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De DS had in 1961 al grootse allure en werd beschouwd als een waar statussymbool. Presidentsvrouwen Jeanne de Gaulle en Jackie Kennedy treden hier uit de klassieke zwarte DS om het Parijse stadhuis te bezoeken.
First Lady Melania Trump
These are all of the First Ladies of America.
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.
First Ladies' Dresses at the Smithsonian. I saw this and spent a ridiculous amount of time looking! How the First Ladies dresses have evolved with First Lady Obama...
Laura Welch Bush: One of America’s Most Popular First Ladies

Laura Welch Bush: One of America's Most Popular First Ladies

First Lady Hillary Clinton, photographed by Arthur Elgort, Vogue, August 1989  ~Repinned Via Bruce Tomaso

From the Archives: First Ladies in

Former First Ladies Edith Wilson, Eleanor Roosevelt and Bess Truman headlined a 1950s Democratic Party fundraiser.
Nancy Reagan, passed away on 3.6.16. She will be buried next to her husband Pre. Ronald Reagen

Former First Lady Nancy Reagan Dead at 94

Pictured here: First Lady, Julia Grant (1826-1902). Wife of Ulysses S. Grant 18th president of the US from 1869-1877, at the onset of the Gilded Age. {cwl}
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The First Lady Michelle Obama - What a brilliant / classy / amazing person
Angelica Singleton Van Buren  First Lady 1839–1841  Daughter-in-law of Martin Van Buren
I couldn’t have done anything that I’ve done without Michelle. Not only has she been a great first lady, she is just my rock. I count on her in so many ways every single day. 44th President  of the United States, Barack Obama about First Lady Michelle Obama.
First Lady Abigail Smith Adams, BIO, (this portrait, painted while she was in Europe) First Lady 1797 - 1801 Of the four years her husband served as President, Abigail Adams was actually present in the temporary capital of Philadelphia and then, finally, the permanent  " Federal City, " of Washington, D.C. for a total of only eighteen months. She nonetheless made a strong impression on the press and public.
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