Laura Welch Bush: One of America’s Most Popular First Ladies

Laura Welch Bush: One of America's Most Popular First Ladies

Laura Lane Welch Bush (born November is the wife of the President, George W. As First Lady, Bush was involved in issues of concern to children and women, both nationally and Her major initiatives included education and women's health.

First Ladies' Dresses at the Smithsonian.

American History Museum - This was my favorite exhibit @ the Smithsonian - it's the gallery of first ladies' inaugural gowns.

Patricia Nixon - 1969 Karen Stark for Harvey Berin double-faced satin gown and matching embroidered cropped jacket.

History's Most Fashionable First Ladies

First Lady Patricia Nixon - 1969 Karen Stark for Harvey Berin double-faced satin gown and matching embroidered cropped jacket.

First Ladies inaugural gowns - Laura Bush

First lady Laura Bush dons red again, waving as she arrives on stage for a Presidential Inaugural Ball at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington on January 2001 in a sparkling gown. Photo Credit: Doug Mills, AP via StyleList

adorable first ladies

First Ladies: Barbara Bush, Nancy Reagan, Rosalynn Carter, Betty Ford, Pat Nixon and Lady Bird Johnson

The First Ladies - First Lady Michelle Obama wrangled up former First Ladies Laura Bush, Hillary Clinton, Barbara Bush and Rosalynn Carter at opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Library in Dallas on Thursday.

The First Ladies - First Lady Michelle Obama wrangled up former First Ladies Laura Bush, Hillary Clinton, Barbara Bush and Rosalynn Carter at opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Library in Dallas pinned

39. Rosalynn Carter | A deeply-involved first lady who would sometimes sit in on her husband's Cabinet meetings, Rosalynn was the first first lady to have her own office in the East Wing of the White House.

Rosalynn Carter was a deeply-involved first lady who would sometimes sit in on her husband's Cabinet meetings, Rosalynn was the first first lady to have her own office in the East Wing of the White House.

Eleanor Roosevelt

Eleanor Roosevelt served longer as First Lady, from 1933 to than any other presidential spouse or relative.

Former First Ladies (left to right) Rosalynn Carter, Hillary Clinton and Barbara Bush with then-First Lady Laura Bush at the dedication of the Clinton presidential library in 2004.

Four Former First Ladies (from left to right) Rosalynn Carter, Hillary Clinton, Barbara Bush and Laura Bush at the dedication of the William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park in 2004

"Happiness is not a goal; it is a by-product" - Eleanor Roosevelt

Anna Eleanor Roosevelt was beautiful, helpful, well-brought … She was a nice and clever girl that perfectly corresponds to her status of the first lady. Her social life was active and fruitful.

HILLARY DIANE RODHAM CLINTON

Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton is a former United States Secretary of State, U. Senator, and First Lady of the United States. From 2009 to she was the Secretary of State, serving under President Barack Obama.

Six First Ladies gathered to raise funds for the National Botanical Garden, May 11, 1994. (Clinton Presidential LIbrary)

President's Wives:Nancy Reagan, Lady Bird Johnson, Hillary Clinton, Rosalynn Carter, Betty Ford and Barbara Bush

Nancy Reagan, Former First Lady quoting Eleanor Roosevelt “A woman is like a tea bag: you cannot tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.”

50 Quotes to Empower and Inspire Women ...

Nancy Davis Reagan (born Anne Frances Robbins, July is the widow of the President of the United States, Ronald Reagan, First Lady of the United States from 1981 to and also a former actress.

Official White House Portrait of Nancy Davis Reagan (by Aaron Shikler, 1987) ~ the 40th First Lady of the United States, wife of President Ronald Wilson Reagan (1981 - 1989).

Official White House Portrait of Nancy Davis Reagan (by Aaron Shikler, ~ the First Lady of the United States, wife of President Ronald Wilson Reagan -

An Illustrated History of the Inaugural Gowns Worn by First Ladies Over the Last 100 Years

From Edith Wilson to Michelle Obama, here's a look at how First Lady fashion has evolved in last century.

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