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  • This photograph shows the Lincoln Bedroom as it appeared in September 1962. Located on the Second Floor of the White House, in modern times the Lincoln Bedroom is used for official and personal guests of the president’s family. In the past, it served as an office and Cabinet room. The room became a bedroom in the family quarters during the 1902 Roosevelt renovation. The high-back bed, known as the Lincoln Bed, was purchased for the White House by First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln. While it was purchased during the Lincoln administration, the bed was probably never used by President Abraham Lincoln, nor was it originally placed in this room. Repurposed during the administration of President Harry S. Truman, the room features furniture, artwork, and refurbishing reminiscent of the 1860s. Under the direction of First Lady Laura Bush, the room underwent refurbishing to enhance its historical accuracy. Aided by the White House Historical Association, this project was complete in 2005.
    Keywords: Lincoln Bedroom, Second Floor
    Last Modified: 6/29/2017
    File name: 1113481.tif
  • This photograph shows the Lincoln Bedroom as it appeared in September 1962. Located on the Second Floor of the White House, in modern times the Lincoln Bedroom is used for official and personal guests of the president’s family. In the past, it served as an office and Cabinet room. The room became a bedroom in the family quarters during the 1902 Roosevelt renovation. The high-back bed, known as the Lincoln Bed, was purchased for the White House by First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln. While it was purchased during the Lincoln administration, the bed was probably never used by President Abraham Lincoln, nor was it originally placed in this room. Repurposed during the administration of President Harry S. Truman, the room features furniture, artwork, and refurbishing reminiscent of the 1860s. Under the direction of First Lady Laura Bush, the room underwent refurbishing to enhance its historical accuracy. Aided by the White House Historical Association, this project was complete in 2005.
    Keywords: Lincoln Bedroom, Second Floor
    Last Modified: 6/29/2017
    File name: 1113484.tif
  • This photograph shows the Lincoln Bedroom as it appeared in September 1962. Located on the Second Floor of the White House, in modern times the Lincoln Bedroom is used for official and personal guests of the president’s family. In the past, it served as an office and Cabinet room. The room became a bedroom in the family quarters during the 1902 Roosevelt renovation. The high-back bed, known as the Lincoln Bed, was purchased for the White House by First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln. While it was purchased during the Lincoln administration, the bed was probably never used by President Abraham Lincoln, nor was it originally placed in this room. Repurposed during the administration of President Harry S. Truman, the room features furniture, artwork, and refurbishing reminiscent of the 1860s. Under the direction of First Lady Laura Bush, the room underwent refurbishing to enhance its historical accuracy. Aided by the White House Historical Association, this project was complete in 2005.
    Keywords: Lincoln Bedroom, Second Floor
    Last Modified: 6/29/2017
    File name: 1113483.tif
  • This photograph shows the Lincoln Bedroom as it appeared in September 1962. Located on the Second Floor of the White House, in modern times the Lincoln Bedroom is used for official and personal guests of the president’s family. In the past, it served as an office and Cabinet room. The room became a bedroom in the family quarters during the 1902 Roosevelt renovation. The high-back bed, known as the Lincoln Bed, was purchased for the White House by First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln. While it was purchased during the Lincoln administration, the bed was probably never used by President Abraham Lincoln, nor was it originally placed in this room. Repurposed during the administration of President Harry S. Truman, the room features furniture, artwork, and refurbishing reminiscent of the 1860s. Under the direction of First Lady Laura Bush, the room underwent refurbishing to enhance its historical accuracy. Aided by the White House Historical Association, this project was complete in 2005.
    Keywords: Lincoln Bedroom, Second Floor
    Last Modified: 6/29/2017
    File name: 1113482.tif
  • This photograph shows the Lincoln Bedroom as it appeared in September 1962. Located on the Second Floor of the White House, in modern times the Lincoln Bedroom is used for official and personal guests of the president’s family. In the past, it served as an office and Cabinet room. The room became a bedroom in the family quarters during the 1902 Roosevelt renovation. The high-back bed, known as the Lincoln Bed, was purchased for the White House by First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln. While it was purchased during the Lincoln administration, the bed was probably never used by President Abraham Lincoln, nor was it originally placed in this room. Repurposed during the administration of President Harry S. Truman, the room features furniture, artwork, and refurbishing reminiscent of the 1860s. Under the direction of First Lady Laura Bush, the room underwent refurbishing to enhance its historical accuracy. Aided by the White House Historical Association, this project was complete in 2005.
    Keywords: Lincoln Bedroom, Second Floor
    Last Modified: 6/29/2017
    File name: 1113479.tif
  • This photograph of the Rose Garden was taken during the Kennedy administration by George F. Mobley in October 1962. The Rose Garden is located on the west side of the South Grounds, just outside of the Oval Office. It has gone through several incarnations: a vegetable garden in the first part of the 19th century, a "colonial" garden in 1902, and then a rose garden in 1913. In 1961, President John F. Kennedy wanted to expand the garden for official functions and events. His idea became the Rose Garden, designed by horticulturist, gardener, and close friend of the Kennedys, Rachel Lambert Mellon. The garden was installed the following year, becoming a green theater for official ceremonies and a special place for the first family's private enjoyment. This photograph captures Mrs. Mellon's newly planted and completed work.
    Keywords: Rose Garden
    Last Modified: 6/29/2017
    File name: 1113370.tif
  • This photograph shows one of the many carved birds that decorate the headboard of the Lincoln Bed. The high-back bed was purchased for the White House by First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln. While it was purchased during the Lincoln administration, the bed was probably never used by President Abraham Lincoln, nor was it originally placed in the room now known as the Lincoln Bedroom.
    Keywords: Lincoln Bedroom, Second Floor
    Last Modified: 6/29/2017
    File name: 1113480.tif
  • This photograph shows one of the many carved birds that decorate the headboard of the Lincoln Bed. The high-back bed was purchased for the White House by First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln. While it was purchased during the Lincoln administration, the bed was probably never used by President Abraham Lincoln, nor was it originally placed in the room now known as the Lincoln Bedroom.
    Keywords: Lincoln Bedroom, Second Floor
    Last Modified: 6/29/2017
    File name: 1113478.tif
  • This convex mirror, made in the early 19th century, remains a part of the White House furnishings. In this photograph, the mirror is hanging in the Red Room and reflects the furnishings and fireplace in the ornate room during the Kennedy administration.
    Keywords: Red Room, State Floor, mirror
    Last Modified: 6/29/2017
    File name: 1113424.tif
  • This photograph shows one of the many carved birds that decorate the headboard of the Lincoln Bed. The high-back bed was purchased for the White House by First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln. While it was purchased during the Lincoln administration, the bed was probably never used by President Abraham Lincoln, nor was it originally placed in the room now known as the Lincoln Bedroom.
    Keywords: Lincoln Bedroom, Second Floor
    Last Modified: 6/29/2017
    File name: 1113477.tif
  • This convex mirror, made in the early 19th century, remains a part of the White House furnishings. In this photograph, the mirror is hanging in the Red Room and reflects the furnishings and fireplace in the ornate room during the Kennedy administration.
    Keywords: Red Room, State Floor, mirror
    Last Modified: 6/29/2017
    File name: 1113423.tif
  • This photograph shows one of the many carved birds that decorate the headboard of the Lincoln Bed. The high-back bed was purchased for the White House by First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln. While it was purchased during the Lincoln administration, the bed was probably never used by President Abraham Lincoln, nor was it originally placed in the room now known as the Lincoln Bedroom.
    Keywords: Lincoln Bedroom, Second Floor
    Last Modified: 6/29/2017
    File name: 1113476.tif