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Mary Harrison McKee’s Inaugural Gown,1889. Mary McKee wore this elaborate Victorian gown to her father’s inaugural ball in 1889. In accordance with President Benjamin Harrison’s economic philosophy of supporting home-based manufacturing, the gown was intentionally all-American. Indiana artist Mary Williamson designed the fabric pattern, and the Logan Silk Co. of Auburn, NY, wove the brocaded fabric. The fabric of the gown incorporates a pattern of goldenrod, President Harrison’s favorite flower.
The 2008 White House Benjamin Harrison Ornament. This official White House ornament honors the twenty-third president of the United States, President Benjamin Harrison (1833-1901). Inaugurated 100 years after George Washington, Harrison became a centennial president and served one term. This ornament is a glimpse of the first Christmas tree ever to have been documented in The White House.
Mary Scott Harrison McKee (April 3, 1858 – October 28, 1930) was the only daughter of President Benjamin Harrison and his wife Caroline Scott Harrison. After her mother died in 1892, McKee served as her father's First Lady for the remainder of his term. 23rd #President of the United States 24th #FirstLady
No Longer Available - This is the third coin released in 2012 in the First Spouse Gold Coin Series and features Caroline Harrison. It is a one-half ounce 24-karat gold coin struck in proof quality, giving it a frosted foreground and a mirror-like background. The obverse features a portrait of Caroline Harrison. The reverse represents Mrs. Harrison’s love of flowers, depicting a close-up of an orchid and paint brushes.
State dinner, dessert, and breakfast service of Benjamin Harrison (President 1889-1893)--Tea Plate/Made in Limoges, France, Europe c.1892-99--Designed by Caroline Lavinia Scott Harrison, American, 1832 - 1892, with Paul Putzki, German, 1858 - 1936. Made by Tressemanes and Vogt, Limoges, 1891 - c. 1919. Imported by M. W. Beveridge, Washington, D.C., 1870 - 1900. Porcelain with printed, enamel, and gilt decoration. Diameter: 7 3/8 inches (18.7 cm)