Franklin D. Roosevelt, was the first President to have an official presidential plane. His plane was nicknamed “Sacred Cow” by reporters.
President James Madison’s inaugural jacket was woven from the wool of sheep he was raising at home in Virginia. President Madison had imported the Merino sheep from Portugal.
During President Richard Nixon’s administration, a scandal scarred official borrowed $4,850 from the White House safe to pay for his honeymoon, it was John Dean, and he paid it all back.
The first presidential library to be established was the Rutherford B Hayes Presidential Library in Fremont, Ohio. It was dedicated in 1916
During Harry S. Truman’s presidency, the official presidential plane was called The Independence. It was named after his hometown in Missouri.
During the presidency of Benjamin Harrison, more states were added to the union than any other presidential term. Six states were added: North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Washington,Idaho, and Wyoming.
President George Herbert Walker Bush was married to a great-great-great-niece of a former president. First Lady Barbara Bush’s great-great-great-uncle was Franklin Pierce.