6 edition of Helen Herron Taft, 1861-1943 found in the catalog.
A biography of the wife of the twenty-seventh president of the United States, an ambitious woman who was responsible for planting the famous cherry trees around the Tidal Basin.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 106) and index.
|Other titles||Helen Herron Taft|
|Statement||by Judith E. Greenberg.|
|Genre||Juvenile literature., Biography, Biography.|
|Series||Encyclopedia of first ladies|
|LC Classifications||E762.1 .G74 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||99033423|
"Nellie" Herron was born in , and grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio. She studied music with enthusiasm, attending a private school in the city. As "the only unusual incident" of her girlhood, she recalled her visit to the White House at age 17 as the guest of President and Mrs. Hayes, intimate friends of her :// Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. (neg. no. LC USZ 62 ) (–). On inauguration day in , Helen Taft—wife of William H. Taft, 27th president of the United States—broke an old tradition and became the first president’s wife to ride beside him as he left the inaugural site at the United States Capitol instead of in another carriage behind ://
Helen Herron Taft, wife of American president William Howard Taft. After several years of official travel in the Far East, the couple entered the White House in , two months before Helen Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images Fourth child of Harriet Collins and John W. Herron, born in , she had grown up in Cincinnati, Ohio, attending a private school in the city and studying music with enthusiasm. The year after this notable visit she met "that adorable Will Taft," a tall young lawyer, at a sledding ://
Helen Taft was 48 years old when she became first lady and served throughout her husband William Howard Taft’s single term in the years It was Helen who persuaded her husband to pursue politics, for she had wanted to become first lady since she was 16 years old and had attended a party for President Hayes and his wife at the White Helen Louise Herron" Nellie" Taft (2 Jun - 22 Mei ) adalah isteri William Howard Taft dan Wanita Pertama Amerika Syarikat dari tahun hingga Taft berkahwin dengan Nellie pada 19 Jun , di rumah ibu bapa pengantin perempuan di ://
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Helen Louise Herron was born 2 June in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, United States to John Williamson Herron () and Harriet Anne Collins () and died 22 May in Washington, D.C., United States of unspecified causes.
She married William Howard Taft () 19 June in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, United ://(). : Helen Herron Taft: (Encyclopedia of First Ladies) (): Greenberg, Judith E.: › Books › Teen & Young Adult › Biographies.
Biography: As "the only unusual incident" of her girlhood, "Nellie" Herron Taft recalled her visit to the White House at 17 as the guest of President and Mrs.
Hayes, intimate friends of her parents. Fourth child of Harriet Helen Herron Taft and John W. Herron, born inshe had grown up in Cincinnati, Ohio, attending a private school in the city and studying music with :// Helen Herron "Nellie" Taft (June 2, – ), wife of William Howard Taft, was First Lady of the United States from to See White House portrait.
Fourth child of Harriet Collins and John W. Herron, she had grown up in Cincinnati, Ohio, attending a private school in the city. She met William Taft at a sledding party at Taft, Helen Herron, Papers. Ohio History Connection, Ohio Historical Society: referencedIn: Charles Moore Papers,(bulk ) Library of Congress.
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Done Citation Metadata. Name Entry; Herron Taft, Helen ; Source Citation Helen Herron TaftAmerican First Lady Helen Herron Taft () supported her sometimes reluctant husband, William Howard Taft, from his early judicial posts in Ohio through his presidency and final years as a Supreme Court justice.
Ambitious and energetic, Taft had a lifelong interest in politics and was the first presidential spouse to publish her :// /taft-helen-herron. Helen Herron Taft Helen Louise Herron "Nellie" Taft (June 2, – ) was the wife of William Howard Taft and First Lady of the United States from to She was the daughter of John Williamson and Harriet Collins :// She was buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia.
Helen was born on June 2, in Cincinnati, Ohio. She married William Howard Taft on J in Cincinnati, Ohio and William died on March 8, in Washington, District Of Columbia. They gave birth to Robert Alphonso Taft, Helen Herron Manning, and Charles Phelps Taft :// Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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Recollections of full years [FACSIMILE] Helen Herron Taft () was born to a wealthy Cincinnati family. Music was her life-long passion.
Privately educated, Helen taught school until her marriage to attorney William H. Taft. She tended to their three children, Robert, Helen, and Charles, while longing for challenges outside the home.
When Taft was appointed U.S. Solicitor General inthe Tafts relocated to and. Get this from a library. Helen Herron Taft, [Judith E Greenberg] -- A biography of the wife of the twenty-seventh president of the United States, an ambitious woman who was responsible for planting the famous cherry trees around the Tidal :// Explore historical records and family tree profiles about Helen Taft on MyHeritage, the world's family history :// Helen Herron Taft.
Helen Herron was born on June 2, in Cincinnati, Ohio. After her visit to the White House during the Hayes' administration when she she announced she would live there some day. Helen's nickname was Nellie. When Helen her father took her to visit President Hayes in the White Helen Herron Taft June 2, – Helen “Nellie” Herron was born on June 2,to John W.
Herron and his wife Harriet. The family lived in Cincinnati, Ohio, where Mr. Herron was a judge and also Rutherford B. Hayes’s law ?biography= Helen Taft (* in Cincinnati als Helen Louise Herron; † Mai in Washington, D.C.) war eine US-amerikanische Autorin, die Ehefrau des US-Präsidenten William H.
Taft und die First Lady der Vereinigten Staaten vom 4. März bis zum 3. März Ihre Eltern waren Harriet Collins und John Williamson Herron. Helen war das vierte von elf Kindern. Ihr Spitzname war Helen Louise Herron "Nellie" Taft, född som Helen Herron 2 juni i Cincinnati, Ohio, död 22 maj i Washington, D.C., var en amerikansk presidentfru, gift med USA:s e president, William Howard Taft.
Hon var dotter till domaren John Williamson Herron. 17 år gammal, besökte hon Vita Huset i Washington, D.C. första gången, som gäst till en av hennes fars advokatkollegor Helen Herron Taft Born: Cincinati, OH Married: William Taft, Children: Helen, Robert, Charles First Lady: Perhaps no other First Lady was as responsible for her husband's election to the nation's highest office as was Helen (Nellie) Herron ://.
Helen Taft. AKA Helen Louise Herron. Born: 2-Jun Birthplace: Cincinnati, OH Died: May Location of death: Washington, DC Cause of death: Natural Causes Remains: Buried, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA Gender: Female Religion: Anglican/Episcopalian Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: First Lady Nationality: United States Helen “Nellie” Taft was the wife of President William Howard Taft and First Lady of the United States from to During their marriage, she relished travel to Japan, China, and Taft, Helen Herron, Sources found: NUCMC data from Library of Congress, Manuscript Div.
for Taft, R.A. Papers, (Helen Herron Taft; mother of Robert A. Taft)