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Primary Sources: U.S. First Ladies
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Primary Sources: U.S. First Ladies: General Sources
Van Buren, H.
Tyler, L. and Tyler, J.
Wilson, Ellen and Wilson, Edith
Primary Resources: America (U.S.A.)
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Primary Sources: First Ladies
Presidents, First Ladies, and Vice Presidents of the United States
First Ladies of the United States
Materials available at the National First Ladies' Education and Research Center. A mixture of primary and secondary source items.
Book Sources: First Ladies
A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library.
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America's First Ladies
Nancy D. Hendricks
Call Number: E176.2 .H46 2015
Publication Date: 2015-10-31
: A Historical Encyclopedia and Primary Document Collection of the Remarkable women of the White House
Dear First Lady
Dwight Young and Margaret Johnson
Call Number: E176.2 .D43 2008
"Collects letters, some of which appear as full-size facsimiles, written over the centuries to America's first ladies by ordinary citizens and famous figures, ..."
Upstairs at the White House; My Life with the First Ladies
J. B. West, with Mary Lynn Kotz
Call Number: E176.2.W518 U6
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