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    Private Lives and Public Images of the First Ladies

    Susan Swain led a panel discussion on how the first ladies of the United States have tried to balance their families' private lives with public expectations of the first family. Topics included changing…

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    First Lady Ida McKinley

    Carl Sferrazza Anthony and Richard Norton Smith talked about the life and influence of first lady Ida McKinley and responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Among the topics they addressed were…

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    First Ladies Lucretia Garfield and Mary Arthur McElroy

    Carl Sferrazza Anthony talked about the life and influence of first ladies Lucretia Garfield and Mary Arthur McElroy and responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Lucretia “Crete” Garfield…

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    Hillary Clinton and the White House

    Authors and journalists talked about the possibility of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton running for president in 2016 and and some of the hurdles she might face in a second…

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    The Roles of the President's Spouse

    Carl Anthony talked about the activities and personalities of all the first ladies, their impact on the political careers of their husbands, and how they were perceived by the press of…

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    Jackie Kennedy and the Kennedy Presidency

    Carl Sferrazza Anthony talked from Los Angeles about the book, Jacqueline Kennedy: Historic Conversations on Life with John F. Kennedy, and the accompanying audiotapes of Mrs. Kennedy…

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    Betty Ford

    Historian and author Carl Anthony reflects on First Lady Betty Ford’s place in history. The lecture coincides with an exhibit on Mrs. Ford’s life at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum.

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    Grace Coolidge's Influence on President Coolidge

    Historian Carl Sferrazza Anthony, author of the two-volume First Ladies: The Saga of the Presidents' Wives and Their Power, reflected on first lady Grace Coolidge’s influence on the 30th president and their…

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    America's First Families

    Carl Anthony talked about the private lives of the First Families, from that of President John Adams through President Bill Clinton. He used photographs, anecdotes, political analysis, and…

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    An Invitation to the White House

    The first lady talked about her book An Invitation to the White House: At Home with History, published by Simon and Schuster. President Clinton, Mr. Brown, who wrote the forward, and Mr.…

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    Private Lives of First Ladies

    Historians and authors spoke at the National First Ladies' Library’s first annual symposium, “First Ladies and American Women’s History.” The morning panel titled “The Secret Lives of Private…

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    First Ladies and American Women's History

    Nancy Cott gave the keynote address for the National First Ladies' Library’s first annual symposium, “First Ladies and American Women’s History,” and talked about how first ladies reflected…

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    A Conversation with Barbara Bush

    As part of a symposium on the roles of presidential spouses, former first lady Barbara Bush was interviewed by Mr. Anthony before an audience. She reflected on her experiences as first…

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    A Conversation with Hillary Rodham Clinton

    First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton talked about her role as the president’s spouse and other aspects of her life.

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    As We Remember Her

    Mr. Anthony talked about his book As We Remember Her which focuses on the life of Jacqueline Kennedy. Mrs. Clinton said Mrs. Kennedy is a “mystique” and continues to be a part of the…

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    History of First Ladies

    Historians and authors spoke at the National First Ladies' Library’s first annual symposium, “First Ladies and American Women’s History.” The concluding session of the symposium looked at the roles of first ladies…

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    First Ladies as Public Figures

    Historians and authors spoke at the National First Ladies' Library’s first annual symposium, “First Ladies and American Women’s History.” In an afternoon session they focused on first…

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    Nellie Taft : The Unconventional First Lady

    Mr. Anthony talked about his book Nellie Taft: The Unconventional First Lady of the Ragtime Era, published by William Morrow. This is the first biography of Helen Herron Taft, the unconventional wife of the…

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    A Conversation with Nancy Reagan

    Mrs. Reagan talked about her experiences as first lady from 1981 to 1989 and her opinions on the changing role of the first lady.

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    The President's Spouse: Symbolism

    In this segment, an historian, a reporter, and a former press secretary to Roslynn Carter discussed the role of first ladies and how they are portrayed in the media.

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