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  • West Wing
    South Grounds
    Oval Office
    This photograph shows the exterior of the West Wing in the fall. A tree ceremonially planted by President Lyndon B. Johnson is highlighted. The West Wing was constructed as "temporary executive office buildings" during Theodore Roosevelt's administration in 1902. In 1909, the West Wing was expanded and doubled in size during the William H. Taft administration. The expansion saw the construction of the Oval Office. In 1930, during the Herbert Hoover administration, the West Wing had to be rebuilt due to a fire that broke out on Christmas Eve. The current incarnation of the West Wing was completed in 1934 during the administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt. The wing was expanded from 15,000 to 40,000 square feet with a "penthouse" story and an enlarged subterranean office area with a light well added to the complex. The Oval Office was relocated to the West Wing’s southeast corner.
  • West Wing
    South Grounds
    Oval Office
    This photograph shows the exterior of the West Wing in the fall. A tree ceremonially planted by President Lyndon B. Johnson is highlighted. The West Wing was constructed as "temporary executive office buildings" during Theodore Roosevelt's administration in 1902. In 1909, the West Wing was expanded and doubled in size during the William H. Taft administration. The expansion saw the construction of the Oval Office. In 1930, during the Herbert Hoover administration, the West Wing had to be rebuilt due to a fire that broke out on Christmas Eve. The current incarnation of the West Wing was completed in 1934 during the administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt. The wing was expanded from 15,000 to 40,000 square feet with a "penthouse" story and an enlarged subterranean office area with a light well added to the complex. The Oval Office was relocated to the West Wing’s southeast corner.