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Her mother remarried, to family friend and neighbor Arthur Meigs Goodwin, and Bloomer lived with them.
Following her White House years, she continued to lobby for the ERA and remained active in the feminist movement.After the 1929 stock market crash, when Bloomer was aged 11, she began to earn money by modeling clothes and teaching children popular dances, such as the foxtrot, waltz, and big apple.She also entertained and worked with children with disabilities at the Mary Free Bed Home for Crippled Children.After he recovered, they were divorced on September 22, 1947, on the grounds of "excessive, repeated cruelty".On October 15, 1948, Elizabeth married Gerald Ford, a lawyer and World War II veteran, at Grace Episcopal Church, in Grand Rapids. In the first of adjustments for politics, he asked her to delay the wedding until shortly before the elections because, as The New York Times reported, "Jerry was running for Congress and wasn't sure how voters might feel about his marrying a divorced ex-dancer." Gerald and Elizabeth Ford had four children together: Michael Gerald Ford (born 1950), John Gardner Ford (nicknamed Jack; born 1952), Steven Meigs Ford (born 1956), and Susan Elizabeth Ford (born 1957).William Warren began selling insurance for another company shortly after their marriage.
He later worked for Continental Can Co., and after that for Widdicomb Furniture. At one point, they lived in Toledo, Ohio, where Elizabeth was employed at the department store Lasalle & Koch as a demonstrator, a job that entailed being a model and saleswoman.Throughout her husband's term in office, she maintained high approval ratings despite opposition from some conservative Republicans who objected to her more moderate and liberal positions on social issues.Ford was noted for raising breast cancer awareness following her 1974 mastectomy.Elizabeth Ann "Betty" Ford (née Bloomer; April 8, 1918 – July 8, 2011) was First Lady of the United States from 1974 to 1977, as the wife of the 38th President of the United States, Gerald Ford.As First Lady, she was active in social policy and created precedents as a politically active presidential wife.In addition, she was a passionate supporter of, and activist for, the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA).