American First Ladies
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First Ladies & The White House South Lawn
Like the mansion’s interiors and exteriors, the South Lawn has changed over the decades, put to use for various purposes at the direction of not just the Presidents but the First Ladies. Description from firstladies.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images
-- Ah! - Here we have beautiful Bouvier sisters Pictured here with their (wayward!) father Black Jack... * . * . * -- The sun is shining brightly... -- Both sisters are looking beautiful.. * . * . * Yet, one's heart goes out to these exquisite girls.. . for somehow, even here, it seems pretty clear that it was often a rather painful business... to be the daughters of Black Jack Bouvier. Awwwww! <3 <3 <3 !
August 23, 1956 – Jacqueline Kennedy gives birth to a stillborn daughter. (Although the daughter was unnamed and is buried at Arlington National Cemetery next to her parents with a marker reading "Daughter", later reports indicated that the Kennedys had intended to name her Arabella.) Jack is in France.