Bibliography: Ford, Betty
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1,000 Women Rally to Bolster ERA EffortPerl, Peter1981Washington Post 13 October 1981Lady Bird Johnson and Betty Ford gave speeches.
150 Tree Trimmers Feted by Mrs. Ford 1975New York Times 16 December 1975 
1977 National Women's Conference: A Question of ChoicesBetty Ford1977Dallas: KERA-TVTelevision report. OCLC number 42757693.
200 Candles for 1600 Pa. Ave.: With Future Uncertain, Four Presidents Celebrate the White House’s PastRoberts, Roxanne, and Beth Berselli2000Washington Post 10 November 2000 
4 Presidents, 5 First Ladies Dine Together 2000Los Angeles Times 10 November 2000 
4 Soviet Drug Experts Give Award to Betty Ford 1987Los Angeles Times 12 July 1987The Pioneer of the Year Award of the Soviet-U.S. Conference on Alcoholism and Drug Addiction was given to Betty Ford for her efforts toward public education of substance abuse.
About the Funeral 2004USA Today 11 June 2004President and Betty Ford were on hand for the funeral of Ronald Reagan.
AlcoholismBeyette, Beverly1989Los Angeles Times 18 January 1989 
All The President’s WomenHalasa, Malu1991The Guardian [London] 18 April 1991 
All The President’s WomenRobertson, Rebecca2005ARTnews December 2005Coverage of a photography exhibition called “First Ladies” by Jean-Pierre Khazem at Sperone Westwater in New York.
American Heroes  2009Pasadena, CA: Salem PressBrief biographical sketches cover the basic biographical information and explain how the subject contributed to the greatness of America.
* 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.
Are You Alcohol ProofMolino, Patricia1985Harper’s Bazaar August 1985 
Arthritis Condition Forces Mrs. Ford To Curtail Activity 1975New York Times 9 March 1975 
At 83, Betty Ford Stays Busy and Continues to Speak Her MindHinds, Julie2001Detroit Free Press 5 April 2001 
At Ease, Mr. President: At 85, Gerald Ford Enjoys Beaver Creek, An Active Retirement, and a New GrandsonRyckman, Lisa Levitt1998Denver Rocky Mountain News 5 July 1998Discusses the Fords’ charitable works in Colorado.
Banker Greenspan Sworn in 5th Time 2004Toronto Star 22 June 2004Betty Ford was among the witnesses when Alan Greenspan was sworn in as chief of the Federal Reserve at the Colorado home of the Fords.
Bean Bandwagon Boosts Ford’s BidPope, John1976New Orleans Statesmen 27 September 1976 
Being First Lady Is 'Practically a 24-Hour-a-Day Job' 1975New York Times 5 August 1975 
The Best Years of My LifeFord, Betty1993McCall's Magazine May 1993Excerpt from the First Lady’s book.
* Betty: A Glad AwakeningFord, Betty (with Chris Chase)1987Garden City: Doubleday 
Good Morning, America: Betty Ford 1991New York: ABC-TVGood Morning, America television interview with Betty Ford from 3 October 1991. Program no. 1384.
Betty FordJohnson, Bonnie1984People Magazine December 1984 
Betty Ford 1975Newsweek 29 December 1975 
Betty Ford 1999People Magazine 15 March 1999 
Betty FordMattern, Joanne2007Edina, MN: ABDO PublishingFor readers ages 5-11.
Betty FordMarcia Satterthwaite2001New York, New York: Chelsea House PublicationsFor readers ages 9 and above.