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About the Authors PAUL F. BOLLER JR. is a professor emeritus at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. He received his Ph.D in American stud ies from Yale University and taught American history until his retirement. His books include Presidential Anecdotes, Presidential Cam paigns, Presidential Wives, and Presidential Inaugurations.
JAMES M. GOODE is a historian and the archivist and curator of the B. F. Saul Co., in Washington, D.C. He is the former curator of the Smithsonian Castle. He has a Ph.D. in American studies from George Washington University. His books include Capital Losses: A Cultural History of Washington s Destroyed f Buildings and Best Addresses: A Century o Washington s Distinguished Apartment Homes. D AVID S. HEIDLER is on the faculty at Col orado State University-Pueblo, and JEANNE T. HEIDLER is a professor of history at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado. They have collaborated on numerous projects, including the books Old Hickorys War: Andrew Jackson and the Quest for Empire, The War of 1812, and Manifest Destiny.
DON ALD R. KENNON is the chief historian of the U.S. Capitol Historical Society. He has a Ph.D. in American history from the University of Maryland. He directs the society's sym posia, publications, and educational outreach programs and also writes and lectures about the history of Congress and the Capitol.
KATIE E. MARAGES is the archivist at the DeKalb History Center in Decatur, Georgia. A graduate of the University of Virginia, she was a research assistant at the White House Histori cal Association and continues to do photo research for White House History.