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Nixon Family Portrait Taken in the White House Living Quarters

911: President George W. Bush in President's Emergency Operations Center (PEOC), 09/11/2001.

President Richard Nixon Wearing a Traditional Lei Garland during a Stopover in Hawaii en route to China

[Map of part of central Washington D.C. to the east of the White House].

Rough survey map of the White House and grounds, Washington D.C.

North front of the President's house etched by W.I. Stone, Washn

North front of the President's house / etched by W.I Stone, Washn.

The White House, Washington, D.C. Plan and detail of portico

Mary Abigail Fillmore, hostess for President Fillmore at White House

Plan showing proposed method of laying out the public grounds at Washington /

The "White House" view in Washington.

Plat of proposed carriage road and other improvements south of the President's House : agreeably to plan of A.J. Downing for improvement of said roads & grounds

White House (South front, or rear).

President's stables (White House in the background).

White House, S. front

A Presidential reception at the White House, Washington

White House, earliest [sic] known view (made in 1860's)

[White House, East Room]

Indians at White House during the Civil War, Washington, D.C.

White House

Zero Milestone and South Portico of the White House, Washington, D.C

[White House to Harrisons Landing].

White House, East Room

The White House

White House, Potomac

White House interior, Old Green Room (1st interior photo?) President's study

White House to Harrisons Landing

Front of the White House, Washington

White House interior, Old Green Room (1st interior photo?) President's study

[The White House, Washington, D.C.] / photo. by G.D. Wakely ; eng'd by J.C. Buttre N.Y.

White House, earliest sic known view (made in 1860's)

Zero milestone and south portico of the White House, Washington, D.C

White House Landing, Pamunkey River

Temporary bridge across Pamunkey River, Va., near White House Landing

General Stuart's Raid to the White House (from Confederate War Etchings)

White House Landing, Virginia. Michigan & Pennsylvania Relief Association camp

Temporary bridge across Pamunkey River near White House Landing

White House Landing, Pamunkey River

White House Landing, Pamunkey River, Va.

White House Landing, Pamunkey River, Va.

White House Landing, Pamunkey River, Va.

White House Landing, Virginia. Michigan & Pennsylvania Relief Association camp

White House Landing, Pamunkey River

White House Landing, Pamunkey River, Va.

White House Landing, Pamunkey River

White House Landing, Pamunkey River

Saint Peter's Church near White House, Va. Church in which Gen. Washington was married

White House Landing, Pamunkey River, Va.

White House Landing

Sanitary Commission tent, White House Landing, Va.

White House Landing, Pamunkey River

St. Peter's Church near White House, Where Washington was Married. General E. V. Sumner and Staff

White House Landing, Pamunkey River, Va.

Steamship Planter, White House Landing, Pamunkey River

White House Landing, Pamunkey River, Va.

Williamsburg to White House /

White House to Harrisons Landing /

Williamsburg to White House

William B. Franklin to Thomas A. Scott, Friday, January 10, 1862 (Telegram reporting when he will arrive at White House)

Scene of the present terrible conflict in front of Richmond. Positions formerly held by our right wing-Mechanicsville, White House, Meadows Bridge, Gaines' House, Dispatch and Tunstall's Station's-The Pamunkey River still commanded by our gunboats-Fort Darling menaced by the Union fleet-James River our present base of operations, and forming our means of communication for supplies

Joseph C. G. Kennedy to John G. Nicolay, Friday, February 21, 1862 (Tenders his services at the White House)

The grand [Lincoln] presidential party at the White House, Washington, D.C. February 6th [1862]

Williamsburg to White House /

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: William B. Franklin to Thomas A. Scott, Friday, January 10, 1862 (Telegram reporting when he will arrive at White House)

White House to Harrisons Landing /

White House to Harrisons Landing

White House to Harrisons Landing /

Williamsburg to White House /

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 2. General Correspondence. 1858-1864: Joseph C. G. Kennedy to John G. Nicolay, Friday, February 21, 1862 (Tenders his services at the White House)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 2. General Correspondence. 1858-1864: George P. A. Healy to John G Nicolay, Thursday, March 20, 1862 (Presidential portraits for White House)

At the White House, and breaking up the comissariat depot on the Pamunky River - departure of the Union flotilla for the James River

White House Landing, Pamunkey River

Wilson and His First Cabinet

President Wilson and Joseph Tumulty

President Wilson and Joseph Tumulty

Panorama of Washington, [D.C.], 1865 [showing White House & Treasury Building]

President Wilson at His Desk in the White House

President Wilson and Joseph Tumulty

President Wilson at His Desk in the White House

The White House at Washington

Wilson and His First Cabinet

Grand reception of the notabilities of the nation, at the White House 1865

Vinnie Ream at work upon her Lincoln bust which rests upon the stand she used in the White House while President Lincoln posed for her

White-house review

Wilson and His First Cabinet

Panorama of Washington, D.C., 1865 showing White House & Treasury Building

Hvitt hus ved vann

The White House

President Wilson at His Desk in the White House

President Lincoln's funeral--servic[es in t]he White House, April 19, 1865

President Andrew Johnson pardoning Rebels at the White House / sketched by Mr. Stanley Fox. Andrew Johnson's tailor-shop in Greenville, Tennessee / photographed by J.B. Reef.

The White House at Washington

The first reading of the Emancipation Proclamation before the cabinet / painted by F.B. Carpenter ; engraved by A.H. Ritchie.

Washington's reception at the White House, 1776 / Geo Spohni.

Green Room in the White House

President's Library in the White House. Washington. D.C

Green Room, White House, Washington, D.C

New York City - St. John's guild - the ladies of the society, at their Monday evening sewing circle, making garments for the poor. Washington, D.C. - present condition of the Washington Monument, on the baseball ground, near the White House sketched by Frank Schell

[Exterior of the White House, Washington, D.C.] / H.H. Nichols, sc.

Washington, D.C. - present condition of the Washington Monument, on the baseball ground, near the White House / sketched by Frank Schell.