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Oval Office

  • This 2001 photograph depicts the Oval Office, located in the West Wing of the White House, during the administration of President George W. Bush. In the center of the photograph is the Resolute desk that has been used by many presidents in their office. The desk was made from the oak timbers of the British ship H.M.S. Resolute and sent as a gift to President Rutherford B. Hayes from Queen Victoria in 1880. Beyond the desk are Bush family photographs.
    Keywords: Oval Office, West Wing, Resolute desk
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 3074.tif
  • This February 1982 color photograph by National Geographic Service photographers depicts the Oval Office, located in the West Wing of the White House, during the administration of President Ronald Reagan. The desk in the center is known as the Resolute desk and has been used by many presidents in their office. The desk was made from the oak timbers of the British ship H.M.S. Resolute and sent as a gift to President Rutherford B. Hayes from Queen Victoria in 1880. Beyond the Resolute desk are photographs of the Reagan family. Note the Rose Garden covered in snow outside.
    Keywords: Oval Office, West Wing, Resolute desk, Rose Garden
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 2205.tif
  • This circa 1962 photograph depicts the Oval Office, located in the West Wing of the White House, during the administration of President John F. Kennedy. The desk in the center is known as the Resolute desk and has been used by many presidents in their office. The desk was made from the oak timbers of the British ship H.M.S. Resolute and sent as a gift to President Rutherford B. Hayes from Queen Victoria in 1880.
    Keywords: Oval Office, West Wing, Resolute desk
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 2864.tif
  • This photograph of the Oval Office was taken by National Geographic Service photographers around 1977, during the Jimmy Carter administration. President Carter used the Resolute desk, popular among modern presidents, and displayed Jean Antoine Houdon's bronze bust of Benjamin Franklin behind his desk.
    Keywords: West Wing, Oval Office
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 3076.tif
  • This circa 1945-1953 photograph by Abbie Rowe of the National Park Service depicts the Oval Office, located in the West Wing of the White House, during the administration of President Harry S. Truman.
    Keywords: Oval Office, West Wing
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 3021.tif
  • This photograph of the Oval Office by James E. Russell of the National Geographic Service was taken in January 1971, during the Richard M. Nixon administration. President Nixon used the Wilson desk and displayed a bronze bust of Abraham Lincoln during his tenure in office.
    Keywords: West Wing, Oval Office
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 3077.tif
  • This color photograph depicts the Oval Office, located in the West Wing of the White House, during the administration of President George H. W. Bush. The rug depicts the Seal of the President of the United States. Artwork and objects on display include Rembrandt Peale's circa 1823 portrait of President George Washington, Thomas Moran's 1895 The Three Tetons, Jean Antoine Houdon's circa 1778-1828 bronze bust of Benjamin Franklin, a circa 1795-1805 mahogany case clock made by John and Thomas Seymour of Boston, and Frederic Remington's modeled 1895, cast 1903 bronze sculpture The Bronco Buster.
    Keywords: Oval Office, West Wing, Seal of the President of the United States
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 3072.tif
  • This color photograph depicts the Oval Office, located in the West Wing of the White House, during the administration of President George H. W. Bush. The rug depicts the Seal of the President of the United States. President George H. W. Bush replaced the Resolute desk with the desk shown, one used by President Bush in his West Wing office while serving as Vice President under President Ronald Reagan.
    Keywords: Oval Office, West Wing
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 2204.tif
  • This photograph of the Oval Office was taken by National Geographic Service photographers on May 22, 1972 during the Richard M. Nixon administration. President Nixon used the Wilson desk and hung Charles Willson Peale's portrait of President George Washington above the mantel in the Oval Office.
    Keywords: West Wing, Oval Office
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 3219.tif
  • This photograph of the Oval Office was taken by National Geographic Service photographers in February 1982 during the Ronald Reagan administration. President Reagan hung the Charles Willson Peale portrait of George Washington above the mantel opposite his desk.
    Keywords: West Wing, Oval Office
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 3249.tif
  • This color photograph depicts the Oval Office, located in the West Wing of the White House, during the administration of President George W. Bush. In the center of the photograph is the Resolute desk that has been used by many presidents in their office. The desk was made from the oak timbers of the British ship H.M.S. Resolute and sent as a gift to President Rutherford B. Hayes from Queen Victoria in 1880. Beyond the desk are Bush family photographs. The sculpture to the left is Frederic Remington's modeled 1895, cast 1903 bronze sculpture The Bronco Buster. To the right is Nison H. Tregor's 1957 bronze bust of President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
    Keywords: Oval Office, West Wing, Resolute desk
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 3075.tif
  • This photograph of the Oval Office by Robert S. Oakes was taken in April 1969 during the early days of the Richard M. Nixon administration. President Nixon used the Wilson desk throughout his tenure as president.
    Keywords: West Wing, Oval Office
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 3176.tif
  • This photograph of the Oval Office was taken by National Geographic Service photographers in 1977 during the Jimmy Carter administration. Like many presidents before him, President Carter used the famous Resolute desk during his tenure.
    Keywords: West Wing, Oval Office
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 3231.tif
  • This circa 1995 color photograph depicts the Oval Office, located in the West Wing of the White House, during the administration of President Bill Clinton. The desk in the center is known as the Resolute desk and has been used by many presidents in their office. The desk was made from the oak timbers of the British ship H.M.S. Resolute and sent as a gift to President Rutherford B. Hayes from Queen Victoria in 1880. The rug depicts the Seal of the President of the United States.
    Keywords: Oval Office, West Wing, Resolute desk, Seal of the President of the United States
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 549.tif
  • This circa 1974-77 color photograph, taken by National Geographic Society staff, depicts the Oval Office, located in the West Wing of the White House, during the administration of President Gerald R. Ford.
    Keywords: Oval Office, West Wing
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 552.tif
  • This circa 1995 color photograph depicts the Oval Office, located in the West Wing of the White House, during the administration of President Bill Clinton. The rug depicts the Seal of the President of the United States. Artwork and objects on display include Rembrandt Peale's circa 1823 portrait of President George Washington, Thomas Moran's 1895 The Three Tetons, Jean Antoine Houdon's circa 1778-1828 bronze bust of Benjamin Franklin, a circa 1795-1805 mahogany case clock made by John and Thomas Seymour of Boston, and Frederic Remington's modeled 1895, cast 1903 bronze sculpture The Bronco Buster.
    Keywords: Oval Office, West Wing, Seal of the President of the United States
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 550.tif
  • This photograph of the Oval Office was taken by National Geographic Service photographers in February 1975 during the Gerald R. Ford administration. President Ford hung three paintings from the White House Collection: Eastport and Passamaquoddy Bay by Victor De Grailly, a portrait of George Washington by Charles Willson Peale, and City of Washington from Beyond the Navy Yard by G. Cooke.
    Keywords: West Wing, Oval Office
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 3272.tif
  • This photograph of the Oval Office was taken possibly around 1964 during the Lyndon B. Johnson administration. President Johnson used his own personal desk, built for him in the U.S. Senate's carpentry shop, during his tenure.
    Keywords: West Wing, Oval Office
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 551.tif
  • This photograph of the Oval Office was taken by George F. Mobley of the National Geographic Service in April 1962 during the John F. Kennedy administration. President Kennedy's famous rocking chair stands in the middle of the room.
    Keywords: West Wing, Oval Office, rocking chair
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 6966.tif
  • This photograph of the Oval Office by Erik Kvalsvik was taken in 2001 during the George W. Bush administration. President Bush used the famous Resolute desk. The Resolute desk was a gift from Queen Victoria of England to President Rutherford B. Hayes in 1880 and has been used by several presidents.
    Keywords: West Wing, Oval Office
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 652.tif
  • This photograph of the Oval Office was taken by National Geographic Service photographers in February 1975 during the Gerald R. Ford administration. President Ford used the Wilson desk during his tenure.
    Keywords: West Wing, Oval Office
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 7771.tif
  • This 2000 color photograph depicts the Oval Office, located in the West Wing of the White House, during the administration of President Bill Clinton. The rug depicts the Seal of the President of the United States. Artwork and objects on display include G. Cooke's 1833 City of Washington From Beyond the Navy Yard, Rembrandt Peale's circa 1823 portrait of President George Washington, Jean Antoine Houdon's circa 1778-1828 bronze bust of Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Moran's 1895 The Three Tetons, and a circa 1795-1805 mahogany case clock made by John and Thomas Seymour of Boston.
    Keywords: Oval Office, West Wing, Seal of the President of the United States
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 881.tif
  • This photograph of the Oval Office by Peter Vitale was taken during the George W. Bush administration. President Bush used the Resolute desk, a gift from Queen Victoria to President Rutherford B. Hayes in 1880, during his tenure as president.
    Keywords: West Wing, Oval Office
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 9145.tif
  • This photograph of the Oval Office was taken during the George W. Bush administration. President Bush used the Resolute desk, popular among modern presidents, and displayed Frederic Remington's sculpture The Bronco Buster and Nison Tregor's bust of President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
    Keywords: West Wing, Oval Office
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 9313.tif
  • This undated photograph of the Oval Office was taken by Peter Vitale during the George W. Bush administration. President Bush used the Resolute desk, popular among modern presidents. On tables flanking the fireplace, President Bush displayed busts of President Lincoln by Augustus Saint-Gaudens and Winston Churchill by Jacob Epstein.
    Keywords: West Wing, Oval Office
    Last Modified: 2/22/2016
    File name: 8186.tif