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Easter Egg Roll

  • South Grounds
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    Holidays
    Children
    In this black and white photograph, First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt sits on the steps of the South Portico with children during the White House Easter Egg Roll. Dating back to 1878, the Easter Egg Roll is a cherished springtime tradition in Washington, D.C., with children and their families gathering to enjoy festivities on the South Lawn.
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    Easter Egg Roll
    children
    This photograph by Lawrence Jackson shows children rushing through the open gates to hunt for Easter Eggs during the annual Easter Egg Roll.
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    In this photograph, taken in 1971, Tricia Nixon signs autographs at the annual Easter Egg Roll. Police and Secret Service surround the Nixon's twenty-five year old daughter as she navigates through the eager Easter crowd.
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    This photograph of President Bill Clinton's family cat Socks during a White House Easter Egg Roll was taken in the 1990s. Socks appears on the White House lawn with several Easter eggs marked with his paw print.
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    Easter Egg Roll
    children
    In this photograph taken ca. 1988-1992, two of President George H. W. Bush's grandchildren greet the Easter Bunny during the annual White House Easter Egg Roll. Dating back to 1878, the Easter Egg Roll is a cherished springtime tradition in Washington, D.C., with children and their families gathering on the South Lawn to enjoy the annual festivities.
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    Easter Egg Roll
    South View
    children
    In this photograph taken in April 1966 by National Geographic Service photographer James P. Blair, children hunt for eggs on the South Lawn. Dating back to 1878, the Easter Egg Roll is a cherished springtime tradition in Washington, D.C., with children and their families gathering on the South Lawn to enjoy the annual festivities.
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    Easter Egg Roll
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    In this photograph taken during the Lyndon B. Johnson administration, the Easter bunny holds a smiling child with an Easter basket during the annual White House Easter Egg Roll. Dating back to 1878, the Easter Egg Roll is a cherished springtime tradition in Washington, D.C., with children and their families gathering to enjoy festivities on the South Lawn.
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    Easter Egg Roll
    This is a photograph taken by Frances Benjamin Johnston showing the crowds gathered on the South Lawn for the White House Easter Egg Roll. Dating back to 1878, the Easter Egg Roll is a cherished springtime tradition in Washington, D.C., with children and their families gathering to enjoy festivities on the South Lawn. Francis Benjamin Johnston was one of the first influential female photographers in America, and she is well known for her intimate photographs of the Roosevelt family, White House, and Washington society.
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    Easter Egg Roll
    South View
    children
    In this photograph taken by White House Historical Association photographer William Phillips on April 1, 2003, the Easter Bunny waves to children during the annual White House Easter Egg Roll. Dating back to 1878, the Easter Egg Roll is a cherished springtime tradition in Washington, D.C., with children and their families gathering to enjoy festivities on the South Lawn.
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    Easter Egg Roll
    children
    This is a photograph of gathered crowds and children playing on the South Lawn during the annual White House Easter Egg Roll in 1921. Dating back to 1878, the Easter Egg Roll is a cherished springtime tradition in Washington, D.C., with children and their families gathering on the South Lawn to enjoy the annual festivities.
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    Easter Egg Roll
    pet
    children
    In this photograph, taken on April 2, 1923 by Herbert E. French of the National Photo Company, children pose for a picture with Laddie Boy, the Harding family pet Airedale terrier, and his handler during the annual White House Easter Egg Roll. Laddie Boy "hosted" the Easter Egg Roll that year while the Hardings were away in Georgia. Dating back to 1878, the Easter Egg Roll is a cherished springtime tradition in Washington, D.C., with children and their families gathering to enjoy festivities on the South Lawn. This photograph is from the Herbert E. French Collection at the Library of Congress, which captured life in Washington, D.C., from the Wilson to the Hoover administrations.
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    Easter Egg Roll
    South View
    In this photograph taken in April 1982 by National Geographic Service photographer Dave Johnson, a costumed worker dressed as a Captain America signs autographs for children during the annual White House Easter Egg Roll. Dating back to 1878, the Easter Egg Roll is a cherished springtime tradition in Washington, D.C., with children and their families gathering on the South Lawn to enjoy the annual festivities.