American First Ladies

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b d : the little black dress Jackie Kennedy in a classic shift. reminds me of you, Bea- both beautiful, fashionable women LombardJackie Kennedy in a classic shift. reminds me of you, Bea- both beautiful, fashionable women Lombard Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, John Kennedy, Estilo Jackie Kennedy, Les Kennedy, Jaqueline Kennedy, Caroline Kennedy, Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, Famous Couples, Grace Kelly

l b d : the little black dress

A blog about Decorating, fashion, gardens, the beach, gardening, cooking, photography, all influenced by my Italian and Argentine roots.

b d : the little black dress Jackie Kennedy in a classic shift. reminds me of you, Bea- both beautiful, fashionable women LombardJackie Kennedy in a classic shift. reminds me of you, Bea- both beautiful, fashionable women Lombard Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, John Kennedy, Estilo Jackie Kennedy, Les Kennedy, Jaqueline Kennedy, Caroline Kennedy, Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, Famous Couples, Grace Kelly

l b d : the little black dress

A blog about Decorating, fashion, gardens, the beach, gardening, cooking, photography, all influenced by my Italian and Argentine roots.

Karl Lagerfeld Says Oleg Cassini Knocked Off That Pink 'Chanel' Suit Jackie Kennedy Wore the Day JFK Was Assassinated Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, John Kennedy, Estilo Jackie Kennedy, Les Kennedy, Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, Jaqueline Kennedy, Caroline Kennedy, Kennedy Wife, 1960s Fashion Women

1960s Dresses

1960s Dresses - If you are going for a 1960s look then you need to see this. Lots of pics with info, read on...

Eleanor Roosevelt and her daughter Anna. Lovely mother and child vintage photograph. Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Antique Photos, Eleanor Roosevelt, Roosevelt Family, Theodore Roosevelt, Women In History, World History

Cool Chicks from History

ourpresidents: “ While we may think of them as First Ladies, their kids know them as “mom.” In celebration of Mother’s Day this weekend, we’ve combed the archives for family photos of First Ladies...

This woman was born on December 1912 as Claudia Alta Taylor in Karnack, Texas. She died nearly 95 years later as Lady Bird Johnson, one of the most influential First Ladies the United States ha. Texas Texans, Eyes Of Texas, American First Ladies, Loving Texas, Texas Bluebonnets, Texas Pride, Texas History, American Presidents, Texas Hill Country

Lady Bird Johnson, First Lady of wildflowers!

This woman was born on December 22, 1912 as Claudia Alta Taylor in Karnack, Texas. She died nearly 95 years later as Lady Bird Johnson, one of the most influential First Ladies the United States ha...

Elliott Erwitt, Jackie Kennedy on ArtStack Jackie Kennedy, Les Kennedy, Elliott Erwitt Photography, Glamour, Familia Kennedy, John Fitzgerald, Documentary Photographers, Portraits, Documentaries

F&O Fabforgottennobility

Jackie in mourning Elliot Erwitt from Magnum Time-Life -This Fabulous Century: 1960-1970

America's First Ladies: Martha Jefferson - The wife of Thomas Jefferson died at the age of several months after the birth of her seventh child. Presidents Wives, American Presidents, American History, First Lady Of Usa, First Lady Of America, Thomas Jefferson Wife, First Lady Portraits, American First Ladies, American Revolutionary War

From Martha to Michelle: The changing faces (and fashions) of America's 43 First Ladies

Each has taken a unique approach to a role that is left much for the woman herself to define. While current First Lady Michelle Obama and predecessors such as Jacqueline Kennedy and Eleanor Roosevelt have taken on roles very much in the public domain, others have shied away.

Mary Anna Jackson -supportive wife of General “Stonewall” Jackson American First Ladies, American Civil War, American History, Anna Jackson, Stonewall Jackson, Southern Heritage, Confederate States Of America, Civil War Photos, Old Photos

Redirect Notice

Mary Anna Jackson, wife of Stonewall Jackson. 1850. It is believed that Stonewall Jackson loved Mary Anna fervently and was totally devoted to her. Mary Anna was General Jackson's second wife. She had two daughters to the General. Anna their first daughter died soon after childbirth. Then later Julia was born just before his death. Julia died in her twenties. Mary Anna lived till 83. She died in 1915.