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How'd They Meet?: Presidents & First Ladies Edition
Can you pick the First Couples from the conditions in which they met?
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He knew her late husband John Custis and visited her after his death.
They were third cousins and had known each other since childhood.
Following the death of her first husband, he asked Aaron Burr to introduce them.
They met in 1785 in New York where he was serving as a delegate to the Continental Congress from Virginia
They met in France in 1779 when she was 4 and he was 12 and traveling with his father, the ambassador
They met at a White House reception after his first wife died while he was in office.
They were both students of Samuel Black in Murfeesboro, Tennessee.
Scandal? She was his teacher in New Hope, NY in 1819.
Her brother-in-law was his instructor at Bowdoin in Maine, though they were both from New Hampshire.
She moved to live with her sister in Springfield, and though Stephen Douglas courted her too, she married him.
She was 15 when she saw his family moving into Greenville, TN. They married a year later.
He was a classmate at West Point with her brother. When they married in 1848 none of their parents approved of the marriage.
They knew each other years earlier in Delaware, OH but met again after she graduated from Ohio Wesleyan and he was practicing law in Cincinnati.
They were classmates at Geauga Seminary and Hiram College in Ohio.
He bought her a baby carriage when she was born and was later administrator of her father's estate.
They lived next door to one another in N.Y.C. as kids, but didn't date until after his first wife died in 1885.
They met at a bobsledding party in Cincinnati in 1879.
After divorcing her first husband, they met in Marion, OH where he was publisher of the Marion Star.
She spotted him shaving in a boardinghouse window. He was wearing only long undies and a hat. She laughed so loudly that he looked up and they were married two years later in 1905.
They met in 1903 when he was a student at Harvard. His mother opposed the marriage, her uncle gave it the Presidential seal of approval.
Divine intervention! They met in Sunday school in Independence, MO and were high school sweethearts.
They met in 1915 in San Antonio. He was officer of the day at Ft. Sam Houston.
They moved in the same social circles and met at a dinner party in 1952.
She was a teacher, he had just graduated from Duke law school and they were cast together in a community theater production of The Dark Tower.
She was accidentally placed on the Hollywood blacklist. He was President of the Screen Actor's Guild and helped get her name removed.
They met at a Christmas dance in 1941 and he proposed 18 months later- before shipping off to war.
They were both law students at Yale and when she took a summer job in Oakland, he moved in with her.
Mutual friends invited them a backyard barbecue in Austin in 1977.
As a lawyer at Sidley Austin, she was assigned to mentor him as a summer associate.
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