Events at a Glance
The Art of First Lady Ellen Axson Wilson: American Impressionist
America's First Lady, Michelle Obama
First Lady Michelle Obama helps plant trees at the Kenilworth Aquatic
Gardens in Washington D.C. (Official White House Photo by Samantha Appleton)
PREVIOUS EXHIBIT:Eyes on First Ladies, The Power of the Press. Read more here Previous Exhibit: Rising to the OccasionMary Lincoln's fan, a featured piece in this exhibit (Photo bv Michelle Guillon, National First Ladies' Library) Read more here
White House Weddings
Many events for adults & children throughout the year
Tour Our FacilitiesBallroom at the Ida Saxon McKinley House.
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Fascinating stories of First Ladies, the White House and more
. written by NFLL historian and author, Carl S. Anthony
NEW EXHIBIT OPENS JAN 20th, 2015 "FORGOTTEN FIRST LADIES"
The early 19th century lesser known First Ladies featured in this exhibit are examples of the women who married or were hostess for a President of the United States. Forgotten First Ladies brings to light some of these women whose lives remain mostly in history's footnotes.
Legacy Lecture Series
March 16, 2015
11:00 am - FREE
Michael MacDonald, curator at the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library & Museum in Austin, Texas, presents "Legacy in Ink." This program features the exclusive political cartoons of Lady Bird Johnson's Beautification Program emphasizing the cartoons importance in shaping the public's opinion & more.
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