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  • Queens' Bedroom, Kennedy Administration
    George F. Mobley
    Bates Littlehales
    Queen's Bedroom
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the Queens' Bedroom, called the Rose Guest Room during the John F. Kennedy administration, was taken in April 1962. The Queens' Bedroom is named for the royal guests that have stayed there in the White House, including five queens: Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, Queen Wilhelmina and Queen Juliana of the Netherlands, and Queen Frederika of Greece. The room is decorated in shades of pink, white, and rose and furniture from the Federal period. The bed in the center of the room may have been purchased during the Andrew Jackson administration.
  • Sideboard in the President's Dining Room
    George F. Mobley
    President's Dining Room
    silver
    table
    Second Floor
    This photograph is of a sideboard in the President's Dining Room decorated with pieces of silver. The mahogany sideboard is believed to be the work of cabinetmaker John Shaw of Annapolis, Maryland. Behind the sideboard is a scene from the panoramic wallpaper entitled "Views of the American War of Independence" by Jean Zuber et Cie which features events from the American Revolution against the backdrop of natural landmarks. George F. Mobley took this photograph in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Sideboard in the President's Dining Room
    George F. Mobley
    President's Dining Room
    silver
    table
    Second Floor
    This photograph is of a sideboard in the President's Dining Room decorated with pieces of silver. The mahogany sideboard is believed to be the work of cabinetmaker John Shaw of Annapolis, Maryland. Behind the sideboard is a scene from the panoramic wallpaper entitled "Views of the American War of Independence" by Jean Zuber et Cie which features events from the American Revolution against the backdrop of natural landmarks. George F. Mobley took this photograph in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Red Room, Kennedy Administration
    George F. Mobley
    Red Room
    State Floor
    This photograph is of the Red Room as it was during the John F. Kennedy administration in April 1962. The walls are decorated with several paintings including portraits of President Woodrow Wilson, Alexander Hamilton, and the landscape, Cannonading on the Potomac, October, 1861. The Red Room is located on the State Floor of the Executive Mansion. The room was first decorated with red fabrics during the Polk administration in 1845. The space is often filled with furnishings in the American “Empire” or “Grecian” style. The parlor has been used for intimate receptions, teas, and meetings.
  • Sideboard in the President's Dining Room
    George F. Mobley
    President's Dining Room
    silver
    table
    Second Floor
    This photograph is of a sideboard in the President's Dining Room decorated with pieces of silver. The mahogany sideboard is believed to be the work of cabinetmaker John Shaw of Annapolis, Maryland. Behind the sideboard is a scene from the panoramic wallpaper entitled "Views of the American War of Independence" by Jean Zuber et Cie which features events from the American Revolution against the backdrop of natural landmarks. George F. Mobley took this photograph in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Sideboard in the President's Dining Room
    George F. Mobley
    Bates Littlehales
    table
    silver
    President's Dining Room
    Second Floor
    This photograph is of a sideboard in the President's Dining Room decorated with pieces of silver. The mahogany sideboard is believed to be the work of cabinetmaker John Shaw of Annapolis, Maryland. Behind the sideboard is a scene from the panoramic wallpaper entitled "Views of the American War of Independence" by Jean Zuber et Cie which features events from the American Revolution against the backdrop of natural landmarks. This photograph was taken in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Family Dining Room, Kennedy Administration
    Bates Littlehales
    George F. Mobley
    Family Dining Room
    This photograph of the Old Family Dining Room was taken in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration. From around 1825 to 1962, presidents and their families traditionally dined in the Old Family Dining Room. In 1962 with the addition of a new private family dining room on the Second Floor of the White House, the room was repurposed for small official dinners, working lunches, and also serves as a staging area for state dinners. Located on the State Floor of the White House, the room features architectural details such as elegant plaster work and vaulted ceilings.
  • Family Dining Room, Kennedy Administration
    Bates Littlehales
    George F. Mobley
    Family Dining Room
    This photograph of the Old Family Dining Room was taken in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration. From around 1825 to 1962, presidents and their families traditionally dined in the Old Family Dining Room. In 1962 with the addition of a new private family dining room on the Second Floor of the White House, the room was repurposed for small official dinners, working lunches, and also serves as a staging area for state dinners. Located on the State Floor of the White House, the room features architectural details such as elegant plaster work and vaulted ceilings.
  • President's Dining Room, Kennedy Administration
    George F. Mobley
    President's Dining Room
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the President's Dining Room was taken by George F. Mobley in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration. The table is set with china from the Benjamin Harrison service with bread plates from the Franklin D. Roosevelt service. The room is furnished with American Federal style furniture donated to the White House Collection in 1961 and 1962. The President’s Dining Room is located on the Second Floor of the White House. Originally a bedroom, the space was converted to a private dining room, where the first family usually gathers for breakfast and lunch. The room also features a panoramic wallpaper entitled "Views of the American War of Independence" by Jean Zuber et Cie which features events from the American Revolution against the backdrop of natural landmarks.
  • Sideboard in the President's Dining Room
    George F. Mobley
    President's Dining Room
    Second Floor
    This photograph is of a sideboard in the President's Dining Room decorated with pieces of silver. The mahogany sideboard has an inlaid eagle and belonged to Daniel Webster. Behind the sideboard is a scene from the panoramic wallpaper entitled "Views of the American War of Independence" by Jean Zuber et Cie which features events from the American Revolution against the backdrop of natural landmarks. George F. Mobley took this photograph in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Sideboard in the President's Dining Room
    George F. Mobley
    President's Dining Room
    Second Floor
    This photograph is of a sideboard in the President's Dining Room decorated with pieces of silver. The mahogany sideboard has an inlaid eagle and belonged to Daniel Webster. Behind the sideboard is a scene from the panoramic wallpaper entitled "Views of the American War of Independence" by Jean Zuber et Cie which features events from the American Revolution against the backdrop of natural landmarks. George F. Mobley took this photograph in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Sideboard in the President's Dining Room
    George F. Mobley
    President's Dining Room
    Second Floor
    This photograph is of a sideboard in the President's Dining Room decorated with pieces of silver. The mahogany sideboard is believed to be the work of cabinetmaker John Shaw of Annapolis, Maryland. Behind the sideboard is a scene from the panoramic wallpaper entitled "Views of the American War of Independence" by Jean Zuber et Cie which features events from the American Revolution against the backdrop of natural landmarks. George F. Mobley took this photograph in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Sideboard in the President's Dining Room
    George F. Mobley
    President's Dining Room
    Second Floor
    This photograph is of a sideboard in the President's Dining Room decorated with pieces of silver. The mahogany sideboard has an inlaid eagle and belonged to Daniel Webster. Behind the sideboard is a scene from the panoramic wallpaper entitled "Views of the American War of Independence" by Jean Zuber et Cie which features events from the American Revolution against the backdrop of natural landmarks. George F. Mobley took this photograph in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Sideboard in the President's Dining Room
    George F. Mobley
    President's Dining Room
    Second Floor
    This photograph is of a sideboard in the President's Dining Room decorated with pieces of silver. The mahogany sideboard is believed to be the work of cabinetmaker John Shaw of Annapolis, Maryland. Behind the sideboard is a scene from the panoramic wallpaper entitled "Views of the American War of Independence" by Jean Zuber et Cie which features events from the American Revolution against the backdrop of natural landmarks. George F. Mobley took this photograph in April 1962, during the John F. Kennedy administration.