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  1. Helen Louise Taft (née Herron; June 2, 1861 – May 22, 1943), known as Nellie, was the First Lady of the United States from 1909 to 1913 as the wife of President William Howard Taft. Born to a politically well-connected Ohio family, she took an early interest in political life, deciding at the age of 17 that she wished to become ...

  2. Helen Louise Herron "Nellie" Taft (2 de junio de 1861 - 22 de mayo de 1943) fue la esposa de William Howard Taft y primera dama de los Estados Unidos entre 1909 y 1913.

  3. About The White House. First Families. Helen “Nellie” Taft was the wife of President William Howard Taft and First Lady of the United States from 1909 to 1913. During their marriage, she...

  4. www.history.com › topics › first-ladiesHelen Taft - HISTORY

    16 de dic. de 2009 · Helen Taft (1861-1943) was an American first lady (1909-13) ... Helen Louise “Nellie” Herron was the fifth of 10 children born into a prosperous Cincinnati family. Her father, ...

  5. U.S. Presidents. William Taft. Helen Taft. It was not William Howard Taft's highest ambition to become President of the United States: it was his wife's. Of the two, it was Helen "Nellie" Herron Taft who was most ambitious to attain the White House.

  6. Helen Taft American first lady (1909–13), the wife of William Howard Taft, 27th U.S. president and 10th chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. The fourth of 11 children, Helen Taft came by her interest in politics through her parents, John Herron, a prominent lawyer and Republican Party activist,

  7. Helen Taft. As “the only unusual incident” of her girlhood, “Nellie” Herron Taft recalled her visit to the White House at 17 as the guest of President and Mrs. Hayes, intimate friends of her parents. Fourth child of Harriet Collins and John W. Herron, born in 1861, she had grown up in Cincinnati, Ohio, attending a private school in the ...