Millard Powers Fillmore, or “Powers” as he was commonly known, was a Harvard educated man. An avid outdoor’s man trained in the law, Powers held a position in the White House by the age of twenty-two, serving as his father’s personal secretary.
He was short and stout, but handsome like his father, and had gained a reputation as a “good lawyer and sound thinker,” at a young age. His circumstances probably provided him plenty of opportunities to fraternize with women and other social elites of the time. [Read more…] about Millard Powers Fillmore: A Short Sketch