackie Kennedy. She dares to show more skin than previous first ladies while maintaining class.

The First Ladies - First Lady Michelle Obama wrangled up former First Ladies Laura Bush, Hillary Clinton, Barbara Bush and Rosalynn Carter at opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Library in Dallas on Thursday.

The First Ladies - First Lady Michelle Obama wrangled up former First Ladies Laura Bush, Hillary Clinton, Barbara Bush and Rosalynn Carter at opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Library in Dallas pinned

An Illustrated History of the Inaugural Gowns Worn by First Ladies Over the Last 100 Years

From Edith Wilson to Michelle Obama, here's a look at how First Lady fashion has evolved in last century.

Ronald Reagan and the First Lady Nancy Reagan.  The best president in my lifetime.  Class, character and a moral conservative.

37 Reasons Why Nancy Reagan Was The Ultimate First Lady

Ronald Reagan and the First Lady Nancy Reagan. The best president in my lifetime. Class, character and a moral conservative.

Former First Ladies (left to right) Rosalynn Carter, Hillary Clinton and Barbara Bush with then-First Lady Laura Bush at the dedication of the Clinton presidential library in 2004.

Four Former First Ladies (from left to right) Rosalynn Carter, Hillary Clinton, Barbara Bush and Laura Bush at the dedication of the William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park in 2004

First Ladies: 32nd First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt

Anna Eleanor Roosevelt was beautiful, helpful, well-brought … She was a nice and clever girl that perfectly corresponds to her status of the first lady. Her social life was active and fruitful.

Nancy Reagan, Former First Lady

50 Quotes to Empower and Inspire Women ...

Nancy Davis Reagan (born Anne Frances Robbins, July is the widow of the President of the United States, Ronald Reagan, First Lady of the United States from 1981 to and also a former actress.

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 :: National First Ladies' Library " I am naturally the most unambitious of women and life in the White house has no attractions for me.

First Ladies Picture Gallery: Martha Washington

America's First Ladies: From Martha Washington to Today

First Lady, Martha Dandridge Custis Washington (June 1731 – May was the wife of George Washington

Michelle Obama fitness: First Lady Michelle Obama plays soccer at a soccer clinic

Michelle Obama's Let's Move! campaign - in pictures

Michelle Obama fitness: First Lady Michelle Obama plays soccer at a soccer clinic

First Lady Ida Saxton McKinley (June 8, 1847 – May 26, 1907), wife of William McKinley 25th #President of the United States . Ida McKinley...A tender hearted woman who loved her husband. They grieved the loss of two babies. Ida never recovered from the heart break. She also suffered from seizures. President McKinley broke protocol during White House dinners in order to have his wife seated next to him.

America's First Ladies: From Martha Washington to Today

Ida McKinley A portrait of First Lady Ida Saxton McKinley, wife of President William McKinley

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