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  • Washington Nationals Play Baseball at Swampoodle Grounds
    Unknown
    Washington, D.C.
    sports
    This photograph of the Washington Nationals baseball team was taken between 1886-1889. The team is seen playing on Swampoodle Grounds, also known as Capitol Park and later the location of Union Station, in northeast Washington, D.C. On August 30, 1865 the Nationals and the Brooklyn Atlantics became the first organized sports teams to visit a president in the White House when they visited President Andrew Johnson following a competition on the White Lot. The White Lot, later known as the Ellipse, was located south of the White House.
  • South View of the White House
    Unknown
    south view
    South Portico
    South Grounds
    This photograph presents a south view of the White House as it appeared during the mid-20th century, circa 1966-1987. The South Fountain is prominently featured. This photograph is part of a collection belonging to former White House Executive Chef Henry Hall. Haller was executive chef at the White House for over 20 years, and served every president from Lyndon B. Johnson through Ronald Reagan.
  • North Drive of the White House
    Unknown
    north view
    This photograph presenting a north view of the White House and the North Drive was taken in the mid-20th century, circa 1966-1987. This photograph is a part of a personal collection belonging to former White House Executive Chef Henry Haller, who served presidents Lyndon B. Johnson through Ronald Reagan.
  • South View of the White House at Christmastime
    Unknown
    Christmas
    holidays
    south view
    South Portico
    This photograph presents a south view of the White House at night in December 1972, during the Richard M. Nixon administration. The house is framed between foliage strung with lights, likely two decorated Christmas trees. For the holiday season, wreaths are hung from the South Portico, and garland winds down its east and west steps. The official White House Christmas Tree can also be seen through the window of the Blue Room, in the center of the State Floor.
  • White House and Washington Monument
    Unknown
    Washington Monument
    north view
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the North Front of the White House with the Washington Monument behind it. The photograph was taken from across Lafayette Park. At 555 feet tall, the Washington Monument is the tallest building in Washington, D.C. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • White House and Washington Monument
    Unknown
    Washington Monument
    north view
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the North Front of the White House with the Washington Monument behind it. The photograph was taken from across Lafayette Park. At 555 feet tall, the Washington Monument is the tallest building in Washington, D.C. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • White House and Washington Monument
    Unknown
    Washington Monument
    north view
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the North Front of the White House with the Washington Monument behind it. The photograph was taken from across Lafayette Park. At 555 feet tall, the Washington Monument is the tallest building in Washington, D.C. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • White House and Washington Monument
    Unknown
    Washington Monument
    north view
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the North Front of the White House with the Washington Monument behind it. The photograph was taken from across Lafayette Park. At 555 feet tall, the Washington Monument is the tallest building in Washington, D.C. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • White House and Washington Monument
    Unknown
    Washington Monument
    north view
    This photograph shows the North Front of the White House and its grounds with the Washington Monument standing behind it. Pennsylvania Avenue can be seen in the foreground. At 555 feet tall, the Washington Monument is the tallest building in Washington, D.C. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • White House and Washington Monument
    Unknown
    Washington Monument
    north view
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the North Front of the White House with the Washington Monument behind it. The photograph was taken from across Lafayette Park. At 555 feet tall, the Washington Monument is the tallest building in Washington, D.C. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • White House and Washington Monument
    Unknown
    Washington Monument
    north view
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the North Front of the White House with the Washington Monument behind it. The photograph was taken from across Lafayette Park. At 555 feet tall, the Washington Monument is the tallest building in Washington, D.C. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Aerial Shot of Andrew Jackson Equestrian Statue
    Unknown
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the Andrew Jackson equestrian statue located at the center of Lafayette Park, just north of the White House. Erected in 1853, this statue was created by the sculptor Clark Mills and his enslaved apprentice, Phillip Reid. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • White House and Washington Monument
    Unknown
    Washington Monument
    north view
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the North Front of the White House with the Washington Monument behind it. The photograph was taken from across Lafayette Park. At 555 feet tall, the Washington Monument is the tallest building in Washington, D.C. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • White House and Washington Monument
    Unknown
    Washington Monument
    north view
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the North Front of the White House with the Washington Monument behind it. The photograph was taken from across Lafayette Park. At 555 feet tall, the Washington Monument is the tallest building in Washington, D.C. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Aerial Shot of Andrew Jackson Equestrian Statue
    Unknown
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the Andrew Jackson equestrian statue located at the center of Lafayette Park, just north of the White House. Erected in 1853, this statue was created by the sculptor Clark Mills and his enslaved apprentice, Phillip Reid. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • White House and Washington Monument
    Unknown
    Washington Monument
    north view
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the North Front of the White House with the Washington Monument behind it. The photograph was taken from across Lafayette Park. At 555 feet tall, the Washington Monument is the tallest building in Washington, D.C. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • White House and Washington Monument
    Unknown
    Washington Monument
    north view
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the North Front of the White House with the Washington Monument behind it. The photograph was taken from across Lafayette Park. At 555 feet tall, the Washington Monument is the tallest building in Washington, D.C. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • White House and Washington Monument
    Unknown
    Washington Monument
    north view
    This photograph shows the North Front of the White House and its grounds with the Washington Monument standing behind it. Pennsylvania Avenue can be seen in the foreground. At 555 feet tall, the Washington Monument is the tallest building in Washington, D.C. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • White House and Washington Monument
    Unknown
    Washington Monument
    north view
    This photograph shows the North Front of the White House and its grounds with the Washington Monument standing behind it. Pennsylvania Avenue can be seen in the foreground. At 555 feet tall, the Washington Monument is the tallest building in Washington, D.C. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • White House and Washington Monument
    Unknown
    Washington Monument
    north view
    This photograph shows the North Front of the White House and its grounds with the Washington Monument standing behind it. Pennsylvania Avenue can be seen in the foreground. At 555 feet tall, the Washington Monument is the tallest building in Washington, D.C. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • White House and Washington Monument
    Unknown
    Washington Monument
    north view
    This photograph shows the North Front of the White House and its grounds with the Washington Monument standing behind it. Pennsylvania Avenue can be seen in the foreground. At 555 feet tall, the Washington Monument is the tallest building in Washington, D.C. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • White House and Washington Monument
    Unknown
    Washington Monument
    north view
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the North Front of the White House with the Washington Monument behind it. The photograph was taken from across Lafayette Park. At 555 feet tall, the Washington Monument is the tallest building in Washington, D.C. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • White House and Washington Monument
    Unknown
    Washington Monument
    north view
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the North Front of the White House with the Washington Monument behind it. The photograph was taken from across Lafayette Park. At 555 feet tall, the Washington Monument is the tallest building in Washington, D.C. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • White House and Washington Monument
    Unknown
    Washington Monument
    north view
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the North Front of the White House with the Washington Monument behind it. The photograph was taken from across Lafayette Park. At 555 feet tall, the Washington Monument is the tallest building in Washington, D.C. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • White House and Washington Monument
    Unknown
    Washington Monument
    north view
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the North Front of the White House with the Washington Monument behind it. The photograph was taken from across Lafayette Park. At 555 feet tall, the Washington Monument is the tallest building in Washington, D.C. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.