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  • President Nixon Congratulates "1776" Performers
    Nelson Brown
    Robert S. Oakes
    Victor Boswell
    entertainment
    East Room
    State Floor
    In this photograph, President Richard M. Nixon joins actors onstage in the East Room following a performance of the musical "1776." To celebrate the 238th anniversary of George Washington’s birthday, President Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon invited 182 guests to a performance of “1776” at the White House on February 22, 1970 by its original Broadway cast. The musical recounted events leading to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Marine Chamber Orchestra accompanied the actors portraying the Founding Fathers on a portable stage in the East Room. The stage had been designed in 1966 by Jo Mielziner, who was also the scenic and lighting designer for “1776.” This production was held as part of the "Evening at the White House" performance series.
  • President Nixon Congratulates "1776" Performers
    Nelson Brown
    Robert S. Oakes
    Victor Boswell
    entertainment
    East Room
    State Floor
    In this photograph, President Richard M. Nixon joins actors onstage in the East Room following a performance of the musical "1776." To celebrate the 238th anniversary of George Washington’s birthday, President Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon invited 182 guests to a performance of “1776” at the White House on February 22, 1970 by its original Broadway cast. The musical recounted events leading to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Marine Chamber Orchestra accompanied the actors portraying the Founding Fathers on a portable stage in the East Room. The stage had been designed in 1966 by Jo Mielziner, who was also the scenic and lighting designer for “1776.” This production was held as part of the "Evening at the White House" performance series.
  • President Nixon Congratulates "1776" Creative Team
    Nelson Brown
    Robert S. Oakes
    Victor Boswell
    entertainment
    East Room
    State Floor
    In this photograph, President Richard M. Nixon congratulates the creative team behind the musical "1776," following a performance that took place in the East Room of the White House. To celebrate the 238th anniversary of George Washington’s birthday, President Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon invited 182 guests to a performance of “1776” at the White House on February 22, 1970 by its original Broadway cast. The musical recounted events leading to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Marine Chamber Orchestra accompanied the actors portraying the Founding Fathers on a portable stage in the East Room. The stage had been designed in 1966 by Jo Mielziner, who was also the scenic and lighting designer for “1776.” This production was held as part of the "Evening at the White House" performance series.
  • President Nixon Congratulates "1776" Performers
    Nelson Brown
    Robert S. Oakes
    Victor Boswell
    entertainment
    East Room
    State Floor
    In this photograph, President Richard M. Nixon joins actors onstage in the East Room following a performance of the musical "1776." To celebrate the 238th anniversary of George Washington’s birthday, President Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon invited 182 guests to a performance of “1776” at the White House on February 22, 1970 by its original Broadway cast. The musical recounted events leading to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Marine Chamber Orchestra accompanied the actors portraying the Founding Fathers on a portable stage in the East Room. The stage had been designed in 1966 by Jo Mielziner, who was also the scenic and lighting designer for “1776.” This production was held as part of the "Evening at the White House" performance series.
  • President Nixon Congratulates "1776" Performers
    Nelson Brown
    Robert S. Oakes
    Victor Boswell
    entertainment
    East Room
    State Floor
    In this photograph, President Richard M. Nixon joins actors onstage in the East Room following a performance of the musical "1776." To celebrate the 238th anniversary of George Washington’s birthday, President Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon invited 182 guests to a performance of “1776” at the White House on February 22, 1970 by its original Broadway cast. The musical recounted events leading to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Marine Chamber Orchestra accompanied the actors portraying the Founding Fathers on a portable stage in the East Room. The stage had been designed in 1966 by Jo Mielziner, who was also the scenic and lighting designer for “1776.” This production was held as part of the "Evening at the White House" performance series.
  • Pat Nixon Congratulates "1776" Performers
    Nelson Brown
    Robert S. Oakes
    Victor Boswell
    entertainment
    East Room
    State Floor
    This photograph shows First Lady Pat Nixon standing alongside actresses who performed in the musical "1776." To celebrate the 238th anniversary of George Washington’s birthday, President Richard M. Nixon and Mrs. Nixon invited 182 guests to a performance of “1776” in the East Room of the White House on February 22, 1970 by its original Broadway cast. The musical recounted events leading to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Marine Chamber Orchestra accompanied the actors portraying the Founding Fathers on a portable stage in the East Room. The stage had been designed in 1966 by Jo Mielziner, who was also the scenic and lighting designer for “1776.” This production was held as part of the "Evening at the White House" performance series.
  • President Nixon Congratulates "1776" Creative Team
    Nelson Brown
    Robert S. Oakes
    Victor Boswell
    entertainment
    East Room
    State Floor
    In this photograph, President Richard M. Nixon congratulates the creative team behind the musical "1776," following a performance that took place in the East Room of the White House. To celebrate the 238th anniversary of George Washington’s birthday, President Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon invited 182 guests to a performance of “1776” at the White House on February 22, 1970 by its original Broadway cast. The musical recounted events leading to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Marine Chamber Orchestra accompanied the actors portraying the Founding Fathers on a portable stage in the East Room. The stage had been designed in 1966 by Jo Mielziner, who was also the scenic and lighting designer for “1776.” This production was held as part of the "Evening at the White House" performance series.
  • President and Mrs. Nixon Congratulate "1776" Performers
    Nelson Brown
    Robert S. Oakes
    Victor Boswell
    entertainment
    East Room
    State Floor
    In this photograph, President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon congratulate actors following their performance of the musical "1776" that took place in the East Room of the White House. To celebrate the 238th anniversary of George Washington’s birthday, President and Mrs. Nixon invited 182 guests to a performance of “1776” at the White House on February 22, 1970 by its original Broadway cast. The musical recounted events leading to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Marine Chamber Orchestra accompanied the actors portraying the Founding Fathers on a portable stage in the East Room. The stage had been designed in 1966 by Jo Mielziner, who was also the scenic and lighting designer for “1776.” This production was held as part of the "Evening at the White House" performance series.
  • President and Mrs. Nixon Congratulate "1776" Performers
    Nelson Brown
    Robert S. Oakes
    Victor Boswell
    entertainment
    East Room
    State Floor
    In this photograph, President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon congratulate actors following their performance of the musical "1776" that took place in the East Room of the White House. To celebrate the 238th anniversary of George Washington’s birthday, President and Mrs. Nixon invited 182 guests to a performance of “1776” at the White House on February 22, 1970 by its original Broadway cast. The musical recounted events leading to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Marine Chamber Orchestra accompanied the actors portraying the Founding Fathers on a portable stage in the East Room. The stage had been designed in 1966 by Jo Mielziner, who was also the scenic and lighting designer for “1776.” This production was held as part of the "Evening at the White House" performance series.
  • President and Mrs. Nixon Congratulate "1776" Performers
    Nelson Brown
    Robert S. Oakes
    Victor Boswell
    entertainment
    East Room
    State Floor
    In this photograph, President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon congratulate actors following their performance of the musical "1776" that took place in the East Room of the White House. To celebrate the 238th anniversary of George Washington’s birthday, President and Mrs. Nixon invited 182 guests to a performance of “1776” at the White House on February 22, 1970 by its original Broadway cast. The musical recounted events leading to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Marine Chamber Orchestra accompanied the actors portraying the Founding Fathers on a portable stage in the East Room. The stage had been designed in 1966 by Jo Mielziner, who was also the scenic and lighting designer for “1776.” This production was held as part of the "Evening at the White House" performance series.
  • President Nixon Congratulates "1776" Performers
    Nelson Brown
    Robert S. Oakes
    Victor Boswell
    entertainment
    East Room
    State Floor
    In this photograph, President Richard M. Nixon joins actors onstage in the East Room following a performance of the musical "1776." To celebrate the 238th anniversary of George Washington’s birthday, President Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon invited 182 guests to a performance of “1776” at the White House on February 22, 1970 by its original Broadway cast. The musical recounted events leading to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Marine Chamber Orchestra accompanied the actors portraying the Founding Fathers on a portable stage in the East Room. The stage had been designed in 1966 by Jo Mielziner, who was also the scenic and lighting designer for “1776.” This production was held as part of the "Evening at the White House" performance series.
  • President and Mrs. Nixon Congratulate "1776" Creative Team
    Nelson Brown
    Robert S. Oakes
    Victor Boswell
    entertainment
    East Room
    State Floor
    In this photograph, President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon congratulate the creative team behind the musical "1776," following a performance that took place in the East Room of the White House. To celebrate the 238th anniversary of George Washington’s birthday, President and Mrs. Nixon invited 182 guests to a performance of “1776” at the White House on February 22, 1970 by its original Broadway cast. The musical recounted events leading to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Marine Chamber Orchestra accompanied the actors portraying the Founding Fathers on a portable stage in the East Room. The stage had been designed in 1966 by Jo Mielziner, who was also the scenic and lighting designer for “1776.” This production was held as part of the "Evening at the White House" performance series.
  • President Nixon Congratulates "1776" Performers
    Nelson Brown
    Robert S. Oakes
    Victor Boswell
    entertainment
    East Room
    State Floor
    In this photograph, President Richard M. Nixon joins actors onstage in the East Room following a performance of the musical "1776." To celebrate the 238th anniversary of George Washington’s birthday, President Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon invited 182 guests to a performance of “1776” at the White House on February 22, 1970 by its original Broadway cast. The musical recounted events leading to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Marine Chamber Orchestra accompanied the actors portraying the Founding Fathers on a portable stage in the East Room. The stage had been designed in 1966 by Jo Mielziner, who was also the scenic and lighting designer for “1776.” This production was held as part of the "Evening at the White House" performance series.
  • President and Mrs. Nixon Congratulate "1776" Performers
    Nelson Brown
    Robert S. Oakes
    Victor Boswell
    entertainment
    East Room
    State Floor
    In this photograph, President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon congratulate actors following their performance of the musical "1776" that took place in the East Room of the White House. To celebrate the 238th anniversary of George Washington’s birthday, President and Mrs. Nixon invited 182 guests to a performance of “1776” at the White House on February 22, 1970 by its original Broadway cast. The musical recounted events leading to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Marine Chamber Orchestra accompanied the actors portraying the Founding Fathers on a portable stage in the East Room. The stage had been designed in 1966 by Jo Mielziner, who was also the scenic and lighting designer for “1776.” This production was held as part of the "Evening at the White House" performance series.
  • President and Mrs. Nixon Congratulate "1776" Performers
    Nelson Brown
    Robert S. Oakes
    Victor Boswell
    entertainment
    East Room
    State Floor
    In this photograph, President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon congratulate actors following their performance of the musical "1776" that took place in the East Room of the White House. To celebrate the 238th anniversary of George Washington’s birthday, President and Mrs. Nixon invited 182 guests to a performance of “1776” at the White House on February 22, 1970 by its original Broadway cast. The musical recounted events leading to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Marine Chamber Orchestra accompanied the actors portraying the Founding Fathers on a portable stage in the East Room. The stage had been designed in 1966 by Jo Mielziner, who was also the scenic and lighting designer for “1776.” This production was held as part of the "Evening at the White House" performance series.
  • President and Mrs. Nixon Congratulate "1776" Creative Team
    Nelson Brown
    Robert S. Oakes
    Victor Boswell
    entertainment
    East Room
    State Floor
    In this photograph, President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon congratulate the creative team behind the musical "1776," following a performance that took place in the East Room of the White House. To celebrate the 238th anniversary of George Washington’s birthday, President and Mrs. Nixon invited 182 guests to a performance of “1776” at the White House on February 22, 1970 by its original Broadway cast. The musical recounted events leading to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Marine Chamber Orchestra accompanied the actors portraying the Founding Fathers on a portable stage in the East Room. The stage had been designed in 1966 by Jo Mielziner, who was also the scenic and lighting designer for “1776.” This production was held as part of the "Evening at the White House" performance series.
  • President Nixon Congratulates "1776" Creative Team
    Nelson Brown
    Robert S. Oakes
    Victor Boswell
    entertainment
    East Room
    State Floor
    In this photograph, President Richard M. Nixon congratulates the creative team behind the musical "1776," following a performance that took place in the East Room of the White House. To celebrate the 238th anniversary of George Washington’s birthday, President Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon invited 182 guests to a performance of “1776” at the White House on February 22, 1970 by its original Broadway cast. The musical recounted events leading to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Marine Chamber Orchestra accompanied the actors portraying the Founding Fathers on a portable stage in the East Room. The stage had been designed in 1966 by Jo Mielziner, who was also the scenic and lighting designer for “1776.” This production was held as part of the "Evening at the White House" performance series.
  • Pat Nixon Congratulates "1776" Performers
    Nelson Brown
    Robert S. Oakes
    Victor Boswell
    entertainment
    East Room
    State Floor
    This photograph shows First Lady Pat Nixon standing alongside actresses who performed in the musical "1776." To celebrate the 238th anniversary of George Washington’s birthday, President Richard M. Nixon and Mrs. Nixon invited 182 guests to a performance of “1776” in the East Room of the White House on February 22, 1970 by its original Broadway cast. The musical recounted events leading to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Marine Chamber Orchestra accompanied the actors portraying the Founding Fathers on a portable stage in the East Room. The stage had been designed in 1966 by Jo Mielziner, who was also the scenic and lighting designer for “1776.” This production was held as part of the "Evening at the White House" performance series.
  • Turkey Pardoning Ceremony, 2016
    Matthew D'Agostino
    holidays
    Turkey Pardon
    Thanksgiving
    South Grounds
    Rose Garden
    First Family
    This photograph, taken by Matthew D'Agostino for the White House Historical Association on November 23, 2016, shows President Barack Obama and his nephews Austin and Aaron Robinson leaving the Rose Garden following the annual White House turkey pardoning ceremony. During the ceremony, President Obama pardoned Tot, a 39 pound turkey as well as an alternate turkey, Tater. Following the ceremony, the turkeys were transferred to 'Gobblers Rest' in Blacksburg, Virginia to be cared for by veterinarians and students of Virginia Tech's Animal and Poultry Sciences Department. Both turkeys were raised by the Domino family in Iowa, and were donated by the National Turkey Federation. For his final turkey pardoning ceremony, President Obama shared a "corny-copia" of turkey-themed puns and spoke of recent achievements Americans could be thankful for.
  • Turkey Pardoning Ceremony, 2016
    Matthew D'Agostino
    holidays
    Turkey Pardon
    Thanksgiving
    South Grounds
    Rose Garden
    First Family
    This photograph, taken by Matthew D'Agostino for the White House Historical Association on November 23, 2016, shows President Barack Obama and his nephews Austin and Aaron Robinson leaving the Rose Garden following the annual White House turkey pardoning ceremony. During the ceremony, President Obama pardoned Tot, a 39 pound turkey as well as an alternate turkey, Tater. Following the ceremony, the turkeys were transferred to 'Gobblers Rest' in Blacksburg, Virginia to be cared for by veterinarians and students of Virginia Tech's Animal and Poultry Sciences Department. Both turkeys were raised by the Domino family in Iowa, and were donated by the National Turkey Federation. For his final turkey pardoning ceremony, President Obama shared a "corny-copia" of turkey-themed puns and spoke of recent achievements Americans could be thankful for.
  • Turkey Pardoning Ceremony, 2016
    Matthew D'Agostino
    holidays
    Turkey Pardon
    Thanksgiving
    South Grounds
    Rose Garden
    First Family
    This photograph, taken by Matthew D'Agostino for the White House Historical Association on November 23, 2016, shows President Barack Obama and his nephews Austin and Aaron Robinson leaving the Rose Garden following the annual White House turkey pardoning ceremony. During the ceremony, President Obama pardoned Tot, a 39 pound turkey as well as an alternate turkey, Tater. Following the ceremony, the turkeys were transferred to 'Gobblers Rest' in Blacksburg, Virginia to be cared for by veterinarians and students of Virginia Tech's Animal and Poultry Sciences Department. Both turkeys were raised by the Domino family in Iowa, and were donated by the National Turkey Federation. For his final turkey pardoning ceremony, President Obama shared a "corny-copia" of turkey-themed puns and spoke of recent achievements Americans could be thankful for.
  • Turkey Pardoning Ceremony, 2016
    Matthew D'Agostino
    holidays
    Turkey Pardon
    Thanksgiving
    South Grounds
    Rose Garden
    First Family
    This photograph, taken by Matthew D'Agostino for the White House Historical Association on November 23, 2016, shows President Barack Obama and his nephews Austin and Aaron Robinson leaving the Rose Garden following the annual White House turkey pardoning ceremony. During the ceremony, President Obama pardoned Tot, a 39 pound turkey as well as an alternate turkey, Tater. Following the ceremony, the turkeys were transferred to 'Gobblers Rest' in Blacksburg, Virginia to be cared for by veterinarians and students of Virginia Tech's Animal and Poultry Sciences Department. Both turkeys were raised by the Domino family in Iowa, and were donated by the National Turkey Federation. For his final turkey pardoning ceremony, President Obama shared a "corny-copia" of turkey-themed puns and spoke of recent achievements Americans could be thankful for.
  • Turkey Pardoning Ceremony, 2016
    Matthew D'Agostino
    holidays
    Turkey Pardon
    Thanksgiving
    South Grounds
    Rose Garden
    First Family
    This photograph, taken by Matthew D'Agostino for the White House Historical Association on November 23, 2016, shows President Barack Obama and his nephews Austin and Aaron Robinson leaving the Rose Garden following the annual White House turkey pardoning ceremony. During the ceremony, President Obama pardoned Tot, a 39 pound turkey as well as an alternate turkey, Tater. Following the ceremony, the turkeys were transferred to 'Gobblers Rest' in Blacksburg, Virginia to be cared for by veterinarians and students of Virginia Tech's Animal and Poultry Sciences Department. Both turkeys were raised by the Domino family in Iowa, and were donated by the National Turkey Federation. For his final turkey pardoning ceremony, President Obama shared a "corny-copia" of turkey-themed puns and spoke of recent achievements Americans could be thankful for.
  • President Obama Greets Guests at 2016 Turkey Pardon
    Matthew D'Agostino
    holidays
    White House Guests
    Turkey Pardon
    Rose Garden
    South Grounds
    Thanksgiving
    This photograph, taken by Matthew D'Agostino for the White House Historical Association on November 23, 2016, shows President Barack Obama greeting guests at the annual White House turkey pardoning ceremony. During the ceremony, President Obama pardoned Tot, a 39 pound turkey as well as an alternate turkey, Tater. Following the ceremony, the turkeys were transferred to 'Gobblers Rest' in Blacksburg, Virginia to be cared for by veterinarians and students of Virginia Tech's Animal and Poultry Sciences Department. Both turkeys were raised by the Domino family in Iowa, and were donated by the National Turkey Federation. For his final turkey pardoning ceremony, President Obama shared a "corny-copia" of turkey-themed puns, spoke of recent achievements Americans could be thankful for, and was accompanied by his nephews Austin and Aaron Robinson.
  • Turkey Pardoning Ceremony, 2016
    Matthew D'Agostino
    holidays
    Turkey Pardon
    Thanksgiving
    South Grounds
    Rose Garden
    First Family
    This photograph, taken by Matthew D'Agostino for the White House Historical Association on November 23, 2016, shows President Barack Obama and his nephews Austin and Aaron Robinson leaving the Rose Garden following the annual White House turkey pardoning ceremony. During the ceremony, President Obama pardoned Tot, a 39 pound turkey as well as an alternate turkey, Tater. Following the ceremony, the turkeys were transferred to 'Gobblers Rest' in Blacksburg, Virginia to be cared for by veterinarians and students of Virginia Tech's Animal and Poultry Sciences Department. Both turkeys were raised by the Domino family in Iowa, and were donated by the National Turkey Federation. For his final turkey pardoning ceremony, President Obama shared a "corny-copia" of turkey-themed puns and spoke of recent achievements Americans could be thankful for.