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  1. Mary Dimmick Harrison (née Mary Scott Lord; April 30, 1858 – January 5, 1948) was the second wife of Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd president of the United States. She was nearly 25 years younger than Harrison, and was the niece of his first wife.

  2. Mary Dimmick Harrison (30 de abril de 1858 – 5 de enero de 1948) fue la segunda esposa del 23.º presidente de Estados Unidos Benjamin Harrison. Era casi 25 años más joven que Harrison, y sobrina de su primera mujer.

    • Estadounidense
    • 5 de enero de 1948 o 1948, Nueva York (Estados Unidos)
    • Cementerio de Crown Hill
  3. Mary Lord Dimmick Harrison, Benjamin Harrison’s second wife, celebrated and actively supported art and theatre, believed in the empowerment of women educated in business, and ensured the preservation of the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site for the benefit of future generations.

  4. Harrison, Mary Scott Dimmick (1858–1948) Second wife of Benjamin Harrison, 23rd president of the U.S. Name variations: Mary Scott Lord; Mary Scott Dimmick; Mary Lord Dimmick; Mary Lord Harrison; Mary Dimmick Harrison. Born Mary Scott Lord on April 30, 1858, in Honesdale, Pennsylvania; died on January 5, 1948, in New York, New York; daughter ...

  5. Presidente de los Estados Unidos. Partidos políticos: Whig (hasta 1856), Republicano (1856–1901) Rango: General de Brigada. Padres: Elizabeth Ramsey Irwin y John Scott Harrison. Cónyuges: Mary Dimmick Harrison (m. 1896–1901), Caroline Harrison (m. 1853–1892) Hijos: Mary Harrison McKee, Russell Benjamin Harrison, Elizabeth Harrison Walker.

  6. Mary Dimmick Harrison fue la segunda esposa del 23.º presidente de Estados Unidos Benjamin Harrison. Era casi 25 años más joven que Harrison, y sobrina de su primera mujer.

  7. 18 de sept. de 2014 · Besides the President and First Lady, the party consisted of Mrs. Mary Dimmick (Mrs. Harrison’s niece, and, later on, Mr. Harrison’s second wife); Mary’s sister Lizzy and her husband, Lieutenant John Parker; and Dr. Frank A. Gardner, Mrs. Harrison’s physician.