Lucy Ware Webb Hayes was married to President Rutherford B. Hayes and was First Lady of the United States from 1877 to 1881. Lucy grew up in Ohio, graduated from Wesleyan Female College at the age of 18 and married Hayes, a lawyer, in 1852. During the Civ...
August 28, 1831 (age
June 25, 1889
Lucy Ware Webb Hayes (August 28, 1831 – June 25, 1889) was a First Lady of
the United ... Historians have christened her "Lemonade Lucy" due to her staunch
support of the temperance ...
Nicknamed affectionately both "Mother Lucy" and "Lemonade Lucy", she was
well known for caring for wounded infantrymen in her husband's command
Her decision to ban alcohol from White House events earned her the nickname “
Lemonade Lucy” from her critics, but she was a popular first lady, and her public
The nickname "Lemonade Lucy" cannot be specifically dated to the Hayes
Administration, although there were anecdotes about her serving lemonade that
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Feb 5, 2013 ... Historians christened her "Lemonade Lucy" due to her unwavering support of the
temperance movement; however, it appears, she was never ...
Jan 23, 2012 ... In fact “Lemonade Lucy,” as she was nicknamed by her critics, did not object to
drinking by others and was far more interested in education and ...
Biography of Lucy Hayes, First Lady to U.S. President Rutherford B. Hayes. ... in
the White House led the press to teasingly refer to her as "Lemonade Lucy.
Many modern readers of American history remember her as "Lemonade Lucy
rather than as a gracious hostess, and a witty, well-educated, and warm-hearted