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  • Benazir Bhutto with Chef Mesnier in the White House kitchen
    Unknown
    food
    staff
    Head of State
    This is a photograph of White House Executive Pastry Chef Roland Mesnier showing Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto his collection pulled-sugar work on display in the White House Kitchen on April 11, 1995, during the Bill Clinton administration.
  • Chef Mesnier Pulls Raspberry Soufflés Out of the Oven
    Unknown
    Staff
    food
    Kitchen
    This is a photograph of White House Executive Chief Roland Mesnier pulling raspberry soufflés out the oven in the White House Kitchen. The raspberry soufflés were served during a State Dinner in honor of Queen Margrethe II and Prince Henrik of Denmark on February 20, 1991, during the George H. W. Bush administration.
  • Chef Louvat Bakes Christmas Cookies
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    holidays
    Christmas
    staff
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows White House pastry chef Ferdinand Louvat making Christmas cookies in the White House kitchen. Although the holiday season is often associated with the gingerbread houses created by the White House chefs, the busy season of entertaining often involves a wide array of sweets. These cookies were prepared for a children's holiday party.
  • Chef Louvat Bakes Christmas Cookies
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    holidays
    Christmas
    staff
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows White House pastry chef Ferdinand Louvat making Christmas cookies in the White House kitchen. Although the holiday season is often associated with the gingerbread houses created by the White House chefs, the busy season of entertaining often involves a wide array of sweets. These cookies were prepared for a children's holiday party.
  • Chef Louvat Bakes Christmas Cookies
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    holidays
    Christmas
    staff
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows White House pastry chef Ferdinand Louvat making Christmas cookies in the White House kitchen. Although the holiday season is often associated with the gingerbread houses created by the White House chefs, the busy season of entertaining often involves a wide array of sweets. These cookies were prepared for a children's holiday party.
  • Chef Louvat Bakes Christmas Cookies
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    holidays
    Christmas
    staff
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows White House pastry chef Ferdinand Louvat making Christmas cookies in the White House kitchen. Although the holiday season is often associated with the gingerbread houses created by the White House chefs, the busy season of entertaining often involves a wide array of sweets. These cookies were prepared for a children's holiday party.
  • Chef Louvat Bakes Christmas Cookies
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    holidays
    Christmas
    staff
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows White House pastry chef Ferdinand Louvat making Christmas cookies in the White House kitchen. Although the holiday season is often associated with the gingerbread houses created by the White House chefs, the busy season of entertaining often involves a wide array of sweets. These cookies were prepared for a children's holiday party.
  • Chef Louvat Bakes Christmas Cookies
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    holidays
    Christmas
    staff
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows White House pastry chef Ferdinand Louvat making Christmas cookies in the White House kitchen. Although the holiday season is often associated with the gingerbread houses created by the White House chefs, the busy season of entertaining often involves a wide array of sweets. These cookies were prepared for a children's holiday party.
  • Chef Louvat Bakes Christmas Cookies
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    holidays
    Christmas
    staff
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows White House pastry chef Ferdinand Louvat making Christmas cookies in the White House kitchen. Although the holiday season is often associated with the gingerbread houses created by the White House chefs, the busy season of entertaining often involves a wide array of sweets. These cookies were prepared for a children's holiday party.
  • Chef Louvat Bakes Christmas Cookies
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    holidays
    Christmas
    staff
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows White House pastry chef Ferdinand Louvat making Christmas cookies in the White House kitchen. Although the holiday season is often associated with the gingerbread houses created by the White House chefs, the busy season of entertaining often involves a wide array of sweets. These cookies were prepared for a children's holiday party.
  • Chef Louvat and Mary Kaltman Prepare Cookies
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    holidays
    Christmas
    staff
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows White House pastry chef Ferdinand Louvat making Christmas cookies in the White House kitchen, with food coordinator Mary Kaltman observing. Although the holiday season is often associated with the gingerbread houses created by the White House chefs, the busy season of entertaining often involves a wide array of sweets. These cookies were prepared for a children's holiday party.
  • Food Preparations Ahead of Erhard State Visit
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    staff
    celebration
    State Visit
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph shows an unknown White House kitchen staff member preparing food for German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard's state visit. Chancellor Erhard is most famous as the chief architect of Germany's post-World War II economic recovery. He served as economics minister from 1949 to 1963 and as chancellor from 1963 to 1966.
  • Food Preparations Ahead of Erhard State Visit
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    staff
    celebration
    State Visit
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph shows an unknown White House kitchen staff member preparing food for German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard's state visit. Chancellor Erhard is most famous as the chief architect of Germany's post-World War II economic recovery. He served as economics minister from 1949 to 1963 and as chancellor from 1963 to 1966.
  • Food Preparations Ahead of Erhard State Visit
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    staff
    celebration
    State Visit
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph shows an unknown White House kitchen staff member preparing food for German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard's state visit. Chancellor Erhard is most famous as the chief architect of Germany's post-World War II economic recovery. He served as economics minister from 1949 to 1963 and as chancellor from 1963 to 1966.
  • Food Preparations in the White House Kitchen
    James P. Blair
    staff
    glass
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph shows the main White House kitchen as the staff prepares for a large dinner. Executive Chef Henry Haller can be seen topping cakes with tomato slices along with White House food coordinator Mary Kaltman. This photograph was taken in May 1966, during the Lyndon B. Johnson administration.
  • Henry Haller and Mary Kaltman in the White House Kitchens
    James P. Blair
    staff
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph shows the main White House kitchen as the staff prepare to serve a large meal. Executive Chef Henry Haller can be seen topping cakes with tomato slices along with White House food coordinator Mary Kaltman. This photograph was taken in May 1966 during the Lyndon B. Johnson administration.
  • Food Preparations in the White House Kitchen
    James P. Blair
    staff
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph shows the main White House kitchen as the kitchen staff prepare to serve a large meal. Executive Chef Henry Haller (center left) can be seen topping cakes with tomato slices along with his colleagues, including Eserline Dewberry (center right). This photograph was taken in May 1966 during the Lyndon B. Johnson administration.
  • Henry Haller and Mary Kaltman in the White House Kitchens
    James P. Blair
    staff
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph shows the main White House kitchen as the staff prepare to serve a large meal. Executive Chef Henry Haller can be seen topping cakes with tomato slices along with White House food coordinator Mary Kaltman. This photograph was taken in May 1966 during the Lyndon B. Johnson administration.
  • Henry Haller and Mary Kaltman in the White House Kitchens
    James P. Blair
    staff
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph shows the main White House kitchen as the staff prepare to serve a large meal. Executive Chef Henry Haller can be seen topping cakes with tomato slices along with White House food coordinator Mary Kaltman. This photograph was taken in May 1966 during the Lyndon B. Johnson administration.
  • Food Preparations in the White House Kitchen
    James P. Blair
    staff
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph shows the main White House kitchen as the kitchen staff prepare to serve a large meal. Executive Chef Henry Haller can be seen topping cakes with tomato slices along with his colleagues and White House food coordinator Mary Kaltman. Standing from left to right are: Allina Price, Franklin Blair, unknown kitchen staffer, Haller, Eserline Dewberry, Kaltman, and Pastry Chef Ferdinand Louvat. This photograph was taken in May 1966 during the Lyndon B. Johnson administration.
  • Henry Haller and Mary Kaltman in the White House Kitchens
    James P. Blair
    staff
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph shows the main White House kitchen as the staff prepare to serve a large meal. Executive Chef Henry Haller can be seen topping cakes with tomato slices along with White House food coordinator Mary Kaltman. This photograph was taken in May 1966 during the Lyndon B. Johnson administration.
  • Food Preparations in the White House Kitchen
    James P. Blair
    staff
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph shows the main White House kitchen as the kitchen staff prepare to serve a large meal. Executive Chef Henry Haller can be seen topping cakes with tomato slices along with his colleagues and White House food coordinator Mary Kaltman. Standing from left to right are: Allina Price, Franklin Blair, unknown kitchen staffer, Haller, Eserline Dewberry, Kaltman, and Pastry Chef Ferdinand Louvat. This photograph was taken in May 1966 during the Lyndon B. Johnson administration.
  • Henry Haller and Mary Kaltman in the White House Kitchens
    James P. Blair
    staff
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph shows the main White House kitchen as the staff prepare to serve a large meal. Executive Chef Henry Haller can be seen topping cakes with tomato slices along with White House food coordinator Mary Kaltman. This photograph was taken in May 1966 during the Lyndon B. Johnson administration.
  • Henry Haller and Mary Kaltman in the White House Kitchens
    James P. Blair
    staff
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph shows the main White House kitchen as the staff prepare to serve a large meal. Executive Chef Henry Haller can be seen topping cakes with tomato slices along with White House food coordinator Mary Kaltman. This photograph was taken in May 1966 during the Lyndon B. Johnson administration.
  • Food Preparations in the White House Kitchen
    James P. Blair
    staff
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    This photograph shows the main White House kitchen as the kitchen staff prepare to serve a large meal. Executive Chef Henry Haller can be seen topping cakes with tomato slices along with his colleagues and White House food coordinator Mary Kaltman. Standing from left to right are: Allina Price, Franklin Blair, unknown kitchen staffer, Haller, Eserline Dewberry, Kaltman, and Pastry Chef Ferdinand Louvat. This photograph was taken in May 1966 during the Lyndon B. Johnson administration.