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  • Betty Monkman Leads a Tour of the Green Room
    Eric Draper
    staff
    inaugurations
    State Floor
    Residence staff
    Green Room
    tours
    In this photograph, taken by Eric Draper on January 21, 2001, White House Curator Betty Monkman leads a tour in the Green Room of the White House. The tour was held the day after George W. Bush was sworn-in as the 43rd President of the United States. Betty Monkman joined the White House Office of the Curator in 1967, and served there until her retirement in 2002. She became the sixth White House Curator upon the retirement of Rex Scouten in 1997. A regular contributor to the White House Historical Association's award-winning journal “White House History Quarterly,” Betty Monkman is also the author of the White House Historical Association publications “The White House: Its Historic Furnishings and First Families,” and “The Living White House.”
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    Red Room
    State Floor
    initiatives
    tours
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen showing the children a secretary desk in the Red Room. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    initiatives
    Entrance Hall
    State Floor
    tours
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen showing the children the Presidential Seal in the Entrance Hall. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    State Floor
    State Dining Room
    tours
    initiatives
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen showing the children a chair in the State Dining Room. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    Blue Room
    State Floor
    initiatives
    tours
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen speaking to the children next to G. P. A. Healy's official portrait of John Quincy Adams in the Blue Room. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    initiatives
    tours
    Entrance Hall
    State Floor
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen showing the children the Presidential Seal in the Entrance Hall. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    State Floor
    Blue Room
    tours
    initiatives
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen guiding the children in the Blue Room. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    tours
    initiatives
    State Floor
    Blue Room
    food & drink
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen speaking with the children as they enjoy refreshments in the Blue Room. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    tours
    initiatives
    State Floor
    Blue Room
    food & drink
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen speaking with the children as they enjoy refreshments in the Blue Room. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    State Floor
    State Dining Room
    tours
    initiatives
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen leading a tour of the State Dining Room. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    State Floor
    Blue Room
    staff
    Residence staff
    initiatives
    tours
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen leading the children on a tour of the Blue Room. In the background, butlers including Eugene C. Allen wait to serve the guests by a refreshment stand. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    tours
    initiatives
    State Floor
    Blue Room
    food & drink
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, joins the children for refreshments in the Blue Room. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    initiatives
    tours
    Blue Room
    State Floor
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen showing the children a light fixture in the Blue Room. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    tours
    initiatives
    State Floor
    Cross Hall
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen showing the children a flag featuring the Presidential Seal in the Cross Hall near the door of the Blue Room. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    State Floor
    State Dining Room
    tours
    initiatives
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen leading the children on a tour of the State Dining Room. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    tours
    initiatives
    State Floor
    Green Room
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen showing the children John Adam's silver tea and coffee urn in the Green Room. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    East Room
    State Floor
    initiatives
    tours
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen showing the children Gilbert Stuart's 1797 portrait of President George Washington in the East Room. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    tours
    initiatives
    State Floor
    State Dining Room
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen showing the children the mantel in the State Dining Room. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    State Floor
    State Dining Room
    tours
    initiatives
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen leading the children on a tour of the State Dining Room. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    Ground Floor
    Diplomatic Reception Room
    tours
    initiatives
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen leading the children on a tour of the Diplomatic Reception Room. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    East Room
    State Floor
    initiatives
    tours
    music
    instruments
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen showing the children a Steinway piano in the East Room. The grand piano was gifted to President Franklin D. Roosevelt at a ceremony on December 10, 1938 on behalf of the Steinway family. The 300,000th Steinway piano, it was built to replace another Steinway which had been given to the White House in 1903. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    tours
    initiatives
    State Floor
    Green Room
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen leading the children to a gilded bronze mantel clock in the Green Room. The case of the clock was made by Denière et Matelin of Paris. The figure standing beside the clock housing is Hannibal, the Carthaginian military commander and a famed war strategist of the ancient world. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    tours
    initiatives
    State Floor
    Green Room
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen showing the children John Adam's silver tea and coffee urn in the Green Room. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    State Floor
    East Room
    initiatives
    tours
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen leading the children on a tour of the East Room. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.
  • Julie Nixon Eisenhower Gives a White House Tour
    James P. Blair
    Ground Floor
    Diplomatic Reception Room
    tours
    initiatives
    In this photograph, taken by James P. Blair on July 18, 1969, Julie Nixon Eisenhower conducts a tour of the White House for sight impaired and partially blind children. Eisenhower, the daughter of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, is seen leading the children on a tour of the Diplomatic Reception Room. The tours were part of a series of accommodations and programs overseen by First Lady Pat Nixon to make the Executive Mansion as accessible to as many visitors as possible. This included the installation of outdoor lights, wheelchair ramps outside the East Wing and North Portico entrances, and tours like the garden tour of the White House Grounds and holiday Candlelight Tours.