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THE COULTER DOLL MUSEUM
NOTE: The Coulter doll collections are NOT OPEN to the public.
WILLIAM HARRISON WAS PRESIDENT (only 1 month in 1841).
JANE IRWIN HARRISON (President's daughter-in-law).
When William Harrison became President, his daughter-in-law consented to serve as First Lady until Mrs. Harrison could move from Ohio to Washington.
President Harrison died in 1841, before his wife could join him in Washington.
His daughter-in-law was First Lady for only one month in 1841.
The Coulter Doll Museum - First Lady or Ladies of that Administration
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