All that said, I don't have too many of the president books by Tierney. I have George Washington, Thomas Jefferson (one of the nicest he's made, I think), Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses Grant, and Andrew Jackson. Eventually I will want to get Teddy Roosevelt and maybe James Madison, but for now these are pretty much the ones I am interested in. The 20th century presidents, not so much. I don't know if there will be any more president books (seems somewhat doubtful), but I would have liked to have seen a couple more 19th century ones. James Garfield (morbid as that might be) would have been nice.
Andrew Jackson and his family was one of my most recent acquisitions. He's a wee bit on the far side of the period I tend to seek out, but I do like men's fashions from the 30s (the women, not so much). I chose this outfit to share in particular because it's sort of casual and has nice color; less stuffy than we might generally see people portrayed in this era. The set includes a few other interesting dolls, though it notably omits his adopted Cherokee son, Lincoya. Boo. Odd, that.
I have strong feelings about Jackson as a president (his policies might as well be classified as genocide), but he still makes a nice paper doll (and I love the underwear ~ that night shirt is hilarious). This set is still available from Dover.