Bibliography: Cleveland, Frances
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* Inaugural Issue of White House History 1983White House History Vol. 1, No. 1The inaugural issue of the journal White House History, published by the White House Historical Association. Copy 1- gift of Mary Regula; Copy 2- gift of Gloria A. Dongler
American National BiographyCarnes, Mark C., and John A. Garraty, eds.1999New York: Oxford University PressThe American National Biography was originally published in 24 volumes. It is updated semi-annually. The print edition contains biographies of Americans who died before 1955. The on-line, subscription version contains those who died after 1955.
* America’s First Families: An Inside View of 200 Years of Private Life in the White HouseAnthony, Carl Sferrazza2000New York: Touchstone 
America’s First Ladies: Ohio Library was Established in 1997 in Their HonorWadley, Carma2007Deseret Morning News 19 February 2007Article celebrates the tenth anniversary of the National First Ladies Library and includes a quiz on the subject of First Ladies.
* America’s First Ladies: Their Uncommon Wisdom, from Martha Washington to Laura BushAdler, Bill2002Lanham, MD: Taylor Trade Publishers 
* The Anecdotal Side of Mrs. Cleveland 1898Ladies’ Home Journal June 1898 
* Angels in the Machinery: Gender in American Party Politics from the Civil War to the Progressive EraEdwards, Rebecca1997New York: Oxford University Press 
Asks Pension for Mrs. Preston 1940New York Times 28 April 1940Congress seeks pension for former First Lady.
Authenticity of the Cleveland Article: Its Genuineness Attested by the Cleveland Executor in Documents Printed Here 1892New York Times 26 September 1892Mrs. Cleveland made aware of controversy surrounding authenticity of President’s signature on paper regarding national policies.
The Biography Channel Website: Frances Cleveland    : BiographyA page of the Biography Channel website providing a bit of information regarding Frances Cleveland. The web page can be found here:
* Bourbon Leader: Grover Cleveland and the Democratic PartyMerrill, Horace Samuel1957Boston: Little, Brown 
Bride of the White HouseWilliams, Francis Howard1886Philadelphia: Bradley and Company 
Buffalo Bills and the Indians, or Sitting Bull's History LessonAltman, Robert, dir.1976Hollywood: Dino De Laurentiis CompanyRobert Altman film wherein Shelley Duvall portrayed Frances Cleveland.
Buffalo HarlotsPostlethwaite, Diana1998The Nation 11 May 1998 
Buffalo's Own first Lady: Frances Folsom ClevelandEvans, Mark D.2010Western New York Heritage 13:1 (Spring 2010)The cover article contains illustrations of Mrs. Cleveland that were used for commercial purposes in the late nineteenth century.
* Campaign Appeals to WomenMayo, Edith1984 Article found in Edith Mayo, ed., American Material Culture: The Shape of Things Around Us.
* Carp’s WashingtonCarpenter, Frank1960New York: McGraw-HillWonderful contemporary description of Frances Cleveland in the capital city.
Celebrate Cleveland Day: Exercises to Mark Anniversary of Late President’s Birth 1919New York Times 14 March 1919Mrs. Preston (the former First Lady) planning to attend.
Celebrating Women: History, Biographies, and MuseumsByerly, Greg, and Carolyn Brodie2005Library Media Activities Monthly April 2005Reviews of websites containing information about the First Ladies, including the National First Ladies Library.
Celebrity, Then and Now 1997New York Times 4 September 1997Editorial remarks on contrast between the press Mrs. Cleveland faced and the coverage of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales.
* Children In the White HouseSadler, Christine1967New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons 
Congress Clears Dollar Coin BillHiga, Liriel2005CQ Weekly 26 December 2005House of Representatives passes bill which would allow the Treasury to mint $10 coins with images of First Ladies.
Dear First Lady: Letters to the White HouseYoung, Dwight, and Margaret Johnson, eds.2008Washington, D.C.: National Geographic SocietyReproductions of letters from the Library of Congress and the National Archives to and from First Ladies, with annotations explaining the nature of the correspondence and the historical contexts within which each epistle was written.
Dictionary of American Biography 1980New York: ScribnerThe venerable Dictionary of American Biography was first published in twenty volumes between 1927 and 1936. Ten subsequent volumes were published, and the most recent, edited by historian Kenneth Jackson and published by Scribner, includes Americans who died before the year 1980. The First Ladies are included.
Election Ball Sees Gowns Inspired By Those of 10 Presidents' Wives 1936Christian Science Monitor 2 November 1936Eleanor Roosevelt was a guest at the velvet ball and debutante election cotillion which opened with a Presidents' Wives pageant. The pageant included modern adaptations of First Ladies' gowns.
The Encyclopedia Britannica Website: Frances Cleveland    : Encyclopedia BritannicaAn entry on the Encyclopedia Britannica website that provides a short biographical sketch of Frances Cleveland and external links for further information. The entry can be found here:
Everybody Likes Mrs. Cleveland 1888New York Times 22 January 1888Students at Leveret College, Georgia, name a new literary society for Mrs. Cleveland
* Faith of the First LadiesMacGregor, Jerry and Marie Prys2006Grand Rapids: Baker Books 
The Fashionable Heritage of White House Free SpiritsBellafante, Gina2004International Herald Tribune 17 August 2004Draws parallels between Teresa Heinz Kerry and Mrs. Cleveland.
The First Celebrity First LadyAckerman, S. J.2014Washington Post Magazine 3 July 2014Journalist suggests that Frances Cleveland was a celebrity upon her marriage to the president in 1886.