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  • Aerial View of the White House, Reagan Administration
    Dave Johnson
    south view
    South Lawn
    South Grounds
    This aerial photograph of the South Grounds of the White House was taken in July 1982 by Dave Johnson during the administration of Ronald Reagan. This photograph captures the South Lawn and a glimpse of the fountain.
  • South View, Reagan Administration
    Joseph H. Bailey
    south view
    South Lawn
    South Grounds
    This photograph of the South Fountain was taken in July 1982 by Joseph H. Bailey during the administration of Ronald Reagan. Installed in the 1850s, the South Fountain was the first ornamental water fountain on the White House Grounds. However, it was constructed poorly and was replaced in 1876. In this photograph, the South Portico of the White House can be seen beyond the South Lawn.
  • Magnolia Trees Outside East Wing Entrance
    David R. Bridge
    East Wing
    east view
    flower
    This photograph was taken outside the entrance to the East Wing in March 1972 by David R. Bridge, during the administration of Richard M. Nixon. Built in 1942, during the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration, the East Wing originally housed wartime offices. President Roosevelt had intentions of eventually using the space as a museum for White House artifacts. Since the 1940s, the East Wing has also been used by first ladies, with First Lady Rosalynn Carter officially establishing the Office of the First Lady in 1977. This entrance, located directly across the driveway from the columns, leads to the East Wing Lobby and serves as the primary visitor entrance into the White House.
  • Jacqueline Kennedy Garden, Nixon Administration
    David R. Bridge
    staff
    Jacqueline Kennedy Garden
    This photograph of the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden was taken in March 1972 by David R. Bridge during the administration of Richard M. Nixon. With the Magnolia trees bloom, an unidentified woman, possibly a member of the White House staff, walks along the pebble path that surrounds the garden. The pergola was designed by I.M. Pei in 1965.
  • White House Kitchen Garden, Trump Administration
    Matthew D'Agostino
    South Grounds
    Kitchen Garden
    This photograph, taken by Matthew D'Agostino for the White House Historical Association on April 22, 2019, shows the White House Kitchen Garden as it appeared during the administration of Donald Trump. Vegetables including lettuce, broccoli, kale, and cabbage were grown in the garden. The White House Kitchen Garden was established by First Lady Michelle Obama in 2009 to supply food for the First Family and inspire everyday citizens to grow their own nutritious produce. As of 2019, the garden supplied fruits, vegetables, and herbs totaling approximately 2,000 pounds per year to the White House Kitchen; food not used by the White House was donated to local charities. This photograph was taken during the annual White House Easter Egg Roll, which was held on the South Lawn and Ellipse.
  • White House Kitchen Garden, Trump Administration
    Matthew D'Agostino
    South Grounds
    Kitchen Garden
    This photograph, taken by Matthew D'Agostino for the White House Historical Association on April 22, 2019, shows the White House Kitchen Garden as it appeared during the administration of Donald Trump. Vegetables including lettuce, broccoli, kale, and cabbage were grown in the garden. The White House Kitchen Garden was established by First Lady Michelle Obama in 2009 to supply food for the First Family and inspire everyday citizens to grow their own nutritious produce. As of 2019, the garden supplied fruits, vegetables, and herbs totaling approximately 2,000 pounds per year to the White House Kitchen; food not used by the White House was donated to local charities. This photograph was taken during the annual White House Easter Egg Roll, which was held on the South Lawn and Ellipse.