Even though all of these wives have had the pleasure of living in the same famous white house, where they grew up couldn't be more different. From luxurious Manhattan apartments to small Texas towns, here's a look into where some of these ladies were raised.
Kennedy's childhood was anything by humble — after all, she grew up in a duplex in one of New York City's most prestigious buildings on Park Avenue. Fun fact: The former First Lady's grandfather, James T. Lee, developed the building.
Obama grew up on the upper floor of this house on South Euclid Avenue on the South Side of Chicago. Her house was located a few blocks from the University of Chicago and the neighborhood was filled with many hard-working families, just like Obama's.
Dubbed "The Brick House," this antebellum plantation home is where Johnson grew up in Karnack, Texas. It was here that her nurse described her as "purty as a ladybird," hence her nickname.
Back in 1946, Bush was born in Midland, Texas and was raised as an only child in this small town, which is also the same place where President George W. Bush was raised. The two met at a backyard barbecue of mutual friends and were married three months later.
Eisenhower was born in this quaint house in Boone, Iowa, but moved all over during her lifetime — she grew up in Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Colorado Springs, Colorado; Denver, Colorado; and spent the summers in San Antonia, Texas.
Trump is only the second First Lady who wasn't born in the United States and spent part of her childhood in this home in Sevnica, Slovenia, before she moved the United States, of course.
Even though Reagan's Flushing home was a bit than these, it was located in the same New York City borough. She was raised in this neighborhood for two years before moving to Bethesda, Maryland to live with relatives.
Carter was born in Plains, Georgia as the first of four children. While she was attending the local high school (where she also graduated as the valedictorian) she met her future husband, President Jimmy Carter, who was her best friend's older brother.
Even though Bush was born in Flushing, New York (a neighborhood in Queens, New York) she was raised in the suburban town of Rye, New York with her two siblings. Today, people visit Rye for Playland, a historic amusement park.
Truman, who was known as Bessie during her childhood, was raised in Independence, Missouri. She even met her future husband, President Harry Truman, after his family moved to the town and the two went to high school together.
Even though Hoover was born in Waterloo, Iowa, she was raised in California and was known as a tomboy who enjoyed camping and horse back riding. She met her future husband, President Herbert Hoover, after enrolling in what is now known as San Jose State University.
Nixon was born in the small mining town of Ely, Nevada. However, she was raised in California on a small truck farm called Artesia (today it's known as Cerritos) and helped out by working on the family farm.
Even though Ford was born in Chicago, she was raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan as her mother was related to a wealthy Grand Rapids furniture manufacturing family and her father worked for Royal Rubber Co.
Born to socialite parents, Roosevelt's first home was on West 37th Street in Manhattan. Sadly, her parents both died by the time she was 10, so she moved to Tivoli, New York to live with her maternal grandmother before heading off to boarding school.