A hilarious account of the fictional ill-fated ‘Butterfield Administration’ (March 4, 1909 – April4, 1909) as told to Patrick Dennis by Martha Dinwiddie Butterfield:  patent medicine heiress, social leader and Nobel Prize winner.  Now a spry 94 years, she suffers from total recall of every inconsequential detail (sometimes inaccurate!) and can give more detail than the reader will care to know about Lohocla, the miraculous medicine, the doomed Bullfinch party, the steamy side of Washington and her beloved husband, George Washington Butterfield, America’s most misunderstood statesman.  A faithful ‘documentation’ complete with photos of ‘Martha’s’ life and adventures.