FIRST LADY ELIZABETH  VIRGINIA WALLACE TRUMAN ("Bess"): WWI altered the Trumans' steady courtship.  Lieutenant Truman proposed before he left for France in 1918.  They were married on June 28, 1919.  They had one daughter, Margaret.  As Harry became active in politics Bess traveled with him. His election to the Senate in 1934 took the family to Washington, D.C.  He was elected VP in 1944. Upon FDR's death on April 12, 1945 Harry took the presidential oath of office.

FIRST LADY ELIZABETH VIRGINIA WALLACE TRUMAN ("Bess"): WWI altered the Trumans' steady courtship. Lieutenant Truman proposed before he left for France in 1918. They were married on June 28, 1919. They had one daughter, Margaret. As Harry became active in politics Bess traveled with him. His election to the Senate in 1934 took the family to Washington, D.C. He was elected VP in 1944. Upon FDR's death on April 12, 1945 Harry took the presidential oath of office.

Residence, of one of America's Gilded Age era president, Chester A. Arthur, (1829 - 1886). The 21st President, who served in office, from c.1881 - c.1885. Location: 123 Lexington Avenue, between 28th & 29th Streets, sketch, (on left), from c.1885. This residence served as the location, where Arthur took the Presidential oath of office, in July c.1881. After President James Garfield's assassination in, May of c.1881. ~ Image of home today, as it stands, (on right). ~ {cwl} ~~ (Image: 6sqft)

Before the White House: The New York City Homes of U.S. Presidents

Residence, of one of America's Gilded Age era president, Chester A. Arthur, (1829 - 1886). The 21st President, who served in office, from c.1881 - c.1885. Location: 123 Lexington Avenue, between 28th & 29th Streets, sketch, (on left), from c.1885. This residence served as the location, where Arthur took the Presidential oath of office, in July c.1881. After President James Garfield's assassination in, May of c.1881. ~ Image of home today, as it stands, (on right). ~ {cwl} ~~ (Image: 6sqft)

About the U.S. Presidential Oath of Office: Do they always hold a Bible?

About the U.S. Presidential Oath of Office

About the U.S. Presidential Oath of Office: Do they always hold a Bible?

"I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States."  —Presidential oath of office, Article II, Section 1, United States Constitution

"I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States." —Presidential oath of office, Article II, Section 1, United States Constitution

Secretary Of Interior Takes Presidential Oath Of Office | The Onion - Americas Finest News Source

Secretary Of Interior Takes Presidential Oath Of Office

Secretary Of Interior Takes Presidential Oath Of Office | The Onion - Americas Finest News Source

Secretary Of Interior Takes Presidential Oath Of Office | Full report at theonion.com

Secretary Of Interior Takes Presidential Oath Of Office

Secretary Of Interior Takes Presidential Oath Of Office | Full report at theonion.com

Meet the Presidents Chalkboard Topper - A presidential parade-right in your classroom! The Teacher's guide lists Presidents, Vice Presidents and dates, plus the text of the President's oath of office.

Meet the Presidents Chalkboard Topper - A presidential parade-right in your classroom! The Teacher's guide lists Presidents, Vice Presidents and dates, plus the text of the President's oath of office.

FIFTY-SECOND INAUGURAL CEREMONIES,  January 20, 1993 - Vice Presidential Oath of Office, Administered to ALBERT A. GORE, JR. by the Honorable Byron White, Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.

FIFTY-SECOND INAUGURAL CEREMONIES, January 20, 1993 - Vice Presidential Oath of Office, Administered to ALBERT A. GORE, JR. by the Honorable Byron White, Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.

FIFTY-FOURTH INAUGURAL CEREMONIES - GEORGE W. BUSH had hoped to use the Masonic Bible that had been used both by GEORGE WASHINGTON in 1789, and by his father in 1989. This historic Bible had been transported, under guard, from New York to Washington D.C. for the Inauguration but, due to inclement weather, a family Bible was substituted.  -- January 20, 2001   (PHOTO:  Presidential Oath of Office administered to by the Honorable William Rehnquist, Chief Justice of the United States.)

FIFTY-FOURTH INAUGURAL CEREMONIES - GEORGE W. BUSH had hoped to use the Masonic Bible that had been used both by GEORGE WASHINGTON in 1789, and by his father in 1989. This historic Bible had been transported, under guard, from New York to Washington D.C. for the Inauguration but, due to inclement weather, a family Bible was substituted. -- January 20, 2001 (PHOTO: Presidential Oath of Office administered to by the Honorable William Rehnquist, Chief Justice of the United States.)

They're nucking futs!  Glenn Beck Administers ‘Presidential Oath of Office’ to Ted Cruz In Iowa - Breitbart

They're nucking futs! Glenn Beck Administers ‘Presidential Oath of Office’ to Ted Cruz In Iowa - Breitbart

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