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Presidential Caricatures #34- Dwight D. Eisenhower!

Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

34-EisenhowerFun Facts: loved golf and was often on the course; “I Like Ike” was one of the most memorable campaign slogans ever; Ike’s grandson David married Richard Nixon’s daughter Julie.

Presidential Caricatures #33- Harry S. Truman!

Monday, May 11th, 2015

33_TrumanFun Facts: Loved to play the piano; has no middle name, the “S” stands for nothing; met his future wife Bess at Sunday School when he was six years old

Presidential Caricatures #32- FDR!

Sunday, May 10th, 2015

32-FDRFun Facts- His famous Scottish terrier “Fala”‘s full name was “Murray the Outlaw of Falahill”; FDR ordered that only he could ever feed his beloved dog; Fala was buried alongside the president and a statue of him with FDR is featured in Washington DC’s Franklin Roosevelt Memorial, Fala is the only presidential pet so honored.

Presidential Caricatures #31- Herbert Hoover!

Saturday, May 9th, 2015

31-HooverFun Facts- There was nothing fun about Herbert Hoover.

Presidential Caricatures #30- Calvin Coolidge!

Friday, May 8th, 2015

30-CoolidgeFun Facts- A practical joker, he once rang for all the White House servants and then disappeared leaving them to look for him; exercised on an electric horse in the White House; had many exotic pets including a raccoon named “Rebecca”

Presidential Caricatures #29- Warren Harding!

Thursday, May 7th, 2015


Fun Facts: Had so many clothes new closets had to be built into the White House; Once gambled away a whole set of White House china; had the biggest feet of any president with size 14 shoes

Presidential Caricatures #28: Woodrow Wilson!

Wednesday, May 6th, 2015

28-WilsonFun Facts: Kept sheep on the White House lawn, one of them, named “Old Ike”, liked to chew tobacco; He was the first president to get a ph.D

Presidential Caricatures #27: William H. Taft!

Tuesday, May 5th, 2015


Fun Facts: Famously the fattest president ever, Taft weighed over 300 lbs and had to have a special bathtub installed in the White House that was big enough to hold four people; loved baseball and started the tradition of the president throwing out the first pitch of the league’s Opening Day

Presidential Caricatures #26: Theodore Roosevelt

Monday, May 4th, 2015

26-RooseveltFun Facts: Was the youngest president ever at age 42; His six kids were known to roller skate down the halls of the White House, and slide down the stairs on cookie trays; The “teddy bear” was named after him

Presidential Caricatures #25: William McKinley!

Sunday, May 3rd, 2015

25-McKinleyFun facts: First president to ride in an automobile; Was the first to use campaign buttons; always wore a red carnation for good luck… which didn’t help him much when he was assassinated in 1901.


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