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Toutlemaghreb - Red room white house museum. Furnished in the empire style of 1810 30, the red room one of four state reception rooms in the white house contains several pieces of furniture from the new york workshop of the french born cabinetmaker charles honore lannuier. Red room white house museum. The red room, circa 1873 white house historical association the red room around 1870, with portrait of grant and family, looking northeast new york public library illustration of the red room, circa 1870 frank leslie's illustrated newspaper, march 14, 1885. The red room white house historical association. On march 3, 1877, the red room was the scene for the historic swearing in of president elect rutherford b hayes political tensions ran high after his bitterly contested election over samuel j tilden, so hayes secretly took the oath of office at the white house. Red room white house wikipedia. It was a gift of the white house historical association during the clinton administration, on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the completion of the house red room uses the madisons, lincolns, grants, and kennedys all used the red room as a music room a guitar, piano and music stands were kept in the room. Kn c16087 red room, white house john f kennedy. Description: the red room a portrait of president grover cleveland, painted by eastman johnson in 1891, and one of president abraham lincoln, painted by george p a healy in 1869, hang on the walls white house, washington, d c. 1982 "red room at the white house" ronald reagan library. It must be quite a thrill to receive a christmas card from the president of the united states! for more than a half a century there have been official greeting cards from the white house going out to a select number of people for the holidays. The blue room white house historical association. The blue room with the yellow oval room above and the diplomatic reception room below it, form the most elegant space of james hoban's plans for the white house for the south wall of the blue room, he designed french doors flanked by long windows. Blue room white house wikipedia. The blue room was chosen as the subject of a 1964 print that the kennedys intended to present to white house staff for christmas edward lehman was commissioned to do the painting lehman had also been commissioned to paint the red room and the green room for 1962 and 1963 perspective gift prints. Eleanor roosevelt's white house press conferences dev. "we had it in the red room," eleanor roosevelt told her friend, journalist lorena hickok, after the first white house press conference for women reporters, held on march 6, 1933, a mere two days after fdr's inauguration as president. The white house google arts & culture. The white house is the only private residence of a head of state that is open to the public, free of charge our first president, george washington, selected the site for the white house in 1791 the cornerstone was laid in 1792 and a competition design submitted by irish born architect james hoban was chosen.

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