2 edition of White house history found in the catalog.
White house history
|Contributions||White House Historical Association.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 2009/40705 (F)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||439 p. :|
|Number of Pages||439|
|LC Control Number||2008927043|
The White House: An Illustrated Architectural History by Patrick Phillips-Schrock, McFarland & Co., , during Madison's tenure: "As magnificent as the setting of the new Oval Room may have been, it was far from perfect. The dimly lit room smelled of the burning oil from the encircling lamps/5. With this release, we celebrate the fiftieth issue of White House History Quarterly by debuting a new design and the new and recurring theme of Presidential Sites. With the idea that the White House is the consummate presidential site, our milestone issue number 50 is entirely devoted to articles on presidential sites, great and small.5/5(1).
Illustrated with more than five hundred exquisite photographs, most of which have never been viewed by the public before, the page book is the first documented and published history of fifty years and nine different administrations beginning in the early s with First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, who initiated formal Christmas themes at the White House/5(32). The White House Library is on the Ground Floor of the White House, the official home of the President of the United room is approximately 27 by 23 feet ( by m) and is in the northeast of the ground floor. The Library is used for teas and meetings hosted by the President and First Lady.
Learn more about tours of the White House! Anyone visiting DC can experience the history and art of the White House in person after submitting a tour request through one’s Member of Congress. About the Show. The White House is one of America’s most iconic buildings; it is a symbol of shared national history and is home to the most powerful person on Earth.
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White House Confidential: The Little Book of Weird Presidential History Paperback – J by Austin Hill (Author), Gregg Stebben (Author) out of 5 stars 86 ratings. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from /5(86). The White House Historical Association published its first book, The White House: An Historic Guide, in It was the wish of First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy that such a book be written, and she participated actively in the editing.
Now in its 24th edition, it has sold more than million copies to date. White Houses, by seeing the Roosevelt era through the most unlikely of outsiders-turned-insider, brings a hidden chapter of East Wing history to life.” — The Boston Globe “A remarkably intimate and yet informative novel of the secret, scandalous love of Eleanor Roosevelt and her longtime friend and companion Lorena Hickok, who relates the tale in her own, quite wonderful voice.” —Joyce Carol Oates/5().
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History of The White House: An American Treasure For almost years, the White House has stood as a symbol of the Presidency, the United States government, and the American people. White House History Shop The Formerly Enslaved Household of the Grant Family Women are often overlooked in history for their role in the institution of slavery.
Welcome to the White House. Go behind the scenes to get a degree view of America's most famous president’s residence, from how it was built in and the fire ofto today's state dinners, celebrations, celebrity pets, and more/5(24).
White House History Quarterly is pleased to accept advertising from related organizations, including educational and scholarly publishers, and museums and historical societies More Information and Rates. Our most comprehensive reference on the architectural history of the White House, this edition has been updated to include the Trump Administration.
Although built in the experimental years of the new nation and altered over its year history, the White House remains the natural symbol of the American presidency and perhaps the best-known /5. A revelatory history written with riveting DC insider detail, White House Warriors traces the path that has led us to an era of American aggression abroad, debilitating fights within the government, and whispers about a deep state conspiring against the public/5(16).
At various times in history, the White House has been known as the “President’s Palace,” the “President’s House,” and the “Executive Mansion.” President Theodore Roosevelt officially gave the White.
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She certainly was a role model for trailblazing women not /5.The White House Historical Association today announced the release of a new publication, The White House Easter Egg Roll: A History for All Ages. This colorfully illustrated history of the White House Easter Egg Roll tells the story of the annual event through the evolution of the historic grounds and gardens in the president's backyard.Sincethe celebrated spaces and rich history of the President's House have been portrayed in this continually updated guidebook.
This edition celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the book's release with a new design, updated text, and new photography. The State Floor, Ground Floor, Second Floor, and West Wing are presented with richly.