Helen Herron Taft


Helen Herron Taft
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Helen Herron Taft, née le 2 juin 1861, morte le 22 mai 1943, fut, en sa qualité d’épouse du 27e président des États-Unis, William Howard Taft, la « première dame » des États-Unis du 4 mars 1909 au 6 août 1913.


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