Get a Rare Glimpse Into the Role of First Ladies at this Educational Exhibit
Be sure to check out the captivating new collection opening at The George W. Bush Presidential Center! A new special exhibit, entitled “First Ladies: Style of Influence,” examines how the role of the first lady has evolved over time through stunning photos and historic artifacts.
The impact of first ladies, including Laura Bush, Barbara Bush, Dolley Madison, Michelle Obama, and Eleanor Roosevelt, will be examined through their advancements in diplomatic, social, and cultural initiatives throughout history. Visitors will explore the unique perspectives and singular grace that each first lady brought to their position and era. Come learn the in-depth stories and discover how American first ladies have served as hostess, teammate, champion, and policy advocate, all within the context of the changing American political and cultural landscape.
In addition to rare photographs and historic documents, artifacts on display will include Eleanor Roosevelt's black evening gown, Dolley Madison's snuff box, and Lou Hoover’s original Girl Scout uniform and Cine-Kodak movie camera. As the stories of these monumental figures unfold, visitors will learn the challenges and rewards of a position that is re-imagined by each person who holds it. It’s a stunning educational display, so mark your calendar for the opening of “First Ladies: Style of Influence.”
At Oxford at The Boulevard Apartments in Corinth, Texas, we pride ourselves on informing our residents about all the upcoming events our beautiful community has to offer. Don’t hesitate to join this event on Thursday!
Thursday, March 1, 2018—9:00 AM
Event Venue Location:
George W. Bush Presidential Center
3001 SMU Boulevard
Dallas, Texas 75205