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''WHITE HOUSE BRIDE" AND FIRST "WHITE HOUSE
BABY" MAY MARRY ON THE SAME DAY
" "Mrs. Frances Folsom Cleveland, widow of Pres. Groyer Cleveland.
The "White House bride" and
the mother of the first "White
House baby," is to be married
again. Maybe there'll be a double
wedding, nd mother and" eldest
daughter, Mrs. Frances Folsom
Cleveland and'Miss Esther Cleve
land, will go away upon their
honeymoons at the same time.
Grover Celeveland's widow,
whose engagement to Prof. Thos.
J. Preston is announced, has
never craved the spotlight of pub
licity. Even in the days when she
had youth, the fresh beauty that
youth gives, and the enviable po
sition of "first lady of the land,"
Mrs. Cleveland preferred the nur
sery of her babies and the library
of her husband to the drawing,
room and dancing floors of gilded
and be-gemmed society.
Following the retirement of
her husband from the presidency
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