Bibliography: Harding, Florence
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1920: The Year of Six PresidentsPietrusza, David2008New York: Basic BooksIncludes material on Edith Wilson and Eleanor Roosevelt and Florence Harding’s roles during the 1920 election.
Alice: Alice Roosevelt Longworth, From White House Princess to Washington Power BrokerCordery, Stacy A.2007New York: VikingThe only biography of Alice Roosevelt Longworth written by an historian, Alice is based on Longworth's private papers and provides an insider's view of first ladies during Mrs L's sixty years in Washington (including her step-mother Edith Roosevelt).
Amaryllis Tops The Show: White Beauty Stands Out Even in a Blaze of Roses Everywhere 1921New York Times 16 March 1921A new white amaryllis named “Mrs. Florence Harding” is unveiled.
American First LadiesWatson, Robert P., ed.2006Pasadena, CA: Salem Press 
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 LadiesHealy, Diana Dixon1988New York: Atheneum 
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 Most Influential First LadiesAnthony, Carl Sferrazza1992Minneapolis: Oliver PressFor readers grades 5-7.
* The Available ManSinclair, Andrew1969New York: Macmillan 
The Biography Channel Website: Florence Harding    : BiographyA page of the Biography Channel website dedicated information pertaining to Florence Harding. This web page can be found here:
* Calvin CoolidgeFuess, Claude M.1940Boston: Little Brown 
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.
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.
* Crowded HoursLongworth, Alice Roosevelt1930New York: Charles Scribner’s SonsMemoirs of Theodore Roosevelt’s eldest daughter, who had a low opinion of Mrs. Harding.
* & David L. Wilson. The Presidency of Warren G. HardingTrani, Eugene P1977Lawrence: Regents Press of Kansas 
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.
Details of President Harding’s FuneralThorpe, Will J.1923Mortician August 1923 
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.
The Duchess: First Lady Florence Harding and the Tragedy of Being Ahead of Her TimeAnthony, Carl Sferrazza2000Social Science Journal 2000Vol . 37 no. 4.
The Duchess of Center Street 1980Newslife (Marion, Ohio) 5 May 1980 
* Father Struck It RichMcLean, Evalyn Walsh1935Boston: Little, BrownHighly informative and affectionate memoirs of Mrs. Harding’s closest friend.
* The First LadiesKlapthor, Margaret Brown1989Washington, D.C.: White House Historical AssociationFor readers grades 6 and above.
* The First LadiesBarzman, Sol1970New York: Cowles 
First LadiesSchneider, Dorothy, and Carl J. Schneider2010New York: Facts On FileUpdated edition.
* First Ladies: From Martha Washington to Barbara BushDeCesare, Linda1990New York: Random House 
First Ladies: From Martha Washington to Michelle Obama Caroli, Betty Boyd2009New York: Oxford University PressUpdated, fourth edition of Caroli's classic analysis of the successes, failings, and personalities of the 41 women who served as first ladies.
* The First Ladies: Martha Washington to Hillary ClintonSeward, James, and Lynda DeCesare1992Baltimore: Ottenheimer Publications 
* First Ladies: Women Who Called the White House HomeGormley, Beatrice1997New York: ScholasticFor readers grades 4-6.
First Ladies: A Biographical DictionarySchneider, Dorothy, and Carl J. Schneider2001New York: Checkmark Books