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White House Weddings: First Daughters Who Have Tied The Knot (PHOTOS, POLL)

First Posted: 07/30/2010 8:23 am   Updated: 05/25/2011 5:15 pm

Chelsea Clinton's wedding isn't the first First Daughter nuptials to turn into a media circus. Take Nellie Grant, daughter of President Ulysses S. Grant, for example--a drawing of her saying "I do!" made the front page of the papers on June 6, 1874. Other, modern examples include Luci and Lynda Johnson's weddings, Tricia Nixon as the "Cover Girl" bride and Jenna Hager just two years ago. Take a look back with us and vote for your favorite First Daughter wedding moment.

Nellie Grant's Wedding
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LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED, from New York, dated June 6, 1874 The frontpage is a full illustration: "The Wedding At The White House" "The Ceremony In The East Room--Rev. Dr. Tiffany Declaring Mr. A. C. F. Sartoris & Miss Nellie Grant Husband & Wife." A fullpage illustration inside has large portraits: "Mrs. Algernon C. F. Sartoris, nee Miss Nellie Grant" and "Mr. Algernon Charles Frederick Sartoris."
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