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  • Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Year Conservation Ceremony
    National Park Service
    ceremonies
    South Lawn
    South Grounds
    Cabinet
    tree plantings
    This photograph was taken on May 8, 1958, during a ceremony held on the White House South Grounds to commemorate the centennial of President Theodore Roosevelt's birth and his dedication to environmental conservation. As part of the ceremony, President Dwight D. Eisenhower planted an oak tree to replace a tree planted by President Roosevelt in 1904. Roosevelt's oak tree had been south of the East Wing, but in 1956 it was toppled by a storm. Among those present at the ceremony were chief of staff Sherman Adams, Secretary of Agriculture Erza T. Benson, and Secretary of the Interior Fred A. Seaton.
  • Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Year Conservation Ceremony
    National Park Service
    South Grounds
    South Lawn
    tree plantings
    ceremonies
    In this photograph, taken on May 8, 1958, President Dwight D. Eisenhower plants an oak tree during a ceremony held on the White House South Grounds to commemorate the centennial of President Theodore Roosevelt's birth and his dedication to environmental conservation. As part of the ceremony, President Dwight D. Eisenhower planted an oak tree to replace a tree planted by President Roosevelt in 1904. Roosevelt's oak tree had been south of the East Wing, but in 1956 it was toppled by a storm. Among those present at the ceremony were chief of staff Sherman Adams, Secretary of Agriculture Erza T. Benson, and Secretary of the Interior Fred A. Seaton.
  • Queen Elizabeth II and President Bush Plant Little-Leaf Linden Tree
    Joseph H. Bailey
    tree planting
    State Visit
    Head of State
    South Grounds
    South Lawn
    ceremony
    This photograph of President H. W. Bush delivering a speech during a tree planting ceremony was taken by Joseph H. Bailey on May 14, 1991. At the ceremony, President Bush and Queen Elizabeth the II of Great Britain planted a little-leaf linden tree on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds to replace one that was felled by a storm. The original was planted in 1937 in order to honor the ascension of King George VI, Queen Elizabeth's father, to the throne. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and First Lady Barbara Bush were also present at the ceremony. The Bushes honored Queen Elizabeth with an Arrival Ceremony earlier in the day and a State Dinner in the evening. Queen Elizabeth's visit was the start of a 13 day tour of the United States.
  • Queen Elizabeth II and President Bush Plant Little-Leaf Linden Tree
    Joseph H. Bailey
    tree planting
    State Visit
    Head of State
    South Grounds
    South Lawn
    ceremony
    This photograph of President H. W. Bush delivering a speech during a tree planting ceremony was taken by Joseph H. Bailey on May 14, 1991. At the ceremony, President Bush and Queen Elizabeth the II of Great Britain planted a little-leaf linden tree on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds to replace one that was felled by a storm. The original was planted in 1937 in order to honor the ascension of King George VI, Queen Elizabeth's father, to the throne. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and First Lady Barbara Bush were also present at the ceremony. The Bushes honored Queen Elizabeth with an Arrival Ceremony earlier in the day and a State Dinner in the evening. Queen Elizabeth's visit was the start of a 13 day tour of the United States.
  • Queen Elizabeth II and President Bush Plant Little-Leaf Linden Tree
    Joseph H. Bailey
    tree planting
    State Visit
    Head of State
    South Grounds
    South Lawn
    ceremony
    This photograph captures Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain as she and President George H. W. Bush plant a little-leaf linden tree on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds on May 14, 1991. The tree replaced one that was felled by a storm and was originally planted in 1937 in order to honor the ascension of King George VI, Queen Elizabeth's father, to the throne. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and First Lady Barbara Bush were also present at the ceremony. The Bushes honored Queen Elizabeth an arrival ceremony earlier in the day and a State Dinner in the evening. Queen Elizabeth's visit was the start of a 13 day tour of the United States.
  • Queen Elizabeth II and President Bush Plant Little-Leaf Linden Tree
    Joseph H. Bailey
    tree planting
    State Visit
    Head of State
    South Grounds
    South Lawn
    ceremony
    This photograph of President H. W. Bush delivering a speech during a tree planting ceremony was taken by Joseph H. Bailey on May 14, 1991. At the ceremony, President Bush and Queen Elizabeth the II of Great Britain planted a little-leaf linden tree on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds to replace one that was felled by a storm. The original was planted in 1937 in order to honor the ascension of King George VI, Queen Elizabeth's father, to the throne. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and First Lady Barbara Bush were also present at the ceremony. The Bushes honored Queen Elizabeth with an Arrival Ceremony earlier in the day and a State Dinner in the evening. Queen Elizabeth's visit was the start of a 13 day tour of the United States.
  • Queen Elizabeth II and President Bush Plant Little-Leaf Linden Tree
    Joseph H. Bailey
    tree planting
    State Visit
    Head of State
    South Grounds
    South Lawn
    ceremony
    This photograph captures Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain as she and President George H. W. Bush plant a little-leaf linden tree on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds on May 14, 1991. The tree replaced one that was felled by a storm and was originally planted in 1937 in order to honor the ascension of King George VI, Queen Elizabeth's father, to the throne. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and First Lady Barbara Bush were also present at the ceremony. The Bushes honored Queen Elizabeth an arrival ceremony earlier in the day and a State Dinner in the evening. Queen Elizabeth's visit was the start of a 13 day tour of the United States.
  • Queen Elizabeth II and President Bush Plant Little-Leaf Linden Tree
    Joseph H. Bailey
    tree planting
    State Visit
    Head of State
    South Grounds
    South Lawn
    ceremony
    This photograph of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain and President George H. W. Bush shaking hands after planting a little-leaf linden tree on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds was taken on May 14, 1991. The original tree, which was felled by a storm, was planted in 1937 in order to honor the ascension of King George VI, Queen Elizabeth's father, to the throne. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and First Lady Barbara Bush were also present at the ceremony. The Bushes honored Queen Elizabeth an Arrival Ceremony earlier in the day and a State Dinner in the evening. Queen Elizabeth's visit was the start of a 13 day tour of the United States.
  • Queen Elizabeth II and President Bush Plant Little-Leaf Linden Tree
    Joseph H. Bailey
    tree planting
    State Visit
    Head of State
    South Grounds
    South Lawn
    ceremony
    This photograph captures Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain as she and President George H. W. Bush plant a little-leaf linden tree on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds on May 14, 1991. The tree replaced one that was felled by a storm and was originally planted in 1937 in order to honor the ascension of King George VI, Queen Elizabeth's father, to the throne. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and First Lady Barbara Bush were also present at the ceremony. The Bushes honored Queen Elizabeth an arrival ceremony earlier in the day and a State Dinner in the evening. Queen Elizabeth's visit was the start of a 13 day tour of the United States.
  • Queen Elizabeth II and President Bush Plant Little-Leaf Linden Tree
    Joseph H. Bailey
    tree planting
    State Visit
    Head of State
    South Grounds
    South Lawn
    ceremony
    This photograph captures Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain as she and President George H. W. Bush plant a little-leaf linden tree on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds on May 14, 1991. The tree replaced one that was felled by a storm and was originally planted in 1937 in order to honor the ascension of King George VI, Queen Elizabeth's father, to the throne. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and First Lady Barbara Bush were also present at the ceremony. The Bushes honored Queen Elizabeth an arrival ceremony earlier in the day and a State Dinner in the evening. Queen Elizabeth's visit was the start of a 13 day tour of the United States.
  • Queen Elizabeth II and President Bush Plant Little-Leaf Linden Tree
    Joseph H. Bailey
    tree planting
    State Visit
    Head of State
    South Grounds
    South Lawn
    ceremony
    This photograph of President H. W. Bush delivering a speech during a tree planting ceremony was taken by Joseph H. Bailey on May 14, 1991. At the ceremony, President Bush and Queen Elizabeth the II of Great Britain planted a little-leaf linden tree on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds to replace one that was felled by a storm. The original was planted in 1937 in order to honor the ascension of King George VI, Queen Elizabeth's father, to the throne. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and First Lady Barbara Bush were also present at the ceremony. The Bushes honored Queen Elizabeth with an Arrival Ceremony earlier in the day and a State Dinner in the evening. Queen Elizabeth's visit was the start of a 13 day tour of the United States.
  • Queen Elizabeth II and President Bush Plant Little-Leaf Linden Tree
    Joseph H. Bailey
    tree planting
    State Visit
    Head of State
    South Grounds
    South Lawn
    ceremony
    This photograph captures Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain and President George H. W. Bush near the little-leaf linden tree they planted together on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds on May 14, 1991. The tree replaced the one that was felled by a storm. The original was planted in 1937 in order to honor the ascension of King George VI, Queen Elizabeth's father, to the throne. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and First Lady Barbara Bush were also present at the ceremony. The Bushes honored Queen Elizabeth an Arrival Ceremony earlier in the day and a State Dinner in the evening. Queen Elizabeth's visit was the start of a 13 day tour of the United States.
  • Queen Elizabeth II and President Bush Plant Little-Leaf Linden Tree
    Joseph H. Bailey
    tree planting
    State Visit
    Head of State
    South Grounds
    South Lawn
    ceremony
    This photograph captures Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain and President George H. W. Bush near the little-leaf linden tree they planted together on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds on May 14, 1991. The tree replaced the one that was felled by a storm. The original was planted in 1937 in order to honor the ascension of King George VI, Queen Elizabeth's father, to the throne. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and First Lady Barbara Bush were also present at the ceremony. The Bushes honored Queen Elizabeth an Arrival Ceremony earlier in the day and a State Dinner in the evening. Queen Elizabeth's visit was the start of a 13 day tour of the United States.
  • Planting of the Queen Elizabeth II Little-Leaf Linden Tree
    Joseph H. Bailey
    tree planting
    State Visit
    Head of State
    South Grounds
    South Lawn
    press
    This photograph of press gathered at the little-leaf linden tree planting ceremony was taken by Joseph H. Bailey on May 14, 1991. The tree was planted by Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain and President George H. W. Bush on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds to replace one that was felled by a storm. The original was planted in 1937 in order to honor the ascension of King George VI, Queen Elizabeth's father, to the throne. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and First Lady Barbara Bush were also present at the ceremony. The Bushes honored Queen Elizabeth with an Arrival Ceremony earlier in the day and a State Dinner in the evening. Queen Elizabeth's visit was the start of a 13 day tour of the United States.
  • Queen Elizabeth II and President Bush Plant Little-Leaf Linden Tree
    Joseph H. Bailey
    tree planting
    State Visit
    Head of State
    South Grounds
    South Lawn
    ceremony
    This photograph captures Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain and President George H. W. Bush near the little-leaf linden tree they planted together on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds on May 14, 1991. The tree replaced the one that was felled by a storm. The original was planted in 1937 in order to honor the ascension of King George VI, Queen Elizabeth's father, to the throne. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and First Lady Barbara Bush were also present at the ceremony. The Bushes honored Queen Elizabeth an Arrival Ceremony earlier in the day and a State Dinner in the evening. Queen Elizabeth's visit was the start of a 13 day tour of the United States.
  • Planting of the Queen Elizabeth II Little-Leaf Linden Tree
    Joseph H. Bailey
    tree planting
    State Visit
    South Lawn
    South Grounds
    Head of State
    press
    This photograph of press gathered at the little-leaf linden tree planting ceremony was taken by Joseph H. Bailey on May 14, 1991. The tree was planted by Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain and President George H. W. Bush on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds to replace one that was felled by a storm. The original was planted in 1937 in order to honor the ascension of King George VI, Queen Elizabeth's father, to the throne. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and First Lady Barbara Bush were also present at the ceremony. The Bushes honored Queen Elizabeth with an Arrival Ceremony earlier in the day and a State Dinner in the evening. Queen Elizabeth's visit was the start of a 13 day tour of the United States.
  • Mrs. Trump Plants Oak with Presidential Descendants
    Matthew D'Agostino
    ceremony
    South Lawn
    South Grounds
    First Family
    tree planting
    This photograph of First Lady Melania Trump was taken by Matthew D'Agostino at a tree planting ceremony on August 27, 2018. Mrs. Trump was on hand that day to plant a tree on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds along with a small group of presidential descendants in attendance. Two descendants asked to plant the sapling with Trump were Mary Jean Eisenhower, granddaughter of President Dwight D. Eisenhower and First Lady Mamie Eisenhower, and Richard Emory Gatchell, Jr., a 5th generation descendant of President James Monroe. The two descendants were symbolic participants: the sapling planted came from the Eisenhower oak tree near the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden and 2018 marked the 200th anniversary of President Monroe's return to the White House following the burning of the White House. The White House was burned by British forces in 1814, during the War of 1812. The gathering of presidential descendants at the White House was part of the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and was held in Washington, D.C. from August 27-30.
  • Mrs. Trump Plants Oak with Presidential Descendants
    Matthew D'Agostino
    ceremony
    South Lawn
    South Grounds
    First Family
    tree planting
    This photograph of First Lady Melania Trump was taken by Matthew D'Agostino at a tree planting ceremony on August 27, 2018. Mrs. Trump was on hand that day to plant a tree on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds along with a small group of presidential descendants in attendance. Two descendants asked to plant the sapling with Trump were Mary Jean Eisenhower, granddaughter of President Dwight D. Eisenhower and First Lady Mamie Eisenhower, and Richard Emory Gatchell, Jr., a 5th generation descendant of President James Monroe. The two descendants were symbolic participants: the sapling planted came from the Eisenhower oak tree near the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden and 2018 marked the 200th anniversary of President Monroe's return to the White House following the burning of the White House. The White House was burned by British forces in 1814, during the War of 1812. The gathering of presidential descendants at the White House was part of the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and was held in Washington, D.C. from August 27-30.
  • Mrs. Trump Plants Oak with Presidential Descendants
    Matthew D'Agostino
    ceremony
    South Lawn
    South Grounds
    First Family
    tree planting
    This photograph of First Lady Melania Trump was taken by Matthew D'Agostino at a tree planting ceremony on August 27, 2018. Mrs. Trump was on hand that day to plant a tree on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds along with a small group of presidential descendants in attendance. Two descendants asked to plant the sapling with Trump were Mary Jean Eisenhower, granddaughter of President Dwight D. Eisenhower and First Lady Mamie Eisenhower, and Richard Emory Gatchell, Jr., a 5th generation descendant of President James Monroe. The two descendants were symbolic participants: the sapling planted came from the Eisenhower oak tree near the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden and 2018 marked the 200th anniversary of President Monroe's return to the White House following the burning of the White House. The White House was burned by British forces in 1814, during the War of 1812. The gathering of presidential descendants at the White House was part of the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and was held in Washington, D.C. from August 27-30.
  • Mrs. Trump Plants Oak with Presidential Descendants
    Matthew D'Agostino
    ceremony
    South Lawn
    South Grounds
    First Family
    tree planting
    This photograph of First Lady Melania Trump was taken by Matthew D'Agostino at a tree planting ceremony on August 27, 2018. Mrs. Trump was on hand that day to plant a tree on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds along with a small group of presidential descendants in attendance. Two descendants asked to plant the sapling with Trump were Mary Jean Eisenhower, granddaughter of President Dwight D. Eisenhower and First Lady Mamie Eisenhower, and Richard Emory Gatchell, Jr., a 5th generation descendant of President James Monroe. The two descendants were symbolic participants: the sapling planted came from the Eisenhower oak tree near the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden and 2018 marked the 200th anniversary of President Monroe's return to the White House following the burning of the White House. The White House was burned by British forces in 1814, during the War of 1812. The gathering of presidential descendants at the White House was part of the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and was held in Washington, D.C. from August 27-30.
  • Mrs. Trump Plants Oak with Presidential Descendants
    Matthew D'Agostino
    ceremony
    South Lawn
    South Grounds
    First Family
    tree planting
    This photograph of First Lady Melania Trump was taken by Matthew D'Agostino at a tree planting ceremony on August 27, 2018. Mrs. Trump was on hand that day to plant a tree on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds along with a small group of presidential descendants in attendance. Two descendants asked to plant the sapling with Trump were Mary Jean Eisenhower, granddaughter of President Dwight D. Eisenhower and First Lady Mamie Eisenhower, and Richard Emory Gatchell, Jr., a 5th generation descendant of President James Monroe. The two descendants were symbolic participants: the sapling planted came from the Eisenhower oak tree near the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden and 2018 marked the 200th anniversary of President Monroe's return to the White House following the burning of the White House. The White House was burned by British forces in 1814, during the War of 1812. The gathering of presidential descendants at the White House was part of the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and was held in Washington, D.C. from August 27-30.
  • Mrs. Trump Plants Oak with Presidential Descendants
    Matthew D'Agostino
    ceremony
    South Lawn
    South Grounds
    First Family
    tree planting
    This photograph of First Lady Melania Trump was taken by Matthew D'Agostino at a tree planting ceremony on August 27, 2018. Mrs. Trump was on hand that day to plant a tree on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds along with a small group of presidential descendants in attendance. Two descendants asked to plant the sapling with Trump were Mary Jean Eisenhower, granddaughter of President Dwight D. Eisenhower and First Lady Mamie Eisenhower, and Richard Emory Gatchell, Jr., a 5th generation descendant of President James Monroe. The two descendants were symbolic participants: the sapling planted came from the Eisenhower oak tree near the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden and 2018 marked the 200th anniversary of President Monroe's return to the White House following the burning of the White House. The White House was burned by British forces in 1814, during the War of 1812. The gathering of presidential descendants at the White House was part of the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and was held in Washington, D.C. from August 27-30.
  • Mrs. Trump Plants Oak with Presidential Descendants
    Matthew D'Agostino
    ceremony
    South Lawn
    South Grounds
    First Family
    tree planting
    This photograph of First Lady Melania Trump was taken by Matthew D'Agostino at a tree planting ceremony on August 27, 2018. Mrs. Trump was on hand that day to plant a tree on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds along with a small group of presidential descendants in attendance. Two descendants asked to plant the sapling with Trump were Mary Jean Eisenhower, granddaughter of President Dwight D. Eisenhower and First Lady Mamie Eisenhower, and Richard Emory Gatchell, Jr., a 5th generation descendant of President James Monroe. The two descendants were symbolic participants: the sapling planted came from the Eisenhower oak tree near the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden and 2018 marked the 200th anniversary of President Monroe's return to the White House following the burning of the White House. The White House was burned by British forces in 1814, during the War of 1812. The gathering of presidential descendants at the White House was part of the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and was held in Washington, D.C. from August 27-30.
  • Mrs. Trump Plants Oak with Presidential Descendants
    Matthew D'Agostino
    ceremony
    South Lawn
    South Grounds
    First Family
    tree planting
    This photograph of First Lady Melania Trump was taken by Matthew D'Agostino at a tree planting ceremony on August 27, 2018. Mrs. Trump was on hand that day to plant a tree on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds along with a small group of presidential descendants in attendance. Two descendants asked to plant the sapling with Trump were Mary Jean Eisenhower, granddaughter of President Dwight D. Eisenhower and First Lady Mamie Eisenhower, and Richard Emory Gatchell, Jr., a 5th generation descendant of President James Monroe. The two descendants were symbolic participants: the sapling planted came from the Eisenhower oak tree near the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden and 2018 marked the 200th anniversary of President Monroe's return to the White House following the burning of the White House. The White House was burned by British forces in 1814, during the War of 1812. The gathering of presidential descendants at the White House was part of the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and was held in Washington, D.C. from August 27-30.
  • Mrs. Trump Plants Oak with Presidential Descendants
    Matthew D'Agostino
    ceremony
    South Lawn
    South Grounds
    First Family
    tree planting
    This photograph of First Lady Melania Trump was taken by Matthew D'Agostino at a tree planting ceremony on August 27, 2018. Mrs. Trump was on hand that day to plant a tree on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds along with a small group of presidential descendants in attendance. Two descendants asked to plant the sapling with Trump were Mary Jean Eisenhower, granddaughter of President Dwight D. Eisenhower and First Lady Mamie Eisenhower, and Richard Emory Gatchell, Jr., a 5th generation descendant of President James Monroe. The two descendants were symbolic participants: the sapling planted came from the Eisenhower oak tree near the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden and 2018 marked the 200th anniversary of President Monroe's return to the White House following the burning of the White House. The White House was burned by British forces in 1814, during the War of 1812. The gathering of presidential descendants at the White House was part of the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and was held in Washington, D.C. from August 27-30.