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Who was the first First Lady to be called “First Lady”? What were they called before that?

From Martha Washington through Julia Grant, presidential wives did not have a title. Martha was called “Lady Washington”; later wives were often called “Mrs. Presidentress.” In 1876, journalist Mary Clemmer Ames referred to Lucy Ware Webb Hayes, as “the First Lady of the Land” in her column “Woman’s Letter from Washington.” Lucy Hayes turned out …

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Cafe Astoria – Sidney’s Taste of the Twin Cities

Cafe Astoria is truly an Instagram heaven, and the food and drinks taste even better than they look. They have something for everyone with sweet or savory crepes, smoothie bowls and drinks. Cafe Astoria became very popular last year when they came out with their 24K latte that has real gold flakes on it!