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2019 Official White House Ornament: Press Album

  • Eisenhower Inspects the First Presidential Helicopter
    Warren K. Leffler
    transportation
    South Grounds
    South Lawn
    This black and white photograph by Warren Leffler is of President Dwight D. Eisenhower as he inspects the first presidential helicopter, a Bell UH-13J Sioux, on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds. Although presidents had used airplanes for travel for some time, helicopters were not adopted for use as presidential conveyance until Eisenhower's administration.
  • Eisenhower Prepares to Board Helicopter
    Unknown
    transportation
    South Grounds
    South Lawn
    This black and white photograph is of President Dwight D. Eisenhower posing next to the first presidential helicopter, a Bell UH-13J Sioux, on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds. Although presidents had used airplanes to travel for some time, helicopters were not adopted for use as presidential conveyance until Eisenhower's administration.
  • President Eisenhower Departs for Gettysburg
    Warren K. Leffler
    transportation
    South Grounds
    South Lawn
    This photograph by Warren K. Leffler, of the U.S. News and World Report, shows a helicopter carrying President Dwight D. Eisenhower leaving the White House for Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on May 20, 1958. The East Wing of the White House is visible in the background. President Eisenhower was the first president to use helicopters regularly for presidential transportation.
  • President Eisenhower Departs for Gettysburg
    Warren K. Leffler
    transportation
    This photography by Warren K. Leffler, of "U.S. News and World Report," shows a helicopter carrying President Dwight D. Eisenhower leaving the White House for Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on May 20, 1958. The White House can be seen in the reflection of the helicopter window. President Eisenhower was the first president to use helicopters regularly for presidential transportation.
  • Dwight D. Eisenhower
    James Anthony Wills
    portrait
    This oil on canvas portrait of President Dwight D. Eisenhower was painted by James Anthony Wills. Prior to being elected president, Eisenhower was supreme allied commander in Europe during World War II, the first military governor of the U.S.-occupied zone in Germany, president of Columbia University, and the supreme commander of NATO. He served as president from January 20, 1953 until January 20, 1961.
  • Eisenhower 1957 Christmas Card
    Abbie Rowe
    holidays
    Christmas
    This is a photograph of the Eisenhower's 1957 Christmas card, taken by National Park Service Photographer Abbie Rowe, in 1957. The message on the card reads "Seasons Greetings 1957, The President and Mrs. Eisenhower extend their best wishes for Christmas and the New Year." Rowe was a prolific photographer, providing extensive coverage of the presidency from the Franklin D. Roosevelt through the Lyndon B. Johnson administrations.
  • Eisenhower Christmas Photograph
    Department of State
    holidays
    Christmas
    First Family
    North Portico
    In this photograph, the Eisenhower family stand under the North Portico around Christmastime. President Dwight D. Eisenhower and First Lady Mamie Eisenhower stand with their son, daughter-in-law, and 4 grandchildren all holding presents. From left to right the adults are: President Eisenhower, Maj. John S. D. Eisenhower, Mrs. Eisenhower, and Barbara Thompson Eisenhower. The children are the President and First Lady's grandchildren. Left to right: Barbara Anne, age 9, Mary Jean, age 3, David, age 10, and Susan, almost 8 years old.
  • Eisenhower Christmas Photograph
    Department of State
    Christmas
    First Family
    North Portico
    In this photograph, the Eisenhower family stand under the North Portico around Christmastime. President Dwight D. Eisenhower and First Lady Mamie Eisenhower stand with their son, daughter-in-law, and 4 grandchildren holding presents. From left to right the adults are: President Eisenhower, Maj. John Eisenhower, Barbara Thompson Eisenhower, and Mrs. Eisenhower. The children are the President and First Lady's grandchildren, from left to right: Barbara Anne, age 9, Mary Jean, age 3, David, age 10, and Susan, almost 8 years old.
  • 1953 National Christmas Tree Lighting
    Abbie Rowe
    Christmas
    holidays
    Head of State
    In this photograph, National Park Service photographer Abbie Rowe captures President Dwight Eisenhower at the National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony taken December, 24, 1953. The National Tree lighting ceremony started in 1923 during the Coolidge administration and has become a treasured tradition in Washington, D.C. Rowe was a prolific photographer, providing extensive coverage of the presidency from the Franklin D. Roosevelt through the Lyndon B. Johnson administrations.
  • Eisenhower Family in Front of East Room Christmas Tree
    Abbie Rowe
    Christmas
    First Family
    East Room
    In this photograph, taken by Abbie Rowe of the National Park Service on December 25, 1955, the Eisenhower family sits in the East Room, in front of the White House Christmas Tree. From left to right are: David Eisenhower, Maj. John S. D. Eisenhower, First Lady Mamie Eisenhower, Susan Eisenhower (in front), President Dwight D. Eisenhower, Barbara Thompson Eisenhower, and Barbara Anne Eisenhower.
  • The Eisenhower Family Celebrates Christmas
    Abbie Rowe
    holidays
    Christmas
    First Family
    This black and white photograph by Abbie Rowe shows the extended Eisenhower family at Christmas in the White House in 1957. The adults, from left to right, are: First Lady Mamie Eisenhower, daughter-in-law Barbara Thompson Eisenhower, son Maj. John S. D. Eisenhower, and President Eisenhower. The children are all of the Eisenhower grandchildren: David, Mary Jean, Barbara Anne, and Susan.
  • President Eisenhower and Heidi
    Unknown
    pets
    This photograph shows President Dwight Eisenhower walking outside with his pet dog, Heidi, alongside him and behind a fence. Heidi, a Weimaraner breed, was a beloved family and national pet. She only lived at the White House for a short time before going to live on the Eisenhower farm in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, where she had puppies.
  • Mamie Eisenhower Portrait, Christmas
    Tina Hager
    holidays
    Christmas
    This is a photograph of Mamie Eisenhower's portrait, decorated for Christmas, taken on December 1, 2001 by Tina Hager. Under the portrait is a replica of Lyndon B. Johnson's ranch which is located along the Pedernales River near Johnson City, Texas.
  • President Truman Decorates General Eisenhower
    Abbie Rowe
    military
    ceremony
    This photograph by Abbie Rowe of the National Park Service shows President Harry Truman decorating General Dwight Eisenhower, Supreme Allied Commander in Europe and future president, with the Distinguished Service Medal. Gen. Eisenhower's wife and future first lady, Mamie Eisenhower, stands at the left.
  • Gen. Eisenhower and Eleanor Roosevelt Visit the Grave of FDR
    Unknown
    portrait
    This black and white photograph is of General Dwight D. Eisenhower and former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt in Hyde Park, New York. The military leader and future president had come to the Roosevelt home to pay his respects to the grave of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who died three months earlier.
  • 2019 Ornament
    White House Historical Association
    ornament
    retail
    The White House Historical Association’s 2019 Official White House Christmas Ornament honors Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th president of the United States. The design of the 2019 ornament follows President Eisenhower’s example of fairness: as the first president to regularly use a helicopter, he had two Executive Flight Detachments for his transport provided by flight crews of the United States Army and the United States Marine Corps. To demonstrate his impartiality, Eisenhower alternated between these helicopters and their respective military personnel. Likewise the 2019 ornament does not represent a single branch of the military. One side features the Presidential Seal, representing Eisenhower’s two terms as commander in chief of the Armed Forces. On the other is his five-star rank, honoring his military service as a general in the United States Army. The 39th Official White House Christmas Ornament is American-made by a veteran-owned company and continues the tradition of honoring U.S. presidents in sequential order. The sale of every ornament supports the Association’s mission to preserve, protect, and provide public access to the White House and educate the public on its history.
  • 2019 Ornament
    White House Historical Association
    ornament
    retail
    The White House Historical Association’s 2019 Official White House Christmas Ornament honors Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th president of the United States. The design of the 2019 ornament follows President Eisenhower’s example of fairness: as the first president to regularly use a helicopter, he had two Executive Flight Detachments for his transport provided by flight crews of the United States Army and the United States Marine Corps. To demonstrate his impartiality, Eisenhower alternated between these helicopters and their respective military personnel. Likewise the 2019 ornament does not represent a single branch of the military. One side features the Presidential Seal, representing Eisenhower’s two terms as commander in chief of the Armed Forces. On the other is his five-star rank, honoring his military service as a general in the United States Army. The 39th Official White House Christmas Ornament is American-made by a veteran-owned company and continues the tradition of honoring U.S. presidents in sequential order. The sale of every ornament supports the Association’s mission to preserve, protect, and provide public access to the White House and educate the public on its history.
  • 2019 Ornament
    White House Historical Association
    ornament
    retail
    The White House Historical Association’s 2019 Official White House Christmas Ornament honors Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th president of the United States. The design of the 2019 ornament follows President Eisenhower’s example of fairness: as the first president to regularly use a helicopter, he had two Executive Flight Detachments for his transport provided by flight crews of the United States Army and the United States Marine Corps. To demonstrate his impartiality, Eisenhower alternated between these helicopters and their respective military personnel. Likewise the 2019 ornament does not represent a single branch of the military. One side features the Presidential Seal, representing Eisenhower’s two terms as commander in chief of the Armed Forces. On the other is his five-star rank, honoring his military service as a general in the United States Army. The 39th Official White House Christmas Ornament is American-made by a veteran-owned company and continues the tradition of honoring U.S. presidents in sequential order. The sale of every ornament supports the Association’s mission to preserve, protect, and provide public access to the White House and educate the public on its history.
  • 2019 Ornament
    White House Historical Association
    ornament
    retail
    The White House Historical Association’s 2019 Official White House Christmas Ornament honors Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th president of the United States. The design of the 2019 ornament follows President Eisenhower’s example of fairness: as the first president to regularly use a helicopter, he had two Executive Flight Detachments for his transport provided by flight crews of the United States Army and the United States Marine Corps. To demonstrate his impartiality, Eisenhower alternated between these helicopters and their respective military personnel. Likewise the 2019 ornament does not represent a single branch of the military. One side features the Presidential Seal, representing Eisenhower’s two terms as commander in chief of the Armed Forces. On the other is his five-star rank, honoring his military service as a general in the United States Army. The 39th Official White House Christmas Ornament is American-made by a veteran-owned company and continues the tradition of honoring U.S. presidents in sequential order. The sale of every ornament supports the Association’s mission to preserve, protect, and provide public access to the White House and educate the public on its history.
  • 2019 Ornament
    White House Historical Association
    ornament
    retail
    The White House Historical Association’s 2019 Official White House Christmas Ornament honors Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th president of the United States. The design of the 2019 ornament follows President Eisenhower’s example of fairness: as the first president to regularly use a helicopter, he had two Executive Flight Detachments for his transport provided by flight crews of the United States Army and the United States Marine Corps. To demonstrate his impartiality, Eisenhower alternated between these helicopters and their respective military personnel. Likewise the 2019 ornament does not represent a single branch of the military. One side features the Presidential Seal, representing Eisenhower’s two terms as commander in chief of the Armed Forces. On the other is his five-star rank, honoring his military service as a general in the United States Army. The 39th Official White House Christmas Ornament is American-made by a veteran-owned company and continues the tradition of honoring U.S. presidents in sequential order. The sale of every ornament supports the Association’s mission to preserve, protect, and provide public access to the White House and educate the public on its history.
  • 2019 Ornament
    White House Historical Association
    ornament
    retail
    The White House Historical Association’s 2019 Official White House Christmas Ornament honors Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th president of the United States. The design of the 2019 ornament follows President Eisenhower’s example of fairness: as the first president to regularly use a helicopter, he had two Executive Flight Detachments for his transport provided by flight crews of the United States Army and the United States Marine Corps. To demonstrate his impartiality, Eisenhower alternated between these helicopters and their respective military personnel. Likewise the 2019 ornament does not represent a single branch of the military. One side features the Presidential Seal, representing Eisenhower’s two terms as commander in chief of the Armed Forces. On the other is his five-star rank, honoring his military service as a general in the United States Army. The 39th Official White House Christmas Ornament is American-made by a veteran-owned company and continues the tradition of honoring U.S. presidents in sequential order. The sale of every ornament supports the Association’s mission to preserve, protect, and provide public access to the White House and educate the public on its history.
  • 2019 Ornament
    White House Historical Association
    ornament
    retail
    The White House Historical Association’s 2019 Official White House Christmas Ornament honors Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th president of the United States. The design of the 2019 ornament follows President Eisenhower’s example of fairness: as the first president to regularly use a helicopter, he had two Executive Flight Detachments for his transport provided by flight crews of the United States Army and the United States Marine Corps. To demonstrate his impartiality, Eisenhower alternated between these helicopters and their respective military personnel. Likewise the 2019 ornament does not represent a single branch of the military. One side features the Presidential Seal, representing Eisenhower’s two terms as commander in chief of the Armed Forces. On the other is his five-star rank, honoring his military service as a general in the United States Army. The 39th Official White House Christmas Ornament is American-made by a veteran-owned company and continues the tradition of honoring U.S. presidents in sequential order. The sale of every ornament supports the Association’s mission to preserve, protect, and provide public access to the White House and educate the public on its history.
  • 2019 Ornament
    White House Historical Association
    ornament
    retail
    The White House Historical Association’s 2019 Official White House Christmas Ornament honors Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th president of the United States. The design of the 2019 ornament follows President Eisenhower’s example of fairness: as the first president to regularly use a helicopter, he had two Executive Flight Detachments for his transport provided by flight crews of the United States Army and the United States Marine Corps. To demonstrate his impartiality, Eisenhower alternated between these helicopters and their respective military personnel. Likewise the 2019 ornament does not represent a single branch of the military. One side features the Presidential Seal, representing Eisenhower’s two terms as commander in chief of the Armed Forces. On the other is his five-star rank, honoring his military service as a general in the United States Army. The 39th Official White House Christmas Ornament is American-made by a veteran-owned company and continues the tradition of honoring U.S. presidents in sequential order. The sale of every ornament supports the Association’s mission to preserve, protect, and provide public access to the White House and educate the public on its history.
  • 2019 Ornament
    White House Historical Association
    ornament
    retail
    The White House Historical Association’s 2019 Official White House Christmas Ornament honors Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th president of the United States. The design of the 2019 ornament follows President Eisenhower’s example of fairness: as the first president to regularly use a helicopter, he had two Executive Flight Detachments for his transport provided by flight crews of the United States Army and the United States Marine Corps. To demonstrate his impartiality, Eisenhower alternated between these helicopters and their respective military personnel. Likewise the 2019 ornament does not represent a single branch of the military. One side features the Presidential Seal, representing Eisenhower’s two terms as commander in chief of the Armed Forces. On the other is his five-star rank, honoring his military service as a general in the United States Army. The 39th Official White House Christmas Ornament is American-made by a veteran-owned company and continues the tradition of honoring U.S. presidents in sequential order. The sale of every ornament supports the Association’s mission to preserve, protect, and provide public access to the White House and educate the public on its history.
  • 2019 Ornament
    White House Historical Association
    ornament
    retail
    The White House Historical Association’s 2019 Official White House Christmas Ornament honors Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th president of the United States. The design of the 2019 ornament follows President Eisenhower’s example of fairness: as the first president to regularly use a helicopter, he had two Executive Flight Detachments for his transport provided by flight crews of the United States Army and the United States Marine Corps. To demonstrate his impartiality, Eisenhower alternated between these helicopters and their respective military personnel. Likewise the 2019 ornament does not represent a single branch of the military. One side features the Presidential Seal, representing Eisenhower’s two terms as commander in chief of the Armed Forces. On the other is his five-star rank, honoring his military service as a general in the United States Army. The 39th Official White House Christmas Ornament is American-made by a veteran-owned company and continues the tradition of honoring U.S. presidents in sequential order. The sale of every ornament supports the Association’s mission to preserve, protect, and provide public access to the White House and educate the public on its history.