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  • President Nixon with Cabinet Members
    Oliver F. Atkins
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of President Richard M. Nixon with his cabinet members was taken in the Cabinet Room on March 26, 1971. At the head of the table sits newly appointed ambassador to the United Nations and future president George H. W. Bush.
  • President Obama with Advisors in the Map Room
    Pete Souza
    Map Room
    Second Floor
    This photograph is of President Barack Obama working on his address to the nation regarding Syria, in the Map Room of the White House, on September 10, 2013. Seated from right are: director of speechwriting Cody Keenan; Ben Rhodes, deputy national security advisor for strategic communications; senior advisor Dan Pfeiffer; director of speechwriting Jon Favreau; President Obama; and an unidentified man.
  • Mrs. Johnson Dedicates Fort Davis National Historic Site
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Lady visit
    This photograph is from First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's trip to Texas, where she dedicated Fort Davis National Historic Site on April 4, 1966. During her visit Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America, promote the pride and well-being of its citizens, and conserve natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also enjoyed numerous musical performances and visits to Big Bend National Park and Johnson City.
  • Dedication of Fort Davis National Historic Site
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Lady visit
    This photograph is from First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. In this photograph, a young scout, likely a Brownie from the Girl Scouts, is seen at Mrs. Johnson's dedication of Fort Davis National Historic Site on April 4th. During her visit Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America, promote the pride and well-being of its citizens, and conserve natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also enjoyed numerous musical performances and visits to Big Bend National Park and Johnson City.
  • Mrs. Johnson Watches Dancers Perform on Texas Trip
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Lady visit
    This photograph is from First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. Mrs. Johnson, in green, can be seen at the front of a group of spectators watching dancers perform. During her visit Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America, promote the pride and well-being of its citizens, and conserve natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated a historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visits to Big Bend National Park, Fort Davis, and Johnson City.
  • Photographer on Mrs. Johnson's Texas Trip
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Lady visit
    This photograph is from First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. The photograph captures an unknown photographer documenting the Texas landscape. During her visit Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America, promote the pride and well-being of its citizens, and conserve natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated a historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visits to Big Bend National Park, Fort Davis, and Johnson City.
  • Performers from Mrs. Johnson's Visit to Texas
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Lady visit
    This photograph is from First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. The men seen here performed for Mrs. Johnson at an evening concert along the San Antonio River on April 1st. During her visit Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America, promote the pride and well-being of its citizens, and conserve natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated a historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visits to Big Bend National Park, Fort Davis, and Johnson City.
  • Lady Bird Johnson Visits Texas, April 1966
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Lady visit
    This photograph is of First Lady Lady Bird Johnson watching a performance held in her honor along the San Antonio River on April 1, 1966. Mrs. Johnson watched the performance from a barge, visible at the bottom center of this photograph. During her April 1966 visit to Texas, Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America, promote the pride and well-being of its citizens, and conserve natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated a historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visits to Big Bend National Park, Fort Davis, and Johnson City.
  • Trumeau, White House Collection
    Unknown
    mirror
    Second Floor
    Queen's Bedroom
    painting
    This trumeau, a mirror and painting framed together, was presented to President Harry S. Truman and First Lady Elizabeth "Bess" Truman by Queen Elizabeth II, then Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh, on behalf of her father, King George VI of Great Britain, during her visit to Washington in 1951. This trumeau features a still life of flowers and fruit and a three part mirror with a gilded frame. This trumeau has historically hung above the mantel in the Queens' Bedroom. The trumeau was photographed in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Trumeau, White House Collection
    Unknown
    mirror
    Second Floor
    Queen's Bedroom
    painting
    This trumeau, a mirror and painting framed together, was presented to President Harry S. Truman and First Lady Elizabeth "Bess" Truman by Queen Elizabeth II, then Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh, on behalf of her father, King George VI of Great Britain, during her visit to Washington in 1951. This trumeau features a still life of flowers and fruit and a three part mirror with a gilded frame. This trumeau has historically hung above the mantel in the Queens' Bedroom. The trumeau was photographed in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Trumeau, White House Collection
    Unknown
    mirror
    Second Floor
    Queen's Bedroom
    painting
    This trumeau, a mirror and painting framed together, was presented to President Harry S. Truman and First Lady Elizabeth "Bess" Truman by Queen Elizabeth II, then Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh, on behalf of her father, King George VI of Great Britain, during her visit to Washington in 1951. This trumeau features a still life of flowers and fruit and a three part mirror with a gilded frame. This trumeau has historically hung above the mantel in the Queens' Bedroom. The trumeau was photographed in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Trumeau, White House Collection
    Unknown
    mirror
    Second Floor
    Queen's Bedroom
    painting
    This trumeau, a mirror and painting framed together, was presented to President Harry S. Truman and First Lady Elizabeth "Bess" Truman by Queen Elizabeth II, then Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh, on behalf of her father, King George VI of Great Britain, during her visit to Washington in 1951. This trumeau features a still life of flowers and fruit and a three part mirror with a gilded frame. This trumeau has historically hung above the mantel in the Queens' Bedroom. The trumeau was photographed in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Queens' Bedroom, Kennedy Administration
    George F. Mobley
    Bates Littlehales
    Queen's Bedroom
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the Queens' Bedroom, called the Rose Guest Room during the John F. Kennedy administration, was taken in April 1962. The Queens' Bedroom is named for the royal guests that have stayed there in the White House, including five queens: Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, Queen Wilhelmina and Queen Juliana of the Netherlands, and Queen Frederika of Greece. The room is decorated in shades of pink, white, and rose and furniture from the Federal period. The bed in the center of the room may have been purchased during the Andrew Jackson administration.
  • Trumeau, White House Collection
    Unknown
    mirror
    Second Floor
    Queen's Bedroom
    painting
    This trumeau, a mirror and painting framed together, was presented to President Harry S. Truman and First Lady Elizabeth "Bess" Truman by Queen Elizabeth II, then Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh, on behalf of her father, King George VI of Great Britain, during her visit to Washington in 1951. This trumeau features a still life of flowers and fruit and a three part mirror with a gilded frame. This trumeau has historically hung above the mantel in the Queens' Bedroom. The trumeau was photographed in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Sideboard in the President's Dining Room
    George F. Mobley
    President's Dining Room
    silver
    table
    Second Floor
    This photograph is of a sideboard in the President's Dining Room decorated with pieces of silver. The mahogany sideboard is believed to be the work of cabinetmaker John Shaw of Annapolis, Maryland. Behind the sideboard is a scene from the panoramic wallpaper entitled "Views of the American War of Independence" by Jean Zuber et Cie which features events from the American Revolution against the backdrop of natural landmarks. George F. Mobley took this photograph in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Sideboard in the President's Dining Room
    George F. Mobley
    President's Dining Room
    silver
    table
    Second Floor
    This photograph is of a sideboard in the President's Dining Room decorated with pieces of silver. The mahogany sideboard is believed to be the work of cabinetmaker John Shaw of Annapolis, Maryland. Behind the sideboard is a scene from the panoramic wallpaper entitled "Views of the American War of Independence" by Jean Zuber et Cie which features events from the American Revolution against the backdrop of natural landmarks. George F. Mobley took this photograph in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Red Room, Kennedy Administration
    George F. Mobley
    Red Room
    State Floor
    This photograph is of the Red Room as it was during the John F. Kennedy administration in April 1962. The walls are decorated with several paintings including portraits of President Woodrow Wilson, Alexander Hamilton, and the landscape, Cannonading on the Potomac, October, 1861. The Red Room is located on the State Floor of the Executive Mansion. The room was first decorated with red fabrics during the Polk administration in 1845. The space is often filled with furnishings in the American “Empire” or “Grecian” style. The parlor has been used for intimate receptions, teas, and meetings.
  • Sideboard in the President's Dining Room
    George F. Mobley
    President's Dining Room
    silver
    table
    Second Floor
    This photograph is of a sideboard in the President's Dining Room decorated with pieces of silver. The mahogany sideboard is believed to be the work of cabinetmaker John Shaw of Annapolis, Maryland. Behind the sideboard is a scene from the panoramic wallpaper entitled "Views of the American War of Independence" by Jean Zuber et Cie which features events from the American Revolution against the backdrop of natural landmarks. George F. Mobley took this photograph in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Sideboard in the President's Dining Room
    George F. Mobley
    Bates Littlehales
    table
    silver
    President's Dining Room
    Second Floor
    This photograph is of a sideboard in the President's Dining Room decorated with pieces of silver. The mahogany sideboard is believed to be the work of cabinetmaker John Shaw of Annapolis, Maryland. Behind the sideboard is a scene from the panoramic wallpaper entitled "Views of the American War of Independence" by Jean Zuber et Cie which features events from the American Revolution against the backdrop of natural landmarks. This photograph was taken in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Family Dining Room, Kennedy Administration
    Bates Littlehales
    George F. Mobley
    Family Dining Room
    This photograph of the Old Family Dining Room was taken in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration. From around 1825 to 1962, presidents and their families traditionally dined in the Old Family Dining Room. In 1962 with the addition of a new private family dining room on the Second Floor of the White House, the room was repurposed for small official dinners, working lunches, and also serves as a staging area for state dinners. Located on the State Floor of the White House, the room features architectural details such as elegant plaster work and vaulted ceilings.
  • Fireplace in the Old Family Dining Room
    George F. Mobley
    Bates Littlehales
    mantel
    gilded bronze
    clock
    Family Dining Room
    State Floor
    This photograph of the fireplace in the Old Family Dining Room was taken in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration. Jean-Baptiste Dubuc's gilded bronze clock featuring George Washington is displayed on the mantel. From around 1825 to 1962, presidents and their families traditionally dined in the Old Family Dining Room. In 1962, with the addition of a new private family dining room on the Second Floor of the White House, the room was repurposed for small official dinners, working lunches, and also serves as a staging area for state dinners. Located on the State Floor of the White House, the room features architectural details such as elegant plaster work and vaulted ceilings.
  • Fireplace in the Old Family Dining Room
    George F. Mobley
    Bates Littlehales
    mantel
    gilded bronze
    clock
    Family Dining Room
    State Floor
    This photograph of the fireplace in the Old Family Dining Room was taken in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration. Jean-Baptiste Dubuc's gilded bronze clock featuring George Washington is displayed on the mantel. From around 1825 to 1962, presidents and their families traditionally dined in the Old Family Dining Room. In 1962, with the addition of a new private family dining room on the Second Floor of the White House, the room was repurposed for small official dinners, working lunches, and also serves as a staging area for state dinners. Located on the State Floor of the White House, the room features architectural details such as elegant plaster work and vaulted ceilings.
  • Fireplace in the Old Family Dining Room
    George F. Mobley
    Bates Littlehales
    mantel
    gilded bronze
    clock
    Family Dining Room
    State Floor
    This photograph of the fireplace in the Old Family Dining Room was taken in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration. Jean-Baptiste Dubuc's gilded bronze clock featuring George Washington is displayed on the mantel. From around 1825 to 1962, presidents and their families traditionally dined in the Old Family Dining Room. In 1962, with the addition of a new private family dining room on the Second Floor of the White House, the room was repurposed for small official dinners, working lunches, and also serves as a staging area for state dinners. Located on the State Floor of the White House, the room features architectural details such as elegant plaster work and vaulted ceilings.
  • Family Dining Room, Kennedy Administration
    Bates Littlehales
    George F. Mobley
    Family Dining Room
    This photograph of the Old Family Dining Room was taken in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration. From around 1825 to 1962, presidents and their families traditionally dined in the Old Family Dining Room. In 1962 with the addition of a new private family dining room on the Second Floor of the White House, the room was repurposed for small official dinners, working lunches, and also serves as a staging area for state dinners. Located on the State Floor of the White House, the room features architectural details such as elegant plaster work and vaulted ceilings.
  • Irvin Williams Weeds on the South Lawn
    James P. Blair
    staff
    South Lawn
    South Grounds
    In this photograph Head Gardener Irvin Williams weeds the South Lawn. In 1961 the Kennedys selected Williams to assist in the installation of the new Rose Garden. Williams would later be promoted to Superintendent of the Grounds and go on to serve eight more presidents before retiring in 2008. James P. Blair took this photograph in April 1966, during the Lyndon B. Johnson administration.