3 edition of The story of the White House and its home life found in the catalog.
The story of the White House and its home life
|Statement||by Wayne Whipple.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 83/6616 (F)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||83238467|
The Story of the White House and its Home Life vintage book Brought to you by White House Coffee an Tea name written on front of cover and inside, and some small amount of staining in book Seller assumes all responsibility for this Rating: % positive. Inside the White HouseInside the White House takes readers into the heart of this beloved symbol of the American presidency, revealing the story of the building itself as well as the fascinating details of the famous and anonymous people who have shaped its more than year history. Authoritative text, colorful anecdotes, and the more than photos in this richly illustrated Brand: National Geographic Society.
The White House is the official residence and workplace of the president of the United is located at Pennsylvania Avenue NW in Washington, D.C., and has been the residence of every U.S. president since John Adams in The term "White House" is often used as a metonym for the president and his s: Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, . Helen Thomas tells her story of nearly 40 years at the White House with a great balance of history, personal experiences, and Thomas is a fine writer who keeps the reader engaged in wanting to learn more about the office of the presidency from a behind the scenes view, the role of the media, the presidents' family life, and Ms. Thomas' own experience in becoming a Washington Cited by: 7.
The White House is full of lots of interesting rooms. A lot of people don't realize that this information is public! Please join me as we take a walk through the different rooms and what they are. From the book The Residence: Inside the Private World of the White House From the Kennedy administration to the present day, touching White House stories .
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It depicts the “home life of its honored occupants” (i.e., the Presidents and their families).Seller Rating: % positive.
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Claire Whitcomb and John Whitcomb provide an updated, 'user friendly' introduction to the occupants of Pennsylvania Avenue--their highs as well as their lows/5(15). Today I will be talking about the White White House is a penthouse that all the presidents live in and have lived in.
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Doug Wead is a New York Times bestselling author who has written more than thirty books. He has served as an adviser to two American presidents, co-authored a book with one of them and served on senior staff at the White House.
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The text describes the White House's transformation from its early beginnings to the landmark we know today. Amid many kid-friendly facts and anecdotes, descriptions of the role of the building as an office, workplace, and home for the First Family are delivered/5(12).
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There are rooms, 35 bathrooms, and 6 levels in the Residence. There are also doors, windows, 28 fireplaces, 8 staircases. The book, by Noel Grove with William B. Bushong and Joel D. Treese, opens the doors to America's most famous home through images, anecdotes and records that describe life within its walls.
The world of the White House is presented by theme, including the building and its architecture; its 18 acres of gardens and grounds; the West Wing; first. White House, formerly Executive Mansion (–), the official office and residence of the president of the United States at Pennsylvania Avenue N.W.
in Washington, D.C. The White House and its landscaped grounds occupy 18 acres ( hectares). Since the administration of George Washington (–97), who occupied presidential residences in New York and Philadelphia, every American. Construction on the White House began in the s. The official home for the U.S.
president was designed by Irish-born architect James Hoban but has evolved with the personal touches of its. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Whipple, Wayne, Story of the White House and its home life.
Boston, Mass., Dwinell-Wright Co., © Truman and Ford, yes, and the first Bush and Reagan, so far as their Based on interviews with White House employees, past and present, this book ranges from the occult matter of W.H./Presidential financing to the personal lives of presidents and their families from FDR to the Clintons/5.
the White House in their struggle for racial and social justice. As the Obama family resides daily in the White House, the narra-tives of these individuals resonate throughout their home. The black history of the White House is rich in heroic sto-ries of men, women, and youth who have struggled to make.
Through moving illustrations, the story of the Table is told from its construction in to its use at the White House by Presidents Ulysses S. Grant to Barack Obama as a Cabinet Room Table, a setting for the signing of important peace treaties, and as a presidential workspace.Teachers Home Lessons and Ideas Books and Authors Paperback Book.
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foreign policy, human rights and social issues such as Dr. Clarence Lusane is an African-American author /5.