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Welcome To
THE COULTER DOLL MUSEUM

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

JAMES GARFIELD WAS PRESIDENT 6 MONTHS IN 1881.

FIRST LADY
LUCRETIA GARFIELD (1832-1918).

Born Lucretia Rudolph, she married James Garfield in 1858. Her husband's term as president was very brief, he was sworn in March 1881, shot in July 1881, and died in September.

She was First Lady for six months in 1881.

First Ladies


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

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