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Our first Republican President.
Paul Revere made his teeth.
Hated broccoli so much he insisted it not be served on Air Force One.
George H.W. Bush
The only sitting president to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Whether he deserved it is up for debate.
His headstone doesn't mention that he was president. It does mention that he was the father of the University of Virginia though.
Famously played the saxophone on THE ARSINIO HALL SHOW while running for president.
First Vice President to be elected to the White House since Martin Van Buren. Granted, it took him eight years.
Richard M. Nixon
For many years his tomb was the most visited tourist attraction in New York City.
Ulysses S. Grant
Placed solar panels on top of the White House. His successor took them down.
Only U.S. President to later have been appointed Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
William Howard Taft
Though he never set foot in what is now the state of Wisconsin, their capital is named for him.
Hosted "General Electric Theater" from 1954 to 1962.
He would lose an infant son three months and eleven days before his own death.
John F. Kennedy
Often held cabinet meetings while sitting on the toilet.
When someone bet this famously inarticulate president that he could make him say more then just two words, he won the bet by simply saying "you lose".
Was sworn into the U.S. Senate just sixteen days after his wife and daughter were killed in a car accident.
Joseph R. Biden
Served in the House of Representatives after his presidency.
John Quincy Adams
The only president to own a baseball team.
George W. Bush
The only Commander-In-Cheif that was never actually elected President or Vice-President.
A comic strip sharing the name of this president has been published since 1978.
Was president of Columbia University before he was President of the United States.
Our youngest president, though not the youngest one ever elected.
Referred to what we now call World War I as "The War to End All Wars".
Like many on this list, he first served as vice president. Regarding that position he was quoted as saying "My country has in its wisdom contrived for me the most insignificant office that ever the invention of man contrived or his imagination conceived."
The only president other then George Washington to be sworn into office in New York City.
Chester A. Arthur
If you're lucky enough to get your hands on a $1,000 bill you'll see this presidents face.
Had a middle initial but no middle name.
Harry S. Truman
Singed into law the notorious Kansas-Nebraska Act and the Fugitive Salve Act.
Was assassinated at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York
President responsible for purchasing Florida from Spain.
Ironically, he gave the longest inaugural address in presidential history.
William Henry Harrison
Had a difficult presidency, partly because of the Financial Panic of 1837.
Martin Van Buren
The school on "Welcome Back Kotter" was named for him.
His philosophy of "Manifest Destiny" lead to the Mexican American War.
James K. Polk
He defeated a sitting president in 1888 only to lose to the same man in 1892.
Our last president who was neither a Democrat or Republican.
He, Bill Clinton and Donald Trump are in the same club of dubious distinction for being impeached by Congress.
It's kind of funny that this president appears on our money given his attempt to break up the Second National Bank and his opposition to paper currency.
This Mexican-American war hero only served as president for seventeen months.
Was elected president in the year of our countries centennial (he did not win the popular vote, though).
Rutherford B. Hayes
"Tippecanoe and _____ Too" was a popular campaign song when he was running as Vice President in 1840. He would ascend to the presidency in April of the following year.
After he was elected president, but prior to his inauguration, he survived an assassination attempt in Miami.
Franklin D. Roosevelt
The bad news - he died in office. The good news - he passed away before the effects of the Teapot Dome Scandal fully came to light.
Warren G. Harding
One would think that his eight years as Secretary of Commerce would have prepared him better for when the stock market crashed less then eight months after his inauguration.
Only the second U.S. President born in New York City.