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Welcome To
THE COULTER DOLL MUSEUM

NOTE: The Coulter doll collections are NOT OPEN to the public.

JOHN TYLER WAS PRESIDENT 1841-1845.

TWO FIRST LADIES:

LETITIA CHRISTIAN TYLER (1790-1842).

Was an invalid who died in the White House, September 10, 1842.


JULIA TYLER (1820-1889).

Born Julia Gardiner, she married John Tyler in 1844, just 8 months before his term as president ended.

She was First Lady for less than a year, 1844 to 1845.

First Ladies First Ladies


Next PageThe Coulter Doll Museum - First Lady or Ladies of that Administration

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