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  • Oval Office, Biden Administration
    Bruce White
    West Wing
    Oval Office
    This photograph of the Oval Office during the Joseph R. Biden administration was taken on June 9, 2021 by Bruce White. Before 1909, the president's office was located in the Executive Mansion. During the William H. Taft administration, the West Wing doubled in size from the 1902 renovation and included a presidential oval office. In 1934, during the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration, the West Wing was expanded and renovated, with the Oval Office relocated to the West Wing’s southeast corner.
  • West Garden Room, Trump Administration
    Bruce White
    West Garden Room
    West Wing
    The photograph of the West Garden Room was taken by Bruce White on May 24, 2017. The space connects the Executive Residence to the West Colonnade and the Rose Garden. It is filled with greenery and seasonal plants, and the allegorical work "Union" by Italian-born artist Constantino Brumidi hangs on the wall. Brumidi completed "Union" and its companion piece "Liberty" in 1869. President Ulysses S. Grant commissioned the works for display in the renovated Entrance Hall of the White House. Representing the indivisibility of the restored Union after the Civil War, both were mounted on the ceiling after completion. The pieces were removed during the Benjamin Harrison administration and returned to the White House following their rediscovery in 1978.
  • West Wing Reception Room, Biden Administration
    Bruce White
    West Wing
    West Wing Reception Room
    This photograph of the West Wing Reception Room by Bruce White was taken on June 9, 2021 during the Joseph R. Biden administration. The Reception Room is located in the West Wing and serves as a waiting room for visitors to the West Wing Offices. The room is furnished with modern Chippendale-style reproductions, an 18th-century English bookcase containing the published volumes of the Public Papers of the Presidents, and American paintings on the walls.
  • Presidential Seal, Oval Office Ceiling
    Bruce White
    Presidential Seal
    West Wing
    Oval Office
    This is a plaster relief of the Presidential Seal on the ceiling of the Oval Office in the West Wing. The seal was photographed by Bruce White on June 9, 2021 during the Joseph R. Biden administration.
  • Oval Office, Biden Administration
    Bruce White
    West Wing
    Oval Office
    This photograph of the Oval Office during the Joseph R. Biden administration was taken on June 9, 2021 by Bruce White. Before 1909, the president's office was located in the Executive Mansion. During the William H. Taft administration, the West Wing doubled in size from the 1902 renovation and included a presidential oval office. In 1934, during the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration, the West Wing was expanded and renovated, with the Oval Office relocated to the West Wing’s southeast corner.
  • The Queens' Bedroom, Biden Administration
    Bruce White
    Queens' Bedroom
    Second Floor
    This photograph of the Queens's Bedroom was taken by Bruce White on October 10, 2021 during the Joseph R. Biden administration. The room was refurbished during the Donald Trump administration with new fabrics and a floral-bordered carpet. The Queens' Bedroom is named for the royal guests that have stayed there, 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 bed in the center of the room may have been purchased during the Andrew Jackson administration.
  • Stereograph of the State Dining Room
    John Fillis Jarvis
    Underwood & Underwood
    State Floor
    State Dining Room
    This stereograph of the State Dining Room is labeled "State Ding Room in the President's Mansion, Washington, D.C." and was published by John Fillis Jarvis. The table is set with dinner plates from the Rutherford B. Hayes state china service and the Dorflinger glassware, first purchased during the Abraham Lincoln administration, for a formal luncheon on January 6, 1881. The place setting at the lower left is the “raccoon” dinner plate from the Hayes service. The State Dining Room is located on the State Floor of the White House. The room is often the setting for state or official dinners and is the second largest room in the White House.
  • Stereograph of the State Bed-Rooms in the President's Mansion
    John Fillis Jarvis
    Underwood & Underwood
    Second Floor
    President's Dining Room
    This stereograph is labeled "State Bed-Rooms in the President's Mansion, Washington, D.C." and was published by John Fillis Jarvis ca. 1882. The grand "Lincoln" bed visible in this image was placed in the room in 1861 by First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln. Since the John F. Kennedy administration, this room has been known as the President's Dining Room and is the primary dining room for the first family. It is located on the Second Floor of the Executive Mansion in the northwest corner.