Dolley Madison: the White House’s First Power Hostess

Publisher: 
AP
Date: 
June 28, 2017
Sometimes, thoughtful decor, elegant tableware and gracious entertaining can come together into something truly powerful. An exhibit in New York argues that Dolley Madison's prodigious domestic, social and political talents helped define and unite a fledgling nation. Madison was the first First Lady to reside in the White House for a full term. She decorated three of its rooms, and boldly invited the public to dinner not once, but every Wednesday. Read more…
Creative: Tronvig Group