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  • Bo and Sunny Outside the China Room
    Matthew D'Agostino
    pets
    Ground Floor
    China Room
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken in the Ground Floor Corridor on July 1, 2015. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. In this photograph, Bo and Sunny, President Barack Obama's two dogs, welcome the first visitors and pose for photographs outside the China Room. The restriction was lifted by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Bo and Sunny Outside the China Room
    Matthew D'Agostino
    pets
    Ground Floor
    China Room
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken in the Ground Floor Corridor on July 1, 2015. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. In this photograph, Bo and Sunny, President Barack Obama's two dogs, welcome the first visitors and pose for photographs outside the China Room. The restriction was lifted by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Bo and Sunny Outside the China Room
    Matthew D'Agostino
    pets
    Ground Floor
    China Room
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken in the Ground Floor Corridor on July 1, 2015. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. In this photograph, Bo and Sunny, President Barack Obama's two dogs, welcome the first visitors and pose for photographs outside the China Room. The restriction was lifted by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Bo and Sunny Welcome White House Visitors
    Matthew D'Agostino
    tourists
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken in the East Garden Room on July 1, 2015. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. In this photograph, Bo and Sunny, President Barack Obama's two dogs, welcome those first visitors. The restriction was lifted by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Bo and Sunny Welcome White House Visitors
    Matthew D'Agostino
    tourists
    pets
    Ground Floor
    East Garden Room
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken in the East Garden Room on July 1, 2015. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. In this photograph, Bo and Sunny, President Barack Obama's two dogs, welcome those first visitors. The restriction was lifted by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Bo and Sunny Welcome White House Visitors
    Matthew D'Agostino
    tourists
    pets
    Ground Floor
    East Garden Room
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken in the East Garden Room on July 1, 2015. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. In this photograph, Bo and Sunny, President Barack Obama's two dogs, welcome those first visitors. The restriction was lifted by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Bo and Sunny Welcome White House Visitors
    Matthew D'Agostino
    tourists
    pets
    Ground Floor
    East Garden Room
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken in the East Garden Room on July 1, 2015. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. In this photograph, Bo and Sunny, President Barack Obama's two dogs, welcome those first visitors. The restriction was lifted by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Bo and Sunny Welcome White House Visitors
    Matthew D'Agostino
    tourists
    pets
    Ground Floor
    East Garden Room
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken in the East Garden Room on July 1, 2015. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. In this photograph, Bo and Sunny, President Barack Obama's two dogs, welcome those first visitors. The restriction was lifted by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Bo and Sunny Welcome White House Visitors
    Matthew D'Agostino
    tourists
    pets
    Ground Floor
    East Garden Room
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken in the East Garden Room on July 1, 2015. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. In this photograph, Bo and Sunny, President Barack Obama's two dogs, welcome those first visitors. The restriction was lifted by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Bo and Sunny Welcome White House Visitors
    Matthew D'Agostino
    tourists
    pets
    Ground Floor
    East Garden Room
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken in the East Garden Room on July 1, 2015. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. In this photograph, Bo and Sunny, President Barack Obama's two dogs, welcome those first visitors. The restriction was lifted by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Bo and Sunny Welcome White House Visitors
    Matthew D'Agostino
    tourists
    pets
    Ground Floor
    East Garden Room
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken in the East Garden Room on July 1, 2015. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. In this photograph, Bo and Sunny, President Barack Obama's two dogs, welcome those first visitors. The restriction was lifted by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Bo and Sunny Welcome White House Visitors
    Matthew D'Agostino
    tourists
    pets
    Ground Floor
    East Garden Room
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken in the East Garden Room on July 1, 2015. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. In this photograph, Bo and Sunny, President Barack Obama's two dogs, welcome those first visitors. The restriction was lifted by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Bo and Sunny Welcome White House Visitors
    Matthew D'Agostino
    tourists
    pets
    Ground Floor
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken in the Ground Floor Corridor on July 1, 2015. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. In this photograph, Bo and Sunny, President Barack Obama's two dogs, welcome the first visitors and pose for photographs outside the Library. The restriction was lifted by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Sunny Welcomes White House Visitors
    Matthew D'Agostino
    pets
    East Garden Room
    Ground Floor
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken in the East Garden Room on July 1, 2015. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. In this photograph, Sunny, one of President Barack Obama's two dogs, welcomes those first visitors. The restriction was lifted by President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Bo and Sunny Welcome White House Visitors
    Matthew D'Agostino
    tourists
    pets
    Ground Floor
    East Garden Room
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken on July 1, 2015. In this photograph, Bo and Sunny, President Barack Obama's dogs, welcome visitors in the East Garden Room. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. The restriction was lifted by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Bo and Sunny Welcome White House Visitors
    Matthew D'Agostino
    tourists
    pets
    Ground Floor
    East Garden Room
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken on July 1, 2015. In this photograph, Bo and Sunny, President Barack Obama's dogs, welcome visitors in the East Garden Room. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. The restriction was lifted by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Sunny Welcomes White House Visitors
    Matthew D'Agostino
    pets
    East Garden Room
    Ground Floor
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken in the East Garden Room on July 1, 2015. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. In this photograph, Sunny, one of President Barack Obama's two dogs, welcomes those first visitors. The restriction was lifted by President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Bo and Sunny Welcome White House Visitors
    Matthew D'Agostino
    tourists
    pets
    Ground Floor
    East Garden Room
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken in the East Garden Room on July 1, 2015. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. In this photograph, Bo and Sunny, President Barack Obama's two dogs, welcome those first visitors. The restriction was lifted by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Bo and Sunny Welcome White House Visitors
    Matthew D'Agostino
    pets
    Ground Floor
    East Garden Room
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken on July 1, 2015. In this photograph, Bo and Sunny, President Barack Obama's dogs, welcome visitors in the East Garden Room. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. The restriction was lifted by President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Sunny Welcomes White House Visitors
    Matthew D'Agostino
    pets
    East Garden Room
    Ground Floor
    This photograph by Matthew D'Agostino was taken on July 1, 2015. In this photograph, Sunny, one of President Barack Obama's dogs, welcome visitors in the East Garden Room. Visitors to the White House that day were the first following the lifting of a 40 year restriction on cameras and photography. The restriction was lifted by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama due to the emergence of cell phone cameras, advances in technology, and White House-related social media. The restriction had initially been enacted due to the severity of flash cameras on the priceless pieces of fine and decorative arts in the house.
  • Guests in the Yellow Oval Room
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    Head of State
    State Visit
    Yellow Oval Room
    Second Floor
    This is a photograph of distinguished guests and dignitaries gathered in the Yellow Oval Room prior to the State Dinner held in honor of Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi on March 28, 1966. Gandhi exchanged gifts with President Lyndon B. Johnson and First Lady Lady Bird Johnson during the small gathering.
  • Gift Exchange Ahead of Indian State Dinner
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    State Visit
    Head of State
    Yellow Oval Room
    Second Floor
    In this photograph President Lyndon B. Johnson and First Lady Lady Bird Johnson exchange gifts with Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi in the Yellow Oval Room just prior to a State Dinner held in her honor on March 28, 1966. Joining the group is Luci Baines Johnson, the president and first lady's youngest daughter.
  • Mrs. Johnson at Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    event
    This photograph was taken on First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's beautification tour of Milwaukee, Wisconsin on September 21, 1965. In this photograph, Mrs. Johnson speaks at the dedication of the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory. During her trip, she addressed the American Institute of Park Executives and toured the Boerner Botanical Gardens. Mrs. Johnson was an environmentalist who championed beautification projects across the country, culminating in the passing of the Highway Beautification Act of 1965.
  • Mrs. Johnson at Horticultural Conservatory Dedication
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    event
    This photograph was taken on First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's beautification tour of Milwaukee, Wisconsin on September 21, 1965. In this photograph, Mrs. Johnson attends the dedication of the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory. During her trip, she addressed the American Institute of Park Executives and toured the Boerner Botanical Gardens. Mrs. Johnson was an environmentalist who championed beautification projects across the country, culminating in the passing of the Highway Beautification Act of 1965.
  • Mrs. Johnson at Horticultural Conservatory Dedication
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    event
    This photograph was taken on First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's beautification tour of Milwaukee, Wisconsin on September 21, 1965. In this photograph, Mrs. Johnson attends the dedication of the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory. During her trip, she addressed the American Institute of Park Executives and toured the Boerner Botanical Gardens. Mrs. Johnson was an environmentalist who championed beautification projects across the country, culminating in the passing of the Highway Beautification Act of 1965.