“Life in a Gilded Cage” First Ladies’ Library Exhibition

“Life in a Gilded Cage”. A show which highlights the official and public careers of First ladies in America. It explores these roles and how they have grown and changed throughout history. That which is explored in the show include those roles served by a First Lady on the national stage; as hostess of the White House; international ambassador; campaigner; fashion symbol and Honorary National President of the Girl Scouts of the United States.

This exhibit and the experts who put it together constitute the most comprehensive collection of research on information on First Ladies and their role in our American history.  They preserve, promote and educate about the significant role of First Ladies of the USA and their contributions throughout history.

Guided tours are available at the Saxton-MicKinley House. They start about every 45 minutes. The final tour starts around 3pm.