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The White House in Snow

  • North Portico and North Lawn Covered in Snow
    Bruce White
    North View
    This photograph of the North Portico and north lawn fountain was taken by Bruce White for the White House Historical Association on January 18, 2016. The winter scene is complete with snow blanketing the lawn and Eisenhower Executive Office Building visible on the far right of the picture.
  • Statue of Andrew Jackson Blanketed in Snow
    Bruce White
    Lafayette Park
    North View
    This photograph of the equestrian statue of President Andrew Jackson in Lafayette Park covered in snow was taken by Bruce White for the White House Historical Association on March 2, 2009. In the background of the snowy scene is the White House and the Washington Monument.
  • North Portico and North Lawn Covered in Snow
    Bruce White
    North Portico
    This photograph of the North Portico was taken by Bruce White for the White House Historical Association on January 18, 2016. Snow blankets the lawn and footprints are visible in foreground.
  • President Kennedy Walks through Snow in Rose Garden
    Abbie Rowe
    Rose Garden
    South Grounds
    snow
    staff
    This photograph by Abbie Rowe of the National Park Service shows President John F. Kennedy walking through the Rose Garden on his way to board a helicopter to Middleburg, Virginia.
  • President Reagan Building a Snowman with Family
    Mary Ann Fackelman
    Rose Garden
    First Family
    children
    In this photograph taken in the Rose Garden on January 19, 1985, President Ronald Reagan builds a snowman with his grandson Cameron. Alongside of them, Michael Reagan, the president's son, plays in the snow with his daughter Ashley.
  • Barney in the Rose Garden During Snow Storm
    Unknown
    pets
    Rose Garden
    snow
    This photograph shows Barney, the Bush family's pet Scottish Terrier, playing in the snow in the Rose Garden.
  • Barney, Laura, and Spot Walking in Rose Garden Snow
    Susan Sterner
    Rose Garden
    pets
    This photograph by Susan Sterner shows First Lady Laura Bush walking with dogs Barney and Spot in the Rose Garden.
  • President George W. Bush Jogs on the South Drive in the Snow
    Eric Draper
    sports
    snow
    This photograph by Eric Draper shows President George W. Bush jogging in the snow.
  • Tree Swing in the Snow
    Unknown
    South View
    This is a photograph taken in 2002 of the tree swing in the south grounds of the White House. The swing was installed in late seventies and then removed in 2010.
  • White House North Portico at Night
    William Phillips
    snow
    north view
    This digital photograph by William Phillips shows the North Portico of the White House at night. A light coating of snow covers the lawn and shrubbery. It was taken during George W. Bush's presidency (2001-2009).
  • White House after Snowstorm - Conservatories
    Handy Studios
    White House
    west view
    snow
    This photograph of the west side of the White House after an epic snowstorm in the winter of 1900 also shows the conservatories. It was taken during William McKinley's presidency (1897-1901).
  • Birthday Card for the White House
    Adam Nagar
    White House
    north view
    snow
    This color photograph is of the north face of the White House at dusk. Snow covers the lawn, with the lights of the dormant fountain just visible through the snow.
  • Exterior of the White House with Christmas Decorations, Washington, D.C.
    Unknown
    snow
    north view
    This black and white photograph is a north view of the White House in the winter during Franklin D. Roosevelt's presidency (1933-1945).
  • White House South Portico in Snow
    William Phillips
    snow
    south view
    This digital photograph by William Phillips shows the South Portico in the snow. It was taken during George W. Bush's presidency (2001-2009).
  • Scarlet Oak and Horse Chestnut in Snow
    Erik Kvalsvik
    snow
    south view
    This photograph of two trees in the snow on the South Lawn was taken by Erik Kvalsvik circa 1996, during Bill Clinton's presidency (1993-2001). A scarlet oak appears on the left, a horse chestnut on the right, with the Washington Monument visible in the background.
  • White House South Portico in Snow
    William Phillips
    snow
    south view
    This digital photograph by William Phillips shows the South Portico of the White House. It was taken during Bill Clinton's presidency (1993-2001).
  • West Side of White House Snow Scene
    Unknown
    White House
    west view
    snow
    This photograph from the Northwest Drive of the White House also shows the conservatories on the west. It was taken during William McKinley's presidency (1897-1901).
  • North Portico in Winter
    Erik Kvalsvik
    snow
    north view
    This color photograph by Erik Kvalsvik shows the North Portico in the winter. It was taken during Bill Clinton's presidency (1993-2001).
  • White House North Portico in Snow
    William Phillips
    snow
    north view
    This color photograph is of the North Portico in February 2002, during the administration of President George W. Bush. Snow covers the North Lawn and the hedges.
  • North Portico at Night With Snow
    Unknown
    snow
    north view
    This black and white photograph shows the North Portico at night during the winter. It was taken during William H. Taft's presidency.
  • White House North Portico and Lafayette Square in Snow
    William Phillips
    Lafayette Park
    north view
    This photograph of the North Grounds of the White House from Lafayette Park was taken by William Phillips in 2002, during the George W. Bush administration. Clark Mills' equestrian statue honoring President Andrew Jackson appears in the foreground, and the Washington Monument can be seen in the distance.
  • White House, North Front in Winter
    Barnett McFee Clinedinst
    snow
    north view
    This black and white photograph by prominent Washington, D.C. photographer Barnett McFee Clinedinst shows a north view of the White House in the snow. It was taken during Franklin D. Roosevelt's presidency. Clinedinst opened a photography studio in the capital with his father, and went on to become the official White House photographer for Presidents Theodore Roosevelt, William H. Taft, and Woodrow Wilson.
  • White House South Portico in Snow
    William Phillips
    White House
    south view
    snow
    This digital photograph by William Phillips shows the South Portico of the White House. It was taken during Bill Clinton's presidency (1993-2001).