First Ladies Through the Eyes of Descendants
“Remembering our First Ladies: As Seen Through the Eyes of Their Descendants” was held at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Descendants of first ladies, a great-granddaughter of Lou Hoover, a grandson of Bess Truman, and a daughter of Betty Ford recalled life as members of a presidential family and the impact on their own lives.
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Rick Albin Correspondent WOOD-TV, Grand Rapids, MI->Politics
Susan Ford Bales Daughter Gerald R. Ford Jr.
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