The Grants

President Ulysses S. Grant poses for a photo in the 1870s with (from left), his wife Julia, daughter Nellie, son Jesse, Jesse's friend, Willie Coles, and Ulysses S. "Buck" Jr. Nellie married a wealthy Englishman in a White House ceremony. Jesse helped develop Tijuana, Mexico as a gambling resort and went on to be a Democratic presidential nominee in 1908. Buck was a lawyer and served as a personal secretary of his father. He ran unsuccessfully for the U.S. Senate from California in 1899.
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President Ulysses S. Grant poses for a photo in the 1870s with (from left), his wife Julia, daughter Nellie, son Jesse, Jesse's friend, Willie Coles, and Ulysses S. "Buck" Jr. Nellie married a wealthy Englishman in a White House ceremony. Jesse helped develop Tijuana, Mexico as a gambling resort and went on to be a Democratic presidential nominee in 1908. Buck was a lawyer and served as a personal secretary of his father. He ran unsuccessfully for the U.S. Senate from California in 1899.

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