The term “Second Lady”, coined in contrast to “First Lady” (who is almost always the wife of the president), may have been first used by Jennie Tuttle Hobart (whose husband, Garret Hobart was vice president from 1897 to 1899) to refer to herself.
Thank you! That’s a very interesting little “factoid” to keep in my pretty much-overloaded brain. LOL!
Julie in Quebec; originally from Chicago.
My poor hometown, being destroyed by thugs and vandals and Mayor Lightfoot. She, and all of our beautiful big cities across this great country, needs our prayers.