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  • Roosevelt Room, Nixon Adminstration
    Larry D. Kinney
    Joseph H. Bailey
    Roosevelt Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of the Roosevelt Room was taken by National Geographic Service photographers in November 1973 during the Richard M. Nixon administration. President Nixon named the room in 1969 after Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt for their contributions to the construction of the West Wing. Artwork and mementos of both presidents are often on display in the room to honor the two men. The Roosevelt Room is a conference room located across the hall from the Oval Office and acts as an all-purpose room for meetings, receptions, and announcements by the presidents and their staff.
  • Roosevelt Room, Nixon Adminstration
    Larry D. Kinney
    Joseph H. Bailey
    Roosevelt Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of the Roosevelt Room was taken by National Geographic Service photographers in November 1973 during the Richard M. Nixon administration. President Nixon named the room in 1969 after Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt for their contributions to the construction of the West Wing. Artwork and mementos of both presidents are often on display in the room to honor the two men. The Roosevelt Room is a conference room located across the hall from the Oval Office and acts as an all-purpose room for meetings, receptions, and announcements by the presidents and their staff.
  • Roosevelt Room, Nixon Adminstration
    Larry D. Kinney
    Joseph H. Bailey
    Roosevelt Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of the Roosevelt Room was taken by National Geographic Service photographers in November 1973 during the Richard M. Nixon administration. President Nixon named the room in 1969 after Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt for their contributions to the construction of the West Wing. Artwork and mementos of both presidents are often on display in the room to honor the two men. The Roosevelt Room is a conference room located across the hall from the Oval Office and acts as an all-purpose room for meetings, receptions, and announcements by the presidents and their staff.
  • Roosevelt Room, Nixon Adminstration
    Larry D. Kinney
    Joseph H. Bailey
    Roosevelt Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of the Roosevelt Room was taken by National Geographic Service photographers in November 1973 during the Richard M. Nixon administration. President Nixon named the room in 1969 after Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt for their contributions to the construction of the West Wing. Artwork and mementos of both presidents are often on display in the room to honor the two men. The Roosevelt Room is a conference room located across the hall from the Oval Office and acts as an all-purpose room for meetings, receptions, and announcements by the presidents and their staff.
  • Roosevelt Room, Nixon Adminstration
    Larry D. Kinney
    Joseph H. Bailey
    Roosevelt Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of the Roosevelt Room was taken by National Geographic Service photographers in November 1973 during the Richard M. Nixon administration. President Nixon named the room in 1969 after Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt for their contributions to the construction of the West Wing. Artwork and mementos of both presidents are often on display in the room to honor the two men. The Roosevelt Room is a conference room located across the hall from the Oval Office and acts as an all-purpose room for meetings, receptions, and announcements by the presidents and their staff.
  • Roosevelt Room, Nixon Adminstration
    Larry D. Kinney
    Joseph H. Bailey
    Roosevelt Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of the Roosevelt Room was taken by National Geographic Service photographers in November 1973 during the Richard M. Nixon administration. President Nixon named the room in 1969 after Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt for their contributions to the construction of the West Wing. Artwork and mementos of both presidents are often on display in the room to honor the two men. The Roosevelt Room is a conference room located across the hall from the Oval Office and acts as an all-purpose room for meetings, receptions, and announcements by the presidents and their staff.
  • Roosevelt Room, Nixon Adminstration
    Larry D. Kinney
    Joseph H. Bailey
    Roosevelt Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of the Roosevelt Room was taken by National Geographic Service photographers in November 1973 during the Richard M. Nixon administration. President Nixon named the room in 1969 after Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt for their contributions to the construction of the West Wing. Artwork and mementos of both presidents are often on display in the room to honor the two men. The Roosevelt Room is a conference room located across the hall from the Oval Office and acts as an all-purpose room for meetings, receptions, and announcements by the presidents and their staff.
  • Roosevelt Room, Nixon Adminstration
    Larry D. Kinney
    Joseph H. Bailey
    Roosevelt Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of the Roosevelt Room was taken by National Geographic Service photographers in November 1973 during the Richard M. Nixon administration. President Nixon named the room in 1969 after Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt for their contributions to the construction of the West Wing. Artwork and mementos of both presidents are often on display in the room to honor the two men. The Roosevelt Room is a conference room located across the hall from the Oval Office and acts as an all-purpose room for meetings, receptions, and announcements by the presidents and their staff.
  • Roosevelt Room, Nixon Adminstration
    Larry D. Kinney
    Joseph H. Bailey
    Roosevelt Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of the Roosevelt Room was taken by National Geographic Service photographers in November 1973 during the Richard M. Nixon administration. President Nixon named the room in 1969 after Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt for their contributions to the construction of the West Wing. Artwork and mementos of both presidents are often on display in the room to honor the two men. The Roosevelt Room is a conference room located across the hall from the Oval Office and acts as an all-purpose room for meetings, receptions, and announcements by the presidents and their staff.
  • Roosevelt Room, Nixon Adminstration
    Larry D. Kinney
    Joseph H. Bailey
    Roosevelt Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of the Roosevelt Room was taken by National Geographic Service photographers in November 1973 during the Richard M. Nixon administration. President Nixon named the room in 1969 after Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt for their contributions to the construction of the West Wing. Artwork and mementos of both presidents are often on display in the room to honor the two men. The Roosevelt Room is a conference room located across the hall from the Oval Office and acts as an all-purpose room for meetings, receptions, and announcements by the presidents and their staff.
  • Roosevelt Room, Nixon Adminstration
    Larry D. Kinney
    Joseph H. Bailey
    Roosevelt Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of the Roosevelt Room was taken by National Geographic Service photographers in November 1973 during the Richard M. Nixon administration. President Nixon named the room in 1969 after Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt for their contributions to the construction of the West Wing. Artwork and mementos of both presidents are often on display in the room to honor the two men. The Roosevelt Room is a conference room located across the hall from the Oval Office and acts as an all-purpose room for meetings, receptions, and announcements by the presidents and their staff.
  • Roosevelt Room, Nixon Adminstration
    Larry D. Kinney
    Joseph H. Bailey
    Roosevelt Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of the Roosevelt Room was taken by National Geographic Service photographers in November 1973 during the Richard M. Nixon administration. President Nixon named the room in 1969 after Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt for their contributions to the construction of the West Wing. Artwork and mementos of both presidents are often on display in the room to honor the two men. The Roosevelt Room is a conference room located across the hall from the Oval Office and acts as an all-purpose room for meetings, receptions, and announcements by the presidents and their staff.
  • Roosevelt Room, Nixon Adminstration
    Larry D. Kinney
    Joseph H. Bailey
    Roosevelt Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of the Roosevelt Room was taken by National Geographic Service photographers in November 1973 during the Richard M. Nixon administration. President Nixon named the room in 1969 after Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt for their contributions to the construction of the West Wing. Artwork and mementos of both presidents are often on display in the room to honor the two men. The Roosevelt Room is a conference room located across the hall from the Oval Office and acts as an all-purpose room for meetings, receptions, and announcements by the presidents and their staff.
  • Roosevelt Room, Nixon Adminstration
    Larry D. Kinney
    Joseph H. Bailey
    Roosevelt Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of the Roosevelt Room was taken by National Geographic Service photographers in November 1973 during the Richard M. Nixon administration. President Nixon named the room in 1969 after Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt for their contributions to the construction of the West Wing. Artwork and mementos of both presidents are often on display in the room to honor the two men. The Roosevelt Room is a conference room located across the hall from the Oval Office and acts as an all-purpose room for meetings, receptions, and announcements by the presidents and their staff.
  • Roosevelt Room, Nixon Adminstration
    Larry D. Kinney
    Joseph H. Bailey
    Roosevelt Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of the Roosevelt Room was taken by National Geographic Service photographers in November 1973 during the Richard M. Nixon administration. President Nixon named the room in 1969 after Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt for their contributions to the construction of the West Wing. Artwork and mementos of both presidents are often on display in the room to honor the two men. The Roosevelt Room is a conference room located across the hall from the Oval Office and acts as an all-purpose room for meetings, receptions, and announcements by the presidents and their staff.