Mary Coxe Chesnut
The first Vice Regent for South Carolina was the only member of the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association to have actually seen George Washington in person. In 1777, she and several other young women serenaded the president-elect on his inaugural tour.
Emma Read Ball
The third Vice Regent for Virginia defended the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association against a bill which would transfer ownership of Washington's estate to the government in the early 20th century.
The daughter of poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Alice Longfellow ranks as the longest-serving vice regent in the history of the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association.
Phoebe Apperson Hearst
The second Vice Regent for California was a remarkable woman who tamed the Potomac River, electrified the estate, and advocated women's education in the early 20th century.