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      Portrait of Martha "Patsy" Washington Jefferson Randolph (by American artist, James Westhall Ford, 1824) ~ the Official White House Hostess for the 3rd President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson (1801-1809). Martha "Patsy" Washington Jefferson Randolph was the daughter of Thomas Jefferson and his late wife, Martha Skelton Jefferson.

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      Martha Washington Jefferson Randolph (1772-1836) by James Westhall Ford (American artist, 1794-1866)

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