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THE COULTER DOLL MUSEUM
NOTE: The Coulter doll collections are NOT OPEN to the public.
BENJAMIN HARRISON WAS PRESIDENT 1889-1893.
TWO FIRST LADIES:
CAROLINE HARRISON (1832-1892).
Born Caroline Lavinia Scott, she married Benjamin Harrison in 1853. She died in the White House before her husband's four-year term ended. She was First Lady from 1889 to 1892.
MARY McKEE (President's daughter).
A daughter of President Benjamin Harrison, Mary Harrison married James McKee.
When her mother died in 1892, she served as First Lady for the remainder of his term.
The Coulter Doll Museum - First Lady or Ladies of that Administration
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