Florence Harding (1860-1924) was an American first lady (1921-23) and the wife of Warren G. Harding, 29th president of the United States. Energetic, strong-willed and popular, she was an important influence on her husband's business and political careers.
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President Abraham Lincoln writes to anti-slavery Congressional leader Senator Charles Sumner of Massachusetts on this day in 1864, proposing that widows…
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Florence Harding was a lifelong supporter of the women's suffrage movement, and following the passage of the 19th Amendment in August 1920, she became the first woman able to vote for her own husband for president.
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