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  • East Sitting Hall, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    East Sitting Hall
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the East Sitting Hall was taken in November 1971 during the administration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The hall, located on the east end of the Second Floor in the Executive Mansion, is recognizable for its grand, arched window that is identical to the one in the West Sitting Hall on the opposite end of the house. The hall is located just outside of the Lincoln Bedroom.
  • East Sitting Hall, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    East Sitting Hall
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the East Sitting Hall was taken in November 1971 during the administration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The hall, located on the east end of the Second Floor in the Executive Mansion, is recognizable for its grand, arched window that is identical to the one in the West Sitting Hall on the opposite end of the house. The hall is located just outside of the Lincoln Bedroom.
  • East Sitting Hall, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    East Sitting Hall
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the East Sitting Hall was taken in November 1971 during the administration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The hall, located on the east end of the Second Floor in the Executive Mansion, is recognizable for its grand, arched window that is identical to the one in the West Sitting Hall on the opposite end of the house. The hall is located just outside of the Lincoln Bedroom.
  • East Sitting Hall, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    East Sitting Hall
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the East Sitting Hall was taken in November 1971 during the administration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The hall, located on the east end of the Second Floor in the Executive Mansion, is recognizable for its grand, arched window that is identical to the one in the West Sitting Hall on the opposite end of the house. The hall is located just outside of the Lincoln Bedroom.
  • East Sitting Hall, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    East Sitting Hall
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the East Sitting Hall was taken in November 1971 during the administration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The hall, located on the east end of the Second Floor in the Executive Mansion, is recognizable for its grand, arched window that is identical to the one in the West Sitting Hall on the opposite end of the house. The hall is located just outside of the Lincoln Bedroom.
  • Queens' Bedroom, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    Queens' Bedroom
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the Queens' Bedroom was taken in November 1971 during the adminstration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to by Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The Queens' Bedroom is named for the royal guests that have stayed there, 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 bed in the center of the room may have been purchased during the Andrew Jackson administration.
  • East Sitting Hall, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    East Sitting Hall
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the East Sitting Hall was taken in November 1971 during the administration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The hall, located on the east end of the Second Floor in the Executive Mansion, is recognizable for its grand, arched window that is identical to the one in the West Sitting Hall on the opposite end of the house. The hall is located just outside of the Lincoln Bedroom.
  • Queens' Bedroom, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    Queens' Bedroom
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the Queens' Bedroom was taken in November 1971 during the adminstration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to by Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The Queens' Bedroom is named for the royal guests that have stayed there, 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 bed in the center of the room may have been purchased during the Andrew Jackson administration.
  • Queens' Bedroom, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    Queens' Bedroom
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the Queens' Bedroom was taken in November 1971 during the adminstration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to by Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The Queens' Bedroom is named for the royal guests that have stayed there, 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 bed in the center of the room may have been purchased during the Andrew Jackson administration.
  • Queens' Bedroom, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    Queens' Bedroom
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the Queens' Bedroom was taken in November 1971 during the adminstration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to by Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The Queens' Bedroom is named for the royal guests that have stayed there, 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 bed in the center of the room may have been purchased during the Andrew Jackson administration.
  • East Sitting Hall, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    East Sitting Hall
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the East Sitting Hall was taken in November 1971 during the administration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The hall, located on the east end of the Second Floor in the Executive Mansion, is recognizable for its grand, arched window that is identical to the one in the West Sitting Hall on the opposite end of the house. The hall is located just outside of the Lincoln Bedroom.
  • Queens' Bedroom, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    Queens' Bedroom
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the Queens' Bedroom was taken in November 1971 during the adminstration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to by Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The Queens' Bedroom is named for the royal guests that have stayed there, 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 bed in the center of the room may have been purchased during the Andrew Jackson administration.
  • Queens' Bedroom, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    Queens' Bedroom
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the Queens' Bedroom was taken in November 1971 during the adminstration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to by Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The Queens' Bedroom is named for the royal guests that have stayed there, 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 bed in the center of the room may have been purchased during the Andrew Jackson administration.
  • Queens' Bedroom, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    Queens' Bedroom
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the Queens' Bedroom was taken in November 1971 during the adminstration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to by Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The Queens' Bedroom is named for the royal guests that have stayed there, 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 bed in the center of the room may have been purchased during the Andrew Jackson administration.
  • Queens' Bedroom, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    Queens' Bedroom
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the Queens' Bedroom was taken in November 1971 during the adminstration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to by Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The Queens' Bedroom is named for the royal guests that have stayed there, 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 bed in the center of the room may have been purchased during the Andrew Jackson administration.
  • Queens' Bedroom, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    Queens' Bedroom
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the Queens' Bedroom was taken in November 1971 during the adminstration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to by Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The Queens' Bedroom is named for the royal guests that have stayed there, 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 bed in the center of the room may have been purchased during the Andrew Jackson administration.
  • Queens' Bedroom, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    Queens' Bedroom
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the Queens' Bedroom was taken in November 1971 during the adminstration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to by Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The Queens' Bedroom is named for the royal guests that have stayed there, 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 bed in the center of the room may have been purchased during the Andrew Jackson administration.
  • East Sitting Hall, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    East Sitting Hall
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the East Sitting Hall was taken in November 1971 during the administration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The hall, located on the east end of the Second Floor in the Executive Mansion, is recognizable for its grand, arched window that is identical to the one in the West Sitting Hall on the opposite end of the house. The hall is located just outside of the Lincoln Bedroom.
  • Queens' Bedroom, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    Queens' Bedroom
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the Queens' Bedroom was taken in November 1971 during the adminstration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to by Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The Queens' Bedroom is named for the royal guests that have stayed there, 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 bed in the center of the room may have been purchased during the Andrew Jackson administration.
  • Red Room, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    State Floor
    Red Room
    This photograph of the Red Room was taken in November 1971 during the administration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The Red Room is located on the State Floor of the Executive Mansion. The room was first decorated with red fabrics during the James K. 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.
  • West Wing Reception Room, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    West Wing Reception Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of the West Wing Reception Room was taken in November 1971 during the administration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown and captures visitors and West Wing staff. The Reception Room is located in the West Wing and serves as a waiting room for visitors to the West Wing Offices. The room is furnished with modern-day, Chippendale-style reproductions.
  • East Landing, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    East Wing
    East Landing
    This photograph of the East Landing was taken in November 1971 during the administration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The East Landing is located in the East Wing of the White House and is among the first sights visitors encounter on a public tour of the White House.
  • Red Room, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    State Floor
    Red Room
    This photograph of the Red Room was taken in November 1971 during the administration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The Red Room is located on the State Floor of the Executive Mansion. The room was first decorated with red fabrics during the James K. 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.
  • Red Room, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    State Floor
    Red Room
    This photograph of the Red Room was taken in November 1971 during the administration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The Red Room is located on the State Floor of the Executive Mansion. The room was first decorated with red fabrics during the James K. 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.
  • Red Room, Nixon Administration
    Victor Boswell
    Robert S. Oakes
    Nelson Brown
    State Floor
    Red Room
    This photograph of the Red Room was taken in November 1971 during the administration of Richard M. Nixon. The photograph is attributed to Victor Boswell, Robert S. Oakes, and Nelson Brown. The Red Room is located on the State Floor of the Executive Mansion. The room was first decorated with red fabrics during the James K. 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.