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ulia Tyler, widowed for nearly three decades, wore a painted miniature of her husband, clasped at her throat. As First Lady, she also wore a pearl and diamond string of some kind as a "diadem", apparently a type of headband. You can actually see her wearing it in her official White House portrait. Sarah Polk, widowed for nearly a half a century, always wore an ivory carved cameo of her husband. Ladys Mary Lincoln seemed especially fond of a black onyx set of earrings, bracelet, ring, necklace, and pin (it seems to be set with diamonds as well) which she was actually photographed wearing for pictures she gave permission to be released to the public.
Julia Grant most especially loved very green emeralds, very blue sapphires and very red rubies - I believe this is from a contemporary newspaper account of the Victorian era, but like so much written by others (as opposed to documentary evidence from photographs) it may not be true. Ida Saxton McKinley was known to be a jewelry collector, most especially diamonds. Her father and grandfather had begun the habit of giving her diamond rings, bracelets, and it was the foundation for an extensive collection she built over her lifetime. She also seemed to collect jewels that had not been cut or set in metal and kept them in a simple bag that she enjoyed giving to visiting children - to play with!
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One fact almost always misunderstood about First Ladies and the outfits they wear to the Inaugural Ball is that this event has not been continuously held before 1949. From George Washington inauguration as the first President in 1789 until Franklin D. Roosevelt's fourth and final one in 1945 only 14 First Ladies attended Inaugural Balls (and thus, wore gowns): Dolley Madison, Elizabeth Monroe, Louisa Adams, Sarah Polk, Harriet Lane (niece and First Lady of the only bachelor President), Mary Lincoln, Julia Grant, Lucy Hayes, Lucretia Garfield, Frances Cleveland, Ladys Caroline Harrison, Ida McKinley, Edith Roosevelt and Nellie Taft. This was because of one of several potential factors: wives who did not live to see their husbands inaugurated as Presidents, wives who chose not to attend the Inaugural Ball or wives whose husbands did not want a Ball to be held.
It is only since 1949, with the Inauguration of Harry Truman that the tradition has remained a consistent one and so 11 different First Ladies have had Inaugural gowns (6 of them had two gowns each for their husbands' two inaugurations - Eisenhower, Nixon, Reagan, Clinton, Bush and Obama). Of course, Betty Ford never wore one since her husband became President upon the sudden resignation of Richard Nixon in 1974. Although Bess Truman and Lady Bird Johnson did wear one each after their husband's election to their own terms and thus Inaugurations as President, they did not, of course, when first became First Ladies upon the death of President Franklin Roosevelt in 1945 and assassination of President Kennedy in 1963, respectively.
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